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By Ben Collins and Paul Higham

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  1. Field goal

    Packers 21-10 Vikings

    The Minnesota Vikings have to settle for a 31-yard field goal by Dan Bailey.

  2. Wonder Witten

    Redskins 7-14 Cowboys

    Jason Witten has back-to-back touchdowns after coming out of retirement and the TV commentary booth to suit up for the Dallas Cowboys again. The future Hall of Fame tight end is chasing down Dez Bryant's all-time touchdown record of 73 - Witten's now on 70 so should break that mark this season.

    Jason Witten
  3. Touchdown chalked off

    Packers 21-7 Vikings

    Chad Beebe makes a 61-yard run for the Vikings. That's livened things up in Green Bay.

    He's hauled down three yards short of the Packers' end zone before Stefon Diggs takes the catch for a TD...or not.

    It's chalked off for offensive pass interference by Diggs' team-mate Dalvin Cook.

  4. Veteran Vinatieri struggling

    Titans 7-13 Colts

    Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri has just missed his sixth kick in his last three games. He's now 46, a legend of the game, four-time Super Bowl winner and record points scorer in NFL history, but kicking is a brutal position in the league and he won't last much longer if he keeps this up.

    Adam Vinatieri
  5. Is Brady the best?

    Dolphins 0-13 Patriots

    It's often said that Tom Brady is so good because he makes other players better - as he's thrown to so many receivers over the years. In fact, Antonio Brown is the 72nd different receiver to catch a Brady TD pass, an all-time record and incredible stat.

    Let us know if you think Brady is the best using #bbcnfl on Twitter.

    Tom Brady
  6. Stalemate

    Packers 21-7 Vikings

    We've reached a bit of a stalemate in Green Bay. They've had to punt on each of the last four drives.


    Dolphins 0-13 Patriots

    Brady to Brown - we'll hear that plenty this season! Antonio Brown gets his first touchdown as a New England Patriot, and it certainly won't be his last! This could be one of the most devastating combinations in the league this season - watch out NFL defences...

    Antonio Brown
  8. Post update

    Packers 21-7 Vikings

    After scoring a TD earlier, Geronimo Allison fumbles to hand the ball back to the Vikings, but they're unable to make him pay and have to punt back to the Packers.

  9. Injury update - David Johnson

    Ravens 10-3 Cardinals

    Big blow for the Arizona Cardinals with running back David Johnson out with a wrist injury, and questionable to return. He missed almost all of the 2017 season with a wrist injury so this will be worrying news for the Cards - and his many fantasy football owners!


    Packers 21-7 Vikings

    Game over in Green Bay? Don't bet on it.

    Two plays after the Packers' third TD, Dalvin Cook streaks through the middle and completes a 75-yard run to bring the Vikings back into it.

  11. Big moment for Peterson

    Redskins 7-0 Cowboys

    Veteran Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson's touchdown has not only put them ahead, but it means he goes above the legendary Jim Brown on the all-time rushing touchdown list. He's now fifth on 107 rushing scores.

    Adrian Peterson

    Packers 21-0 Vikings

    Right at the start of the second quarter, the Packers take advantage of that turnover as Aaron Rodgers sends Aaron Jones over with a two-yard pass.

    Aaron Jones

    Titans 7-7 Colts

    Big man scores touchdown alert! Touchdown trickery from Tennessee as offensive tackle David Quessenberry sneaks through the line, as much as you can sneak as a six-foot-five, 310lbs guard, to catch the touchdown pass from Marcus Mariota.

  14. End of first quarter

    Tennessee Titans 0-7 Indianapolis Colts

    Detroit Lions 6-7 Los Angeles Chargers

    Houston Texans 3-0 Jacksonville Jaguars

    Miami Dolphins 0-7 New England Patriots

    Baltimore Ravens 7-3 Arizona Cardinals

    Washington Redskins 0-0 Dallas Cowboys

    Green Bay Packers 14-0 Minnesota Vikings

    Pittsburgh Steelers 0-0 Seattle Seahawks

    New York Giants 7-7 Buffalo Bills

    Cincinnati Bengals 7-14 San Francisco 49ers

  15. Struggling so far

    Redskins 0-0 Cowboys

    Not great in this NFC East clash so far as the drive chart reads punt - punt - punt - interception. The Redskins though are getting close on the back of veteran RB Adrian Peterson.

  16. Turnover

    Packers 14-0 Vikings

    The Packers are flying here. Kirk Cousins fumbles after being sacked by Kenny Clark and it's recovered by Green Bay's Dean Lowry. They're just 33 yards from the Vikings endzone.

    Kirk Cousins