Denver kicker Brandon McManus has six field goals, and linebacker Malik Reed has collonaed both teams to help Broncos beat the New England Patriots 18-12 on Sunday. The virus test was positive, so I came up with a big bag twice later. ..
The match on Sunday was originally scheduled for last week, but was postponed twice, first on the 1st and then on the 7th. The delay occurred after several Patriots players tested positive on Covid-19, including quarterback Cam Newton and active defensive player of the year Stephon Gilmore. New England (2-3) recovered from a deficit of 18-3 and made a nearly successful comeback, but with three turnovers.
Cleveland Browns 7–38 Pittsburgh Steelers
James Connor ran with a touchdown of 101 yards, and the Steelers beat the Browns with a 38-7 blowout victory to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 1978. Ben Roethlisberger added a 162-yard pass and score.
Pittsburgh finished with an emphasis on Cleveland’s four consecutive wins, extending the Browns skid at Heinz Field to 17 and counting. Browns (4-2) was unable to defy the defense as Baker Mayfield’s pain was dismissed four times, picked up twice, and the game didn’t arrive in the second half of the third quarter. The NFL’s top rush offense managed 75 yards above the ground, 113 yards below the season average, as the Steelers dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage with the best performance of 2020.
Chicago Bears 23–16 Carolina Panthers
Nick Foles threw in one touchdown and ran in another touchdown. The Chicago defense forced three turnovers, fired Teddy Bridgewater four times, and the Bears defeated the Carolina Panthers.
Falls finished with a 198-yard pass and touchdown, and David Montgomery added 58 yards to the ground when Bears (5-1) opened Season 3-0 for the first time since 2006 when he reached the Super Bowl. .. Bridgewater was threatened for most of the game. He was detained on a pass of 216 yards, the lowest of the season, and was intercepted twice.
Baltimore Ravens 30-28 Philadelphia Eagles
Lamar Jackson threw for a touchdown and ran for a score, while the Baltimore Ravens won the depleted Philadelphia Eagles 30-28.
The Eagles (1-4-1) lost seven attack starters, including four attack linemen, and even more when Miles Sanders and tight-end Zack Elts were sent off in the fourth quarter. I lost two people.
Still, Ravens (5-1) had to prevent a two-point conversion, leaving 1:55 to ensure victory. Carson Wentz stopped LJ Fort and Matthew Judon trying to do it. Wentz threw two TD passes and was fired six times, allowing him to finish the game with Center Jason Kerke as Philadelphia’s only healthy starter.
Washington 19–20 New York Giants
Joe Judge and the New York Giants have finally won and made a dangerous bet that rookie Tae Clouder and Washington coach Ron Rivera have regained relevance.
Clauder scooped up the fumble, ran 43 yards and touched down at 3:28. It gave the Giants a 20-19 victory over Washington in the NFL’s worst two-team battle. The game wasn’t decided until after a 22-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Allen to Cam Sims, Rivera rolled the dice with 36 seconds remaining regulation.
Instead of playing for overtime, Rivera had Washington (1-5) win a two-point conversion to return to the mediocre NFC East race. Allen noticed that no one was open and scrambled to the left, imperfecting the pass under pressure.
Atlanta Falcons 40–23 Minnesota Vikings
A week after the Atlanta Falcons defeated the Minnesota Vikings and head coach Dunquin was fired, Julio Jones recovered from the injury and caught two of Matt Ryan’s four touchdown passes. Kirk Cousins made his first three passcuts in his career in the first half, and Falcons (1-5) turned those picks to 17 points, building a 20-0 lead on the break, which is still solid enough. Proved to be. A team that is easy to get depressed.
Cincinnati Bengals 27–31 Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts needed the biggest regular season comeback in franchise history after a 21-point delay. Philip Rivers carried out that mission.
After a 21-0 draw, the Rivers defeated Cincinnati 31-27, rallying Colts with three touchdown passes, including a go-ahead score in the first play of the fourth quarter.
This was comparable to the biggest comeback in franchise regular season history. None of the previous four went home, and the last time Indianapolis (4-2) achieved a feat came in Tampa Bay in 2003. Only a 28-point comeback in the 2013 playoffs with Kansas City was the larger margin.
Houston Texans 36–42 Tennessee Titans
Derrick Henry took a direct snap and ran for a touchdown during overtime, and the Tennessee Titans remained undefeated and rallyed to defeat the Houston Texans.
Henry, a rushing leader last season, ran with a regulation of 202 yards, including a 94-yard TD run. During overtime, he took a 53-yard screen pass in his second play. He played 6 with Wildcat Snap for the second TD of the game, capped an 82-yard drive and finished with a 212-yard rush and a 52-yard receive.
Detroit Lions 34–16 Jacksonville Jaguars
Rookie Dandre Swift ran with his career’s best 116 yards and two touchdowns, while Matthew Stafford scored an elusive TD pass against the only team that didn’t throw a single in the NFL’s 12 seasons. The Detroit Lions beat the Jacksonville Jaguars. Detroit (2-3) made this easy, but it was a bit surprising given the Lions losing their double-digit lead of the 6-straight. They have already done it three times this season and have been defeated in Chicago, Green Bay and New Orleans.