NFL Sunday’s Recap (WEEK TWO)

Yesterday was pretty bizarre, and newsworthy. Just in case you missed anything. ;)

Texans 17 @ Panthers 24 (INCORRECT)
49ers 18 @ Steelers 43 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)
Buccaneers 26 @ Saints 19 (INCORRECT)
Lions 16 @ Vikings 26 (INCORRECT)
Cardinals 48 @ Bears 23 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)
Patriots 40 @ Bills 32 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)
Chargers 19 @ Bengals 24 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)
Titans 14 @ Browns 28 (INCORRECT)
Falcons 24 @ Giants 20 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)
Rams 10 @ Redskins 24 (INCORRECT)
Dolphins 20 @ Jaguars 23 (INCORRECT)
Ravens 33 @ Raiders 37 (INCORRECT)
Cowboys 20 @ Eagles 10 (INCORRECT)
Seahawks 17 @ Packers 27 (PREDICTED CORRECTLY)

Unfortunately, in my #WeeklyFood picks, it was the opposite of last week. I picked the Cowboys to win, and their win saved me and had me win last week. However, I picked against the Cowboys this week, and their victory sealed my fate. To let you know, I’ve already suffered my punishment. When my #WeeklyFood picks are placed up this week, you’ll see the punishment.

Eagles Assessing Everything
Following a 20-10 loss at home versus Dallas, falling into an abysmal 0-2 pit, Chip Kelly’s saying everything will be reevaluated, including their quarterback situation.

Cowboys Contact Kyle Orton
Kyle Orton, who was with Dallas in 2012 and 2013, were contacted by the Cowboys about possibly returning to football. Of course, Orton used the excuse he used back in 2014 to get let go by the team, and that is he’s finished with the sport.

Bruce Arians Confident in CJ2K
There may not be another 2,000 yard season in store for Chris Johnson, but the former Titans and Jets RB will be Arizona’s starter while Andre Ellington’s out.

Browns QB Situation Fuzzy
After Manziel’s 2 TD performance, Mike Pettine’s backing Josh McCown as the starter still. However, once he’s passed concussion protocol, he said the team will reevaluate.

Quarterback Sores
Three quarterbacks on Sunday tossed the pigskin over 50 times, and nine threw it over 40.

DeMarco’s Disappointing Revenge Game
Eagles RB DeMarco Murray played his former team this week, and couldn’t do anything. He had 13 carries and only produced 2 rushing yards. Dallas only gave up 7 rushing yards the entire game (Sam Bradford had 9).

Derek Carr Owns
Carr, a game back after his injury, threw for 351 yards and 3 touchdowns in Oakland’s first win against the Ravens.

Texans OL Jeff Adams (Torn Patella Tendon, season-ending injury)
Bears QB Jay Cutler (Hamstring, questionable for Week 3)
Bills S Aaron Williams (Neck, released from hospital)
Cowboys QB Tony Romo (Broken Collarbone, out 8 weeks)
Eagles LB Kiko Alonso (Knee, Status Unknown)
Eagles LB Mychal Kendricks (Hamstring, Status Unknown)
Giants OT Ereck Flowers (Ankle, Status Unknown)
Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Concussion, Status Unknown)
Falcons RB Tevin Coleman (Broken Rib, week-to-week)
49ers RB Carlos Hyde (Leg Contusion, hopes to play Week 3)
Lions QB Matthew Stafford (Unknown Injury, could miss Week 3)
Packers RB Eddie Lacy (Ankle, hopes to play Week 3)

That’s your NFL Sunday recap and what you needed to know from September 20th. Enjoy Monday Night Football tonight, and have a blessed week!!


2 thoughts on “NFL Sunday’s Recap (WEEK TWO)

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  1. Eagles just learned…should’ve kept Tebow! Now, will the Cowboys be wise enough to pick him up? They have tried it their way for years now since Aikman retired, maybe a shot from the Holy Spirit can help them wrangle things together for the remainder of the season?

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