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NFL Recap Week 2

  • September 23, 2020
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Cincinnati Bengals 30 – 35 Cleveland Browns

Joe Burrow is 0-2 in his first two NFL career starts, but the rookie quarterback has looked promising enough to believe there’s a bright future in Cincinnati despite the record. Burrow completed 37 of his 61 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, outdueding Baker Mayfield (16/23, 219 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT) considerably. However, the Bengals didn’t have answers for Nick Chubb, who racked up 124 yards and two scores on the ground, and they also struggled to contain Odell Beckham Jr., who found the end zone for the first time this season while adding four receptions and 74 yards. Tyler Boyd, C.J. Uzomah and Mike Thomas all found the end zone for Cincinnati. The biggest difference in the game was the fact that the Browns mustered 215 rushing yards against Cincinnati’s 68.

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New England Patriots 30 – 35 Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson and Cam Newton delivered an impressive battle under center, but Wilson came out on top of it and led the Seahawks to a five-point win over the Patriots on Sunday Night. Wilson was spectacular in this game, as he completed just 21 of 28 passes for 288 yards, but he tossed five touchdowns against one interception. Newton outdueled him yards-wise with 397 on the air and 47 on the ground — as opposed to Wilson’s 39 rushing yards — but Newton could perform when it mattered the most in the closing stages of the game. It’s worth noting Newton ended the game with three total scores, tossing one touchdown and finding dirt two more times on the ground, while Julian Edelman racked up 179 yards on eight receptions. DK Metcalf paced the Seahawks with four receptions and 92 yards while scoring once — he was one of five Seahawks who recorded a TD catch. New England gained more total yards (464 to 429) but the Seahawks still found a win to win.

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Kansas City Chiefs 23 – 20 Los Angeles Chargers

The Chiefs had to come from behind and needed an overtime period to secure victory over the Chargers on Sunday, in a game where Kansas City always looked uncomfortable and was only rescued by the leg of Harrison Butker, who ended the game converting the three field goal attempts he had, including the longest one being a 58-yarder. Patrick Mahomes wasn’t sharp and only completed 27 of his 47 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns, while Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill each had five receptions and 90-plus yards. Justin Herbert made his first career NFL start and was only a few kicks away from winning — he ended with 311 yards, a score and an interception after completing 23 of 33 passes, while adding 18 yards and a touchdown on four carries. Austin Ekeler chipped in with 93 rushing yards while Keenan Allen mustered 96 yards on seven receptions. The Chargers were up by as much as 17-6 in the beginning of the third quarter, but the Chiefs completed the comeback and outlasted the Chargers with a 58-yard field goal on overtime made by Butker.

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