NFL Week 9 live updates: Chiefs beat Dolphins in Germany, Rams-Packers, Vikings-Falcons live

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Nov. 5, 2023 4:15 p.m. ET

Week 9 of the NFL season continues Sunday with a full slate of matchups, and we’ve got you covered with all the action.

The Kansas City Chiefs kicked things off by beating the Miami Dolphins in Germany in what was a clash between AFC titans and the fourth of five international games slated for the 2023 season — and first contest all-time in Frankfurt.

Later, the afternoon slate is highlighted by a matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles on FOX, followed by the Buffalo Bills taking on the Cincinnati Bengals to close things out on Sunday Night Football.

Here are the top moments!

FINAL: Green Bay Packers 20, Los Angeles Rams 3

Matthew Stafford OUT

Brett Rypien got the start at quarterback for the Rams in place of Stafford (thumb).

Power football

Seven plays after the Packers recovered a Rypien fumble, Aaron Jones ran in a 3-yard touchdown.

Rams ball?!?!

On the first play of the second half, Packers quarterback Jordan Love hit wide receiver Dontayvion Wicks, who reached for the first down but then fumbled the ball near the sideline and Rams defensive back Ahkello Witherspoon recovered the loose ball in bounds.

Packers take control

Love found an open Luke Musgrave in the middle of the field, and the tight end thundered into the end zone for a 20-yard score. The Packers led 20-3.

Minnesota Vikings at Atlanta Falcons

Jaren Hall OUT

Hall left the game for the Vikings with a concussion and was ruled out. Joshua Dobbs entered the game at quarterback.

Making it happen

Two plays after Dobbs scrambled for a first down on third-and-10, as shown below, the quarterback hit Alexander Mattison for a Vikings touchdown. Minnesota trailed 11-10.

60-yard dash

Falcons quarterback Taylor Heinicke got the ball out to tight end Jonnu Smith, who took off down the sideline for a 60-yard touchdown.

Tie game!

On the sixth play of the ensuing possession, Dobbs ran in an 18-yard touchdown for the Vikings, who then converted a two-point attempt to tie the game at 21 apiece.

Falcons retake lead

On the 13th play of the drive, Falcons running back Tyler Allgeier powered in a go-ahead, five-yard score.

Vikings get it back!

Three plays after Dobbs scrambled for 22 yards, the quarterback hit wide receiver Brandon Powell for a go-ahead, 7-yard Vikings touchdown with 22 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.

FINAL: Washington Commanders 20, New England Patriots 17

Run around ’em

Early in the second quarter, Brian Robinson ran in a 9-yard score for the Commanders, giving them a 10-0 lead.

Pats capitalize

Three plays after the Patriots recovered a Robinson fumble, Mac Jones hit tight end Hunter Henry for a 14-yard touchdown, getting the Patriots on the board.


Rhamondre Stevenson took off for a 64-yard rushing touchdown, giving the Patriots the lead.

A dime!

Howell threw it up for wide receiver Jahan Dotson, who came down with the contested 33-yard touchdown. Washington then got a field goal on its next drive, taking a 20-17 lead.

Commanders close it out

Commanders defensive back Jartavius Martin intercepted Jones in the closing moments. Washington then took a knee to end the game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans

Rip it

Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud hit Nico Collins in the red zone, and the wide receiver got into the end zone for a 14-yard score.


Tampa Bay took the lead late in the first quarter when Baker Mayfield hit tight end Cade Otton for a 3-yard score.

Walk it in

Rachaad White ran in a goal-line score for the Buccaneers, giving them a two-score lead.

It keeps you running

On the first play of Houston’s first drive of the second half, Stroud found wide receiver Noah Brown, who ran down the sideline for a 75-yard touchdown. That said, Texans kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn suffered an injury and remains out of the game, forcing them to unsuccessfully attempt a two-point conversion.

Rookie connection

After Tampa Bay put its second field goal of the second half on the board, Stroud hit wide receiver Tank Dell in the back of the end zone for a 29-yard Houston score. That said, the Texans failed a two-point attempt.

Lead change

With Fairbairn still out, Houston went for it on fourth-and-goal from the 9-yard line, but Stroud hooked up with tight end Dalton Schultz for a touchdown. Then Stroud snuck in a two-point attempt. The Texans led 30-23.

HUGE pass sets up TD

Mayfield hit wide receiver Mike Evans for a 53-yard completion. Two plays later, White ran in a game-tying, goal-line score for the Buccaneers.

Running back field goal!

Houston brought running back Dare Ogunbowale out to attempt a 29-yard field goal, and he drilled it.

FINAL: New Orleans Saints 24, Chicago Bears 17

That’s mine

Bears quarterback Tyson Bagent threw it up for Cole Kmet, and the tight end reached out for a tremendous 18-yard touchdown.

Saints tie it

Ten plays after the Saints intercepted Bagent, Derek Carr hit wide receiver Chris Olave for an 8-yard touchdown.

They do it again

Bagent hit Kmet in stride near the pylon for their second touchdown connection. This time, it was a 9-yard score for the Bears.

Saints strike back

Carr hit Taysom Hall for a 2-yard score, evening up the score at 14 apiece.

Taysom throws one

After catching a touchdown earlier in the game, Hill hit tight end Juwan Johnson in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown, giving the Saints the lead, which they’d ultimately preserve.

FINAL: Baltimore Ravens 37, Seattle Seahawks 3

Ravens strike first

Baltimore broke the ice early in the second quarter when Gus Edwards ran in a 4-yard score.

Just give it to Gus

Edwards ran in another score late in the second quarter, giving the Ravens a 14-0 lead. It was his fifth rushing touchdown in six quarters.

Running away with it

After forcing a second consecutive Seattle three-and-out, Baltimore took a 30-3 lead when Keaton Mitchell ran through the defense for a 40-yard touchdown.

OBJ find the end zone

Beckham reeled in his first touchdown of the season midway through the fourth quarter for the Ravens.

FINAL: Cleveland Browns 27, Arizona Cardinals 0

Stay on it!

Eleven plays after the Browns intercepted Clayton Tune, Deshaun Watson threw a pass off a defender, but it bounced into the hands of wide receiver Amari Cooper for an 11-yard touchdown. Cleveland led 10-0.

Browns capitalize

Three plays after the Browns recovered a Tune fumble, Watson hit tight end David Njoku for a 5-yard touchdown. Cleveland led 20-0.

Stay tuned for updates!

FINAL: Kansas City Chiefs 21, Miami Dolphins 14

What was that?

That was fast!

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs roared down the field to begin the game, throwing for 71 yards on the drive. On the seventh play of the opening possession, Mahomes got the ball out to wide receiver Rashee Rice, who ran in an 11-yard touchdown.


Late in the second quarter, Kansas City put together a 13-play, 95-yard touchdown drive. It culminated with Mahomes hitting running back Jerick McKinnon, who thundered into the end zone for a 17-yard score.


Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill‘s reception was stuffed by Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie, who stripped the ball from Hill. Safety Mike Edwards then recovered the loose ball and later lateraled it to Bryan Cook, who ran it back for a Chiefs touchdown. Kansas City led 21-0 at halftime.


The Dolphins got on the board late in the third quarter when Tagovailoa threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr.

Dolphins capitalize

Four plays after the Dolphins forced and recovered a Mahomes fumble, Raheem Mostert ran in a 13-yard score, pulling them to within one score.

Bad snap ends it

Miami got the ball into Kansas City territory in the final minutes, but it was unable to even up the score.

Coming up:

Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers (4:05 p.m. ET)

Indianapolis Colts


Carolina Panthers


Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

Dallas Cowboys


Philadelphia Eagles


New York Giants at Las Vegas Raiders (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)

New York Giants


Las Vegas Raiders


Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals (8:20 p.m. ET)

Buffalo Bills


Cincinnati Bengals


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