- Glendale, AZ 85305
|Fred Johnson, G||Inactive|
|Roosevelt Nix, FB||Inactive|
|Chukwuma Okorafor, OT||Inactive|
|Vince Williams, LB||Inactive|
|Donte Moncrief, WR||Inactive|
|Brett Toth, OT||Inactive|
|Michael Dogbe, DE||Inactive|
|Lamont Gaillard, C||Inactive|
|Jonathan Bullard, DE||Inactive|
|Ezekiel Turner, LB||Inactive|
|Points Per Game||14.5||22.0|
|Points Allowed Per Game||30.5||25.0|
|Pass Yards Allowed||336.5||328.5|
|Rush Yards Allowed||125.0||149.0|
Jones sparkles in his start, Giants rally past Bucs 32-31
The Daniel Jones era is off to a rousing start for the New York Giants.
Allen throws 4 TDs, Panthers beat Cardinals 38-20
Kyle Allen threw for 261 yards and four touchdowns in place of the injured Cam Newton, Christian McCaffrey ran for a 76-yard touchdown, and the Carolina Panthers beat the Arizona Cardinals 38-20 on Sunday.
Kicking woes resurface as Bucs' blow 18-point lead in 32-31 loss to Giants
Just when it seemed the Bucs' well-documented kicking issues were gone, Matt Gay missed a 34-yarder with :04 seconds left to drop the Bucs to 1-2.
Chargers again plagued by turnover and penalties in another late-game swoon
Many of the things that have haunted the Chargers came back again in Week 3. After leading 17-7, turnovers cost them a chance for a win at home.
Watson, Watt lead way as Texans outlast Chargers, 27-20
Deshaun Watson threw for 351 yards and hit Jordan Akins with two of his three touchdown passes, and J.J. Watt had two of the Texans' five sacks of Philip Rivers in their 27-20 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
Texans lean on QB Deshaun Watson again to pull out another win
Deshaun Watson did his thing Sunday, overcoming first-half hiccups to lead the Texans to yet another dramatic win, this time against the Chargers.