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Best of NFL Sunday Week 9

Loads of interesting and exciting things happened on Sunday in the NFL, here's a few of them.



Joe Mixon's five touchdowns get the Bengals back on track:


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With Ja'Marr Chase out for a few weeks with a hip injury, Joe Burrow needs someone to consistently step up on the offensive end until he returns. On Sunday, that was Joe Mixon. Mixon ran for 153 yards and four touchdowns on the ground and caught one through the air. Joe Mixon is now up six touchdowns on the season and 585 yards rushing.



Jets stun Bills in a thriller that came down to the last possession:



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The Jets have been one of the surprise teams in the NFL this year. They were without quarterback Zach Wilson for the first few weeks and they are now without running back Breece Hall for the rest of the season. However, the coaching or Robert Saleh and great play from the Jets' defense has guided New York to a 6-3 record. On Sunday against the Bills, Josh Allen was held to zero touchdown passes and threw two interceptions. Rookie cornerback Sauce Gardner came up with a clutch fourth down stop on Buffalo's final drive to secure the 20-17 win.



Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs comeback to beat the Titans in overtime:



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Kansas City was down early to the Titans as they could not contain Derrick Henry on the ground. However, Patrick Mahomes showcased once again why you can never count him out as he led the Chiefs to an overtime victory to improve Kansas City's record to 6-2 on the season. Malik Willis made his first start for the Titans and played pretty well, all things considered. However, he only completed five passes and a Titans wide receiver has not caught a pass in the month of November.



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Tom Brady and the Bucs have struggled severely on offense this year and they did again today against the defending champion Los Angeles Rams. The Bucs could only muster three field goals throughout the game but at the end, Tom Brady was able to pull off a game winning drive as the Bucs had no timeouts and were able to pull off a last minute touchdown. The Rams lost the game 16-13 after the game winning touchdown catch from Cade Otton.





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