Jalen Hurts threw four touchdown passes, three of them to AJ Brown, as the Philadelphia Eagles, the NFL’s only undefeated team, defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-13 on Sunday. .
The Impressive Hearts completed 19 of 28 passes for 285 yards, casting aside lingering doubts about his abilities. The Steelers had no answer to his relationship with Brown, who had six receptions for 156 yards as the Eagles moved to his 7–0 run.
“This is a testament to the receiver that we have, the protection that we have kept all day,” Hartz said. No one is good, you have to draw strength from other people.”
Three touchdowns from Hearts to Brown gave the Eagles a 21-0 lead in the first half, and the win was secured in the third quarter thanks to a 34-yard pass from Hearts to Zach Pascal and an 11- . A yard touchdown run from Miles Saunders in the fourth.
“We just want to be great,” Brown said of his connection with Hearts. “He knows what I want to achieve, and I know what he wants to achieve. We’re just having fun and playing for each other.”
It was the second time in franchise history and the first time since the 2004 season that the Eagles opened the season 7-0.
“There’s no time to celebrate,” Eagles defensive tackle Javon Hargrave said.
The Minnesota Vikings improved to 6-1 with a 34-26 win over the Arizona Cardinals, Tony Pollard rushed for three touchdowns, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Chicago Bears 49-29 to 6-2. rose to
A pair of touchdowns in the third quarter gave the Vikings an 11-point lead over the Cardinals.
Arizona cut the deficit to 28–26 after Kyler Murray found Londale Moore on a 34-yard touchdown pass and Matt Prater added a field goal, but Kirk Cousins cut the deficit with a 5-yard pass to KJ Osborne. closed out the victory.
Dallas running back Pollard starred in a career-best effort, rushing for 131 yards on 14 carries and three touchdowns.
Buffalo improved to 6-1 by beating the visiting Green Bay Packers 27-17 as Josh Allen threw for 218 yards and two touchdowns.
The Packers fell 3–5 despite Aaron Rodgers throwing for 203 yards and two touchdowns and Aaron Jones rushing for 143 yards.
– McCaffrey hits the high note –
San Francisco defeated the reigning NFL champions Los Angeles Rams, 31-14, as the 49ers pushed back Christian McCaffrey. In just his second game since signing with Carolina, he has performed well.
McCaffrey became the first NFL player since Ladainian Tomlinson in 2005 and the fourth since 1970 to throw and run for a touchdown in the same game, throwing a 34-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Ayuk on a 9-yard touchdown toss. caught A scoring grab and a 1-yard touchdown run from Jimmy Garoppolo.
Derrick Henry ran 32 times for 219 yards and two touchdowns to give Tennessee a 17–10 victory over Houston. It was his sixth career 200-yard rushing performance, matching the NFL record shared by OJ Simpson and Adrian Peterson.
South Korean-born Koo kicked a 41-yard field goal in overtime to give Atlanta a 37-34 home victory, while Gino Smith threw for 212 yards and two touchdowns to beat the visiting New York Giants to Seattle. We went down 27-13. New York vs. 6-2.
A 1-yard touchdown run by Taylor Heinicke and a conversion kick with 22 seconds remaining gave Washington a 17–16 victory over Indianapolis.
Nick Faulk had five field goals in the Patriots’ 22-17 victory over the New York Jets, and Andy Dalton had 229 yards and two touchdowns in New Orleans’ 24-0 victory over Las Vegas.
Tua Tagovailoa’s third touchdown pass, 11 yards to Mike Gesicki, with 12 seconds left, gave Miami a 31-27 victory over Detroit, and Latavius Murray’s second-half 2-yard touchdown gave Denver the lead to Jacksonville in London. We won 21-17.