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Today’s NFL News – NFL Live Stream News

The National Football League (NFL) is one of the world’s most popular sports leagues. With 32 teams, each playing 16 games during the season, it’s no wonder that there’s so much NFL news to cover! In this article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the most important NFL news stories of the day, including updates on live streaming for the upcoming NFL Season. So stay tuned!

Patriots Lose To Chiefs To Fall Out of First Place

The New England Patriots have fallen out of first place in the AFC East after losing to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Pats now sit at 4-3, one game behind the Buffalo Bills.

In other AFC East news, the New York Jets have lost their third straight game, falling to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jets now sit at 2-5 and are two games behind the Patriots.

Panthers Defeat Falcons to stay in Play for NFC South Title

The Carolina Panthers were victorious over the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 27-24 on Sunday to stay in contention for the NFC South Division title. The Panthers, who improved to 6-5 on the season, will now head to Atlanta to face the Falcons again next week. This game is important for both teams as a division title would give each team an edge in the playoffs. With only 7 games remaining in the NFL regular season, anything can happen. Who knows what could happen if these two teams meet again in Atlanta? Tune in and find out!

There are still seven games left in the NFL regular season, so anything could happen between these two teams. Tune in and find out!

Rams Upset Cardinals To Keep Their Playoff Hopes Alive

The Rams pulled off the biggest upset of the NFL season so far, defeating the Cardinals 26-23 in a wildcard playoff game. This win keeps the Rams’s playoff hopes alive, and they now await to see who their next opponent will be.

Bears Win Again, Packers Lose Again, and more NFL News

The Chicago Bears have been on an upswing lately, and they continued their winning ways on Sunday by defeating the Detroit Lions 34-24. The Packers were also in action on Sunday, but they came up short against the Minnesota Vikings 28-24. Elsewhere in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants both lost their games. The Giants fell to the Arizona Cardinals 23-21, while the Browns were upset by the Baltimore Ravens 42-39. Finally, the Atlanta Falcons beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33-7 to remain undefeated on the season.