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NFL Scores and Box Scores In Week 5 On Oct. 11

TEXAS, Sporting Alert – NFL scores and box scores from the games that took place on NFL Sunday on October 11.

PATRIOTS 30, COWBOYS 6

ARLINGTON — Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns and ran 1-yard for another score, and the New England Patriots battered the Dallas Cowboys 30-6 on Sunday.

Brady, who was on a bye week last weekend with New England, went 20 of 27 on passes for 275 yards.

Julian Edelman caught four passes for 120 and a touchdown, while Rob Gronkowski had four catches for 67 yards and Stephen Gostkowski made three field goals.

LeGarrette Blount rushed for 74 yards for the Patriots (4-0), who had 356 total yards from 55 plays.

Brandon Weeden completed 26 of 39 passes for 188 yards for the Dallas Cowboys (2-3), who have dropped three straight games since starting quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken left collarbone in Week 2.

BENGALS 27, SEAHAWKS 24 OT

CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton went 30 of 44 on passes for 331 yards and threw two touchdowns and the Cincinnati Bengals rallied from a big deficit to earn a battling 27-24 overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

Dalton also ran for a score as Cincinnati came back from being 24-7 in the hole in the fourth quarter.

The win saw the Bengals (5-0) starting a season with five straight wins for the first time since 1988.

Tyler Eifert caught eight passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns, Giovani Bernard ran for 80 yards and A.J. Green took six catches for 78 yards in the win.

Russell Wilson passed for 213 yards and one touchdown with an interception for the Seattle Seahawks (2-3) who punted two time during the overtime period, which allowed Mike Nugent to setup the win for the Bengals with a 42 yard field goal which went in off the post.

Thomas Rawls rushed for 169 yards and a score in the defeat for the Seahawks, while Doug Baldwin caught all three of his targets for 70 yards.

FALCONS 25, REDSKINS 19, OT

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Falcons did enough to stay undefeated on the season, after the overtime 25-19 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.

Robert Alford returned a Kirk Cousins interception 59 yards for a touchdown in overtime to seal the victory for the home side.

Devonta Freeman ran for 153 yards and a score, while taking seven catches for 44 yards.

Quarterback Matt Ryan passed for 254 yards for the Atlanta Falcons, who tallied 418 total yards in the win.

NFL SCORES AND ESPN BOX SCORES AND SCOREBOARDS In WEEK 5

PATRIOTS 30, COWBOYS 6
BENGALS 27, SEAHAWKS 24 OT
BEARS 18, CHIEFS 17
EAGLES 39, SAINTS 17
FALCONS 25, REDSKINS 19, OT
BROWNS 33, RAVENS 30, OT
BUCCANEERS 38, JAGUARS 31
PACKERS 24, RAMS 10
BILLS 14, TITANS 13
BRONCOS 16, RAIDERS 10
CARDINALS 42, LIONS 17
GIANTS 30, 49ERS 27

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