Jalen Hurts he excelled with four touchdowns in the victory of the Philadelphia Eagles over the Commanders 38-31on a day where the Dolphins' victory against the New England Patriots stood out.
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Hurts completed 29 of 38 passes and the Eagles improved to 7-1while the Commanders capital residents fell to 3-5.
Eagles wide receiver AJ Brown became the first player in NFL history with 125 or more yards of reception in six consecutive gamesholding eight receptions on Sunday for 130 yards and two touchdowns.
"I'm trying to take advantage of every opportunity, enjoy the game and have fun," Brown said.
Sam Howellfrom Washington, the NFL quarterback with more catches this seasonlaunched for 397 yards and four touchdowns in a losing cause.
The Commanders ahead 14-3 with first two releases touchdown by Howell and the kicker Joey Slye scored a 61-yard field goalteam record, one second before halftime to give Washington an advantage of 17-10.
Brown made his second touchdown catch with a 25-yard pass from Hurts when the Eagles tied 17-17 at the end of the third quarter.
Howell responded with a throw of touchdown to Logan Thomas, but Hurts connected with running back DeVonta Smith to raise the level of the Eagles again.
In Dallas, the marshal Prescott completed 25 of 31 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Cowboys (5-2) about the Rams 43-20 for an eleventh consecutive win at home.
Cee Dee Lamb caught 12 passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns, while Jake Ferguson and Brandin Cooks also they caught passes touchdown for Dallas.
The Cowboys fell one game behind Eagles in the North Division of the National Conference.
In Miami, the marshal Tua Tagovailoa scored three touchdowns to spark the host Dolphins (6-2) on the visitor New England Patriots with blackboard 31-17.
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