Week 14 of NFL The season continued Sunday with a slew of highly anticipated matches around the league, and Los Angeles Chargers Take down the Miami Dolphin At SoFi Stadium to close out today’s event.
Earlier, height Detroit Lions hit the Minnesota Vikings Facing the NFC North, the Philadelphia Eagles Guidance New York Giants In the playoff between the playoff hopefuls, W.L.L Buffalo bills coarse even New York Jets.
In the afternoon window, a file appears Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers It fell on Brooke Purdy-Drove San Francisco 49ers In double digits, and Carolina Panthers put a dent in Seattle SeahawksQualifying hopes.
Here are the top plays from Sunday’s slate!
Finding the rhythm
After the Dolphins went three-and-out on their opening drive, the Chargers went straight to work moving down the field.
The Chargers weren’t able to capitalize on the momentum, however, and turned it around after a big pit stop in Miami. Just like that, things remained scoreless midway through the first quarter.
More of the same
The dolphins continued to put pressure on her Justin Herbert and Co. where the first frame ended.
Los Angeles is moving forward
The Chargers found their footing in the second quarter, thanks in large part to a 10-yard score from Mike Williams making it a 10-0 match.
The Dolphins responded with a touchdown of their own—in a roundabout way. running back Jeff Wilson Jr The ball fumbled near midfield, the star receiver Terek Hill I caught it and took it 57 yards home for the score.
As such, it was a three-point game, 10-7, halfway through the second quarter.
Back and forth
Los Angeles has a big lead on fourth and goal, eg Austin Eckler He came up with a 1-yard touchdown run with seconds to spare before the break to extend the Chargers’ lead to 17-7.
Herbert was on fire in the first half, going 24-for-29 for 222 yards in the air and 1 score.
As if one monster touchdown wasn’t enough, he came up with another in the second half. Toa Tagovailoa Connected with Hill for a 60-yard touchdown pass to keep things close, 17-14, in the third quarter.
However, Miami did not score another touchdown after that. The Chargers added two more field goals to seal the win, 23-17.
The third-string QB got it done with his legs in his first start, running into the end zone to give the Niners a 14-0 lead.
Rookie QB completed a tight layup Christian McCaffrey His 23-yard touchdown pass put San Francisco up 21-0 in the second quarter.
Misfortune struck the Niners when a star was out of reach Debo Samuel He suffered an apparent ankle injury late in the first half and had to be taken off the field. No longer.
Eyes on the prize
Brandon Ayuk It was adjusted to make the catch of a pass under the thrower put the Niners up 28-0 going into halftime.
then, McCaffrey scored againHowever, it ended up being easy on a 38-yard touchdown run that sealed San Francisco’s win.
Travis Kelsey He hit a milestone Sunday by becoming the fourth tight end to reach 10,000 yards.
We secretly objected
After going down 27-0, the Broncos scored 21 straight points in the second half, including a 67-yard run from Marlon Mac.
We make it happen
Mahomes ran all over the pocket before he found it Jojo Smith Schuster to help Kansas City go up 34-21 late in the third quarter and finally seal the Chiefs win.
Cheetah reception Chee Smith He caught his first career touchdown, which put the Panthers up 10 points early.
The Seahawks finally got on the board when Tyler Lockett He kept his feet on the inside to make it 17-7.
Terrace Marshall Jr He made one of the wildest catches of the season by securing a deep grab with his legs! The capture resulted in significant gains and a much-needed reinforcement for the Panthers, as Carolina went on to win on the road.
Jameson Williams It was the first reception of books. The rookie receiver, who made his debut last week, opened wide to be caught for 41 yards.
Making it a miss!
Dalvin Cook He made a nice run to get into the end zone and tie the game up for the Vikings.
One score game
Fake big time!
The Lions were daring and not only did they fake a 4th and 7th place bet, they did it deep in their own territory. The decision paid off as the play ran for 42 yards and the drive ended in a touchdown, good for a 21-7 lead.
Next, the Lions increase an offensive tackle Penny Sewell as a receiver to catch a key first down on third down and 7, helping seal the win.
Eagles turn back Miles Sanders He capped off his team’s dominant 14-yard opening drive.
Peace be upon you, Mary!
An awkward punt by the Giants gave the Eagles great field position before the break, and AJ Brown He made a 33-yard touchdown reception to put Philly ahead 21-0.
Sanders calls the game
The Eagles’ running back star capped off the win with a dominant 41-yard drive to put Philly ahead 27 points.
A + concentration
Texas reception Chris Moore He hit an incredibly extended, down-to-earth hit that helped Houston take a three-point lead at halftime.
Making great plays
Cowboy star corner Trevon Diggs I left the game in the second quarter and not long after that, Amari Rodgers He scored his first career touchdown on a 28-yard reception to give Houston the lead, 17-14.
Duck Prescott They were picked off while throwing from his own end zone to give Texas gold field spot a potentially two-and-out touchdown. However, the Texans were unable to capitalize, as the Cowboys got Fourth big stop.
Cowboys take the lead!
Dallas capped off a 98-yard drive in the final minutes with Ezekiel Elliot Run to avoid being disturbed.
The Bengals pulled the trick to perfection as Burrow connected with a wide hole Trenton Irwin To put Sensei up 20-3 early in the second half.
give a hand!
The whole day!
Steelers QB Kenny Beckett I entered concussion protocol early in Sunday’s game. to support Mitch Trubisky Check in, call card 44 yards to George Pickens Before Nagy Harris I bombed at a 1-yard score to keep things close.
Soon after, the Ravens backup QB Tyler Huntley – Who was injured Lamar Jackson – He got out of the game after being hit in the head, which led to a concussion. In the end, however, Baltimore held on for the win.
Narrow end billing Dawson Knox He started scoring on this after fumbled in the end zone to put Buffalo up 7-0.
In the second inning, the Jets ran back Zonovan Knight Found the end zone in a strong rush to even score.
What can’t he do?
Josh Allen He used his legs to get into the end zone and gave the Bills the lead again.
Then, Bills LB Matt Milano The Jets knocked out the QB briefly Mike White Out of the game with a A blow to the rib cage area. White was able to get back into the game, but his return wasn’t enough to spark a comeback, and the Jets came up short.
Then, Henry ran for a 50-yard gain, which put Tennessee up for a second offense, good for an early 14-7 lead.
Jokes are widespread Jones costume Somehow he got on his second foot to complete the touchdown catch to give Jacksonville a 20-14 lead before halftime.
mr do it all
Trevor Lawrence A heavily armed Titans defender in the backfield before entering the end zone to extend the Jaguars’ lead, 27-14, en route to a double-digit victory on Sunday.
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