Washington pull off stunning upset to defeat the Bucs 29-19.

It was a tough NFL Sunday afternoon for the reigning Super Bowl champions. Coming off a bye week, attempting to make up for their loss to New Orleans two weeks ago. However, they were defeated by a team without a win in the last month. Tom Brady had a difficult afternoon throwing two picks in the first quarter. 

Brady did throw two second-half touchdowns to Cameron Brate and Mike Evans but Washington raised their game in the fourth quarter and produced a drive that ended with Antonio Gibson’s second rushing score of the game.

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Patriots continue winning streak 

The New England Patriots made it four wins in the bounce by dismantling the Cleveland Browns 45-7. Patriots quarterback Mac Jones threw three touchdowns to lead the Pats to victory. Cleveland, who were already dealing with significant injury issues, lost quarterback Baker Mayfield in the third quarter to a knee injury.

Cam Newton returns in style 

Cam Newton made his long-awaited return to the Carolina Panthers in style. The fact that it took until week 10 for a team to take a chance on him raised multiple eyebrows. Before Sunday afternoon’s game, the team announced that Newton would be active but wouldn’t start. 

Showing off the two-way versatility that characterized his run to NFL MVP (and the Super Bowl) in the 2015 season, Newton scored the team’s first two touchdowns to lead them to a 34-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. 

Dallas Cowboys bounce back 

The Dallas Cowboys were another team who needed a win to bounce back from last week’s 30-16 defeat to the Denver Broncos. Luckily for fans of the Cowboys, the team looked fired up from the first minute. 

They won this game so comprehensively that it is tempting to call them Super Bowl favourites at this point. The Cowboys crushed the Atlanta Falcons 43-3. Star quarterback back Dak Prescott threw two touchdowns to CeeDee Lamb and rushed in for another to secure the win.