UPDATED Week 3 NFL Scores and Results: Sep. 29

TEXAS, Sporting Alert – NFL scores and results on Week 3, following the games that took place on Sunday, September (27).

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TEXAS, Sporting Alert – NFL scores and results on Week 3, following the games that took place on Sunday, September (27).

There were victories for the likes of the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 51, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 17

Tom Brady was again on cruise mode, as the New England Patriots picked up another one-sided victory in Week 3, after hammering the Jacksonville Jaguars 51-17 on Sunday.

Brady, who came into the game with over 750 passing yards and seven touchdowns, extended his good run in the early season with another impressive performance on his way to becoming the fourth quarterback in NFL history to throw 400 touchdown passes.

The veteran quarterback threw for 358 yards and two touchdowns on 33 of 42 passes for the Patriots (3-0) who tallied 471 total yards on the day.

Stephen Gostkowksi, who was successful at putting away the extra point on all six Patriots touchdowns, extended his streak to an NFL record 425 in a row.

He also had three field goals in the contest.

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“That takes a lot of games, a lot of snaps to do that. That’s certainly a tribute to both of them, the durability, longevity, consistent production they’ve had,” New England coach Bill Belichick said.

“They had a good day, as they’ve had in many, many days throughout their career. I feel really fortunate to have those guys on my team.”

Meanwhile, Rob Gronkowski caught four of his seven targets for 101 yards, while Julian Edelman caught eight passes for 85 yards.

CAROLINA PANTHERS 27, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 22

At the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, athletic quarterback Cam Newton threw for 315 yards and two touchdowns, while running for a score, and the Carolina Panthers defeated the New Orleans Saints 27-22 to stay undefeated this season.

Newton, who found Greg Olsen on two 11 yard touchdowns, was 20 of 33 on passes, while running for another 33 yards in the win for the Panthers (3-0).

Olsen took eight catches for 134 yards, with Ted Ginn Jr. finishing with four catches for 93 yards for Carolina.

Luke McCown, who started in place of the injured Drew Brees, went 31 of 38 on pass attempts for 310 yards with one interception, but the Saints (0-3) fell to a third defeat in a row.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS 31, SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 14

Adrian Peterson ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns in three quarters and the Minnesota Vikings (2-1) picked up a 31-14 victory over the San Diego Chargers (1-2).

Peterson, who scored his first two touchdowns of the season, led his team on offense on the day and finished the game with 20 carries.

Teddy Bridgewater completed 13 of 24 passes for 121 yards and linebacker Chad Greenway scored on a 91-yard interception return for the Vikings, who have now on two in a row after losing the season opener to the San Francisco 49ers.

Philip Rivers went 21 of 34 on passes for 246 and a touchdown, before he was replaced by Kellen Clemens midway through the fourth quarter.

DENVER BRONCOS 24, DETRIOT LIONS 12

Peyton Manning threw for 324 yards and two touchdowns, including one for 45-yards to Demaryius Thomas on fourth down with 5 seconds left in the first half, and the Broncos beat the Detroit Lions 24-12 to stay undefeated this season.

Manning, who also passed to Owen Daniels for an 11-yard touchdown with 2:28 remaining in the game, was 31 of 42 on passes in the win for Denver (3-0), which starts the season with three straight victories for the first time since the 2013 season when the club made it all the way to the Super Bowl.

Demaryius Thomas caught nine of his 11 targets for 92 yards and his TD, Emmanuel Sanders took six catches for 87 yards, while Ronnie Hillman rushed for one touchdown in the victory for the Broncos.

Matthew Stafford completed 31 of 45 passes for 282 yards and a touchdown, but threw two interceptions and finished the game with three turnovers in the defeat for the Lions (0-3).

Calvin Johnson had eight catches for 77 yards and Theo Riddick also caught eight passes for 66 yards for Detroit, which starts the season losing three games in a row and off to their worst start in five-years.

NFL Scores and Results In Week 3
September 27

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 51, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 17
CAROLINA PANTHERS 27, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 22
INDIANAPOLIS  COLTS 35, TENNESSEE TITANS 33
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 24, NEW YORK JETS 17
CINCINNATI BENGALS 28, BALTIMORE RAVENS 24
OAKLAND RAIDERS 27, CLEVELAND BROWNS 20
HOUSTON TEXANS 19, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 9
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 12, ST. LOUIS RAMS 6
ATLANTA FALCONS 39, DALLAS COWBOYS 28
MINNESOTA VIKINGS 31, SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 14
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 26, CHICAGO BEARS 0
ARIZONA CARDINALS 47, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 7
BUFFALO BILLS 41, MIAMI DOLPHINS 14
DENVER BRONCOS 24, DETRIOT LIONS 12
GREEN BAY PACKERS 38, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 28

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