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UPDATED NFL Scores and Box Scores In Week 7: Oct. 23

DALLAS, Sporting Alert – NFL scores, results and box scores from the games played in Week 7 on Sunday, October 23.

In an early morning kick-off in London, the New York Giants scored 17 unanswered points en route to beating the Los Angeles Rams 17-10.

The Rams opened the first quarter by scoring the first 10 points, but the Giants rallied to score 17 straight to earn their second victory in a row since snapping a three-game losing streak.

Washington Redskins had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Detroit Lions on Sunday, while the Minnesota Vikings suffered their first loss of the season.

Entering Week 7, the Vikings (5-1) were the only undefeated team left in the NFL this season, but they were beaten 21-10 by the Philadelphia, with rookie quarterback Carson Wentz outplaying Sam Bradford and Josh Huff returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown in the victory.

In Kansas City, Alex Smith completed 17 of 24 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns and the Chiefs defeated New Orleans, 27-21, with Drew Brees passing for 367 yards and three TDs with an interception for the Saints.

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith both threw touchdown passes in the New York Jets’s 24-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens, who were losing for the fourth straight time.

Matt Forte also carried the ball 30 times for 100 yards and score for the Jets, while Joe Flacco passed for 248 yards in the defeat for the Ravens.

In other NFL scores on Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals outscored Cleveland 31-17 to hand the Browns their seventh successive defeat on the season, while the Redskins had its four-game winning streak snapped by the Lions, who recorded a 20-17 victory on the day.

Elsewhere, Andrew Luck threw for 353 yards and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Tennessee Titans 34-26.

NFL SCORES IN WEEK 7 – All Box Scores

Sunday, October 23
New York Giants 17, Los Angeles Rams 10
Kansas City Chiefs 27 New Orleans Saints 21
Indianapolis Colts 34, Tennessee  Titans 26
Philadelphia Eagles 21, Minnesota Vikings 10
Cincinnati Bengals 31, Cleveland Browns 17
Oakland Raiders 33,  Jacksonville Jaguars 16
Detroit Lions 20, Washington Redskins 17
New York Jets 24, Baltimore Ravens 16
Miami Dolphins 28, Buffalo Bills 25
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 34, San Francisco 49ers 17
San Diego Chargers 33, Atlanta Falcons 30 (OT)
New England Patriots 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 16
Seattle Seahawks 6, Arizona Cardinals 6, TIE (OT)

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