Week 7 NFL scores haven’t been as expected, including some very high scoring games. One of the week 7 NFL scores that will debated for a while will be the Pittsburgh vs. Miami game, where a controversial call near the end of the fourth quarter was the difference in the ball game.
With Miami up 22-20, Ben Roethlisberger scrambled and went into the end zone with what was called a touchdown at first. It was appealed though, as he had fumbled, and after the replay was reviewed, the officials stated that he had indeed fumbled the ball before he got in the end zone. But Miami was not given the ball, rather Pittsburgh was allowed a play from the half-yard line. The Steelers would kick a field goal to win the game 23-22, and moved to 5-1 on the 2010 season.
Then there was the New Orleans Saints who fell hard. New Orleans hosted the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and Cleveland absolutely blew them out of the water. The game wasn’t even close, with the Browns taking a 20-3 lead into halftime and holding a big lead until the final whistle. Kansas City was also a big winner, going to town on the Jacksonville Jaguars, and scoring 42 points in the process. That is the best offensive output we have seen from a Kansas City team in quite some time.
Other early week 7 NFL scores included the Atlanta Falcons beating the Cincinnati Bengals, the Washington Redskins beating the Chicago Bears, and the Tennessee Titans beating the Philadelphia Eagles.
There are still a few games that will take place later on Sunday, including Seattle vs. Arizona for first place in the NFC West, New England vs. San Diego in a great AFC game, and then Minnesota vs. Green Bay in the return of Brett Favre to Packers territory.