NFL Week 1: Highlights, injury updates
Tom Brady connects with Chris Hogan on a 7-yard and yard touchdown in the Patriots' loss. Blake Bortles connects with Austin Seferian-Jenkins on a 4-yard touchdown to give the Jaguars a lead seconds before the half. It was another week dominated by the quarterbacks, as Patrick Mahomes and Ryan Fitzpatrick continued their record-setting starts to the season.
Travis Kelce is the recipient of two touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes in the first half. Jeff Saturday reacts to Patrick Mahomes' 6-TD performance against the Steelers and finding the right player in each situation. Patrick Mahomes talks up all the options the Chiefs have on offense.
James Conner hauls in a one-handed catch on the sideline, but is unable to keep his second foot inbounds. Ben Roethlisberger tosses a yard touchdown just before halftime to James Washington to draw Pittsburgh even. Every team has a chance to win the title, but some of those chances are 0. Here's what each team needs to happen to win it all.
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Week 2 takeaways for every team: Concern for Eagles, Steelers? Bucs' Fitzpatrick tosses 4 TDs in win Matthews: No denying Saquon Barkley's skills, but Giants goofed in drafting him at No.
With an aggressive new identity, Cowboys' defense stymies Giants Dallas sacked Eli Manning six times, including five times off blitzes, as the Cowboys now can depend on their defense to win games. Eli Manning, offensive line make Giants' weapons obsolete. Andrew Luck finally gets some help in first win since season. We don't need Matt Ryan to be Superman, but he was Sunday.
Supporting cast fails Kirk Cousins in intro to Packers-Vikings rivalry. Sam Darnold's Broadway debut: Some promise, too many mistakes. Packers have to show they can win with a gimpy Aaron Rodgers. Sunday a reminder of why the Eagles need Carson Wentz. Saints avoid disaster with first victory, keep Browns waiting. Broncos are , but high-powered opponents will be a big defensive challenge No buzz: Redskins' offense falls flat as year sellout streak ends.
Forget rookie's rough home opener: Elliott's 6-yard TD run cushions Cowboys' lead. This team accepted the challenge Cowboys QB Dak Prescott speaks about accepting the challenge from the Giants and how it wasn't just him, but the whole team. Zeke on long drive: Eli 'confident' in the Giants Eli Manning says he's confident in himself and his teammates, but everyone needs to play on the same page.
Eli flabbergasted after sack Cowboys DT Antwaun Woods swarms in to sack Eli Manning, who is left puzzled as he gets up for the next play. Shurmur senses confidence from Manning Giants coach Pat Shurmur iterates multiple times that he's seen confidence from Eli Manning and that team needs to get better.
Eli takes a huge hit from Smith Eli Manning takes off on 3rd and goal after finding no one to pass to and Jaylon Smith stops Eli in his path with a huge hit. Prescott finds Austin for yard TD Dak Prescott drops a pass deep to Tavon Austin, who breezes into the end zone to complete a yard play.
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