The Cleveland Browns picked up their first win of the season Monday night, defeating the New York Jets 23-3 at Metlife stadium. The Browns improve to 1-1 while the Jets fall to 0-2 and are in a deep hole.
Week two in the NFL was a bad one for injuries, as two star quarterbacks went down with long term injuries. In this article, I will describe their injuries and talk about how it will affect their respective teams.
Well week two was not as predictable as week one. The injury bug has officially hit. Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, and the Philadelphia Eagles’ receiving core were banged on Sunday. Even in this game, the New York Jets will be without Sam Darnold. Let’s see who the best players are in a potentially ugly Monday night game.
After a tie in Week 1, a supercharge is what the Lions needed to help them through a long season. They got it in their home opener at Ford Field. Not a ton of points were scored by the Darrell Bevell offense, but a win is a win, and the Lions got just that in a 13-10 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. Here are three takeaways for the Lions from this first victory of the season.
The San Francisco 49ers have proven that they are worth a little bit of hype this season with a 2-0 start. Coming into the season, the prognosticators were saying that they were an 8-8 team at best, and now they have two wins on the road to start the season, so they’re well on their way to a playoff-contending record. But, there are some takeaways worth talking about. In this article, I will describe their fantastic start to the season and give some insight into their future and give some takeaways. Continue reading →
The Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons are set to face off on Sunday Night Football tonight with kickoff set for 8:20pm on NBC. The Eagles are coming off a come-from-behind 32-27 victory against the Washington Redskins, while the Falcons are coming off a 28-12 defeat by the hands of the Minnesota Vikings last week. The Falcons didn’t put up any points until the fourth quarter, as they trailed 28-0 after three quarters. Three turnovers (two picks and a fumble) and a blocked punt all led to Minnesota scores, with the Vikings rushing for 172 yards. Continue reading →