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By Paul Higham and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Dallas dominate

    The Dallas Cowboys saw off the Philadelphia Eagles 37-10 in the final game to lead the NFC East.

    Dallas kicker Brett Maher became the first player in NFL history to convert three field goals of 60 or more yards when he booted a 63-yarder at the end of the first half.

    Ezekiel Elliott (21) of the Dallas Cowboys carries the ball against Rodney McLeod (23) of the Philadelphia Eagles
    Image caption: Ezekiel Elliott (21) of the Dallas Cowboys carries the ball against Rodney McLeod (23) of the Philadelphia Eagles
  2. Still unbeaten?

    San Francsico 49ers

    And then there were two.

    The San Francisco 49ers join the New England Patriots on a 6-0 record after a muddy and wet win in Washington.

    With Sunday night's late game to come - Dallas Cowboys v Philadelphia Eagles (01:20 BST) - here's a round up of the weekend's action.

  3. Sunday scores

    Here’s all your results for Sunday..

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 30-23 Houston Texans

    FT: Buffalo Bills 31-21 Miami Dolphins

    FT: Detroit Lions 30-42 Minnesota Vikings

    FT: Green Bay Packers 42-24 Oakland Raiders

    FT: Atlanta Falcons 10-37 LA Rams

    FT: Cincinnati Bengals 17-27 Jacksonville Jaguars

    FT: Washington Redskins 0-9 San Francisco 49ers

    FT: New York Giants 21-27 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Tennessee Titans 23-20 LA Chargers

    FT: Chicago Bears 25-36 New Orleans Saints

    FT: Seattle Seahawks 16-30 Baltimore Ravens

    FT: Dallas Cowboys 37-10 Philadelphia Eagles

  4. Late games round-up

    Vonn Bell

    The New Orleans Saints continue to power on without Drew Brees as back-up QB Teddy Bridgewater steered them to an impressive 36-25 victory at the Chicago Bears.

    Bridgewater threw two touchdowns and Latavius Murray ran for two as the Saints built a 26-point lead before the Bears grabbed a couple of garbage time scores, but it was an emphatic way for the Saints to move to 6-1 for the season.

    Lamar Jackson showed his immense talent as he led the Baltimore Ravens to a surprisingly dominant 30-16 victory at the Seattle Seahawks, with the quarterback doing all the damage with his running power – rushing for 118 yards and a touchdown.

    Two defensive touchdowns did the rest for the Ravens, with new signing Marcus Peters grabbing Russell Wilson’s first interception of the season and running it back for a touchdown on his debut. Baltimore now join Seattle on a 5-2 record.

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    The Los Angeles Chargers somehow managed to lose 23-20 at the Tennessee Titans despite being just inches from the end zone right at the death in Nashville, with Melvin Gordon fumbling the ball right on the line to hand the win to the hosts.

    Gordon had only just had a one-yard touchdown plunge ruled out on review, while Austin Ekeler also had a late score ruled out and the Chargers couldn’t punch it in from three tries at the one-yard line as they tumbled to 2-5 for the season.

    LA CHargers
  5. Early games round-up

    Detroit Lions

    Marvin Jones caught four touchdown passes for the second time in his career but it was still not enough for the Detroit Lions as they lost 42-30 against the Minnesota Vikings, who made it three wins on the spin after a four touchdown day from Kirk Cousins.

    The Buffalo Bills almost suffered a shock home loss against the winless Miami Dolphins before two second half turnovers and an onside kick return touchdown from their defence gave them a 31-21 victory after trailing at the half.

    The Indianapolis Colts were meant to be in big trouble after losing Andrew Luck, but QB Jacoby Brissett and their defence continues to shine as they beat the Houston Texans 30-23. Brissett threw a career-best four touchdowns and Indy intercepted Texans QB Deshaun Watson late on to seal the victory.

    Chase Edmonds ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns as he overshadowed rookie quarterbacks Kyler Murray and Daniel Jones as the Arizona Cardinals beat the New York Giants 27-21. It’s the first time in four years Arizona have won three games in a row.

    The Cincinnati Bengals showed why they haven’t won a game this season as they hit the self-destruct button in their 27-17 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Andy Dalton threw three interceptions, including a pick six to Yannick Ngakoue.

  6. Best of the early games


    The San Francisco 49ers moved to a perfect 6-0 in one of the ugliest wins you’ll see all season as they emerged from a sodden Washington with a 9-0 win over the Redskins thanks to three field goals.

    With both teams forced to run for the majority of the game the clock kept ticking and they got through the game in just two hours and 36 minutes – the quickest game in a decade. It wasn’t pretty, but at 6-0 the Niners don’t care one bit.

    Aaron Rodgers had one of the best games of his career as the Green Bay Packers out-gunned the Oakland Raiders 42-24, with the two-time MVP throwing five touchdowns and running one in himself as he scored a perfect passer rating, however that’s worked out, of 158.3 in the rout.

    At 6-1 the Packers are right up with the favourites in the NFC, where the LA Rams recovered from three straight defeats to beat the floundering Atlanta Falcons 37-10 to get back ahead on 4-3 for the season.

    Returning to the same stadium where they lost the Super Bowl back in February, the Rams banished those bad memories with a dominant display ahead of their trip to London next Sunday. Things could get worse for Atlanta after Matt Ryan limped out of the game injured.

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  7. Full-time

    FT: Chicago Bears 25-36 New Orleans Saints

    There we go. The Saints go to 6-1, which they would have snapped your hand off for when Drew Brees got injured!

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  8. Post update

    Chicago Bears 25-36 New Orleans Saints

    It's a Saints ball after all that.

  9. Post update

    Ben Braunecker, who recovered that onside kick, had stepped out of bounds so I don't think this is going to count.

  10. Post update

    Chicago Bears 25-36 New Orleans Saints

    No team had made an onside kick work all season before this game. The Bears have just picked up the ball for a second time in this last minute or so!

    48 seconds on the clock.

  11. Touchdown!

    Chicago Bears 25-36 New Orleans Saints

    The Bears get another one at the end of play, Javon Wims taking it in for a TD. More worryingly for the Saints is an injury to Eli Apple. He slid as he tracked his runner and he hasn't got up yet.

    The extra point is good. Apple is helped into the locker room.

  12. Post update

    Chicago Bears 18-36 New Orleans Saints

    Still we play in Chicago. The Bears are going to go 3-3.

  13. All action Jackson

    Seattle Seahawks 16-30 Baltimore Ravens

    Don't know what game Lamar Jackson is playing, but it's a different level to the rest of the NFL....

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  14. Dream debut

    Seattle Seahawks 16-30 Baltimore Ravens

    How about Russell Wilson's first interception of the season going for six. And how about Marcus Peters grabbing that pick six on his debut! He only signed for Baltimore on Tuesday.

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  15. Post update

    Chicago Bears 18-36 New Orleans Saints

    Hang on, the Bears have recovered the onside kick after a mistake from the Saints.

    2:31 left on the clock.

  16. Post update

    Chicago Bears 18-36 New Orleans Saints

    And the Bears do get a consolation. Allen Robinson gets himself free and he's found nicely. They go for two - and get it!

  17. Post update

    Chicago Bears 10-36 New Orleans Saints

    Soldier Field is pretty empty now as the Bears put together a drive. Mitch Trubisky throws it out the back of the end zone...

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    Dan Nixon: The 49ers have to be considered genuine candidates this season. 6-0, great defence, good running game, can win well, can win ugly & have golden Jimmy G. If they can maintain their good form & results over the next 6 games they will be feared by everyone

  19. Post update

    Chicago Bears 10-36 New Orleans Saints

    A reminder that Chicago were 10-9 UP at one point.

  20. Post update

    Chicago Bears 10-36 New Orleans Saints

    Boos ring out in Chicago again, this is a hammering now. Latavius Murray drives through a gap right down the middle to score.

    Teddy Bridgewater is going to go 5-0.