NFL A crazy match between the Eagles and the Bills

NFL: A crazy match between the Eagles and the Bills

At the end of a lively game, the Philadelphia Eagles won 37-34 in overtime over the Buffalo Bills at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night.

After a mixed game, Jalen Hurts gave his team the victory with a 12-yard run.

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The Bills (6-6) could be disappointed. Despite a fairly comfortable lead (24 to 14) after three quarters, the Eagles (10-1) decided to put their foot on the gas pedal and scored two straight touchdowns to regain a four-point lead.

Thanks to a touchdown from Gabe Davis, the visitors regained a three-point lead, but a 59-yard punt from Jake Elliott sent both teams into overtime.

The start of the game went completely to the Bills’ advantage. Quarterback Josh Allen outshone his counterpart, Jalen Hurts, for most of the game, and did so on all of his club’s good plays. It’s simple: he took part in all of the Bills’ majors, twice rushing to reach his opponents’ end zone and scoring two touchdown passes.

Allen also completed 29 of 51 attempts through the air for an impressive 339 yards. He also recorded nine carries for 81 yards. Hurts finished his night with 200 passing yards.

The Chiefs awaken against the Raiders

Despite a slow start to the game, the Kansas City Chiefs (8-3) had the upper hand over the Las Vegas Raiders (5-7) 31-17.

Travis Kelce’s teammates had a pretty nightmarish start to the game, falling behind 14-0 with 12:51 left in the second quarter. Josh Jacobs, who scored the major with a 63-yard run, and Jakobi Meyers were the authors of the touchdowns for the Raiders.

However, the Chiefs decided to wake up shortly after and scored two touchdowns of their own through Isiah Pacheco and Justin Watson and returned to the locker room with a 14-14 tie.

Pacheco didn’t stop there, on the contrary. He reached the Raiders’ end zone for the second time in the game and used his legs for a yard. Rashee Rice ended any hope of a comeback for the Las Vegas club by scoring another touchdown for Kansas City after a 31-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes finished his night with 27 completions on 34 attempts and gained 298 yards.

Broncos surprise Browns

The Denver Broncos (6:5) defeated the Cleveland Browns (7:4) 29:12 in an unforgettable game for the guests.

It’s simple: The Broncos’ second touchdown, which gave them a 14-0 lead in the game, was what it took to secure the victory. The Browns attempted a comeback but were only able to get within two points of their daytime rival when Harrison Bryant scored his team’s only touchdown.

Sean Payton’s men then regained the upper hand by scoring two majors, including a safety. Kicker Wil Lutz also used his feet and put the ball between the posts twice.