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Pats stop Bears at 1 to secure 38-31 win

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CHICAGO (AP) Tom Brady held his breath as he watched the final play unfold from the sideline.

He saw Mitchell Trubisky heave the ball toward the goal line, Kevin White haul it in and a swarming defense keep the ball out of the end zone. That was just enough to preserve another victory for New England.

Brady threw for three touchdowns and the Patriots hung on to beat the Chicago Bears 38-31 Sunday when White got stopped at the 1 on a 54-yard pass from Trubisky.

Panthers come from 17 down to top Eagles

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers ruined the Philadelphia Eagles' dance party.

Newton tossed a 1-yard touchdown pass to Greg Olsen with 1:22 left and the Panthers overcame a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Eagles 21-17 on Sunday. (MORE)

Jaguars bench QB Bortles, lose to Texans

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Deshaun Watson made the 800-mile trip to Jacksonville on a private bus.

He slept, studied film, played games and watched television - all because the Houston Texans were concerned about how air pressure from flying would affect his bruised lung and injured ribs. (MORE)

Brees fourth to throw 500 TD passes

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Chargers hold off Titans in London

LONDON (AP) The Los Angeles Chargers' Adrian Phillips believes the Tennessee Titans made the right decision to go for a potential go-ahead 2-pointer with 31 seconds remaining - and not just because it failed.

Phillips broke up Marcus Mariota's pass attempt, the Titans' second after a defensive penalty on the first attempt, and the Chargers held on for a 20-19 victory on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. (MORE)

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