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It seemed as though the giants would win their fourth game and finish Bears five-game stretch. Then they had to do more work.
At the last run in the fourth quarter, Chicago recovered a starting park and drove down the field, behind 27-20. With three seconds left, the giants’ BW Webb was required by involvement on Allen Robinson, which gave Bears a last chance in the final zone. Anthony Miller caught the touchdown pass from Tarik Cohen. Should the bear tie it? You betcha.
It was more wild The giants took a lead of 30-27 and the bear took over, fumbled on three gigs in the unit and recovered every time. It officially ended when Chase Dani’s pass for Taylor Gabriel was fired by Janoris Jenkins.
It was an odd and particularly entertaining game, a wide-ranging receiver Odell Beckham Jr. threw a wonderful touchdown bomb, a 49-meter scoring pass to Russell Shepard in the third quarter of the game against Bears. It gave the giants a lead at 17-14.  Manning made it and did it 24-14 after this fourth pass under pressure.
Happy birthday? If ever you were sure I think it would be Packers, undead they home this season and play Cardinals at Lambeau Field on a Sunday in December that also fits with Aaron Rodger’s birthday.
But this is anything but a regular season for the Packers, which fell to 4-7-1 with a 20-17 loss to Arizona when Mason Crosby missed a binding field goal. The win was Cardinals first on the way to Packers since 1949.
Miss Mary: It was the pregame buzz that the new mortgage owner David Tepper was considering changing things and his team went out and did nothing to solidify Ron Rivera’s job falling to Buccaneers as a Hail Mary by Taylor Heinicke, with Cam Newton on the bench, became short.
RGIII Moment: With Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson checked for concussion after kicking in the head of a teammate, Robert Griffin III took a short while. (Joe Flacco is inactive with hip injury.) Jackson returned early in the fourth quarter and Ravens handled the fighting Falcons and won his third straight game under Jackson.
Texans on a roll: The Texans hit Browns and now has the season’s longest win, which won its ninth straight game after a 0-3 start.
Colts Luck Expires: Jaguar’s seven-matched loss line ended with a shutout victory over Colts and Andrew Luck.
It’s over in the west: The Rams wrapped up things in the NFC West, clashed the division title with a 30-16 victory in Detroit.
Dolphins exceeded bills: The Dolphins snapped a two-matched loss, improved to 6-6. Miami stopped two Buffalo runs down the stretch and Josh Allen’s fourth pass to Charles Clay fell incomplete on the finish line at the last minute.
Broncos wins again: In AFC West, the bronze looks good, dangerous. They won their third straight game, moved to 6-6, with 24-10 win in Cincinnati.
Harris, Green, Olsen injured: Damage to some prominent players marked the start of the first matches.  Broncos cornerback Chris Harris is believed to have broken his fibula in the game against Bengals. Cincinnati Broad Receiver A.J. Green was stripped of the field with a non-contact right foot injury in his first match after missing three with a toe injury.
In Tampa, Panther’s tight Greg Olsen hit the field with a foot injury.
Fat guy TDs: Akiem Hicks has scored points for Bears. He is only the fourth player who weighs 330 pounds or more to score. (The other? William “Fridge” Perry, BJ Raji and Dontari Poe.)
Lions left tack Taylor Decker caught a screen card and jumped 11 meters into the end zone and cut Ram’s lead to 16-13.  Chiefs Continue From Hunt: Kansas City Chiefs continue without the best rushing back after cutting Kareem Hunt last week when devastating video of a household accident occurred.
Chiefs, seeking their third straight AFC West title when they play Raiders in Los Angeles, will turn to Spencer Ware because their function returns and it is a position he and the team have been in before. Two years ago, Ware entered Jamaal Charles and led the team in rushing with 921 yards.
The hunting issue will continue to review, especially with a live interview with ESPN Sunday Morning. He said that NFL never spoke to him or to the alleged victim, who did not respond to the league’s request and confirmed that he lied to the team. “I just want to let the world know how bad I am,” he said in the interview. “It has been a tough time for me and I am extremely embarrassed because of that video.”
The more you know: Patriots at 8-3 are sure to finish with at least one .500 record for the 18th consecutive season. Just how ridiculous is it? Only the cowboys have had a longer stretch (21 seasons from 1965 to 1985). … The Saints scored on a leading 61 percent of their games, a figure that Elias Sports says would be the highest score for any team since the schedule went to 16 matches in 1978. The record (53 percent) was determined by Patriots 2007. But they lost his second game this season with a deviating 13-10 points on Thursday night.
Send a message: It’s “My cause, my cleats” week when NFL allows players to break their holy uniform rules by letting their feet send a message about their pet causes.
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Still struggling with violence at home: Chiefs released the star who drove back Kareem Hunt after a video of a household accident from February occurred, but it is a situation that shows that NFL still does not handle the problem correctly . (Read more.)
A Redskins apology: Doug Williams apologizes for the radio interview about Reuben Foster. (Read more.)
No Fournette, Again: This time, Jaguar lost Leonard Fournette a game for a reason that was not related to injury. His one-game suspension for a fierce battle with Bill’s “Shaq Lawson” was maintained, which means he was facing Colts.
Washington makes a controversial move: By claiming Reuben Foster, Redskins show shows they are dumb, indifferent and ruthless. (Read more.)
Do not count on Foster: Placement of Reuben Foster on paid leave means that he will not play anytime soon. (Read more.)
& # 39; I Do not Play Anything Different & # 39 ;: Aaron Rodgers defends his reasons. (Read more.)
The bike begins: Here is a look at the best NFL coaching candidates for the upcoming Hyracycle. (Read more.)
Google some of these QB: You really need a program to identify some of the guys that started on the quarterback of the week. Joe Flacco practiced last week, but is inactive as Ravens goes with Lamar Jackson again. The Buccaneers returned to Jameis Winston instead of Ryan Fitzpatrick (at least for the moment); The Jaguars began Cody Kessler, with Blake Bortles Benched; Chase Daniel got a new start for the bear, with Mitchell Trubisky recovering from a shoulder injury; and Jeff Driskel started for Bengals with Andy Dalton on IR because of a thumbs injury he suffered last week. In a later game, Josh McCown completes Sam Darnold.
Digg’s active: Vikings wide recipient Stefon Diggs did not train throughout the week because of a knee injury but plays against the patriots. Cornerback Xavier Rhodes, who has a hamstring injury, is also active.
Gordon a no-go: Chargers Running Melvin Gordon has been ruled out of the Pittsburgh game with knee injury. Thank you Joe Barksdale is also out.
Chiefs report: Wide recipient Sammy Watkins is out with a foot injury as Kansas City returns from his day. Security Eric Berry is also inactive.
Week 13 Fuskark: Dig in and dominate, as the usual season ends for most fantasy characters. (Read more.)
Start / Sit: With Leonard Fournette out, the backups are in the center. (Read more.)
Week 13 Player Ratings: See who’s set for big games, so many fantasy characters enter the last week of their usual seasons. (Read more.)
This week’s play tips: Redskins playoff odds look awesome, but Ravens gets rid of. (Read more.)
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Raven’s defense makes them a strong game. (Read more.)