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NFL Recap Week 9

  • November 12, 2020
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Green Bay Packers 34 – 17 San Francisco 49ers

The Packers took another step towards clinching an early postseason berth with a strong win over the 49ers, a team that continues to look like the shade of the team that reached the Super Bowl last season. Led by Aaron Rodgers, who completed 25 of his 31 passes for 305 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions, the Packers quickly jumped out to a 21-3 lead in the first half and never looked back. In fact, Green Bay allowed just three points in the first quarter and didn’t allow a San Francisco touchdown until the fourth quarter when the game was completely out of reach for the 49ers. Nick Mullens got the start under center for the 49ers due to Jimmy Garoppolo being absent due to injury and delivered a decent performance with 291 yards and a touchdown, but he also tossed a pick, and the 49ers’ depleted defense couldn’t stop a Green Bay offense that racked up 405 total yards.

Seattle Seahawks 34 – 44 Buffalo Bills

The Bills continue to be one of the biggest surprises in the 2020 NFL season and, led by MVP candidate Josh Allen, they put up 44 points against the Seahawks and improved to 7-2 — establishing as a bonafide AFC Super Bowl contender in the process. The Bills jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and led 24-10 at the half, grabbing control of the game and making it hard for the Seahawks to attempt a comeback. The Seahawks made things closer in the third quarter, as they limited the Bills to just three points and made it a seven-point game entering the final 15 minutes, but Buffalo closed things out in the fourth to secure a big win over one of the top teams in the NFC. Josh Allen completed 31 of his 38 passes for 415 yards and three touchdown passes, and he also added a rushing score to complete his four-TD game. Stefon Diggs also made his presence felt with nine catches and 118 yards. As for the Seahawks, Russell Wilson only completed 28 of his 41 passes for 390 yards and two touchdowns, but he also tossed two picks against a stingy Buffalo defense.

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New Orleans Saints 38 – 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Saints and the Buccaneers not only played a marquee NFC South matchup, but it was also another chapter in the rivalry between Tom Brady and Drew Brees. However, the Saints dominated this game from start to finish and cruised to a 38-3 victory in what turned out to be an incredibly one-sided game. Perhaps the performances of both quarterbacks was the best reflection of how this game unfolded. While Drew Brees completed 26 of his 32 passes for 222 yards and four touchdowns, Tom Brady went only completed 22 of his 38 passes for three interceptions and no scores, as the Buccaneers only mustered three points and 194 total yards against the Saints’ 420 total yards. The Saints improved to 6-2 with the win, while the Buccaneers fell to 6-3 with the loss. Both teams, however, are the teams to beat in the NFC South based on how the season has unfolded.

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