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Panthers Rout Dolphins, 45-21, on Monday Night
Cam Newton threw for 254 yards and four touchdowns -- and he ran for 95 more yards -- as the Carolina Panthers routed the Miami Dolphins, 45-21, in Charlotte on Monday night.
Seahawks Win, 22-16, But Lose Richard Sherman to Injury
Russell Wilson threw for 238 yards and two touchdown passes -- both to Jimmy Graham -- and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals, 22-16, on Thursday.
The Cowboys & Redskins Both Need a Win — NFL Week 8 Preview
Intra-divisional rivalries highlight Week 8 of the 2017 NFL season. Here's a preview of the week's most interesting games:
Raiders Beat Chiefs on Final Play, 31-30
Derek Carr threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree and the Raiders upset the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-30, in Oakland on Thursday.
A Super Bowl 51 Rematch in Prime Time — NFL Week 7 Preview
A Super Bowl rematch between the Patriots and the Falcons highlights the Week 7 NFL schedule. Here's a preview of this week's most interesting games.
Aaron Rodgers May Be Done for 2017 — What We Learned in NFL Week 6
Key injuries and shocking upsets punctuated Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season. Here's a recap of the week's most interesting games:
Tom Brady Leads Patriots Past Buccaneers, 19-14
Tom Brady threw for 303 yards and a touchdown, and New England beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 19-14, in Florida on Thursday night.
Packers Rout Bears, 35-14, on Thursday Night
Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes and the Green Bay Packers routed the Chicago Bears, 35-14, on Thursday night in Wisconsin.
The Falcons Crushed the Packers Again — NFL Week 2 Recap
Atlanta’s win over Green Bay highlighted an active Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season. Here’s a recap of the week's action:
Texans Edge Bengals, 13-9, on Thursday Night
Deshaun Watson scrambled 49 yards for the game’s only touchdown, and the Houston Texans beat the Bengals, 13-9, in Cincinnati on Thursday night.