NFL Week 9 Scoreboard: Chiefs Still Refuse To Lose

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Week 9 continued this year’s trend of near record breaking numbers on offense. A week after Calvin Johnson but on a receiving tear, a few other wanted to get in on the action. Lets star in Oakland as the Raiders found themselves on the wrong side of history as the Philadelphia Eagles back up quarterback Nick Foles tied an NFL record with seven passing touchdowns in a game. The Raiders defense had no clue on how to stop Foles as he hooked up with four different receivers for scores, including three score to wideout Riley Cooper, as the Eagles cruised to a 49-20 win. Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans tried to show that he was as elite of a receiver as Calvin Johnson as Andre pilled up 229 yards receiving, but despite his best efforts, the Indianapolis Colts still came away with the win 27-24. The Texans also suffered a loss on their sideline as their coach, Gary Kubiak, suffered what they are calling a mini stroke while walking off the field for halftime. It is being said that he is in stable condition and should recover fully. The Kansas City Chiefs stayed unbeaten as they took out the Buffalo Bills 23-13. In St. Louis, Zac Stacy and Chris Johnson put on a show as they combined for over 275 yards rushing. In the end Johnson’s 150 yards proved better than Stacy’s 127, which led to the Tennessee Titans getting the 28-21 victory over the St. Louis Rams. On Monday night, the most historic rivalry in the NFL (if not all of sports), Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers, became the battle of the backups as a Shea McClellin first quarter sack of Aaron Rodgers put the QB on the sidelines. Josh McCown proved to be the better back up as he out played the Packers’ Seneca Wallace and led the Bears to a 27-20 victory. Here’s the rest of Week 9 scores:

Week 9: October 30 – November 5
THU, OCT 31 HI PASSING HI RUSHING HI RECEIVING
Miami 22, Cincinnati 20 (OT) Dalton 338 Miller 105 Green 128
SUN, NOV 3 HI PASSING HI RUSHING HI RECEIVING
Kansas City 23, Buffalo 13 Tuel 229 Spiller 116 Bowe 67
Dallas 27, Minnesota 23 Romo 337 Peterson 140 Witten 102
Tennessee 28, St. Louis 21 Clemens 210 Johnson 150 Wright 69
NY Jets 26, New Orleans 20 Brees 382 Ivory 139 Graham 116
Washington 30, San Diego 24 (OT) Rivers 341 Morris 121 Garcon 172
Carolina 34, Atlanta 10 Newton 249 Jackson 57 Douglas 82
Philadelphia 49, Oakland 20 Foles 406 Jennings 102 Jackson 150
Seattle 27, Tampa Bay 24 (OT) Wilson 217 James 158 Baldwin 75
Cleveland 24, Baltimore 18 Campbell 262 McGahee 31 Little 122
New England 55, Pittsburgh 31 Brady 432 Ridley 115 Gronkowski 143
Indianapolis 27, Houston 24 Keenum 350 Tate 81 Johnson 229
MON, NOV 4 HI PASSING HI RUSHING HI RECEIVING
Chicago 27, Green Bay 20 McCown 272 Lacy 150 Marshall 107
·Bye: DenverDetroitNY GiantsArizonaSan FranciscoJacksonville

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