Week 3 kicked off with the Cleveland Browns defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers. You can read more about that game here. We saw more one-possession games in Week 3, as the NFL remains as competitive as it has been for some time.
In an extremely rare week, the top three quarterbacks in the league – Justin Herbert, Josh Allen, and Patrick Mahomes – could not lead their teams to wins this week, as the underdog teams prevailed.
Week 3 Scores
Miami Dolphins defeat the Buffalo Bills 21 – 19
Cincinnati Bengals defeat the New York Jets 27 – 12
Tennessee Titans defeat the Las Vegas Raiders 24 – 22
Carolina Panthers defeat the New Orleans Saints 22 – 14
Baltimore Ravens defeat the New England Patriots 37 – 26
Minnesota Vikings defeat the Detroit Lions 28 – 24
Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Washington Commanders 24 – 8
Indianapolis Colts defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 20 – 17
Chicago Bears defeat the Houston Texans 23 – 20
Jacksonville Jaguars defeat the Los Angeles Chargers 38 – 10
Los Angeles Rams defeat the Arizona Cardinals 20 – 12
Green Bay Packers defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14 – 12
Atlanta Falcons defeat the Seattle Seahawks 27 – 23
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady dueled for potentially the final time unless they meet again during the postseason, with Rodgers getting the better of that match. The Jacksonville Jaguars pulled off the upset and defeated the Chargers in Los Angeles. Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert (rib cartilage) played through his injury, but the team had too many important players injured, including two critical injuries during Week 3 – Joey Bosa and Rashawn Slater. The Miami Dolphins remain undefeated, and the Colts pulled off a major upset against the Chiefs.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen – 42 completions on 63 pass attempts, 400 yards thrown, two touchdowns, zero interceptions
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts – 22 completions on 35 pass attempts, 340 yards thrown, three touchdowns, zero interceptions
Saints quarterback Jameis Winston – 25 completions on 41 pass attempts, 353 yards thrown, one touchdown, two interceptions
Bears running back Khalil Herbert – 20 carries, 157 rushing yards, two touchdowns
Falcons running back Cordarelle Patterson – 17 carries, 141 rushing yards, one touchdown
Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith – Eight receptions, 169 receiving yards, one touchdown
Raiders wide receiver Mack Hollins – Eight receptions, 158 receiving yards, one touchdown
Patriots wide receiver DeVante Parker – Five receptions, 156 yards
Saints wide receiver Chris Olave – Nine receptions, 147 yards
Week 3 continues as the San Francisco 49ers travel to Denver to take on the Broncos on Sunday Night Football. The Broncos will have the chance to jump up in the divisional standings with losses by the Chiefs, Chargers, and Raiders. The 49ers will aim to keep pace with divisional rival Rams.
Week 3 concludes with the New York Giants hosting the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night. The Giants will look to remain undefeated against their divisional rival.