The two best matchups of the week have both been rescheduled due to positive tests for the coronavirus – Patriots-Chiefs will be played on Monday night and Steelers-Titans will be played in week 7 – but on Sunday she managed to put in enough action to distract a league. doing his best to avoid a crisis.
Here’s what we learned:
Jameis Winston’s spirit lives in Tampa Bay. Last season, Winston kept Buccaneers fans on an emotional roller coaster with 33 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions, and broke a record that had stood since 1
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Seahawks 31, Dolphins 23 Russell Wilson had what qualified as a great game for anyone else and a good game for him (360 passing yards, two touchdowns), but he had plenty of help, with Chris Carson running for 80 yards and two touchdowns. on 16 carry and Seattle defense in distress by providing a couple of interceptions.
Browns 49, Cowboys 38 Dak Prescott isn’t particularly interested in the passing records he set in his team’s 1-3 season start, saying, “I’d return all those meters for a different record. I’m interested in one stat and that’s winning, so when not. we don’t the other stats matter.
Ravens 31, Footballers 17 Baltimore went back to its usual business after last week’s defeat, steaming a minor opponent in a performance that was simultaneously well below the top gear of the Ravens, but also a much easier win than the final score suggested thanks to a junk time interception from Robert Griffin III who helped Washington pack seven points.
Buccaneers 38, Magazines 31 Los Angeles led 24-7 with less than a minute to play in the second quarter when Tampa Bay’s Ndamukong Suh forced a fumble that seemed to steal the momentum of the match. The turnover led to a quick Buccaneers touchdown, and set the stage for a huge comeback win in which Tom Brady completed touchdown passes to five different receivers.
Bills 30, Raiders 23 This one played very similarly to all other Buffalo games this season, with Josh Allen dominating, defending the struggling team and all in all winning. The Bills are 4-0 for the second time since 1992 when they made their third consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
Saints 35, Lions 29 It’s not particularly noteworthy that New Orleans has a great day in attack or Detroit collapses, but it gets more exciting when you take into account the fact that the Saints were missing six injured starters and had an incredibly late night after one of the players in team had a false positive result on a coronavirus test.
Vikings 31, Texans 23 Minnesota had a lot to be happy with, with Dalvin Cook running for 130 yards and two touchdowns, Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson both going over 100 yards in reception and the team’s defense held firm even after safety Harrison Smith had been expelled. As for the Texans, they went down to 0-4: damn it.
Bengals 33, Jaguars 25 Joe Mixon’s availability was uncertain when he came into play thanks to a chest injury that occurred at the end of the week, but he appeared to be extremely healthy as he racked up 181 yards from scrimmage and three total touchdowns in his team’s first win of the season.
Panthers 31, Cardinals 21 Kyler Murray threw three touchdown passes, but Arizona were simply defeated, with the Carolina defense doing a great job of limiting wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (seven holds for 41 yards) or taking advantage of the fact that he was slowed by an ankle injury.
Colts 19, Bears 11 A garbage-time touchdown made the scoring look a little close, but the Indianapolis defense thoroughly dominated this game, making Nick Foles look a lot like Mitchell Trubisky, the quarterback he supplanted.
Rams 17, Giants 9 It was another defeat for the Giants – they’re used to that – but some uninspired plays from Los Angeles, and some great plays by Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, brought Big Blue to the lead with a chance to equalize in the game. last minute. Jones threw an interception that actually ended the match, but that the Giants were in play after coming in as 12-point underdogs was impressive.