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Wes Welker and the Broncos opened things up in the second half against the Eagles.
The Denver Broncos scored more points than anytime in their 54-year history Sunday when they posted 52 on the hapless defense of the Philadelphia Eagles. Denver has the best chance of going 16-0 after blowing out the Birds 52-20. Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs continued their dominance of the NFC East by defeating the NY Giants 31-7. The Seattle Seahawks rallied from a 20-3 deficit to outlast the Houston Texans in overtime 23-20. In Atlanta, the New England Patriots scored 17 fourth quarter points to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 30-23.
Bills 23- Ravens 20 - E.J. Manuel didn’t set the world on fire, but he was nowhere as bad as Joe Flacco who threw five picks. Flacco will definitely come under fire after becoming the NFL’s newest $20 million man.
Cardinals 13 – Buccaneers 10 - Josh Freeman will either be released or traded soon, which means Greg Schiano is stuck with Mike Glennon.
Vikings 34 – Steelers 27 - Greg Jennings scored two touchdowns and Adrian Peterson rushed for two more in the Vikings victory over the Steelers in London. Ben Roethlisberger passed for nearly 400 yards, but it wasn’t enough for the 0-4 Steelers.
Chiefs 31 – Giants 7 - The Giants have been outscored 69-7 in the last two weeks. The Chiefs doubled their 2012 win total. The Giants return home next week against the Eagles.
Colts 37 – Jaguars 3 - The Colts spotted the Jags three points before going on a 37-0 run.
Seahawks 23 – Texans 20 - Two failed efforts to score in overtime and an unnecessary roughness penalty ended a frustrating day for the Texans. The Seahawks are 4-0 for the first time in their history.
Browns 17 – Bengals 6 - Just one week ago we were ready to anoint the Bengals and bury the Browns, now they’re both 2-2.
Lions 40 – Bears 32 - Reggie Bush accounted for 173 yards of the Lions offense. Jay Cutler had four turnovers for the Bears.
Titans 38 – Jets 13 - Quarterback Jake Locker was carted off the field with a hip injury after throwing a career-high three touchdowns.
Washington 24 – Raiders 14 - Washington’s defense came to life as they won their first game of the season. The Raiders, already without Terrelle Pryor, lost running backs Darren McFadden and Marcel Reese during the game.
Broncos 52 – Eagles 20 - Denver scored at least seven points in every quarter. Peyton Manning — who has thrown an NFL-record 16 TDs in September – was 28-34 for 327 yards and threw 4 touchdowns.
Chargers 30 – Cowboys 21 - The Bolts scored the game’s final 20 points as Phillip Rivers passed for 401 yards and 3 touchdowns. A potential game winning drive by the Cowboys rally was thwarted when Terrence Williams fumbled a pass from Tony Romo at the Chargers 1-yard line.
Patriots 30 – Falcons 23 - Tom Brady and Matt Ryan combined for 737 yards passing as the Patriots remained undefeated and dropped the Falcons to a surprising 1-3. Atlanta — who was without running back Steven Jackson — could only produce 58 rushing yards.
Tonight: Dolphins (3-0) at Saints (3-0) 8:30pm