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NFL scores 2015: Follow all the Week 4 action from Sunday

Week 4 action started with an early morning game in London, so Sunday will have more than 14 hours of football to follow.

While bye weeks are here and there won't be another week with all 32 teams playing until Week 12, only two teams are off and Week 4 gave us the added bonus of a London game to make Sunday an extra long day of football.

The New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans are on the sideline in Week 4, while the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins kicked off the 2015 International Series with a trip to play an AFC East matchup at Wembley Stadium in London.

Despite being hit with 14 penalties, the Jets were in control for most of the game. They ran out to a 27-7 lead, and although the Dolphins tried to claw back into it, the Jets won, 27-14.

After the London matchup, there were seven games slated to kickoff at 1 p.m., including an intrastate matchup between the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills. Both teams bounced back from Week 2 losses to earn wins in Week 3 and needed to make it back-to-back wins to keep pace in competitive divisions, but the Giants were the ones able to gain ground in the NFC East. Washington was also got back in the win column with a wild comeback against the Eagles.

The rest of the early group games featured plenty of teams with young quarterbacks trying to keep early momentum going. Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders had a chance to improve to 3-1 for the first time since the 2001 season, although the team was 4-0 in 2002. In the 12 seasons that followed, the Raiders never finished the first four games of the season with a winning record. But they fell in the last minute to the Bears when Jay Cutler engineered a drive that ended in Robbie Gould's game-winning field goal.

The Broncos managed to stay perfect, despite of a late threat from the Vikings. A fourth-quarter field goal kept helped moved them to 4-0. The Packers are 4-0 too, knocking off the 49ers. The Arizona Cardinals were perfect heading into this week. The St. Louis Rams brought a stifling defense and capitalized on turnovers to hand their Cardinals their first loss of the season.

The day finished with the Saints getting their first win of the season, beating Dallas 26-20 in overtime. New Orleans kicker Zach Hocker missed a 30-yard field goal attempt at the end of regulation, but the Saints won the coin toss, and Drew Brees hit C.J. Spiller for an 80-yard touchdown on the second play of overtime -- the 400th touchdown pass of his career.

Below, we've got all of the Week 4 games, with scores updated throughout the day.

Final scores so far for Sunday:

Ravens 23, Steelers 20 (Thursday)

Jets 27, Dolphins, 14 (London)

Washington 23, Eagles 20

Panthers 37, Buccaneers 23

Bears 22, Raiders 20

Falcons 48, Texans 21

Bengals 36, Chiefs 21

Giants 24, Bills 10

Colts 16, Jaguars 13 (OT)

Chargers 30, Browns 27

Rams 24, Cardinals 22

Broncos 23, Vikings 20

Packers 17, 49ers 3

Saints 26, Cowboys 20 (OT) [RECAP]

Sunday's biggest moments

Odell Beckham Jr. is off to the best start for a WR and only he could make an incompletion look this good.

Mario Williams ate Rashad Jennings.

Ndamukong Suh kicked Ryan Fitzpatrick's helmet and even if it was unintentional, Suh's reputation precedes him.

Suh was a bit of a Grumpy Gus after the Dolphins' loss.

Jameis Winston was a generous host who kept giving the ball to the other team.

Jonathan Stewart's fumble turned into a long touchdown run for his Panthers teammate.

Sam Bradford proved he can still throw a deep pass with this 62-yard touchdown.

It didn't take DeMarco Murray long to triple his rushing yards on the season, but he doesn't think the Eagles are giving him enough touches.

Devonta Freeman had a huge day to lead the Falcons' resurgent offense.

Amari Cooper's catch was so good it made two cameramen fall over.

NFL kickers are missing a buttload of kicks this week.

Aaron Rodgers is not human.

After Jay Cutler rallied the Bears to their first win since last November, Martellus Bennett compared him to Jesus (and Keanu Reeves).

A Packers player yelled "YOU AIN'T RUSSELL WILSON" at Colin Kaepernick.

Oh, look, Richie Incognito is still a jerk.

The NFL doesn't want you to see Von Miller's super sexy sack celebration.

Stedman Bailey celebrated his touchdown catch by taking a quick nap in the end zone.

Packers fans made Levi's Stadium sound like Lambeau.

A shirtless man with an enormous belly forced the Saints to miss a game-winning field goal.

The Saints caught the Cowboys napping on their game-winning touchdown.