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All NFL Final Scores For Week 7 of 2021 Games

The Titans, Bengals and Patriots picked up big wins in Week 7

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If Monday’s win over the Buffalo Bills wasn’t enough, the Tennessee Titans truly put the NFL on notice on Sunday.

Tennessee rolled past the Kansas City Chiefs 27-3 in Nashville. Derrick Henry had 86 rushing yards and a passing touchdown, while Ryan Tannehill had 270 passing yards, a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown. Patrick Mahomes struggled mightily on the other side, turning the ball over twice and finishing with 206 passing yards. He also had to be helped off the field after being shaken up in the fourth quarter.

The win was the third straight for the Titans since they lost to the New York Jets in overtime on Oct. 3. The Chiefs fell to 3-4 on the season after ending the 2020 regular season with a 14-2 record.

The Cincinnati Bengals made a statement of their own with a 41-17 win on the road against the Baltimore Ravens. Rookie standout Ja’Marr Chase had another spectacular performance, totaling eight receptions, 201 receiving yards and a touchdown. Lamar Jackson played fine for Baltimore, picking up 257 yards in the air and 88 yards on the ground. The result puts both teams at 5-2 atop the AFC North standings.

Another team that is rolling right now is the Green Bay Packers. Aaron Rodgers and Co. won their sixth straight game with a 24-10 victory over the Washington Football Team at Lambeau Field. The Green Bay QB tallied 274 passing yards and three touchdowns.

The New York Giants pulled off a 25-3 upset over the Carolina Panthers. Sam Darnold posted just 111 passing yards and an interception before getting benched for P.J. Walker in the fourth quarter. Devontae Booker and Dante Pettis found the end zone for the Giants.

The New England Patriots won their second game against the Jets this season. Mike White tossed two interceptions in relief of an injured Zach Wilson as the Jets dropped their 12th consecutive matchup with the Patriots. New England rookie Mac Jones surpassed the 300-yard mark for the first time in his career in the 54-13 rout.

The Atlanta Falcons won a wild game over the Miami Dolphins. Younghoe Koo hit a game-winning 36-yard field goal as time expired to cement a 30-28 victory after Matt Ryan led the Atlanta offense down the field. The result brings the Dolphins’ losing streak to six.

A revenge game between Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff came down to the final quarter, but Stafford’s squad prevailed. The Detroit Lions broke out a handful of trick plays as they went for their first victory of the season, but Goff threw two interceptions in the fourth quarter as the Los Angeles Rams came away with the 28-19 win. The Rams are now 6-1 and the Lions are 0-7.

Beyond the Lions-Rams game, the later afternoon slate featured three blowouts.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers demolished the Chicago Bears 38-3. Tom Brady threw his 600th career touchdown and four on the day, including three to Mike Evans. On the other side, Justin Fields was intercepted three times. 

In Arizona, the Cardinals stayed undefeated by taking care of business against the Houston Texans. Kyler Murray and Co. earned a 31-5 win on their way to a 7-0 record, while the Texans lost their sixth straight game.

The Las Vegas Raiders won their second straight game with a 33-22 triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles. Derek Carr went 31 of 34 for 323 passing yards, while Jalen Hurts totaled 291 yards. The Raiders forced three fumbles and recovered two of them.

It was a turnover-filled affair on Sunday night between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers, but it was the Colts that walked out of a wet and windy Levi's Stadium with a 30-18 win. Carson Wentz tossed two touchdowns on 150 passing yards while Jimmy Garoppolo struggled in his first game back from a knee injury, throwing for 181 yards with two interceptions and a fumble.

Monday Night Football wasn't exactly Drew Brees against Russell Wilson, but the New Orleans Saints edged the Seattle Seahawks 13-10. Alvin Kamara led the 4-2 Saints with 128 receiving yards on 10 catches, plus 51 rushing yards on 20 carries. Geno Smith, starting in place of the injured Wilson, connected with DK Metcalf for an 84-yard touchdown. But the Seahawks mustered just 219 total yards while falling to 2-5.

Week 7 in the NFL got started with the banged-up Cleveland Browns getting by the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football by a score of 17-14. Case Keenum threw for 199 yards and a touchdown in place of the injured Baker Mayfield. Meanwhile, D'Ernest Johnson, who got the start in the backfield with both Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt out, ran for 146 yards and secured his first NFL rushing touchdown.

Six teams are on bye this week: Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Here’s a look at the full Week 7 schedule.

Watch all NFL Week 7 games online at FuboTV (free trial here).

Last week's NFL scores

Earlier in the week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers improved to 5-1 with a 28-22 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football.

Tampa Bay took a 28-7 lead in the third quarter and staved off Philadelphia's late comeback attempt. Tom Brady threw for 297 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, while Leonard Fournette rushed for 81 yards and two scores.

Jalen Hurts rushed for two touchdowns (and passed for one TD and one pick) for a struggling Philadelphia offense. The Eagles were outgained 399-213 as they fell to 2-4 on the year.

Sunday’s Week 6 action got started across the pond with a Sunshine State showdown that went down to the wire.

Trevor Lawrence and Urban Meyer got their first NFL wins as the Jacksonville Jaguars upset the Miami Dolphins 23-20 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. While Lawrence performed well in his first professional victory, the real hero for Jacksonville was kicker Matthew Wright. A week after kickers across the NFL struggled mightily, Wright hit three field goals for the Jags on Sunday. He curled a 54-yarder with 3:45 left in the fourth to tie the game and nailed a 53-yard game-winner as time expired.

The Baltimore Ravens made the biggest statement across the NFL during Sunday's 1 p.m. ET window. Lamar Jackson and Co. dominated the Los Angeles Chargers in a battle of 4-1 teams. Baltimore scored three rushing touchdowns and held Justin Herbert out of the end zone. Los Angeles picked up just 208 total yards on the day.

It was just another day at the office for Aaron Rodgers, who led the Green Bay Packers to a 24-14 win over Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears. Rodgers tossed two touchdown passes and added another touchdown on the ground as the Packers won their fifth straight contest. Fields produced 217 total yards in his first ever matchup against Rodgers.

It was more eventful than the Minnesota Vikings would have hoped, but they pulled out a 34-28 overtime win over the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte. Sam Darnold led Carolina on a game-tying drive in the final minute of regulation, but the Vikings prevailed on a 27-yard touchdown reception from K.J. Osborn. The result brings both teams to 3-3 on the season, with the Panthers dropping their third straight contest.

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs turned things around in the second half to leave Washington with a win. Mahomes finished the day with 397 passing yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions as the Chiefs outscored the Washington Football Team 21-0 following the halftime break.

The Los Angeles Rams crushed the New York Giants by a score of 38-11 at MetLife Stadium thanks to a 28-point second quarter. Cooper Kupp continued his scorching start to the season with nine catches, 130 yards and two touchdowns. Daniel Jones turned the ball over four times as the Giants dropped to 1-5 on the season.

In Detroit, the Cincinnati Bengals cruised to a 34-11 win over the Lions. Joe Burrow threw for three touchdown passes as the Bengals improved to 4-2 on the season. The 0-6 Lions, meanwhile, are the NFL's last winless team.

The Indianapolis Colts bounced back from a brutal Monday Night Football loss with a 31-3 rout against the Houston Texans. Jonathan Taylor piled up 145 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while Carson Wentz threw for two additional scores through the air. The defeat extended the Texans' losing streak to five games.

Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb connected for a 35-yard touchdown in overtime that gave the Dallas Cowboys a 35-29 win over the New England Patriots in a back-and-forth thriller. Prescott 36-went-51 for 445 yards with three touchdowns and one interception, and Lamb had 149 receiving yards and two TDs for the 5-1 Cowboys. Trevon Diggs had his seventh interception in six games, returning it 42 yards for a touchdown in the fourth.

The Las Vegas Raiders defeated the Denver Broncos 34-24 in their first game following the resignation of Jon Gruden. Derek Carr went 18-for-27 for 341 yards and two touchdowns as the Raiders improved to 4-2 and gave interim coach Rich Bisaccia his first victory.

Kyler Murray threw for four touchdowns, two of which were to DeAndre Hopkins, as the Arizona Cardinals defeated the Cleveland Browns 37-14 to remain the lone unbeaten team in the league.

T.J. Watt forced a Geno Smith fumble with 4:16 left in overtime to set up Chris Boswell's game-winning 37-yard field goal, giving the Pittsburgh Steelers a 23-20 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football.

Najee Harris led the Steelers with 81 rushing yards on 24 carries plus 46 receiving yards and a touchdown on six catches.

Geno Smith, starting in place of the injured Russell Wilson, completed 23 of 32 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown. Smith got the Seahawks into field goal range at the end of regulation, setting up Jason Myers' 43-yarder as time expired to force OT.

Week 6 ended in dramatic fashion as the Tennessee Titans outlasted the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football, 34-31. The Bills decided to pass up a game-tying field goal attempt and instead, went for it on 4th and inches inside the 10 with 20 seconds left in the game, but Josh Allen fell just short.

Allen put up another MVP-worthy performance, throwing 353 yards with three touchdowns and a pick, adding 26 yards rushing. However, the star of the night was Derrick Henry, who ripped off 143 yards on the ground with three touchdowns, including a 76-yard run to the end zone. The Titans improved to 4-2, while the Bills dropped to 4-2, losing for the first time since Week 1.

All NFL scores from previous games

Week 5

Rams 26, Seahawks 17

Falcons 27, Jets 20

Vikings 19, Lions 17

Saints 33, Washington 22

Patriots 25, Texans 22

Buccaneers 45, Dolphins 17

Packers 25, Bengals 22 (OT)

Steelers 27, Broncos 19

Eagles 21, Panthers 18

Titans 37, Jaguars 19

Chargers 47, Browns 42

Bears 20, Raiders 9

Cardinals 17, 49ers 10

Cowboys 44, Giants 20

Bills 38, Chiefs 20

Ravens 31, Colts 25 (OT)

Week 4

Bengals 24, Jaguars 21

Washington 34, Falcons 30

Bills 40, Texans 0

Bears 24, Lions 14

Cowboys 36, Panthers 28

Colts 27, Dolphins 17

Browns 14, Vikings 7

Giants 27, Saints 21 (OT)

Jets 27, Titans 24 (OT)

Chiefs 42, Eagles 30

Cardinals 37, Rams 20

Seahawks 28, 49ers 21

Ravens 23, Broncos 7

Packers 27, Steelers 17

Buccaneers 19, Patriots 17

Chargers 28, Raiders 14

Week 3

Panthers 24, Texans 9

Titans 25, Colts 16

Falcons 17, Giants 14

Chargers 30, Chiefs 24

Bengals 24, Steelers 10

Browns 26, Bears 6

Ravens 19, Lions 17

Saints 28, Patriots 13

Cardinals 31, Jaguars 19

Bills 43, Washington 21

Broncos 26, Jets 0

Raiders 31, Dolphins 28 (OT)

Vikings 30, Seahawks 17

Rams 34, Buccaneers 24

Packers 30, 49ers 28

Cowboys 41, Eagles 21

Week 2

Washington 30, Giants 29

Patriots 25, Jets 6

Broncos 23, Jaguars 13

Bills 35, Dolphins 0

49ers 17, Eagles 11

Rams 27, Colts 24

Raiders 26, Steelers 17

Bears 20, Bengals 17

Browns 31, Texans 21

Panthers 26, Saints 7

Cardinals 34, Vikings 33

Buccaneers 48, Falcons 25

Titans 33, Seahawks 30 (OT)

Cowboys 20, Chargers 17

Ravens 36, Chiefs 35

Packers 35, Lions 17

Week 1

Buccaneers 31, Cowboys 29

Eagles 32, Falcons 6

Steelers 23, Bills 16

Bengals 27, Vikings 24

49ers 41, Lions 33

Cardinals 38, Titans 13

Seahawks 28, Colts 16

Chargers 20, Washington 16

Panthers 19, Jets 14

Texans 37, Jaguars 21

Chiefs 33, Browns 29

Dolphins 17, Patriots 16

Saints 38, Packers 3

Broncos 27, Giants 13

Rams 34, Bears 14

Raiders 33, Ravens 27

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