return week

On Monday after the double billboard of games they offered us, first between the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans, and in the second round between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings, we complete the second day of the NFL. A week where several teams were able to turn around damaging goals to win.

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The second date of the season started with a great game as the Los Angeles Chargers visit the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Patrick Mahomes and coach Andy Reid’s offense had a quiet day, but as they knew how to limit their mistakes to not give the ball to the visiting team.

For its part, it was the home defense that dictated the course of the game. Rookie Jaylen Watson, who almost three years ago was working at Wendy’s, made a 99-yard interception return to Justin Herbet for the end zone and the game-defining touchdown on the opening drive. fourth quarter.

Kansas City Chiefs rookie Jaylen Watson

Kansas City Chiefs rookie Jaylen Watson

The game ended with 27-24 in favor of the home team, who won an important victory in a league duel.. With two teams with playoff hopes, this Chiefs win could be very important in a tight American League West that, along with these two teams, completes the Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders.

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Starting on Sunday, the day most of the date is played with 13 matches, there was much to highlight. In the first corner, the New England Patriots won a great victory over Pittsburgh 14-17 in more than a defensive duel.The Steelers suffered from the ghosts of the past that haunt their new quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, the former Bears player continues his quiet game and this Sunday he threw for 168 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception.

The first comeback, and one of the best, came in Cleveland. The Browns took on the New York Jets and already with the game in their mouths, they squandered the opportunity to start the campaign with two wins and zero losses after 29 years, a streak that still awaits the team that still does not have its starter available due to sexual harassment. .

With 90 seconds left on the clock, veteran Joe Flacco led two relentless drives and scored 14 points to turn the game around and tie the game at 30-31. The quarterback, a Super Bowl champion with the Ravens in 2012, had 307 yards and 4 touchdown passes.

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Another low point game was between the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In his visit to Caesars Superdome, Tom Brady managed to get his first win 10-20 in the regular season against the Saints that had 5 interceptions, 3 interceptions thrown by Jameis Winston and 2 fumbles.

The game started in the last quarter where the visitors scored 17 points and the home team could only answer with a touchdown. This competition, bordering on the sweet, led to fights involving Bucs offensive lineman Mike Evans and Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, the receiver will serve one date of misconduct.

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The disappointment of the week was the Indianapolis Colts, who in their visit to Jacksonville were shut out in a 24-0 loss to the Jaguars. Matt Ryan seemed oblivious to the 2016 league MVP, throwing for 195 yards and 3 interceptions.

The key to the game was on the defensive side of the winning team. They allowed just 63 yards to last season’s All-Pro Jonathan Taylor and converted just 9 first downs. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who was selected with the first pick in the 2021 draft by Jacksonville, had a solid performance with 235 carries and 2 touchdowns.

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The other performance that battled to be the best of the week along with Joe Flacco, was Amon-Ra St Brown. The Detroit Lions wide receiver racked up 184 total yards and two touchdown passes in his team’s 36-27 win over the Washington Commanders.

Sunday night ended with the greatest competition throughout the league. The Chicago Bears traveled to Green Bay to play the 205th game between the two. The Packers came out strong at home and beat the visitors 27-10, earning their first win of the season and increasing by 9 games.

Aaron Jones (33) and Aaron Rodgers (12) after beating the Bears 27-10 (AP)

Aaron Jones (33) and Aaron Rodgers (12) after beating the Bears 27-10 (AP)

Aaron Rodgers threw for 234 yards and 2 touchdowns, but leaned on an Aaron Jones-inspired running game with 132 yards and 1 touchdown on 15 carries. On the Bears side, they will have to improve their air attack to compete, their quarterback Justin Fields only threw for 70 yards and 1 interception.

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Week 2 in the NFL ended with two back-to-back games on Monday night, a doubleheader we’re not used to. First the Tennessee Titans were torn apart in their visit to Buffalo 41-7, the Bills showed no mercy and did not take their foot off the gas.

Home quarterback Josh Allen threw for 317 yards and 4 touchdowns, 3 of which went to Stefon Diggs, who also had 148 yards on 12 receptions. A duo that has the potential to be the best in the league.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings were unable to gain a foothold in Philadelphia and were outscored 24-7.. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​had nightmares all night about being intercepted twice by cornerback Darius Slay, barely allowing Cousins ​​to connect with his favorite receiver and one of the best in the NFL, Justin Jefferson.

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performance of the week

This time the spotlight is on Miami! Tua Tagovailoa shined when his team needed him most, leading an incredible comeback for the Dolphins, They managed to win the game 38-42 against the Baltimore Ravens who had an inspired Lamar Jackson.

Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins

In what was a 31-14 blowout of the home team at M&T Bank Sadium in Baltimore, the fourth quarter turned into a movie for the University of Alabama graduate quarterback. In just the last 15 minutes of the game, Miami scored 28 points and conceded just 3, to pull off an impressive comeback. New coach Mike MCDaniel was able to utilize his offensive talent and had Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill, perhaps the two fastest players in the league, combine for 361 yards and 4 touchdowns.

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A true shootout with both backs having great games and racking up huge numbers. Lamar Jackson, who is in the final year of his contract with the Ravens, threw for 318 yards and 3 touchdowns, along with rushing for 119 and scoring once on the ground. Even so, he couldn’t beat the Dolphins quarterback, who had the performance of the week after throwing for 469 yards, 6 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. On Sunday afternoon, Tua will have a tough challenge in Miami, when they take on this year’s top contenders for the title, the Buffalo Bills.

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