NFL Roundup: Miami Dolphins blank New York Jets 30-0 with Mostert’s stellar performance – Times of India

NFL Roundup: Miami Dolphins blank New York Jets 30-0 with Mostert's stellar performance - Times of India

New Delhi: James Cook He excelled, rushing for a career-high 179 yards and scoring two touchdowns Buffalo bills but for a convincing 31-10 victory Dallas Cowboys. Cook also contributed in the passing game, catching an 18-yard touchdown pass from the quarterback Josh Allen Early in the second trimester. Allen, known for his dual-threat ability, threw for one touchdown and ran for another. NFL record Accomplished the feat with his 10th game in a single season.
The Bulls picked up their second straight win by effectively limiting the Cowboys’ high-powered offense, holding them to just 195 total yards and 14 first downs. Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott struggled, throwing for just 134 yards and one interception, while CD Lamb managed a 3-yard rushing touchdown.
The Cowboys, despite the loss, had already clinched a postseason berth for the third straight season thanks to second-place finishes in the league. The Atlanta Falcons’ loss to the Carolina Panthers and the Green Bay Packers’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers helped Dallas secure their playoff spot.
Texans 19, Titans 16 (OT)
Kaimi Fairbairn scored a thrilling overtime victory for the Houston Texans as time expired, beating the Tennessee Titans 19-16 in Nashville. Fairbairn’s game-winning kick was his fourth field goal of the game. Despite Houston’s starting quarterback C.J. Stroud remaining in the concussion protocol, Case Keenum stepped in and completed 23 of 36 passes for 229 yards, including the game-tying touchdown.

Devin Singletary Rushing for 121 yards on 26 carries played a key role for the Texans, while Noah Brown caught eight passes for 82 yards, including the game-tying touchdown with just 3:03 left in the game. For the Titans, Will Lewis Threw for 199 yards, but it wasn’t enough because they fell to the Texans.
Dolphins 30, Jets 0
The Miami Dolphins dominated the New York Jets with an impressive 30-0 victory in Miami Gardens, Florida. Raheem Mostert had an outstanding performance, rushing for two touchdowns and setting a franchise single-season record for total touchdowns. The Dolphins defense, led by Bradley Chubb’s three sacks and impact plays, held the Jets scoreless throughout the game.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completed 21 of 24 passes for 224 yards and a touchdown. Jaylen Waddle stepped into a starring role, making eight receptions for a season-best 142 yards. The Jets struggled, losing their sixth game in seven outings with the quarterback. Zach Wilson Leaving late in second quarter due to concussion.
Panthers 9, Falcons 7
In a low-scoring affair, Atlanta won 9–7 against the Falcons. Eddie Pinero’s 23-yard field goal as time expired turned Carolina’s only lead of the game into a dramatic win. The game-winning drive went 90 yards on 17 plays, taking the final 7 minutes and 35 seconds.
Quarterback Bryce Young, in his first start, was 18 of 24 for 157 yards as Carolina won for the first time under interim coach Chris Tabor. The loss dropped the Falcons out of a share of first place in the NFC South, dropping them to 6-8. Atlanta quarterback Desmond Ryder Threw for a touchdown but also had a key interception in the fourth quarter.
Browns 20, Bears 17
Joe Flacco orchestrated a fourth-quarter comeback, overcoming three interceptions, and Dustin Hopkins made the go-ahead field goal to give the Cleveland Browns a 20-17 victory over the Chicago Bears. Flacco completed 28 of 44 passes for 372 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Browns to their ninth win of the season.

David Njoku caught 10 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, while Amari Cooper added four receptions for 109 yards and a score. Despite a strong defensive effort by the Bears, including 2.5 sacks by Montez Sweet and an interception return for a touchdown by Terrell Edmonds, they fell out of playoff contention with a 5–9 record.
Buccaneers 34, Packers 20
Baker Mayfield had a stellar performance, completing 22 of 28 passes for 381 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 34-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Chris Godwin had a stellar game with 10 catches for 155 yards, contributing to the Buccaneers’ offensive success.
Despite Jordan Lowe’s solid performance with 284 passing yards and two touchdowns for the Packers, it wasn’t enough to overcome the Buccaneers’ offensive might. The win improves the Buccaneers’ record to 7-7, while the Packers fall to 6-8.
Saints 24, Giants 6
Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes as the New Orleans Saints cruised to a 24-6 victory over the New York Giants. Carr completed 23 of 28 passes for 218 yards, connecting with 10 different receivers, including three for touchdowns. Alvin Kumara contributed both on the ground and through the air with 66 rushing yards and 44 receiving yards on five receptions.
Giants rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito, who left the game briefly for a concussion check, completed 20 of 34 passes for 177 yards. The Saints improved to 7-7 with the win, while the Giants’ three-game winning streak ended as they fell to 5-9.
(with input from Reuters)

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