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NFL Week 9 Recap | NFL Playoff Picture Teams | Big Upsets

NFL Week 9 Recap | NFL Playoff Picture Teams | Big Upsets

NFL Week 9 Recap | NFL Playoff Picture Teams | Big Upsets

NFL Week 9 Recap: After nine weeks, there are a few things that are clear:

Even if they play plain bad, the Steelers can win games.

The Bills are currently an underrated squad.

The NFC might be just a bit more open than most thought.

And last but not least, the NFL MVP race. There are two big names right now for NFL Most Valuable Player: Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes.

NFL Week 9 Recap: Game By Game Results

Now let’s go with the NFL Week 9 Recap for the 2020-21 season:

NFL Week 9 Recap / Thursday Night Football: Packers 34 / 49ers 17:

Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams played a phenomenal game Thursday night, leading Green Bay to a solid win over the Niners.

Texans 27 / Jaguars 25:

Jake Lufton looked good during his first career start with Jacksonville, but the Texans did a good enough job to get their second victory of the year. This is the seventh loss for the Jaguars during the 2020-21 season.

Giants 23 / Washington 20:

Daniel Jones had a great day and managed to improve to 4-0 versus the Washington Football Team. The victory was also meaningful for NY as a squad as this was their second of the season.

Vikings 34 / Lions 20:

Dalvin Cook is responsible for helping the Vikes to pick up some momentum. The proficient RB ran for a total of 206 yards and managed to score two TD’s as Minnesota was able to get their first victory at home this season.

Chiefs 33 / Panthers 31:

Patricks Mahomes was impressive with four touchdown passes in what it was a challenging victory for KC. Also, Christian McCaffrey finished with a receiving TD and a rushing TD.

Ravens 24 / Colts 10:

Baltimore was able to defeat Indy thanks to impressive defensive work. Plus, Lamar Jackson was 19-for-23 with a rushing TD and 170 passing yards.

Titans 24 / Bears 17:

Desmond King, a league newcomer, had a fumble returned for a TD, and Ryan Tannehill finished the game with 2 TD passes.

Bills 44 / Seahawks 34:

Seattle fans were shocked when their team fell defeated by the Bills, in what it was one of the most (but not the most) upset wins of the week. Josh Allen finished with 3 touchdowns and 415 passing yards.

Falcons 34 / Broncos 27:

Matt Ryan threw for three TD passes, and Atlanta defeated Denver. The Broncos revived during the fourth with 21 points, but they failed to add to the Falcons’ bad season.

Steelers 24 / Cowboys 19:

Pittsburgh had to score fifteen straight points during the fourth quarter to defeat Dallas. Big Ben finished the game with three TD passes during the victory. Yes, the Steelers are 8-0!

Dolphins 34 / Cardinals 31:

Tua Tagovailoa finished the game with 248 passing yards and two TD passes for his second victory as an NFL starter. Kyler Murray threw for three TD passes and 283 passing yards. These two teams combined for more than 600 total yards! And this was indeed a glimpse of a growing rivalry between two rising stars destined to become two of the top quarterbacks in the league.

Raiders 31 / Chargers 26:

As he hit the ground, the ball got knocked out of the hands of Doland Parham Jr. in what could have been the sealing winning touchdown for the Chargers, allowing Las Vegas to win the game. Both Derek Carr and Justin Herbert finished with two touchdown passes.

Saints 38 / Buccaneers 3:

And yes, this was the biggest upset of the week! When everything was said and done for this game, nobody, not even the winners could believe the shocking result. This was the result of a first-half slaughter, where NOLA managed to score an impressive 31 points. This was just enough for the Saints to get a second straight win over Tampa Bay this year. Oh, and the Saints are first place in the NFC South!

NFL Week 9 Recap / Monday Night Football: Patriots 30 / Jets 27

It was really not the prettiest win, but a win nonetheless. Cam Newton managed to lead New England to a new victory this season, keeping the Pats’ NFL Playoff Picture hopes alive. Newton finished with two rushing touchdowns and completed 27 of 35 passes for 274 yards.

Thank you for checking out our NFL Week 9 Recap for the 2020-21 season, feel free to come back for fresh football news and bookmaking updates!

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