Tom Brady threw a pair of touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to inspire the New England Patriots to a 30-23 victory over the New York Jets which takes them to 6-0 at the top of the AFC East.
The Jets held a 20-16 advantage with 13 minutes remaining but Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski took catches from Brady to score and stretch New England’s lead over their divisional rivals to two games.
The Jets recovered the onside kick with 15 seconds left after Nick Folk kicked a 55-yard field goal on first down but they ran out of time as Brady’s final-quarter show – 13-of-16 for 135 yards – proved the difference.
The Miami Dolphins raced into a 41-0 half-time lead before holding off a spirited fightback from the Houston Texans to record a 44-26 success.
Ryan Tannehill completed 18 of 19 passes for 282 yards, with all four Miami touchdowns coming before the break as the Texans were blown away.
The Dolphins had lost their previous seven games against Houston but were celebrating back-to-back victories under interim head coach Dan Campbell at full-time.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 25, 2015
Like Miami, the New Orleans Saints were fast starters as they built up a 27-0 lead over the Indianapolis Colts, who lost for the second week in a row despite pulling the score back to 27-21 late on.
Allen Hurns’ touchdown with 2:25 to go snatched a thrilling 34-31 triumph for the Jacksonville Jaguars over the Buffalo Bills as they won their first game at Wembley at the third attempt.
The Kansas City Chiefs ended a five-game losing run by beating the injury-hit Pittsburgh Steelers 23-13 on a day to remember for Charcandrick West, who scored his first career touchdown and rushed for 110 yards.
The Atlanta Falcons returned to winning ways after suffering their first loss of the season by edging the Tennessee Titans 10-7 to move to 6-1 in the NFC South, Matt Ryan throwing for 251 yards including a touchdown pass.
The Washington Redskins completed the biggest comeback in their history with just 24 seconds left to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-30.
Kirk Cousins was the hero for the Redskins after throwing three second-half touchdown passes to help turn a 24-0 deficit into a famous win.
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) October 26, 2015
Rookie Todd Gurley scored his first two career touchdowns and rushed for 128 yards as the St Louis Rams eased past the Cleveland Browns 24-6.
Teddy Bridgewater threw for a season-high 316 yards to lead the Minnesota Vikings to a 28-19 success against the Detroit Lions, their first NFC North win on the road in three years.
In the late games, Giants coach Tom Coughlin reached 100 wins as New York beat the Dallas Cowboys 27-20.
Dwayne Harris’ 100-yard kick-off return touchdown in the fourth quarter gave the Giants a fourth victory in five games.
And that was enough to leave them top of the NFC East as the Philadelphia Eagles were beaten 24-16 by the still perfect Carolina Panthers.
Cam Newton threw for 197 yards and one touchdown and scored himself off a two-yard rush to take the Panthers’ record to 6-0.
Derek Carr threw for three touchdowns as the Oakland Raiders won 37-29 against the San Diego Chargers, who have lost three straight games.
Know more about Sport360 Application