The spirit of James Winston lives in Tampa Bay. Last season, Winston kept Buchanan fans on an emotional roller coaster with 33 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions, a record he has set since 1966. His seven interruptions turned for touchdowns. Tom Brady has confirmed the team a bit in the 3-1 start to the season, and his five touchdown passes on Sunday beat the Los Angeles Chargers. But Brady threw a big-six in the first quarter, giving him an NFL-lead two, which already matched his career high, which he set in 2001 and matched in 2015.
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Seahawks 31, Dolphins23 Russell Wilson deserved a better game than anyone else and a good game for him (360 yards, two touchdowns), but he had a ton of help, Chris Carson battled defensively to deliver a pair of interceptions at 80 yards and two touchdowns at 16 yards and Seattle .
Browns 49, Cowboys38 Doug Prescott was not particularly interested in the passing records he set for his team at the start of season 1-3, saying, “I will return all those yards for another record. I worry about one statistic, it should win, so we don’t need other statistics when we don’t do it. “
Ravens 31, footballers17 Baltimore returned to its usual business after last week’s loss, simultaneously provoking a lower opponent in a performance that was below Ravens’ best gear, but won much easier than the final score thanks to a junk time interception that helped Robert Griffin III reward Washington with seven points.
Buccaneers 38, Chargers 31 Los Angeles took a 24-7 lead with less than a minute to play in the second quarter, when Tampa Bay’s Endamukang Suh forced a stumble that seemed to steal the pace of the game. The turnover led to a quick Buchanan touchdown, and it set the stage for a big comeback hit that Tom Brady completed the touchdown pass for five different recipients.
Bills 30, Riders 23 Like all other buffalo games this season it was played a lot, dominated by Josh Allen, the team struggled defensively and it added to a win. The Bills are 4-0 for the second time since 1992, revealing their third consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
Saints 35, Lions29 The big day offense for New Orleans or the fall of Detroit is not particularly noticeable, but it’s very exciting when the Saints miss six starters and it was an incredibly late night after being one of the team’s players. False positive result in corona virus test.
Vikings 31, Texans23 Minnesota had a lot to be happy about, Dolvin Cook rushing for 130 yards and two touchdowns, both Adam Theelan and Justin Jefferson surpassing 100 yards and the team’s defense is still tough after Harrison Smith was sent off. As for Texas, 0-4: Oops.
Bengals 33, Jaguars 25 Joe Mixon’s availability is uncertain coming into the game due to a chest injury later this week, but he looked very healthy, while at 181 yards on his team’s first win from a total of three touchdowns.
Panthers 31, Cardinals 21 Kyler Murray threw three touchdown passes, but Arizona simply outscored, doing a great job of restricting Carolina’s defensive wide receiver Diandre Hopkins (seven catches for 41 yards) or reducing some with an ankle injury.
Golds 19, Bears 11 A junk time touchdown score seemed to be somewhat close, but the Indianapolis defense completely dominated the game, making Nick Foles look like Mitchell Trobiski, the quarterback he changed.
Rams 17, Giants 9 This is another loss for the Giants – they have become accustomed to it – but some of the lesser-known plays from Los Angeles and some of the Giants ‘quarterback Daniel Jones’ excellent plays had a chance to equalize the game with Big Blue Driving at the last minute. Jones threw an interception that ended the game effectively, but it was only after the Giants were 12-point behind.
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