Week 9 of the NFL season has arrived.
Several teams shuffled their rosters during a turbulent trade deadline in 2022. The Chicago Bears traded linebacker Roquan Smith and acquired receiver Chase Claypool. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins added EDGE Bradley Chubb to solidify their defensive front.
Week 9 featured several matchups with midseason divisional implications. The New York Jets pulled off a home upset against the Buffalo Bills. Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinals couldn’t contain the Seattle Seahawks.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans take center stage Sunday night. The Chiefs are the home favorites with 12 points, according to Tipico Sportsbook.
On Monday, the Baltimore Ravens look to extend their two-game winning streak against the New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome.
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Here’s a look at all the Week 9 action around the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles 29, Houston Texans 17
Briefly: The Eagles improved to 8-0 on Thursday night. Quarterback Jalen Hurts completed 21 of 27 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. He connected with tight end Dallas Goedert for a 4-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter. Texans rookie running back Dameon Pierce continued to impress despite the loss with 139 rushing yards.
A strong point to know: Texans rookie tight end Teagan Quitoriano had a 2-yard touchdown in the first quarter. It was his first catch in his NFL debut.
Next : The Eagles will face the Washington Commanders next Monday night. The Texans stay home to host the New York Giants at NRG Stadium.
New England Patriots 26, Indianapolis Colts 3
Briefly: A dominating New England Patriots defense recorded nine sacks on Indianapolis Colts quarterback Sam Ehlinger in a solid performance. Although the Patriots offense had its fair share of struggles, New England was able to produce more than enough to overtake Indianapolis.
A strong point to know: Jonathan Jones blocked a punt that was returned for a Patriots touchdown with 6:58 left in the second quarter.
Next : The Patriots are on a bye week, while the Colts travel to face the Las Vegas Raiders.
New York Jets 20, Buffalo Bills 17
Briefly: Coach Robert Saleh and the New York Jets stunned the NFL with a huge upset victory, upsetting the AFC East standings. The Jets’ victory ends a five-game winning streak for Buffalo, which has failed to muster much offense on the road.
A strong point to know: Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner intercepted Bills quarterback Josh Allen with 5:38 left in the third quarter and Buffalo leading 14-10. The Jets scored on the ensuing possession and the Bills never regained the lead.
Next : The Jets are on the bye week, while the Bills host the Minnesota Vikings.
Detroit Lions 15, Green Bay Packers 9
Briefly: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers recorded just a 53.3 quarterback rating amid three interceptions in a demoralizing NFC North loss. Meanwhile, Lions quarterback Jared Goff threw for a pair of touchdowns.
A strong point to know: Rodgers threw a costly interception with 9:23 left in the third quarter.
Next : Lions hit the road to face Chicago Bears, while Packers host Dallas Cowboys
Los Angeles Chargers 20, Atlanta Falcons 17
Briefly: In a closely contested game, quarterback Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers outlasted the Atlanta Falcons in a road clash. Herbert went 30 on 43 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown, as well as an interception.
A strong point to know: Chargers kicker Cameron Dicker, who signed with the team a few days earlier, threw the game-winning field goal 37 yards when time expired.
Next : The Chargers hit the road to face the San Francisco 49ers, while the Falcons visit the Carolina Panthers.
Cincinnati Bengals 42, Carolina Panthers 21
Briefly: Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon scored five all-around touchdowns as his team’s defense shut out the Carolina Panthers in the first half en route to victory.
A strong point to know: Mixon’s 12-yard touchdown from Burrow put the Bengals up 35-0 at halftime.
Next : The Bengals have a bye week, while the Panthers host the Atlanta Falcons.
Minnesota Vikings 20, Washington Commanders 17
Briefly: The Minnesota Vikings staged a second-half comeback to claim the victory. Quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for 265 yards and a pair of touchdowns, including one to Justin Jefferson. Washington’s COs, meanwhile, couldn’t do much offensively in the fourth quarter.
A strong point to know: Commanders quarterback Taylor Heinecke was intercepted by Harrison Smith with 7:56 left in the game, setting Minnesota up for the win.
Next : The Vikings travel to face the Buffalo Bills, while the Commanders hit the road for a game against the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles.
Jacksonville Jaguars 27, Las Vegas Raiders 20
Briefly: A disappointing season for the Las Vegas Raiders continued as the Jacksonville Jaguars snapped a five-game losing streak with a Week 9 win. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence completed 25 of 31 assists that day, while the Raiders rushed for just 76 yards.
A strong point to know: Raiders tight end Foster Moreau missed a catch with 25 seconds left in the game, ending any chance Las Vegas had on a late comeback attempt.
Next : The Jaguars hit the road to face the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Raiders host the Indianapolis Colts.
Miami Dolphins 35, Chicago Bears 32
Briefly: The Miami Dolphins outlasted the Chicago Bears in a barnburner game that featured two explosive offenses. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns, while Bears QB Justin Fields had four total scores in the loss.
A strong point to know: Newly acquired running back Jeff Wilson Jr. caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Tagovailoa with 6:02 left in the third quarter.
Next: Dolphins host Cleveland Browns, Bears stay at home to face Detroit Lions
Seattle Seahawks 31, Arizona Cardinals 21
Briefly: The Seattle Seahawks firmly established themselves as the pace leaders in the NFC West with a decisive win over the Arizona Cardinals. Quarterback Geno Smith threw for a pair of touchdowns, and rookie running back Kenneth Walker III rushed for two scores.
A strong point to know: Walker made a five-yard touchdown run with 2:14 left in the game to freeze the game in Seattle’s favor.
Next: The Seahawks travel to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Cardinals hit the road for a game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16, Los Angeles Rams 13
Briefly: Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers down the field in the dying seconds to defeat the Los Angeles Rams in a largely defense-driven game. Only two touchdowns were scored in the game.
A strong point to know: Brady found rookie tight end Cade Otton for a 1-yard touchdown with just 9 seconds left in the game.
Next: The Buccaneers stay home to face the Seattle Seahawks, while the Rams host the Arizona Cardinals.
Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs
To start up: 8:20 p.m. ET
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What there is to know: The Chiefs host the Titans at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. Both teams are at the top of their respective standings. It will be a clash of offensive styles as the Titans look to control the clock with running back Derrick Henry. The All-Pro rushed for 219 yards and two touchdowns last week. The Chiefs’ powerhouse offense has scored 40 or more points three times this season.
Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints
To start up: 8:15 p.m. ET
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What there is to know: The Ravens have a tough challenge Monday night against the Saints. Baltimore could be without notable tight end Mark Andrews and running back Gus Edwards. Both are listed as questionable on the injury report. The Saints look to continue their defensive success on Monday. They shut out the Las Vegas Raiders last week.