A glance at this weekend’s NFL games

ARMAGH and Donegal kept their foot on the promotion bandwagon with wins at the top of Division Two this weekend.
The Orchard County were winners over Fermanagh in Sunday’s refixed game called off on Saturday due to snow.
It leaves Kieran Donnelly’s side on three points with the threat of relegation threatening.
Patrick McBrearty and Oisín Gallen shared 12 points as Donegal saw off relegation threatened Louth in Ballybofey.
Cavan were pegged back for a draw against Meath with Royals’ goalkeeper Sean Brennan landing the equaliser.
Derry’s winning run ended on Saturday night in Celtic Park when seven points from Shane McGuigan wasn’t enough to stop All-Ireland champions Dublin.
Tyrone, after a promising start, went under to Kerry in Killarney with Ciaran Daly hitting a Red Hand goal in the second half.
Now on four points, they will be looking over their shoulder at the bottom.
They host Monaghan in two weeks’ time and it will be a crunch game for the Farney County after they shipped three goals in a home defeat to Galway in Clones.
Down are flying at the top of Division Three with Ceilum Doherty inspiring them in a win over Sligo in Páirc Esler.
Conor Laverty’s side look like they’ll face Westmeath in the league decider after the Leinster side kept up their winning run against an Antrim side who pushed them all the way on Sunday in Corrigan Park.

Division One
Derry 1-11 Dublin 1-16
Mayo 0-15 Roscommon 0-9
Monaghan 0-14 Galway 3-12
Kerry 0-18 Tyrone 1-11

Division Two
Cavan 0-11 Meath 0-11
Fermanagh 0-11 Armagh 0-15
Donegal 1-17 Louth 0-15
Cork 2-15 Kildare 3-9

Division Three
Limerick 0-14 Clare 1-16
Antrim 0-13 Westmeath 0-9
Down 2-17 Sligo 1-8
Offaly 5-15 Wicklow 0-10

Division Four
Laois 2-12 London 0-9
Carlow 0-7 Wexford 1-14
Longford 1-16 Leitrim 0-13
Tipperary 0-16 Waterford 1-13

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