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NFL Week 9 results: scores, standings, match summary and highlights

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Week 9 of the 2020 NFL season has concluded and its time to take a look back at the scores and highlights of the matches and standings of all teams.

Coming from a loss last week, Packers upped themselves to a superb 34-17 win over 49ers. Aaron Rodgers went 25/31 along with covering 305 passing yards and 4 touchdown passes, with Marquez Valdes-Scantling receiving two of them.

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Texans registered their 2nd win with a 27-25 edge out of Jaguars, who had QB Jake Luton making his NFL debut. With 281 passing and 50 rushing yards, Deshaun Watson made two touchdown passes, including one for Will Fuller who covered 100 receiving yards.

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212 passing yards covering Daniel Jones led Giants to a 23-20 win over Washington, with Wayne Gallman clocking 68 rushing yards along with a touchdown.

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Ravens overpowered Colts 24-10 as Lamar Jackson stole the show, going 19/13 along with 170 passing yards, 58 rushing yards and a touchdown. RB Gus Edwards put up one more touchdown as well.

Dalvin Cook covered a staggering 206 rushing yards along with two touchdowns as Vikings defeated Lions 34-20. Kirk Cousins went 13/20 with 220 touchdown yards and three passes.

After two straight losses, Titans picked up their sixth victory this season with a 24-17 win over Bears. One touchdown came from the team’s new cornerback Desmond King, while Ryan Tannehill went 10/21 with 158 passing yards and two touchdown passes, including one for A.J. Brown.

A close call between Chiefs and Panthers ended in a 33-31 win for the defending champions. Patrick Mahomes continues to be remarkable, going 30/45 and 372 passing yards, as well as four touchdown passes, becoming the fastest QB in NFL history to reach 100 touchdown passes in just 40 games.

Josh Allen rushed for a touchdown as well as covering 415 passing yards and three touchdown passes as Bills picked up a 44-3 win over Seahawks.

Falcons defeated Broncos 34-27 as Matt Ryan went 25/35 with 284 yards and three touchdown passes, while Todd Gurley rushed for one touchdown, marking his ninth this season

Raiders upset Chargers 31-26 as Derek Carr went 13/23 with two touchdown passes for Darren Waller and Nelson Agholor, while Devonte Booker and Joshua Jacobs rushed for one touchdown each.

Tua Tagovailoa etched the path to a 34-31 victory for Dolphins against Cardinals, going 20/28 and clocking 284 passing yards with two touchdown passes. Jordan Howard rushed for one touchdown.

The undefeated Steelers lengthened their winning streak now to eight victories with a 24-19 win over Cowboys. Ben Roethlisberger Went 29/42 with 306 passing yards and three touchdown passes, one of which went for JuJu Smith-Schuster.

it was an utter disappointment for Bucs as Saints outright dominated them 38-3. Drew Brees covered 222 passing yards with four touchdown passes including one for Emmanuel Sanders, while Alvin Kamara rushed for one touchdown.

The misery of Jets continues with their 9th straight loss as Patriots picked up a 30-27 victory. Cam Newton became the star of the match, going 27/35 with 274 passing yards as well as two rushing touchdowns.

NFL Week 9 results and brief scorecard:

Thursday, 5th November

49ers 17 – 34 Packers

Sunday, 8th November

Jaguars 25 – 27 Texans

Washington 20 – 23 Giants

Colts 10 – 24 Ravens

Vikings 34 – 20 Lions

Titans 24 – 17 Bears

Chiefs 33 – 31 Panthers

Bills 44 – 34 Seahawks

Falcons 34 – 27 Broncos

Chargers 26 – 31 Raiders

Cardinals 31 – 34 Dolphins

Cowboys 19 – 24 Steelers

Buccaneers 3 – 38 Saints

Monday, 9th November

Jets 27 – 30 Patriots

NFL Week 9 standings:


1) Bills (7-2)

2) Dolphins (5-3)

3) Patriots (3-5)

4) Jets (0-9)


1) Steelers (8-0)

2) Ravens (6-2) 

3) Browns (5-3)

4) Bengals (2-5)


1) Titans (6-2)

2) Colts (5-3)

3) Texans (2-6)

4) Jaguars (1-7)


1) Chiefs (8-1)

2) Raiders (5-3)

3) Broncos (3-5)

4) Chargers (2-6)


1) Eagles (3-4-1)

2) Washington (2-6)

3) Cowboys (2-7)

4) Giants (2-7)


1) Packers (6-2)

2) Bears (5-4)

3) Vikings (3-5)

4) Lions (3-5)


1) Saints (6-2)

2) Buccaneers (6-3)

3) Falcons (3-6)

4) Panthers (3-6)


1) Seahawks (6-2)

2) Cardinals (5-3)

3) Rams (5-3)

4) 49ers (4-5)

Week 10 of the ongoing NFL season kicks off on Thursday, 12th November.

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Saikat Banerjee
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A wordsmith who indulges in the world of combat sports, Saikat is an MMA, boxing, and arm wrestling content writer at The MMA India Show and The Sports Room. Apart from combat sports, he also engages in Indian sports content at The Sports India Show. Currently pursuing an MBA from Jadavpur University, Saikat's other interests lie in motorcycling, working out, and travelling.


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