UPDATED: Latest NFL Scores Today In Week 8: Oct. 30

NFL Scores with Tom Brady Patriots

DALLAS, Sporting Alert – The latest NFL scores and results from the scheduled games that took place in Week 8 on Sunday, October 30.

New England Patriots continue to roll, following another win, the Cleveland Browns remained winless, while the Carolina Panthers finally end their poor run this season.

PATRIOTS 41, BILLS 25

Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes and 315 yards to guide the Patriots to a comfortable 41-25 victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Brady, who found Rob Gronkowski, Chris Hogan, Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola for scores, completed 22-of-33 passes without an interception as New England beat the Bills for the 26th time, which matched an NFL record.

Gronkowski caught five of his seven targets for 109 yards, Chris Hogan caught all four of his passes for 91 yards, while LeGarrette Blount ran for a score for the Patriots (7-1) who were winning for the fourth time in a row.

Tyrod Taylor was 19-of-38 on completed passes for 183 yards and ran for a score, while Mike Gillislee rushed for 85 yards on 12 carries and a score.

COWBOYS 29, EAGLES 23 – OT

Dak Prescott threw two late touchdown passes, including one in overtime to helped the Dallas Cowboys to an overtime 29-23 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday Night Football.

Prescott, who started shakily, was not perfect on the night, but the rookie quarterback who finished with 19 of 39 on completed passes, made key plays down the stretch for the Cowboys in the win.

The 23-year-old threw for 287 yards with one interception, while tossing a late tying touchdown pass to Dez Bryant to level the scores at 24-24, before throwing a 5-yard scoring pass to Jason Witten in overtime to seal the win.

Leading running back Ezekiel Elliott ran for 96 yards on 22 carries, which ended his four-game streak with over 100 rushing yards.

Dez Bryant shook off a knee problem to catch four of 14 targets for 114 yards, as Dallas (6-1) won its sixth straight game.

Carson Wentz was 32 of 43 for 202 yards for the Eagles (4-3) who led 23-13 early in the fourth quarter.

Jordan Matthews caught 11 of his 14 targeted passes for 65 yards and a score for Philadelphia, which was losing for the third time in four games.

PANTHERS 30, CARDINALS 20

The Carolina Panthers jumped all over Arizona early en route to a 30-20 victory over the Cardinals, which ended a run of four successive defeats this term.

Jonathan Stewart ran for 95 yards and two touchdowns and Cam Newton went 14-of-27 on completed passes for 212 yards and ran for another 43 yards to lift the Panthers (2-5) to a much-needed victory.

Thomas Davis returned a fumble 46 yards for a score for Carolina, but it continues to sit at the bottom of the NFC South Division.

For the Cardinals, Carson Palmer went 35-of-46 on passes for 363 yards and three touchdowns with one interception in the defeat.

The Panthers scored the first 24-points of the game and led 24-7 at halftime.

JETS 31, BROWNS 28

Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 228 yards and a touchdown and Matt Forte ran for 82 yards and a pair of score and the New York Jets beat the Cleveland Browns 31-28 on Sunday and kept them winless this season.

Bilal Powell ran for 76 yards and a 35-yard score and Quincy Enunwa took four catches for 93 yards and a touchdown for the Jets (3-5), who won back-to-back games since ending a four-game skid.

Josh McCown went 25-of-49 on passing for 341 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Browns, while Isaiah Crowell ran for a score and Terrelle Pryor Sr. took six catches for 101 yards in the defeat.

NFL SCORES: WEEK 8

PATRIOTS 41, BILLS 25
COWBOYS 29, EAGLES 23 – OT
REDSKINS 27, BENGALS 27
FALCONS 33, PACKERS 32
BRONCOS 27, CHARGERS 19
SAINTS 25, SEAHAWKS 20
PATRIOTS 41, BILLS 25
PANTHERS 30, CARDINALS 20
CHIEFS 30, COLTS 14
TEXANS 20, LIONS 13
JETS 31, BROWNS 28
RAIDERS 30, BUCCANEERS 24

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