Brady rolls on as rival NFL QBs get hurt

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Tampa Bay Bucaneers' veteran superstar Tom Brady has thrown for five touchdowns as the Super Bowl champions won again, on a day when a number of teams were dealt injuries to their quarterbacks.

The 44-year-old Brady led the Buccaneers to a 48-25 win over the Atlanta Falcons to extend their win streak to a franchise-record 10 games in a row.

Their past nine victories while scoring more than 30 points is an NFL record.

Brady improved to 9-0 lifetime against the Falcons (0-2), who have dropped seven in a row going back to last season.

Rob Gronkowski caught a pair of TD passes for the third-straight game, including the Super Bowl - to tie the NFL record for consecutive games with multiple TD catches by a tight end.

Lamar Jackson finally beat Patrick Mahomes at the fourth time of asking, using his legs to rush for 107 yards and two touchdowns which included flipping into the end zone for the winning score as Baltimore defeated Kansas City 36-35.

In a wild game, the Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire fumbled as they marched down the field for a go-ahead score with the dynamic Jackson making a 2-yard run on fourth down to clinch it for the Ravens.

In Seattle, Randy Bullock hit a 36-yard field goal midway through overtime to give the Tennessee Titans a 33-30 success over the Seahawks.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray threw for 400 yards and three touchdowns but it was a missed field goal in the final seconds from Greg Joseph that allowed the hosts to hold on for a 34-33 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

Greg Zuerlein connected on a 56-yard field goal as time expired to give the Dallas Cowboys a 20-17 victory at the Los Angeles Chargers.

The visiting Buffalo Bills knocked Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa out of the game early with a rib injury and what resulted was a 35-0 drubbing for the Dolphins.

Justin Fields played the second half after Andy Dalton exited with a knee injury against his former team, and the rookie quarterback used Chicago's stellar defensive performance to direct the Bears to their first win of the season, 20-17 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Los Angeles Rams edged the Indianapolis Colts 27-24, who lost quarterback Carson Wentz with a right ankle injury.

Houston Texans QB Tyrod Taylor left the game against the Cleveland Browns with a hamstring injury and it cost his side dearly, giving up a 14-7 to lose 31-21.

Elsewhere, the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-17, the New England Patriots thumped the New York Jets 25-6, the visiting Denver Broncos won 23-13 to hand the Jacksonville Jaguars their 17th consecutive loss.

The San Francisco 49ers won 17-11 at the Philadelphia Eagles while the Carolina Panthers cruised past the New Orleans Saints 26-7.

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