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Cordarrelle Patterson rumbles Falcons past Seahawks 27-23

4.4m ago 9/25/2022 7:48 PM ET By TIM BOOTH, AP Sports Writer SEATTLE

SEATTLE (AP) — Cordarrelle Patterson rushed for a career-high 141 yards and one touchdown, Marcus Mariota threw a 14-yard TD to rookie Drake London in the second half, and the Atlanta Falcons picked up their first win of the season in beating the Seattle Seahawks 27-23 on Sunday.

Patterson rumbled for 107 yards in the second half and the Falcons were able to avoid starting 0-3 for the second time in three seasons. Mariota used the pass game to pick up chunks of yards in the first half, then it was Patterson churning big plays in the run game.

Patterson had a career-best 120 yards in the season opener against New Orleans and topped it just two weeks later. His 17-yard touchdown run in the second quarter gave Atlanta a 17-10 lead.

Mariota was 13 of 20 passing for 223 yards and his touchdown throw to London in the closing seconds of the third quarter gave Atlanta the lead for good. London had just three catches for 54 yards, while Kyle Pits had five receptions for 87 yards.

Seattle quarterback Geno Smith threw for 325 yards and two touchdowns, but was intercepted by Richie Grant on a desperation fourth-and-18 from the Atlanta 38 with 1:30 remaining. It was the fourth time in Smith’s career topping 300 yards passing and the first since the 2014 season.

Smith threw touchdowns to DK Metcalf, his first of the season, and Will Dissly, both in the first half.

The Seahawks will also question the decision to kick a 25-yard field goal from Jason Myers late in the third quarter when Seattle faced fourth-and-1 at the Atlanta 7. Seattle called timeout before deciding to kick, rather than go for it.

Atlanta seemed poised for a clinching score midway through the fourth quarter when a mistake by Mariota gave Seattle a chance.

Mariota and Tyson Allegier mishandled an exchanged handoff and fumbled with 5:12 remaining. Seattle’s Uchenna Nwosu jumped on the loose ball and Seattle had a chance at driving for a winning touchdown.

Smith made a handful of key throws to get Seattle to the Atlanta 24. A key holding penalty on Damien Lewis erased a screen pass to Rashaad Penny that would have put the Seahawks at the Atlanta 10. Grady Jarrett then sacked Smith on third down, and his fourth-down pass for Tyler Lockett was overthrown and picked off by Grant.

DRONE DELAY?

The game was stopped with 6:42 left in the fourth quarter for about five minutes, apparently because of a drone flying in the area around Lumen Field. Players were sent to the sidelines before the game resumed.

There was also a brief delay because of a drone during Saturday night’s game between Washington and Stanford across town.

MISSING

Seattle was without three of its top cornerbacks as Artie Burns, Sidney Jones and Justin Coleman were all inactive. Burns was working back from a groin injury but neither he nor Jones had any injury designation on the final injury report for the week. Coleman had missed last week with a calf injury.

Seattle also lost backup running back and special teams standout Travis Homer on the first possession of the game. Homer had a 7-yard carry, but left with a rib injury and was ruled out.

UP NEXT

Falcons: Atlanta returns home for the first time since Week 1 to face Cleveland.

Seahawks: Seattle plays its next two on the road beginning next Sunday at Detroit.

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Beleaguered Titans' O-line protects Tannehill well in win

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET By TERESA M. WALKER, AP Pro Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Saving Ryan Tannehill from the Las Vegas Raiders' pass rush led by five-time Pro Bowl defensive end Chandler Jones seemed a difficult task for the Tennessee Titans.

Turns out Tannehill was sacked only once in Tennessee's 24-22 win Sunday over the Raiders. Too little and way too late to be of any help to the Raiders.

An impressive performance for the Titans (1-2) considering three-time Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan was placed on injured reserve Saturday with a right knee injury, the second offensive linemen placed on IR since the previous game.

This also is an offensive line that already featured two new starters in rookie right tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere and left guard Aaron Brewer. Now left tackle Dennis Daley is the third new starter at left tackle.

And Jones left Nashville in the 2021 season opener after his most recent trip having sacked Tannehill five times and forced two fumbles on his way to his fifth Pro Bowl honor.

“That’s a big thing, and I’m glad we did that," Titans center Ben Jones said. “That was a nightmare for us a year ago.”

Tannehill threw for 264 yards and a touchdown with one interception after being nearly perfect in the first half. That's where he was 14 of 17 for 195 yards and the TD pass to Geoff Swaim, helping him improve to 5-0 all time against the Raiders.

Credit a combination of quick decision-making by Tannehill, wide receivers and tight ends finding some open space fast and that beleaguered line with giving him time.

“I think we had a little of both of that today where we got the ball out quickly sometimes, then a few plays I had to progress to my third or fourth read and I was able to do that,” Tannehill said.

Chandler Jones, a big free agent signee this offseason, came in with nine career sacks in four games against Tennessee.

The Raiders also have defensive end Maxx Crosby and his 26 career sacks on the opposite side. Crosby had his first sack of the season last week in an overtime loss to Arizona. Crosby got the only sack of Tannehill on Sunday with 3:16 left for an 11-yard loss, but Titans receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine fell on the loose ball.

That gives the Raiders a grand total of two sacks through three games. Raiders first-year coach Josh McDaniels said the Titans had a good game plan mixing things up a bit.

“Everybody’s got to do their job the right way if you want to stop somebody like that,” McDaniels said.

Titans coach Mike Vrabel credited Tannehill with being decisive against a good defensive front with receivers also getting some separation.

“I thought that there was a good plan to take away those guys and give us a chance to throw the football,” Vrabel said.

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Green Bay 14, Tampa Bay 12

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET

Teams: GB

Green Bay 7 7 0 0 14
Tampa Bay 3 0 3 6 12
First Quarter

TB_FG Succop 45, 9:05. Drive: 11 plays, 48 yards, 5:55. Key Plays: Brady 24 pass to Perriman; Brady 4 pass to Beasley on 4th-and-1; Brady 12 pass to Rudolph. Tampa Bay 3, Green Bay 0.

GB_Doubs 5 pass from Aa.Rodgers (Crosby kick), 3:01. Drive: 11 plays, 75 yards, 6:04. Key Plays: A.Jones 10 run; Aa.Rodgers 21 pass to Doubs; Aa.Rodgers 17 pass to Cobb on 3rd-and-6. Green Bay 7, Tampa Bay 3.

Second Quarter

GB_Lazard 6 pass from Aa.Rodgers (Crosby kick), 8:44. Drive: 12 plays, 71 yards, 6:49. Key Plays: Aa.Rodgers 9 pass to Tonyan on 3rd-and-8; Aa.Rodgers 7 pass to Lazard on 3rd-and-7; Aa.Rodgers 23 pass to T.Davis on 3rd-and-1. Green Bay 14, Tampa Bay 3.

Third Quarter

TB_FG Succop 45, 6:22. Drive: 5 plays, 20 yards, 1:30. Key Plays: Ryan 0 interception return to Green Bay 47; Brady 19 pass to Brate. Green Bay 14, Tampa Bay 6.

Fourth Quarter

TB_Gage 1 pass from Brady (pass failed), :14. Drive: 13 plays, 84 yards, 2:50. Key Plays: Brady 15 pass to Gage; Brady 17 pass to Fournette; Brady 11 pass to Brate; Brady 10 pass to Fournette. Green Bay 14, Tampa Bay 12.

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GB TB
FIRST DOWNS 14 19
Rushing 3 1
Passing 11 15
Penalty 0 3
THIRD DOWN EFF 6-15 2-11
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-0 1-1
TOTAL NET YARDS 315 285
Total Plays 61 59
Avg Gain 5.2 4.8
NET YARDS RUSHING 67 34
Rushes 25 14
Avg per rush 2.68 2.429
NET YARDS PASSING 248 251
Sacked-Yds lost 1-7 3-20
Gross-Yds passing 255 271
Completed-Att. 27-35 31-42
Had Intercepted 1 0
Yards-Pass Play 6.889 5.578
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 3-2-2 4-3-3
PUNTS-Avg. 7-48.429 6-49.5
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 21 46
Punt Returns 2-21 3-26
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-20
Interceptions 0-0 1-0
PENALTIES-Yds 8-65 6-40
FUMBLES-Lost 2-1 3-2
TIME OF POSSESSION 33:25 26:35

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Green Bay, A.Jones 12-36, Dillon 12-32, Aa.Rodgers 1-(minus 1). Tampa Bay, Fournette 12-35, Perriman 1-0, Brady 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_Green Bay, Aa.Rodgers 27-35-1-255. Tampa Bay, Brady 31-42-0-271.

RECEIVING_Green Bay, Doubs 8-73, Tonyan 6-37, Lazard 4-45, A.Jones 3-11, Cobb 2-57, T.Davis 2-26, Dillon 2-6. Tampa Bay, Gage 12-87, Brate 5-52, Fournette 5-35, Perriman 3-44, Beasley 3-12, Darden 1-25, Rudolph 1-12, Miller 1-4.

PUNT RETURNS_Green Bay, Am.Rodgers 2-21. Tampa Bay, Darden 3-26.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Green Bay, None. Tampa Bay, R.White 1-20.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Green Bay, Campbell 8-6-0, Douglas 8-0-0, Nixon 5-1-0, Q.Walker 3-2-0, Clark 3-1-2, Gary 2-1-1, Amos 1-2-0, Lowry 1-2-0, Lazard 1-0-0, Reed 1-0-0, Savage 1-0-0, Stokes 1-0-0. Tampa Bay, Edwards 9-4-0, Winfield 6-0-0, Dean 5-1-0, C.Davis 4-2-0, David 3-4-0, Barrett 3-2-0, D.White 3-2-0, Nunez-Roches 2-1-0, Senat 2-0-0, Gholston 1-1-0, Hall 1-0-1, Fournette 1-0-0, Nassib 1-0-0, Neal 1-0-0, Nelson 1-0-0, Tryon-Shoyinka 1-0-0, Vea 0-2-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Green Bay, None. Tampa Bay, Ryan 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Scott Novak, Ump Ramon George, HL Derick Bowers, LJ Walt Coleman IV, FJ Tra Boger, SJ David Meslow, BJ Terrence Miles, Replay Matt Sumstine.

Green Bay 14, Tampa Bay 12

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET

Teams: GB TB

Green Bay 7 7 0 0 14
Tampa Bay 3 0 3 6 12
First Quarter

TB_FG Succop 45, 9:05.

GB_Doubs 5 pass from Aa.Rodgers (Crosby kick), 3:01.

Second Quarter

GB_Lazard 6 pass from Aa.Rodgers (Crosby kick), 8:44.

Third Quarter

TB_FG Succop 45, 6:22.

Fourth Quarter

TB_Gage 1 pass from Brady (pass failed), :14.

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GB TB
First downs 14 19
Total Net Yards 315 285
Rushes-yards 25-67 14-34
Passing 248 251
Punt Returns 2-21 3-26
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-20
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0
Comp-Att-Int 27-35-1 31-42-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 3-20
Punts 7-48.429 6-49.5
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-2
Penalties-Yards 8-65 6-40
Time of Possession 33:25 26:35

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Green Bay, A.Jones 12-36, Dillon 12-32, Aa.Rodgers 1-(minus 1). Tampa Bay, Fournette 12-35, Perriman 1-0, Brady 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_Green Bay, Aa.Rodgers 27-35-1-255. Tampa Bay, Brady 31-42-0-271.

RECEIVING_Green Bay, Doubs 8-73, Tonyan 6-37, Lazard 4-45, A.Jones 3-11, Cobb 2-57, T.Davis 2-26, Dillon 2-6. Tampa Bay, Gage 12-87, Brate 5-52, Fournette 5-35, Perriman 3-44, Beasley 3-12, Darden 1-25, Rudolph 1-12, Miller 1-4.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

L.A. Rams 20, Arizona 12

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET

Teams: LAR

L.A. Rams 10 3 7 0 20
Arizona 0 6 3 3 12
First Quarter

LAR_FG Gay 22, 9:45. Drive: 8 plays, 31 yards, 3:49. Key Plays: Stafford 16 pass to Powell; Stafford 10 pass to Kupp. L.A. Rams 3, Arizona 0.

LAR_Kupp 20 run (Gay kick), 4:00. Drive: 7 plays, 58 yards, 4:50. Key Plays: Stafford 14 pass to Kupp; Stafford 19 pass to Higbee; Stafford 4 run on 3rd-and-3. L.A. Rams 10, Arizona 0.

Second Quarter

LAR_FG Gay 40, 13:23. Drive: 6 plays, 58 yards, 3:08. Key Plays: Stafford 28 pass to Blanton; Stafford 26 pass to Skowronek; Stafford 6 pass to Higbee on 3rd-and-12. L.A. Rams 13, Arizona 0.

Ari_FG Prater 23, 1:51. Drive: 19 plays, 65 yards, 9:30. Key Plays: Murray 10 pass to Mar.Brown on 3rd-and-11; Conner 2 run on 4th-and-1; Murray 4 pass to Mar.Brown on 4th-and-2; Murray 20 pass to Mar.Brown; Murray 13 pass to Dortch on 3rd-and-10; Conner 2 run on 3rd-and-1. L.A. Rams 13, Arizona 3.

Ari_FG Prater 43, :02. Drive: 8 plays, 47 yards, 00:46. Key Plays: Murray 10 pass to Ertz; Murray 11 pass to Mar.Brown; Murray 13 pass to Mar.Brown; Murray 30 pass to Dortch. L.A. Rams 13, Arizona 6.

Third Quarter

Ari_FG Prater 49, 5:10. Drive: 16 plays, 58 yards, 7:47. Key Plays: Conner 5 run on 4th-and-1; Murray 10 pass to Mar.Brown on 3rd-and-2; Conner 6 run on 3rd-and-3. L.A. Rams 13, Arizona 9.

LAR_Akers 14 run (Gay kick), 1:00. Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 4:10. Key Plays: Stafford 11 pass to Kupp on 3rd-and-11; Stafford 26 pass to Higbee; Akers 14 run. L.A. Rams 20, Arizona 9.

Fourth Quarter

Ari_FG Prater 31, 1:07. Drive: 17 plays, 84 yards, 5:32. Key Plays: Conner 10 run; Conner 2 run on 3rd-and-2; Murray 10 pass to Baccellia; Murray 6 run on 3rd-and-13; Murray 14 pass to Mar.Brown on 4th-and-7; Murray 12 pass to Ertz; Murray 14 pass to Dortch; Murray 6 pass to Benjamin on 3rd-and-10. L.A. Rams 20, Arizona 12.

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LAR Ari
FIRST DOWNS 15 23
Rushing 5 8
Passing 10 15
Penalty 0 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 3-8 6-18
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-0 4-5
TOTAL NET YARDS 341 365
Total Plays 46 81
Avg Gain 7.4 4.5
NET YARDS RUSHING 102 70
Rushes 20 21
Avg per rush 5.1 3.333
NET YARDS PASSING 239 295
Sacked-Yds lost 1-10 2-19
Gross-Yds passing 249 314
Completed-Att. 18-25 37-58
Had Intercepted 0 0
Yards-Pass Play 9.192 4.917
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 5-5-5 5-4-3
PUNTS-Avg. 3-45.0 4-40.0
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 75 12
Punt Returns 4-44 3-12
Kickoff Returns 1-31 0-0
Interceptions 0-0 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 6-35 6-50
FUMBLES-Lost 1-1 0-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 26:04 33:56

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_L.A. Rams, Akers 12-63, Kupp 1-20, Henderson 4-17, Stafford 3-2. Arizona, Conner 13-39, Benjamin 5-16, Murray 2-8, D.Williams 1-7.

PASSING_L.A. Rams, Stafford 18-25-0-249. Arizona, Murray 37-58-0-314.

RECEIVING_L.A. Rams, Skowronek 4-66, Higbee 4-61, Kupp 4-44, Powell 3-27, Al.Robinson 2-23, Blanton 1-28. Arizona, M.Brown 14-140, Dortch 9-80, Ertz 6-45, Conner 3-18, Baccellia 2-13, Benjamin 2-7, Isabella 1-11.

PUNT RETURNS_L.A. Rams, Powell 3-43, Gervase 1-1. Arizona, Dortch 3-12.

KICKOFF RETURNS_L.A. Rams, Powell 1-31. Arizona, None.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_L.A. Rams, Kendrick 8-0-0, Ramsey 7-1-0, Wagner 6-3-0, Scott 6-1-0, Donald 5-2-1, Rapp 5-1-0, Haley 3-1-0, Hollins 3-1-0, Jones 3-1-0, A.Robinson 3-0-0, Lewis 2-0-1, Floyd 1-3-0, Burgess 1-1-0, Gaines 1-0-0. Arizona, Baker 5-3-0, J.Thompson 5-2-0, Collins 4-0-0, Whittaker 3-0-0, Gardeck 2-0-0, Niemann 2-0-0, Allen 1-2-0, Murphy 1-2-0, Dogbe 1-1-0, Watt 1-0-1, Golden 1-0-0, Wilson 1-0-0, Vigil 0-3-0, Fotu 0-1-0, I.Simmons 0-1-0, C.Thomas 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_L.A. Rams, None. Arizona, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Adrian Hill, Ump Roy Ellison, HL David Oliver, LJ Kevin Codey, FJ Mearl Robinson, SJ Jim Quirk, BJ Keith Ferguson, Replay Roddy Ames.

L.A. Rams 20, Arizona 12

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET

Teams: ARI LAR

L.A. Rams 10 3 7 0 20
Arizona 0 6 3 3 12
First Quarter

LAR_FG Gay 22, 9:45.

LAR_Kupp 20 run (Gay kick), 4:00.

Second Quarter

LAR_FG Gay 40, 13:23.

Ari_FG Prater 23, 1:51.

Ari_FG Prater 43, :02.

Third Quarter

Ari_FG Prater 49, 5:10.

LAR_Akers 14 run (Gay kick), 1:00.

Fourth Quarter

Ari_FG Prater 31, 1:07.

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LAR Ari
First downs 15 23
Total Net Yards 341 365
Rushes-yards 20-102 21-70
Passing 239 295
Punt Returns 4-44 3-12
Kickoff Returns 1-31 0-0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 18-25-0 37-58-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-10 2-19
Punts 3-45.0 4-40.0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 6-35 6-50
Time of Possession 26:04 33:56

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_L.A. Rams, Akers 12-63, Kupp 1-20, Henderson 4-17, Stafford 3-2. Arizona, Conner 13-39, Benjamin 5-16, Murray 2-8, D.Williams 1-7.

PASSING_L.A. Rams, Stafford 18-25-0-249. Arizona, Murray 37-58-0-314.

RECEIVING_L.A. Rams, Skowronek 4-66, Higbee 4-61, Kupp 4-44, Powell 3-27, Al.Robinson 2-23, Blanton 1-28. Arizona, M.Brown 14-140, Dortch 9-80, Ertz 6-45, Conner 3-18, Baccellia 2-13, Benjamin 2-7, Isabella 1-11.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Rams continue dominance of Cardinals with 20-12 victory

14m ago 9/25/2022 7:38 PM ET By DAVID BRANDT, AP Sports Writer GLENDALE, Ariz.

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Matthew Stafford threw for 249 yards, Cam Akers and Cooper Kupp both scored touchdowns and the Los Angeles Rams used a stellar defensive effort to beat the Arizona Cardinals 20-12 on Sunday.

The Rams (2-1) continued their dominance in the series of NFC West rivals, winning 11 of the past 12 games dating to 2017, including last year's 34-11 win in the playoffs.

LA's offense had some good moments, but the win was largely due to its defense. Aaron Donald had a sack and two tackles for loss while Jalen Ramsey added two passes defended and a tackle for loss. The Rams gave up 365 total yards but limited the Cardinals to no touchdowns and four field goals.

Arizona's Kyler Murray was 37-of-58 passing for 314 yards. Marquise Brown caught 14 passes for 140 yards. The Cardinals have lost seven of nine games dating to last season.

The Cardinals (1-2) cut the deficit to 13-9 in the third quarter on Matt Prater's third field goal of the afternoon, this one from 49 yards.

But the Rams took control on the ensuing drive, with Akers shaking off multiple would-be tacklers to score on a 14-yard run for a 20-9 advantage. It capped an eight-play, 85-yard drive that included a big third-down conversion on 3rd-and-11 when Stafford evaded Arizona's pressure, spun and delivered a pass to Kupp.

Los Angeles pushed its lead to 10-0 in the first quarter when Kupp ran for a 20-yard touchdown. Kupp was in motion before the play and took a quick handoff from Stafford, which fooled most of the Cardinals defense and allowed the receiver room to sprint to the corner of the end zone.

While the Rams were building a 13-0 lead, the Cardinals had another slow start on offense. Arizona had just 14 yards rushing before the break and settled for two field goals, trailing 13-6 at halftime.

The Cardinals were coming off a thrilling 29-23 overtime win over the Las Vegas Raiders, clawing back into the game after falling behind 20-0 at halftime. The Rams beat the Falcons 31-27 last weekend.

MISSED OPPORTUNITY

Akers had some good moments, but also a bad one. He fumbled at the 1-yard line while trying to score a touchdown in the fourth quarter that would have put the Rams ahead 27-9.

SPECIAL TEAMS

The Rams turned a blocked punt into an eventual field goal during the first quarter. Andy Lee’s punt was deflected by Michael Hoecht, and Los Angeles recovered at Arizona’s 35-yard line. Eight plays later, Matt Gay made a 22-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead.

INJURIES

Rams: RT Rob Havenstein was shaken up in the third quarter and left the game. ... CB Derion Kendrick was evaluated for a concussion.

Cardinals: WR Rondale Moore (hamstring) missed his third consecutive game. ... OL Justin Pugh (elbow) left in the second quarter but returned ... WR A.J. Green (knee) left in the second quarter and didn't return. ... DL Rashard Lawrence (hand) and LB Zaven Collins (shoulder) both left the game in the second half.

UP NEXT

Rams: Get an extra day off before traveling to face the 49ers on Monday, Oct. 3.

Cardinals: Travel to face the Panthers next Sunday.

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Lions' Campbell left with FG try regret in last-minute loss

24m ago 9/25/2022 7:28 PM ET By DAVE CAMPBELL, AP Pro Football Writer MINNEAPOLIS

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — After reaping the rewards of an aggressive approach all afternoon, Detroit coach Dan Campbell stopped himself late in the game at Minnesota.

Campbell made the cautious call to try a 54-yard field goal with the Lions leading by three points and the Vikings out of timeouts with 1:10 left, and he quickly regretted it.

Austin Seibert pushed the kick wide right. The Vikings then used a pair of 28-yard completions from Kirk Cousins to K.J. Osborn to complete their comeback for a 28-24 victory on Sunday.

“I should have gone for it on fourth down. I told the team that: Should have gone for it,” Campbell said. “I just felt like, ‘You know what? Let’s kick the field goal. We go up by six and force them to score a touchdown for the win.’”

The Lions moved 50 yards in six plays on their opening drive, but Seibert's 48-yard kick on fourth-and-6 bounced off the right upright. From then on, Campbell had his foot on the gas.

Mirroring the strategy by defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn that sent multiple extra pass rushers at Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, the Lions went for it six times on fourth down and converted four. Leading 14-7 on fourth-and-1 from their own 49 midway through the second quarter, the Lions turned the ball over on downs when Eric Kendricks knocked down a pass from Jared Goff to T.J. Hockenson. The Vikings went the other way in nine plays to score the tying touchdown.

Campbell wasn't deterred, feeling like the Lions needed to stay aggressive with a potent Vikings offense on the other side. The six fourth-down attempts were the most in the NFL this season. The four conversions matched the Los Angeles Chargers for the league high in 2022. They went 4 for 4 in a loss to Kansas City on Sept. 15.

Facing fourth-and-1 at the Minnesota 30 with 3:35 remaining, the Lions went for it again — only to have Jamaal Williams stuffed for no gain on a run off right tackle. That time, the defense responded by turning the Vikings over on downs.

The Lions moved 11 yards, took 1:22 off the clock — and set their coach up for the fateful call.

“I regret that decision, 100%. I really do. I hate it, and I do feel like I cost our team. I really do,” said Campbell, who also left Minnesota last year with a sour taste after successfully calling for the go-ahead 2-point conversion try with 37 seconds left only to have the Lions lose 19-17 on a last-play 54-yard field goal by the Vikings.

Goff said he considered trying to talk Campbell out of the field goal.

“I wish I would have. That was a tough spot, man. It’s a tough decision. Obviously, we make the field goal and we stop them on defense, there’s no question about it, right?” Goff said. “But it’s tough. It was fourth-and-4. You’re kind of in that ’tweener zone.' You can even discuss to punt it in some scenarios. But ultimately, I wish I would have said something to Dan.”

The Lions have put together under Campbell a far more dangerous team to face than they've been in recent years, but going home with a 1-2 record after another gut-punch loss is all they'll be thinking about this week.

“We’re right there. I can feel it. Seven years now I’ve been here and, like, we are right there," left tackle Taylor Decker said. “We are so close to being a really, really good team. But we've just got to get over the hump.”

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Atlanta 27, Seattle 23

24m ago 9/25/2022 7:28 PM ET

Teams: ATL SEA

Atlanta 10 7 10 0 27
Seattle 10 10 3 0 23
First Quarter

Sea_FG Myers 32, 10:19.

Atl_Mariota 1 run (Koo kick), 7:10.

Sea_Dissly 18 pass from G.Smith (Myers kick), 4:12.

Atl_FG Koo 41, :07.

Second Quarter

Atl_Patterson 17 run (Koo kick), 8:12.

Sea_Metcalf 18 pass from G.Smith (Myers kick), 3:58.

Sea_FG Myers 31, :05.

Third Quarter

Atl_FG Koo 54, 10:00.

Sea_FG Myers 25, 3:11.

Atl_London 14 pass from Mariota (Koo kick), :35.

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Atl Sea
First downs 24 23
Total Net Yards 389 420
Rushes-yards 31-182 23-112
Passing 207 308
Punt Returns 1-6 0-0
Kickoff Returns 0-0 2-52
Interceptions Ret. 1-12 1-7
Comp-Att-Int 13-20-1 32-44-1
Sacked-Yards Lost 3-22 2-17
Punts 1-73.0 2-51.0
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 2-15 6-47
Time of Possession 28:12 16:46

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Atlanta, Patterson 17-141, Allgeier 6-25, A.Williams 1-9, Mariota 7-7. Seattle, Penny 14-66, Dallas 3-21, Walker 3-19, Homer 1-7, G.Smith 2-(minus 1).

PASSING_Atlanta, Mariota 13-20-1-229. Seattle, G.Smith 32-44-1-325.

RECEIVING_Atlanta, Pitts 5-87, London 3-54, Zaccheaus 2-49, Firkser 1-22, Patterson 1-12, Allgeier 1-5. Seattle, Lockett 9-76, Metcalf 5-64, Fant 4-27, Dissly 3-34, Walker 3-14, Parkinson 2-44, Goodwin 2-31, Dallas 2-17, Hart 1-15, Penny 1-3.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Atlanta 27, Seattle 23

24m ago 9/25/2022 7:28 PM ET

Teams: ATL

Atlanta 10 7 10 0 27
Seattle 10 10 3 0 23
First Quarter

Sea_FG Myers 32, 10:19. Drive: 12 plays, 61 yards, 4:41. Key Plays: Penny 10 run; Penny 11 run; Penny 14 run; G.Smith 13 pass to Metcalf on 3rd-and-9. Seattle 3, Atlanta 0.

Atl_Mariota 1 run (Koo kick), 7:10. Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 3:09. Key Plays: Mariota 14 pass to Pitts on 3rd-and-4; Mariota 22 pass to Firkser; Mariota 21 pass to Pitts. Atlanta 7, Seattle 3.

Sea_Dissly 18 pass from G.Smith (Myers kick), 4:12. Drive: 7 plays, 74 yards, 2:58. Key Plays: Dallas kick return to Seattle 26; G.Smith 14 pass to Metcalf; G.Smith 36 pass to Parkinson on 3rd-and-1. Seattle 10, Atlanta 7.

Atl_FG Koo 41, :07. Drive: 10 plays, 52 yards, 4:05. Key Plays: Mariota 23 pass to Zaccheaus; Mariota 28 pass to Pitts. Atlanta 10, Seattle 10.

Second Quarter

Atl_Patterson 17 run (Koo kick), 8:12. Drive: 9 plays, 89 yards, 5:31. Key Plays: Mariota 30 pass to London; Mariota 26 pass to Zaccheaus on 3rd-and-19; Mariota 19 pass to Pitts on 3rd-and-5. Atlanta 17, Seattle 10.

Sea_Metcalf 18 pass from G.Smith (Myers kick), 3:58. Drive: 10 plays, 75 yards, 4:14. Key Plays: G.Smith 7 pass to Lockett on 3rd-and-7; G.Smith 16 pass to Fant; G.Smith 23 pass to Goodwin on 4th-and-2. Atlanta 17, Seattle 17.

Sea_FG Myers 31, :05. Drive: 12 plays, 67 yards, 2:58. Key Plays: G.Smith 8 pass to Parkinson on 3rd-and-5; G.Smith 15 pass to Hart; Dallas 16 run; G.Smith 13 pass to Metcalf on 3rd-and-7. Seattle 20, Atlanta 17.

Third Quarter

Atl_FG Koo 54, 10:00. Drive: 10 plays, 39 yards, 5:00. Key Play: Mariota 12 pass to Patterson. Atlanta 20, Seattle 20.

Sea_FG Myers 25, 3:11. Drive: 14 plays, 68 yards, 6:49. Key Plays: G.Smith 2 run on 3rd-and-1; G.Smith 10 pass to Dissly; K.Walker 21 run; Penny 3 run on 3rd-and-1. Seattle 23, Atlanta 20.

Atl_London 14 pass from Mariota (Koo kick), :35. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 2:36. Key Plays: Patterson 40 run; Patterson 18 run. Atlanta 27, Seattle 23.

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Atl Sea
FIRST DOWNS 24 23
Rushing 8 8
Passing 13 15
Penalty 3 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 4-7 9-17
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-0 2-3
TOTAL NET YARDS 389 420
Total Plays 54 69
Avg Gain 7.2 6.1
NET YARDS RUSHING 182 112
Rushes 31 23
Avg per rush 5.871 4.87
NET YARDS PASSING 207 308
Sacked-Yds lost 3-22 2-17
Gross-Yds passing 229 325
Completed-Att. 13-20 32-44
Had Intercepted 1 1
Yards-Pass Play 9.0 6.696
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 6-4-4 6-6-6
PUNTS-Avg. 1-73.0 2-51.0
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 18 59
Punt Returns 1-6 0-0
Kickoff Returns 0-0 2-52
Interceptions 1-12 1-7
PENALTIES-Yds 2-15 6-47
FUMBLES-Lost 3-1 0-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 28:12 16:46

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Atlanta, Patterson 17-141, Allgeier 6-25, A.Williams 1-9, Mariota 7-7. Seattle, Penny 14-66, Dallas 3-21, Walker 3-19, Homer 1-7, G.Smith 2-(minus 1).

PASSING_Atlanta, Mariota 13-20-1-229. Seattle, G.Smith 32-44-1-325.

RECEIVING_Atlanta, Pitts 5-87, London 3-54, Zaccheaus 2-49, Firkser 1-22, Patterson 1-12, Allgeier 1-5. Seattle, Lockett 9-76, Metcalf 5-64, Fant 4-27, Dissly 3-34, Walker 3-14, Parkinson 2-44, Goodwin 2-31, Dallas 2-17, Hart 1-15, Penny 1-3.

PUNT RETURNS_Atlanta, A.Williams 1-6. Seattle, None.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Atlanta, None. Seattle, Dallas 2-52.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Atlanta, Evans 9-3-0, Walker 8-1-0, Grant 6-1-0, Hayward 6-0-0, Terrell 6-0-0, Jarrett 4-1-1, Hawkins 3-1-0, Andersen 3-0-0, Carter 1-1-1, Rush 1-1-0, Ebiketie 1-0-0, Ford 1-0-0, Hesse 1-0-0, Graham 0-3-0, Landman 0-1-0, Ogundeji 0-1-0. Seattle, Brooks 6-3-0, J.Jones 6-1-0, Barton 3-2-0, Woods 3-2-0, Ford 3-1-0, Woolen 3-1-0, M.Jackson 3-0-0, Mafe 2-1-0, Taylor 2-0-1, Diggs 2-0-0, Nwosu 1-2-0, Jefferson 1-1-1, Bryant 1-0-1, D.Johnson 0-2-0, Mone 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Atlanta, Grant 1-12. Seattle, Woolen 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Tra Blake, Ump Tony Michalek, HL Patrick Turner, LJ Mark Stewart, FJ Tom Hill, SJ Don Willard, BJ Todd Prukop, Replay Andrew Lambert.

Jacksonville 38, L.A. Chargers 10

34m ago 9/25/2022 7:18 PM ET

Teams: JAC LAC

Jacksonville 0 16 15 7 38
L.A. Chargers 0 7 3 0 10
Second Quarter

Jac_FG Patterson 22, 14:57. Drive: 12 plays, 63 yards, 5:14. Key Plays: Lawrence 14 pass to Kirk; Lawrence 4 pass to J.Robinson on 3rd-and-2; Lawrence 17 pass to Agnew; J.Robinson 13 run; Lawrence 6 pass to M.Jones on 3rd-and-9. Jacksonville 3, L.A. Chargers 0.

Jac_FG Patterson 23, 13:52. Drive: 4 plays, 0 yards, 00:49. Key Play: De.Lloyd 10 interception return to L.A. Chargers 5. Jacksonville 6, L.A. Chargers 0.

Jac_Z.Jones 14 pass from Lawrence (Patterson kick), 10:23. Drive: 5 plays, 28 yards, 1:58. Key Play: Lawrence 9 pass to Engram on 3rd-and-8. Jacksonville 13, L.A. Chargers 0.

LAC_M.Williams 15 pass from Herbert (Hopkins kick), 6:10. Drive: 10 plays, 75 yards, 4:13. Key Plays: Herbert 17 pass to Carter on 3rd-and-6; Herbert 11 pass to Palmer; Herbert 11 pass to Everett. Jacksonville 13, L.A. Chargers 7.

Jac_FG Patterson 23, 1:02. Drive: 12 plays, 70 yards, 5:08. Key Plays: Lawrence 14 pass to Z.Jones on 3rd-and-5; Lawrence 35 pass to Kirk; Lawrence 3 pass to Z.Jones on 3rd-and-2; Lawrence 6 run on 3rd-and-11. Jacksonville 16, L.A. Chargers 7.

Third Quarter

LAC_FG Hopkins 25, 11:51. Drive: 11 plays, 68 yards, 3:09. Key Plays: Herbert 54 pass to Guyton on 3rd-and-15; Herbert 17 pass to Palmer. Jacksonville 16, L.A. Chargers 10.

Jac_J.Robinson 50 run (Patterson kick), 10:38. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 1:13. Key Play: Lawrence 16 pass to Z.Jones. Jacksonville 23, L.A. Chargers 10.

Jac_Kirk 4 pass from Lawrence (Engram pass from Lawrence), 1:15. Drive: 14 plays, 60 yards, 8:27. Key Plays: Lawrence 15 pass to Z.Jones; Lawrence 2 run on 4th-and-1. Jacksonville 31, L.A. Chargers 10.

Fourth Quarter

Jac_M.Jones 11 pass from Lawrence (Patterson kick), 4:54. Drive: 14 plays, 68 yards, 9:10. Key Plays: J.Robinson 3 run on 3rd-and-3; Lawrence 8 pass to M.Jones on 3rd-and-6; Lawrence 16 pass to Etienne on 3rd-and-6. Jacksonville 38, L.A. Chargers 10.

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Jac LAC
FIRST DOWNS 25 16
Rushing 8 2
Passing 16 13
Penalty 1 1
THIRD DOWN EFF 8-15 5-13
FOURTH DOWN EFF 2-3 0-2
TOTAL NET YARDS 413 312
Total Plays 75 58
Avg Gain 5.5 5.4
NET YARDS RUSHING 151 26
Rushes 36 12
Avg per rush 4.194 2.167
NET YARDS PASSING 262 286
Sacked-Yds lost 0-0 1-11
Gross-Yds passing 262 297
Completed-Att. 28-39 25-45
Had Intercepted 0 1
Yards-Pass Play 6.718 6.217
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 8-7-6 3-3-3
PUNTS-Avg. 1-56.0 4-43.75
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 28 47
Punt Returns 3-18 1-6
Kickoff Returns 0-0 2-41
Interceptions 1-10 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 2-10 8-64
FUMBLES-Lost 0-0 1-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 38:27 21:33

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Jacksonville, J.Robinson 17-100, Etienne 13-45, Lawrence 3-7, Z.Jones 1-0, Engram 1-0, Beathard 1-(minus 1). L.A. Chargers, Michel 5-22, Herbert 1-7, Ekeler 4-5, Kelley 1-(minus 3), Carter 1-(minus 5).

PASSING_Jacksonville, Lawrence 28-39-0-262. L.A. Chargers, Herbert 25-45-1-297.

RECEIVING_Jacksonville, Z.Jones 10-85, Kirk 6-72, M.Jones 4-33, Etienne 3-30, J.Robinson 3-16, Agnew 1-17, Engram 1-9. L.A. Chargers, Ekeler 8-48, Palmer 6-99, Carter 3-31, Guyton 2-64, Everett 2-25, Kelley 2-6, Williams 1-15, Michel 1-9.

PUNT RETURNS_Jacksonville, Agnew 3-18. L.A. Chargers, Carter 1-6.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Jacksonville, None. L.A. Chargers, Carter 2-41.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Jacksonville, Oluokun 6-1-0, Lloyd 5-2-0, Herndon 5-1-0, Jenkins 4-1-0, Campbell 4-0-0, Dari.Williams 3-1-0, Cisco 2-2-0, Smoot 2-0-1, Gotsis 1-0-0, Key 1-0-0, Robertson-Harris 1-0-0, Walker 0-2-0, Allen 0-1-0. L.A. Chargers, Tranquill 9-2-0, Davis 8-2-0, Ogbonnia 5-0-0, James 4-5-0, Joseph-Day 4-3-0, Mack 4-1-0, Van Noy 3-2-0, Samuel 3-1-0, Callahan 2-2-0, Murray 2-1-0, Tillery 2-0-0, Adderley 1-3-0, A.Johnson 1-1-0, Bosa 1-0-0, Everett 1-0-0, Rumph 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Jacksonville, Lloyd 1-10. L.A. Chargers, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Craig Wrolstad, Ump Steve Woods, HL Jim Mello, LJ Tripp Sutter, FJ Jeff Shears, SJ Jeff Lamberth, BJ Grantis Bell, Replay Kevin Stine.

Jacksonville 38, L.A. Chargers 10

34m ago 9/25/2022 7:18 PM ET

Teams: JAC LAC

Jacksonville 0 16 15 7 38
L.A. Chargers 0 7 3 0 10
Second Quarter

Jac_FG Patterson 22, 14:57.

Jac_FG Patterson 23, 13:52.

Jac_Z.Jones 14 pass from Lawrence (Patterson kick), 10:23.

LAC_M.Williams 15 pass from Herbert (Hopkins kick), 6:10.

Jac_FG Patterson 23, 1:02.

Third Quarter

LAC_FG Hopkins 25, 11:51.

Jac_J.Robinson 50 run (Patterson kick), 10:38.

Jac_Kirk 4 pass from Lawrence (Engram pass from Lawrence), 1:15.

Fourth Quarter

Jac_M.Jones 11 pass from Lawrence (Patterson kick), 4:54.

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Jac LAC
First downs 25 16
Total Net Yards 413 312
Rushes-yards 36-151 12-26
Passing 262 286
Punt Returns 3-18 1-6
Kickoff Returns 0-0 2-41
Interceptions Ret. 1-10 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 28-39-0 25-45-1
Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 1-11
Punts 1-56.0 4-43.75
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 2-10 8-64
Time of Possession 38:27 21:33

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Jacksonville, J.Robinson 17-100, Etienne 13-45, Lawrence 3-7, Z.Jones 1-0, Engram 1-0, Beathard 1-(minus 1). L.A. Chargers, Michel 5-22, Herbert 1-7, Ekeler 4-5, Kelley 1-(minus 3), Carter 1-(minus 5).

PASSING_Jacksonville, Lawrence 28-39-0-262. L.A. Chargers, Herbert 25-45-1-297.

RECEIVING_Jacksonville, Z.Jones 10-85, Kirk 6-72, M.Jones 4-33, Etienne 3-30, J.Robinson 3-16, Agnew 1-17, Engram 1-9. L.A. Chargers, Ekeler 8-48, Palmer 6-99, Carter 3-31, Guyton 2-64, Everett 2-25, Kelley 2-6, Williams 1-15, Michel 1-9.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Lawrence, Jaguars rout ailing Herbert, Chargers 38-10

34m ago 9/25/2022 7:18 PM ET By JOE REEDY, AP Sports Writer INGLEWOOD, Calif.

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Trevor Lawrence threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns, James Robinson rushed for 100 yards and a TD and the Jacksonville Jaguars snapped an 18-game road losing streak with a decisive 38-10 victory over ailing Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.

Herbert started after being listed as questionable all week with a rib injury. The third-year quarterback passed for 297 yards but turned it over twice, finishing 25 of 45 with a touchdown.

Jacksonville's road skid was tied for the eighth-longest in league history. The Jags won in the Pacific time zone for the fourth time in 19 trips and beat the Bolts on the road for the first time in six tries.

Riley Patterson kicked three field goals as the Jaguars (2-1) went over the 30-point mark for the first time since Week 2 of the 2020 season. It also marks the first time since December of 2000 they have won consecutive games by at least 20 points.

The Chargers (1-2) had the ball for only 22 minutes and were held to 29 rushing yards. Besides Herbert being at less than full strength, they were missing center Corey Linsley, receiver Keenan Allen and cornerback JC Jackson. Two additional starters — linebacker Joey Bosa and offensive tackle Rashawn Slater — were injured during the game.

The Jaguars led 16-10 early in the third quarter and dominated from there. Robinson provided the knockout punch with a 50-yard TD run off left tackle on fourth-and-1 from the 50. It was the longest TD run of Robinson's career and his second-longest carry overall.

After the Chargers went three-and-out, Lawrence — who completed 28 of 39 passes — directed a 14-play, 60-yard drive that took 8:27 off the clock and was capped by a 4-yard pass to Christian Kirk. Evan Engram scored the 2-point conversion to make it 31-10 with 1:15 remaining in the third quarter.

Lawrence completed his second three-TD game in the NFL with an 11-yard connection to Marvin Jones midway through the fourth quarter.

Jacksonville jumped out to a 13-0 lead in the second quarter with 10 points coming off Chargers turnovers. After Patterson was good from 22 yards on the first play of the second quarter, the Jaguars quickly got the ball back when Devin Lloyd picked off a Herbert pass on a deflection and returned it 10 yards to the LA 5-yard line. Jacksonville extended its lead to 6-0 on Patterson's 23-yarder.

The Jaguars found the end zone on their next possession. Five plays after Foyesade Oluokun recovered a fumble by Herbert at the LA 28, Lawrence rolled left and found Zay Jones in the back of the end zone from 14 yards out.

GREAT COMPANY

Lawrence lost his first nine road starts since being the top overall pick in the 2021 draft. Hall of Famer Peyton Manning also lost his first nine road starts before winning in Week 3 of his second season (1999), 27-10 at the San Diego Chargers.

RARE HIGHLIGHT

Herbert played despite fractured rib cartilage that he suffered on a hit in the Sept. 15 game at Kansas City.

The third-year quarterback, who made his 35th consecutive regular-season start, was 3 of 7 for 27 yards and had two turnovers on the first four drives before leading the Chargers on their lone touchdown drive midway through the second quarter. Herbert was 7 of 8, for 70 yards on that series, including a 15-yard TD pass to Mike Williams.

Herbert reached 900 completions and 10,000 passing yards in the loss. He is the fastest in league history to reach the completion milestone.

INJURIES

Chargers: Bosa suffered a groin injury during the first quarter and did not return. ... Slater (bicep) went out in the second half.

UP NEXT

Jaguars: At Philadelphia (3-0) next Sunday. Doug Pederson coached the Eagles for five seasons and led them to a Super Bowl title in 2017.

Chargers: At Houston (0-2-1) next Sunday.

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Justin Fields struggles again as Bears ride run game to win

43m ago 9/25/2022 7:09 PM ET By JAY COHEN, AP Sports Writer CHICAGO

CHICAGO (AP) — Moments after the game, Justin Fields wanted to get right back to work.

“I’m going to go see the film tonight. I played terrible,” Fields said. “See what I could have done better and get better.”

Fields' growth in his second season with the Chicago Bears is one of the biggest priorities for the team at the moment, and it's clear there is a long way to go for the young quarterback. But Chicago is leaning on its run game and defense in the meantime, and it's working.

Fields passed for just 106 yards and tossed two ugly interceptions Sunday against Houston, but the Bears rushed for 281 yards in a 23-20 victory over the Texans. Roquan Smith set up Cairo Santos' winning 30-yard field goal with a late interception in the fourth quarter.

The shaky performance by Fields comes after he went 7 for 11 for 70 yards with an interception during last weekend's 27-10 loss at Green Bay. The former Ohio State star, who was selected by Chicago with the No. 11 pick in the 2021 draft, has completed just 51.1% of his passes for 297 yards through three weeks, but the Bears improved to 2-1 with the win against Houston.

“On any unit, it’s always everybody. It’s always all 11,” first-year Bears coach Matt Eberflus said. “You can never just point to one guy. ... It’s the protection and it’s the route combinations being in sync and it’s everything. You know, so all of them — we’ll include him, but I think it’s everybody.”

The issues with Fields, to go along with an inconsistent offensive line and a less-than-reliable group of potential passing targets, are affecting Chicago's approach.

On third-and-10 from the Houston 35 on Chicago's first drive, David Montgomery carried the ball for 5 yards and Santos kicked a 47-yard field goal. Tristan Ebner had a 2-yard run on a third-and-6 play from the Chicago 14 in the second quarter. The Bears got the ball back with 1:04 left in the first half and didn't use any of their three timeouts.

The conservative play-calling led to some boos from the Soldier Field crowd of 60,592.

Asked about supporting Fields, Eberflus once again went back to the QB's supporting cast.

“While he’s going through this, and there’s going to be good and there’s going to be things that he has to improve on, but that’s on the whole football team,” he said. “The whole football team is like that.”

While Fields is struggling with his arm, his legs are another story. He scrambled for a career-best 29 yards on a third-and-9 play on Chicago's first drive, setting up Santos' first field goal. He finished with 47 yards on eight carries.

Each of his two interceptions went to Texans safety Jalen Pitre in the middle of the field. He badly missed while trying to find tight end Cole Kmet on the first one in the first quarter. The second was intended for Darnell Mooney on the first play of the fourth.

“I played like trash. Really just got to be better,” Fields said.

But Houston failed to score after each turnover, and Chicago made enough plays in the second half to get the win — even with Fields' trouble.

“Proud of the defense, the way we played, and proud of everybody,” Fields said. “Of course want to play better, but everybody in the locker room (is) fighting for each other.”

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Mistakes, struggles stymie Jets in deflating loss to Bengals

44m ago 9/25/2022 7:08 PM ET By DENNIS WASZAK Jr., AP Pro Football Writer EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — It took just one week for all those positive vibes to turn into frustration — again — for the New York Jets.

The offense struggled, the defense couldn't make crucial stops and veteran players made key mistakes in a 27-12 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

“It just wasn't clicking,” coach Robert Saleh said.

This dud came after a stunning 31-30 victory at Cleveland last Sunday when Joe Flacco rallied New York from a 13-point deficit with 1:55 remaining. That had many fans wondering if — even with starting quarterback Zach Wilson out and likely back next week — the Jets are a different team than the sorry squads that had so many awful Sundays the past few years.

And they still might be. But not on this day.

The Jets were gouged early by Joe Burrow and the defending AFC champions and couldn't recover. Four turnovers — Flacco lost two fumbles and was intercepted twice — didn't help.

“It’s frustrating,” Saleh said. “Any time you turn the ball over and you only get one takeaway, obviously you’re not going to win the football game."

The Jets failed to get in the end zone all day against the Bengals, settling for four field goals from Greg Zuerlein. They went 7 of 18 on third down and 0 for 3 on fourth. Flacco was 28 of 52 for 285 yards and two interceptions, and was under pressure all game.

The frustrated fans at MetLife Stadium booed on a few of Flacco's throwaways when there was no one open. They also chanted for Mike White — who rallied the Jets to a 34-31 win over the Bengals last season — to get into the game.

“Fans want you to win,” Flacco said. “They’re here to watch their team win. You get their frustration.”

Truth is, those same fans don't want Flacco or White. They want Wilson, who the focus of this season is really on. The second-year quarterback has been out since injuring his right knee in the preseason opener. Saleh has said the earliest Wilson would return is Week 4 at Pittsburgh — and that's next Sunday.

“We’ll evaluate it all tomorrow,” Saleh said. “Expecting, but again, until the doctors say so, I’m going to just say that he’s being evaluated.”

The defense shared much of the blame for the loss, and it knew it was in for a long day when Burrow led an 11-play opening drive during which he was 8 of 10 for 95 yards and a touchdown.

At the beginning of the second quarter, defensive lineman Quinnen Williams and defensive line coach Aaron Whitecotton got into a sideline shouting match. Following Burrow's 56-yard TD to Tyler Boyd, Williams urged the coaches to switch to a four-man rush instead of seven.

“That came out of me to just challenge my D-line coach,” Williams said, “and be like, ‘Put it on our back, Coach. You know what we’ve got in this room — four-man rush!'”

Williams said he and Whitecotton are fine — "That's love right there. That's like a brother — and Saleh said he was not wrong to challenge the coaches.

“I love the fire,” Saleh said, adding he didn't necessarily like the jawing between the two.

But the defense has some real issues. For three games, the Jets have failed to consistently stop offenses — or get to the quarterback. Burrow had been sacked 13 times entering Sunday. New York got to him just twice.

Cornerback D.J. Reed said the defense — players and coaches — need to get better, and fast.

“It’s unacceptable,” Reed said. “So we’ve got to have a meeting and just talk about everything.”

There were also mental errors, in addition to Flacco's miscues. John Franklin-Myers was called for unnecessary roughness after landing on Burrow after a third-down incompletion. It was compounded moments later by a missed tackle by Jordan Whitehead on Boyd's 56-yard touchdown on the last play of the opening quarter.

Lamarcus Joyner was called for an unnecessary roughness penalty after he hit Tee Higgins with the crown of his helmet in the second quarter. It put the Bengals in Jets territory, and they got a field goal.

And with the Jets driving late, wide receiver Corey Davis was called for a personal foul when he grabbed cornerback Eli Apple's facemask during an argument — pushing New York from the Bengals 14 to the 29, and the Jets didn't score.

“Our vets made critical mistakes at critical times,” Saleh said. "JFM had the critical third down foul which, ticky-tack or not, he just doesn’t have to. And then Corey with the penalty he had.

“It has to get fixed.”

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Saints limp to London with plenty of wide receiver issues

54m ago 9/25/2022 6:58 PM ET By STEVE REED, AP Sports Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The New Orleans Saints boarded a plane to London on Sunday night with plenty of excess baggage, including a two-game losing streak and several questions at wide receiver.

Veteran starting wideout Michael Thomas left New Orleans’ 22-14 loss to Carolina with a toe injury. Jarvis Landry exited with an ankle injury and Tre’Quan Smith’s day ended with a concussion.

As if the Saints (1-2) really need any more problems on offense after failing to score in the first three quarters against the Panthers on Sunday, one week after being limited to three points in the first three quarters against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“We were really down to two receivers there at the end,” coach Dennis Allen said. “We’ll have to evaluate to where everybody’s at and how significant the injuries are and where we go from there.”

Allen said he remains confident in quarterback Jameis Winston, even as the veteran battles through a back injury.

After a slow start, Winston completed 25 of 41 passes for 353 yards with one touchdown pass to Marquez Callaway and two interceptions, although one of those came on a Hail Mary pass from his own 1-yard line on the final play.

“I think in this situation everybody is looking for a place to place blame," Allen said. “There’s enough mistakes to go around that I don’t want to go there. I feel confident with Jameis. Certainly we all need to do better. And that’s what we’re going to do.”

Winston didn't get much help early from running back Alvin Kamara, who put the Saints in a 7-0 hole when he was stripped of the ball by Frankie Luvu, allowing Marquis Haynes to return it 44 yards for a touchdown.

With both teams in an offensive rut in the first half, that was a huge play and stood as the only touchdown for the first three quarters as the Panthers built a 13-0 lead.

Winston said it's time for the Saints to “dig deep and persevere” beginning this Sunday when they face the Minnesota Vikings, who battled back to beat the Detroit Lions 28-24.

The quarterback pointed to the Saints needing to start faster and finish drives.

However, it's unclear if they'll be able to do that with potentially limited weapons on offense.

“We’ve got a bunch of resilient guys,” Winston said. "Hopefully, we can get those guys back and get us a win in London."

If there is some good news for the Saints it's that rookie wide receiver Chris Olave looks like an emerging star.

The 11th overall draft pick from Ohio State had another strong game with nine catches for 147 yards against one of the best defensive backfields in the league.

Olave has 268 yards on 17 receptions through his first three NFL games — despite playing in a backup role. He may be pressed into a starting role this week if Thomas and/or Landry are unable to play.

Allen said he wouldn't use the word “surprised” by the Saints' struggles on offense, suggesting there are some growing pains involved.

“We’ve got a lot of new pieces and really didn’t get a chance to work in training camp as much as we would’ve liked," Allen said. "But we’ve got a job to do. We’ve got to go out there and play better and we’ve got to go out there and perform better. We’ve got to coach them better. That starts with me.”

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Broncos' Hackett hires Rosburg to help him in his decisions

1.1h ago 9/25/2022 6:48 PM ET By ARNIE STAPLETON, AP Pro Football Writer DENVER

Teams: DEN SF

DENVER (AP) — Denver Broncos first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett has lured longtime NFL assistant coach Jerry Rosburg out of retirement to help him make better decisions during games.

Rosburg, 66, agreed to join Hackett's staff after observing practice during the week and meeting with quarterback Russell Wilson and others in the organization.

His first game in the booth for the Broncos (1-1) came Sunday night against the San Francisco 49ers (1-1).

Rosburg's hiring as a senior assistant followed several operational miscues by Denver's rookie head coach and multiple communication breakdowns on his staff in the first two weeks of the season.

Hackett said a day after Denver's 16-9 win over Houston last weekend that he would correct the mistakes that dogged the Broncos at Seattle and at home against the Texans.

“We have to make sure the communication is clear and concise,” Hackett said Monday. "I need to do better at making decisions faster and quicker and getting that information to the quarterback and being on the same page with him. ... It has to improve.”

On Thursday, Hackett said some of the operational errors stemmed from having had no prior head coaching experience. Hackett also has two first-time coordinators in Justin Outten on offense and Ejiro Evero on defense.

Hackett was criticized after failing to get calls into his QB fast enough in a 17-16 loss at Seattle in Week 1 when he chose to try a 64-yard field goal (1-in-20 chance) rather than having Wilson go for it on fourth-and-5 (70% chance) in the final minute.

After the operational issues continued in Week 2, when the home crowd resorted to counting down the play clock for the Broncos offense, Hackett huddled with general manager George Paton and told him he’d like to hire a veteran presence to help him manage the game.

He quickly honed in on Rosburg, who has two decades of experience in the NFL. Rosburg was living in Florida following his retirement from the Baltimore Ravens in 2019 after spending 11 seasons as John Harbaugh's special teams coordinator and confidant.

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Blown scoring chances, late penalty prove costly for Chiefs

1.1h ago 9/25/2022 6:48 PM ET By MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS

Players: Matt Ryan
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kansas City defensive tackle Chris Jones blamed himself for the Chiefs' first loss of the season.

Coach Andy Reid and quarterback Patrick Mahomes accepted responsibility, too.

The truth was there were plenty of head-scratching moments Sunday as the Indianapolis Colts rallied for the go-ahead touchdown with 24 seconds left to steal a 20-17 victory in their home opener.

“It (stinks), man,” Jones said when asked about the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty he drew on Indy's final drive. “It was third down, we got off the field, defense fought hard and I kind of put us in a situation to get back on the field. And then we got scored on, and that sums up the game. So, I’ll take that one. It was my fault. It was definitely my fault.”

Jones thought he was simply having a conversation with Colts quarterback Matt Ryan and didn't know what drew the flag. Ryan said he wasn't sure, either.

According to a postgame pool report, referee Shawn Smith explained the call was for abusive language toward an opponent and additional details would be included in the crew's game report. Either way, the result was the same — an extended drive that led to the loss.

But it wasn't just Jones.

From Skyy Moore's muffed punt at his own 4-yard line to another misplayed punt that resulted in Kansas City being pinned inside the 1-yard line, Sunday's game was full of missed opportunities.

Yes, the Chiefs converted a 2-point pass just before halftime to erase Matt Ammendola's missed extra point. But they couldn't overcome Ammendola missing a 34-yard field goal to the left, setting up the Colts' final drive.

Or the fake field goal Reid called for on Kansas City's previous possession. Instead of potentially extending the lead to 20-13 with a 42-yarder, Tommy Townsend's pass fell incomplete.

“That’s one I probably shouldn’t have called,” Reid said. "In this league, the parity is crazy so any mistake is magnified. But we thought we could get it.”

Mahomes wasn't happy, either, when the Chiefs (2-1) decided to run out the clock before halftime instead of trying to score again. It resulted in a brief shouting match between the quarterback and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy before Reid broke it up.

But Mahomes was more upset with the Chiefs' inability to finish drives. In four red-zone trips, only two resulted in touchdowns and both came after turnovers deep in Colts territory.

Otherwise, it was a field goal kind of day.

“As an offense, we’ve got to make it where those little mistakes don’t cause a loss,” Mahomes said after going 20 of 35 for 262 yards, one TD and his first interception of the season. "We have multiple chances to get in the end zone. If we get in one time in the second half and don’t stall out at the goal line, we win the game.”

Perhaps even more frustrating was that it all happened against a foe still reeling from last week's embarrassing shutout at Jacksonville and still seeking its first win. This time, though, the Colts (1-1-1) took full advantage of Kansas City's miscues.

They got their first lead of the season three plays after the muffed punt and took the lead for good on Ryan's 12-yard TD pass to rookie Jelanie Woods nine plays after the call on Jones.

“We still have a lot of improving to do and what I’ve found throughout my career is usually you find ways to get better throughout the season,” Ryan said. “But you’ve got to find ways to win till you get there.”

The Colts did just enough Sunday.

Kansas City, meanwhile, will spend this week looking for solutions after losing for just the third time in Mahomes' 16 career September starts.

“I didn’t think I said anything vulgar or disrespectful, but I just can’t say anything within the heat of the moment,” Jones said. "The game is changing, so I have to evolve to the game.”

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Commanders' Wentz fumbles, struggles in 1st game vs. Eagles

1.7h ago 9/25/2022 6:08 PM ET By STEPHEN WHYNO, AP Sports Writer LANDOVER, Md.

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Brandon Graham wished Carson Wentz well before the longtime Philadelphia Eagles teammates faced off for the first time.

“I hope you have a great year — just not today,” the defensive end told the new Washington Commanders quarterback.

Graham was right. Wentz had a terrible day in his first game against the team that drafted him, fumbling twice, losing one of them and getting sacked nine times in a 24-8 Eagles drubbing of the Commanders on Sunday. Wentz had just 24 yards passing at halftime, when Philadelphia led 24-0, and made up most of the rest of his stat line in garbage time.

“I think he could have played better,” coach Ron Rivera said. “That’s the truth.”

The truth is Rivera bet his team's success this season on Wentz when he acquired the veteran quarterback from the Indianapolis Colts, who also thought they solved their problems at the position by trading for Wentz a year earlier.

After Wentz threw for seven touchdowns in the first two weeks of the season — one comeback victory against Jacksonville and another effort that fell short in a loss at Detroit thanks to a slow start — his performance against the Eagles was more reminiscent of why they moved on from him following the 2020 season.

Wentz said he was “not good enough" and added, “I've got to be better.” He downplayed the emotional impact of facing his first NFL team, Jalen Hurts who replaced him and the heavy concentration of Philadelphia fans in the stands.

“They got our number today,” Wentz said. “Obviously I’ve been on that side of the ball. I know Eagles fans travel well and they showed up and they had a lot to cheer for today because we didn’t play our best ball and I didn’t play my best ball.”

Wentz finished 25 of 43 for 211 yards, but those numbers were little consolation after the game got out of reach. Six of Philadelphia's nine sacks came in the first half against a QB defenders knew well.

“We just made it about us,” said Graham, who led the Eagles with 2½ sacks. “We knew what we knew about Carson, but we knew it was a new day. He’s with a new team. And he knows his issues, too. But we just wanted to go out there and play as a team.”

Many of the sacks could be blamed on coverage breakdowns, and Eagles coach Nick Sirianni thought the defense did a good job forcing “known pass” situations and taking advantage of them. But Wentz also held onto the ball too long on a couple of them, and the fumble he lost set up Philadelphia's first touchdown.

“I’ve got to get rid of the ball in a lot of those situations: find a way to find a check down and just move on,” Wentz said. “Hats off to their D-line, their front. It’s a good front, but I’ve got to be better and help our guys out."

Rivera continued to defend Wentz off the field, blasting the timing of an ESPN report published earlier Sunday saying Washington had the framework of a deal in place with San Francisco for 49ers starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo before Garoppolo decided to have shoulder surgery.

“We are getting ready to play Philadelphia,” Rivera said. “That’s what I’m disappointed in. I really am. Whatever it is for whatever reason, the report’s got to get out. Did it really have to get out, or could it have waited until after we finished our game and then get it out? So I’m just disappointed it got out.”

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Patriots QB Jones leaves with leg injury after 3rd pick

2.4h ago 9/25/2022 5:28 PM ET By JIMMY GOLEN, AP Sports Writer FOXBOROUGH, Mass.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones hopped off the field, unable to put any weight on his left leg.

His third interception sealed the Patriots’ 37-26 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

The injury could doom the rest of their season.

The second-year signal-caller and heir to Tom Brady as the Patriots quarterback, Jones left the game in the fourth quarter in obvious pain and needed to be helped to the locker room. He was not available to reporters because of what the team said was a leg injury.

”Mac is a hell of a quarterback,” Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon said. “We don’t know what happened. I’m riding with (No.) 10. We have to play in the parking lot, we play at Gillette (Stadium), whatever. I’m riding with him.”

Jones completed 22 of 32 passes for 321 yards, and he also made like Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson by scampering for a 3-yard score — his first career rushing touchdown. But Jones, who has never missed a start, has now left back-to-back games with injuries, and this one appeared serious.

Jones was picked off in third quarter, on the second play after Jackson hit Devin Duvernay for a 4-yard touchdown that gave the Ravens a 28-0 lead. He was intercepted again with nine minutes left in the fourth, overthrowing DeVante Parker in the end zone when trailing 31-26 after New England drove to the Baltimore 10.

But the one that could linger was at the 2-minute warning, when Ravens lineman Calais Campbell brought Jones down in the backfield just as he unloaded the ball toward Kendrick Bourne. Marcus Peters came down with the ball, and the 307-pound Campbell came down on Jones’ left leg.

Jones grimaced in pain, reached for his ankle and then pulled himself up on one leg before hopping off the field and heading to the locker room. Photos of him heading down the stairs, with someone under each arm to help him, also showed him in what appeared to be extreme pain.

“Just trying to get pressure on him. Hit him. Make him uncomfortable,” Campbell said. “I hate to see him get hurt. That’s the worst part of the game. I hope he is OK.”

Coach Bill Belichick said he had no information on the injury. Patriots spokesman Stacey James confirmed that Jones had a leg injury and would not be available. While reporters waited near Jones' locker, a team employee came and gathered his things.

Jones also left last week's game, a 17-14 victory over Pittsburgh, with a back injury.

“Playing quarterback in this league, you take some hits. It’s tough,” defensive back Devin McCourty said. “I know if he has something he can go and play with, he’s going to play with it. ... I think we’ll continue to rally around him.”

The Patriots have 36-year-old Brian Hoyer as their backup, with rookie Bailey Zappe as their No. 3 quarterback. Hoyer has played for seven teams in 14 seasons — including three stints with New England — almost all of it as a backup.

“Brian Hoyer, he's a leader. He's a vet. He knows the defenses,” Parker said. “He's seen it all.”

The Patriots committed four turnovers in the second half, with Nelson Agholor fumbling the ball away after a reception in the fourth quarter when they trailed 31-26. New England turned the ball over on its last three possessions.

“You’re not going to win turning the ball over in the fourth quarter,” Belichick said. “You’re behind, you got to be aggressive. But still on those, we got to do a better job than we did on those plays, for sure.”

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Ryan drives Colts to 1st win with 20-17 comeback vs Chiefs

3.1h ago 9/25/2022 4:48 PM ET By MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Matt Ryan kept the faith Sunday.

As the 37-year-old quarterback looked around the huddle, he sensed his Indianapolis Colts teammates would find a way to make some big plays late. Eventually, with a little help from the Kansas City defense, they did.

Ryan capped a masterfully managed final drive by finding rookie Jelani Woods on a 12-yard touchdown pass with 24 seconds left for a 20-17 comeback win over the Chiefs. It was Ryan's first victory with the Colts — sealed by Rodney McLeod Jr.'s interception with 2 seconds to go.

“Sometimes you have a game where it’s just not right and you have to tighten things up, but you can't be uptight,” Ryan said, referring to last week's shutout loss at Jacksonville. “You have to be loose enough to believe we’re going to make these plays.”

While this one certainly wasn't pretty and, at times, was downright ugly, the Colts (1-1-1) still managed to snap a four-game winless streak that dated to last season's final two games. Indy looked listless in all four.

This time, the defense stymied Patrick Mahomes & Co., giving up just a field goal in the second half and two touchdowns following turnovers in Colts territory. The offense, meanwhile, did just enough to take advantage of some uncharacteristic Chiefs miscues.

And when it mattered most, Ryan was at his best. He finished 27 of 37 for 222 yards despite getting sacked five times and losing two fumbles. And he found Woods twice for touchdowns. The first gave Indy its first lead of the season and the second one, wrestled away by Woods, gave Indy the win.

“That’s the player we expect Jelani to be,” coach Frank Reich said. “He’s a big man and he’s fast. You could see his growth in the offseason and during training camp. He’s just continued to get better."

The Chiefs (2-1) helped out, too.

An unsportsmanlike conduct call on defensive tackle Chris Jones following a third-down sack extended Indy’s final drive with less than five minutes to play. Ryan wasn't sure what drew the penalty. Referee Shawn Smith later explained it was for abusive language.

Chiefs kicker Matt Ammendola missed an extra point in the first half and a 34-yard field goal just before Ryan led the decisive drive. Ammendola was replacing an injured Harrison Butker.

Plus there was a fake field goal that resulted in a turnover on downs.

Still, the Chiefs appeared to be in control after Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s 1-yard TD run and Travis Kelce’s 2-point conversion catch made it 14-10 late in the first half.

But after three third-quarter field goals gave the Chiefs a 17-13 lead, they didn’t score again and couldn’t stop the Colts on the final 16-play, 76-yard drive that took nearly 8 1/2 minutes. Mahomes then threw his first interception of the season.

“Whenever you’re playing a tough game like this one, you have to execute at a high level,” Mahomes said. "Our schedule gets no easier, so we have to get better quickly. If we don’t, the Ls are going to start piling up.”

EXCHANGING WORDS

Mahomes wasn’t happy with the play-calling at the end of the first half and as the Chiefs walked off the field, he let offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy know about it. The two exchanged words on the field before coach Andy Reid stepped between them.

“I wanted to go and try and score,” Mahomes said. “We were in a tough position and the smart thing was to go to halftime. I told him (Bieniemy) to let me have a chance at it and then he said, 'Let's just get back to the locker room and get something going for the second half.'”

INJURY REPORT

Chiefs: Reid said there were no significant injuries Sunday, though right tackle Andrew Wylie and safety Bryan Cook both left the game briefly.

Colts: Safety Julian Blackmon (left ankle) and cornerback Stephon Gilmore (hamstring) both left in the first half. Gilmore returned, Blackmon did not.

STAT PACK

Chiefs: Mahomes fell to 13-3 in September while going 20 of 35 for 262 yards with one TD. He was also the Chiefs' top rusher with four carries for 26 yards. ... Kelce caught four passes for 58 yards and one TD in addition to the conversion catch. ... JuJu Smith-Schuster had five catches for 89 yards.

Colts: Ryan has fumbled seven times this season — the fifth-highest single-season total of his career. He's also been sacked 12 times. ... Jonathan Taylor rushed 21 times for 71 yards and had three receptions for 20 yards. ... Michael Pittman Jr. had eight catches for 72 yards and rookie Alec Pierce caught three passes for 61 yards, including a key first down on Indy's final drive.

UP NEXT

Chiefs: Visit Tampa Bay to take on Tom Brady next Sunday night.

Colts: Host Tennessee next Sunday in a key AFC South showdown.

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Vikings rally past Lions 28-24 on Osborn's last-minute TD

3.1h ago 9/25/2022 4:48 PM ET By DAVE CAMPBELL, AP Pro Football Writer MINNEAPOLIS

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have been trying to craft under new coach Kevin O'Connell a diverse and unpredictable offense that can still succeed when their best players are taken away.

Lessons from a lopsided loss a week earlier led to a more complete and sound performance on Sunday — capped by a stadium-rocking, last-minute rally.

K.J. Osborn caught the go-ahead, 28-yard touchdown pass from Kirk Cousins with 45 seconds remaining, and the Vikings came back to beat the Detroit Lions 28-24.

Leading by three after Minnesota turned the ball over on downs at its 47 with 2:32 left, Detroit coach Dan Campbell — who went for it on fourth down six times — elected to try a 54-yard field goal that he second-guessed himself for afterward. Austin Seibert pushed the kick wide right with 1:10 remaining.

“I wanted to score a touchdown. I wanted to win this football game in front of our fans in regulation, put maximum pressure on those guys,” O'Connell said.

After an incompletion to Osborn, Cousins hit his No. 3 wide receiver for a 28-yard gain to set up the touchdown. Osborn blew by former Vikings cornerback Mike Hughes on a corner route to snag the pass in stride and cruise across the goal line to give Minnesota (2-1) the lead for the first time.

“That’s something that’s expected of every single one of us. All of us are playmakers. All of us have that talent to really win in this league,” said Justin Jefferson, who was constantly double-covered by rising Lions star Jeff Okudah and a safety and had just three catches for 14 yards.

Campbell said there was miscommunication in the secondary on the winning TD.

“We had our chances. We played some pretty good football for a while,” Campbell said. “I told the team, ‘When the downs come, we’ve got to handle it with composure. And when the ups come, we have to capitalize.’ We didn’t capitalize enough when we were on the ups.”

As Osborn and Jefferson flapped their arms to fire up the crowd while standing on the bench, the Vikings didn't let Jared Goff and the Lions cross midfield on their last-ditch drive.

“That game should have been over long before they were able to get back in it. I’m sure they know that. But we let them back in it, and that’s our fault,” said Goff, who was 25 for 41 for 277 yards.

Dalvin Cook rushed for 96 yards and a score before leaving with a shoulder injury for the Vikings, who fell behind 14-0 and 24-14 before the rally that gave them a winning record at the end of September for the first time since they were 3-0 in 2016.

“We’re a resilient team. We got it going, and when it counted we got it done,” Osborn said.

With Jefferson bottled up, Osborn (five catches for 73 yards) and Adam Thielen (six catches for 61 yards) caught touchdown passes from Cousins. With Cook sidelined, Alexander Mattison took over in the backfield and scored on a 6-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.

“With the group of guys we have, we’re never out of it,” Mattison said.

Jamaal Williams had 20 carries for 87 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions, who gave limited action to D’Andre Swift after he was listed as questionable with an ankle injury.

After going 3-13-1 in Campbell's first season, Detroit (1-2) looks like a much more dangerous opponent. The Lions are still seeking their first road win since Dec. 6, 2020, at Chicago, though. Their NFL-record streak of starting a season with a touchdown in 11 straight quarters ended inconveniently in the fourth.

Greg Joseph missed two 56-yard field goal attempts for the Vikings. Seibert had a 48-yarder bounce off the right upright to end Detroit's first drive.

ST. BROWN SLOWED

Amon-Ra St. Brown’s streak of eight straight games with at least eight receptions, tied for the longest in league history, was stopped. His run began last Dec. 5 in the win over Minnesota. St. Brown had six catches for 73 yards. T.J. Hockenson caught Goff's only touchdown pass.

THIELEN IT

With his 1-yard catch that put the Vikings on the board midway through the second quarter, Thielen became the fourth undrafted player since the Super Bowl era began in 1967 to reach 50 career touchdown receptions. Antonio Gates, Rod Smith and Wes Welker were the others.

Thielen gave Amani Oruwariye all kinds of trouble. The Lions cornerback was called for six penalties. One was declined after a 15-yard catch by Thielen right after the fourth-down stop on Williams. Oruwariye appeared to get away with another one, when a fourth-and-8 throw by Cousins to the sideline was off target.

INJURY REPORT

Lions: S Tracy Walker (ankle) left on a cart in the first quarter and didn't return. Campbell said the team fears he has an Achilles injury. ... With LG Jonah Jackson (finger) out for a second straight game, Dan Skipper started in his place.

Vikings: S Harrison Smith (concussion) was held out, giving Josh Metellus his first career start. He intercepted a desperation heave by Goff at the 5-yard line to seal it with 9 seconds left.

UP NEXT

Lions: Host Seattle next Sunday.

Vikings: Play New Orleans in London next Sunday. It's considered a home game for the Saints.

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Burrow leads Bengals to 1st win of season, 27-12 over Jets

3.2h ago 9/25/2022 4:38 PM ET By DENNIS WASZAK Jr., AP Pro Football Writer EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Joe Burrow played it cool all week, urging Bengals fans to not panic.

Cincinnati's quarterback then started rolling quickly and gave them something to cheer about.

Burrow threw three touchdown passes and the defending AFC champions got their first victory of the season, rolling past the New York Jets 27-12 on Sunday.

“We came out aggressive,” Burrow said, “and it paid off for us.”

After opening 0-2 with a pair of three-point losses during which they trailed by at least two TDs, the Bengals won the coin toss, took the ball and got going right away against the Jets — who fell flat after a stunning comeback win last week at Cleveland.

“We felt like we were a good team,” Bengals coach Zac Taylor said. “We weren’t changing anything about us internally. We just know that the season’s going to balance out. We’re going to start to gather steam and that’s what we did today.”

Burrow finished 23 of 36 for 275 yards with TD throws to Samaje Perine, Tyler Boyd and Ja'Marr Chase.

“The past two weeks, we weren’t being us, making mistakes, jumping off, false starts," said Tee Higgins, who had five catches for 93 yards. "This week, we locked in.”

Joe Flacco, who led the Jets' 13-point rally in the final 1:55 last Sunday, struggled against the Bengals in what will likely be his final start with the injured Zach Wilson expected to return next week. Wilson, injured in the preseason opener, is recovering from a bone bruise and arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.

Flacco was 28 of 52 for 285 yards and two interceptions, and was under pressure all game.

The fans at MetLife Stadium chanted a few times to play backup Mike White — who rallied the Jets to a 34-31 win over the Bengals last season.

“Fans want you to win,” Flacco said. “They’re here to watch their team win. You get their frustration.”

Meanwhile, Burrow marched the Bengals (1-2) down the field on an 11-play opening drive, capped by Perine's 12-yard touchdown catch.

Burrow was 8 of 10 for 95 yards on the drive during which Cincinnati thought it got into the end zone two other times. Boyd had a 4-yard TD catch wiped out by a holding penalty on guard Cordell Volson. Two plays later, Higgins' acrobatic catch was ruled — and upheld by video review — out of bounds in the end zone.

“Finally, I can sit up here and say we started fast,” Taylor said. “We started clean. We got the ball in the end zone three times on that first drive. The third one counted.”

And the Jets (1-2), who got four field goals from Greg Zuerlein, couldn't muster much other than mistakes.

John Franklin-Myers was called for unnecessary roughness after landing on Burrow, whose third-down throw was incomplete. Given a new set of downs, the Bengals took advantage. Burrow threw to Boyd, who avoided a tackle by Jordan Whitehead and raced for a 56-yard touchdown to make it 14-6.

On Cincinnati's next drive, Burrow completed a 45-yard pass to Higgins, who took a helmet to the head from Lamarcus Joyner. The catch and unnecessary roughness penalty put Cincinnati at the New York 15, and Evan McPherson booted a 22-yarder moments later.

A poorly thrown pass by Flacco on the Jets' next possession was intercepted by Logan Wilson and resulted in McPherson's 43-yarder.

“Our vets made critical mistakes at critical times,” Jets coach Robert Saleh said.

Trailing 20-9, the Jets opened the second half with yet another miscue. Trey Hendrickson had the first of his two strip-sacks of Flacco, B.J. Hill recovered and Burrow hit Chase for a 5-yard touchdown to make it 27-9.

“We just needed to get the first win,” Taylor said. “I didn’t really care what it looked like. I didn’t care if it was 3-0 or 49-3. We just needed to rip that Band-Aid off, get that first win. We’ve been a confident team all along.”

SHOUT IT OUT

CBS cameras caught Jets defensive lineman Quinnen Williams and defensive line coach Aaron Whitecotton shouting at each other on the sideline at the start of the second quarter. The two were face to face for a moment before players quickly separated them.

Saleh said it was Williams “challenging” the coaches to let the defensive line rush four players instead of a seven-man rush to put pressure on Burrow after Boyd's long TD. “I love the fire,” Saleh said. “We don't need them jawing at each other, but he's being competitive. ... He's not wrong to challenge us."

CHEERS

The Jets inducted two-time All-Pro center Nick Mangold into their Ring of Honor. The seven-time Pro Bowl selection, who spent all 11 of his NFL seasons with New York, closed his halftime speech by cracking open a beer and toasting the fans.

INJURIES

Bengals: DT DJ Reader was ruled out late in the first half with an injured left knee.

Jets: LB Quincy Williams was carted off with a left ankle injury late in the third quarter. ... LT George Fant was replaced by Conor McDermott in the third quarter with a knee injury. ... Rookie WR Garrett Wilson left briefly after taking a shot to the ribs in the second quarter, but returned.

UP NEXT

Bengals: Host the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night.

Jets: Complete their four-game swing through the AFC North by traveling to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers next Sunday.

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Dolphins halt Allen, survive 'butt punt' to beat Bills

3.2h ago 9/25/2022 4:38 PM ET By ALANIS THAMES, AP Sports Writer MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Thomas Morstead stepped into the middle of Miami's end zone, swung his powerful right leg and booted a punt.

Right into the backside of blocker Trent Sherfield.

Nearly the butt of a bad joke ending, the Dolphins held on for the last laugh against the reigning AFC East champions instead.

Miami overcame what was quickly dubbed the “butt punt” by shutting down Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills twice in the final minutes, improving to 3-0 with a 21-19 victory that ended with Allen desperately trying to spike the football on the edge of field goal range.

“I don’t like these shock endings,” Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said. “But I’m just really, really happy for the team because this much I do know: Teams win football games, and if you are going to have success over the long haul, you have to have confidence that whatever phase can win a football game for you, can go ahead and do that.”

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa briefly left the game in the second quarter, returning after halftime despite appearing to be disoriented by a head injury — the team clarified later that actually, he had an issue with his back. He finished with 186 yards and a touchdown pass to River Cracraft.

Allen was also scraped up, getting X-rays on his right hand after the game after banging it on a helmet or facemask. He insisted he was fine after.

The Dolphins' defense did just enough to stall Allen twice in the fourth quarter, the first effort a goal-line stand that followed a go-ahead rushing touchdown by Miami's Chase Edmonds.

Allen threw incomplete on fourth down from the 2-yard line, ending a 17-play, eight-minute drive — and seemingly Buffalo's chances for a comeback win.

But then Tagovailoa and the Dolphins went three-and-out, leaving Morstead with little room to kick the ball away.

It wasn't enough space. The kick clanked right off Sherfield and went out the rear of the end zone for a safety — a mishap drawing immediate comparisons to Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez's infamous “butt fumble” from 10 years earlier. Sanchez ran into the bottom of lineman Brandon Moore, jarring the ball loose.

“Woah… stay out of my lane bro,” Sanchez tweeted at Morstead.

Allen had about a minute to guide Buffalo into field goal range, and did so, but the Bills ran out of time. Isaiah McKenzie tried for extra yards on a completion from Allen, costing precious seconds. Dolphins players started celebrating when the clock hit zero with Allen just stepping under center.

Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey slammed his headset and began throwing paper and notebooks in the coaches’ box when time ran out.

“It was only fourteen or twelve seconds,” said Dolphins linebacker Melvin Ingram, who had a fumble recovery in the first half. “You run around, throw the ball. He runs all the way around, that clock is going to down.”

Miami took the lead with about 10 minutes left in the game, scoring a touchdown to go up 21-17. It was the Bills' first deficit of the season.

“When you look at the difference in the game, I think we had almost 500 yards to their 212 or 221 roughly. You should win those games," Bills coach Sean McDermott said. "We just didn’t take care of the ball enough and come away with some take-aways.”

On a day in which Allen completed a career-high 42 passes and finished with 400 yards, the Bills finished with their lowest point total since a Week 13 last season. Allen also completed his first 11 passes for the first time in his career. He had touchdown passes to running back Devin Singletary and McKenzie and a fumble in the first half that led to a Dolphins touchdown.

The Bills were without several defensive starters, including starting safety Micah Hyde, who on Saturday went on injured reserve with a neck injury, and cornerback Dane Jackson, who suffered a neck injury against the Titans last week. The Dolphins’ 21 points was the most Buffalo has allowed all season.

“We used about everybody we could on the sideline there," McDermott said.

In the fourth quarter, Miami's Jaylen Waddle caught a 32-yard pass along the right sideline, then added a 45-yard reception on third-and-22 to set up Edmonds’ eventual touchdown run.

TOO HOT TO HANDLE

Several Bills players had trouble adjusting to the South Florida heat. McKenzie, TE Dawson Knox and T Spencer Brown were all listed with heat illnesses. Players went down on the field with cramps at multiple points in the game.

“Breathing was tough sometimes. We had some really, really long drives,” Allen said.

INJURIES

Bills: WR Jake Kumerow injured his ankle in the first quarter and did not return. ... CB Christian Benford injured his hand.

Dolphins: T Greg Little injured his finger. CB Xavien Howard left in the third quarter with cramping. but returned.

UP NEXT:

Bills: At the Baltimore Ravens next Sunday.

Dolphins: At the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday.

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Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 22

3.3h ago 9/25/2022 4:32 PM ET

Teams: TEN LV

Las Vegas 3 7 3 9 22
Tennessee 7 17 0 0 24
First Quarter

Ten_Swaim 2 pass from Tannehill (Bullock kick), 7:22.

Las_FG Carlson 21, 2:19.

Second Quarter

Ten_Henry 1 run (Bullock kick), 14:25.

Las_D.Adams 5 pass from Carr (Carlson kick), 9:44.

Ten_Tannehill 1 run (Bullock kick), 4:55.

Ten_FG Bullock 48, :00.

Third Quarter

Las_FG Carlson 32, 6:57.

Fourth Quarter

Las_FG Carlson 35, 3:29.

Las_Hollins 9 pass from Carr (pass failed), 1:14.

A_68,649.

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Las Ten
First downs 24 19
Total Net Yards 396 361
Rushes-yards 19-96 27-109
Passing 300 252
Punt Returns 1-13 1-21
Kickoff Returns 1-23 1-29
Interceptions Ret. 1-13 1-24
Comp-Att-Int 27-45-1 19-27-1
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 1-12
Punts 3-48.0 3-60.333
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 6-44 7-85
Time of Possession 30:45 29:15

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Las Vegas, Jacobs 13-66, Carr 2-17, Bolden 3-17, Adams 1-(minus 4). Tennessee, Henry 20-85, Hilliard 2-14, Burks 1-8, Tannehill 4-2.

PASSING_Las Vegas, Carr 26-44-1-303, Hollins 1-1-0-4. Tennessee, Tannehill 19-27-1-264.

RECEIVING_Las Vegas, Hollins 8-158, Adams 5-36, Jacobs 5-31, Moreau 3-44, Waller 3-22, Bolden 2-4, K.Cole 1-12. Tennessee, Henry 5-58, Woods 4-85, Westbrook-Ikhine 3-40, Swaim 3-19, Hooper 2-19, Hilliard 1-30, Burks 1-13.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 22

3.3h ago 9/25/2022 4:32 PM ET

Teams: LV

Las Vegas 3 7 3 9 22
Tennessee 7 17 0 0 24
First Quarter

Ten_Swaim 2 pass from Tannehill (Bullock kick), 7:22. Drive: 13 plays, 75 yards, 7:38. Key Plays: Tannehill 23 pass to Henry; Tannehill 11 pass to Hooper on 3rd-and-10; Henry 10 run; Tannehill 16 pass to Woods. Tennessee 7, Las Vegas 0.

Las_FG Carlson 21, 2:19. Drive: 10 plays, 72 yards, 5:03. Key Plays: Carr 20 pass to Hollins on 3rd-and-15; Jacobs 10 run. Tennessee 7, Las Vegas 3.

Second Quarter

Ten_Henry 1 run (Bullock kick), 14:25. Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards, 2:54. Key Plays: Tannehill 13 pass to Henry; Tannehill 41 pass to Woods; Tannehill 13 pass to Burks. Tennessee 14, Las Vegas 3.

Las_D.Adams 5 pass from Carr (Carlson kick), 9:44. Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 4:41. Key Plays: Carr 22 pass to Moreau; Carr 14 pass to Moreau; Carr 18 pass to D.Adams; Jacobs 11 run. Tennessee 14, Las Vegas 10.

Ten_Tannehill 1 run (Bullock kick), 4:55. Drive: 9 plays, 79 yards, 4:49. Key Plays: Tannehill 10 pass to Westbrook-Ikhine on 3rd-and-3; Henry 10 run; Tannehill 21 pass to Woods; Henry 24 run. Tennessee 21, Las Vegas 10.

Ten_FG Bullock 48, :00. Drive: 3 plays, 19 yards, 00:21. Key Play: Tannehill 15 pass to Westbrook-Ikhine. Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 10.

Third Quarter

Las_FG Carlson 32, 6:57. Drive: 15 plays, 61 yards, 8:03. Key Plays: Carr 11 run; Jacobs 13 run; Bolden 12 run; Bolden 3 run on 3rd-and-4; Carr 4 pass to Hollins on 4th-and-1. Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 13.

Fourth Quarter

Las_FG Carlson 35, 3:29. Drive: 7 plays, 63 yards, 2:39. Key Play: Carr 12 pass to K.Cole. Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 16.

Las_Hollins 9 pass from Carr (pass failed), 1:14. Drive: 14 plays, 81 yards, 1:43. Key Plays: Carr 13 pass to Jacobs; Carr 48 pass to Hollins on 4th-and-15. Tennessee 24, Las Vegas 22.

A_68,649.

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Las Ten
FIRST DOWNS 24 19
Rushing 7 6
Passing 14 13
Penalty 3 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 1-12 5-10
FOURTH DOWN EFF 3-3 0-1
TOTAL NET YARDS 396 361
Total Plays 65 55
Avg Gain 6.1 6.6
NET YARDS RUSHING 96 109
Rushes 19 27
Avg per rush 5.053 4.037
NET YARDS PASSING 300 252
Sacked-Yds lost 1-7 1-12
Gross-Yds passing 307 264
Completed-Att. 27-45 19-27
Had Intercepted 1 1
Yards-Pass Play 6.522 9.0
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 6-4-4 4-3-3
PUNTS-Avg. 3-48.0 3-60.333
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 49 74
Punt Returns 1-13 1-21
Kickoff Returns 1-23 1-29
Interceptions 1-13 1-24
PENALTIES-Yds 6-44 7-85
FUMBLES-Lost 2-0 1-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 30:45 29:15

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Las Vegas, Jacobs 13-66, Carr 2-17, Bolden 3-17, Adams 1-(minus 4). Tennessee, Henry 20-85, Hilliard 2-14, Burks 1-8, Tannehill 4-2.

PASSING_Las Vegas, Carr 26-44-1-303, Hollins 1-1-0-4. Tennessee, Tannehill 19-27-1-264.

RECEIVING_Las Vegas, Hollins 8-158, Adams 5-36, Jacobs 5-31, Moreau 3-44, Waller 3-22, Bolden 2-4, K.Cole 1-12. Tennessee, Henry 5-58, Woods 4-85, Westbrook-Ikhine 3-40, Swaim 3-19, Hooper 2-19, Hilliard 1-30, Burks 1-13.

PUNT RETURNS_Las Vegas, K.Cole 1-13. Tennessee, Woods 1-21.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Las Vegas, Abdullah 1-23. Tennessee, Haskins 1-29.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Las Vegas, Crosby 5-4-1, Ya-Sin 5-1-0, Teamer 5-0-0, Deablo 4-3-0, Abram 4-1-0, J.Brown 4-1-0, Hobbs 4-0-0, Harmon 2-2-0, Hankins 2-0-0, Billings 1-2-0, Ferrell 1-1-0, J.Johnson 1-0-0, Koonce 1-0-0, Robertson 1-0-0, M.Butler 0-1-0, Jones 0-1-0. Tennessee, McCreary 9-1-0, Mitchell 7-1-0, Hooker 5-1-0, Long 4-3-0, Fulton 3-3-0, Cunningham 2-3-0, Weaver 2-0-1, Byard 1-3-0, Cole 1-1-0, Tuszka 1-1-0, Walker 1-1-0, Hooper 1-0-0, Ray 1-0-0, Simmons 0-2-0, N.Jones 0-1-0, Tart 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Las Vegas, Harmon 1-13. Tennessee, Byard 1-24.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Brad Rogers, Ump Carl Paganelli, HL Kent Payne, LJ Tom Eaton, FJ Aaron Santi, SJ Anthony Jeffries, BJ Greg Steed, Replay Bob Hubbell.

DeVonta for the victory: Smith stars as Eagles stay unbeaten

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET By STEPHEN WHYNO, AP Sports Writer LANDOVER, Md.

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — DeVonta Smith had a simple mentality when Jalen Hurts threw him the ball in coverage.

“My ball or nobody’s," he said.

Smith made sure of that, catching eight passes for a career-high 169 yards and a touchdown in the Philadelphia Eagles’ 24-8 rout of former quarterback Carson Wentz and the Washington Commanders on Sunday. Teammates put a Batman cape on Smith, who surpassed his previous professional high for yards receiving before halftime of another superhero performance for the unbeaten Birds.

“By the eyes he might be a little slight, but he plays like a big boy,” said Hurts, who threw for three touchdown passes. “He’s a guy when his number’s called, I know he’ll answer the phone.”

Hurts dialed up the bat phone plenty for Smith, who made acrobatic catches along the sideline and to the edge of the end zone for respective gains of 45 and 44 yards, and hauled in a TD pass on fourth down to end the first half with no time left on the clock. The 2020 Heisman Trophy winner out of Alabama has responded in a big way since being held without a catch in the season opener.

“You’ve got to make the most of your opportunities,” said Smith, whose 156 yards were the most by an Eagles player in a half since Kevin Curtis in 2007. “When they come, you’ve got to make the most of them.”

And Smith was just one part of another clinical offensive performance by Philadelphia (3-0).

Hurts was 22 of 35 for 340 yards and three touchdown passes, one each to Smith, A.J. Brown and Dallas Goedert. Coming off a three-TD game with two on the ground, Hurts continued to show he could get the job done with his throwing arm, along with his legs.

“He played his butt off again,” coach Nick Sirianni said. “What was great there is that they were taking away some of the things in the run game. To be able to go out there and say, ‘OK, you’re doing a good job on the run, let’s go pass the football,’ Jalen did a great job and we had great playmakers make plays.”

The quarterback Hurts replaced as the Eagles starter was completely ineffective and got sacked nine times. Wentz, the second pick in the 2016 draft to Philadelphia on his third team in three years, was 25 of 43 for 211 yards with two fumbles — one lost, which set up Goedert's 22-yard catch-and-run touchdown.

All but 24 of Wentz's passing yards came in the second half, long after the outcome had been determined.

“I've got to be better,” Wentz said. “They got after us and I did not play to my standards.”

Washington (1-2) had just 50 yards at halftime, and the defense wasn't much better. The troubling trend of giving up big-yardage plays only got worse in the aftermath of a loss at Detroit.

EASY BEING GREEN

After Smith's catch to the Washington 1-yard line, Brown and other teammates called for noise from the crowd, and they got plenty of it all game. Eagles fans outnumbered Commanders counterparts, with nearly the entire sideline behind the visiting benches full of midnight green.

The stadium at times sounded more like it was in South Philly than near the beltway around Washington. “E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles!” chants filled the air, and the Commanders even had a false start penalty that could be attributed to the crowd in their home building.

“It definitely felt like a home game just how loud it was, how much green and black was in the stadium,” Hurts said.

SACK PARTY

The Eagles had six sacks in the first half alone. Among the nine for the game, Brandon Graham led Philadelphia with 2½, while Fletcher Cox, Haason Reddick and Josh Sweat each had a sack and a half.

Chalk up a few of those sacks to protection breakdowns combined with a smart game plan by defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon. Others happened when Wentz held onto the ball too long.

“We were out there having fun,” Graham said. “We just played together. The biggest thing for us was doing what we do.”

INJURIES

Eagles: Reddick and Goedert each left briefly but returned. ... LG Landon Dickerson played after being listed as questionable with a foot injury.

Commanders: S Kamren Curl was injured in the fourth quarter. ... CB William Jackson (back), DE James Smith-Williams (abdomen), DE Casey Toohill (concussion) and DT Daniel Wise (ankle) were all inactive. Jackson was not added to the injury report until Saturday, and the absence of a starter who played 97% of defensive snaps through two games pressed waiver wire addition Rachad Wildgoose into regular duty.

UP NEXT

Eagles: Host the Jacksonville Jaguars next Sunday.

Commanders: Visit the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday.

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Miami 21, Buffalo 19

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET

Teams: BUF

Buffalo 7 7 3 2 19
Miami 7 7 0 7 21
First Quarter

Buf_Singletary 2 pass from Allen (Bass kick), 9:03. Drive: 11 plays, 75 yards, 5:57. Key Plays: Allen 28 pass to Diggs; Allen 19 pass to Singletary; Allen 14 pass to Gilliam. Buffalo 7, Miami 0.

Mia_Edmonds 1 run (J.Sanders kick), 3:37. Drive: 3 plays, 6 yards, 1:36. Buffalo 7, Miami 7.

Second Quarter

Buf_McKenzie 8 pass from Allen (Bass kick), 11:59. Drive: 15 plays, 75 yards, 6:38. Key Plays: Allen 10 pass to Kumerow; Allen 7 pass to Singletary on 3rd-and-9; Allen 3 run on 4th-and-2; Allen 27 pass to McKenzie. Buffalo 14, Miami 7.

Mia_Cracraft 11 pass from Tagovailoa (J.Sanders kick), 6:45. Drive: 10 plays, 83 yards, 5:14. Key Plays: Mostert kick return to Miami 17; Tagovailoa 11 pass to Hill; Tagovailoa 13 pass to Smythe; Tagovailoa 17 pass to Waddle. Buffalo 14, Miami 14.

Third Quarter

Buf_FG Bass 30, 3:40. Drive: 20 plays, 87 yards, 9:22. Key Plays: Allen 7 pass to McKenzie on 3rd-and-7; Allen 19 run; Allen 15 pass to Morris on 3rd-and-4; Allen 11 pass to G.Davis on 3rd-and-1; Allen 11 pass to Cook; Allen 2 run on 3rd-and-1. Buffalo 17, Miami 14.

Fourth Quarter

Mia_Edmonds 3 run (J.Sanders kick), 10:05. Drive: 6 plays, 72 yards, 4:04. Key Plays: Tagovailoa 32 pass to Waddle; Tagovailoa 45 pass to Waddle on 3rd-and-22. Miami 21, Buffalo 17.

Buf_safety, 1:37. Drive: 4 plays, -1 yards, 00:09. Miami 21, Buffalo 19.

A_66,206.

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Buf Mia
FIRST DOWNS 31 15
Rushing 9 4
Passing 21 8
Penalty 1 3
THIRD DOWN EFF 11-18 3-8
FOURTH DOWN EFF 2-3 0-0
TOTAL NET YARDS 497 212
Total Plays 90 39
Avg Gain 5.5 5.4
NET YARDS RUSHING 115 41
Rushes 23 17
Avg per rush 5.0 2.412
NET YARDS PASSING 382 171
Sacked-Yds lost 4-18 2-15
Gross-Yds passing 400 186
Completed-Att. 42-63 13-20
Had Intercepted 0 0
Yards-Pass Play 5.701 7.773
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 4-2-1 5-4-4
PUNTS-Avg. 1-31.0 5-43.8
Punts blocked 0 1
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 49 54
Punt Returns 3-32 0-0
Kickoff Returns 1-17 3-54
Interceptions 0-0 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 7-52 4-20
FUMBLES-Lost 4-1 0-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 42:20 19:16

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Buffalo, Allen 8-47, Moss 4-46, Singletary 9-13, McKenzie 1-6, Cook 1-3. Miami, Edmonds 6-21, Mostert 8-11, Waddle 1-9, Ingold 1-0, Tagovailoa 1-0.

PASSING_Buffalo, Allen 42-63-0-400. Miami, Tagovailoa 13-18-0-186, Bridgewater 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVING_Buffalo, Singletary 9-78, McKenzie 7-76, Diggs 7-74, Cook 4-37, Knox 4-25, Davis 3-37, Gilliam 2-22, Morris 2-22, Kumerow 2-14, Crowder 1-9, Moss 1-6. Miami, Waddle 4-102, Smythe 3-23, Hill 2-33, Cracraft 1-11, Edmonds 1-6, Gesicki 1-6, Sherfield 1-5.

PUNT RETURNS_Buffalo, Crowder 3-32. Miami, None.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Buffalo, Crowder 1-17. Miami, Mostert 3-54.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Buffalo, Milano 4-0-0, T.Johnson 3-3-0, Edmunds 3-2-0, J.Johnson 3-2-0, Hamlin 3-1-.5, Elam 2-2-0, Rousseau 2-1-1.5, D.Jones 1-2-0, Ingram 1-1-0, Knox 1-0-0, Lawson 0-2-0, Settle 0-1-0. Miami, Baker 9-4-.5, Holland 9-1-1.5, Br.Jones 6-3-0, Howard 5-1-0, Kohou 4-1-0, Needham 4-1-0, Rowe 4-0-0, Riley 3-2-0, Wilkins 3-2-0, Ingram 3-0-2, Roberts 2-6-0, Sieler 1-3-0, Phillips 1-1-0, Flowers 1-0-0, Ogbah 1-0-0, Jenkins 0-1-0, Van Ginkel 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Buffalo, None. Miami, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Buffalo, Bass 38.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Alex Kemp, Ump Mike Morton, HL Danny Short, LJ Jeff Bergman, FJ John Jenkins, SJ Dale Shaw, BJ Scott Helverson, Replay Mike Chase.

Miami 21, Buffalo 19

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET

Teams: BUF MIA

Buffalo 7 7 3 2 19
Miami 7 7 0 7 21
First Quarter

Buf_Singletary 2 pass from Allen (Bass kick), 9:03.

Mia_Edmonds 1 run (J.Sanders kick), 3:37.

Second Quarter

Buf_McKenzie 8 pass from Allen (Bass kick), 11:59.

Mia_Cracraft 11 pass from Tagovailoa (J.Sanders kick), 6:45.

Third Quarter

Buf_FG Bass 30, 3:40.

Fourth Quarter

Mia_Edmonds 3 run (J.Sanders kick), 10:05.

Buf_safety, 1:37.

A_66,206.

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Buf Mia
First downs 31 15
Total Net Yards 497 212
Rushes-yards 23-115 17-41
Passing 382 171
Punt Returns 3-32 0-0
Kickoff Returns 1-17 3-54
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 42-63-0 13-20-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 4-18 2-15
Punts 1-31.0 5-43.8
Fumbles-Lost 4-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 7-52 4-20
Time of Possession 42:20 19:16

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Buffalo, Allen 8-47, Moss 4-46, Singletary 9-13, McKenzie 1-6, Cook 1-3. Miami, Edmonds 6-21, Mostert 8-11, Waddle 1-9, Ingold 1-0, Tagovailoa 1-0.

PASSING_Buffalo, Allen 42-63-0-400. Miami, Tagovailoa 13-18-0-186, Bridgewater 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVING_Buffalo, Singletary 9-78, McKenzie 7-76, Diggs 7-74, Cook 4-37, Knox 4-25, Davis 3-37, Gilliam 2-22, Morris 2-22, Kumerow 2-14, Crowder 1-9, Moss 1-6. Miami, Waddle 4-102, Smythe 3-23, Hill 2-33, Cracraft 1-11, Edmonds 1-6, Gesicki 1-6, Sherfield 1-5.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Buffalo, Bass 38.

Philadelphia 24, Washington 8

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET

Teams: PHI WAS

Philadelphia 0 24 0 0 24
Washington 0 0 0 8 8
Second Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 32, 14:53.

Phi_Goedert 23 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), 13:18.

Phi_A.Brown 9 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), 2:56.

Phi_Smith 2 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), :00.

Fourth Quarter

Was_safety, 14:06.

Was_Gibson 1 run (pass failed), 1:55.

A_64,426.

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Phi Was
First downs 21 20
Total Net Yards 400 240
Rushes-yards 30-72 22-87
Passing 328 153
Punt Returns 6-46 0-0
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-29
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 22-35-0 25-43-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 3-12 9-58
Punts 6-46.167 8-52.5
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 5-52 4-48
Time of Possession 27:06 32:54

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Philadelphia, Sanders 15-46, Hurts 9-20, Gainwell 3-6, Pascal 1-0, B.Scott 2-0. Washington, Gibson 12-38, Wentz 3-22, Samuel 3-13, McKissic 3-8, Williams 1-6.

PASSING_Philadelphia, Hurts 22-35-0-340. Washington, Wentz 25-43-0-211.

RECEIVING_Philadelphia, Smith 8-169, Brown 5-85, Goedert 3-26, Pascal 3-18, Calcaterra 1-40, Stoll 1-4, Sanders 1-(minus 2). Washington, Samuel 7-48, McLaurin 6-102, McKissic 6-32, Dotson 2-10, Thomas 2-5, Milne 1-12, Gibson 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Philadelphia 24, Washington 8

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET

Teams: PHI WAS

Philadelphia 0 24 0 0 24
Washington 0 0 0 8 8
Second Quarter

Phi_FG Elliott 32, 14:53. Drive: 8 plays, 64 yards, 3:07. Key Plays: Hurts 13 pass to A.Brown on 3rd-and-6; Hurts 45 pass to Smith. Philadelphia 3, Washington 0.

Phi_Goedert 23 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), 13:18. Drive: 2 plays, 24 yards, 00:45. Philadelphia 10, Washington 0.

Phi_A.Brown 9 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), 2:56. Drive: 6 plays, 64 yards, 2:49. Key Play: Hurts 31 pass to Smith on 3rd-and-5. Philadelphia 17, Washington 0.

Phi_Smith 2 pass from Hurts (Elliott kick), :00. Drive: 11 plays, 88 yards, 1:57. Key Plays: Hurts 4 pass to Pascal on 3rd-and-2; Hurts 15 pass to A.Brown; Hurts 16 pass to Smith; Hurts 44 pass to Smith. Philadelphia 24, Washington 0.

Fourth Quarter

Was_safety, 14:06. Drive: 1 play, -1 yards, 00:04. Philadelphia 24, Washington 2.

Was_Gibson 1 run (pass failed), 1:55. Drive: 12 plays, 87 yards, 3:10. Key Plays: Wentz 18 pass to McLaurin; Wentz 15 pass to McLaurin on 3rd-and-5; Wentz 12 pass to Milne. Philadelphia 24, Washington 8.

A_64,426.

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Phi Was
FIRST DOWNS 21 20
Rushing 3 5
Passing 16 11
Penalty 2 4
THIRD DOWN EFF 5-15 6-17
FOURTH DOWN EFF 2-3 0-2
TOTAL NET YARDS 400 240
Total Plays 68 74
Avg Gain 5.9 3.2
NET YARDS RUSHING 72 87
Rushes 30 22
Avg per rush 2.4 3.955
NET YARDS PASSING 328 153
Sacked-Yds lost 3-12 9-58
Gross-Yds passing 340 211
Completed-Att. 22-35 25-43
Had Intercepted 0 0
Yards-Pass Play 8.632 2.942
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 5-4-4 2-1-1
PUNTS-Avg. 6-46.167 8-52.5
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 46 29
Punt Returns 6-46 0-0
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-29
Interceptions 0-0 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 5-52 4-48
FUMBLES-Lost 1-0 2-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 27:06 32:54

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Philadelphia, Sanders 15-46, Hurts 9-20, Gainwell 3-6, Pascal 1-0, B.Scott 2-0. Washington, Gibson 12-38, Wentz 3-22, Samuel 3-13, McKissic 3-8, Williams 1-6.

PASSING_Philadelphia, Hurts 22-35-0-340. Washington, Wentz 25-43-0-211.

RECEIVING_Philadelphia, Smith 8-169, Brown 5-85, Goedert 3-26, Pascal 3-18, Calcaterra 1-40, Stoll 1-4, Sanders 1-(minus 2). Washington, Samuel 7-48, McLaurin 6-102, McKissic 6-32, Dotson 2-10, Thomas 2-5, Milne 1-12, Gibson 1-2.

PUNT RETURNS_Philadelphia, Covey 5-34, Smith 1-12. Washington, None.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Philadelphia, None. Washington, Milne 1-29.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Philadelphia, Edwards 9-1-1, White 8-1-0, Graham 4-2-2.5, Bradberry 4-1-0, Gardner-Johnson 4-1-0, Epps 4-0-0, McPhearson 3-0-0, Maddox 2-3-0, Reddick 2-2-1.5, Hargrave 2-0-1, Tuipulotu 2-0-0, Cox 1-2-1.5, Sweat 1-2-1.5, Davis 1-1-0, Slay 1-0-0, M.Williams 0-2-0. Washington, Holcomb 5-4-0, Curl 5-3-0, Davis 5-1-2, Fuller 5-1-0, Allen 4-0-0, Toney 3-1-0, Forrest 3-0-0, St-Juste 3-0-0, Obada 2-1-1, Wildgoose 2-0-0, Payne 1-2-0, Bradley-King 1-1-0, McCain 1-1-0, Sweat 1-1-0, Eifler 1-0-0, Holmes 1-0-0, Potoa'e 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Philadelphia, None. Washington, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Ron Torbert, Ump Mark Pellis, HL Max Causey, LJ Tim Podraza, FJ Ryan Dickson, SJ Keith Washington, BJ Tony Josselyn, Replay Denise Crudup.

Minnesota 28, Detroit 24

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:31 PM ET

Teams: DET MIN

Detroit 7 7 10 0 24
Minnesota 0 14 0 14 28
First Quarter

Det_Jama.Williams 2 run (Seibert kick), 6:44.

Second Quarter

Det_Hockenson 5 pass from Goff (Seibert kick), 13:38.

Min_Thielen 1 pass from Cousins (G.Joseph kick), 8:50.

Min_Cook 4 run (G.Joseph kick), 1:12.

Third Quarter

Det_FG Seibert 40, 8:36.

Det_Jama.Williams 13 run (Seibert kick), 2:08.

Fourth Quarter

Min_Mattison 6 run (G.Joseph kick), 7:50.

Min_Osborn 28 pass from Cousins (G.Joseph kick), :45.

A_66,638.

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Det Min
First downs 23 30
Total Net Yards 416 373
Rushes-yards 35-139 25-123
Passing 277 250
Punt Returns 2-23 2-20
Kickoff Returns 3-60 5-115
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0
Comp-Att-Int 25-41-1 24-41-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 1-10
Punts 3-44.667 3-52.0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 7-59 3-15
Time of Possession 34:04 25:56

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Detroit, Jama.Williams 20-87, Swift 7-31, C.Reynolds 6-13, Goff 2-8. Minnesota, Cook 17-96, Mattison 7-28, Cousins 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_Detroit, Goff 25-41-1-277. Minnesota, Cousins 24-41-0-260.

RECEIVING_Detroit, J.Reynolds 6-96, St. Brown 6-73, Chark 3-46, Hockenson 3-18, Swift 3-15, Jama.Williams 2-20, C.Reynolds 1-5, Raymond 1-4. Minnesota, Thielen 6-61, Osborn 5-73, Jefferson 3-14, I.Smith 2-32, Ellefson 2-24, Mundt 2-23, Ham 2-15, Mattison 1-16, Reagor 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Detroit, Seibert 54, Seibert 48. Minnesota, G.Joseph 56, G.Joseph 56.

Minnesota 28, Detroit 24

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:30 PM ET

Teams: DET

Detroit 7 7 10 0 24
Minnesota 0 14 0 14 28
First Quarter

Det_Jama.Williams 2 run (Seibert kick), 6:44. Drive: 6 plays, 54 yards, 2:36. Key Plays: Goff 17 pass to Jama.Williams; Goff 30 pass to St. Brown on 4th-and-5. Detroit 7, Minnesota 0.

Second Quarter

Det_Hockenson 5 pass from Goff (Seibert kick), 13:38. Drive: 12 plays, 70 yards, 5:28. Key Plays: Jama.Williams 12 run; Swift 3 run on 3rd-and-4; Jama.Williams 5 run on 4th-and-1; Goff 4 pass to Raymond on 3rd-and-5; Goff 17 pass to J.Reynolds on 4th-and-1. Detroit 14, Minnesota 0.

Min_Thielen 1 pass from Cousins (G.Joseph kick), 8:50. Drive: 12 plays, 80 yards, 4:48. Key Plays: Nwangwu kick return to Minnesota 20; Cousins 12 pass to Ham; Cousins 17 pass to I.Smith on 3rd-and-2; Cook 13 run. Detroit 14, Minnesota 7.

Min_Cook 4 run (G.Joseph kick), 1:12. Drive: 9 plays, 49 yards, 3:46. Key Plays: Cousins 6 pass to Thielen on 4th-and-6; Cousins 14 pass to Thielen; Cousins 15 pass to Thielen on 3rd-and-4. Detroit 14, Minnesota 14.

Third Quarter

Det_FG Seibert 40, 8:36. Drive: 10 plays, 46 yards, 5:22. Key Plays: Goff 5 pass to C.Reynolds on 3rd-and-7; Goff 16 pass to J.Reynolds on 4th-and-2. Detroit 17, Minnesota 14.

Det_Jama.Williams 13 run (Seibert kick), 2:08. Drive: 5 plays, 54 yards, 2:38. Key Plays: Goff 8 pass to St. Brown on 3rd-and-3; Goff 26 pass to J.Reynolds. Detroit 24, Minnesota 14.

Fourth Quarter

Min_Mattison 6 run (G.Joseph kick), 7:50. Drive: 6 plays, 57 yards, 2:49. Key Plays: Cousins 11 pass to Mundt; Cousins 10 pass to Thielen; Cousins 12 pass to Mundt. Detroit 24, Minnesota 21.

Min_Osborn 28 pass from Cousins (G.Joseph kick), :45. Drive: 3 plays, 56 yards, 00:25. Key Play: Cousins 28 pass to Osborn. Minnesota 28, Detroit 24.

A_66,638.

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Det Min
FIRST DOWNS 23 30
Rushing 6 9
Passing 14 16
Penalty 3 5
THIRD DOWN EFF 3-16 2-9
FOURTH DOWN EFF 4-6 1-2
TOTAL NET YARDS 416 373
Total Plays 76 67
Avg Gain 5.5 5.6
NET YARDS RUSHING 139 123
Rushes 35 25
Avg per rush 3.971 4.92
NET YARDS PASSING 277 250
Sacked-Yds lost 0-0 1-10
Gross-Yds passing 277 260
Completed-Att. 25-41 24-41
Had Intercepted 1 0
Yards-Pass Play 6.756 5.952
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 5-2-0 5-5-2
PUNTS-Avg. 3-44.667 3-52.0
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 83 135
Punt Returns 2-23 2-20
Kickoff Returns 3-60 5-115
Interceptions 0-0 1-0
PENALTIES-Yds 7-59 3-15
FUMBLES-Lost 0-0 2-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 34:04 25:56

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Detroit, Jama.Williams 20-87, Swift 7-31, C.Reynolds 6-13, Goff 2-8. Minnesota, Cook 17-96, Mattison 7-28, Cousins 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_Detroit, Goff 25-41-1-277. Minnesota, Cousins 24-41-0-260.

RECEIVING_Detroit, J.Reynolds 6-96, St. Brown 6-73, Chark 3-46, Hockenson 3-18, Swift 3-15, Jama.Williams 2-20, C.Reynolds 1-5, Raymond 1-4. Minnesota, Thielen 6-61, Osborn 5-73, Jefferson 3-14, I.Smith 2-32, Ellefson 2-24, Mundt 2-23, Ham 2-15, Mattison 1-16, Reagor 1-2.

PUNT RETURNS_Detroit, Raymond 2-23. Minnesota, Reagor 2-20.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Detroit, Ju.Jackson 3-60. Minnesota, Nwangwu 5-115.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Detroit, Anzalone 9-1-1, Oruwariye 7-2-0, Rodriguez 7-1-0, J.Hughes 5-3-0, Elliott 3-2-0, M.Hughes 2-1-0, Okudah 2-1-0, Board 2-0-0, C.Harris 2-0-0, Buggs 1-1-0, Walker 1-1-0, Chark 1-0-0, McNeill 1-0-0, Brockers 0-1-0. Minnesota, Hicks 10-4-0, Metellus 10-1-0, Dantzler 7-1-0, Kendricks 5-6-0, Peterson 5-0-0, Bullard 4-0-0, Hunter 3-0-0, Bynum 2-3-0, Phillips 2-2-0, Z.Smith 2-1-0, Sullivan 2-0-0, Tomlinson 1-3-0, Wonnum 1-0-0, Lynch 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Detroit, None. Minnesota, Metellus 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Detroit, Seibert 54, Seibert 48. Minnesota, G.Joseph 56, G.Joseph 56.

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OFFICIALS_Referee John Hussey, Ump Alan Eck, HL Robin DeLorenzo, LJ Carl Johnson, FJ Jabir Walker, SJ Allen Baynes, BJ Brad Freeman, Replay James Nicholson.

Smith INT sets up game-ending FG as Bears beat Texans 23-20

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:30 PM ET By ANDREW SELIGMAN, AP Sports Writer CHICAGO

CHICAGO (AP) — As soon as Roquan Smith saw the ball tipped at the line, he knew what he had to do.

The star linebacker raced in front of the intended target, and four plays later, the Chicago Bears celebrated one wild victory.

Smith set up Cairo Santos’ game-ending field goal when he intercepted Davis Mills deep in Houston territory, and the Bears beat former coach Lovie Smith and the Texans 23-20 on Sunday.

Khalil Herbert ran for a career-high 157 yards and two touchdowns. And Chicago rushed for 281 yards even though top running back David Montgomery exited in the early going with knee and ankle injuries.

The Texans had third-and-1 at their 26 when defensive tackle Angelo Blackson reached up with his right hand and tipped a pass intended for Rex Burkhead. Smith, who missed practice all week because of a hip injury, intercepted it at the 30 and returned it to the 12.

Chicago had Herbert run, then downed the ball twice before Santos nailed a 30-yarder as time expired.

“It was big time just being available, but I was focused all week because I knew I was going to give myself a shot to play in the game,” Smith said. “I still wasn’t all the way there but, hey, halfway is better than no way. I’m happy.”

Smith was largely a nonfactor through the first two games after missing the preseason. He opted to “hold in” with contract extension talks at a standstill and wound up returning to practice in late August with no new deal.

His status for this game got thrown into question when he showed up on the injury report during the week after being hurt in last week's loss at Green Bay. But he came through with the big play, putting the Bears in position to pull out a tight win.

“I couldn’t believe it,” Smith said. “It fell right to me. They say catch the ones that come right to you, and I did it and the rest is history.”

Mills thought he made the right read, and he credited the Bears' defense.

“We talk about it a lot: Tip balls never touch the ground,” he said. "Got through my progression, made the correct read, had Rex open and just, the ball got tipped at the line. Nothing I can really do about it there. Good play by the defense.”

BEARS BOOED

The Bears (2-1) angered their fans with conservative calls at times and were booed loudly at the end of the first half when they opted to run out the clock rather than use any timeouts with Houston (0-2-1) leading by one.

Justin Fields had another difficult game. But the Bears at least did enough to bounce back against a struggling team after losing to the rival Packers.

The Texans dropped their second in a row after blowing fourth-quarter leads in a season-opening tie with Indianapolis and loss to Denver.

Herbert, whose previous high was 100 yards as a rookie last season, made it 10-0 when he scored from the 11 in the first quarter. He also broke off a 52-yard run early in the third and ran it in from the 1 to give the Bears a short-lived 20-17 lead.

Fields was 8 of 17 for 106 yards. The former Ohio State star threw two interceptions and had a 27.7 rating.

Montgomery walked off the field in pain on Chicago’s second possession after his right leg got rolled up on while he was pass blocking. Coach Matt Eberflus said the news on him was “good” and he'll be “day to day.”

Eddie Jackson intercepted a pass in the end zone in the second quarter.

TEXANS TUMBLE

Smith, who led the Bears to an 81-63 record and a Super Bowl appearance from 2004-12, is 0-3 against his former team. That includes losses with Tampa Bay in 2014 at Soldier Field and 2015 at Raymond James Stadium.

Mills threw for 245 yards, completing 20 of 32 passes. He had a touchdown and two interceptions against a defense missing top cornerback Jaylon Johnson because of a hamstring injury.

Dameon Pierce ran for 80 yards and a TD. Chris Moore had a 52-yard reception.

Jalen Pitre became the second rookie in Texans history to record two interceptions in a game, joining Dunta Robinson against the Raiders on Oct. 3, 2004. He also had a sack in the closing minutes.

INJURIES

Texans: No injuries were reported.

Bears: WR Byron Pringle (calf) was injured on the same play as Montgomery and left the game.

UP NEXT

Texans: Host the Los Angeles Chargers on Oct. 2.

Bears: Visit the New York Giants on Oct. 2.

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Cincinnati 27, N.Y. Jets 12

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:30 PM ET

Teams: CIN NYJ

Cincinnati 14 6 7 0 27
N.Y. Jets 6 3 3 0 12
First Quarter

Cin_Perine 12 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), 9:35.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 50, 5:04.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 40, 1:49.

Cin_Boyd 56 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), :00.

Second Quarter

Cin_FG McPherson 22, 7:48.

Cin_FG McPherson 43, 5:28.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 52, :00.

Third Quarter

Cin_Chase 5 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), 12:02.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 43, :41.

A_73,708.

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Cin NYJ
First downs 20 19
Total Net Yards 330 328
Rushes-yards 28-69 20-76
Passing 261 252
Punt Returns 2-23 1-10
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-20
Interceptions Ret. 2-42 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 23-36-0 28-52-2
Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 4-33
Punts 3-47.333 3-48.667
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-2
Penalties-Yards 5-30 4-55
Time of Possession 32:24 27:36

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Cincinnati, Perine 9-47, Mixon 12-24, Burrow 5-0, Chase 2-(minus 2). N.Y. Jets, Bre.Hall 8-39, Carter 11-39, Berrios 1-(minus 2).

PASSING_Cincinnati, Burrow 23-36-0-275. N.Y. Jets, Flacco 28-52-2-285.

RECEIVING_Cincinnati, Chase 6-29, Higgins 5-93, Boyd 4-105, Mixon 3-14, Perine 2-14, Wilcox 1-9, Hurst 1-7, Evans 1-4. N.Y. Jets, Conklin 8-84, G.Wilson 6-60, Bre.Hall 6-53, Moore 4-49, C.Davis 2-27, Carter 1-7, Uzomah 1-5.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Cincinnati, McPherson 41.

Cincinnati 27, N.Y. Jets 12

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:29 PM ET

Teams: CIN NYJ

Cincinnati 14 6 7 0 27
N.Y. Jets 6 3 3 0 12
First Quarter

Cin_Perine 12 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), 9:35. Drive: 12 plays, 75 yards, 5:25. Key Plays: Burrow 13 pass to Boyd; Burrow 19 pass to Higgins on 3rd-and-9; Burrow 14 pass to Higgins; Burrow 22 pass to Boyd on 3rd-and-8. Cincinnati 7, N.Y. Jets 0.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 50, 5:04. Drive: 10 plays, 43 yards, 4:31. Key Play: Flacco 23 pass to G.Wilson on 3rd-and-6. Cincinnati 7, N.Y. Jets 3.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 40, 1:49. Drive: 5 plays, 21 yards, 1:56. Key Play: Flacco 16 pass to Moore. Cincinnati 7, N.Y. Jets 6.

Cin_Boyd 56 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), :00. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 1:49. Cincinnati 14, N.Y. Jets 6.

Second Quarter

Cin_FG McPherson 22, 7:48. Drive: 7 plays, 71 yards, 2:25. Key Play: Burrow 45 pass to Higgins. Cincinnati 17, N.Y. Jets 6.

Cin_FG McPherson 43, 5:28. Drive: 4 plays, 0 yards, 00:58. Key Plays: L.Wilson 41 interception return to N.Y. Jets 25; Burrow 5 pass to Chase on 3rd-and-15. Cincinnati 20, N.Y. Jets 6.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 52, :00. Drive: 6 plays, 13 yards, 00:30. Key Play: Flacco 5 pass to Bre.Hall on 3rd-and-2. Cincinnati 20, N.Y. Jets 9.

Third Quarter

Cin_Chase 5 pass from Burrow (McPherson kick), 12:02. Drive: 4 plays, 24 yards, 2:06. Key Play: Burrow 14 pass to Boyd. Cincinnati 27, N.Y. Jets 9.

NYJ_FG Zuerlein 43, :41. Drive: 12 plays, 55 yards, 3:32. Key Plays: Flacco 18 pass to Conklin on 3rd-and-6; Flacco 13 pass to Conklin on 3rd-and-1. Cincinnati 27, N.Y. Jets 12.

A_73,708.

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Cin NYJ
FIRST DOWNS 20 19
Rushing 6 4
Passing 12 13
Penalty 2 2
THIRD DOWN EFF 7-14 7-18
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-1 0-3
TOTAL NET YARDS 330 328
Total Plays 66 76
Avg Gain 5.0 4.3
NET YARDS RUSHING 69 76
Rushes 28 20
Avg per rush 2.464 3.8
NET YARDS PASSING 261 252
Sacked-Yds lost 2-14 4-33
Gross-Yds passing 275 285
Completed-Att. 23-36 28-52
Had Intercepted 0 2
Yards-Pass Play 6.868 4.5
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 6-6-5 4-4-4
PUNTS-Avg. 3-47.333 3-48.667
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 65 30
Punt Returns 2-23 1-10
Kickoff Returns 0-0 1-20
Interceptions 2-42 0-0
PENALTIES-Yds 5-30 4-55
FUMBLES-Lost 2-1 3-2
TIME OF POSSESSION 32:24 27:36

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Cincinnati, Perine 9-47, Mixon 12-24, Burrow 5-0, Chase 2-(minus 2). N.Y. Jets, Bre.Hall 8-39, Carter 11-39, Berrios 1-(minus 2).

PASSING_Cincinnati, Burrow 23-36-0-275. N.Y. Jets, Flacco 28-52-2-285.

RECEIVING_Cincinnati, Chase 6-29, Higgins 5-93, Boyd 4-105, Mixon 3-14, Perine 2-14, Wilcox 1-9, Hurst 1-7, Evans 1-4. N.Y. Jets, Conklin 8-84, G.Wilson 6-60, Bre.Hall 6-53, Moore 4-49, C.Davis 2-27, Carter 1-7, Uzomah 1-5.

PUNT RETURNS_Cincinnati, Taylor 2-23. N.Y. Jets, Berrios 1-10.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Cincinnati, None. N.Y. Jets, Berrios 1-20.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Cincinnati, Davis-Gaither 9-4-0, Bell 8-0-0, Hilton 5-3-0, Awuzie 5-0-0, L.Wilson 3-4-0, Hendrickson 2-2-2.5, Bates 2-1-0, Apple 2-0-0, B.Hill 1-3-.5, C.Sample 1-1-1, Hubbard 1-1-0, Reader 1-1-0, Chase 1-0-0, Flowers 1-0-0, Tupou 1-0-0, Carter 0-2-0, Ossai 0-1-0. N.Y. Jets, Mosley 7-5-0, Rankins 6-1-1, Quinc.Williams 6-1-0, J.Johnson 4-0-0, Harris 3-0-0, Reed 3-0-0, Joyner 2-5-0, Quinn.Williams 2-2-1, Gardner 2-2-0, Clemons 2-1-0, Whitehead 1-4-0, Alexander 1-1-0, Carter 1-0-0, Fant 1-0-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Cincinnati, L.Wilson 1-41, Bates 1-1. N.Y. Jets, None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Cincinnati, McPherson 41.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Jerome Boger, Ump Barry Anderson, HL Frank LeBlanc, LJ Rusty Baynes, FJ Alonzo Ramsey, SJ Jonah Monroe, BJ Steve Patrick, Replay Saleem Choudhry.

Titans never trail in keeping Raiders winless with 24-22 win

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:29 PM ET By TERESA M. WALKER, AP Pro Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans finally have their first victory this season.

Better yet? They think they found the winning recipe for many more.

Ryan Tannehill threw for 264 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score and the Tennessee Titans never trailed Sunday, holding off the Las Vegas Raiders 24-22 for their first victory this season.

“We got the ball rolling in the right direction," Tannehill said. "And that was our message all week is just come out, find a way to win this one game and we’ll get the ball rolling in the right direction and build on it.”

Derrick Henry also ran for 85 yards and a touchdown. Henry also added 58 yards more receiving as the Titans (1-2) avoided their worst start since 2009 when they lost the first six games.

“It’s hard to win in this league, and I'm happy that I was able to contribute,” Henry said. “It’s a great team win.”

Titans coach Mike Vrabel said winning will help everyone, especially for a team used to winning with high expectations. The Titans went 12-5 last season, earning the AFC's No. 1 seed with six straight winning seasons.

“You only get what you fight for in this league,” Vrabel said. "I thought they fought for it today. And I’m happy for them.”

The Raiders (0-3) are off to their worst start since 2018. A week after blowing a 20-point lead in losing to Arizona in overtime, the Raiders had every chance to get back in this game in the second half as they blanked Tennessee after halftime.

Josh McDaniels, the third full-time Raiders coach to start 0-3, said his Raiders have been in close games with the first three losses by a combined 13 points with chances to win at the end.

“I’m looking for us to try to improve and play a full 60-minute game, where we actually start well, play well in all three phases, see what that looks like. I’m not sure that we’ve done that yet,” McDaniels said.

Two-time All-Pro safety Kevin Byard celebrated his 100th regular-season game by picking off a Derek Carr pass in the end zone with 9:22 left.

Kristian Fulton broke up a pass to Raiders receiver Mack Hollins in the end zone with 3:33 left.

Trailing 24-16, the Raiders converted a fourth-and-15 and a fourth-and-10. Carr then hit Hollins with a 9-y ard TD pass on fourth-and-goal with 1:14 left. But Carr’s 2-point conversion pass to tie the game was broken up by linebacker Dylan Cole that Byard nearly picked off as well.

Austin Hooper then recovered the onside kick for Tennessee, which knelt down for the win.

“Just the overall feeling of losing is what breaks my heart," Carr said. "I’ve seen what it takes to win at this level. ... I believe in what we’re doing, but we don’t have the results yet.”

Carr was 26 of 44 for 303 yards and two touchdowns. Hollins finished with eight catches for 158 yards, and five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams was held to five catches and 36 yards with a TD.

Vrabel said the Titans would get back to their bread and butter on offense. They made sure their two-time NFL rushing champ touched the ball six times on a 12-play drive to open the game. Henry ran four times for 16 yards, including 19 on back-to-back carries. He also had two catches for 26 yards.

The Titans also got the ball to some of their other top players. As a result, they scored touchdowns on each of their first three possessions with drives of at least 75 yards for just the third time since 2000 and led 24-10 at halftime.

It also was the first time the Raiders allowed three straight such TDs since a 44-7 loss to the New York Giants on Oct. 11, 2009.

The Raiders tried switching gears in the third quarter. But they had to settle for a second field goal by Daniel Carlson, this a 32-yarder after using up 8:03 of the third. Even after safety Duron Harmon picked off the pass and returned it 11 yards to the Titans 31, the Raiders wound up punting.

A holding call on right tackle Jermaine Eluemunor wiped out a 29-yard pass by Carr to Darren Waller. Adams couldn't get both feet down on a catch, then they were flagged for delay backing them up even more. Carr's pass to Brandon Bolden was stopped for a 2-yard loss.

HENRY'S DAY

The Titans running back had a busy day with 26 total touches with 20 carries and six passes thrown to him. He led the Titans with five receptions, one off his career high. After he talked to reporters, a team security official with a cart gave Henry a ride away from the locker room.

INJURIES

Raiders cornerback Rock Ya-Sin went down on Tannehill's 41-yard pass to Robert Woods that set up Henry's first TD. Ya-Sin returned quickly, but went down again in the fourth quarter. Raiders cornerback Nate Hobbs was evaluated for a concussion.

Titans linebacker Zach Cunningham, who was on the injury report with an injured knee, went straight to the locker room with an injured elbow in the third quarter. Titans cornerback Kristian Fulton went down with 1:22 left.

UP NEXT

Raiders return home to host Denver on Sunday.

Titans visit Indianapolis on Sunday.

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Jackson accounts for 5 TDs, Ravens hold off Patriots 37-26

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:28 PM ET By KYLE HIGHTOWER, AP Sports Writer FOXBOROUGH, Mass.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Lamar Jackson has spent his career doing things nobody in the NFL has ever done.

The Ravens quarterback added another outstanding performance with his arm and his legs on Sunday.

Jackson threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score to help Baltimore (2-1) hold off the New England Patriots 37-26. He became the first player in the Super Bowl era with three or more passing touchdowns and 100-plus rushing yards in consecutive games.

The Patriots, meanwhile, lost quarterback Mac Jones late in the game to a leg injury that appears serious.

A week after Jackson's four-touchdown performance wasn't enough to stop a furious late charge by Miami, this time he got help from his defense, which forced turnovers on three straight fourth-quarter drives by the Patriots (1-2).

“No one has to tell me about Lamar Jackson,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. “I believed in him from the first day we drafted him.”

Baltimore led 14-13 at halftime, and Jackson said his mindset was to keep the pressure on.

“We've got to score, too,” he said. “Last week when Miami started scoring and they went on that run I think we put up three points. I wasn't having it. None of us on offense was having that this game.”

Justin Tucker added a 56-yard field goal, the 50th of his career from 50 yards or more, as the Ravens won at New England in the regular season for the first time in seven tries.

The Patriots suddenly have questions at quarterback after Jones was hurt with less than two minutes to play. He hopped off the field and headed straight to the locker room, grimacing in pain as two members of the training staff helped him.

Jones completed 22 of 32 passes for 321 yards but threw three interceptions. Coach Bill Belichick provided no detail about the injury.

Despite being under pressure for most of the day and losing another offensive lineman to an early injury, Jackson completed 18 of 29 passes for 218 yards with an interception. He rushed for 107 yards on 11 carries.

“He's just elite,” said favorite target Mark Andrews, who had eight catches for 89 yards and two TDs.

DeVante Parker had five catches for 156 yards for New England.

Jones had three of the Patriots' four turnovers on the day. The other was a late fumble by Nelson Agholor.

“You're not going to win turning the ball over the fourth quarter,” Belichick said.

The Patriots trimmed the gap to 31-26 on a 1-yard TD run by Rhamondre Stevenson, but failed on a 2-point conversion try.

New England got the ball back when Rashod Bateman caught a 24-yard pass, then fumbled.

The Patriots took it down to the Ravens 10, but Jones’ pass into the end zone overshot Parker and was intercepted by Marlon Humphrey.

A quick three-and-out gave the Patriots the ball back. But a 30-yard pass from Jones to Agholor ended with strip from behind by Kyle Hamilton and recovery by Marcus Peters along the sideline.

The Ravens capitalized, marching 73 yards to take a 37-26 lead on Jackson's 9-yard TD run.

Baltimore's offense was effective despite having to go deep into its roster because of injuries.

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley remained inactive as he continues to work his way back from the ankle issue that kept him sidelined for most of last season.

The Ravens then lost tackle Patrick Mekari on their first series to a left ankle injury, forcing them to go with fourth-stringer Daniel Faalele to protect Jackson’s blind side.

The Patriots sacked Jackson four times in the first half — three by Deatrich Wise. Jackson was also intercepted early in the second quarter by Jonathan Jones, which New England turned into points when Jones scored on a 3-yard run.

“One sack happened. And then after that (Faalele) started dominating, just like in college,” Jackson said. “They were all dialed in.”

KICKING IT

Nick Folk made a 35-yard field goal in the second quarter that was his 57th in a row from inside 50 yards — an NFL record.

Folk hasn’t missed from inside 50 since the 2020 season opener against Miami.

The kick cut the Baltimore lead to 7-3 and broke the record that Ryan Succop set with Tennessee from 2014-17. Folk added a 50-yard field goal on the final play of the first half.

INJURIES

Ravens: Mekari didn't return after his ankle injury. ... LB Justin Houston left in the second quarter with a groin injury. ... DT Michael Pierce left in the second quarter with an arm injury.

Patriots: DE Lawrence Guy left with a shoulder injury in the third quarter.

UP NEXT

Ravens: Host Buffalo next Sunday.

Patriots: On the road for the third time in four games when they visit Green Bay next Sunday.

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Panthers defeat Saints 22-14 to snap 9-game losing streak

3.4h ago 9/25/2022 4:28 PM ET By STEVE REED, AP Sports Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Laviska Shenault was frustrated over being declared inactive for his first two games with the Carolina Panthers after being acquired in a late preseason trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But the third-year wide receiver took advantage of his first chance to play on Sunday in a big way.

Shenault caught a momentum-changing 67-yard touchdown pass from Baker Mayfield in the fourth quarter, Marquis Haynes returned a fumble 44 yards for a touchdown and the Panthers defeated the New Orleans Saints 22-14 to snap a nine-game losing streak.

“Knowing what I can bring to the table, it's hard not being able to do what you love to do,” said Shenault, held out of the first two games while learning the playbook. “I bring a lot of skill to the team and when I'm able to be free and go play, that's what you're gonna get.”

Mayfield threw for 170 yards, Christian McCaffrey ran for 108 and Shenault had 90 yards receiving as the Panthers (1-2) won at home for the first time since beating the Saints 26-7 on Sept. 19, 2021.

While Mayfield just arrived in Carolina this year, he said ending the losing streak, “is a weight lifted off your shoulders.”

Jameis Winston, playing with an injured back, completed 25 of 41 passes for 353 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, while rookie Chris Olave had nine catches for 147 yards for a Saints wide receiver corps that lost Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry and Tre’Quan Smith to injuries in the second half.

“I just think we’ve got to be better early on in the game," Saints coach Dennis Allen said. “We’ve got to execute better. Certainly that starts with us as a coaching staff. We’ve got to put a good plan together and give our guys a chance to be successful.”

Carolina's defense held Winston and the Saints scoreless for three quarters before Mark Ingram cut the lead to 13-7 with a 5-yard TD run early in the fourth.

But on the second play of the ensuing series, Shenault caught a pass in the flat, juked a defender and raced along the left sideline for a touchdown to give the Panthers some cushion with 12:06 left.

“I saw green,” Shenault said. “I saw an opportunity that had to be snatched away by me. It felt so good.”

Carolina's defense took it from there, intercepting Winston twice in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

Cornerback Jaycee Horn got a hand on Winston's pass on a blitz and 320-pound defensive tackle Derrick Brown reached out to grab the ball with one hand for the interception, setting up Eddy Pineiro's third field goal to give Carolina a 22-7 lead. Winston answered with a 4-yard TD pass to Marquez Callaway, but Horn intercepted Winston on a desperation Hail Mary at midfield as time expired.

Winston fell to 4-7 against the Panthers during his career, with 18 interceptions and 10 touchdown passes.

Defensive end Cameron Jordan said the Saints have to be better against the run if they want to get back on the winning track.

“We have to focus on what we have to do as a mission on defense," Jordan said. “We talk about stopping the run and today was not stopping the run. They averaged (4.7) yards a clip. It starts with the defense. It starts with me. It starts with (the defensive line). We’ve got to clean up our stuff now.”

The Saints (1-2) committed three turnovers in all and were flagged seven times for 58 yards. Wil Lutz missed one field goal and had another blocked as part of the parade of errors.

“We’re beating ourselves with penalties,” Allen said. “We’re beating ourselves with turnovers."

LUVU'S REVENGE

The Panthers entered Week 3 as the only NFL team without a takeaway.

But they got a big one early as Frankie Luvu reached his arm in and ripped the ball away from Alvin Kamara at the line of scrimmage. Haynes picked up the loose ball and rambled 44 yards for a touchdown with an entourage by his side.

“It unleashed the spirit of the defense,” Panthers coach Matt Rhule said.

Luvu said it felt great to get a turnover after he dropped a potential Pick-6 in a 19-16 loss to the New York Giants last week.

“I knew I messed it up the last time and I owe to the guys, and hopefully they are good with that," Luvu said.

INJURIES

Saints: The wide receiver position was decimated by injuries in the second half with Landry (ankle), Thomas (toe) and Smith (concussion) all leaving the game. Smith had 105 yards receiving on four catches before exiting. ... LG Andrus Peat left early with a concussion.

Panthers: CBs Donte Jackson and C.J. Henderson both suffered neck injuries, but did return.

UP NEXT

Saints: Play the Vikings on Sunday in London.

Panthers: Host the Cardinals on Sunday.

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Carolina 22, New Orleans 14

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

New Orleans 0 0 0 14 14
Carolina 7 6 0 9 22
First Quarter

Car_Haynes 44 fumble return (Pineiro kick), 5:32.

Second Quarter

Car_FG Pineiro 45, 14:16.

Car_FG Pineiro 48, 2:56.

Fourth Quarter

NO_Ingram 5 run (Lutz kick), 12:31.

Car_Shenault 67 pass from Mayfield (run failed), 12:06.

Car_FG Pineiro 34, 8:19.

NO_Callaway 4 pass from Winston (Lutz kick), 2:22.

A_70,496.

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NO Car
First downs 19 12
Total Net Yards 426 293
Rushes-yards 22-84 31-145
Passing 342 148
Punt Returns 2-17 3-22
Kickoff Returns 3-56 2-54
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-1
Comp-Att-Int 25-41-2 12-25-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-11 3-22
Punts 6-47.5 6-46.833
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 7-58 4-40
Time of Possession 29:50 30:10

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_New Orleans, Kamara 15-61, Ingram 5-18, Winston 2-5. Carolina, McCaffrey 25-108, Hubbard 3-25, Moore 2-13, Mayfield 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_New Orleans, Winston 25-41-2-353. Carolina, Mayfield 12-25-0-170.

RECEIVING_New Orleans, Olave 9-147, Thomas 5-49, Smith 4-105, Landry 2-22, Kamara 2-12, Trautman 1-9, Vannett 1-5, Callaway 1-4. Carolina, Shenault 2-90, S.Smith 2-22, Thomas 2-13, McCaffrey 2-7, Ricci 1-15, R.Anderson 1-14, Tremble 1-7, Moore 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_New Orleans, Lutz 48, Lutz 30.

Carolina 22, New Orleans 14

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

New Orleans 0 0 0 14 14
Carolina 7 6 0 9 22
First Quarter

Car_Haynes 44 fumble return (Pineiro kick), 5:32. Carolina 7, New Orleans 0.

Second Quarter

Car_FG Pineiro 45, 14:16. Drive: 10 plays, 40 yards, 5:10. Key Plays: Mayfield 14 pass to R.Anderson; Mayfield 2 pass to Moore on 3rd-and-10. Carolina 10, New Orleans 0.

Car_FG Pineiro 48, 2:56. Drive: 1 play, 0 yards, 00:04. Carolina 13, New Orleans 0.

Fourth Quarter

NO_Ingram 5 run (Lutz kick), 12:31. Drive: 10 plays, 89 yards, 3:28. Key Plays: Winston 12 pass to Olave on 3rd-and-11; Winston 16 pass to M.Thomas; Winston 11 pass to T.Smith; Winston 23 pass to T.Smith. Carolina 13, New Orleans 7.

Car_Shenault 67 pass from Mayfield (run failed), 12:06. Drive: 3 plays, 67 yards, 00:25. Key Play: Shenault kick return to Carolina 33. Carolina 19, New Orleans 7.

Car_FG Pineiro 34, 8:19. Drive: 7 plays, 19 yards, 3:00. Key Plays: Der.Brown 1 interception return to New Orleans 35; McCaffrey 9 run on 3rd-and-4. Carolina 22, New Orleans 7.

NO_Callaway 4 pass from Winston (Lutz kick), 2:22. Drive: 3 plays, 90 yards, 1:06. Key Plays: Winston 38 pass to Olave; Winston 48 pass to T.Smith. Carolina 22, New Orleans 14.

A_70,496.

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NO Car
FIRST DOWNS 19 12
Rushing 4 7
Passing 14 5
Penalty 1 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 5-13 4-14
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-0 0-1
TOTAL NET YARDS 426 293
Total Plays 64 59
Avg Gain 6.7 5.0
NET YARDS RUSHING 84 145
Rushes 22 31
Avg per rush 3.818 4.677
NET YARDS PASSING 342 148
Sacked-Yds lost 1-11 3-22
Gross-Yds passing 353 170
Completed-Att. 25-41 12-25
Had Intercepted 2 0
Yards-Pass Play 8.143 5.286
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 3-1-0 5-5-3
PUNTS-Avg. 6-47.5 6-46.833
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 1-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 73 77
Punt Returns 2-17 3-22
Kickoff Returns 3-56 2-54
Interceptions 0-0 2-1
PENALTIES-Yds 7-58 4-40
FUMBLES-Lost 3-1 0-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 29:50 30:10

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_New Orleans, Kamara 15-61, Ingram 5-18, Winston 2-5. Carolina, McCaffrey 25-108, Hubbard 3-25, Moore 2-13, Mayfield 1-(minus 1).

PASSING_New Orleans, Winston 25-41-2-353. Carolina, Mayfield 12-25-0-170.

RECEIVING_New Orleans, Olave 9-147, Thomas 5-49, Smith 4-105, Landry 2-22, Kamara 2-12, Trautman 1-9, Vannett 1-5, Callaway 1-4. Carolina, Shenault 2-90, S.Smith 2-22, Thomas 2-13, McCaffrey 2-7, Ricci 1-15, R.Anderson 1-14, Tremble 1-7, Moore 1-2.

PUNT RETURNS_New Orleans, Landry 2-17. Carolina, S.Smith 3-22.

KICKOFF RETURNS_New Orleans, Washington 3-56. Carolina, Shenault 2-54.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_New Orleans, Werner 6-5-0, Tuttle 5-2-0, Roby 3-1-0, D.Davis 2-3-1, Williams 2-3-0, Jordan 2-2-1, Mathieu 2-2-0, Evans 2-1-0, Onyemata 2-1-0, Granderson 1-2-.5, Street 1-1-0, Adebo 1-0-0, Davenport 1-0-0, Elliss 1-0-0, McCoy 1-0-0, Olave 1-0-0, Turner 1-0-0, J.Gray 0-2-.5, Kpassagnon 0-2-0. Carolina, Chinn 6-2-1, Henderson 6-0-0, Luvu 4-1-0, S.Thompson 4-0-0, Hartsfield 3-0-0, Jackson 3-0-0, Der.Brown 2-0-0, Littleton 2-0-0, Woods 1-2-0, H.Anderson 1-1-0, Haynes 1-1-0, Horn 1-1-0, Wilson 1-1-0, Hubbard 1-0-0, Ioannidis 1-0-0, McCall 1-0-0, Taylor 1-0-0, Gross-Matos 0-2-0, Nixon 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_New Orleans, None. Carolina, Der.Brown 1-1, Horn 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_New Orleans, Lutz 48, Lutz 30.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Carl Cheffers, Ump Brandon Cruse, HL Mike Carr, LJ Jeff Seeman, FJ Nathan Jones, SJ Eugene Hall, BJ Matt Edwards, Replay Kevin Brown.

Indianapolis 20, Kansas City 17

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

Teams: KC

Kansas City 6 8 3 0 17
Indianapolis 7 3 3 7 20
First Quarter

Ind_Woods 1 pass from Ryan (McLaughlin kick), 12:24. Drive: 3 plays, 4 yards, 1:23. Indianapolis 7, Kansas City 0.

KC_Kelce 3 pass from Mahomes (kick failed), :34. Drive: 4 plays, 35 yards, 2:03. Key Play: Mahomes 29 pass to Kelce on 3rd-and-7. Indianapolis 7, Kansas City 6.

Second Quarter

Ind_FG McLaughlin 43, 9:40. Drive: 12 plays, 46 yards, 5:54. Key Plays: Rodgers kick return to Indianapolis 29; Ryan 8 pass to Hines on 3rd-and-4; Ryan 17 pass to Pierce; Ryan 7 pass to Dulin on 3rd-and-3. Indianapolis 10, Kansas City 6.

KC_Edwards-Helaire 1 run (Kelce pass from Mahomes), 1:46. Drive: 5 plays, 21 yards, 1:37. Key Play: Mahomes 10 pass to Smith-Schuster. Kansas City 14, Indianapolis 10.

Third Quarter

KC_FG Ammendola 26, 7:56. Drive: 16 plays, 62 yards, 7:04. Key Plays: Pacheco kick return to Kansas City 31; Mahomes 11 pass to Smith-Schuster; Mahomes 16 pass to Edwards-Helaire; Burton 2 run on 4th-and-1; Mahomes 10 run. Kansas City 17, Indianapolis 10.

Ind_FG McLaughlin 51, 2:53. Drive: 11 plays, 42 yards, 5:03. Key Plays: Ryan 9 pass to Taylor on 3rd-and-8; Ryan 26 pass to Pittman. Kansas City 17, Indianapolis 13.

Fourth Quarter

Ind_Woods 12 pass from Ryan (McLaughlin kick), :24. Drive: 16 plays, 76 yards, 8:14. Key Plays: Ryan 2 pass to Campbell on 3rd-and-3; Ryan 2 run on 4th-and-1; Ryan 4 pass to Pittman on 3rd-and-4; Taylor 13 run; Ryan 14 pass to Pierce. Indianapolis 20, Kansas City 17.

A_65,975.

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KC Ind
FIRST DOWNS 20 19
Rushing 6 5
Passing 12 12
Penalty 2 2
THIRD DOWN EFF 3-10 6-15
FOURTH DOWN EFF 1-2 1-3
TOTAL NET YARDS 315 259
Total Plays 60 69
Avg Gain 5.3 3.8
NET YARDS RUSHING 58 82
Rushes 23 27
Avg per rush 2.522 3.037
NET YARDS PASSING 257 177
Sacked-Yds lost 1-5 5-45
Gross-Yds passing 262 222
Completed-Att. 20-36 27-37
Had Intercepted 1 0
Yards-Pass Play 6.946 4.214
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 4-2-2 5-2-0
PUNTS-Avg. 3-56.667 3-51.333
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 106 66
Punt Returns 2-12 1-10
Kickoff Returns 5-94 2-57
Interceptions 0-0 1--1
PENALTIES-Yds 6-45 4-34
FUMBLES-Lost 2-1 2-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 26:28 33:32

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Kansas City, Mahomes 4-26, McKinnon 7-20, Pacheco 3-9, Burton 1-2, Kelce 1-1, Edwards-Helaire 7-0. Indianapolis, Taylor 21-71, Hines 3-7, Ryan 3-4.

PASSING_Kansas City, Mahomes 20-35-1-262, Townsend 0-1-0-0. Indianapolis, Ryan 27-37-0-222.

RECEIVING_Kansas City, Smith-Schuster 5-89, Edwards-Helaire 5-39, Kelce 4-58, Valdes-Scantling 4-48, Gray 1-26, Hardman 1-2. Indianapolis, Pittman 8-72, Hines 5-23, Pierce 3-61, Taylor 3-20, Woods 2-13, Campbell 2-10, Granson 2-7, Alie-Cox 1-9, Dulin 1-7.

PUNT RETURNS_Kansas City, Moore 2-12. Indianapolis, Hines 1-10.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Kansas City, Pacheco 5-94. Indianapolis, Rodgers 2-57.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Kansas City, Harris 7-6-0, Bolton 6-3-2, Ja.Watson 6-0-0, Sneed 5-2-1, Saunders 3-5-0, Reid 3-4-0, Fenton 3-2-0, Thornhill 2-3-0, Dunlap 2-2-1, Wharton 2-0-0, Karlaftis 1-3-0, Clark 1-2-1, C.Jones 1-1-0, Nnadi 1-0-0, Herring 0-2-0, Cook 0-1-0. Indianapolis, Franklin 8-4-0, Gilmore 5-0-0, Okereke 4-3-0, Paye 3-0-0, Buckner 2-2-0, McLeod 2-2-0, Facyson 2-0-0, Moore 2-0-0, Odeyingbo 2-0-0, Rodgers 2-0-0, Thomas 2-0-0, Ngakoue 1-1-1, Stewart 1-1-0, Pinter 1-0-0, Odenigbo 0-1-0, Speed 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Kansas City, None. Indianapolis, McLeod 1-(minus 1).

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Kansas City, Ammendola 34.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Shawn Smith, Ump Bryan Neale, HL Mark Hittner, LJ Michael Dolce, FJ Dyrol Prioleau, SJ Clay Reynard, BJ Dino Paganelli, Replay Mike Wimmer.

Indianapolis 20, Kansas City 17

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

Teams: IND KC

Kansas City 6 8 3 0 17
Indianapolis 7 3 3 7 20
First Quarter

Ind_Woods 1 pass from Ryan (McLaughlin kick), 12:24.

KC_Kelce 3 pass from Mahomes (kick failed), :34.

Second Quarter

Ind_FG McLaughlin 43, 9:40.

KC_Edwards-Helaire 1 run (Kelce pass from Mahomes), 1:46.

Third Quarter

KC_FG Ammendola 26, 7:56.

Ind_FG McLaughlin 51, 2:53.

Fourth Quarter

Ind_Woods 12 pass from Ryan (McLaughlin kick), :24.

A_65,975.

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KC Ind
First downs 20 19
Total Net Yards 315 259
Rushes-yards 23-58 27-82
Passing 257 177
Punt Returns 2-12 1-10
Kickoff Returns 5-94 2-57
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1--1
Comp-Att-Int 20-36-1 27-37-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-5 5-45
Punts 3-56.667 3-51.333
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1
Penalties-Yards 6-45 4-34
Time of Possession 26:28 33:32

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Kansas City, Mahomes 4-26, McKinnon 7-20, Pacheco 3-9, Burton 1-2, Kelce 1-1, Edwards-Helaire 7-0. Indianapolis, Taylor 21-71, Hines 3-7, Ryan 3-4.

PASSING_Kansas City, Mahomes 20-35-1-262, Townsend 0-1-0-0. Indianapolis, Ryan 27-37-0-222.

RECEIVING_Kansas City, Smith-Schuster 5-89, Edwards-Helaire 5-39, Kelce 4-58, Valdes-Scantling 4-48, Gray 1-26, Hardman 1-2. Indianapolis, Pittman 8-72, Hines 5-23, Pierce 3-61, Taylor 3-20, Woods 2-13, Campbell 2-10, Granson 2-7, Alie-Cox 1-9, Dulin 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Kansas City, Ammendola 34.

Baltimore 37, New England 26

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

Teams: BAL

Baltimore 7 7 17 6 37
New England 0 13 7 6 26
First Quarter

Bal_M.Andrews 5 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 4:09. Drive: 11 plays, 69 yards, 6:23. Key Plays: Jackson 8 run on 3rd-and-5; Jackson 17 pass to M.Andrews; Jackson 11 pass to M.Andrews; Jackson 12 pass to Ricard. Baltimore 7, New England 0.

Second Quarter

NE_FG Folk 35, 14:57. Drive: 8 plays, 62 yards, 4:12. Key Plays: Mar.Jones kick return to New England 22; Stevenson 10 run; Mac.Jones 40 pass to Parker; Mac.Jones 6 pass to Stevenson on 3rd-and-12. Baltimore 7, New England 3.

NE_Mac.Jones 3 run (Folk kick), 5:58. Drive: 6 plays, 32 yards, 2:14. Key Plays: Jo.Jones 15 interception return to Baltimore 32; Stevenson 16 run. New England 10, Baltimore 7.

Bal_M.Andrews 16 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), :30. Drive: 10 plays, 75 yards, 5:28. Key Plays: Jackson 17 run; Jackson 11 pass to Dobbins; Hill 11 run; Jackson 11 run. Baltimore 14, New England 10.

NE_FG Folk 50, :00. Drive: 6 plays, 43 yards, 00:30. Key Plays: Mac.Jones 11 pass to Stevenson; Mac.Jones 22 pass to Bourne; Mac.Jones 10 pass to Bourne. Baltimore 14, New England 13.

Third Quarter

NE_D.Harris 2 run (Folk kick), 12:14. Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 2:46. Key Plays: Mac.Jones 36 pass to Parker; D.Harris 10 run; Mac.Jones 25 pass to Parker. New England 20, Baltimore 14.

Bal_Oliver 1 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 8:39. Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 3:35. Key Plays: Jackson 21 pass to Duvernay on 3rd-and-5; Hill 34 run. Baltimore 21, New England 20.

Bal_Duvernay 4 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 4:41. Drive: 4 plays, 44 yards, 1:37. Key Play: Jackson 38 run. Baltimore 28, New England 20.

Bal_FG Tucker 56, 2:33. Drive: 4 plays, 5 yards, 1:31. Key Play: Bynes 0 interception return to New England 43. Baltimore 31, New England 20.

Fourth Quarter

NE_Stevenson 1 run (pass failed), 12:39. Drive: 10 plays, 75 yards, 4:54. Key Plays: Stevenson 18 run; Mac.Jones 24 pass to Parker; Mac.Jones 8 run on 3rd-and-9; Mac.Jones 8 pass to Smith on 4th-and-1. Baltimore 31, New England 26.

Bal_Jackson 9 run (kick failed), 3:00. Drive: 7 plays, 73 yards, 2:35. Key Plays: Jackson 35 pass to Bateman; Jackson 20 run. Baltimore 37, New England 26.

A_65,878.

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Bal NE
FIRST DOWNS 19 22
Rushing 8 10
Passing 11 12
Penalty 0 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 5-11 2-9
FOURTH DOWN EFF 0-0 1-2
TOTAL NET YARDS 394 447
Total Plays 59 63
Avg Gain 6.7 7.1
NET YARDS RUSHING 188 145
Rushes 26 28
Avg per rush 7.231 5.179
NET YARDS PASSING 206 302
Sacked-Yds lost 4-12 3-19
Gross-Yds passing 218 321
Completed-Att. 18-29 22-32
Had Intercepted 1 3
Yards-Pass Play 6.242 8.629
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 7-6-5 5-5-4
PUNTS-Avg. 3-44.333 2-50.0
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 88 73
Punt Returns 2-55 2-13
Kickoff Returns 1-25 2-45
Interceptions 3-8 1-15
PENALTIES-Yds 2-10 3-16
FUMBLES-Lost 1-1 3-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 30:36 29:24

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Baltimore, Jackson 11-107, Hill 6-60, Dobbins 7-23, Duvernay 2-(minus 2). New England, Stevenson 12-73, D.Harris 11-41, Mac.Jones 5-31.

PASSING_Baltimore, Jackson 18-29-1-218. New England, Mac.Jones 22-32-3-321.

RECEIVING_Baltimore, Andrews 8-89, Bateman 2-59, Duvernay 2-25, Dobbins 2-17, Oliver 2-8, Ricard 1-12, Likely 1-8. New England, Parker 5-156, Bourne 4-58, Stevenson 4-28, Smith 4-25, Agholor 2-41, D.Harris 2-5, Henry 1-8.

PUNT RETURNS_Baltimore, Duvernay 2-55. New England, Bryant 2-13.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Baltimore, Duvernay 1-25. New England, Mar.Jones 2-45.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Baltimore, Bynes 8-2-0, Clark 6-3-0, Humphrey 5-0-0, Queen 4-1-1, M.Williams 4-1-0, Oweh 3-2-0, B.Washington 3-1-0, Campbell 2-2-0, Madubuike 2-1-1, Hamilton 2-0-0, Copeland 1-0-1, Armour-Davis 1-0-0, Peters 1-0-0, Ricard 1-0-0, Stephens 1-0-0, D.Williams 1-0-0, Bateman 0-1-0, Harrison 0-1-0, Powers 0-1-0. New England, McCourty 7-1-0, Wise 5-1-3, Peppers 5-1-0, Phillips 3-4-0, Jo.Jones 3-1-0, Barmore 3-0-0, Bentley 2-2-0, Mills 2-0-0, Wilson 1-3-0, Godchaux 1-2-0, Judon 1-0-1, Ekuale 1-0-0, Parker 1-0-0, Bryant 0-1-0, Guy 0-1-0, Tavai 0-1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Baltimore, Peters 1-8, Bynes 1-0, Humphrey 1-0. New England, Jo.Jones 1-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Bill Vinovich, Ump Alex Moore, HL Jerry Bergman, LJ Mark Perlman, FJ Joe Blubaugh, SJ Jimmy Buchanan, BJ Jimmy Russell, Replay Mark Butterworth.

Baltimore 37, New England 26

3.6h ago 9/25/2022 4:18 PM ET

Teams: BAL NE

Baltimore 7 7 17 6 37
New England 0 13 7 6 26
First Quarter

Bal_M.Andrews 5 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 4:09.

Second Quarter

NE_FG Folk 35, 14:57.

NE_Mac.Jones 3 run (Folk kick), 5:58.

Bal_M.Andrews 16 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), :30.

NE_FG Folk 50, :00.

Third Quarter

NE_D.Harris 2 run (Folk kick), 12:14.

Bal_Oliver 1 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 8:39.

Bal_Duvernay 4 pass from Jackson (Tucker kick), 4:41.

Bal_FG Tucker 56, 2:33.

Fourth Quarter

NE_Stevenson 1 run (pass failed), 12:39.

Bal_Jackson 9 run (kick failed), 3:00.

A_65,878.

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Bal NE
First downs 19 22
Total Net Yards 394 447
Rushes-yards 26-188 28-145
Passing 206 302
Punt Returns 2-55 2-13
Kickoff Returns 1-25 2-45
Interceptions Ret. 3-8 1-15
Comp-Att-Int 18-29-1 22-32-3
Sacked-Yards Lost 4-12 3-19
Punts 3-44.333 2-50.0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1
Penalties-Yards 2-10 3-16
Time of Possession 30:36 29:24

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Baltimore, Jackson 11-107, Hill 6-60, Dobbins 7-23, Duvernay 2-(minus 2). New England, Stevenson 12-73, D.Harris 11-41, Mac.Jones 5-31.

PASSING_Baltimore, Jackson 18-29-1-218. New England, Mac.Jones 22-32-3-321.

RECEIVING_Baltimore, Andrews 8-89, Bateman 2-59, Duvernay 2-25, Dobbins 2-17, Oliver 2-8, Ricard 1-12, Likely 1-8. New England, Parker 5-156, Bourne 4-58, Stevenson 4-28, Smith 4-25, Agholor 2-41, D.Harris 2-5, Henry 1-8.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Packers' Bakhtiari active, Beasley set to make Bucs debut

3.7h ago 9/25/2022 4:08 PM ET TAMPA, Fla.

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari is active for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay, while veteran wide receiver Cole Beasley appears to be in line to make his debut for the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Bakhtiari will be appearing in just his second game since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Dec. 31, 2020. He returned to play part of the Packers’ 2021 regular-season finale at Detroit, but wasn’t available for their playoff loss to the 49ers and sat out Green Bay's first two games this season.

The two-time All-Pro has undergone three procedures on his knee since the original injury.

With Mike Evans serving a one-game suspension for his role in an on-field brawl at New Orleans and two of Tom Brady’s other primary receivers — Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) inactive for the second straight week because of injuries, Beasley has been promoted from the practice squad to Tampa Bay's active roster to face the Packers.

The 33-year-old Beasley, signed to the practice squad last Tuesday, has 550 receptions over 10 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills.

Bucs left tackle Donovan Smith (elbow) is also inactive for the second game in a row. Rookie receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) is out for the Packers.

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Chicago 23, Houston 20

3.7h ago 9/25/2022 4:08 PM ET

Teams: HOU

Houston 7 7 6 0 20
Chicago 10 3 7 3 23
First Quarter

Chi_FG Santos 47, 11:22. Drive: 10 plays, 45 yards, 3:38. Key Plays: Fields 11 pass to Pringle; Fields 29 run on 3rd-and-9; Montgomery 5 run on 3rd-and-10. Chicago 3, Houston 0.

Chi_Herbert 11 run (Santos kick), 6:45. Drive: 6 plays, 81 yards, 3:16. Key Plays: St. Brown 41 run; Herbert 11 run. Chicago 10, Houston 0.

Hou_Akins 4 pass from Mills (Fairbairn kick), 3:40. Drive: 8 plays, 73 yards, 3:05. Key Play: Mills 52 pass to Moore on 3rd-and-7. Chicago 10, Houston 7.

Second Quarter

Hou_Pierce 1 run (Fairbairn kick), 7:32. Drive: 4 plays, 41 yards, 2:07. Key Play: Pierce 24 run. Houston 14, Chicago 10.

Chi_FG Santos 50, 1:48. Drive: 13 plays, 55 yards, 5:44. Key Plays: Ebner kick return to Chicago 18; Fields 7 run on 3rd-and-4; Fields 24 pass to Kmet on 3rd-and-5. Houston 14, Chicago 13.

Third Quarter

Hou_FG Fairbairn 39, 11:25. Drive: 8 plays, 54 yards, 3:35. Key Plays: Mills 12 pass to Pierce; Mills 25 pass to Akins; Mills 6 pass to Brown on 3rd-and-8. Houston 17, Chicago 13.

Chi_Herbert 1 run (Santos kick), 8:21. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 3:00. Key Plays: Herbert 52 run; Fields 20 pass to St. Brown. Chicago 20, Houston 17.

Hou_FG Fairbairn 23, :54. Drive: 15 plays, 70 yards, 7:31. Key Plays: Stewart 3 run on 4th-and-1; Mills 22 pass to N.Collins; Mills 15 pass to Dorsett on 3rd-and-7. Houston 20, Chicago 20.

Fourth Quarter

Chi_FG Santos 30, :00. Drive: 4 plays, 0 yards, 1:05. Key Play: R.Smith 18 interception return to Houston 12. Chicago 23, Houston 20.

A_60,592.

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Hou Chi
FIRST DOWNS 17 17
Rushing 6 12
Passing 9 5
Penalty 2 0
THIRD DOWN EFF 3-12 6-14
FOURTH DOWN EFF 1-1 0-0
TOTAL NET YARDS 329 363
Total Plays 57 62
Avg Gain 5.8 5.9
NET YARDS RUSHING 92 281
Rushes 24 40
Avg per rush 3.833 7.025
NET YARDS PASSING 237 82
Sacked-Yds lost 1-8 5-24
Gross-Yds passing 245 106
Completed-Att. 20-32 8-17
Had Intercepted 2 2
Yards-Pass Play 7.182 3.727
KICKOFFS-EndZone-TB 5-2-2 5-5-5
PUNTS-Avg. 5-48.4 4-45.5
Punts blocked 0 0
FGs-PATs blocked 0-0 0-0
TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE 54 71
Punt Returns 1-31 2-1
Kickoff Returns 0-0 3-52
Interceptions 2-23 2-18
PENALTIES-Yds 3-25 6-32
FUMBLES-Lost 3-0 2-0
TIME OF POSSESSION 28:38 31:22

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Houston, Pierce 20-80, Burkhead 3-9, Stewart 1-3. Chicago, Herbert 20-157, Fields 8-47, St. Brown 2-43, Ebner 7-23, Montgomery 3-11.

PASSING_Houston, Mills 20-32-2-245. Chicago, Fields 8-17-2-106.

RECEIVING_Houston, Burkhead 4-21, Moore 3-63, Akins 3-31, Brown 3-31, N.Collins 2-41, Cooks 2-22, Pierce 2-21, Dorsett 1-15. Chicago, Kmet 2-40, Mooney 2-23, Herbert 2-12, St. Brown 1-20, Pringle 1-11.

PUNT RETURNS_Houston, King 1-31. Chicago, Pettis 2-1.

KICKOFF RETURNS_Houston, None. Chicago, Ebner 3-52.

TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS_Houston, King 7-0-0, Owens 6-5-0, Pitre 5-3-1, R.Green 5-2-.5, Kirksey 4-3-0, Hughes 3-1-2, Stingley 3-0-1, Nelson 2-3-0, Grugier-Hill 2-1-0, Greenard 1-1-.5, Lopez 1-1-0, Okoronkwo 1-1-0, M.Collins 1-0-0, Mills 1-0-0. Chicago, Smith 6-10-0, E.Jackson 5-3-0, Brisker 4-2-0, Morrow 3-3-0, Vildor 3-2-0, J.Thomas 2-3-0, Gordon 2-2-0, Ju.Jones 2-0-1, Blackson 1-1-0, Ja.Jones 1-1-0, Watts 1-1-0, Herbert 1-0-0, Quinn 1-0-0, Muhammad 0-4-0.

INTERCEPTIONS_Houston, Pitre 2-23. Chicago, Smith 1-18, E.Jackson 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

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OFFICIALS_Referee Clete Blakeman, Ump Tab Slaughter, HL Dana McKenzie, LJ Julian Mapp, FJ Terry Brown, SJ Lo Van Pham, BJ Perry Paganelli, Replay Chad Adams.

Chicago 23, Houston 20

3.7h ago 9/25/2022 4:08 PM ET

Teams: CHI HOU

Houston 7 7 6 0 20
Chicago 10 3 7 3 23
First Quarter

Chi_FG Santos 47, 11:22.

Chi_Herbert 11 run (Santos kick), 6:45.

Hou_Akins 4 pass from Mills (Fairbairn kick), 3:40.

Second Quarter

Hou_Pierce 1 run (Fairbairn kick), 7:32.

Chi_FG Santos 50, 1:48.

Third Quarter

Hou_FG Fairbairn 39, 11:25.

Chi_Herbert 1 run (Santos kick), 8:21.

Hou_FG Fairbairn 23, :54.

Fourth Quarter

Chi_FG Santos 30, :00.

A_60,592.

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Hou Chi
First downs 17 17
Total Net Yards 329 363
Rushes-yards 24-92 40-281
Passing 237 82
Punt Returns 1-31 2-1
Kickoff Returns 0-0 3-52
Interceptions Ret. 2-23 2-18
Comp-Att-Int 20-32-2 8-17-2
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 5-24
Punts 5-48.4 4-45.5
Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-0
Penalties-Yards 3-25 6-32
Time of Possession 28:38 31:22

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Houston, Pierce 20-80, Burkhead 3-9, Stewart 1-3. Chicago, Herbert 20-157, Fields 8-47, St. Brown 2-43, Ebner 7-23, Montgomery 3-11.

PASSING_Houston, Mills 20-32-2-245. Chicago, Fields 8-17-2-106.

RECEIVING_Houston, Burkhead 4-21, Moore 3-63, Akins 3-31, Brown 3-31, N.Collins 2-41, Cooks 2-22, Pierce 2-21, Dorsett 1-15. Chicago, Kmet 2-40, Mooney 2-23, Herbert 2-12, St. Brown 1-20, Pringle 1-11.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

Vikings' Cook out with injured shoulder on fumble vs. Lions

3.9h ago 9/25/2022 3:58 PM ET MINNEAPOLIS

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook injured his shoulder late in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions on Sunday and was ruled out for the remainder of the game.

Cook had 17 carries for a season-high 96 yards and his first touchdown of the year, but on a first-down run near midfield he ran into the back of his left guard Ezra Cleveland and had the ball fly out of his arms and recovered by the Lions.

Whether Cook was hurt in the collision or in the pile during the scrum for the fumble was unclear, but he immediately grabbed his left arm in pain and jogged off the field for further examination.

Alexander Mattison took over for Cook and scored on a short run midway through the fourth quarter that brought the Vikings within 24-21 on their way to a 28-24 comeback victory.

Cook has had shoulder injuries in the past, forcing him to sit out one game in 2021 and two games in 2019. He has never missed fewer than two games in any of his first five years in the NFL.

Afterward, Cook told coach Kevin O'Connell he planned to play next week in London against New Orleans, and O'Connell expressed optimism about Cook's status.

“We should have some time to hopefully get him turned over," O'Connell said.

Mattison, who had seven carries for 28 yards and one catch for 16 yards, gave Cook a pat on the shoulder pads as he took the field for the decisive drive and Cook looked on from the bench.

“You can’t break him,” Mattison said. "He’s one of those guys that just pushes through everything in life that way — strong-minded, strong-willed.”

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Rihanna to headline the next Super Bowl halftime show

4.1h ago 9/25/2022 3:48 PM ET By JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer NEW YORK

NEW YORK (AP) — Rihanna will take center stage at February's Super Bowl halftime show.

The singer, who declined to perform in the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show out of solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, will headline the 2023 Super Bowl, the NFL announced Sunday along with Jay-Z's Roc Nation and Apple Music. Rihanna posted an image on Instagram of an arm outstretched holding an NFL football.

“Rihanna is a generational talent, a woman of humble beginnings who has surpassed expectations at every turn," said Jay-Z, whose Roc Nation is an executive producer of the show, in a statement. “A person born on the small island of Barbados who became one of the most prominent artists ever. Self-made in business and entertainment.”

The Super Bowl will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 12. After years of Pepsi's sponsorship, the upcoming halftime show will be sponsored by Apple Music.

Rihanna earlier said she turned down a similar opportunity for the 2019 Super Bowl that was ultimately headlined by Maroon 5. At the time, many artists voiced support for Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who protested police brutality against Black people and minorities by kneeling during the national anthem in 2016.

“I couldn’t dare do that. For what?” Rihanna told Vogue in 2019. “Who gains from that? Not my people. I just couldn’t be a sellout. I couldn’t be an enabler. There’s things within that organization that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way," she said of the league.

Kaepernick accused the NFL of colluding to keep him out of the league in a case that was eventually settled in early 2019.

In 2019, the NFL partnered with Roc Nation (which manages Rihanna) to help pick performers for the Super Bowl and strategize on the halftime show. The widely acclaimed 2022 halftime show featured Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige.

With sales of more than 250 million records worldwide, Rihanna ranks as one of the best-selling female artists ever. Her last album was 2016's “Anti.” Rihanna last performed publicly at the Grammy Awards in 2018.

In the years since, Rihanna has occasionally teased her music return. Earlier this year, she had her first child with the rapper ASAP Rocky.

Justin Herbert starts for Chargers despite rib injury

4.7h ago 9/25/2022 3:08 PM ET By JOE REEDY, AP Sports Writer INGLEWOOD, Calif.

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Quarterback Justin Herbert started for the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars after being questionable all week due to a rib injury.

Herbert fractured rib cartilage on a hard hit from Kansas City defensive lineman Michael Danna during the fourth quarter of a game Sept. 15. He has 35 consecutive regular-season starts, seventh among active quarterbacks, according to Sportradar.

The Chargers took over on the LA 40-yard line after the Jaguars turned it over on downs on their opening series. Herbert was 1 of 2 for 4 yards, with his first pass being a screen to Austin Ekeler.

The third-year quarterback was limited in practice Wednesday and went through most of his usual workload on Thursday before sitting out Friday.

This is Herbert’s first significant injury since being the sixth overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft. He broke his femur as a junior in high school in 2014 and then had a broken collarbone three years later at Oregon.

Backup quarterback Chase Daniel has five career starts, most recently in 2019 for the Chicago Bears in a Week 5 game against the Raiders. He has a 2-3 record as a starter.

The Chargers have all three quarterbacks active for the first time since Week 2 against Kansas City in 2020.

Tyrod Taylor suffered a rib injury during the Chargers’ opening win in Cincinnati that season. A team doctor then punctured Taylor’s lung while giving him a pain-killing injection before the game against the Chiefs. Taylor went to the hospital, and Herbert found out he was getting his first NFL start less than a minute before kickoff.

Herbert isn't the only significant injury for the Chargers as they face the Jaguars in a matchup of 1-1 teams. Center Corey Linsley (knee), cornerback JC Jackson (ankle), wide receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) and tight end Donald Parham (hamstring) are inactive.

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Dolphins' Tagovailoa injures back, hits head, stumbles, wins

5.1h ago 9/25/2022 2:47 PM ET By TIM REYNOLDS, AP Sports Writer MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Tua Tagovailoa hit his head. Turns out, his back was the bigger issue.

Either way, he was cleared to return and played through it all.

Tagovailoa briefly left Sunday's 21-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills, returning despite appearing to be disoriented by what the team originally said was a head injury. He missed Miami's last three snaps of the first half, then returned and played the rest of the way as the Dolphins became the AFC's last unbeaten team by knocking off the Bills.

“I was kind of with everyone else. When he hit his head on the ground, I assumed it was a head injury," Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said. “But his legs got wobbly because his lower back was completely loose. And as he described it, he said his lower back was like Gumby or something."

Tagovailoa completed 13 of 18 passes for 186 yards and a touchdown for the Dolphins. Where his day nearly went awry wasn't on a late hit by Buffalo's Matt Milano, he says, but rather on a play earlier where Tagovailoa got bent awkwardly.

“I kind of got my legs caught under someone and they were trying to push back and it kind of felt like I hyperextended my back or something," Tagovailoa said. “Then on the next play, I kind of hit my back, it kind of hurt, and I got up and that's why I stumbled — my back kind of locked up on me."

Tagovailoa's return raised some questions. A person with knowledge of the matter said after the game that there will be a joint review by the NFL and the National Football League Players Association of what went into the decision to allow Tagovailoa to return to the game. The person spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press because that probe was not revealed publicly.

By NFL rule, those in-game evaluations when concussions are suspected involve not just team medical personnel but also an unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant.

Tagovailoa wasn't the only quarterback banged up during the Bills-Dolphins game, one played in 90-degree heat that felt even hotter when factoring in 57% humidity. Buffalo's Josh Allen needed an X-ray after the game on his right hand, after he hit it on a helmet or face mask — he wasn't sure — in the final moments.

Allen didn't have any protection on his hand after emerging from the X-ray room.

“I'm fine," he insisted, after a 42-for-63, 400-yard, two-touchdown day.

Tagovailoa was facing a third-and-3 play from the Miami 21 late in the half when he scrambled and found Jaylen Waddle for an 8-yard gain. After releasing the ball, Tagovailoa got hit — a two-hand push in the chest — by Milano, who was flagged for roughing the passer.

Tagovailoa fell backward, the back of his helmet bouncing off the grass. He remained down for a few seconds, then rolled to his feet, jogged forward a few steps and stumbled to the ground again briefly.

A pair of offensive linemen held him up at that point, ensuring he wouldn’t fall again, and Dolphins’ medical personnel ran onto the field to check him further. They walked him off the field, directly into the tunnel leading to the Miami locker room area.

“I'm good," Tagovailoa said. “Passed whatever concussion protocol they had, so I'm good."

Tagovailoa was replaced by Teddy Bridgewater for the three plays he missed. Bridgewater attempted two passes, both falling incomplete.

On the first play of the second half, Tagovailoa found Tyreek Hill for a 22-yard gain and showed no ill effects from the hit. And when the Dolphins got the go-ahead score on a run by Chase Edmonds midway through the fourth quarter, Tagovailoa leaped into the air — again, not looking too limited.

He wore a wrap around his back after the game and will likely face tons of treatment in the days ahead. It's a short week for Miami, which plays at Cincinnati on Thursday.

“You enjoy it now, but it's a quick turnaround, so you've got to move on quick," Tagovailoa said. “For me, I'm just worried about getting my back right."

He also said he would be getting some testing on his back.

“I don't want to say that I'm a genie and I'm going to feel good tomorrow," he said. “We'll see. We'll go get some tests and then we'll come back tomorrow."

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Patriots K Folk makes 57th straight FG from inside 50 yards

5.6h ago 9/25/2022 2:17 PM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass.

Teams: BAL NE

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — New England Patriots kicker Nick Folk made a 35-yard field goal in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens that was his 57th in a row from inside 50 yards — an NFL record.

Folk hasn’t missed from inside 50 since the 2020 season opener against Miami.

The kick cut the Baltimore lead to 7-3 and broke the record that Ryan Succop set with Tennessee from 2014-17.

Folk made one of two field-goal attempts in the first two games, missing from 52 yards against Pittsburgh last week.

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Bears RB Montgomery, WR Pringle depart with injuries

5.7h ago 9/25/2022 2:07 PM ET CHICAGO

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery and wide receiver Byron Pringle left Sunday's game against Houston because of injuries.

Both players got hurt in the first quarter, and the Bears said their return is doubtful.

Montgomery's right leg got twisted under him while he was blocking on a pass play. He walked off under his own power, and the team said he had an ankle/knee injury.

Montgomery rushed for 122 yards in last weekend's 27-10 loss at Green Bay.

It was unclear how Pringle got hurt. The team said he had a calf injury.

Pringle had an 11-yard reception before leaving the game.

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Cowboys' Gallup, Giants' Thibodeaux, Ojulari ready to help

5.9h ago 9/25/2022 1:57 PM ET By TOM CANAVAN, AP Sports Writer EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Help may be on the way for the somewhat undermanned Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants heading into their NFC East showdown on Monday night.

Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup and Giants outside linebackers Azeez Ojulari and Kayvon Thibodeaux seemingly are ready to make their 2022 debuts after missing the opening two games.

All three were projected starters, but injuries have had them inactive on game days.

“Nobody wants to be on the sideline, but I think that’s the part of team sports; you’ve really got to be humble,” said Thibodeaux, the No. 5 overall pick in the draft. “I can’t win a game, and I can’t lose a game. All I can do is contribute to the outcome. So, for me, even when I’m not on the field, (it’s) figuring out how I can contribute to the guys I’m playing with."

Those days seemingly are over. All three players took team reps in practice this week and are expected to play even though they have been listed as questionable.

Gallup has been rehabbing a torn ACL from late last season. Ojulari started camp on PUP with a non-football related hamstring injury and then hurt a calf before their preseason finale.

Thibodeaux sprained his knee on Aug. 21 in a preseason game against Cincinnati.

Both teams could use the reinforcements.

Dallas (1-1) will be without quarterback Dak Prescott, starting left guard Connor McGovern and possibly tight end Dalton Schultz, who hurt a knee last weekend and practiced on Friday on a limited basis. He is questionable, but less likely to play.

Gallup would give the Cowboys the ability to help stretch the field in the passing game.

Cooper Rush, who threw for 235 yards and a touchdown in his first start replacing Prescott, said it's awesome to have Gallup back.

“You kinda forget how big he is,” Rush said. “He walks in the huddle and you’re like, Oh 13 is back in the huddle. Looks good out there. Made a few plays today. I mean seems to me he’ll be working his way in. But I think we’re all happy where he’s at.”

Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said Gallup won't be an every-down player, but one who will get situational use coming off the injury.

The Cowboys also have concerns about linebacker Micah Parsons' availability. He's expected to play as Dallas goes for its 10th win in 11 games against New York.

The surprising Giants (2-0) probably will not have top defensive lineman Leonard Williams. He hurt a knee in the win over Carolina last weekend and his streak of 21 consecutive starts for the Giants is in danger after not practicing this week. He has not missed a game in his eight years in the NFL.

When he went down in the third quarter, the Giants used a defensive formation went featured two linemen and combination of linebackers and cornerbacks.

Ojulari and Thibodeaux are edge rushers who are strong enough to play the run, so they would help fill the hole up front.

"I hope so,” said coach Brian Daboll, who is looking to lead New York to its first 3-0 start since 2009. “I’m happy for the players that they’re getting better. I’ve been hopeful the last couple of weeks. They’re two good players for us. You’d like to have every player you can available. So, I’m excited if they’re ready to go. It’ll be good to have them out there.”

Cornerback Aaron Robinson (appendix) and receiver Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) are going to be sidelined for the second straight week.

The game will be a chance for the Giants to show they have started to turn things around after five straight losing seasons. For the defending NFC East champion Cowboys, this game means not falling behind a division foe by two games just three into the season.

“This is an important game,” McCarthy said. “It’s a division game. It’s our first division game. It’s ‘Monday Night Football.’”

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Los Angeles Rams

9.6h ago 9/25/2022 10:18 AM ET

Teams: LAR

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Stafford 77 56 72.7 512 6.65 4 5.2 5 6.5 29 80.7
TEAM 77 56 72.7 463 6.65 4 5.2 5 6.5 29 80.7
OPPONENTS 57 43 75.4 463 8.65 5 8.8 4 7.0 53t 101.0

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Henderson 23 94 4.1 18 1
Akers 18 44 2.4 8 0
Stafford 1 2 2.0 2 0
Powell 2 -23 -11.5 3 0
TEAM 44 117 2.7 18 1
OPPONENTS 52 211 4.1 13 1

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Kupp 24 236 9.8 28 3
Higbee 12 110 9.2 18 0
Skowronek 6 41 6.8 12 0
Henderson 5 26 5.2 10 0
Al.Robinson 5 65 13.0 29 1
Akers 2 18 9.0 10 0
Powell 2 16 8.0 10 0
TEAM 56 512 9.1 29 4
OPPONENTS 43 493 11.5 53t 5

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Durant 1 51 51.0 51 0
Ramsey 1 25 25.0 25 0
Hill 1 5 5.0 5 0
Lewis 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 4 81 20.2 51 0
OPPONENTS 5 50 10.0 21 0

SACKS NO.
Wagner 2.0
Donald 1.0
Durant 1.0
Hollins 1.0
TEAM 5.0
OPPONENTS 8.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Dixon 4 180 45.0 40.0 2 57 1
TEAM 4 180 45.0 40.0 2 57 1
OPPONENTS 1 44 44.0 45.0 0 44 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Powell 1 0 -1 -1.0 -1 0
TEAM 1 0 -1 -1.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 20 20.0 20 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Powell 5 82 16.4 21 0
TEAM 5 82 16.4 21 0
OPPONENTS 1 27 27.0 27 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Donald 0 0 1
Floyd 0 0 1
Hollins 0 0 1
Kupp 1 0 0
Stafford 1 1 0
TEAM 2 1 3
OPPONENTS 4 1 1

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 7 24 7 3 0 41
OPPONENTS 7 6 14 31 0 58

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Kupp 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Gay 0 0 0 0 5 5 2 2 57 0 11
Henderson 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Al.Robinson 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 5 1 4 0 5 5 2 2 57 0 36
OPPONENTS 8 1 5 0 6 6 2 3 41 1 56

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Gay 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1
TEAM 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 1/ 2 0/ 0

2022 Seattle Seahawks Roster

9.6h ago 9/25/2022 10:18 AM ET

Head Coach: Pete Carroll
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Dee Eskridge WR 5-9 190 03-23-1997 1 Western Michigan
2 Drew Lock QB 6-4 228 11-10-1996 3 Missouri
4 Michael Dickson P 6-2 208 01-04-1996 4 Texas
5 Jason Myers K 5-10 190 05-12-1991 7 Marist
6 Quandre Diggs FS 5-9 197 01-22-1993 7 Texas
7 Geno Smith QB 6-3 221 10-10-1990 9 West Virginia
8 Coby Bryant CB 6-1 193 03-29-1999 0 Cincinnati
9 Kenneth Walker III RB 5-9 211 10-20-2000 0 Michigan State
10 Uchenna Nwosu LB 6-2 251 12-28-1996 4 USC
11 Marquise Goodwin WR 5-9 183 11-19-1990 9 Texas
13 Josh Jones SAF 6-1 220 09-20-1994 5 North Carolina State
14 DK Metcalf WR 6-4 235 12-14-1997 3 Ole Miss
15 Cody Thompson WR 6-2 205 01-11-1996 3 Toledo
16 Tyler Lockett WR 5-10 182 09-28-1992 7 Kansas State
17 Sean Mannion QB 6-6 230 04-25-1992 7 Oregon State
19 Penny Hart WR 5-8 180 07-05-1996 3 Georgia State
20 Rashaad Penny RB 5-11 220 02-02-1996 4 San Diego State
21 Artie Burns CB 6-0 187 05-01-1995 6 Miami (FL)
22 Tre Brown CB 5-10 185 09-24-1997 1 Oklahoma
23 Sidney Jones IV CB 6-0 186 05-21-1996 5 Washington
24 Isaiah Dunn CB 6-0 193 01-31-1999 1 Oregon State
25 Travis Homer RB 5-10 202 08-07-1998 3 Miami (FL)
26 Ryan Neal SS 6-3 200 12-24-1995 4 Southern Illinois
27 Tariq Woolen CB 6-4 210 05-02-1999 0 UTSA
28 Justin Coleman CB 5-11 190 03-27-1993 7 Tennessee
29 John Reid CB 5-10 187 05-15-1996 2 Penn State
30 Michael Jackson CB 6-1 210 01-10-1997 3 Miami (FL)
31 DeeJay Dallas RB 5-10 214 09-16-1998 2 Miami (FL)
32 Quandre Mosely CB 6-2 195 05-18-1999 0 Kentucky
33 Jamal Adams SS 6-1 213 10-17-1995 5 LSU
34 Josh Johnson RB 5-9 209 12-26-1997 1 Louisiana-Monroe
35 Joey Blount FS 6-1 201 11-16-1998 0 Virginia
36 Darwin Thompson RB 5-8 200 02-12-1997 3 Utah State
37 Xavier Crawford CB 5-11 185 12-10-1995 3 Central Michigan
39 Teez Tabor SAF 6-0 201 12-31-1995 5 Florida
40 Darryl Johnson DE 6-6 253 04-04-1997 3 North Carolina A&T
41 Scott Nelson SS 6-2 203 07-20-1999 0 Wisconsin
43 Aaron Donkor LB 6-1 240 03-21-1995 1 Arkansas State
44 Nick Bellore LB 6-1 250 05-12-1989 11 Central Michigan
46 Carson Tinker LS 6-0 233 11-15-1989 9 Alabama
48 Christian Jones LB 6-3 240 02-18-1991 8 Florida State
49 Joshua Onujiogu LB 6-2 252 03-03-1998 0 Framingham State
50 Vi Jones LB 6-2 225 05-05-1998 0 North Carolina State
52 Darrell Taylor LB 6-4 267 03-24-1997 2 Tennessee
53 Boye Mafe LB 6-4 261 11-30-1998 0 Minnesota
55 Ben Burr-Kirven LB 6-0 230 09-08-1997 3 Washington
56 Jordyn Brooks LB 6-0 240 10-21-1997 2 Texas Tech
57 Cody Barton LB 6-2 237 11-13-1996 3 Utah
58 Tanner Muse LB 6-2 227 09-06-1996 2 Clemson
59 Jon Rhattigan LB 6-0 236 02-02-1999 1 Army
60 Phil Haynes G 6-4 322 10-19-1995 3 Wake Forest
61 Kyle Fuller C 6-5 320 03-04-1994 5 Baylor
63 Austin Blythe G 6-2 298 06-16-1992 6 Iowa
66 Gabe Jackson G 6-3 335 07-12-1991 8 Mississippi State
67 Charles Cross T 6-5 311 11-25-2000 0 Mississippi State
68 Damien Lewis G 6-2 327 03-21-1997 2 LSU
69 Tyler Ott LS 6-3 253 02-28-1992 8 Harvard
70 Liam Ryan T 6-5 304 10-29-1997 2022 Washington State
72 Abraham Lucas T 6-6 322 10-25-1998 0 Washington State
74 Jake Curhan T 6-6 316 07-09-1998 1 California
75 Greg Eiland T 6-8 321 02-01-1998 1 Mississippi State
76 Jalen McKenzie T 6-5 315 07-10-1999 0 USC
77 Quinton Jefferson DE 6-4 291 03-31-1993 6 Maryland
78 Stone Forsythe T 6-8 307 12-29-1997 1 Florida
81 Bo Melton WR 5-11 191 05-18-1999 2022 Rutgers
82 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR 6-2 225 12-31-1996 3 Stanford
83 Dareke Young WR 6-2 224 06-04-1999 0 Lenoir-Rhyne
84 Colby Parkinson TE 6-7 251 01-08-1999 2 Stanford
85 Tyler Mabry TE 6-3 247 11-21-1996 2 Maryland
87 Noah Fant TE 6-4 249 11-20-1997 3 Iowa
88 Cade Johnson WR 5-10 184 04-10-1998 1 South Dakota State
89 Will Dissly TE 6-4 265 07-08-1996 4 Washington
90 Bryan Mone DT 6-3 345 10-20-1995 3 Michigan
91 L.J. Collier DE 6-2 291 09-12-1995 3 TCU
92 Tyreke Smith LB 6-3 255 02-14-2000 2022 Ohio State
93 Shelby Harris DE 6-2 288 08-11-1991 8 Illinois State
94 Jabari Zuniga DE 6-3 264 08-14-1997 2 Florida
95 Myles Adams DT 6-2 290 03-09-1998 2 Rice
97 Poona Ford DT 5-11 310 11-19-1995 4 Texas
98 Alton Robinson LB 6-3 259 06-02-1998 2 Syracuse
99 Al Woods DT 6-4 330 03-25-1987 12 LSU
Seattle Seahawks

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Teams: SEA

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Smith 58 47 81.0 392 6.76 2 3.4 1 1.7 38t 99.1
Dallas 1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 100.0 0 0
TEAM 59 47 79.7 357 6.64 2 3.4 2 3.4 38t 91.5
OPPONENTS 66 44 66.7 514 7.94 2 3.0 0 0.0 67t 100.8

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Penny 18 75 4.2 26 0
Smith 8 16 2.0 14 0
Homer 3 11 3.7 5 0
Walker 4 10 2.5 8 0
TEAM 33 112 3.4 26 0
OPPONENTS 65 292 4.5 51 2

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Lockett 12 135 11.3 27 0
Metcalf 11 71 6.5 15 0
Dissly 5 43 8.6 38t 1
Fant 5 27 5.4 13 0
Homer 4 33 8.3 17 0
Eskridge 2 6 3.0 6 0
Goodwin 2 22 11.0 16 0
Parkinson 2 43 21.5 25t 1
Penny 2 7 3.5 4 0
Walker 2 5 2.5 3 0
TEAM 47 392 8.3 38t 2
OPPONENTS 44 524 11.9 67t 2

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
TEAM 0 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 2 23 11.5 14 0

SACKS NO.
Barton 1.0
Mafe 1.0
Nwosu 1.0
TEAM 3.0
OPPONENTS 4.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Dickson 7 350 50.0 46.3 1 54 0
TEAM 7 350 50.0 46.3 1 54 0
OPPONENTS 4 168 42.0 42.5 3 47 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Crawford 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Lockett 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 4 0 26 6.5 14 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Dallas 6 123 20.5 30 0
TEAM 6 123 20.5 30 0
OPPONENTS 3 51 17.0 21 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Blythe 0 1 0
Crawford 1 0 0
Cross 0 1 0
M.Jackson 0 0 2
Metcalf 1 0 0
Penny 1 0 0
Smith 1 0 0
TEAM 4 2 2
OPPONENTS 4 2 2

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 7 10 7 0 0 24
OPPONENTS 9 24 0 10 0 43

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
M.Jackson 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Dissly 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Myers 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 49 0 6
Parkinson 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 4 0 2 0 3 3 1 1 49 0 27
OPPONENTS 4 2 2 0 4 4 5 7 40 0 39

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Myers 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 2/ 3 2/ 2 1/ 1 0/ 1

2022 Washington Commanders Roster

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Head Coach: Ron Rivera
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Jahan Dotson WR 5-11 182 03-22-2000 0 Penn State
2 Dyami Brown WR 6-0 195 11-01-1999 1 North Carolina
3 William Jackson III CB 6-0 189 10-27-1992 6 Houston
4 Taylor Heinicke QB 6-1 210 03-15-1993 7 Old Dominion
5 Tress Way P 6-1 220 04-18-1990 9 Oklahoma
6 Joey Slye K 5-11 213 04-10-1996 3 Virginia Tech
8 Brian Robinson RB 6-1 228 03-22-1999 0 Alabama
10 Curtis Samuel WR 5-11 195 08-11-1996 5 Ohio State
11 Carson Wentz QB 6-5 237 12-30-1992 6 North Dakota State
14 Sam Howell QB 6-1 220 09-16-2000 0 North Carolina
15 Dax Milne WR 6-0 190 06-23-1999 1 BYU
17 Terry McLaurin WR 6-0 210 09-15-1995 3 Ohio State
19 Marken Michel WR 5-11 191 07-06-1993 6 UMass
20 Bobby McCain SAF 5-9 196 08-18-1993 7 Memphis
22 Darrick Forrest SAF 5-11 200 05-22-1999 1 Cincinnati
23 J.D. McKissic RB 5-10 195 08-15-1993 6 Arkansas State
24 Antonio Gibson RB 6-2 220 06-23-1998 2 Memphis
25 Benjamin St-Juste CB 6-3 200 09-08-1997 1 Minnesota
26 Corn Elder CB 5-10 185 10-09-1994 5 Miami (FL)
29 Kendall Fuller CB 5-11 198 02-13-1995 6 Virginia Tech
30 Troy Apke CB 6-1 205 04-11-1995 4 Penn State
31 Kamren Curl SAF 6-2 198 03-31-1999 2 Arkansas
32 Jaret Patterson RB 5-8 195 12-23-1999 1 Buffalo
34 Christian Holmes CB 6-1 205 09-14-1997 0 Oklahoma State
35 Percy Butler SAF 6-0 191 05-29-2000 0 Louisiana
36 Danny Johnson CB 5-9 190 11-17-1995 4 Southern University
37 Rachad Wildgoose CB 5-10 191 06-20-2000 1 Wisconsin
39 Jeremy Reaves SAF 5-11 200 08-29-1996 4 South Alabama
40 Tariq Castro-Fields CB 6-1 197 01-14-1999 0 Penn State
41 Jonathan Williams RB 6-0 217 02-02-1994 6 Arkansas
45 De'Jon Harris LB 6-0 245 11-01-1997 2 Arkansas
46 Milo Eifler LB 6-2 225 02-13-1998 1 Illinois
47 Khaleke Hudson LB 6-0 220 12-06-1997 2 Michigan
51 David Mayo LB 6-2 240 08-18-1993 7 Texas State
52 Jamin Davis LB 6-3 234 12-12-1998 1 Kentucky
53 Trai Turner G 6-3 320 06-14-1993 8 LSU
54 Camaron Cheeseman LS 6-4 237 04-26-1998 1 Michigan
55 Cole Holcomb LB 6-1 240 07-30-1996 3 North Carolina
56 William Bradley-King DE 6-3 254 12-22-1997 1 Baylor
57 Donovan Jeter DT 6-3 325 12-07-1998 0 Michigan
58 Shaka Toney DE 6-2 238 01-08-1998 1 Penn State
59 Jon Bostic LB 6-1 245 05-05-1991 9 Florida
60 Nick Martin C 6-4 299 04-29-1993 6 Notre Dame
61 Jon Toth C 6-5 308 02-11-1994 5 Kentucky
62 Alex Akingbulu T 6-5 300 12-28-1997 0 Fresno State
63 Wes Martin G 6-3 315 05-09-1996 3 Indiana
64 David Bada DT 6-4 293 05-24-1995 2
66 Willie Beavers G 6-5 322 10-02-1993 6 Western Michigan
67 Aaron Monteiro T 6-7 320 03-25-1997 3 Boston College
68 Andrew Norwell G 6-6 310 10-25-1991 8 Ohio State
69 Tyler Larsen C 6-4 335 07-08-1991 8 Utah State
71 Wes Schweitzer G 6-4 300 09-11-1993 6 San Jose State
72 Charles Leno Jr. T 6-3 302 10-09-1991 8 Boise State
73 Chase Roullier C 6-4 312 08-23-1993 5 Wyoming
74 Nolan Laufenberg G 6-3 312 03-25-1999 1 Air Force
75 Chris Paul G 6-4 324 11-19-1998 0 Tulsa
76 Sam Cosmi T 6-6 309 02-16-1999 1 Texas
77 Saahdiq Charles T 6-4 322 07-26-1999 2 LSU
78 Cornelius Lucas T 6-8 327 07-18-1991 8 Kansas State
79 Benning Potoa'e DE 6-3 290 09-17-1996 2 Washington
80 Curtis Hodges TE 6-8 240 07-03-1999 0 Arizona State
82 Logan Thomas TE 6-6 250 07-01-1991 8 Virginia Tech
83 Kyric McGowan WR 5-11 198 11-01-1999 0 Georgia Tech
85 Cole Turner TE 6-6 240 03-16-2000 0 Nevada
86 Alex Erickson WR 6-0 195 11-06-1992 6 Wisconsin
87 John Bates TE 6-6 259 11-06-1997 1 Boise State
88 Armani Rogers TE 6-5 225 12-04-1997 0 Ohio
89 Cam Sims WR 6-5 220 01-06-1996 4 Alabama
90 Montez Sweat DE 6-6 262 09-04-1996 3 Mississippi State
91 John Ridgeway DT 6-5 321 05-07-1999 0 Arkansas
92 Daniel Wise DT 6-3 285 01-16-1996 3 Kansas
93 Jonathan Allen DT 6-3 300 01-16-1995 5 Alabama
94 Daron Payne DT 6-3 320 05-27-1997 4 Alabama
95 Casey Toohill DE 6-5 254 08-21-1996 2 Stanford
96 James Smith-Williams DE 6-4 265 07-29-1997 2 North Carolina State
97 Efe Obada DE 6-6 265 04-13-1992 7
98 Phidarian Mathis DT 6-4 312 04-26-1998 0 Alabama
99 Chase Young DE 6-5 264 04-14-1999 2 Ohio State
Washington Commanders

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Teams: WAS

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Wentz 130 82 63.1 861 6.62 7 5.4 3 2.3 49t 90.6
TEAM 130 82 63.1 766 6.62 7 5.4 3 2.3 49t 90.6
OPPONENTS 111 66 59.5 822 7.85 8 7.2 1 0.9 49 104.6

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Gibson 40 124 3.1 13 2
Wentz 11 57 5.2 18 0
Samuel 8 51 6.4 21 0
McKissic 9 25 2.8 6 0
McLaurin 1 7 7.0 7 0
Williams 1 6 6.0 6 0
Dotson 1 -10 -10.0 -10 0
TEAM 71 260 3.7 21 2
OPPONENTS 72 386 5.4 58 1

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Samuel 22 181 8.2 27 2
McKissic 16 106 6.6 13 0
McLaurin 12 235 19.6 49t 1
Gibson 10 87 8.7 26 0
Dotson 9 109 12.1 40 3
Thomas 8 87 10.9 27 1
Bates 2 15 7.5 9 0
Milne 2 18 9.0 12 0
Rogers 1 23 23.0 23 0
TEAM 82 861 10.5 49t 7
OPPONENTS 66 871 13.2 49 8

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Forrest 1 1 1.0 1 0
TEAM 1 1 1.0 1 0
OPPONENTS 3 12 4.0 9 0

SACKS NO.
Davis 3.0
Payne 2.0
Allen 1.0
Obada 1.0
Smith-Williams 1.0
TEAM 8.0
OPPONENTS 15.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Way 17 851 50.1 44.8 3 62 0
TEAM 17 851 50.1 44.8 3 62 0
OPPONENTS 14 704 50.3 43.5 6 63 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Milne 5 0 55 11.0 19 0
TEAM 5 0 55 11.0 19 0
OPPONENTS 8 0 56 7.0 12 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Milne 9 201 22.3 33 0
TEAM 9 201 22.3 33 0
OPPONENTS 2 85 42.5 52 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Samuel 1 0 0
Wentz 3 1 0
TEAM 4 1 0
OPPONENTS 2 1 2

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 7 7 15 34 0 63
OPPONENTS 15 34 16 17 0 82

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Dotson 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20
Gibson 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Samuel 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
McLaurin 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Thomas 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Wentz 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Slye 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 3
McKissic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Payne 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
TEAM 9 2 7 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 56
OPPONENTS 9 1 8 0 8 8 6 7 48 1 74

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 0/ 0 3/ 4 3/ 3 0/ 0

2022 Dallas Cowboys Roster

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Head Coach: Mike McCarthy
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Kelvin Joseph CB 6-1 192 11-11-1999 1 Kentucky
2 Jourdan Lewis CB 5-10 195 08-31-1995 5 Michigan
3 Anthony Brown CB 5-11 196 12-15-1993 6 Purdue
4 Dak Prescott QB 6-2 238 07-29-1993 6 Mississippi State
5 Bryan Anger P 6-3 202 10-06-1988 10 California
6 Donovan Wilson SAF 6-0 204 02-21-1995 3 Texas A&M
7 Trevon Diggs CB 6-2 195 09-20-1998 2 Alabama
9 KaVontae Turpin WR 5-9 153 08-02-1996 0 TCU
10 Cooper Rush QB 6-3 225 11-21-1993 5 Central Michigan
11 Micah Parsons LB 6-3 245 05-26-1999 1 Penn State
13 Michael Gallup WR 6-1 198 03-04-1996 4 Colorado State
14 Jabril Cox LB 6-3 233 04-16-1998 1 LSU
15 Will Grier QB 6-1 220 04-03-1995 3 West Virginia
17 Dennis Houston WR 6-1 198 04-24-1999 0 Western Illinois
18 Jalen Tolbert WR 6-1 195 02-27-1999 0 South Alabama
19 Brett Maher K 6-1 183 11-21-1989 9 Nebraska
19 Dontario Drummond WR 6-1 220 08-22-1997 0 Ole Miss
20 Tony Pollard RB 6-0 209 04-30-1997 3 Memphis
21 Ezekiel Elliott RB 6-0 228 07-22-1995 6 Ohio State
23 Rico Dowdle RB 6-0 215 06-14-1998 2 South Carolina
24 Israel Mukuamu SAF 6-4 205 11-28-1999 1 South Carolina
25 Nahshon Wright CB 6-4 185 09-23-1998 1 Oregon State
26 DaRon Bland CB 6-0 197 07-12-1999 0 Fresno State
27 Jayron Kearse SAF 6-4 215 02-11-1994 6 Clemson
28 Malik Hooker SAF 6-2 212 04-02-1996 5 Ohio State
29 C.J. Goodwin CB 6-3 190 02-04-1990 8 California (PA)
30 Qadree Ollison RB 6-1 232 09-08-1996 3 Pittsburgh
31 Tyler Coyle SAF 6-1 209 11-15-1998 1 Purdue
33 Damone Clark LB 6-3 240 06-28-2000 0 LSU
34 Malik Davis RB 5-11 202 11-26-1998 0 Florida
40 Juanyeh Thomas SAF 6-3 217 06-24-2000 0 Notre Dame
41 Markquese Bell SAF 6-3 205 01-06-1999 0 Florida A&M
42 Anthony Barr LB 6-5 255 03-18-1992 8 UCLA
44 Jake McQuaide LS 6-2 247 12-07-1987 11 Ohio State
46 Malik Jefferson LB 6-2 241 11-15-1996 4 Texas
50 Devin Harper LB 6-0 234 05-13-1998 0 Oklahoma State
51 Devante Bond LB 6-1 236 07-03-1993 6 Oklahoma
52 Mika Tafua DE 6-3 250 11-30-1996 0 Utah
54 Sam Williams DE 6-4 261 03-31-1999 0 Ole Miss
55 Leighton Vander Esch LB 6-4 256 02-09-1997 4 Boise State
56 Dante Fowler Jr. DE 6-3 261 08-03-1994 7 Florida
57 Luke Gifford LB 6-3 243 08-28-1995 3 Nebraska
60 Isaac Alarcon T 6-7 320 07-27-1998 2
63 Tyler Biadasz C 6-3 316 11-20-1997 2 Wisconsin
64 Dakoda Shepley C 6-5 290 12-27-1994 4 UBC (CAN)
65 Alec Lindstrom C 6-3 296 07-07-1998 0 Boston College
66 Connor McGovern G 6-5 308 11-03-1997 3 Penn State
68 Matt Farniok G 6-5 311 09-26-1997 1 Nebraska
70 Zack Martin G 6-4 315 11-20-1990 8 Notre Dame
71 Jason Peters OL 6-4 328 01-22-1982 18 Arkansas
72 Trysten Hill DT 6-3 308 03-25-1998 3 UCF
73 Tyler Smith OL 6-6 332 04-03-2001 0 Tulsa
75 Josh Ball T 6-8 304 05-15-1998 1 Marshall
76 Aviante Collins T 6-4 292 05-13-1994 5 TCU
77 Tyron Smith T 6-5 320 12-12-1990 11 USC
78 Terence Steele T 6-6 310 06-04-1997 2 Texas Tech
79 Matt Waletzko T 6-8 305 12-15-1999 0 North Dakota
80 Brandon Smith WR 6-2 220 12-10-1998 1 Iowa
81 Simi Fehoko WR 6-3 220 11-05-1997 1 Stanford
83 James Washington WR 5-11 213 04-02-1996 4 Oklahoma State
84 Sean McKeon TE 6-5 238 12-28-1997 2 Michigan
85 Noah Brown WR 6-2 225 01-06-1996 5 Ohio State
86 Dalton Schultz TE 6-5 244 07-11-1996 4 Stanford
87 Jake Ferguson TE 6-5 244 01-18-1999 0 Wisconsin
88 CeeDee Lamb WR 6-2 200 04-08-1999 2 Oklahoma
89 Ian Bunting TE 6-7 255 02-10-1996 3 California
89 Peyton Hendershot TE 6-4 254 04-23-1999 0 Indiana
90 DeMarcus Lawrence DE 6-3 265 04-28-1992 8 Boise State
91 Carlos Watkins DT 6-3 305 12-05-1993 5 Clemson
92 Dorance Armstrong DE 6-4 255 06-10-1997 4 Kansas
93 Tarell Basham DE 6-4 266 03-18-1994 5 Ohio
96 Neville Gallimore DT 6-2 302 01-17-1997 2 Oklahoma
97 Osa Odighizuwa DT 6-2 280 08-13-1998 1 UCLA
98 Quinton Bohanna DT 6-4 360 03-16-1999 1 Kentucky
99 Chauncey Golston DE 6-5 268 02-10-1998 1 Iowa
Dallas Cowboys

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Teams: DAL

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Rush 44 26 59.1 299 6.8 1 2.3 0 0.0 46 87.2
Prescott 29 14 48.3 134 4.62 0 0.0 1 3.4 22 47.2
TEAM 73 40 54.8 403 5.93 1 1.4 1 1.4 46 71.3
OPPONENTS 63 42 66.7 360 6.52 2 3.2 1 1.6 48 88.8

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Elliott 25 105 4.2 11 0
Pollard 15 51 3.4 17 1
Prescott 2 11 5.5 12 0
Lamb 1 6 6.0 6 0
Turpin 1 3 3.0 3 0
Rush 1 2 2.0 2 0
TEAM 45 178 4.0 17 1
OPPONENTS 58 241 4.2 17 0

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
N.Brown 10 159 15.9 28 1
Lamb 9 104 11.6 24 0
Schultz 9 80 8.9 14 0
Pollard 6 69 11.5 46 0
Elliott 2 -7 -3.5 -3 0
Fehoko 2 12 6.0 7 0
Houston 2 16 8.0 11 0
TEAM 40 433 10.8 46 1
OPPONENTS 42 411 9.8 48 2

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Wilson 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 15 15.0 15 0

SACKS NO.
Parsons 4.0
Armstrong 2.0
Fowler 1.0
Vander Esch 1.0
TEAM 8.0
OPPONENTS 5.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Anger 10 471 47.1 42.3 6 58 0
TEAM 10 471 47.1 42.3 6 58 0
OPPONENTS 8 388 48.5 41.4 3 63 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Turpin 3 0 37 12.3 20 0
TEAM 3 0 37 12.3 20 0
OPPONENTS 4 0 48 12.0 20 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Turpin 4 77 19.3 22 0
TEAM 4 77 19.2 22 0
OPPONENTS 0 0 0.0 0 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Schultz 1 0 0
TEAM 1 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 1 1

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 17 3 0 3 0 23
OPPONENTS 9 6 13 8 0 36

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Maher 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 3 54 0 11
N.Brown 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Pollard 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 2 1 1 0 2 2 3 3 54 0 21
OPPONENTS 2 0 2 0 1 1 7 8 50 0 33

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Maher 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 3/ 3
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 3/ 3
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 2 4/ 4 1/ 1

2022 Philadelphia Eagles Roster

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Head Coach: Nick Sirianni
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Jalen Hurts QB 6-1 223 08-07-1998 2 Oklahoma
2 Darius Slay CB 6-0 190 01-01-1991 9 Mississippi State
3 Zach Pascal WR 6-2 215 12-18-1994 5 Old Dominion
4 Jake Elliott K 5-9 167 01-21-1995 5 Memphis
6 DeVonta Smith WR 6-0 170 11-14-1998 1 Alabama
7 Haason Reddick LB 6-1 240 09-22-1994 5 Temple
8 Arryn Siposs P 6-2 212 11-25-1992 2 Auburn
10 Gardner Minshew QB 6-1 225 05-16-1996 3 Washington State
11 A.J. Brown WR 6-1 226 06-30-1997 3 Ole Miss
13 Auden Tate WR 6-5 228 02-03-1997 4 Florida State
14 Kenneth Gainwell RB 5-9 200 03-14-1999 1 Memphis
16 Quez Watkins WR 6-0 193 06-09-1998 2 Southern Miss
17 Nakobe Dean LB 5-11 231 12-13-2000 0 Georgia
18 Britain Covey WR 5-8 173 03-18-1997 0 Utah
19 Ian Book QB 6-0 206 03-30-1998 1 Notre Dame
21 Andre Chachere SAF 6-0 200 02-10-1996 4 San Jose State
22 Marcus Epps SAF 6-0 198 01-27-1996 3 Wyoming
23 C.J. Gardner-Johnson SAF 5-11 210 12-20-1997 3 Florida
24 James Bradberry CB 6-1 210 08-04-1993 6 Samford
26 Miles Sanders RB 5-11 211 05-01-1997 3 Penn State
27 Zech McPhearson CB 5-11 191 03-21-1998 1 Texas Tech
28 Josh Jobe CB 5-11 190 04-09-1998 0 Alabama
29 Avonte Maddox CB 5-9 184 03-31-1996 4 Pittsburgh
30 Kennedy Brooks RB 5-11 213 10-08-1998 0 Oklahoma
31 Mario Goodrich CB 6-0 186 01-12-2000 0 Clemson
32 Reed Blankenship SAF 6-1 203 03-02-1999 0 Middle Tennessee
33 Josiah Scott CB 5-9 185 04-05-1999 2 Michigan State
34 Trey Sermon RB 6-0 215 01-30-1999 1 Ohio State
35 Boston Scott RB 5-6 203 04-27-1995 4 Louisiana Tech
37 Mac McCain III CB 6-0 185 02-06-1998 1 North Carolina A&T
42 K'Von Wallace SAF 5-11 205 07-25-1997 2 Clemson
43 Kyzir White LB 6-2 234 03-24-1996 4 West Virginia
45 Rick Lovato LS 6-2 249 09-09-1992 7 Old Dominion
47 Dalton Keene TE 6-4 275 04-14-1999 2 Virginia Tech
48 Patrick Johnson LB 6-2 248 01-10-1998 1 Tulane
51 Cam Jurgens C 6-3 303 08-21-1999 0 Nebraska
52 Davion Taylor LB 6-1 230 08-05-1998 2 Colorado
53 Christian Elliss LB 6-3 233 01-02-1999 1 Idaho
54 Shaun Bradley LB 6-1 240 04-08-1997 2 Temple
55 Brandon Graham DE 6-2 265 04-03-1988 12 Michigan
56 Isaac Seumalo G 6-4 303 10-29-1993 6 Oregon State
57 T.J. Edwards LB 6-1 242 08-12-1996 3 Wisconsin
58 Kyron Johnson LB 6-0 235 07-24-1998 0 Kansas
59 Janarius Robinson DE 6-5 260 05-05-1999 1 Florida State
61 Josh Sills G 6-6 325 01-26-1998 0 Oklahoma State
62 Jason Kelce C 6-3 295 11-05-1987 11 Cincinnati
63 Jack Driscoll T 6-5 312 04-01-1997 2 Auburn
64 Brett Toth OL 6-6 304 09-01-1996 3 Army
65 Lane Johnson T 6-6 325 05-08-1990 9 Oklahoma
66 Matt Leo DE 6-7 280 05-08-1992 2 Iowa State
67 Jarrid Williams T 6-6 325 07-02-1997 0 Miami (FL)
67 Cameron Tom C 6-4 300 06-21-1995 5 Southern Miss
68 Jordan Mailata T 6-8 365 03-31-1997 4
69 Landon Dickerson G 6-6 332 09-30-1998 1 Alabama
73 Marvin Wilson DT 6-4 303 09-05-1998 1 Florida State
74 Le'Raven Clark T 6-5 319 04-22-1993 6 Texas Tech
75 Tarron Jackson DE 6-2 254 06-22-1998 1 Coastal Carolina
77 Andre Dillard T 6-5 315 10-03-1995 3 Washington State
78 Sua Opeta G 6-4 305 08-15-1996 3 Weber State
80 Tyree Jackson TE 6-7 249 11-07-1997 3 Buffalo
81 Grant Calcaterra TE 6-4 240 12-04-1998 0 SMU
82 Devon Allen WR 6-1 190 12-12-1994 0 Oregon
83 Noah Togiai TE 6-4 244 07-06-1997 2 Oregon State
85 Deon Cain WR 6-2 202 08-09-1996 4 Clemson
88 Dallas Goedert TE 6-5 256 01-03-1995 4 South Dakota State
89 Jack Stoll TE 6-4 247 01-28-1998 1 Nebraska
90 Jordan Davis DT 6-6 336 01-12-2000 0 Georgia
91 Fletcher Cox DT 6-4 310 12-13-1990 10 Mississippi State
93 Milton Williams DT 6-3 290 04-06-1999 1 Louisiana Tech
94 Josh Sweat DE 6-5 265 03-29-1997 4 Florida State
95 Marlon Tuipulotu DT 6-2 307 05-31-1999 1 USC
96 Derek Barnett DE 6-3 259 06-25-1996 5 Tennessee
97 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02-07-1993 6 South Carolina State
Philadelphia Eagles

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Teams: PHI

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Hurts 98 66 67.3 916 9.35 4 4.1 1 1.0 54 106.5
TEAM 98 66 67.3 890 9.35 4 4.1 1 1.0 54 106.5
OPPONENTS 126 73 57.9 560 5.14 3 2.4 4 3.2 45 66.5

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Sanders 45 222 4.9 24 1
Hurts 37 167 4.5 26t 3
Gainwell 10 33 3.3 7 1
B.Scott 10 29 2.9 16 1
Pascal 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 103 451 4.4 26t 6
OPPONENTS 61 330 5.4 50 4

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Brown 20 309 15.5 54 1
Smith 15 249 16.6 45 1
Goedert 11 168 15.3 27 1
Pascal 6 39 6.5 13 0
Sanders 6 13 2.2 11 0
Gainwell 3 23 7.7 11 0
Watkins 2 69 34.5 53t 1
Calcaterra 1 40 40.0 40 0
B.Scott 1 2 2.0 2 0
Stoll 1 4 4.0 4 0
TEAM 66 916 13.9 54 4
OPPONENTS 73 647 8.9 45 3

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Slay 2 19 9.5 19 0
Bradberry 1 27 27.0 27t 1
Maddox 1 2 2.0 2 0
TEAM 4 48 12.0 27t 1
OPPONENTS 1 19 19.0 19 0

SACKS NO.
Cox 3.0
Graham 3.0
Sweat 2.5
Reddick 1.5
Edwards 1.0
Hargrave 1.0
TEAM 12.0
OPPONENTS 7.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Siposs 13 593 45.6 40.2 6 53 0
TEAM 13 593 45.6 40.2 6 53 0
OPPONENTS 17 851 50.1 46.1 7 58 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Smith 1 0 12 12.0 12 0
Covey 10 0 61 6.1 12 0
TEAM 11 0 73 6.6 12 0
OPPONENTS 5 0 20 4.0 12 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Watkins 5 51 10.2 17 0
TEAM 5 51 10.2 17 0
OPPONENTS 3 71 23.7 29 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Covey 1 1 0
Hargrave 0 0 1
Hurts 1 0 0
Sanders 0 1 0
TEAM 2 2 1
OPPONENTS 4 3 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 7 65 14 0 0 86
OPPONENTS 7 14 7 22 0 50

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Elliott 0 0 0 0 11 11 3 4 38 0 20
Hurts 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Bradberry 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Brown 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Gainwell 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Goedert 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Sanders 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
B.Scott 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Smith 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Watkins 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 11 6 4 0 11 11 3 4 38 0 75
OPPONENTS 7 4 3 0 6 6 0 0 0 1 44

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Elliott 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 1 0/ 0
TEAM 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 1 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0

2022 New York Giants Roster

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Head Coach: Brian Daboll
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
2 Tyrod Taylor QB 6-1 217 08-03-1989 11 Virginia Tech
3 Sterling Shepard WR 5-10 196 02-10-1993 6 Oklahoma
5 Kayvon Thibodeaux OLB 6-5 258 12-15-2000 0 Oregon
6 Jamie Gillan P 6-1 207 07-04-1997 3 Arkansas-Pine Bluff
8 Daniel Jones QB 6-5 230 05-27-1997 3 Duke
9 Graham Gano K 6-2 202 04-09-1987 13 Florida State
12 Davis Webb QB 6-5 225 01-22-1995 5 California
13 David Sills V WR 6-3 211 05-29-1996 3 West Virginia
15 Collin Johnson WR 6-6 222 09-23-1997 2 Texas
17 Wan'Dale Robinson WR 5-8 185 01-05-2001 0 Kentucky
19 Kenny Golladay WR 6-4 213 11-03-1993 5 Northern Illinois
20 Julian Love SAF 5-11 195 03-19-1998 3 Notre Dame
21 Antonio Williams RB 5-11 215 10-22-1997 2 North Carolina
22 Adoree' Jackson CB 5-11 185 09-18-1995 5 USC
23 Gary Brightwell RB 6-1 218 02-28-1999 1 Arizona
24 Dane Belton SAF 6-1 205 12-07-2000 0 Iowa
25 Rodarius Williams CB 6-0 195 09-12-1996 1 Oklahoma State
25 Jashaun Corbin RB 6-0 221 08-20-2000 0 Florida State
26 Saquon Barkley RB 6-0 232 02-09-1997 4 Penn State
27 Jason Pinnock SAF 6-0 205 06-30-1999 1 Pittsburgh
28 Cordale Flott DB 6-1 175 08-24-2001 0 LSU
29 Xavier McKinney SAF 6-0 201 08-08-1998 2 Alabama
30 Darnay Holmes CB 5-10 195 06-23-1998 2 UCLA
31 Matt Breida RB 5-10 190 02-28-1995 5 Georgia Southern
33 Aaron Robinson CB 6-1 193 11-10-1998 1 UCF
34 Sandro Platzgummer RB 6-0 198 03-10-1997 2
35 Justin Layne DB 6-2 192 01-12-1998 3 Michigan State
36 Tony Jefferson II SAF 5-11 212 01-27-1992 9 Oklahoma
37 Fabian Moreau DB 6-0 198 04-09-1994 5 UCLA
38 Zyon Gilbert CB 6-1 182 02-04-1999 0 Florida Atlantic
39 Trenton Thompson SAF 6-1 196 12-18-1997 0 San Diego State
41 Micah McFadden LB 6-2 232 01-03-2000 0 Indiana
41 Darrian Beavers LB 6-4 255 07-05-1999 0 Cincinnati
44 Nick McCloud CB 6-1 190 07-09-1998 1 Notre Dame
46 Austin Allen TE 6-9 255 11-10-1998 0 Nebraska
47 Cam Brown LB 6-5 233 04-01-1998 2 Penn State
48 Tae Crowder LB 6-1 235 03-12-1997 2 Georgia
49 Tomon Fox OLB 6-3 260 03-16-1998 0 North Carolina
51 Azeez Ojulari OLB 6-3 240 06-16-2000 1 Georgia
52 Carter Coughlin LB 6-3 236 07-20-1997 2 Minnesota
53 Oshane Ximines OLB 6-4 254 12-07-1996 3 Old Dominion
54 Jaylon Smith OLB 6-2 240 06-14-1995 6 Notre Dame
55 Jihad Ward OLB 6-5 287 05-11-1994 6 Illinois
57 Chuck Wiley OLB 6-2 251 05-18-1998 0 UTSA
58 Casey Kreiter LS 6-1 250 08-13-1990 8 Iowa
59 Austin Calitro LB 6-0 240 01-10-1994 5 Villanova
60 Marcus McKethan OL 6-7 335 05-19-1999 0 North Carolina
61 Roy Mbaeteka T 6-9 320 02-13-2000 0
62 Devery Hamilton OL 6-6 311 04-19-1998 1 Duke
64 Mark Glowinski OL 6-4 310 05-03-1992 7 West Virginia
65 Nick Gates C 6-6 318 11-27-1995 4 Nebraska
66 Shane Lemieux G 6-4 310 05-12-1997 2 Oregon
68 Ben Bredeson G 6-5 315 02-20-1998 2 Michigan
69 Will Holden T 6-7 312 09-14-1993 5 Vanderbilt
71 Justin Ellis DL 6-2 334 12-27-1990 8 Louisiana Tech
73 Evan Neal T 6-7 360 09-19-2000 0 Alabama
74 Matt Peart T 6-7 318 06-11-1997 2 UConn
75 Joshua Ezeudu OL 6-4 308 09-19-1999 0 North Carolina
76 Jon Feliciano OL 6-4 325 02-10-1992 7 Miami (FL)
77 Jack Anderson G 6-4 314 10-12-1998 1 Texas Tech
78 Andrew Thomas T 6-5 315 01-22-1999 2 Georgia
79 Tyre Phillips OL 6-5 330 01-29-1997 2 Mississippi State
80 Richie James WR 5-9 185 09-05-1995 4 Middle Tennessee
81 Kalil Pimpleton WR 5-9 172 12-09-1998 0 Central Michigan
82 Daniel Bellinger TE 6-5 253 09-22-2000 0 San Diego State
85 Chris Myarick FB 6-5 261 10-06-1995 3 Temple
86 Darius Slayton WR 6-1 194 01-12-1997 3 Auburn
87 Marcus Johnson WR 6-1 204 08-05-1994 6 Texas
88 Tanner Hudson TE 6-5 239 11-12-1994 4 Southern Arkansas
89 Kadarius Toney WR 6-0 193 01-27-1999 1 Florida
90 Ryder Anderson DE 6-6 276 10-15-1998 0 Indiana
93 Nick Williams DL 6-4 310 02-21-1990 9 Samford
94 Elerson Smith OLB 6-7 245 07-17-1998 1 Northern Iowa
95 Quincy Roche OLB 6-3 245 02-10-1998 1 Miami (FL)
96 Henry Mondeaux DE 6-4 280 09-19-1995 4 Oregon
97 Dexter Lawrence DL 6-4 342 11-12-1997 3 Clemson
98 D.J. Davidson DL 6-3 327 12-16-1999 0 Arizona State
99 Leonard Williams DL 6-5 302 06-20-1994 7 USC
New York Giants

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Teams: NYG

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Jones 55 39 70.9 364 6.62 3 5.5 1 1.8 65t 99.4
TEAM 55 39 70.9 318 6.62 3 5.5 1 1.8 65t 99.4
OPPONENTS 62 34 54.8 395 6.63 3 4.8 0 0.0 31 91.5

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Barkley 39 236 6.1 68 1
Jones 16 46 2.9 11 0
Toney 2 23 11.5 19 0
Breida 6 20 3.3 9 0
Brightwell 1 14 14.0 14 0
James 1 2 2.0 2 0
TEAM 65 341 5.2 68 1
OPPONENTS 49 239 4.9 49 0

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
James 10 110 11.0 16 0
Barkley 9 46 5.1 9 0
Shepard 8 105 13.1 65t 1
Sills 3 37 12.3 24 0
Golladay 2 22 11.0 15 0
Hudson 2 22 11.0 15 0
Toney 2 0 0.0 2 0
Bellinger 1 16 16.0 16t 1
Myarick 1 1 1.0 1t 1
W.Robinson 1 5 5.0 5 0
TEAM 39 364 9.3 65t 3
OPPONENTS 34 411 12.1 31 3

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
TEAM 0 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 0.0 0 0

SACKS NO.
Fox 1.0
Love 1.0
Ximines 1.0
TEAM 3.0
OPPONENTS 8.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Gillan 11 562 51.1 42.2 5 69 0
TEAM 11 562 51.1 42.2 5 69 0
OPPONENTS 11 554 50.4 44.7 7 66 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
James 5 0 62 12.4 22 0
TEAM 5 0 62 12.4 22 0
OPPONENTS 6 0 79 13.2 46 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Brightwell 2 41 20.5 24 0
TEAM 2 41 20.5 24 0
OPPONENTS 5 108 21.6 36 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Barkley 1 0 0
Belton 0 0 1
Jackson 0 0 1
Jones 1 0 0
Pinnock 0 0 1
TEAM 2 0 3
OPPONENTS 5 1 1

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 6 0 20 14 0 40
OPPONENTS 7 12 14 3 0 36

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Gano 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 56 0 14
Barkley 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8
Bellinger 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Myarick 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Shepard 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Jones 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
TEAM 4 1 3 0 2 2 4 4 56 0 36
OPPONENTS 3 0 3 0 3 3 5 6 46 0 33

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Gano 0/ 0 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 2/ 2
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 2/ 2
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 3/ 3 1/ 2 0/ 0

2022 Chicago Bears Roster

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Head Coach: Matt Eberflus
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Justin Fields QB 6-3 228 03-05-1999 1 Ohio State
2 Cairo Santos K 5-8 175 11-12-1991 8 Tulane
4 Eddie Jackson DB 6-0 206 12-10-1993 5 Alabama
6 Kyler Gordon DB 6-0 200 12-17-1999 0 Washington
8 N'Keal Harry WR 6-4 225 12-17-1997 3 Arizona State
9 Jaquan Brisker DB 6-1 200 04-20-1999 0 Penn State
10 Nsimba Webster WR 5-10 180 01-27-1996 3 Eastern Washington
11 Darnell Mooney WR 5-11 173 10-29-1997 2 Tulane
12 Velus Jones Jr. WR 6-0 200 05-11-1997 0 Tennessee
13 Byron Pringle WR 6-1 203 11-17-1993 4 Kansas State
14 Nathan Peterman QB 6-2 225 05-04-1994 5 Pittsburgh
15 Trevor Siemian QB 6-3 220 12-26-1991 7 Northwestern
16 Trenton Gill P 6-4 219 03-05-1999 0 North Carolina State
17 Ihmir Smith-Marsette WR 6-1 185 08-29-1999 1 Iowa
18 Dante Pettis WR 6-1 195 10-23-1995 4 Washington
19 Equanimeous St. Brown WR 6-5 214 09-30-1996 4 Notre Dame
21 Darrynton Evans RB 5-10 203 07-09-1998 2 Appalachian State
22 Kindle Vildor DB 5-11 189 12-11-1997 2 Georgia Southern
23 Lamar Jackson DB 6-2 208 04-13-1998 2 Nebraska
24 Khalil Herbert RB 5-9 212 04-21-1998 1 Virginia Tech
25 Trestan Ebner RB 5-11 206 01-02-1999 0 Baylor
26 Davontae Harris DB 5-11 205 01-21-1995 4 Illinois State
29 Dane Cruikshank DB 6-1 209 04-27-1995 4 Arizona
30 Harrison Hand DB 5-11 197 11-12-1998 2 Temple
31 Jaylon Jones DB 5-11 190 10-14-1997 0 Ole Miss
32 David Montgomery RB 5-11 224 06-07-1997 3 Iowa State
33 Jaylon Johnson DB 6-0 196 04-19-1999 2 Utah
35 Khari Blasingame FB 6-0 233 07-01-1996 3 Vanderbilt
36 DeAndre Houston-Carson DB 6-0 202 04-13-1993 6 William & Mary
37 Elijah Hicks DB 5-11 200 10-16-1999 0 California
38 A.J. Thomas DB 6-2 214 09-18-1999 0 Western Michigan
39 Josh Blackwell DB 5-11 180 04-05-1999 0 Duke
43 DeMarquis Gates LB 6-2 221 03-07-1996 4 Ole Miss
44 Matthew Adams LB 6-0 230 12-12-1995 4 Houston
45 Joe Thomas LB 6-1 227 05-06-1991 8 South Carolina State
46 Andre Anthony DL 6-4 251 11-21-1996 2022 LSU
47 Chase Allen TE 6-6 251 07-09-1997 0 Iowa State
48 Patrick Scales LS 6-3 226 02-11-1988 11 Utah State
50 Sterling Weatherford LB 6-4 224 01-26-1999 0 Miami (OH)
53 Nicholas Morrow LB 6-0 216 07-10-1995 5 Greenville
55 Al-Quadin Muhammad DL 6-3 250 03-28-1995 5 Miami (FL)
57 Jack Sanborn LB 6-2 234 07-29-2000 0 Wisconsin
58 Roquan Smith LB 6-1 232 04-08-1997 4 Georgia
59 Kingsley Jonathan DL 6-4 260 04-28-1998 0 Syracuse
60 Dieter Eiselen OL 6-4 320 06-10-1996 2 Yale
62 Lucas Patrick OL 6-3 313 07-30-1993 6 Duke
63 Michael Niese OL 6-5 295 01-13-1998 0 Temple
64 Mike Pennel Jr. DL 6-4 332 05-09-1991 8 CSU-Pueblo
65 Cody Whitehair OL 6-3 316 07-11-1992 6 Kansas State
67 Sam Mustipher OL 6-2 332 08-13-1996 3 Notre Dame
68 Doug Kramer OL 6-2 300 06-04-1998 0 Illinois
69 Ja'Tyre Carter OL 6-3 311 01-15-1999 0 Southern University
70 Braxton Jones OL 6-5 310 03-27-1999 0 Southern Utah
71 Riley Reiff OL 6-6 313 12-01-1988 10 Iowa
72 Alex Leatherwood OL 6-5 312 01-05-1999 1 Alabama
73 Michael Schofield III OL 6-6 303 11-15-1990 8 Michigan
74 Zachary Thomas OL 6-5 308 05-26-1998 2022 San Diego State
75 Larry Borom OL 6-5 333 03-30-1999 1 Missouri
76 Teven Jenkins OL 6-6 321 03-03-1998 1 Oklahoma State
78 Kellen Diesch OL 6-7 301 03-28-2000 0 Arizona State
78 Dakota Dozier OL 6-4 312 04-30-1991 8 Furman
81 Jake Tonges FB 6-4 240 07-08-1999 0 California
82 Isaiah Coulter WR 6-2 198 09-18-1998 2 Rhode Island
84 Ryan Griffin TE 6-6 255 01-11-1990 9 UConn
85 Cole Kmet TE 6-6 260 03-10-1999 2 Notre Dame
88 Trevon Wesco TE 6-3 267 09-12-1995 3 West Virginia
90 Angelo Blackson DL 6-4 315 11-14-1992 7 Auburn
91 Dominique Robinson DL 6-5 253 07-02-1998 0 Miami (OH)
92 Trevon Coley DT 6-1 307 07-13-1994 6 Florida Atlantic
93 Justin Jones DL 6-3 309 08-28-1996 4 North Carolina State
94 Robert Quinn DL 6-4 245 05-18-1990 11 North Carolina
96 Armon Watts DT 6-5 295 07-22-1996 3 Arkansas
99 Trevis Gipson DL 6-4 263 06-13-1997 2 Tulsa
Chicago Bears

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Teams: CHI

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Fields 45 23 51.1 297 6.6 2 4.4 4 8.9 51t 50.0
TEAM 45 23 51.1 235 6.6 2 4.4 4 8.9 51t 50.0
OPPONENTS 85 52 61.2 603 7.56 3 3.5 3 3.5 55 81.6

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Herbert 33 240 7.3 52 3
Montgomery 35 159 4.5 28 0
Fields 27 95 3.5 29 1
St. Brown 2 43 21.5 41 0
Ebner 7 23 3.3 7 0
TEAM 104 560 5.4 52 4
OPPONENTS 99 471 4.8 36 3

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Montgomery 5 38 7.6 16 0
Herbert 4 13 3.3 7 0
Mooney 4 27 6.8 18 0
St. Brown 4 77 19.3 30 1
Kmet 2 40 20.0 24 0
Pringle 2 33 16.5 22 0
Griffin 1 18 18.0 18 0
Pettis 1 51 51.0 51t 1
TEAM 23 297 12.9 51t 2
OPPONENTS 52 643 12.4 55 3

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
E.Jackson 2 26 13.0 26 0
Smith 1 18 18.0 18 0
TEAM 3 44 14.7 26 0
OPPONENTS 4 24 6.0 21 0

SACKS NO.
Gipson 2.0
Robinson 1.5
Ju.Jones 1.0
Quinn 1.0
Smith 0.5
TEAM 6.0
OPPONENTS 10.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Gill 14 657 46.9 39.6 3 58 0
TEAM 14 657 46.9 39.6 3 58 0
OPPONENTS 11 525 47.7 45.8 9 72 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Pettis 3 0 1 0.3 1 0
TEAM 3 0 1 0.3 1 0
OPPONENTS 6 0 74 12.3 31 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Ebner 9 198 22.0 30 0
Smith-Marsette 1 17 17.0 17 0
TEAM 10 215 21.5 30 0
OPPONENTS 3 66 22.0 24 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Brisker 0 0 1
Ebner 0 1 0
Fields 3 2 0
Pennel 0 0 1
TEAM 3 3 2
OPPONENTS 8 6 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 17 3 17 15 0 52
OPPONENTS 10 35 9 3 0 57

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Herbert 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Santos 0 0 0 0 4 6 4 4 50 0 16
Fields 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Pettis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
St. Brown 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 6 4 2 0 4 6 4 4 50 0 48
OPPONENTS 6 3 3 0 6 6 5 5 40 0 51

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Santos 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 1/ 1
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 1/ 1
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 3/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 0/ 0

2022 Detroit Lions Roster

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Head Coach: Dan Campbell
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Jeff Okudah CB 6-1 205 02-02-1999 2 Ohio State
2 Austin Bryant DL 6-5 250 11-12-1996 3 Clemson
3 Jack Fox P 6-2 215 09-01-1996 3 Rice
4 D.J. Chark WR 6-4 205 09-23-1996 4 LSU
5 DeShon Elliott SAF 6-0 210 04-21-1997 4 Texas
8 Josh Reynolds WR 6-3 194 02-16-1995 5 Texas A&M
9 Jameson Williams WR 6-2 180 03-26-2001 0 Alabama
10 Nate Sudfeld QB 6-6 235 10-07-1993 6 Indiana
11 Kalif Raymond WR 5-8 180 08-08-1994 6 Holy Cross
12 Tim Boyle QB 6-4 225 10-03-1994 4 Eastern Kentucky
14 Amon-Ra St. Brown WR 6-0 202 10-24-1999 1 USC
15 Maurice Alexander WR 5-11 180 01-10-1997 0 Florida International
16 Jared Goff QB 6-4 217 10-14-1994 6 California
17 Dominik Eberle K 6-2 190 07-04-1996 2 Utah State
19 Austin Seibert K 5-9 200 11-15-1996 3 Oklahoma
21 Tracy Walker III SAF 6-1 206 02-01-1995 4 Louisiana
23 Mike Hughes CB 5-10 191 02-11-1997 4 UCF
24 Amani Oruwariye CB 6-2 202 02-09-1996 3 Penn State
25 Will Harris CB 6-1 206 12-19-1995 3 Boston College
26 Ifeatu Melifonwu SAF 6-3 210 05-02-1999 1 Syracuse
27 Bobby Price CB 6-3 208 04-25-1998 2 Norfolk State
28 Jermar Jefferson RB 5-10 212 04-15-2000 1 Oregon State
29 Saivion Smith CB 6-1 200 11-05-1997 3 Alabama
30 Jamaal Williams RB 6-0 224 04-03-1995 5 BYU
31 Kerby Joseph SAF 6-1 203 11-14-2000 0 Illinois
32 D'Andre Swift RB 5-9 208 01-14-1999 2 Georgia
33 JuJu Hughes SAF 5-11 191 07-19-1998 2 Fresno State
34 Alex Anzalone LB 6-3 237 09-22-1994 5 Florida
36 Chase Lucas CB 5-11 184 03-04-1997 0 Arizona State
39 Jerry Jacobs CB 5-11 203 09-26-1997 1 Arkansas
40 Jarrad Davis LB 6-1 242 11-16-1994 5 Florida
41 AJ Parker CB 5-11 185 02-15-1998 1 Kansas State
42 Justin Jackson RB 6-0 199 04-22-1996 4 Northwestern
44 Malcolm Rodriguez LB 5-11 230 03-29-1999 0 Oklahoma State
45 Jason Cabinda FB 6-1 238 03-17-1996 4 Penn State
46 Craig Reynolds RB 5-11 216 06-15-1996 3 Kutztown
47 Scott Daly LS 6-1 245 02-07-1994 4 Notre Dame
49 Chris Board LB 6-2 239 07-23-1995 4 North Dakota State
51 Josh Woods LB 6-1 230 07-01-1996 4 Maryland
52 Demetrius Taylor DL 6-1 295 05-27-1999 0 Appalachian State
53 Charles Harris DL 6-3 250 03-06-1995 5 Missouri
54 Alim McNeill DL 6-2 325 05-11-2000 1 North Carolina State
55 Derrick Barnes LB 6-0 238 05-29-1999 1 Purdue
57 Anthony Pittman LB 6-3 242 11-24-1996 3 Wayne State (MI)
58 Penei Sewell T 6-5 335 10-09-2000 1 Oregon
59 James Houston LB 6-1 241 11-16-1998 2022 Jackson State
60 Darrin Paulo T 6-3 320 03-05-1997 2 Utah
63 Evan Brown C 6-3 320 09-16-1996 4 SMU
65 Obinna Eze T 6-6 325 06-12-1998 0 TCU
66 Ross Pierschbacher C 6-4 315 06-05-1995 3 Alabama
67 Matt Nelson T 6-7 318 12-19-1995 3 Iowa
68 Taylor Decker T 6-7 320 08-23-1994 6 Ohio State
70 Dan Skipper T 6-9 330 09-20-1994 5 Arkansas
71 Logan Stenberg G 6-6 312 03-18-1997 2 Kentucky
72 Halapoulivaati Vaitai G 6-6 328 06-16-1993 6 TCU
73 Jonah Jackson G 6-4 311 02-05-1997 2 Ohio State
74 Kayode Awosika G 6-3 312 10-27-1998 1 Buffalo
76 Drew Forbes T 6-5 308 01-18-1997 3 Southeast Missouri State
77 Frank Ragnow C 6-5 309 05-17-1996 4 Arkansas
78 Tommy Kraemer G 6-6 316 04-16-1998 1 Notre Dame
79 John Cominsky DE 6-5 285 11-22-1995 3 Charleston (WV)
82 James Mitchell TE 6-4 249 08-11-1999 0 Virginia Tech
84 Shane Zylstra TE 6-4 239 11-16-1996 1 Minnesota State
85 Tom Kennedy WR 5-10 195 07-29-1996 3 Bryant
86 Garrett Griffin TE 6-4 246 03-04-1994 6 Air Force
87 Quintez Cephus WR 6-1 208 04-01-1998 2 Wisconsin
88 T.J. Hockenson TE 6-5 244 07-03-1997 3 Iowa
89 Brock Wright TE 6-5 255 11-27-1998 1 Notre Dame
90 Michael Brockers DE 6-5 297 12-21-1990 10 LSU
91 Levi Onwuzurike DL 6-3 295 03-02-1998 1 Washington
92 Bruce Hector DE 6-2 296 10-07-1994 4 South Florida
93 Josh Paschal DE 6-3 274 12-17-1999 0 Kentucky
94 Benito Jones DT 6-1 316 11-27-1997 2 Ole Miss
95 Romeo Okwara OLB 6-4 255 06-17-1995 6 Notre Dame
96 Isaiah Buggs DL 6-3 295 08-24-1996 3 Alabama
97 Aidan Hutchinson DE 6-7 264 08-09-2000 0 Michigan
99 Julian Okwara LB 6-4 239 12-27-1997 2 Notre Dame
Detroit Lions

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Teams: DET

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Goff 112 66 58.9 748 6.68 7 6.3 2 1.8 49 92.4
TEAM 112 66 58.9 716 6.68 7 6.3 2 1.8 49 92.4
OPPONENTS 119 72 60.5 797 7.06 5 4.2 1 0.8 54 92.4

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Swift 27 231 8.6 50 1
Williams 43 168 3.9 15 4
St. Brown 2 68 34.0 58 0
C.Reynolds 9 29 3.2 11 0
Goff 6 15 2.5 10 0
TEAM 87 511 5.9 58 5
OPPONENTS 85 427 5.0 24 7

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
St. Brown 23 253 11.0 49 3
Hockenson 10 82 8.2 18 1
J.Reynolds 10 162 16.2 28 1
Swift 8 77 9.6 25 1
Chark 7 98 14.0 23 1
Williams 4 29 7.3 17 0
C.Reynolds 2 18 9.0 13 0
Raymond 1 4 4.0 4 0
Wright 1 25 25.0 25 0
TEAM 66 748 11.3 49 7
OPPONENTS 72 840 11.7 54 5

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
W.Harris 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 2 27 13.5 27t 1

SACKS NO.
Hutchinson 3.0
Anzalone 1.0
Cominsky 1.0
C.Harris 1.0
Walker 1.0
TEAM 7.0
OPPONENTS 4.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Fox 12 596 49.7 45.1 4 63 0
TEAM 12 596 49.7 45.1 4 63 0
OPPONENTS 12 577 48.1 41.7 2 62 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Raymond 6 0 46 7.7 12 0
TEAM 6 0 46 7.7 12 0
OPPONENTS 7 0 66 9.4 19 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Raymond 1 52 52.0 52 0
Ju.Jackson 4 93 23.3 33 0
TEAM 5 145 29.0 52 0
OPPONENTS 14 281 20.1 33 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Elliott 0 0 1
Goff 1 1 0
TEAM 1 1 1
OPPONENTS 3 1 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 26 24 24 21 0 95
OPPONENTS 0 38 29 26 0 93

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Williams 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
Seibert 0 0 0 0 12 12 3 5 48 0 21
St. Brown 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Swift 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Chark 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Hockenson 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
J.Reynolds 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 12 5 7 0 12 12 3 5 48 1 83
OPPONENTS 13 7 5 0 10 11 1 3 23 0 81

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Seibert 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 3 0/ 1
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 3 0/ 1
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 2

2022 Green Bay Packers Roster

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Head Coach: Matt LaFleur
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
2 Mason Crosby K 6-1 207 09-03-1984 15 Colorado
6 Dallin Leavitt SAF 5-10 195 08-08-1994 4 Utah State
7 Quay Walker LB 6-4 241 05-08-2000 0 Georgia
8 Amari Rodgers WR 5-9 212 09-23-1999 1 Clemson
9 Christian Watson WR 6-5 208 05-12-1999 0 North Dakota State
10 Jordan Love QB 6-4 219 11-02-1998 2 Utah State
11 Sammy Watkins WR 6-1 211 06-14-1993 8 Clemson
12 Aaron Rodgers QB 6-2 225 12-02-1983 17 California
13 Allen Lazard WR 6-5 227 12-11-1995 4 Iowa State
16 Pat O'Donnell P 6-4 220 02-22-1991 8 Miami (FL)
18 Randall Cobb WR 5-10 195 08-22-1990 11 Kentucky
19 Danny Etling QB 6-3 222 07-22-1994 4 LSU
20 Rudy Ford SAF 6-0 200 11-01-1994 5 Auburn
21 Eric Stokes CB 6-0 194 03-01-1999 1 Georgia
22 Shemar Jean-Charles CB 5-10 184 06-20-1998 1 Appalachian State
23 Jaire Alexander CB 5-10 196 02-09-1997 4 Louisville
24 Tariq Carpenter SAF 6-3 230 12-28-1998 0 Georgia Tech
25 Keisean Nixon CB 5-10 200 06-22-1997 3 South Carolina
26 Darnell Savage SAF 5-11 198 07-30-1997 3 Maryland
27 Patrick Taylor RB 6-2 217 04-29-1998 2 Memphis
28 AJ Dillon RB 6-0 247 05-02-1998 2 Boston College
29 Rasul Douglas CB 6-2 209 08-29-1995 5 West Virginia
30 Shawn Davis SAF 5-11 202 12-24-1997 1 Florida
31 Adrian Amos SAF 6-0 214 04-29-1993 7 Penn State
32 Kylin Hill RB 5-10 214 08-18-1998 1 Mississippi State
33 Aaron Jones RB 5-9 208 12-02-1994 5 UTEP
34 Micah Abernathy SAF 6-0 195 02-10-1997 3 Tennessee
39 Tyler Goodson RB 5-9 197 11-10-2000 0 Iowa
40 Tipa Galeai LB 6-5 229 02-26-1997 2 Utah State
41 Benjie Franklin DB 6-0 172 10-22-1996 0 Tarleton State
43 Kiondre Thomas CB 6-0 186 02-07-1998 1 Kansas State
45 Ramiz Ahmed K 5-11 193 07-27-1995 2 Nevada
48 DQ Thomas LB 6-2 216 12-04-1998 0 Middle Tennessee
49 Kobe Jones LB 6-3 255 05-10-1998 1 Mississippi State
50 Zach Tom OL 6-4 304 03-26-1999 0 Wake Forest
51 Krys Barnes LB 6-2 229 04-02-1998 2 UCLA
52 Rashan Gary LB 6-5 277 12-03-1997 3 Michigan
53 Jonathan Garvin LB 6-4 257 07-28-1999 2 Miami (FL)
54 La'Darius Hamilton LB 6-2 261 01-18-1998 2 North Texas
55 Kingsley Enagbare LB 6-4 258 01-18-2000 0 South Carolina
56 Jack Coco LS 6-2 248 10-09-1998 0 Georgia Tech
57 Ray Wilborn LB 6-3 230 04-01-1997 2 Ball State
58 Isaiah McDuffie LB 6-1 227 07-21-1999 1 Boston College
59 De'Vondre Campbell LB 6-3 232 07-01-1993 6 Minnesota
63 Rasheed Walker OL 6-6 324 02-13-2000 0 Penn State
67 Jake Hanson C 6-4 296 04-29-1997 2 Oregon
69 David Bakhtiari T 6-4 310 09-30-1991 9 Colorado
70 Royce Newman OL 6-5 310 08-17-1997 1 Ole Miss
71 Josh Myers OL 6-5 310 07-16-1998 1 Ohio State
72 Caleb Jones T 6-9 370 02-10-1999 0 Indiana
73 Yoshuah Nijman T 6-7 314 01-02-1996 3 Virginia Tech
74 Elgton Jenkins G 6-5 311 12-26-1995 3 Mississippi State
75 Sean Rhyan OL 6-5 321 09-15-2000 0 UCLA
76 Jon Runyan G 6-4 307 08-08-1997 2 Michigan
80 Shaun Beyer TE 6-5 248 11-11-1996 1 Iowa
81 Josiah Deguara TE 6-2 238 02-14-1997 2 Cincinnati
83 Samori Toure WR 6-3 191 03-24-1998 0 Nebraska
84 Tyler Davis TE 6-4 252 04-02-1997 2 Georgia Tech
85 Robert Tonyan TE 6-5 240 04-30-1994 5 Indiana State
86 Travis Fulgham WR 6-2 211 09-13-1995 3 Old Dominion
87 Romeo Doubs WR 6-2 204 04-13-2000 0 Nevada
88 Juwann Winfree WR 6-1 210 09-04-1996 3 Colorado
89 Marcedes Lewis TE 6-6 267 05-19-1984 16 UCLA
90 Jarran Reed DT 6-3 307 12-16-1992 6 Alabama
91 Preston Smith LB 6-5 265 11-17-1992 7 Mississippi State
93 T.J. Slaton DT 6-4 330 10-03-1997 1 Florida
94 Dean Lowry DE 6-6 296 06-09-1994 6 Northwestern
95 Devonte Wyatt DT 6-3 304 03-31-1998 0 Georgia
96 Jack Heflin DT 6-3 304 03-08-1998 1 Iowa
97 Kenny Clark DL 6-3 314 10-04-1995 6 UCLA
98 Chris Slayton DT 6-4 307 08-01-1996 3 Syracuse
99 Jonathan Ford DL 6-5 338 09-29-1999 0 Miami (FL)
Green Bay Packers

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Teams: GB

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Aa.Rodgers 59 41 69.5 429 7.27 2 3.4 1 1.7 55 94.5
Love 5 4 80.0 65 13.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 25 118.8
TEAM 64 45 70.3 438 7.72 2 3.1 1 1.6 55 96.7
OPPONENTS 43 30 69.8 317 8.07 2 4.7 1 2.3 64 99.7

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Jones 20 181 9.1 36 1
Dillon 28 106 3.8 14 1
Doubs 1 11 11.0 11 0
Aa.Rodgers 6 9 1.5 7 0
Watson 1 7 7.0 7 0
TEAM 56 314 5.6 36 2
OPPONENTS 55 306 5.6 28 1

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Dillon 6 52 8.7 12 0
Doubs 6 64 10.7 23 0
Jones 6 65 10.8 22 1
Watkins 6 111 18.5 55 0
Cobb 5 51 10.2 20 0
Tonyan 5 47 9.4 23 0
Watson 5 43 8.6 25 0
Deguara 2 28 14.0 15 0
Lazard 2 13 6.5 8 1
Davis 1 3 3.0 3 0
Winfree 1 17 17.0 17 0
TEAM 45 494 11.0 55 2
OPPONENTS 30 347 11.6 64 2

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Alexander 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 0.0 0 0

SACKS NO.
Gary 2.0
Smith 2.0
TEAM 4.0
OPPONENTS 7.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
O'Donnell 6 301 50.2 45.7 4 72 0
TEAM 6 301 50.2 45.7 4 72 0
OPPONENTS 9 430 47.8 43.3 4 57 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Am.Rodgers 4 0 32 8.0 20 0
TEAM 4 0 32 8.0 20 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 7 7.0 7 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Am.Rodgers 2 38 19.0 24 0
TEAM 2 38 19.0 24 0
OPPONENTS 6 140 23.3 30 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Dillon 0 1 0
Myers 1 0 0
Aa.Rodgers 2 0 0
Am.Rodgers 1 1 0
TEAM 4 2 0
OPPONENTS 1 1 2

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 3 21 7 3 0 34
OPPONENTS 14 10 6 3 0 33

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Jones 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Crosby 0 0 0 0 4 4 2 2 40 0 10
Dillon 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Lazard 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 4 2 2 0 4 4 2 2 40 0 30
OPPONENTS 3 1 2 0 3 3 4 4 56 0 30

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Crosby 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0
TEAM 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 1

2022 Minnesota Vikings Roster

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Head Coach: Kevin O'Connell
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Greg Joseph K 6-0 206 08-04-1994 4 Florida Atlantic
2 Alexander Mattison RB 5-11 215 06-19-1998 3 Boise State
3 Cameron Dantzler Sr. CB 6-2 190 09-03-1998 2 Mississippi State
4 Dalvin Cook RB 5-10 210 08-10-1995 5 Florida State
5 Jalen Reagor WR 5-11 197 01-02-1999 2 TCU
6 Lewis Cine SAF 6-2 199 10-05-1999 0 Georgia
7 Patrick Peterson CB 6-1 198 07-11-1990 11 LSU
8 Kirk Cousins QB 6-3 205 08-19-1988 10 Michigan State
9 Trishton Jackson WR 6-1 191 03-09-1998 2 Syracuse
11 David Blough QB 6-1 205 07-31-1995 3 Purdue
12 Nick Mullens QB 6-0 210 03-21-1995 5 Southern Miss
13 Blake Proehl WR 6-1 189 01-12-1996 0 East Carolina
14 Ryan Wright P 6-3 245 06-01-2000 0 Tulane
17 K.J. Osborn WR 5-11 203 06-10-1997 2 Miami (FL)
18 Justin Jefferson WR 6-1 195 06-16-1999 2 LSU
19 Adam Thielen WR 6-2 200 08-22-1990 9 Minnesota State
20 Duke Shelley CB 5-8 183 10-08-1996 3 Kansas State
21 Akayleb Evans CB 6-2 198 06-22-1999 0 Missouri
22 Harrison Smith SAF 6-2 211 02-02-1989 10 Notre Dame
23 Andrew Booth Jr. CB 6-0 194 09-28-2000 0 Clemson
24 Camryn Bynum SAF 6-0 200 07-19-1998 1 California
26 Kene Nwangwu RB 6-1 210 02-09-1998 1 Iowa State
29 Kris Boyd CB 5-11 195 09-12-1996 3 Texas
30 C.J. Ham FB 5-11 250 07-22-1993 6 Augustana
31 Tay Gowan CB 6-2 185 01-07-1998 1 UCF
32 Ty Chandler RB 5-11 204 05-12-1998 0 North Carolina
33 Brian Asamoah II LB 6-0 226 03-29-2000 0 Oklahoma
34 Nick Muse TE 6-5 252 11-25-1998 2022 South Carolina
35 Parry Nickerson CB 5-10 179 10-11-1994 4 Tulane
38 Bryant Koback RB 6-0 210 04-06-1998 2022 Toledo
39 Chandon Sullivan CB 5-11 189 08-07-1996 4 Georgia State
42 Andrew DePaola LS 6-1 229 07-28-1987 10 Rutgers
43 Luiji Vilain OLB 6-4 252 03-10-1998 0 Wake Forest
44 Josh Metellus SAF 5-11 207 01-21-1998 2 Michigan
45 Troy Dye LB 6-3 225 09-18-1996 2 Oregon
46 Myles Dorn SAF 6-2 210 06-25-1998 2 North Carolina
47 William Kwenkeu LB 6-1 235 01-08-1997 0 Temple
48 Chris Garrett OLB 6-4 245 07-15-1998 1 Concordia-St. Paul
50 T.J. Smith DT 6-3 303 04-19-1997 2 Arkansas
51 Jaylen Twyman DT 6-2 285 07-19-1999 1 Pittsburgh
54 Eric Kendricks LB 6-0 232 02-29-1992 7 UCLA
55 Za'Darius Smith LB 6-4 272 09-08-1992 7 Kentucky
56 Garrett Bradbury C 6-3 300 06-20-1995 3 North Carolina State
57 Ryan Connelly LB 6-2 234 10-03-1995 3 Wisconsin
58 Jordan Hicks LB 6-1 236 06-27-1992 7 Texas
60 Josh Sokol C 6-3 290 12-01-1997 0 Sacred Heart
62 Chris Reed G 6-3 314 07-22-1992 7 Minnesota State
63 Vederian Lowe T 6-6 320 04-17-1999 0 Illinois
64 Blake Brandel T 6-7 315 01-23-1997 2 Oregon State
65 Austin Schlottmann OL 6-6 300 09-18-1995 4 TCU
67 Ed Ingram G 6-3 307 02-11-1999 0 LSU
68 Kyle Hinton G 6-2 315 02-27-1998 2 Washburn
71 Christian Darrisaw T 6-5 315 06-02-1999 1 Virginia Tech
72 Ezra Cleveland G 6-6 312 05-08-1998 2 Boise State
74 Olisaemeka Udoh G 6-6 320 02-14-1997 3 Elon
75 Brian O'Neill T 6-7 310 09-15-1995 4 Pittsburgh
79 Kenny Willekes DE 6-3 264 07-22-1997 2 Michigan State
81 Bisi Johnson WR 6-0 210 03-17-1997 3 Colorado State
82 Ben Ellefson TE 6-3 250 09-01-1996 2 North Dakota State
83 Jalen Nailor WR 6-0 190 03-02-1999 0 Michigan State
84 Irv Smith Jr. TE 6-2 240 08-09-1998 3 Alabama
85 Dan Chisena WR 6-3 203 02-25-1997 2 Penn State
86 Johnny Mundt TE 6-4 233 11-23-1994 5 Oregon
87 Travis Toivonen WR 6-4 212 04-22-1998 1 North Dakota
89 Thomas Hennigan WR 6-1 210 08-18-1998 0 Appalachian State
90 Esezi Otomewo DE 6-5 282 12-30-1998 0 Minnesota
91 Patrick Jones II OLB 6-4 264 09-29-1998 1 Pittsburgh
92 James Lynch DT 6-4 295 01-20-1999 2 Baylor
93 Jonathan Bullard DL 6-3 290 10-22-1993 6 Florida
94 Dalvin Tomlinson DT 6-3 325 02-28-1994 5 Alabama
96 Ross Blacklock DT 6-3 307 07-09-1998 2 TCU
97 Harrison Phillips DT 6-3 307 01-25-1996 4 Stanford
98 D.J. Wonnum OLB 6-5 258 10-31-1997 2 South Carolina
99 Danielle Hunter OLB 6-5 263 10-29-1994 7 LSU
Minnesota Vikings

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Teams: MIN

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Cousins 119 74 62.2 758 6.37 5 4.2 3 2.5 64 83.9
TEAM 119 74 62.2 721 6.37 5 4.2 3 2.5 64 83.9
OPPONENTS 111 77 69.4 827 7.84 2 1.8 3 2.7 53t 87.3

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Cook 43 203 4.7 16 1
Mattison 17 72 4.2 10 1
Cousins 3 19 6.3 13 0
Reagor 1 17 17.0 17 0
TEAM 64 311 4.9 17 2
OPPONENTS 87 413 4.7 29 5

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Jefferson 18 246 13.7 64 2
Thielen 13 149 11.5 22 1
Osborn 10 112 11.2 28t 1
Cook 7 37 5.3 14 0
Mundt 7 68 9.7 17 0
I.Smith 7 68 9.7 17 1
Mattison 4 22 5.5 16 0
Ellefson 3 26 8.7 12 0
Ham 3 21 7.0 12 0
Reagor 2 9 4.5 7 0
TEAM 74 758 10.2 64 5
OPPONENTS 77 870 11.3 53t 2

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Hicks 1 19 19.0 19 0
H.Smith 1 0 0.0 0 0
Metellus 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 3 19 6.3 19 0
OPPONENTS 3 21 7.0 19 0

SACKS NO.
Z.Smith 2.0
Wonnum 2.0
Hicks 1.0
Hunter 1.0
Phillips 0.5
Tomlinson 0.5
TEAM 7.0
OPPONENTS 4.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Wright 13 634 48.8 45.0 7 58 0
TEAM 13 634 48.8 45.0 7 58 0
OPPONENTS 11 492 44.7 42.8 6 53 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Reagor 5 0 32 6.4 9 0
TEAM 5 0 32 6.4 9 0
OPPONENTS 6 0 49 8.2 12 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Nwangwu 8 182 22.8 29 0
TEAM 8 182 22.8 29 0
OPPONENTS 6 87 14.5 24 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Cook 1 0 0
Cousins 1 0 0
Ingram 0 1 0
Reagor 1 1 0
Tomlinson 0 0 1
TEAM 3 2 1
OPPONENTS 2 1 1

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 7 31 3 17 0 58
OPPONENTS 14 24 17 0 0 55

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Joseph 0 0 0 0 7 7 3 5 56 0 16
Jefferson 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Cook 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Mattison 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Osborn 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
I.Smith 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Thielen 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 7 2 5 0 7 7 3 5 56 0 51
OPPONENTS 7 5 2 0 7 7 2 5 40 0 48

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Joseph 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 3
TEAM 0/ 0 2/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 3
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 3 0/ 1

2022 Denver Broncos Roster

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Head Coach: Nathaniel Hackett
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 K.J. Hamler WR 5-9 178 07-08-1999 2 Penn State
2 Pat Surtain II CB 6-2 202 04-14-2000 1 Alabama
3 Russell Wilson QB 5-11 215 11-29-1988 10 Wisconsin
4 Brett Rypien QB 6-2 202 07-09-1996 3 Boise State
5 Randy Gregory OLB 6-5 242 11-23-1992 7 Nebraska
6 P.J. Locke SAF 5-10 202 02-12-1997 3 Texas
8 Brandon McManus K 6-3 201 07-25-1991 9 Temple
9 Kendall Hinton WR 6-0 195 02-19-1997 2 Wake Forest
10 Jerry Jeudy WR 6-1 193 04-24-1999 2 Alabama
11 Josh Johnson QB 6-2 201 05-15-1986 14 San Diego
12 Montrell Washington WR 5-10 170 03-14-1999 0 Samford
13 Michael Ojemudia CB 6-1 200 09-12-1997 2 Iowa
14 Courtland Sutton WR 6-4 216 10-10-1995 4 SMU
15 Jalen Virgil WR 6-1 210 07-13-1998 0 Appalachian State
16 Tyrie Cleveland WR 6-2 205 09-20-1997 2 Florida
17 Corliss Waitman P 6-2 210 07-21-1995 2 South Alabama
19 Darrius Shepherd WR 5-11 186 11-01-1995 3 North Dakota State
20 Darius Phillips CB 5-10 190 06-26-1995 4 Western Michigan
21 K'Waun Williams CB 5-9 185 07-12-1991 8 Pittsburgh
22 Kareem Jackson SAF 5-10 183 04-10-1988 12 Alabama
23 Ronald Darby CB 5-11 193 01-02-1994 7 Florida State
25 Melvin Gordon III RB 6-1 215 04-13-1993 7 Wisconsin
26 Mike Boone RB 5-10 206 06-30-1995 4 Cincinnati
27 Damarri Mathis CB 5-11 195 04-12-1999 0 Pittsburgh
28 Damarea Crockett RB 5-11 225 12-22-1997 3 Missouri
29 Faion Hicks CB 5-10 192 09-17-1997 2022 Wisconsin
30 Caden Sterns SAF 6-1 207 11-02-1999 1 Texas
31 Justin Simmons SAF 6-2 202 11-19-1993 6 Boston College
32 Delarrin Turner-Yell SAF 5-11 200 12-16-1999 0 Oklahoma
33 Javonte Williams RB 5-10 220 04-25-2000 1 North Carolina
34 Essang Bassey CB 5-10 190 08-12-1998 2 Wake Forest
35 Ja'Quan McMillian CB 5-10 183 06-04-2000 0 East Carolina
36 Devine Ozigbo RB 6-2 225 10-02-1996 3 Nebraska
40 Justin Strnad LB 6-3 235 08-21-1996 2 Wake Forest
41 Anthony Harris SAF 6-1 192 10-09-1991 7 Virginia
42 Nik Bonitto OLB 6-3 240 09-26-1999 0 Oklahoma
43 Kana'i Mauga LB 6-2 245 01-08-2000 0 USC
45 Christopher Allen OLB 6-4 242 08-12-1998 0 Alabama
46 Jacob Bobenmoyer LS 6-2 235 05-28-1997 2 Northern Colorado
47 Josey Jewell LB 6-1 236 12-25-1994 4 Iowa
49 Alex Singleton LB 6-2 240 12-07-1993 7 Montana State
50 Jonas Griffith LB 6-4 250 01-27-1997 2 Indiana State
52 Netane Muti G 6-3 315 03-27-1999 2 Fresno State
53 Jonathon Cooper OLB 6-3 257 01-08-1998 1 Ohio State
55 Bradley Chubb OLB 6-4 275 06-24-1996 4 North Carolina State
56 Baron Browning LB 6-3 240 02-19-1999 1 Ohio State
57 Billy Turner OL 6-5 310 10-17-1991 8 North Dakota State
60 Luke Wattenberg C 6-5 300 09-10-1997 0 Washington
61 Graham Glasgow G 6-6 310 07-19-1992 6 Michigan
66 Dalton Risner G 6-5 312 07-13-1995 3 Kansas State
69 Tom Compton T 6-5 315 05-10-1989 10 South Dakota
72 Garett Bolles T 6-5 300 05-27-1992 5 Utah
73 Cameron Fleming T 6-6 320 09-03-1992 8 Stanford
74 Casey Tucker T 6-6 315 09-26-1995 3 Arizona State
75 Quinn Bailey T 6-6 323 10-18-1995 3 Arizona State
76 Calvin Anderson T 6-5 300 03-25-1996 3 Texas
77 Quinn Meinerz OL 6-3 320 11-15-1998 1 Wisconsin-Whitewater
78 Will Sherman T 6-4 300 05-27-1999 1 Colorado
79 Lloyd Cushenberry III C 6-3 315 11-22-1997 2 LSU
80 Greg Dulcich TE 6-4 245 03-26-2000 0 UCLA
81 Tim Patrick WR 6-4 212 11-23-1993 5 Utah
82 Eric Saubert TE 6-5 253 05-01-1994 5 Drake
83 Andrew Beck FB 6-3 255 05-15-1996 3 Texas
84 Dominique Dafney TE 6-3 235 06-03-1997 2 Indiana State
85 Albert Okwuegbunam TE 6-5 258 04-25-1998 2 Missouri
86 Vyncint Smith WR 6-3 195 06-09-1996 4 Limestone
87 Eric Tomlinson TE 6-6 263 04-22-1992 7 UTEP
90 Jonathan Kongbo OLB 6-5 255 03-19-1996 2 Tennessee
91 Matt Henningsen DE 6-3 291 05-01-1999 0 Wisconsin
92 Jonathan Harris DL 6-5 295 08-04-1996 3 Lindenwood
93 Dre'Mont Jones DE 6-3 281 01-05-1997 3 Ohio State
94 Aaron Patrick DE 6-4 245 12-21-1996 1 Eastern Kentucky
95 McTelvin Agim DT 6-3 309 09-25-1997 2 Arkansas
96 Eyioma Uwazurike DE 6-6 320 05-06-1998 0 Iowa State
97 D.J. Jones DT 6-0 305 01-19-1995 5 Ole Miss
98 Mike Purcell DL 6-3 328 04-20-1991 9 Wyoming
99 DeShawn Williams DT 6-1 291 12-29-1992 7 Clemson
Denver Broncos

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Teams: DEN

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Wilson 73 43 58.9 559 7.66 2 2.7 1 1.4 67t 86.5
TEAM 73 43 58.9 531 7.66 2 2.7 1 1.4 67t 86.5
OPPONENTS 66 42 63.6 331 5.64 2 3.0 0 0.0 38t 88.7

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
J.Williams 22 118 5.4 17 0
Gordon 22 105 4.8 13 0
Washington 1 19 19.0 19 0
Sutton 1 5 5.0 5 0
Wilson 3 5 1.7 4 0
Jeudy 1 1 1.0 1 0
Beck 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0
TEAM 51 252 4.9 19 0
OPPONENTS 37 156 4.2 26 0

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
J.Williams 12 75 6.3 13 0
Sutton 11 194 17.6 35 0
Jeudy 5 113 22.6 67t 1
Okwuegbunam 5 33 6.6 12 0
Gordon 3 20 6.7 8 0
Beck 2 52 26.0 27 0
Cleveland 2 28 14.0 16 0
Boone 1 2 2.0 2 0
Hinton 1 20 20.0 20 0
Saubert 1 22 22.0 22t 1
TEAM 43 559 13.0 67t 2
OPPONENTS 42 372 8.9 38t 2

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
TEAM 0 0 0.0 0 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 0.0 0 0

SACKS NO.
Chubb 2.0
Dr.Jones 2.0
Gregory 1.0
TEAM 5.0
OPPONENTS 5.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Waitman 6 250 41.7 33.8 2 50 0
TEAM 6 250 41.7 33.8 2 50 0
OPPONENTS 7 369 52.7 43.9 2 64 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Washington 5 0 62 12.4 19 0
TEAM 5 0 62 12.4 19 0
OPPONENTS 1 0 7 7.0 7 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Washington 4 68 17.0 21 0
TEAM 4 68 17.0 21 0
OPPONENTS 4 99 24.8 30 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Gordon 1 0 0
Simmons 0 0 1
J.Williams 1 0 0
TEAM 2 0 1
OPPONENTS 5 4 2

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 6 13 0 13 0 32
OPPONENTS 10 13 3 0 0 26

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
McManus 0 0 0 0 2 2 6 7 50 0 20
Jeudy 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Saubert 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 2 0 2 0 2 2 6 7 50 0 30
OPPONENTS 2 0 2 0 2 2 4 4 49 0 24

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
McManus 0/ 0 3/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 2
TEAM 0/ 0 3/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 2
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 3/ 3 0/ 0

2022 Los Angeles Chargers Roster

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Head Coach: Brandon Staley
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 DeAndre Carter WR 5-8 190 04-10-1993 7 Sacramento State
2 Easton Stick QB 6-1 224 09-15-1995 3 North Dakota State
3 Derwin James Jr. SAF 6-2 215 08-03-1996 4 Florida State
4 Chase Daniel QB 6-0 229 10-07-1986 13 Missouri
5 Joshua Palmer WR 6-1 210 09-22-1999 1 Tennessee
6 Dustin Hopkins K 6-2 193 10-01-1990 9 Florida State
7 Gerald Everett TE 6-3 240 06-25-1994 5 South Alabama
8 Kyle Van Noy OLB 6-3 250 03-26-1991 8 BYU
9 Kenneth Murray Jr. LB 6-2 241 11-16-1998 2 Oklahoma
10 Justin Herbert QB 6-6 236 03-10-1998 2 Oregon
11 Jason Moore Jr. WR 6-3 215 06-23-1995 3 Findlay
12 Joe Reed WR 6-0 224 01-04-1998 2 Virginia
13 Keenan Allen WR 6-2 211 04-27-1992 9 California
15 Jalen Guyton WR 6-1 212 06-07-1997 3 North Texas
16 JK Scott P 6-5 208 10-30-1995 4 Alabama
20 Sony Michel RB 5-11 215 02-17-1995 4 Georgia
22 JT Woods SAF 6-2 193 06-10-2000 0 Baylor
23 Bryce Callahan CB 5-9 188 10-23-1991 7 Rice
24 Nasir Adderley SAF 6-0 206 05-31-1997 3 Delaware
25 Joshua Kelley RB 5-11 212 11-20-1997 2 UCLA
26 Asante Samuel Jr. CB 5-10 180 10-03-1999 1 Florida State
27 J.C. Jackson CB 6-1 198 11-17-1995 4 Maryland
28 Isaiah Spiller RB 6-1 215 08-09-2001 0 Texas A&M
29 Mark Webb Jr. DB 6-1 207 09-10-1998 1 Georgia
30 Austin Ekeler RB 5-10 200 05-17-1995 5 Western Colorado
31 Nick Niemann LB 6-3 244 12-02-1997 1 Iowa
32 Alohi Gilman SAF 5-10 201 09-17-1997 2 Notre Dame
33 Deane Leonard DB 6-0 195 11-20-1999 0 Ole Miss
34 Larry Rountree III RB 5-10 211 02-13-1999 1 Missouri
36 Ja'Sir Taylor DB 5-10 185 01-08-1999 0 Wake Forest
37 Kemon Hall CB 5-11 190 06-02-1997 3 North Texas
39 Michael Jacquet CB 6-2 201 01-29-1997 2 Louisiana
40 Zander Horvath FB 6-3 230 12-10-1998 0 Purdue
41 Raheem Layne SAF 5-11 192 07-02-1999 0 Indiana
42 Troy Reeder LB 6-3 245 09-13-1994 3 Delaware
43 Michael Davis CB 6-2 196 01-06-1995 5 BYU
47 Josh Harris LS 6-1 224 04-27-1989 10 Auburn
48 Stone Smartt TE 6-4 226 10-04-1998 0 Old Dominion
49 Drue Tranquill LB 6-2 234 08-15-1995 3 Notre Dame
52 Khalil Mack OLB 6-3 269 02-22-1991 8 Buffalo
53 Damon Lloyd LB 6-0 235 05-08-1998 1 Indiana (PA)
54 Carlo Kemp OLB 6-3 281 01-01-1998 1 Michigan
56 Morgan Fox DL 6-3 275 09-12-1994 6 CSU-Pueblo
57 Amen Ogbongbemiga LB 6-0 231 09-04-1998 1 Oklahoma State
58 Tyreek Maddox-Williams LB 6-0 228 10-28-1997 0 Rutgers
60 Isaac Weaver C 6-6 310 02-14-1998 0 Old Dominion
62 Andrew Trainer T 6-7 320 12-18-1997 0 William & Mary
63 Corey Linsley C 6-3 301 07-27-1991 8 Ohio State
64 Brenden Jaimes OL 6-5 300 05-28-1999 1 Nebraska
68 Jamaree Salyer G 6-4 325 07-13-2000 0 Georgia
69 Sebastian Joseph-Day DT 6-4 310 03-21-1995 4 Rutgers
70 Rashawn Slater T 6-4 315 03-26-1999 1 Northwestern
71 Matt Feiler G 6-6 330 07-07-1992 8 Bloomsburg
73 Foster Sarell T 6-6 322 08-28-1998 1 Stanford
74 Storm Norton T 6-7 317 05-16-1994 5 Toledo
76 Will Clapp OL 6-5 311 12-10-1995 4 LSU
77 Zion Johnson G 6-3 316 11-18-1999 0 Boston College
78 Zack Bailey T 6-5 300 11-08-1995 3 South Carolina
79 Trey Pipkins III T 6-6 307 09-05-1996 3 Sioux Falls
81 Mike Williams WR 6-4 218 10-04-1994 5 Clemson
82 Richard Rodgers TE 6-4 257 01-22-1992 8 California
83 Michael Bandy WR 5-10 190 12-05-1997 1 San Diego
87 Hunter Kampmoyer TE 6-4 243 02-06-1998 1 Oregon
88 Tre' McKitty TE 6-4 246 01-12-1999 1 Georgia
89 Donald Parham Jr. TE 6-8 237 08-16-1997 3 Stetson
91 Forrest Merrill DT 6-0 322 08-15-1996 1 Arkansas State
92 Joe Gaziano DL 6-4 280 09-27-1996 2 Northwestern
93 Otito Ogbonnia DT 6-4 320 12-03-2001 0 UCLA
94 Chris Rumph II OLB 6-2 244 10-19-1998 1 Duke
95 Christian Covington DL 6-2 300 10-16-1993 7 Rice
96 Breiden Fehoko DL 6-3 300 10-15-1996 2 LSU
97 Joey Bosa OLB 6-5 280 07-11-1995 6 Ohio State
98 Austin Johnson DT 6-4 314 05-08-1994 6 Penn State
99 Jerry Tillery DT 6-6 295 10-08-1996 3 Notre Dame
2022 Kansas City Chiefs Roster

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Head Coach: Andy Reid
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
1 Jerick McKinnon RB 5-9 209 05-03-1992 8 Georgia Southern
2 Ronald Jones RB 5-11 205 08-03-1997 4 USC
4 Chad Henne QB 6-3 230 07-02-1985 14 Michigan
5 Tommy Townsend P 6-1 191 11-12-1996 2 Florida
6 Bryan Cook SAF 6-1 206 09-07-1999 0 Cincinnati
7 Harrison Butker K 6-4 199 07-14-1995 5 Georgia Tech
8 Justyn Ross WR 6-4 210 12-15-1999 0 Clemson
8 Carlos Dunlap II DE 6-6 277 02-28-1989 12 Florida
9 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11-22-1996 5 USC
10 Isiah Pacheco RB 5-10 216 03-02-2000 0 Rutgers
11 Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR 6-4 206 10-10-1994 4 South Florida
12 Shane Buechele QB 6-0 210 01-08-1998 1 SMU
13 Nazeeh Johnson SAF 5-10 199 07-17-1998 2022 Marshall
14 Cornell Powell WR 6-0 204 10-30-1997 1 Clemson
15 Patrick Mahomes II QB 6-2 225 09-17-1995 5 Texas Tech
17 Mecole Hardman WR 5-10 187 03-12-1998 3 Georgia
19 Chris Oladokun QB 6-2 195 09-03-1997 2022 South Dakota State
19 Matt Ammendola K 5-9 195 12-11-1996 1 Oklahoma State
20 Justin Reid SAF 6-1 207 02-15-1997 4 Stanford
21 Trent McDuffie CB 5-11 193 09-13-2000 0 Washington
22 Juan Thornhill SAF 6-0 205 10-19-1995 3 Virginia
23 Joshua Williams DB 6-3 193 10-17-1999 0 Fayetteville State
24 Skyy Moore WR 5-10 195 09-10-2000 0 Western Michigan
25 Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB 5-7 207 04-11-1999 2 LSU
26 Deon Bush DB 6-0 200 08-14-1993 6 Miami (FL)
27 Rashad Fenton CB 5-11 193 02-17-1997 3 South Carolina
29 Chris Lammons CB 5-9 194 01-31-1996 4 South Carolina
30 DiCaprio Bootle DB 5-10 180 09-17-1997 1 Nebraska
32 Nick Bolton LB 5-11 237 03-10-2000 1 Missouri
35 Jaylen Watson CB 6-3 197 09-17-1998 0 Washington State
38 L'Jarius Sneed CB 6-1 192 01-21-1997 2 Louisiana Tech
39 Zayne Anderson DB 6-2 206 01-03-1997 1 BYU
41 James Winchester LS 6-3 209 08-06-1989 9 Oklahoma
43 Jack Cochrane LB 6-3 236 02-09-1999 0 South Dakota
44 Elijah Lee LB 6-3 229 02-08-1996 5 Kansas State
45 Michael Burton FB 5-11 242 02-01-1992 7 Rutgers
46 Jordan Franks TE 6-4 232 02-01-1996 4 UCF
47 Darius Harris LB 6-2 232 01-17-1996 3 Middle Tennessee
48 Cole Christiansen LB 6-1 230 07-30-1997 2 Army
50 Willie Gay LB 6-1 243 02-15-1998 2 Mississippi State
51 Benton Whitley OLB 6-4 260 02-12-1999 0 Holy Cross
51 Michael Danna DE 6-2 257 12-01-1997 2 Michigan
52 Creed Humphrey C 6-4 302 06-28-1999 1 Oklahoma
54 Leo Chenal LB 6-3 250 10-26-2000 0 Wisconsin
55 Frank Clark DE 6-3 272 06-14-1993 7 Michigan
56 George Karlaftis DE 6-4 263 04-03-2001 0 Purdue
57 Orlando Brown T 6-8 340 05-02-1996 4 Oklahoma
59 Joshua Kaindoh DE 6-6 260 12-27-1998 1 Florida State
61 Austin Reiter C 6-3 301 11-27-1991 7 South Florida
62 Joe Thuney OL 6-5 304 11-18-1992 6 North Carolina State
65 Trey Smith OL 6-6 321 06-16-1999 1 Tennessee
66 Mike Caliendo OL 6-4 301 10-21-1997 0 Western Michigan
67 Lucas Niang OL 6-6 315 08-19-1998 2 TCU
70 Prince Tega Wanogho T 6-5 308 11-22-1997 2 Auburn
71 Danny Shelton NT 6-2 339 08-20-1993 7 Washington
73 Nick Allegretti G 6-4 310 04-21-1996 3 Illinois
74 Geron Christian T 6-5 298 09-10-1996 4 Louisville
75 Darian Kinnard T 6-5 322 12-29-1999 0 Kentucky
77 Andrew Wylie G 6-5 304 08-19-1994 5 Eastern Michigan
80 Jerrion Ealy WR 5-8 187 08-19-2000 0 Ole Miss
81 Blake Bell TE 6-6 252 08-07-1991 7 Oklahoma
82 Daurice Fountain WR 6-2 206 12-22-1995 4 Northern Iowa
83 Noah Gray TE 6-3 240 04-30-1999 1 Duke
84 Justin Watson WR 6-2 215 04-04-1995 4 Pennsylvania
87 Travis Kelce TE 6-5 250 10-05-1989 9 Cincinnati
88 Jody Fortson TE 6-4 226 12-07-1995 3 Valdosta State
89 Corey Coleman WR 5-11 193 07-06-1994 6 Baylor
90 Taylor Stallworth DT 6-2 300 08-18-1995 4 South Carolina
91 Derrick Nnadi DT 6-1 317 05-09-1996 4 Florida State
94 Malik Herring DE 6-3 275 11-09-1997 1 Georgia
95 Chris Jones DT 6-6 310 07-03-1994 6 Mississippi State
98 Tershawn Wharton DT 6-1 280 06-25-1998 2 Missouri S&T
99 Khalen Saunders DT 6-0 324 08-09-1996 3 Western Illinois
Los Angeles Chargers

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Teams: LAC

Statistics after 2 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Herbert 82 59 72.0 613 7.48 6 7.3 1 1.2 42 112.5
TEAM 82 59 72.0 605 7.48 6 7.3 1 1.2 42 112.5
OPPONENTS 72 46 63.9 482 7.36 4 5.6 3 4.2 41t 87.2

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Ekeler 28 75 2.7 8 0
Kelley 8 43 5.4 12 0
Michel 11 25 2.3 7 0
Palmer 1 4 4.0 4 0
Herbert 6 2 0.3 3 0
Horvath 1 2 2.0 2 0
TEAM 55 151 2.7 12 0
OPPONENTS 31 157 5.1 52 0

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Ekeler 13 91 7.0 21 0
Williams 10 123 12.3 39 1
Everett 9 125 13.9 26 1
Palmer 7 35 5.0 10 1
Carter 6 119 19.8 35 1
Allen 4 66 16.5 42 0
Horvath 3 7 2.3 5 2
Kelley 3 17 5.7 9 0
McKitty 3 24 8.0 12 0
Michel 1 6 6.0 6 0
TEAM 59 613 10.4 42 6
OPPONENTS 46 530 11.5 41t 4

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Tranquill 1 20 20.0 20 0
Callahan 1 2 2.0 2 0
Samuel 1 0 0.0 0 0
TEAM 3 22 7.3 20 0
OPPONENTS 1 99 99.0 99t 1

SACKS NO.
Mack 4.0
Bosa 1.5
James 1.0
Fox 0.5
TEAM 7.0
OPPONENTS 2.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Scott 10 439 43.9 42.9 4 53 0
TEAM 10 439 43.9 42.9 4 53 0
OPPONENTS 8 439 54.9 50.2 4 74 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Carter 2 0 17 8.5 12 0
TEAM 2 0 17 8.5 12 0
OPPONENTS 4 0 10 2.5 6 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Carter 2 43 21.5 30 0
Kelley 1 15 15.0 15 0
TEAM 3 58 19.3 30 0
OPPONENTS 0 0 0.0 0 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
McKitty 1 0 0
TEAM 1 1 0
OPPONENTS 3 3 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 6 21 14 7 0 48
OPPONENTS 3 7 17 19 0 46

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Hopkins 0 0 0 0 6 6 2 3 43 0 12
Horvath 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Carter 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Everett 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Palmer 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Williams 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
TEAM 6 0 6 0 6 6 2 3 43 0 42
OPPONENTS 5 0 4 0 4 4 4 4 55 0 42

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Hopkins 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 2 0/ 0
TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 2 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 1 0/ 0 1/ 1

2022 Las Vegas Raiders Roster

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Head Coach: Josh McDaniels
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
0 Javelin Guidry CB 5-9 191 08-06-1998 2 Utah
1 Tyron Johnson WR 6-1 193 01-08-1996 3 Oklahoma State
2 Daniel Carlson K 6-5 215 01-23-1995 4 Auburn
3 Jarrett Stidham QB 6-3 215 08-08-1996 3 Auburn
4 Derek Carr QB 6-3 210 03-28-1991 8 Fresno State
5 Divine Deablo LB 6-3 226 08-17-1998 1 Virginia Tech
6 AJ Cole P 6-4 220 11-27-1995 3 North Carolina State
10 Mack Hollins WR 6-4 221 09-16-1993 5 North Carolina
13 Hunter Renfrow WR 5-10 185 12-21-1995 3 Clemson
14 Chris Lacy WR 6-3 205 01-28-1996 4 Oklahoma State
15 Chase Garbers QB 6-2 215 06-06-1999 0 California
16 Dillon Stoner WR 6-0 194 02-06-1998 1 Oklahoma State
17 Davante Adams WR 6-1 215 12-24-1992 8 Fresno State
19 DJ Turner WR 5-9 206 01-18-1997 1 Pittsburgh
20 Isaiah Pola-Mao SAF 6-4 211 06-30-1999 0 USC
21 Amik Robertson CB 5-8 187 07-06-1998 2 Louisiana Tech
22 Ameer Abdullah RB 5-9 203 06-13-1993 7 Nebraska
23 Nickell Robey-Coleman CB 5-8 180 01-17-1992 9 USC
24 Johnathan Abram SAF 6-0 205 10-25-1996 3 Mississippi State
25 Tre'von Moehrig SAF 6-2 202 06-16-1999 1 TCU
26 Rock Ya-Sin CB 6-0 190 05-23-1996 3 Temple
27 Sam Webb CB 6-0 202 05-19-1998 0 Missouri Western
28 Josh Jacobs RB 5-10 220 02-11-1998 3 Alabama
29 Anthony Averett CB 5-11 185 11-30-1994 4 Alabama
30 Duron Harmon SAF 6-0 205 01-24-1991 9 Rutgers
32 Austin Walter RB 5-8 190 08-17-1996 3 Rice
33 Roderic Teamer SAF 6-0 205 05-12-1997 3 Tulane
34 Brandon Bolden RB 5-11 220 01-26-1990 10 Ole Miss
35 Zamir White RB 6-0 215 09-18-1999 0 Georgia
36 Sincere McCormick RB 5-9 205 09-10-2000 0 UTSA
36 Curtis Bolton LB 6-0 228 12-18-1995 3 Oklahoma
37 J.R. Reed DB 6-1 194 03-11-1996 2 Georgia
38 Brittain Brown RB 6-1 205 10-10-1997 0 UCLA
39 Nate Hobbs CB 6-1 195 06-24-1999 1 Illinois
41 Matthias Farley SAF 5-11 210 07-15-1992 6 Notre Dame
43 Micah Kiser LB 6-0 244 01-25-1995 4 Virginia
44 Bryce Cosby CB 5-10 188 03-22-1999 0 Ball State
45 Jakob Johnson FB 6-3 255 12-15-1994 3 Tennessee
46 Isiah Brown CB 6-0 185 04-25-1998 2 Florida International
47 Trent Sieg LS 6-3 240 05-19-1995 4 Colorado State
50 Jayon Brown LB 6-0 226 02-26-1995 5 UCLA
51 Malcolm Koonce DE 6-2 250 06-06-1998 1 Buffalo
52 Denzel Perryman LB 5-11 240 12-05-1992 7 Miami (FL)
53 Billy Price OL 6-4 308 10-12-1994 4 Ohio State
55 Chandler Jones DE 6-5 260 02-27-1990 10 Syracuse
58 Darien Butler LB 5-10 221 02-29-2000 0 Arizona State
59 Luke Masterson LB 6-1 234 01-07-1998 0 Wake Forest
64 Alex Bars OL 6-5 334 09-08-1995 3 Notre Dame
65 Hroniss Grasu OL 6-3 300 08-12-1991 7 Oregon
66 Dylan Parham G 6-3 311 08-24-1999 0 Memphis
67 Lester Cotton Sr. G 6-4 335 02-20-1996 3 Alabama
68 Andre James C 6-4 300 05-02-1997 3 UCLA
69 Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa DE 6-2 270 05-09-1999 0 Notre Dame
71 Justin Herron OL 6-5 305 11-27-1995 2 Wake Forest
72 Jermaine Eluemunor OL 6-4 245 12-13-1994 5 Texas A&M
73 Vitaliy Gurman OL 6-3 306 08-04-1998 0 Toledo
74 Kolton Miller T 6-8 325 09-02-1995 4 UCLA
75 Brandon Parker T 6-8 320 10-21-1995 4 North Carolina A&T
76 John Simpson G 6-4 321 08-19-1997 2 Clemson
77 Thayer Munford Jr. T 6-6 320 09-18-1999 0 Ohio State
78 Jackson Barton T 6-7 302 08-08-1995 3 Utah
80 Jesper Horsted TE 6-3 237 02-27-1997 3 Princeton
83 Darren Waller TE 6-6 255 09-13-1992 7 Georgia Tech
84 Keelan Cole WR 6-1 194 04-20-1993 5 Kentucky Wesleyan
85 Cole Fotheringham TE 6-4 246 10-11-1997 0 Utah
87 Foster Moreau TE 6-4 250 05-06-1997 3 LSU
89 Isaiah Zuber WR 6-0 190 04-15-1997 2 Mississippi State
90 Johnathan Hankins DT 6-3 340 03-30-1992 9 Ohio State
91 Bilal Nichols DT 6-4 290 09-14-1996 4 Delaware
92 Neil Farrell Jr. DT 6-4 325 09-09-1998 0 LSU
94 Jordan Jenkins DE 6-3 259 07-01-1994 6 Georgia
94 Matthew Butler DT 6-4 295 06-10-1999 0 Tennessee
95 Kendal Vickers DT 6-3 295 05-23-1995 4 Tennessee
96 Tashawn Bower DE 6-5 250 02-18-1995 5 LSU
97 Andrew Billings DT 6-1 311 03-06-1995 6 Baylor
98 Maxx Crosby DE 6-5 255 08-22-1997 3 Eastern Michigan
99 Clelin Ferrell DE 6-4 265 05-17-1997 3 Clemson
Kansas City Chiefs

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Teams: KC

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD INT
PASSING ATT. COM PCT YARDS GAIN TD PCT INT PCT LONG RATE
Mahomes 109 74 67.9 857 7.86 8 7.3 1 0.9 53 112.1
Townsend 1 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 39.6
TEAM 110 74 67.3 843 7.79 8 7.3 1 0.9 53 111.1
OPPONENTS 123 84 68.3 682 6.19 7 5.7 1 0.8 39 100.4

RUSHING ATT. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Edwards-Helaire 22 116 5.3 52 1
Pacheco 17 77 4.5 22 1
McKinnon 15 54 3.6 18 0
Mahomes 9 30 3.3 10 0
Burton 2 8 4.0 6 0
Kelce 1 1 1.0 1 0
Valdes-Scantling 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0
Hardman 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0
TEAM 68 279 4.1 52 2
OPPONENTS 73 260 3.6 21 1

RECEIVING NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Kelce 17 230 13.5 35 2
Smith-Schuster 14 178 12.7 53 0
Edwards-Helaire 12 115 9.6 25 2
Valdes-Scantling 10 105 10.5 24 0
Hardman 7 67 9.6 30 1
McKinnon 5 31 6.2 18 1
Gray 4 48 12.0 26 0
Ju.Watson 2 50 25.0 41t 1
Burton 1 2 2.0 2 0
Fortson 1 1 1.0 1t 1
Moore 1 30 30.0 30 0
TEAM 74 857 11.6 53 8
OPPONENTS 84 761 9.1 39 7

INTERCEPTIONS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Ja.Watson 1 99 99.0 99t 1
TEAM 1 99 99.0 99t 1
OPPONENTS 1 -1 -1.0 0 0

SACKS NO.
Bolton 2.0
Dunlap 2.0
Jones 2.0
Sneed 2.0
Clark 1.0
Wharton 1.0
TEAM 10.0
OPPONENTS 2.0

GROSS NET IN
PUNTING NO. YARDS AVG AVG 20 LONG BLK
Townsend 11 611 55.5 49.5 5 74 0
TEAM 11 611 55.5 49.5 5 74 0
OPPONENTS 14 652 46.6 42.1 5 57 0

PUNT RETURNS NO. FC YARDS AVG LONG TD
Moore 8 0 59 7.4 15 0
Hardman 1 0 3 3.0 3 0
TEAM 9 0 62 6.9 15 0
OPPONENTS 4 0 26 6.5 12 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO. YARDS AVG LONG TD
Moore 1 23 23.0 23 0
Pacheco 6 116 19.3 29 0
TEAM 7 139 19.9 29 0
OPPONENTS 6 168 28.0 44 0

OFF. DEF.
FUMBLES/RECOVERIES FUM REC. REC.
Edwards-Helaire 0 1 0
Henne 1 1 0
Mahomes 1 0 0
Moore 1 0 0
Pacheco 2 2 0
Smith-Schuster 2 0 0
Sneed 0 0 1
TEAM 7 4 1
OPPONENTS 5 4 2

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 3 4 OT TOT
TEAM 20 24 24 20 0 88
OPPONENTS 10 17 10 28 0 65

TOUCHDOWNS LONG
SCORING TOT RUS REC RET XP XPA FG FGA FG SAF TOT
Edwards-Helaire 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Kelce 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
Ammendola 0 0 0 0 3 4 3 4 31 0 12
Butker 0 0 0 0 4 4 1 1 54 0 7
Fortson 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Hardman 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
McKinnon 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Pacheco 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Ja.Watson 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Ju.Watson 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
Mahomes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Reid 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1
TEAM 11 2 8 0 8 10 4 5 54 0 78
OPPONENTS 8 1 7 0 6 6 3 3 51 0 57

FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Butker 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1
Ammendola 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 2 0/ 0 0/ 0
TEAM 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 2 0/ 0 1/ 1
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 1

2022 Buffalo Bills Roster

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Head Coach: Sean McDermott
No. Player Pos Ht Wt Born Exp College
2 Tyler Bass K 5-10 183 02-14-1997 2 Georgia Southern
3 Damar Hamlin SAF 6-0 200 03-24-1998 1 Pittsburgh
4 Jaquan Johnson SAF 5-10 191 11-13-1995 3 Miami (FL)
5 Marquez Stevenson WR 5-10 180 03-26-1998 1 Houston
6 Isaiah McKenzie WR 5-8 173 04-09-1995 5 Georgia
7 Taron Johnson CB 5-11 192 07-27-1996 4 Weber State
8 Sam Martin P 6-1 205 02-27-1990 9 Appalachian State
9 Andre Smith LB 6-0 240 04-20-1997 4 North Carolina
10 Khalil Shakir WR 6-0 190 02-03-2000 0 Boise State
11 Matt Barkley QB 6-2 234 09-08-1990 9 USC
13 Gabe Davis WR 6-2 210 04-01-1999 2 UCF
14 Stefon Diggs WR 6-0 191 11-29-1993 7 Maryland
15 Jake Kumerow WR 6-4 209 02-17-1992 7 Wisconsin-Whitewater
16 Isaiah Hodgins WR 6-3 201 10-21-1998 2 Oregon State
17 Josh Allen QB 6-5 237 05-21-1996 4 Wyoming
18 Case Keenum QB 6-1 215 02-17-1988 10 Houston
20 Zack Moss RB 5-9 205 12-15-1997 2 Utah
21 Jordan Poyer SAF 6-0 191 04-25-1991 9 Oregon State
22 Duke Johnson RB 5-9 210 09-23-1993 7 Miami (FL)
23 Micah Hyde SAF 6-0 197 12-31-1990 9 Iowa
24 Kaiir Elam CB 6-1 191 05-05-2001 0 Florida
25 Taiwan Jones RB 6-0 195 07-26-1988 11 Eastern Washington
26 Devin Singletary RB 5-7 203 09-03-1997 3 Florida Atlantic
27 Tre'Davious White CB 5-11 192 01-16-1995 5 LSU
28 James Cook RB 5-11 190 09-25-1999 0 Georgia
30 Dane Jackson CB 5-11 180 11-29-1996 2 Pittsburgh
31 Kyler McMichael DB 6-0 210 03-22-2000 2022 North Carolina
33 Siran Neal CB 6-0 206 08-04-1994 4 Jacksonville State
39 Cam Lewis CB 5-9 183 04-13-1997 3 Buffalo
40 Von Miller LB 6-3 250 03-26-1989 11 Texas A&M
41 Reggie Gilliam FB 6-0 244 08-20-1997 2 Toledo
42 Joe Giles-Harris LB 6-2 240 04-01-1997 3 Duke
43 Terrel Bernard LB 6-1 224 05-07-1999 0 Baylor
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12-22-1992 6 Temple
46 Ja'Marcus Ingram CB 6-2 190 09-02-1997 0 Buffalo
47 Christian Benford CB 6-1 205 09-21-2000 0 Villanova
49 Tremaine Edmunds LB 6-5 250 05-02-1998 4 Virginia Tech
50 Greg Rousseau DE 6-6 266 04-05-2000 1 Miami (FL)
53 Tyrel Dodson LB 6-0 237 06-25-1998 3 Texas A&M
54 Baylon Spector LB 6-0 233 10-20-1998 0 Clemson
55 Boogie Basham DE 6-3 281 12-16-1997 1 Wake Forest
56 Mike Love DE 6-3 255 01-22-1994 4 South Florida
57 A.J. Epenesa DE 6-6 260 09-15-1998 2 Iowa
58 Matt Milano LB 6-0 223 07-28-1994 5 Boston College
60 Mitch Morse C 6-6 305 04-21-1992 7 Missouri
62 Greg Mancz OL 6-4 302 04-23-1992 7 Toledo
65 Ike Boettger G 6-6 313 10-05-1994 4 Iowa
68 Bobby Hart T 6-5 310 08-21-1994 7 Florida State
69 Reid Ferguson LS 6-2 235 03-24-1994 6 LSU
70 Alec Anderson T 6-5 305 10-03-1999 0 UCLA
71 Ryan Bates OL 6-4 302 02-14-1997 3 Penn State
72 Tommy Doyle T 6-8 320 05-06-1998 1 Miami (OH)
73 Dion Dawkins T 6-5 320 04-26-1994 5 Temple
74 Ryan Van Demark T 6-6 307 03-22-1998 0 UConn
75 Greg Van Roten G 6-4 295 02-26-1990 10 Pennsylvania
76 Rodger Saffold III G 6-5 325 06-06-1988 12 Indiana
77 David Quessenberry OL 6-5 310 08-24-1990 9 San Jose State
79 Spencer Brown T 6-8 311 02-28-1998 1 Northern Iowa
80 Jamison Crowder WR 5-9 177 06-17-1993 7 Duke
84 Zach Davidson TE 6-7 245 07-15-1998 1 Central Missouri
85 Quintin Morris TE 6-2 252 01-21-1999 1 Bowling Green
86 Tavon Austin WR 5-8 185 03-15-1990 9 West Virginia
87 Tanner Gentry WR 6-2 209 12-18-1994 5 Wyoming
88 Dawson Knox TE 6-4 254 11-14-1996 3 Ole Miss
89 Tommy Sweeney TE 6-5 251 07-01-1995 3 Boston College
90 Shaq Lawson DE 6-3 265 06-17-1994 6 Clemson
91 Ed Oliver DT 6-1 287 12-12-1997 3 Houston
92 DaQuan Jones DT 6-4 320 12-17-1991 8 Penn State
93 Brandin Bryant DT 6-2 305 09-16-1993 6 Florida Atlantic
94 Prince Emili DT 6-2 300 09-18-1998 0 Pennsylvania
97 Jordan Phillips DT 6-6 330 09-21-1992 7 Oklahoma
98 C.J. Brewer DT 6-2 290 11-22-1997 0 Coastal Carolina
99 Tim Settle DT 6-3 313 07-11-1997 4 Virginia Tech
Las Vegas Raiders

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Teams: LV

Statistics after 3 games

COMP AVG TD