Re-live all of the action from the NFL UK games.

In October, the NFL made its way to London for four NFL UK games, First up on the schedule was a visit to Tottenham's new stadium where the first two games were played. New to hosting, Tottenham welcomed Oakland Raiders v Chicago Bears, and what an opening game it was. Raiders dominated the first half with a lead of 17-0 at half time, however, the Bears fought back scoring 21 points in the second half. Sadly it wasn't enough to win the game as the Raiders scored a late touchdown in the last two minutes to take a 24-21 victory.

"This is one of the best stadiums I've ever played in in my life - if not the best."

Oakland Raiders Quarterback, Derek Carr

Next up at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium were the Carolina Panthers as they took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This was the first time the Panthers have played a London game and they managed to overcome their NFC South Rivals with a 37-26 win, with MVP candidate Christian McCaffrey scoring two touchdowns.

Next up was Wembley Stadium's turn to host as the Bengals took on the LA Rams. The star of the game was undoubtedly Rams' Cooper Kupp as he caught seven passes for 220 yards and a touchdown helping his team claim a 24-10 win. This marked the eighth loss in a row for the Bengals as they head back to America without a win this so far this season.

The final game in London was the Houston Texans v Jacksonville Jaguars. It will be a game to remember for the Texans as they crushed the Jaguars 26-3. Deshaun Watson put on an impressive display as he earned two touchdowns helping the Texans to an impressive victory at Wembley.

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