NFL Recap: Arizona and Seattle make unwanted history in tied game

Minnesota lost to Philadelphia, as now team now remains unbeaten

NFL Recap: Arizona and Seattle make unwanted history in tied game

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) his hit as he makes the throw by Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks made unwanted NFL history on Sunday night in the NFL.

The team played the lowest-scoring tied game in the history of the league, since overtime was introduced in 1974. A 6-6 tie, both teams missed field goals in overtime to win in Arizona.

Both Chandler Cantanzaro and Stephen Hauschka missed short kicks to win. The game was the first tie in the NFL, where no touchdown was scored since 1972.

The Minnesota Vikings became the last team to lose a game this season. The Vikings, who started the week at 5-0, lost 21-10 away to the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles are now 4-2.

It has taken until Week 7. but the New England Patriots have now the best record in the NFL. In an away game against Pittsburgh, Tom Brady led the team to a 27-16 win over the Steelers.

Oakland Raiders are the only other team playing on Sunday, to win at least five games this season. Travelling to the east coast, the Raiders defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 33-16 to move to 5-2.

Sunday's NFL Results:

New York Giants 17-10 Los Angeles

New Orleans 21-27 Kansas City

Minnesota 10-21 Philadelphia

Indianapolis 34-26 Tennessee

Buffalo 25-28 Miami

Washington 17-20 Detroit

Cleveland 17-31 Cincinnati

Oakland 33-16 Jacksonville

Baltimore 16-24 New York Jets 

San Diego 33-30 Atlanta

Tampa Bay 34-17 San Francisco

New England 27-16 Pittsburgh

Seattle 6-6 Arizona