NFL scores Week 4: Full results, highlights from Sunday’s games

first_img Vikings at Bears Week 4 of the 2019 NFL season arrived with the same trend that defined much of last year: Quarterbacks around the league are lighting up scoreboards at a record pace.Through the first three weeks of the season, 11 quarterbacks had a passer rating of 100 or higher (minimum 20 attempts), the most through three weeks in NFL history. That list of QBs included two rookies, the Giants’ Daniel Jones and the Jaguars’ Gardner Minshew, along with two second-year QBs, the Panthers’ Kyle Allen and the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson. In total, six QBs under the age of 25 and eight under the age of 30 had a passer rating of 100 or higher (minimum 20 attempts) through the first three weeks. Buccaneers at Rams Patriots at Bills Chargers at Dolphins Redskins at Giants Raiders at Colts Jaguars at Broncos Titans at Falcons MORE: Watch select NFL regular-season games with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Of course, all of those young passers are chasing Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs QB passed for 378 yards with 3 TDs and no INTs in Week 1 and 443 yards with 4 TDs and no INTs in Week 2, making him the first player to record at least 350 passing yards, 3 TD passes and no INTs in three consecutive games in NFL history. Dating back to Week 6 of last season, the reigning league MVP entered Sunday’s game against the Lions having thrown at least 2 TD passes in 14 consecutive games.That streak ended Sunday, but Mahomes and the Chiefs left Detroit with a win.Sporting News provided live scoring updates and highlights from Week 4 of the 2019 NFL season. Below are the results.NFL scores, results for Week 4Follow SN’s live scoreboard for stats and more.Thursday, Sept. 26GamePhiladelphia Eagles 34, Green Bay Packers 27 Sunday, Sept. 29GameTennessee Titans 24, Atlanta Falcons 10New York Giants 24, Washington Redskins 3Los Angeles Chargers 30, Miami Dolphins 10Oakland Raiders 31, Indianapolis Colts 24Carolina Panthers 16, Houston Texans 10Kansas City Chiefs 34, Detroit Lions 30Cleveland Browns 40, Baltimore Ravens 25New England Patriots 16, Buffalo Bills 10Tampa Bay Buccaneers 55, Los Angeles Rams 40Seattle Seahawks 27, Arizona Cardinals 10Chicago Bears 16, Minnesota Vikings 6Jacksonville Jaguars 26, Denver Broncos 24New Orleans Saints 12, Dallas Cowboys 10 Monday, Sept. 30GameTimeTVCincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers8:15 p.m.ESPNMORE: Watch every NFL regular season game and RedZone on DAZN (Canada Only)Highlights from Week 4 NFL gamesBrowns at Ravens Seahawks at Cardinals Chiefs at Lions Panthers at Texanslast_img

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