NFL games, Week 3: Bears, Saints, Dolphins stay undefeated

Seven teams are undefeated through three games, with the Broncos looking to stay that way Monday night against the Raiders. Take a look back at all the results from Week 3.

The Giants and Cowboys were two NFC East teams heading in different directions early in Week 3. The Cowboys rolled past the Rams in a game that was not competitive early in the first half, while the Giants offense was miserable in a 38-0 blowout. New York remains winless as do the Vikings, who fell to the Brian Hoyer-led Browns in the final minute in Minnesota.

Texans 9, Ravens 30 (Full coverage)
Giants 0, Panthers 38 (
Full coverage)
Packers 30,  Bengals 34 (
Full coverage)
Rams 7, Cowboys 31 (
Full coverage)
Browns 31, Vikings 27 (
Full coverage)
Buccaneers 3, Patriots 23 (
Full coverage)
Cardinals 7, Saints 31 (
Full coverage)
Chargers 17, Titans 20 (
Full coverage)
Lions 27, Redskins 20 (
Full coverage)
Falcons 23, Dolphins 27 (
Full coverage)
Bills 27, Jets 20 (
Full coverage)
Jaguars 17, Seahawks 45 (
Full coverage)
Colts 27, 49ers 7 (
Full coverage)
Bears 40, Steelers 23 (
Full coverage)

Monday

Raiders at Broncos, 8:40 p.m. ET (Full coverage)

Thursday

Chiefs 26, Eagles 16 (full coverage)

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