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‚ÄčThe Packers settled for a 27-yard field goal after the timeout.

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Latavius Murray scored on two 1-yard runs and Sebastian Janikoswki kicked two field goals to help the Oakland Raiders take a 20-10 halftime lead over the Denver Broncos in the biggest game at the Coliseum in years.

After 13 straight years without a playoff berth, the Raiders reached the halfway point of the season tied for first place in the AFC West with the Broncos, leading to a hyped environment for the first meeting of the season between the cheap NFL jerseys two teams Sunday night.

Oakland rode that energy to a strong start. The defense forced three-and-outs on the first four drives for Denver and Derek Carr and the offense moved the ball efficiently against the Broncos heralded defense to take the half.

A furry critter has livened up the crowd at Lambeau Field in what has been a tough game so far Sunday for the Green Bay Packers.

The squirrel first made its appearance in the first half, then returned late in the third quarter. With the Packers driving at about the Colts 12, the squirrel dashed along the goal line, forcing the officials to call timeout.

The squirrel finally went out of bounds, but not before causing a stir on social media with many fans joking the animal was seeing more of the end zone than the Packers.

Home teams went 4-2 in early games Sunday, with the lone losing hosts being winless Cleveland and slumping Minnesota.

Dallas routed the Browns 35-10, with Dak Prescott throwing three touchdown passes and New York Giants jerseys fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott running for 92 yards and two scores. Detroit edged the Vikings 22-16 wholesale NFL jerseys in overtime, ending wholesale jerseys the game on Matthew Stafford's 28-yard TD pass to Golden Tate.

Eli Manning had four TD passes to lead the New York Giants over Philadelphia 28-23.

Ben Roethlisberger returned from knee surgery and rallied Pittsburgh in the second half at Baltimore, throwing for a TD and running for a score, but it wasn't enough. The Ravens won 21-14. Mike Wallace finished with four catches for 124 yards, including a 95-yarder for a TD.

Kenyan Drake's 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the difference for Miami, which beat the New York Jets 27-23.

And banged-up Kansas City, which played without quarterback Alex Smith, running back Jamaal Charles and receiver Jeremy Maclin, held cheap jerseys on to be turnover-prone Jacksonville 19-14.


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