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Live Reporting

Ben Collins and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Two roll on

    New England Patriots

    After a thrilling Sunday the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers remain unbeaten in the NFL.

    Read all of the scores and reports below!

  2. Final scores

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    Video caption: Watch highlights as the LA Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 24-10 in the NFL at Wembley

    FT: New Orleans Saints 31-9 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 15-13 Denver Broncos

    FT: Chicago Bears 16-17 LA Chargers

    FT: Buffalo Bills 13-31 Philadelphia Eagles

    FT: Jacksonville Jaguars 29-15 New York Jets

    FT: LA Rams 24-10 Cincinnati Bengals

    FT: Detroit Lions 31-26 New York Giants

    FT: Tennessee Titans 27-23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    FT: Atlanta Falcons 20-27 Seattle Seahawks

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 51-13 Carolina Panthers

    FT: New England Patriots 27-13 Cleveland Browns

    FT: Houston Texans 27-24 Oakland Raiders

    FT: Green Bay 31-24 Kansas City

  3. Late games round-up

    49ers win

    The San Francisco 49ers scored seven touchdowns as they racked up their most points in a game since 1993.

    Tevin Coleman rushed for three TD's and added a fourth on a 10-yard reception as the 49ers beat the Carolina Panthers 51-13 to go 7-0.

    Coming off a 9-0 shut-out of the Washington Redskins, the San Francisco defence sacked Panthers quarterback Kyle Allen seven times and forced three interceptions to inflict his first defeat since replacing the injured Cam Newton.

    The New England Patriots defence shone in a rainy Foxborough to beat the Cleveland Browns 27-13 and give coach Bill Belichick his 300th career win.

    Collecting turnovers on three consecutive plays in the first quarter, the Patriots (8-0) turned them into 14 points and managed to stay comfortably clear of Cleveland, who slipped to 2-5.

    Deshaun Watson engineered two fourth-quarter touchdown drives as the Houston Texans fought back for a 27-24 win at home to the Oakland Raiders. Watson passed for 279 yards and three touchdowns, including two for tight end Darren Fells in the last period.

  4. Best of the early games

    Adam Vinatieri

    Adam Vinatieri kicked a 51-yard field goal with 22 seconds left to give the Indianapolis Colts a 15-13 home win over the Denver Broncos.

    The 46-year-old kicker, who made a game-winning kick in two of his four Super Bowl triumphs with the Patriots, atoned for two earlier misses to lift the Colts to 5-2.

    Eddy Pineiro landed a game-winning kick for the Chicago Bears in week two but there was no repeat as the Bears lost 17-16 to the LA Chargers.

    Pineiro had already missed one field goal before sending a 41-yard effort wide as time expired in Chicago, with the Chargers going 3-5 and the Bears suffering a third straight loss.

  5. Early games round-up

    Drew Brees

    Drew Brees made a trouble-free return from injury as the New Orleans Saints romped to a 31-9 win over the Arizona Cardinals.

    Quarterback Brees, who had missed five games after suffering a torn thumb ligament in week two, threw for three touchdowns and 373 yards as the Saints improved to 7-1.

    Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said he is evaluating the status of head coach Dan Quinn after they dropped to 1-7 with a 27-20 home defeat by the Seattle Seahawks.

    The Seahawks, who improved to 6-2, led 24-0 in the second quarter before the Falcons fought back to give Seattle a late scare.

    Kenny Golladay scored two touchdowns as the Detroit Lions snapped a three-game losing streak with a 31-26 home win against the New York Giants, who have now lost their last four.

    The Philadelphia Eagles won 31-13 at the Buffalo Bills for their first win in three while the Tennessee Titans held on for a 27-23 victory at home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the New York Jets 29-15.

  6. Rams win at Wembley

    Los Angeles Rams 24-10 Cincinnati Bengals

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    The Cincinnati Bengals remain winless as they continued their awful NFL season with a 24-10 defeat by the LA Rams in front of 83,720 at Wembley.

    After two games at Tottenham Hotspur's new home, Wembley staged the first of its two matches this season with the Rams comfortable winners.

    After Josh Reynolds scored the first touchdown of the evening, Joe Mixon ran in to briefly have the Bengals level, but Cooper Kupp and Todd Gurley scored in the second half. Kupp finished the game with 220 receiving yards from just seven carries.

  7. Still to come

    Kansas City Chiefs v Green Bay Packers (00:20 GMT)

    A humdinger in the midwest.

    The Chiefs are 5-2, the Packers 6-1.

  8. Full-time

    FT: New England Patriots 27-13 Cleveland Browns

    All over - the Patriots have won their last 10 home games...

  9. Post update

    New England Patriots 27-13 Cleveland Browns

    We're still playing in awful weather up in Massachusetts. Just over a minute of game time left.

  10. Full-time

    FT: Houston Texans 27-24 Oakland Raiders

    Houston go 5-3 after that, a cracking win!

    Just check it out from Deshaun Watson...

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  11. Post update

    The Red Zone show has just named this as play of the day. Double reverse flea-flicker? Yes please.

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    Video caption: Kupp scores 65-yard touchdown
  12. Post update

    New England Patriots 27-13 Cleveland Browns

    The Browns kick a field goal. 2:33 on the clock.

  13. Post update

    Houston Texans 27-24 Oakland Raiders

    Deshaun Watson is back out throwing for the Texans by the way. Great to see.

  14. Post update

    New England Patriots 27-10 Cleveland Browns

    Inside the last four in Foxborough - Odell Beckham makes a great grab but the Patriots look like joining the Niners in the 100% win club.

  15. Post update

    Houston Texans 27-24 Oakland Raiders

    So tight, so close. 5:55 on the clock, Oakland ball.

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  16. BreakingFull-time

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 51-13 Carolina Panthers

    A statement win. The 49ers are 7-0 for only the second time in their history as they score the most points in a game since 1993!

  17. Ouch!

    Houston Texans 27-24 Oakland Raiders

    Deshaun Watson leaves the field under his own steam as Houston kick the extras.

  18. Post update

    Houston Texans 26-24 Oakland Raiders

    Watson is being treated, with the stadium silent. He got a stud in the face, purely accidentally. His helmet is off, let's hope he's ok.

  19. Wow Watson!

    Houston Texans 26-24 Oakland Raiders

    How?! Deshaun Watson looks like he's sacked, he somehow twists out of contact, is kicked in the face accidentally and still somehow throws a TD pass to Darren Fells!

    That is amazing play from the Texans QB. He threw that with one eye closed!