NFL Week 7 live updates: Lions-Ravens, Bills-Patriots, more

Week 7 of the NFL season continues Sunday with 11 games taking place throughout the day.

In the early window, the Bills take on the Patriots in a battle between AFC East foes. In Baltimore, the Ravens host the Lions as both teams try to continue their winning ways to start the season.  

Later, the Steelers take on the Rams in Los Angeles in a battle between squads with three wins. Also, the Chiefs host the Chargers in an exciting AFC West matchup that features two of the league’s best quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert.

Closing things out, the Eagles host the Dolphins on Sunday Night Football in a potential Super Bowl preview as both teams are 5-1. 

Here are the top moments!

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Runnin’ Ridder

Desmond Ridder shook off his three-interception game from last week early on in Sunday’s game, using his legs to get a score and give the Falcons an early lead.

On the money to Mike for a TD, but not as crisp on the leap

Baker Mayfield hit Mike Evans in stride for a deep 40-yard touchdown pass to help even the game up, but the star receiver’s leap attempt didn’t go as smoothly.

Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens


Lamar Jackson not only converted the first down on fourth-and-1, but he also rushed into the end zone for a 7-yard score to give Baltimore an early 7-0 lead. 

Patient Lamar

Jackson added his second touchdown of the day later in the first quarter, staying patient in the pocket before tossing a ball in the end zone to Nelson Agholor to give the Ravens a 14-0 lead.

Ravens rolling

Baltimore continued to dominate for much of the first half with Gus Edwards taking Jackson’s pitch in the second quarter for a 2-yard score, giving it a 28-0 lead.

Las Vegas Raiders at Chicago Bears

Foreman the touchdown man

D’Onta Foreman capped off an impressive drive led by undrafted rookie quarterback Tyson Bagent by rushing for a 2-yard score, giving the Bears a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter.

Washington Commanders at New York Giants

Barkley breaks loose!

Saquon Barkley helped the Giants’ offense in a major way once again on Sunday, turning Tyrod Taylor‘s dump off pass into a 32-yard touchdown to give them a 14-0 lead in the second quarter.

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots

Zeke eating early

The Patriots capitalized off Josh Allen‘s interception in the first quarter by turning around and getting six points. Ezekiel Elliott closed off the drive by rushing for a 1-yard score to give New England an early 10-0 lead. 

Bills cook up a touchdown

The Bills finally found the end zone for the first time on Sunday in the third quarter, with Allen hitting James Cook out of the backfield on a pass that the running back turned into a touchdown. Buffalo cut New England’s lead to 13-10 with the score.

Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts

Ford focus

Jerome Ford took off and ran for a 69-yard touchdown on the Browns opening drive, giving them an early 7-0 lead.

Minshew on the move for 6!

Gardner Minshew took off and ran for a 17-yard score to help give the Colts a 14-7 lead in the second quarter. 

Watson hurt

Deshaun Watson left Sunday’s game in the second quarter after taking a hard hit with P.J. Walker replacing him. Watson was questionable entering Sunday’s game after missing the last two games due to a shoulder injury. 

Wildcat score

Kareem Hunt helped the Browns even things back up in the second quarter when he rushed for a 2-yard score on a play out of the wildcat formation. 

Myles makes a play

Myles Garrett helped keep points off the board, blocking Matt Gay‘s 60-yard field goal that helped set the Browns up for a field goal themselves to take a 17-14 lead.

Minshew mania!

The Colts QB found the end zone for a second time with his legs late in the first half, rushing for a 4-yard score to give the Colts a 21-17 lead.

Myles makes it happen again!

Garrett made another standout play, but his time the Browns scored six points directly off his play. The star edge stripped-sacked Minshew in the end zone, leading to a Browns fumble recovery for a touchdown that gave them a 24-21 lead.

Coming up:

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (4:05 PM ET on FOX)

Arizona Cardinals


Seattle Seahawks


Pittsburg Steelers at Los Angeles Rams (4:05 PM ET on FOX)

Pittsburgh Steelers


Los Angeles Rams


Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs (4:25 PM ET)

Los Angeles Chargers


Kansas City Chiefs


Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos (4:25 PM ET)

Green Bay Packers


Denver Broncos


Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles (8:20 PM ET)

Miami Dolphins


Philadelphia Eagles


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