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When was the last NFL game you saw in which both starting quarterbacks made a catch on back-to-back drives? Well, it happened on Sunday in Nashville, though Marcus Mariota’s reception had better results than Tom Brady’s. Pretty much sums up the day for the Patriots.
Believe it or not, Matt Barkley is tearing it up for the Bills this weekend. Did you even know Matt Barkley was still in the league? Wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t! He’s thrown for over 200 yards and two touchdowns, including this seed to Zay Jones. Sure, his big performance is coming against the Jets, but it’s still gotta feel good for Buffalo fans who have had to watch this Bills’ offense spit up all over itself all year long.
The Cleveland Browns are taking it to the Falcons at home and Nick Chubb delivered a strong blow with this 92-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He put the wheels on full display here.
There’s nothing that brings more pure joy than a Big Man Touchdown and we got one on Sunday thanks to the Buffalo Bills. Offensive tackle Dion Dawkins caught a TD in the first half to help Buffalo go up 24-0 on the Jets. Yes, 24-0. The Bills. Big Man Touchdown.
What a day!
Dez Bryant’s Saints career was pretty much over before it even began, as the wide receiver tore his Achilles in practice before seeing any game action with New Orleans. But that didn’t stop Mark Ingram from giving Dez a tribute on Sunday afternoon when he threw up Bryant’s signature ‘X’ celebration after a touchdown.
The Bears are off to a good start against the Lions in Chicago. Mitchell Trubisky and Allen Robinson connected for a 36-yard touchdown on third down via this bomb from the Bears QB. Quite a nice catch by Robinson in the end zone, too.
The Titans are off to a good start against the Patriots on Sunday, and Corey Davis earned their second TD of the first quarter with this great catch. The emphasis is on “earned,” as Davis fought off a defensive pass interference from Stephon Gilmore to make the over-the-shoulder grab in the end zone.
Get it? Because Ty Hill is gone. The Chiefs wide receiver picked up an early 37-yard touchdown when the Cardinals defense left him wide open in the middle of the field. That’s probably not a strategy Arizona is gonna want to stick with today.