NFL scores: Week 9 live updates, highlights

As the 2018 NFL season crosses the midway point and as Week 9 continues, scoring remains at an all-time high, close games are the norm and players across the league are on record-setting paces.

Through the first eight weeks of the season, 67 games have been decided by one score, tied with the 2012 season for the second most in NFL history through eight weeks (68 in 2016). Of those games, 36 have been decided by three or fewer points.

There have been 5,834 points scored this season, the most in NFL history through the first eight weeks of the season, and the league’s 661 total touchdowns and 429 touchdown passes are both the highest marks in league history through eight weeks.

With that as the backdrop, below are Week 9 NFL scores, highlights and injury updates from Sunday’s action around the league.

NFL scores: Week 9

NFL Week 9: Highlights, injury updates

Stefon Diggs is officially INACTIVE. Bump up for Aldrick Robinson and Laquon Treadwell in our Week 9 #FantasyFootball WR rankings:

Bad field conditions in Miami for Jets-Dolphins is a worry, but it should be nice weather around the league for Week 9:

Patriots will test TE Rob Gronkowski (back) and RB Sony Michel (knee) pregame, but there is concern about whether both players listed as questionable will be able to play tonight vs Packers, per sources.

Melvin Gordon injury update: Chargers RB reportedly will return vs. Seahawks

Bears’ Khalil Mack (ankle) ‘unlikely’ to play vs. Bills, report says

Vikings WR Stefon Diggs (ribs) ‘long shot’ to play Sunday vs. Lions, report says

Derek Anderson (concussion) ruled out; Nathan Peterman will start at QB for Bills

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