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Midnight Views Wk.2


Week 2 of the NFL has gone and come. We saw two hall of fame quarterbacks in Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger leave the game with injuries. The Steelers may have found their future with Mason Rudolph but it wasn't enough to beat the Seattle Seahawks who are only going to get better as players return from injury and suspension. The Redskins, Steelers, Giants, Dolphins, Jaguars, Broncos, Bengals, and Panthers are 0-2, essentially making week 3 a must win. Ravens, Bills, Cowboys, Packers, Chiefs, Rams, Patriots, Seahawks,and 49ers are now 2-0.

Cowboys vs Redskins- 31-21 Cowboys: Dallas is in full control against lesser teams, which is exactly what you want to see from a team with February aspirations

Colts vs Titans- 19-17 Colts: Maybe life won't be so bad without Andrew Luck.

Seahawks vs Steelers- 28-26 Seahawks: Seattle is just warming up.

Bills vs Giants- 28-14 Bills: The Giants front office and coaching had no idea what they were doing in the off-season, and its showing so far through the first 2 weeks.

Patriots vs Dolphins- 43-0 Patriots: 2 down, 17 to go

Jaguars vs Texans- 13-12 Texans: Jaguars need a new head coach, immediately.

Vikings vs Packers- 21-16 Packers: Did Kirk Cousins forget how to football?

Chargers vs Lions- 13-10 Lions: These are the Chargers we know and love, always finding a way to lose.

49ers vs Bengals- 41-17 49ers: 49ers played much better today, but I have no idea how good or bad Jimmy Garoppolo is going to be.

Cardinals vs Ravens- 23-17 Ravens:

Chiefs vs Raiders- 28-10 Chiefs: Mahomes numbers don't even make sense anymore.

Saints vs Rams- 27-9 Rams: Yes Drew Brees was injured during this game, but the Rams were winning this game regardless.

Bears vs Broncos- 16-14 Bears: Heartbreaking loss for Denver; Chicago needs a new quarterback

Eagles vs Falcons- 24-20 Falcons: This was a pretty and ugly game all at once.



WEEK 2 BY THE NUMBERS:

Passing leaders

  1. Patrick Mahomes (30-44 443 YDS 4 TDS)

  2. Kyler Murray (25-40 349 YDS 0 TDS)

  3. Cam Newton (25-51 333 YDS 0 TDS)

  4. Matt Ryan (27-43 320 YDS 3 TDS 3 INTS)

  5. Russel Wilson (29-35 300 YDS 3 TDS 0 INTS)

Rushing Leaders

  1. Dalvin Cook 20 Carries (154 yards 1 TD)

  2. Matt Breida 12 Carries (121 yards)

  3. Lamar Jackson 16 Carries (120 yards)

  4. Aaron Jones 23 Carries (116 yards 1 TD)

  5. Ezekiel Elliot 23 Carries (111 yards 1 TD)

Receiving Leaders

  1. Demarcus Robinson (6 catches 172 yds 2 TDS)

  2. Tyler Boyd (10 catches 122 yds)

  3. Chris Godwin 8 catches (121 yds 1 TD)

  4. Cooper Kupp (5 catches 120 yds)

  5. Kenny Golladay (8 catches 117 yds 1 TD)

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