We take an in depth look at the top three games from Sunday, some break-out plays from the stars of each team and all the other highlights from around the NFL.
Plus a look at Tom Brady’s staggering stats this season and the Monday Night Football game against the Baltimore Ravens.
NEW YORK GIANTS 10-7 DALLAS COWBOYS
The New York Giants beat the Dallas Cowboys 10-7 and gave them a taste of stifling defense, holding the previous offensive juggernaut to just seven points.
Dak Prescott was under pressure all game, throwing two interceptions and going 17 of 37 on pass attempts. Star wide receiver Dez Bryant had a game turning fumble and never got in rhythm the whole game.
Odell Beckham Jr. had a breakout play that energised the team and his struggling quarterback Eli Manning, who has thrown 13 interceptions this season with a 62% completion percentage.
GREEN BAY PACKERS 38-10 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
The Packers (7-6) blew-out the Seahawks (8-4-1) in Lambeau field. It was not a competitive game which was surprising to fans as Russell Wilson had a horrible performance, throwing a whopping five interceptions.
On the other side Aaron Rodgers had a breakout performance with three touchdowns and 246-yards passing. The Packers have not been as good as expected this season, but the win over Seattle gives them a boost of confidence.
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 27-10 BUFFALO BILLS
Quarterbacks usually struggle in a snowy game, unless your name is Tom Brady, with teams usually switching to a running game when the white stuff falls.
The Steelers (8-5) did just that against the Bills (6-7), with star running back Le’veon Bell rushing for 236 yards and three touchdowns. He was the only source of offense for the team, while quarterback Ben Roethlisberger struggled with three interceptions on the day.
Watch the top plays from around the league here:
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MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
The New England Patriots will go against the Baltimore Ravens in a rivalry game rich with back and forth trash talk and physical football. This match up brings the league’s no.1 defense against the NFL’s top rated quarterback.
Tom Brady’s numbers decrease against Baltimore’s tough defense, his completion percentage going down to 58.2, but the Patriots still hold a 7-3 record against the Ravens.
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