Detroit Lions registered their first win in 364 days when they defeated the Minnesota Vikings 29-27 on Sunday. Cowboys and Colts also won by big margins. 

Los Angeles Chargers announced that rusher Joey Bosa was ruled out of their game against Cincinnati Bengals with an head injury. Jets’ WR Corey Davis left the field with a groin injury early in the fourth quarter versus Eagles. 

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Injury list: 

Giants: WR Kenny Golladay (ribs) left the game in the first half, then returned to the game after halftime.

Dolphins: Waddle was shaken up in the fourth quarter, pointing to his left knee after a catch. He limped off the field as fans chanted his name, and as he waved his arm to encourage more volume he started walking more briskly and then began to jog. The Dolphins said he was cramping. RB Patrick Laird (knee) was lost in the first quarter, on a day when RB Phillip Lindsay was unavailable because of an ankle issue.

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Vikings: Thielen injured his left ankle on the game’s opening drive and didn’t return. He entered the game tied for the league lead with 10 receiving touchdowns. RB Dalvin Cook (shoulder) was inactive.

Lions: DT Nick Williams (left hand, wrist) and CB Jerry Jacobs (neck) were hurt during the game, but did return. RB D’Andre Swift (shoulder) was inactive.

Eagles: LB Patrick Johnson (back) and CB Steven Nelson (shoulder) left in the first quarter and didn’t return.

Jets: WR Corey Davis left with a groin injury early in the fourth quarter. CB Michael Carter II was evaluated for a concussion early in the third quarter and didn’t come back. RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif injured his right ankle in the third quarter and didn’t return.

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Buccaneers: CB Jamel Dean was knocked out of the game with a concussion. RB Ronald Jones had to come out because of an illness.

Falcons: S Richie Grant and LB Adetokunbo Ogundeji both hobbled off the field with ankle injuries.

With inputs from the Associated Press