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            Alabama NFL roundup: Minkah Fitzpatrick saves Steelers

            The AFC North showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens on Sunday came down to one play – and Minkah Fitzpatrick made it.

            The Ravens trailed by four points with five seconds to play, but Baltimore had the football at the Pittsburgh 23-yard line. When quarterback Lamar Jackson tried to connect with wide receiver Willie Snead in the end zone, Fitzpatrick broke up the pass to secure a 28-24 victory for Pittsburgh.

            The Steelers remained the NFL’s only undefeated team with their seventh victory of the season. Baltimore dropped to 5-2.

            Fitzpatrick also helped turn back the Ravens on their next-to-last possession. With his fourth tackle in a six-snap stretch, Fitzpatrick caused Jackson to fumble on a fourth-and-3 play at the Pittsburgh 8-yard line. Steelers linebacker Robert Spillane recovered the loose football at the 6-yard line with 1:57 to play.

            Fitzpatrick finished the game with seven tackles.

            Fitzpatrick was among the 36 former Alabama players who got on the field on the eighth Sunday of the NFL’s 101st season.

            Six other former Alabama players were at the Steelers-Ravens game:

            · Bradley Bozeman (Handley) started at left guard for the Ravens.

            · Steelers defensive end Isaiah Buggs made five tackles and registered one quarterback hit. Buggs had five tackles in his NFL career entering the game. Buggs received the most extensive playing time of his career filling in for nose tackle Tyson Alualu, who left the game with a knee injury.

            · Ravens guard D.J. Fluker (Foley) played but did not record any stats.

            · Steelers center J.C. Hassenauer played but did not record any stats.

            · Marlon Humphrey (Hoover) started at left cornerback for the Ravens. Humphrey made four tackles.

            · Ravens running back Mark Ingram was designated as a game-day inactive. Ingram sustained an ankle injury in Baltimore’s previous game and did not practice in preparation for Sunday’s game.

            In the other Sunday games:

            Buffalo Bills 24, New England Patriots 21

            · Damien Harris started at running back for the Patriots. Harris ran for 102 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries. Harris' 22-yard run with 3:03 left in the third quarter accounted for his first NFL touchdown. Although he was listed as a limited participant in practice over the past week because of an ankle injury, Harris recorded his second 100-yard game in four outings this season.

            WATCH DAMIEN HARRIS SCORE HIS FIRST NFL TOUCHDOWN

            · Patriots linebacker Anfernee Jennings (Dadeville) played but did not record any stats.

            · Levi Wallace started at left cornerback for the Bills after spending the previous three games on injured reserve with an ankle injury. Wallace made two tackles.

            · Bills running back T.J. Yeldon (Daphne) was designated as a game-day inactive.

            Cincinnati Bengals 31, Tennessee Titans 20

            · Bengals cornerback Tony Brown made a special-teams tackle.

            · Rashaan Evans (Auburn High) started at inside linebacker for the Titans. Evans made six tackles.

            · Derrick Henry started at running back for the Titans. Henry ran for 112 yards and one touchdown on 18 carries. Henry scored on a 3-yard run with 6:04 left in the first half as Tennessee cut Cincinnati’s lead to 10-7. Henry turned in his 14th regular-season game with 100 rushing yards, and he also has three 100-yard postseason performances, and Sunday’s game was the first of those contests that the Titans lost.

            · Bengals offensive tackle Jonah Williams was designated as a game-day inactive. Williams suffered a neck injury in Cincinnati’s previous game and did not practice in preparation for Sunday’s game.

            Las Vegas Raiders 16, Cleveland Browns 6

            · Ronnie Harrison started at strong safety for the Browns. Harrison led Cleveland with 10 tackles and broke up a pass. Harrison tied his single-game high for tackles, matching the 10 he had against the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 19, 2019, while playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

            · Josh Jacobs started at running back for the Raiders. Jacobs ran for 128 yards on 31 carries. Jacobs was coming off the least productive game of his NFL career after rushing for 17 yards on 10 carries in Las Vegas' 45-20 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 25. Against Cleveland, Jacobs reached a career high for rushing yards, eclipsing a 124-yard performance against the Green Bay Packers on Oct. 20, 2019. On the Raiders' next-to-last possession, Jacobs managed only 1 yard on three carries after Las Vegas reached a first down at the Cleveland 2-yard line, and the Raiders settled for a field goal with 4:24 to play. But when Las Vegas got the ball back with 1:54 remaining, Jacobs picked up two first downs by accumulating 28 yards over five consecutive carries as the Raiders ran out the clock.

            · Henry Ruggs III (Lee-Montgomery) started at wide receiver for the Raiders. Ruggs caught two passes for 8 yards and had a 1-yard run.

            · Jedrick Wills started at left offensive tackle for the Browns.

            · Browns linebacker Mack Wilson (Carver-Montgomery) made six tackles.

            Indianapolis Colts 41, Detroit Lions 21

            · Lions defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage.

            · Ryan Kelly started at center for the Colts. Kelly played even though he did not practice on Thursday and Friday because of a knee injury.

            · Reggie Ragland (Bob Jones) started at linebacker for the Lions. Ragland made two tackles.

            Minnesota Vikings 28, Green Bay Packers 22

            · Packers punter JK Scott had only one punt – a 38-yarder that went out of bounds at the Minnesota 6-yard line on the first snap of the fourth quarter.

            · Vikings tight end Irv Smith Jr. caught a 16-yard pass, part of a 12-play, 67-yard drive that resulted in a second-quarter touchdown.

            Kansas City Chiefs 35, New York Jets 9

            · Quinnen Williams (Wenonah) started at defensive tackle for the Jets. Williams made three tackles, including two behind the line of scrimmage, and registered a quarterback hit. Williams missed some time during the game because of a hamstring injury.

            Miami Dolphins 28, Los Angeles Rams 17

            · Raekwon Davis started at nose tackle for the Dolphins. Davis made four tackles.

            · Rams outside linebacker Terrell Lewis played but did not record any stats.

            · Rams defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson was designated as a game-day inactive. Robinson joined the active roster from the reserve/non-football injury list on Friday.

            · Tua Tagovailoa started at quarterback for the Dolphins. Tagovailoa completed 12-of-22 passes for 93 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions and ran twice for 0 yards in his first NFL start. He also lost a fumble.

            CHECK TUA TAGOVAILOA’S FIRST NFL TOUCHDOWN PASS

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            Denver Broncos 31, Los Angeles Chargers 30

            · Kareem Jackson started at strong safety for the Broncos. Jackson made 12 tackles to set a career single-game high. Jackson had had 11 tackles twice – against the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 9, 2018, and the Houston Texans on Dec. 8, 2019.

            · Jerry Jeudy started at wide receiver for the Broncos. Jeudy caught four passes for 73 yards, including a 43-yarder.

            · Chargers long snapper Cole Mazza handled the snaps on three field goals, three punts and three extra points.

            · Chargers nose tackle Damion Square made one tackle.

            New Orleans Saints 26, Chicago Bears 23 (OT)

            · Eddie Jackson started at safety for Chicago. Jackson made eight tackles, broke up a pass and forced a fumble.

            Seattle Seahawks 37, San Francisco 49ers 27

            · Jarran Reed started at defensive tackle for the Seahawks. Reed made two tackles.

            Philadelphia Eagles 23, Dallas Cowboys 9

            · Amari Cooper started at wide receiver for the Cowboys. Cooper caught one pass for 5 yards.

            · Trevon Diggs started at cornerback for the Cowboys. Diggs made seven tackles, intercepted two passes and broke up two more. Dallas had one interception for the 2020 season entering the game. Diggs came up with his first NFL interception in the end zone with 2:14 left in the first half, then the rookie made another end zone interception on Philadelphia’s first possession of the second half. Diggs had to get his feet down and pass video review to get his first interception, but he had a 33-yard return on the second interception.

            SEE TREVON DIGGS MAKE HIS FIRST NFL INTERCEPTION

            · Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts completed his only pass for 9 yards.

            · Cowboys cornerback Saivion Smith played but did not record any stats. Dallas elevated Smith from its practice squad on Saturday to play in the game.

            Week 8 started with the Atlanta Falcons' 25-17 victory over Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones (Foley) caught seven passes for 137 yards.

            Week 8 concludes on Monday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit the New York Giants at 7:15 p.m. CST. ESPN will televise the game.

            FOR MORE OF AL.COM’S COVERAGE OF THE NFL, GO TO OUR NFL PAGE

            Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @AMarkG1.

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