Packers with Aaron Jones beat Panthers, Vikings defeat Cowboys


Successful evening for the Green Bay Packers.

The team of Head Coach Matt LaFleur won in a duel with the Carolina Panthers a 24:16 home win.

Outstanding man was again Aaron Jones. The running back of the Wisconsin franchise completed all three touchdowns of his team. For the second time in one season, Jones has managed to reach the endzone three times.

The 24-year-old is now the first Packers player since Sterling Sharpe in 1994, who has managed two more games with three touchdowns in one season.

Rodgers brings Jones in MVP races

After the game Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers brought his running back into the fight for the MVP title. "We all know that Christian (McCaffrey, ed.) Is a very talented player and that he's definitely going to play a role in the MVP race, but I think it's time, Aaron Jones too into the talks, "said the playmaker.

Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey ran 108 more yards than his opponent in the Packers (93), but managed only a touchdown early in the last quarter.

For a win this and the touchdown of Curtis Samuel at the beginning but not enough, because alone Aaron Jones in the meantime brought 18 points for the Packers on the scoreboard.

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Packers quarterback Rodgers threw for 233 yards, but did not manage a touchdown. Kyle Allen, who plays since the season out of Cam Newton for the Panthers as a playmaker, threw for 307 yards. He recorded a touchdown pass but also an interception.

The Packers thrive with a record of 8: 2 as leaders of the NFC North, the Panthers ranked with five wins in four defeats in second place of the NFC South.

Dalvin Cook convinces for Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings also won in the evening.

The team of quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​has celebrated in the NFL a 28-24 success against the Dallas Cowboys. For Minnesota, the first victory in this duel for a long time. In the last ten meetings, the Vikings were the losers nine times, once drew.

Especially Running Back Dalvin Cook contributed to the success of the Vikings. The 24-year-old overcame a total of 97 yards and scored the so important for the Vikings touchdown with a two-yard run just two seconds before the end of the third quarter.

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Previously, Minnesota had shone in the first section, especially in the person of Kyle Rudolph. The receiver gets two touchdowns to pass by Kirk cousins. The start of the game went well for head coach Mike Zimmer, but the cowboys battled back.

Vikings are just short of cowboys

Michael Gallup and Randall Cobb were each pleased with a touchdown pass from Dak Prescott, the equalizer for 14:14 was made. Two Vikings field goals, as well as a touchdown by Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper, gave Dallas a tight one-point lead before Dalvin Cook's touchdown and a successful two-point conversion brought the Vikings into the lead.

The subsequent field goal of the cowboys had no influence on that.

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​posted 23 of his 32 passes for 220 yards. He also gets two touchdown passes. His opponent Dak Prescott impressed with 397 yards, but also brought 18 of his 46 passes not with a teammate. In addition to three touchdown passes but he had to accept an interception.

The Vikings ranked second in the NFC North with a record of 7: 3 and the Cowboys are leading the NFC East 5: 4.

The Miami Dolphins, meanwhile, defeated the Indianapolis Colts and celebrated after many bankruptcies at the beginning of their second consecutive victory. The Rams conceded an unexpected defeat against the Steelers.

The results of the 10th week at a glance:

Friday, November 8:

Oakland Raiders – Los Angeles Chargers 26:24

Sunday, November 10th:

Cincinnati Bengals – Baltimore Ravens 13:49
Cleveland Browns – Buffalo Bills 19:16
New Orleans Saints – Atlanta Falcons 9:26
Chicago Bears – Detroit Lions 20:13
New York Jets – New York Giants 34:27
Tennessee Titans – Kansas City Chiefs 35:32
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Arizona Cardinals 30:27
Indianapolis Colts – Miami Dolphins 12:16
Green Bay Packers – Carolina Panthers 24:16
Pittsburgh Steelers – Los Angeles Rams 17:12

Monday, November 11:

Dallas Cowboys – Minnesota Vikings 24:28

Tuesday, November 12:

San Francisco 49ers – Seattle Seahawks (2:15 pm)

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