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            Auburn NFL roundup: Daniel Carlson beats wind, Browns

            The conditions at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday weren’t optimal for kicking the football – 40 degrees, intermittent rain and 35-mph wind.

            But Las Vegas Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson still connected on three field goals and an extra point in a 16-6 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

            Carlson did have a miss, though. His first attempt on a 41-yarder took a big bend and hit the left upright.

            “That was by far the windiest game I’ve ever played in, and most of this team has probably played in,” Carlson said, "so I just aimed it at the right upright and hit basically an A-plus ball, exactly how I wanted to. I just didn’t factor in the wind quite enough.

            “Luckily, I was able to learn from it and bounce back and have a good operation, good holds and good protection, and we were able to get some points on the board the rest of the game.”

            Carlson made field goals from 29, 33 and 24 yards. The 33-yarder came as time ran out in the first half and gave Las Vegas a 6-3 lead.

            Carlson said he talked over the windy conditions in pregame warmups with Browns kicker Cody Parkey. Parkey was a senior at Auburn in 2013, when Carlson was a redshirt freshman for the Tigers.

            “He said he has never seen any wind like that,” Carlson said. “He was giving me some pointers to the best of his ability. We were just kind of talking through what we were thinking with the wind. Just trying to figure it out as quickly as we could and do our best.”

            Parkey made field goals from 41 and 38 yards, but was wide left on a 37-yard attempt with 1:54 to play.

            Carlson and Parkey were among the 13 former Auburn players who got on the field on the eighth Sunday of the NFL’s 101st season.

            In the other Sunday games:

            Buffalo Bills 24, New England Patriots 21

            · Byron Cowart started at right defensive tackle for the Patriots. Cowart made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, and registered one quarterback hit. The four tackles are the most that Cowart has made in an NFL game, and the TFL was the first of his pro career.

            · Jonathan Jones started at left cornerback for the Patriots. Jones led New England with six tackles.

            · Cam Newton started at quarterback for the Patriots. Newton completed 15-of-25 passes for 174 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions and threw for a 2-point conversion. He ran for 54 yards and one touchdown on nine carries, scoring on a 2-yard run with 9:36 left in the game as New England tied the score at 21-21. But Newton lost a fumble at the Buffalo 13-yard line with 31 seconds to play to seal the Bills' victory.

            · Patriots quarterback Jarrett Stidham did not play.

            Cincinnati Bengals 31, Tennessee Titans 20

            · Josh Bynes started at linebacker for the Bengals. Bynes made five tackles.

            · Carl Lawson started at right defensive end for the Bengals. Lawson made two tackles and registered a quarterback hit.

            · Titans linebacker Daren Bates made a special-teams tackle.

            Indianapolis Colts 41, Detroit Lions 21

            · Lions running back Kerryon Johnson (Madison Academy) did not have a rushing attempt for the second straight game, but he did catch two passes for 15 yards, including a touchdown. Johnson scored on a 9-yard reception with 11:08 left in the third quarter as Detroit cut Indianapolis' lead to 20-14.

            · Braden Smith started at right offensive tackle for the Colts.

            Minnesota Vikings 28, Green Bay Packers 22

            · Packers defensive lineman Montravius Adams played but did not record any stats.

            Miami Dolphins 28, Los Angeles Rams 17

            · Dolphins fullback Chandler Cox was designated as a game-day inactive.

            · Dolphins cornerback Noah Igbinoghene (Hewitt-Trussville) made a special-teams tackle.

            Philadelphia Eagles 23, Dallas Cowboys 9

            · Eagles offensive tackle Jack Driscoll was designated as a game-day inactive. An ankle injury kept Driscoll out for a second straight game.

            · Eagles safety Rudy Ford (New Hope) made two tackles on special teams. Ford had spent the past three games on injured reserve with a hamstring injury.

            Week 8 started with the Atlanta Falcons' 25-17 victory over Carolina Panthers on Thursday night.

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