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Patriots Turn Tables On Giants With Victory In Final Seconds

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Patriots turn tables on Giants with victory in final seconds

Field goal seals narrow win for 9-0 Patriots

Vikings continue impressive season with Raiders victory

Manning benched despite breaking passing record


Stephen Gostkowski (3) celebrates after kicking the game-winning field goal against the New York Giants. Photograph: Robert Deutsch/USA Today Sports

Associated Press

Monday 16 November 2015 01.17 GMT Last modified on Monday 16 November 2015 01.19 GMT

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Stephen Gostkowski’s 54-yard field goal with one second remaining on Sunday kept the New England Patriots unbeaten with a 27-26 victory over the New York Giants.


After Josh Brown made his fourth field goal of the game with 1:47 remaining, Tom Brady drove the Patriots (9-0) 44 yards, converting a fourth-and-10 on the series. Gostkowski, the NFL’s leading scorer the last three seasons, sent his winning kick through the uprights.


The Giants (5-5) have given the Patriots fits under Tom Coughlin and nearly pulled off another victory. But you don’t beat New England with field goals, and a five-yard pass to Odell Beckham Jr on New York’s final drive was originally called a touchdown, then reversed by a video review.


Both Beckham and New England’s Rob Gronkowski had the longest TD catches of their careers: Beckham for 87 yards and Gronkowski for 76.


The Kansas City Chiefs prevented Peyton Manning from getting the one record he really wanted, trouncing the Denver Broncos 29-13 on the strength of five interceptions and five field goals.


Manning entered the day with 71,836 yards through the air, two shy of Brett Favre’s record and tied with Favre with 186 victories.


He finished the day with just 35 yards on 5-of-20 passing, four interceptions, two sacks and an almost unheard-of zero passer rating before being benched late in the third quarter.


The only highlight for Manning was his milestone: a four-yard pass to running back Ronnie Hillman. Even that didn’t come until he’d thrown his first interception, gotten sacked and fumbled.


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With Manning’s sore right foot preventing him from stepping into his passes properly and getting zip on his throws, coach Gary Kubiak turned to longtime backup Brock Osweiler late in the third quarter with the Broncos down 22-0.


By then, Kansas City had forced four punts in addition to picking off four of Manning’s passes in sending the Broncos well on their way to their second straight loss.


The Broncos (7-2) saw their nine-game AFC West winning streak come to an end with their first loss to the Chiefs (4-5) since Tim Tebow was their quarterback in 2011.


The Chiefs won their third straight game thanks to a stifling defense and Cairo’s field goals of 48, 49, 34, 33 and 50 yards. He missed his final try, from 48 yards.


A heavy dose of Adrian Peterson, a big special teams play and Minnesota’s usual stout defense moved the Vikings into sole possession of first place in the NFC North.


Peterson ran for 203 yards and a touchdown in his record-tying sixth career 200-yard game, Cordarrelle Patterson returned a kick 97 yards for a score and the Vikings beat the Oakland Raiders 30-14 for their fifth straight win.


Teddy Bridgewater threw a touchdown pass, and the Vikings (7-2) held the Raiders’ potent offense in check. Minnesota moved a game ahead of Green Bay in the division heading into next week’s showdown at home with the Packers.


Derek Carr threw two touchdown passes for Oakland, but also was intercepted twice. The Raiders (4-5) lost their second straight game to fall further behind in the AFC playoff race.


Minnesota squandered chances to build a two-score lead as Blair Walsh missed a 53-yard field goal at the end of the first half to snap a streak of 17 straight makes and then had a 39-yarder blocked by Keith McGill early in the fourth to keep the score at 20-14.


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