Ezekiel Elliott ran over safety Malcolm Jenkins on his way to 111 yards and a touchdown, Dak Prescott accounted for two touchdowns and the Cowboys rolled to a 37-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles
The San Francisco 49ers are 6-0 for the first time since 1990 and stadium attendance has been strong, but that hasn't stopped the club's front-office from seeking ways to improve the game day experience. On Monday, the NFC West team announced it would become the first in American pro sports to include food & non-alcoholic beverages as a benefit to its entire season ticket holder base. Come 2020, 49ers season ticket 'members' and their guests will have access to an inclusive (see: FREE) menu featuring many Levi Stadium's most popular concession items (think: chicken tenders, nachos and sausages). The idea for the innovative offering originated out of "thousands of pieces of fan feedback." 49ers president Al Guido said "our fan surveys, and those reflecting the entirety of the NFL, show that the food service experience is a key driver of fan satisfaction. That insight helped lead us to this new model as a way to increase value for our 'members' while providing them with the most seamless concessions experience in all of sports." The value-add won't drive up the price of a season ticket significantly, either. The price of the average seat is only expected to rise by $20 increase. Levi's Restaurants president Andy Lansing says that the 49ers are on the front-end of a trend, suggesting that the model will "redefine how [stadium operators] think about serving our fans on game day." That's a safe bet. JohnWallStreet is already aware of a collegiate athletic conference planning to roll-out similar benefits to ticket holders across all its sports and member institutions. 49ers fans who purchase seats on a single game basis or through the secondary market will continue to buy F&B on an ala carte basis.
Jurrell Casey recovered a fumble by Melvin Gordon at the goal line with 15 seconds left, and the Tennessee Titans pulled out a 23-20 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers after a frantic finish
Lamar Jackson ran for 116 yards and a touchdown, made key throws when necessary and led the Baltimore Ravens to an impressive 30-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks
Matt Ryan became the latest star quarterback to go down in a rugged season for passers, injuring his right ankle when he was sacked by the Los Angeles Rams' Aaron Donald in the Atlanta Falcons' blowout loss
Tre'Davious White forced two second-half turnovers, Micah Hyde returned an onside kick for a touchdown, and the Buffalo Bills rallied from a five-point deficit for a 31-21 victory over the winless Miami Dolphins on Sunday
Kirk Cousins matched a career high with four touchdown passes, leading the surging Minnesota Vikings to a 42-30 win over the slumping Detroit Lions.
Gardner Minshew led a fourth-quarter touchdown drive that put Jacksonville ahead to stay, and Yannick Ngakoue returned an interception 23 yards to clinch a 27-17 victory over the winless Cincinnati Bengals
Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is active against the New Orleans Saints after missing a game because of a left shoulder injury. Trubisky was injured on the opening drive of Chicago's victory over Minnesota on Sept. 29
It's a different officiating crew this week, but Detroit fans don't care. Lions fans booed loudly when the official began talking during the opening coin toss before Sunday's game against Minnesota
Dan Ellington passed for three touchdowns, Aubry Payne caught the go-ahead score midway through the fourth quarter and Georgia State held Army on the final drive to win 28-21