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NFL: The Buccaneers beat the Bills 33-27 in overtime

NFL: The Buccaneers beat the Bills 33-27 in overtime

Tom Brady became the most transient quarterback in NFL history and hit the 700th touchdown hill in a 33-27 overtime win for the Tampa Buccaneers over the Buffalo Bills, on Sunday.

Brady threw for 363 yards, with two touchdown passes, plus a lead scoring himself. Now in his 22nd season, scoring seven Super Bowls in the process, he now leads Drew Bryce in completed assists with 7,143 and sits atop that stat.

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Losing their 21-point lead in the first inning, the Buccaneers (10-3) found a way to win their fourth consecutive game and are in good shape to claim their first National League Southern Division title since 2007.

Brady, who used to beat Buffalo, won 17 American League Championships for the Eastern Conference while he was a member of the New England Patriots. He improved his record to 33-3 as a starting player against the Bills.

Brady broke Bryce’s record for most passes completed late in the second quarter. He made 31 of 46 passes, none of which were intercepted.

Josh Allen got off to a rough start, but eventually got 308 yards and threw twice. He made a name for himself in running, scoring 109 yards and leading. Allen became the fourth player to accumulate 300 yard passing and 100 yard rushing in a single game.

Despite their 4-1 start, the Bells (7-6) don’t look like a team that just won their first title since 1995 and who had the longest run in the playoffs for 27 years. They dropped the flag against the Kansas City Chiefs in a NBA game last January.

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The Bills have been 3-5 in their last eight games and have suffered consecutive losses for the first time this season. They have reduced their chances of making the playoffs, with only four weeks remaining on the regular NFL league schedule.

Kittle and Aiyuk introduce each other to Bengals

George Keitel was amazing and Brandon Ayok finished in overtime with a 26-23 win for the San Francisco 49ers over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The tight end came in with no less than 13 catches for 151 yards and scored a lead.

The Niners were in control of 20-6 early in the fourth quarter, but the Bengals landed me helping Cincinnati equalize. Ja’Marr Chase’s second touchdown made the match 20-20 with less than two minutes remaining.

49ers 26 – Bengals 23 (lengthening)

San Francisco took the lead on the field, thanks in part to a stunning capture from Kettle, and Robbie Gold ran 47 yards for the win. But his kick on the right side failed to send both teams into overtime.

After the Bengals’ placement, the 49ers had to score at least three points. Jimmy Garoppolo joined Aiyuk who crossed the goal line by diving for a stunning touchdown and handing victory to his team.

Herbert cuts the defense of the giants

Justin Herbert made sure to cut through the New York Giants’ defense in a 37-21 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

The quarterback threw three touchdown passes when he spotted Galen Gayton, Josh Palmer and Jared Cook in the top teams. He has been denied the services of Kenan Allen who is on the COVID-19 list. Herbet finished the game with 275 yards.

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Austin Eckler scored a quick touchdown and finished the game with 67 yards. He crossed the end zone by six points in a fifth straight game.

The Giants tried to come back late in the game, especially with a pass from Mike Glennon to Saquon Barkley for a touchdown. Daniel Jones wasn’t eccentric, bothered by a neck injury.

The victory allows the Chargers to stay close to the Kansas City Chiefs who lead the US Western Division with a 9-4 record compared to 8-5 in Los Angeles.

The Broncos do what was expected of them

The Denver Broncos paid tribute to the late Demarius Thomas, and they honored him with a nearly flawless performance in a 38-10 win over the Detroit Lions.

Supporters of Jafonte Williams and Melvin Gordon each scored two goals. In defense, Dre’Mont Jones gave a dominant performance, including Kisan against Jared Goff.

Touching tribute to Demarius Thomas

Plusieurs joueurs de Broncos se sont présentés au stade avec des chandails portant le numéro 88 de Tomas, et le botteur Brandon McManus avait enfilé des souliers à crampons à l’effigie de l’ex-receveuré de édé édée 33 years.

Once on the field, Broncos (7-6) sent only ten players in honor of the deceased. Lions (1-11-1) refused the respect penalty.

The Broncos then scored up front as Williams drove five yards into the finish zone with safe backs Dean Marlowe and Galen Elliott at the back.

Gordon followed him on a one-yard run to make the score 14-0.

The lions are still approaching. First on a touchdown pass from Gauff to Califf Raymond, then on a 36-yard field goal from Riley Patterson. In the first half, the Broncos led 17-10.

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However, things went off the rails, when a turn allowed the Broncos to recover the ball at the Lions’ 30 line and five games later Williams got a touchdown pass ten yards away. Another commander of Gordon and a final landing signed Albert Okwijpunam completed the massacre.