NFL roundup: Week 6

Published On October 15, 2012 | By Kimberly Petalas

New York Jets win in a landslide, improving to 3-3 overall

The Jets win in a landslide against the Colts. (Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE)

Final Score: 35-9 Jets

After two straight loses, the Jets finally won a game. Although the Indianapolis Colts drew first blood with a 20-yard field goal 3:15  into the first, the Jets came back strong. They scored three touchdowns in the second, one in the third, and one in the fourth to secure their win against the Colts.

The Colts had three good field goals, amounting to 9 points overall, which didn’t even come close to the Jets 35 points for the day.

Giants beat 49ers, making both records 4-2

Giants have a big win over the 49ers. (Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE)

Final Score: 26-3 Giants

The San Francisco 49ers kicked a 42-yard field goal 5:22 into the first, which turned into their only 3 points for the game.

The New York Giants came back with a touchdown and field goal in the second, another touchdown and two field goals in the third, and another field goal in the fourth.

The Giants won the game and improved their record to 4-2, and the 49ers declined to 4-2.

Bills win in overtime against the Cardinals

The Bills beat the Cardinals in a very close overtime game. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE

Final Score: 19-16 Bills

The Arizona Cardinals may have scored first with a 49-yard field goal 55 seconds into the first, but the Buffalo Bills rallied back. Kevin Kolb got sacked in the end zone by Chris Kelsay for a safety (2 points) and scored a touchdown to make the score 9-3 Bills.

Two touchdowns and a field goal for the Cardinals and a touchdown by the Bills tied the game and bring it into overtime.

Just 45 seconds into overtime the Bills kicked a 25-yard field, good enough for the win.

Dolphins win at home in a close game

Dolphins win at home in a close game against the Rams. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-US PRESSWIRE

Final Score: 17-14 Dolphins

The St. Louis Rams kicked off the first quarter with a 48-yard and a 32-yard field goal, respectively. The Miami Dolphins didn’t let this stop them and scored a touchdown and a field goal in the second, leading 10-6.

The Dolphins scored another touchdown 5:20 into the third. The Rams scored the only touchdown in the fourth, with a completed two-point conversion, but still did not have enough to win the game.

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Kimberly graduated from Hofstra University in December 2012. She has been a sports fan her whole life and grew up around sports, whether it was playing or watching them. She started her writing career interning for her local newspaper, The Gardner News, where she currently works as a reporter. In college, Kimberly wrote for Long Island Report, as well as Her Campus Hofstra.