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NFL roundup: Lions storm back in fourth, stun Bears
  + stars: | 2023-11-20 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Jared Goff, who threw a season-high three interceptions, engineered two fourth-quarter scoring drives and finished with 236 yards passing and two touchdowns for Detroit (8-2). Wilson completed 27 of 35 passes for 259 yards in the Broncos' fourth consecutive victory. Joshua Dobbs completed 20 of 32 passes for 221 yards, one touchdown and one interception for Minnesota (6-5). Giants 31, Commanders 19Tommy DeVito threw three touchdown passes and the New York defense forced six turnovers in a victory over Washington in Landover, Md. Bills 32, Jets 6Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and Buffalo avenged a Week 1 loss to New York with a victory in Orchard Park.
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CNN —The Seattle Seahawks cruised past the New York Giants with a blowout 24-3 victory at MetLife Stadium on Monday. The Seahawks built the win off the back of a strong defense, ending the game with a franchise record-equaling 11 sacks – including 10 sacks on Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. Linebacker Bobby Wagner led the way for the Seattle defense – tallying 17 tackles and two sacks – while Jordyn Brooks, Devon Witherspoon and Uchenna Nwosu tallied two sacks each. “We’re not a finished product, we’re just getting rolling,” said Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. “We had a good week [in practice],” Giants head coach Brian Daboll told reporters.
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CNN —A 64-second play turned the game on its head as the Arizona Cardinals beat the New Orleans Saints 42-34 in a thrilling Thursday Night Football clash. Deep in the second quarter, Saints stand-in quarterback Andy Dalton threw two pick-sixes in back-to-back drives that gave the Cardinals a 28-14 lead at half-time. The Cardinals ended the longest streak in the NFL of consecutive games without scoring 40+ (87 games). Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesThe Saints took the lead after two minutes when Dalton threw a 53-yard pass to find Rashid Shaheed. Following a couple Cardinals field goals, Dalton threw his second touchdown in the second quarter, this time only three yards to Tayson Hill who powered over the line.
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