Amon-Ra St. Brown picked up his first NFL career win with the Detroit Lions in a loss to the Chicago Bears at his brother Equanimus St.
CHICAGO — Amon-Ra St. Brown won his first NFL career away from home with the Detroit Lions, beating the Chicago Bears for his brother Equanimus St. Brown.
In Chicago, the visitors went 31-30 in the face of another outstanding performance by Bears quarterback Justin Fields, with two total touchdowns and 147 total yards with the football. Fields also had a touchdown pass.
Equanimeus, 26, the oldest of three brothers with a German mother and an American father, had plenty of help in the Bears’ offense and carried the ball just twice for a total of nine yards. Amon-Ra, who is three years his junior, was the highlight of Lions quarterback Jared Goff with ten carries for 119 yards.
Vikings beat Bills
In the game of the day between the Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings, a crazy finish and overtime gave the Vikings their eighth win of the season. At 33:30, the Vikings fumbled a Bills punt in their own end zone with 48 seconds left in regulation after they had previously ruled out a snap on video evidence and then the ball missed the line by inches. The Bills kicked a field goal with five seconds left to make it 30-30 and force overtime, in which a fumble by Bills quarterback Josh Allen ended the game.
The Kansas City Chiefs 27-17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Miami Dolphins 39-17 against the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants 24-16 against the Houston Texans each won their seventh of the season.