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NFL roundup: New York Giants find form

Sports Mole's roundup of Sunday's action from the National Football League.

Superbowl champions the New York Giants returned to winning ways against the Green Bay Packers this weekend.

New York Giants' Eli Manning bends over on November 25, 2012© AP Photos

Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes, with Ahmad Bradshaw and Andre Brown adding rushing efforts.

The New Orleans Saints' recent good form took a knock against the San Francisco 49ers.

The sides were well match in the first two quarters, but the 49ers defence limited the Saints' offensive options, sacking Drew Brees a total of five times.

An injury-hit Pittsburgh Steelers side slipped to defeat to the Cleveland Browns.

Charlie Batch, starting due to injuries to Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich, threw three interceptions, handing victory to their divisional rivals.

Rookies Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hylton continued their strong starts to their NFL careers for the Indianapolis Colts.

Two touchdowns for Hylton help keep the Colts in the playoff hunt with a win over the Buffalo Bills.

Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos overcame a slow start against Kansas City Chiefs.

Two Ryan Succop field goals gave the Chiefs an unlikely first-quarter lead, but touchdowns from Jacob Tamme and Demaryius Thomas gave the Broncos a hard-fought win.

The Miami Dolphins turned around their recent poor form with a fourth quarter comeback against the Seattle Seahawks.

The Dolphins had trailed by 14 points going into the last 15 minutes, but two touchdowns and a Dan Carpenter field goal secured the Miami side's fifth win of the season.

A tight game between the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers saw the Falcons come out on top, with a one-point victory.

Julio Jones, Michael Turner and Jacquizz Rodgers were on the scoreboard for the Falcons, while Doug Martin added two touchdowns for Tampa.

The St Louis Rams bounced back from defeat against the New York Jets with a convincing win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Justin Tucker kicked an field goal in overtime to give the Baltimore Ravens a win over the San Diego Chargers.

The Ravens came back from 13-3 down to tie the game at the end of regulation time.

There were also home wins for the Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Results in full: Bills 13-20 Colts, Seahawks 21-24 Dolphins, Falcons 24-23 Buccaneers, Raiders 10-34 Bengals, Steelers 14-20 Browns, Titans 19-24 Jaguars, 49ers 31-21 Saints, Rams 31-17 Cardinals, Packers 10-38 Giants

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Sunday's key events


SURFING
· Wave conditions permitting, surfing will make its Olympic debut (11pm-8.20am)

SKATEBOARDING
· Another debutant sport at this Olympics, most eyes will be on American Nyjah Huston in the men's street contest as he looks to add Olympic gold to his four world titles and 12 X-Games golds. (12.30am-5am)

TAEKWONDO
· History beckons for Jade Jones as she looks to become a three-time Olympic champion - something never done before in the sport prior to these Games (2am-1.45pm)
· Team GB's Bradly Sinden - world champion two years ago - is also going for gold in the men's -68kg category (2am-1.45pm)

GYMNASTICS
· Already-legendary gymnast Simone Biles makes her first appearance of the Games in the women's qualifying event (2am-2pm)

SWIMMING
· The first swimming medals of the Games will be dished out, with home favourite Daiya Seto going for gold in the men's 400m individual medley (2.30am-4.20am)

CYCLING
· Lizzie Deignan is among the Team GB team looking for success in the women's road race (5am-9.30am)

TENNIS
· Reigning two-time Olympic champion Andy Murray starts his title defence against Canadian hotshot Felix Auger-Aliassime (7am approx.)

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