Buffalo Bills Dominance: Super Bowl Favorites Secure Second Convincing Win

2022-09-20 07:00:00

Status: 09/20/2022 07:18 a.m

Super Bowl favorite Buffalo Bills has cemented their status in the NFL with their second convincing win of the season.

In the first home game, the Bills beat the Tennessee Titans in the US professional football league on Monday evening (09/19/2022/local time) 41:7. Quarterback Josh Allen had a strong evening, just like he did at the start against the defending champion Los Angeles Rams, ending up with four touchdown passes and a total of 317 yards in the air. Stefon Diggs caught three of the touchdowns, catching a total of 148 yards of passes. “We had some guys with incredible moves, Stefon Diggs was incredible,” Allen said.

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There was concern over a head injury to defenseman Dane Jackson, who collided with a Bills teammate in the second quarter and had his neck visibly craned backwards. The game was then suspended for almost ten minutes. Jackson was eventually taken to a hospital.

Eagles beat the Vikings

In the second game of the evening, the Philadelphia Eagles won their home game against the Minnesota Vikings 24:7. Quarterback Jalen Hurts was man of the game with three total touchdowns. He got two himself, and made Quez Watkins’ one possible with a pass. In all, he threw for 333 yards. The Eagles are one of just six teams in the NFL who are undefeated after two games.

Brady’s Buccaneers win heated game

Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers won a heated game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday – including two dismissals. The Buccaneers won 20-10 (0-3) because they could rely primarily on their defense, which got three interceptions against Saints quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston, who also used to play for Tampa Bay, had a lot of problems along with his offense.

Brady and colleagues had them too, because the Saints-Defense had also had a good day, but because the old star didn’t make any serious blunders, it wasn’t that important. Brady, who was missing two of his best receivers in Chris Godwin and Julio Jones anyway, only had the complete “second guard” at his disposal towards the end: Mike Evans, also wide receiver for the “Bucs”, was there because of a scuffle Opponent Marshon Lattimore has been sent off. As is Lattimore himself. The success put Tampa Bay on two wins from two games, and it was New Orleans’ first loss of the season.

Amon-Ra St. Brown towers against Washington

Amon-Ra St. Brown remains one of the outstanding players of the season so far. The German wide receiver of the Detroit Lions caught two touchdowns in the victory over the Washington Commanders and was one of the guarantors for Detroit’s first win of the season. St. Brown had already caught a touchdown from quarterback Jared Goff the previous week. The game ended with 36:27 (22:0) for Detroit. Washington’s race to catch up came too late. Both teams now have one win and one loss.

Incredible comeback for the Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins managed to catch up in an impressive way. At halftime, the Dolphins were 7:28 behind the Baltimore Ravens. But because quarterback Tua Tagovailoa kept finding Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle with his passes and the two together came up with an incredible 361 yards and four touchdowns, the Dolphins turned the game around. The 42:38 ensures that the Dolphins remain unbeaten and the Ravens left the field as losers for the first time this season.

The Jacksonville Jaguars managed a big surprise. The worst team of the previous season won 24:0 (17:0) against the Indianapolis Colts, which are actually highly traded. Colts quarterback Matt Ryan threw three interceptions and struggled without his injured best receiver Michael Pittman, while Trevor Lawrence, number one pick in the previous draft, made 25 of 30 passes for Jacksonville, including two touchdowns.

San Francisco wins and loses Trey Lance

Quarterback Trey Lance broke his ankle and will be out with the San Francisco 49ers for the remainder of the season. That’s what coach Kyle Shanahan said after the 27:7 win against the Seattle Seahawks. Jimmy Garopplo, who lost his starting spot in the summer and was down to number two, replaced Lance against Seattle and is now back as San Francisco’s starting quarterback. Lance had already injured himself in the second attack.

Raiders lose despite a 20-0 half-time lead

The Las Vegas Raiders around Stuttgart’s Jakob Johnson gave up a victory they believed to be safe in a wild game. Despite leading 20-0 at halftime, the Raiders lost 23-29 to the Arizona Cardinals after overtime. The Raiders had never conceded a 20-point lead in the National Football League. Only with the last play did the Cardinals equalize and forced overtime. A dropped ball made the difference as the Cardinals carried it into the end zone.

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