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Week 7 Wraps Up With Upset on Monday Night Football

The National Football League Week 7 finished up with a surprising result in Minnesota. The Vikings beat the 49ers 22-17. The loss was the second straight for the 49ers, while Minnesota has won two games in a row. It also wraps up the week of the NFL.

Jacksonville Jaguars 31-24 over New Orleans Saints

This was the Thursday Night game of the week. Derek Carr was busy behind center for the Saints. He threw the ball 55 times for over 300 yards in the game.

The Saints scored 15 points in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough, as Trevor Lawrence connected with Christian Kirk for the game-winning touchdown. The win for the Jaguars was their fourth straight win. They are now 5-2 on the season.

The loss for New Orleans sent them to 3-4 on the season, and they are now in third place in the division.

Baltimore Ravens 38-6 over Detroit Lions

The Baltimore Ravens saw their signal-caller Lamar Jackson have a massive game, and their 38-6 win over the Lions was one of the most impressive wins of the week.

The Lions simply could not get anything going on the offensive side, scoring just a touchdown in the final quarter of the game. Jared Goff threw the football 53 times in the game for Detroit.

The win for the Ravens allowed them to stay atop the division with their 5-2 record. The loss for Detroit sent them to 5-2. Detroit still leads the NFC North.

Cleveland Browns 39-38 over Indianapolis Colts

The Cleveland Browns are known as a defensive team, and they did not do a great job of that on the road at the Colts. But, regardless of that, they came away with a win on the road.

The Browns used a Kareem Hunt fourth down touchdown in the final seconds of the game to lead them to the victory. The Browns lost Deshaun Winfield in the game, but PJ Walker was able to lead them to his second straight win.

Cleveland is now 4-2 on the season, while the Indianapolis Colts have dropped to 3-4.

Chicago Bears 30-12 over Las Vegas Raiders

Tyson Bagent made his first start of his professional career and came away with a victory. The Bears signal caller threw for 162 yards and a touchdown but was mostly good with his game management.

Giving the ball to D’Onta Foreman was a good plan, as he finished the game with two rushing touchdowns and another via the pass. The win for the Bears was their second of the season.

The Raiders, who had won back-to-back games before coming into this one, dropped to 3-4 on the season.

Kansas City Chiefs 31-17 over Los Angeles Chargers

The Kansas City Chiefs scored 24 first-half points, and that was all they needed. The Los Angeles Chargers did not score in the second half of the game.

The Patrick Mahomes to Travis Kelce had one of their best games, with 179 yards and a touchdown between them. Mahomes finished the game with 424 yards and four touchdowns in the game.

Kansas City is now 6-1 on the season, while the Los Angeles Chargers, who have been one of the most disappointing teams in the league, are now 2-4.

Pittsburgh Steelers 24-17 over Los Angeles Rams

Mike Tomlin had his team ready to go following the bye, and heading to Los Angeles, they came away with a 24-17 win. The Steelers dominated the fourth quarter of the game with a Jaylen Warren touchdown, and then Najee Harris put them ahead.

The Steelers win moved them to 4-2 on the season and just half a game back of Baltimore in the divisional race. For the Rams, they dropped to 3-4. They are still chasing the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.

Philadelphia Eagles 31-17 over Miami Dolphins

It was a big night in Philadelphia for the home team. The Eagles used 279 passing yards from Jalen Hurts, with 137 of them to AJ Brown. The Dolphins had a ton of chances but continued to shoot themselves in the foot all night.

It was the second loss of the season for Miami, who still continues to lead the AFC East. For the Eagles, they moved to 5-1 and remain at the top of the NFC East.

Week 8 Outlook

Week 8 will get started Thursday in Orchard Park with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visiting the Buffalo Bills.

Some of the best games on Sunday include the New York Jets at the New York Giants, the Minnesota Vikings at the Green Bay Packers, the Los Angeles Rams at the Dallas Cowboys, and the Cincinnati Bengals at the San Francisco 49ers.

The Sunday Night Football game features the Chicago Bears at the Los Angeles Chargers, with Monday Night Football seeing the Las Vegas Raiders on the road at the Detroit Lions.

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