NFL Week 2: Packers vs. Bears.Cards, Jets and Dolphins Reunite in Second Half

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Second week of 2022 NFL The season continues on Sunday night with the Green Bay Packers looking to win as hosts to the Chicago Bears. In the past, we’ve had great end game games like the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.

Here are the top plays from Sunday’s action:

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Finals: Los Angeles Rams 31, Atlanta Falcons 27

he is on the board

Allen Robinson had little involvement in the Rams’ offense in Week 1.

The second week was a different story.

Hit the jukestick!

Cooper Cup made a crafty move for his second touchdown of the game, extending the Rams’ lead to 28-3.

Falcons make it funny

But Atlanta put up a ferocious rally. After stopping the Rams’ offense late in the fourth quarter, the Falcons blocked a punt and returned it to score. A two-point conversion cut the Rams’ lead to 31-25.

Jalen Ramsey get key intercept

The Rams’ star corner leaped at the goal line as the Falcons attempted to take the lead. I didn’t.

Finals: San Francisco 49ers 27, Seattle Seahawks 7

Trey Lance has been added to cart

Lance was sidelined with an ankle injury.

Jimmy Garoppolo Throw the first touchdown of the season

Substituting for the injured Lance, Garoppolo found Ross Dwelly wide open for the score, extending the 49ers’ lead to 13–0.

Don’t take it too easy yet, 49ers

San Francisco was trying to lead 23-0. But Robbie Gould’s 20-yard chip shot field goal attempt was blocked and came all the way back for a Seattle touchdown. However, the Seahawks failed to pose a threat on offense in a losing game.

Finals: Dallas Cowboys 20, Cincinnati Bengals 17

Cowboys surge to surprising lead

Running back Tony Pollard made a 47-yard run that put the Cowboys right off the Bengals’ goal line. After the review ruled Pollard short, he finished his job on the next play, scoring a touchdown to put Dallas up 14-3.

Bengals tie-up!

After leading double digits for much of the game, Joe Burrow connected with Tee Higgins for a touchdown before completing a pass to Tyler Boyd for a two-point conversion and closing the game. It ended in a draw at 17-17.

The Cowboys pull off an upset!

Cooper Rush led Dallas down the field and set up Brett Maher for a 50-yard field goal to win the game when time expired.

Finals: Denver Broncos 16, Houston Texans 9

Broncos offense looks lackluster Russell Wilson’s home debut

Wilson’s first home game at the Broncos certainly didn’t start out the way he had hoped. I threw an interception off the play.

The Broncos finally enter the end zone

Wilson connected with Eric Saubert for a touchdown to give the Broncos a 13–9 lead.

Finals: Arizona Cardinals 29, Las Vegas Raiders 23, OT

Raiders dominate at the start

Davante Adams scored the Raiders’ first touchdown of the game.In the second touchdown, Las Vegas called on Darren Waller, another big red zone target. He made an impressive 1-for-1 grab of his, giving the Raiders his 17-0 lead.

Kyler dazzles to make it a one-score game

The Cardinals quarterback ran around the field before Entering the endzone with a two-point conversion Cut the Raiders lead to 23-15.

Kyler sends the game into overtime!

The Cardinals quarterback scrambled into the end zone for a touchdown as time expired. After a late game penalty set him back five yards for the two-point conversion, Murray completed an impressive pass to AJ Green to tie the game at 23–23.

Scoop and score for victory!

Hunter Renfrow lost the ball and Cardinals defensive back Byron Murphy picked it up and ran for the winning touchdown in overtime, completing Arizona’s comeback.

Finals: Miami Dolphins 42, Baltimore Ravens 38

that’s one way to start the game

Devin DuVernay returned home the opening kickoff for the Ravens.

Another long Ravens TD

Ravens receiver Rashod Bateman took a 75-yard slant pass from Lamar Jackson to give Baltimore a 14–7 lead over Miami.

Lamar takes off

Jackson took off for a 79-yard touchdown run to give the Ravens a 3-score lead.

the dolphin is back

Tagovailoa hit Tyreek Hill for a 48-yard touchdown to keep the Dolphins within one.

dolphin strikes back

Tagovailoa attacked Hill again. This time it was a 60-yard touchdown to tie the game at 35.

Dolphins make 21-point comeback

Tagovailoa hit Waddle for the game-winning touchdown with 14 seconds remaining.

Finals: Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Indianapolis Colts 0

jaguar preemptive strike

Trevor Lawrence connected with Christian Kirk to put the Jaguars on the board.

jaguar cooking

James Robinson tallied a 37-yard score to give the Jaguars a 14-point lead.

Finals: Detroit Lions 36, Washington Commanders 27

Lions start strong

Jared Goff lifted the safety and hit Amon La St. Brown for Detroit’s first touchdown of the game.

Lions score first half of second half

After another Washington touchdown, Dandre Swift found a way to reach Detroit’s end zone to bring the lead back to two.

Finals: New York Jets 31, Cleveland Browns 30

Browns, Jets Trading TD

Jacoby Brissett hit Amari Cooper for Cleveland’s second touchdown of the game.

jet to live

Flacco connected with Corey Davis for a 66-yard touchdown to make it a one-score game with 1:22 remaining.

Jets stun Browns!

After recovering an onside kick, the Jets carried the ball onto the field, culminating in Flacco finding Garrett Wilson for the game-winning touchdown.

Finals: New England Patriots 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 14

patriots play

Nelson Agholor made an impressive jump ball grab to give the Patriots a 10-3 lead before halftime.

steelers show life

Pittsburgh answered with New England’s second touchdown of the game as Mitchell Trubisky gave Pat Freielmuth an 8-yard score. The Steelers made his conversion two points.

Finals: New York Giants 19, Carolina Panthers 16

Panthers score first TD of game

Baker Mayfield found DJ Moore in the end zone as the Panthers opened the scoring.

the giants will be back soon

Daniel Jones hit Daniel Bellinger for a 16-yard score, the first touchdown of the game in New York.

Finals: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20, New Orleans Saints 10

fight!

A brawl broke out in the fourth quarter, with Mike Evans and Marshon Lattimore ejected.

Buccaneers take the lead

Brady hit Breshad Perryman for a 28-yard passing touchdown to give Tampa Bay the lead.

Buccaneer takes the lead

Mike Edwards returned home a Jameis Winston interception to give the Buccaneers a 20-3 lead.

Can Prescott come back early?

The Dallas Cowboys lost to Tampa Bay in Week 1, and quarterback Dak Prescott also lost with a thumb injury. FOX Sports’ NFL reporter Jay Glazer reported on Sunday that Prescott’s injury is less serious It’s as bad as it was originally thought, with the Cowboys holding back on the deal.

“Fractures [at the] I put a plate in the base of my thumb,” Glaser explained. The question after that is how long it takes for his grip to come back. And when his grip returns, how long will it take him to hold onto it and throw the tight spiral he wants. I’ve heard reports of 4-6 weeks, 6-8 weeks, but I don’t know. “

FOX Sports NFL analyst and former Saints head coach Sean Payton explained how Brady’s arrival in Tampa Bay changed the NFC South at FOX NFL Kickoff.

“Remember when Tampa signed Tom Brady, they weren’t a threat to be honest, they got attention in the division,” Peyton said. “I have never seen anything happen so quickly in a year. One signing meant so much to the team. He really brought trust and leadership to an organization that lacked trust. It changed a lot of things because it brought the .. as well as someone who was able to help get other players.”

Meanwhile, the reigning champions, the Los Angeles Rams, are recovering from a Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills, 31-10. FOX Sports NFL analyst Charles Woodson questioned Rams cornerback Jaren Ramsey’s efforts from Week 1 at FOX NFL Kickoff.

“When you look at that tape and you see a guy running by him on the field, that’s not what top corners do in the game,” Woodson said. We’ll never see a man walk past you in a movie. It’s a matter of effort.

Charles Woodson and ‘Fox NFL Kickoff’ crew question Jalen Ramsey’s efforts in Rams’ Week 1 matchup

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