Week Two In Review

Photo taken by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images
Photo taken by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images

Marshawn Lynch powered past San Francisco.


  • The New England Patriots and a frustrated Tom Brady slipped past the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football
  • The Atlanta Falcons edged the St. Louis Rams 31-24 as Falcons RB Steven Jackson squared off against his former team
  • The Baltimore Ravens barely notched a W over the Cleveland Browns 14-6
  • The Buffalo Bills scored a game-winning touchdown in the final ticks of their 24-23 victory over the Carolina Panthers
  • The Chicago Bears snuck past the division foe Minnesota Vikings 31-30 in the Windy City
  • The Green Bay Packers smashed the Washington Redskins 38-20 behind Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ 480 yards and four touchdowns
  • The Houston Texans beat the Tennessee Titans in OT 34-30 after rookie Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins reeled in a pass to seal the deal
  • The Miami Dolphins snagged a quality, 24-20 road win against the Indianapolis Colts in a sophomore signal caller battle
  • The Kansas City Chiefs sloppily surpassed the Dallas Cowboys 17-16; KC starts the year as 2-0
  • The San Diego Chargers beat the speedy Philadelphia Eagles behind WR Eddie Royal’s three touchdowns
  • The Arizona Cardinals beat the Detroit Lions 25-21 in a relatively uncovered game
  • The New Orleans Saints were victorious against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Bucs QB Josh Freeman continues to be unimpressive
  • The Denver Broncos beat the New York Giants 41-23 in Manning Bowl III
  • The Oakland Raiders beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 19-9 in a battle of field goals
  • The Seattle Seahawks squashed the San Francisco 49ers 29-3; the ‘Hawks continue to look very tough to beat
  • The Cincinnati Bengals beat the AFC North foe Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 on Monday Night Football

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