An NFL roundup: James Cook and the Bills triumph over the Cowboys

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During the game that took place on Sunday at Orchard Park, New York, the Buffalo Bills defeated the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 31-10. James Cook rushed for a career-high 179 yards and scored two touchdowns, which contributed to the victory.

On the first play of the second quarter, Cook caught a touchdown throw from Josh Allen that went for 18 yards, and on the first play of the fourth quarter, he ran for a score that went for 24 yards. The running back, who was in his second year, also established new career highs in the number of carries (25) and scrimmage yards (221).
Not only did Allen throw for 94 yards, but he also rushed for another touchdown, setting a new record for the most touchdowns scored in a single season in the National Football League.

By holding the Cowboys’ top-ranked scoring offense to only 195 total yards and 14 first downs, the Bills (8-6) were able to accomplish their goal of winning their second consecutive game. Dak Prescott of Dallas threw for only 134 yards and an interception, while CeeDee Lamb of Dallas scored a touchdown on the ground by rushing for three yards.
Prior to the game, the Cowboys (10-4) had already secured a spot in the postseason for the third consecutive season at this point. The Atlanta Falcons were defeated by the Carolina Panthers by a score of 9-7, while the Green Bay Packers were defeated by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a score of 34-20 earlier on Sunday. Both of these teams were eliminated from contention.
Isaiah Likely was the recipient of a touchdown pass from Lamar Jackson, and Baltimore secured a position in the AFC playoffs with a victory over Jacksonville, both of whom were playing at home.

In addition, Gus Edwards scored a touchdown on the ground for Baltimore (11-3), which has won four consecutive games and eight of its last nine consecutive games. Jackson rushed for 97 yards and completed 14 of 24 passes for 171 yards and an interception. He also completed 14 of 24 passes for 171 yards. Additionally, Justin Tucker kicked three field goals for the Ravens, and he probably caught five catches for a total of seventy yards.

An NFL roundup: James Cook and the Bills triumph over the Cowboys

Although he completed 25 of 43 passes for 264 yards and one touchdown for the Jaguars, Trevor Lawrence also lost two fumbles during his time with the Falcons. A touchdown throw was caught by Jamal Agnew for Jacksonville (8-6), who suffered its third consecutive loss and entered a tie for the lead in the AFC South with the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans.
In Nashville, Ka’imi Fairbairn kicked a field goal from 54 yards out with the clock ticking down to the end of overtime, which allowed Houston to defeat Tennessee.

The field goal that Fairbairn made was the fourth one that he had of the game. C.J. Stroud, the quarterback for the Houston Texans, continued to be evaluated for a concussion after suffering an injury during the team’s loss to the New York Jets by a score of 30-6. Case Keenum was selected as the starting quarterback instead of Davis Mills. In addition to a score that tied the game and an interception, Keenum completed 23 of 36 passes for 229 yards and a touchdown.
For the Texans (8-6), Devin Singletary rushed for 121 yards when he carried the ball 26 times, while Noah Brown grabbed eight catches for 82 yards and a score that tied the game with 3 minutes and three seconds remaining. During the Titans’ five-game winning streak, Will Levis completed 17 of 26 passes for 199 yards. The Titans had won two of their previous three games.
At Miami Gardens, Florida, Raheem Mostert raced for two touchdowns, which allowed him to establish a new franchise single-season record for total touchdowns. Miami was able to completely destroy New York.

Bradley Chubb had a field day and tied his career best of three sacks, in addition to two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery, as the Dolphins, who are currently currently in first place in the AFC East with a record of 10-4, won for the fourth time in the last five games. Tua Tagovailoa was successful in scoring one touchdown and completing 21 of 24 throws for 224 yards. In the absence of Tyreek Hill, who was suffering from an ankle injury, Jaylen Waddle took up the starting job and finished with eight receptions and 142 yards, which was a season-high.
Despite the fact that quarterback Zach Wilson left the game with a concussion late in the second quarter, the Jets (5-9) were defeated for the sixth time in seven games because of the loss. Four of his eleven throws were completed for a total of 26 yards, and he was sacked four times.

Score: 9 Panthers, 7 Falcons

Carolina was able to turn their lone lead of the game into a victory over Atlanta at Charlotte, North Carolina, despite the rain that was falling at the time. Eddy Pineiro kicked a field goal from 23 yards out as time expired.

The Falcons (6-8) were knocked out of a share of first place in the NFC South by the game-winning drive, which traveled 90 yards on 17 plays and consumed the final 7 minutes and 35 seconds of the game. As Carolina (2-12) won for the first time under interim coach Chris Tabor, quarterback Bryce Young completed 18 of 24 passes for 157 yards (157 yards per completion).

Desmond Ridder, the quarterback for the Falcons, completed 12 of 20 passes for 152 yards and scored a touchdown prior to making a costly interception in the fourth quarter. Only 204 yards of total offense were produced by Atlanta.

Score: Browns 20, Bears 17

In order to lead Cleveland to victory over Chicago, Joe Flacco overcame three interceptions to lead a comeback in the fourth quarter, and Dustin Hopkins kicked the game-winning field goal from fourteen yards out for the home team.

An NFL roundup: James Cook and the Bills triumph over the Cowboys

After the day was over, Flacco finished with a passing performance of 28 for 44 for 372 yards and two touchdowns for the Browns (9-5), who have won five of their last seven games. In addition to Amari Cooper’s four receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown, David Njoku grabbed ten passes for 104 yards and a touchdown.

A strong defensive effort by Chicago (5-9), which included 2.5 sacks by Montez Sweat and an interception return for a touchdown by Terrel Edmunds, was overcome by the Browns. A touchdown was scored by Terrel Edmunds. It is no longer possible for the Bears to qualify for the playoffs.

34 for the Buccaneers and 20 for the Packers

Tampa Bay was able to pull away from Green Bay, which was hosting the game, because to Baker Mayfield’s completion of 22 of 28 passes for 381 yards and four touchdowns.

At the end of the game, Chris Godwin led the Buccaneers (7-7) with a combined total of 155 yards and 10 receptions. Mayfield concluded the season with season highs in passing yards and touchdowns, and he finished with one touchdown reception each from Mike Evans, Rachaad White, Ko Kieft, and David Moore.

The Green Bay Packers (6-8) had a quarterback named Jordan Love who completed 29 of 39 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns. Jayden Reed and Tucker Kraft each made a touchdown catch for their respective teams.

Score: Saints 24, Giants 6 During the victory over New York, Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes, and the Host New Orleans defense did not allow any touchdowns to be scored against them.

Carr was successful in completing 23 of 28 throws for a total of 218 yards and connected with ten different receivers, including three different targets, for receiving touchdowns. During the Saints’ 7-7 season, Alvin Kamara contributed 66 yards on the ground and 44 yards receiving on five receptions during the game.

As New York (5-9) saw its three-game winning streak come to an end, rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito of the Giants completed 20 of 34 passes for 177 yards. DeVito left the game briefly to be tested for a concussion before returning to the field.

27, Patriots 17, Chiefs Chiefs

Kansas City defeated New England in Foxborough, Massachusetts, thanks to two touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes and a string of twenty points scored in a row by the Kansas City Chiefs.

With Mahomes completing 27 of 37 throws for 305 yards and being picked off twice, the Chiefs (9-5) were able to stop a two-game losing streak that had been relatively short. The nine receptions that Rashee Rice made resulted in 91 yards and a touchdown for him. At the end of the game, Clyde Edwards-Helaire finished with a total of 101 yards of offense (37 rushing, 64 receiving), as well as a touchdown reception. Additionally, running back Jerick McKinnon accomplished a touchdown reception and a touchdown throw.

During the Patriots’ 3-11 season, Bailey Zappe completed 23 of 31 passes for 180 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. This marks the first time since the year 2000 that the Patriots had suffered 11 separate losses in a single season.

49ers won 45, Cardinals won 29

At Glendale, Arizona, San Francisco was victorious over Arizona thanks to the four touchdown passes thrown by Brock Purdy. Two of those touchdown passes were completed to Christian McCaffrey and Deebo Samuel.

As a result of Purdy’s completion of 16 of 25 passes for 242 yards, the Niners (11-3) maintained their position as the top team in the National Football Conference standings and secured the Western division championship. Additionally, McCaffrey finished with 187 total yards and scored a touchdown on a run of one yard. Through 18 carries, he gained 115 yards on the ground, and he also made five catches for 72 yards.

James Conner, who was playing for the Cardinals (3-11), rushed for 86 yards and scored a touchdown. The Cardinals had just returned from a week off. A touchdown pass of eight yards was completed to Elijah Higgins by Kyler Murray in the last minute of the game. Murray completed 26 of 39 passes for 211 yards. In total, Murray was eliminated twice.

An NFL roundup: James Cook and the Bills triumph over the Cowboys

28 for the Rams and 20 for the Commanders

With the help of two touchdown passes from Matthew Stafford and one touchdown run by Kyren Williams, Los Angeles was able to hold off Washington at Inglewood, California, and move into the final playoff slot in the National Football Conference.

While Stafford completed 25 of 33 passes for 258 yards, Williams ran for 152 yards on 27 tries, representing his seventh game of the year in which he rushed for 100 yards or more. Los Angeles improved their record to 7-7 by easily outgaining Washington by a score of 445-297.

Following a bye week in Week 14, the Commanders (4-10) appeared to be quite similar to the team that has gone on to suffer ten defeats in its most recent twelve games. The majority of the day, Washington was unable to move the ball in a consistent manner, and they only managed to earn seven first downs for three quarters and more.

In one of the more physical games of the season, the Bills and Cowboys are trading personal fouls. They are not trading touchdowns.

The Bills dominated the first half, taking a 21-3 lead into the locker room at halftime.

Of the Bills’ 210 yards, 146 have come on the ground. James Cook has 15 carries for 104 yards, Ty Johnson four for 25 and Josh Allen five for 15. The Cowboys had not allowed a 100-yard rusher all season.

Allen has passed for only 73 yards, completing 5 of 11 passes. He threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Cook, who also is the team’s leading receiver with 42 yards on two catches.

Latavius Murray ran for a 2-yard score, and Allen had a 1-yard quarterback sneak for a touchdown.

On the Bills’ 11-play, 76-yard scoring drive that ended with Allen’s quarterback sneak, Stefon Diggs fumbled on a hit by Stephon Gilmore that Dallas safety Donovan Wilson recovered. Officials missed it. The Bills got to the line quickly, before the Cowboys could see a replay to challenge it.

The Cowboys have only 89 yards, and MVP candidate Dak Prescott is only 6-of-13 for 43 yards. Tony Pollard has run for 33 yards on seven carries, and CeeDee Lamb has three catches for 33 yards.

Cowboys right guard Zack Martin (quad), linebacker Damone Clark and Wilson left the game with injuries with Clark returning just before the half.


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