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NFL scores and results: Cowboys dominate, Browns, Eagles impress

The Cowboys established themselves as perhaps the best team in the NFC after downing the Seahawks in Seattle. The Eagles capped Sunday with a resounding 27-0 win against the Giants on Sunday night.

The Cowboys rolled into Seattle as underdogs, and left with a strong argument as the best team in the conference after a 30-23 win that wasn't as close as the score indicated. The Seahawks benefited from 17 points off a blocked punt and two bad turnovers that gave them short fields. Otherwise, the Cowboys looked dominant, shutting down the Seahawks' offense and paving the way for a record day from DeMarco Murray, who rushed for 115 yards.

In the afternoon, New England also had a renaissance. All but left for dead a week ago, the Patriots got their chance to reclaim the top spot in the AFC East when they took on the Bills on Sunday, and seized it. Tom Brady threw for 361 yards an four touchdowns against a confused secondary, spoiling a strong game by Buffalo's front seven for a 37-22 win.

The afternoon slate was highlighted by crazy finishes. Titans-Jaguars ended in a blocked field goal, the Packers beat the Dolphins on a fake spike, and Bengals-Panthers ended in a tie after the evening game had already well-begun.

The Eagles looked good on Sunday Night Football shutting out the Giants in a 27-0 victory. Not only did New York lose, but Victor Cruz suffered a torn patellar tendon.

Here is the full list of results from Sunday.

Cleveland Browns 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 10 (final) | Recap
New England Patriots 37, Buffalo Bills 22 (final) | Recap
Tennessee Titans 16, Jacksonville Jaguars 14 (final)
Green Bay Packers 27, Miami Dolphins 24 (final) | Recap
Detroit Lions 17, Minnesota Vikings 3 (final)
Denver Broncos 37, New York Jets 21 (final) | Recap
Baltimore Ravens 48, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 (final)
Cincinnati Bengals 37, Carolina Panthers 37 (final, OT) | Recap
San Diego Chargers 31, Oakland Raiders 28 (final) | Recap
Dallas Cowboys 30, Seattle Seahawks 23 (final) | Recap
Chicago Bears 27, Atlanta Falcons 13 (final)
Arizona Cardinals 30, Washington 20 (final) | Recap
Philadelphia Eagles 27, New York Giants 0 (final) | Recap