UPDATED: NFL Week 7 Results, Scores; Jaguars record first win

NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — NFL scores, results and records after the early games in Week 7 on Sunday, Oct. 19.

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NEW YORK (Sporting Alert) — NFL scores, results and records after the early games in Week 7 on Sunday, Oct. 19.

Running back Denard Robinson ran for a career-high 127 yards and a touchdown and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Cleveland Browns 24-6 for their first victory of the season.

The Jaguars led 7-6 at halftime and then outscored the visitors 17-0 in the second half on their way to the win.

Prior to Sunday’s win, the Jaguars were 0-6 this term and struggling to secure a victory since they defeated Houston 27-20 at home on Dec. 15, 2013.

At the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, quarterback Andrew Luck threw for 344 yards and two touchdowns and the Colts eased past the Cincinnati Bengals 27-0 to record their first shutout since 2008.

Indianapolis, who was recording its fifth straight win, is now 5-2 on the season, while the Bengals, which haven’t won in the last three games and are (3-2-1) on the term, were failing to score for the first time since losing 0-16 against Baltimore on Dec. 23, 2001.

The Dallas Cowboys continued their impressive run this season with a 31-21 victory over the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Quarterback Tony Romo threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Cowboys (6-1) to their six successive win on the season.

Elsewhere, Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and finished with 19 of 22 for 255 yards in the Green Bay Packers’ 38-17 positive result over Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.

The Packers (5-2) were recording their fourth straight victory, while the Panthers were losing their third game in the last five outings.

Oakland Raiders (0-6) remain without a win o the season, after going down 24-13 to the Arizona Cardinals.

NFL Week 7 Results and Scores

Denver Broncos 42 (5-1), San Francisco 49ers 17 (4-3)
Dallas Cowboys 31 (6-1), New York Giants 21 (3-4)
Arizona Cardinals 24 (5-1), Oakland Raiders 13 (0-6)
Kansas City Chiefs 23 (3-3), San Diego Chargers 20 (5-2)
Jacksonville Jaguars 24 (1-6), Cleveland Browns 6 (3-3)
Baltimore Ravens 29 (5-2), Atlanta Falcons 7 (2-5)
Washington Redskins 19 (2-5), Tennessee Titans 17 (2-5)
St. Louis Rams 28 (2-4), Seattle Seahawks 26 (3-3)
Buffalo Bills 17 (4-3), Minnesota Vikings 16 (2-5)
Indianapolis Colts 27 (5-2), Cincinnati Bengals 0 (3-2-1)
Detroit Lions 24 (5-2), New Orleans Saints 23 (2-4)
Miami Dolphins 27 (3-3), Chicago Bears 14 (3-4)
Green Bay Packers 38 (5-2), Carolina Panthers 17 (3-3)

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