NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — The following are the NFL scores, results and records in Week 9 on Sunday, Nov. 2.
UPDATED MONDAY NIGHT
The Monday Night Football game saw Andrew Luck throwing for 354 yards and four touchdowns and the Indianapolis Colts beat Eli Manning and the New York Giants 40-24.
Luck, who went 25-of-46 in completed passes and no interceptions, was throwing for 300 or more yards for the seventh straight game and the eighth time this season, as the Colts (6-3) bounced back from last week’s 51-34 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
“It was great to get back in the win column after a tough one last week,” Luck told reporters after the game.
Coach Chuck Pagano added: “We got that bad taste out of our mouths, the way we lost that last game. It’s awesome.”
GAMES PLAYED ON SUNDAY
Two of the highlighted winners on Sunday were the Arizona Cardinals and the New England Patriots.
The action at Gillette Stadium, saw Tom Brady passing for 333 yards and four touchdowns, as he guided the Patriots (7-2) to a 43-21 victory over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (6-2).
Brady, who was making his 200th career start, went 33-of-53 in completed passes as New England secured its fifth straight victory and win number five at home.
Manning, in the meantime, went 34-of-57 completed passes and threw for 438 yards and two touchdowns for the Broncos, which snapped the visitors’ four game winning streak.
With his two scoring passes on Sunday, Manning has thrown a touchdown pass in 47 successive games, which sees him drawing level with Johnny Unitas for the third-longest streak in NFL history.
Meanwhile, at the AT&T Stadium, Carson Palmer threw three touchdown passes and finished with 249 yards in Arizona Cardinals’ 28-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
The win now sees Arizona (7-1) winning their fourth straight game and sits first in the NFC West standings.
“This is a very good team,” said Palmer. “We feel like we can play with anybody, and that’s important because we feel like we are improving.”
Dallas (6-3), which went down 20-17 to the Washington Redskins last week, were losing back-to-back games for the first time this season.
Prior to last week’s defeat, the Cowboys, which played without the injured Tony Romo on Sunday, had won six games straight and was seen as the hottest time in the league at the moment.
Brandon Weeden started in place of Romo and he had an outing he will quickly want to forget after failing to connect with several of his receivers. He finished with 183 yards and one touchdown.
He also threw two interceptions.
Elsewhere on Sunday, the Miami Dolphins held the San Diego Chargers scoreless for the first time this season, following their 37-0 victory at Sun Life Stadium.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill went 24 for 34 with no turnovers and threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns for the Dolphins (5-3), which secured their third successive win and fourth in the last five games.
The Chargers (5-4) were losing for the third time in a row this season after dropping games against Kansas City and Denver in this streak as well.
In the Sunday Night Football game, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) ran away from the Baltimore Ravens (5-4), 43-23, with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger throwing for six touchdowns for the second straight game.
He also He also went 25-of-37 in passing for 303 yards and no interceptions.
NFL Scores, Results and Record – Week 9
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Indianapolis Colts 40 (6-3), New York Giants 24 (3-5)
Pittsburgh Steelers 43 (6-3), Baltimore Ravens 23 (5-4)
New England Patriots 43 (7-2), Denver Broncos 21 (6-2)
Philadelphia Eagles 31 (6-2), Houston Texans 21 (4-5)
Kansas City Chiefs 24 (5-3), New York Jets 10 (1-8)
Cleveland Browns 22 (5-3), Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 (1-7)
Arizona Cardinals 28 (7-1), Dallas Cowboys 17 (6-3)
Miami Dolphins 37 (5-3), San Diego Chargers 0 (5-4)
Cincinnati Bengals 33 (5-2-1), Jacksonville Jaguars 23 (1-8)
Minnesota Vikings 29 (4-5), Washington Redskins 26 (3-6)
St. Louis Rams 13 (3-5), San Francisco 49ers 10 (4-4)
Seattle Seahawks 30 (5-3), Oakland Raiders 24 (0-8)