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NFL: The End Zone



Surprise of the day! Vonte Burfick of the Colts decides to retire at halftime. He said that he just felt his football career was over. “I have never seen anything like that,” said our guru.

Buffalo Bills RB LeSean Mc- Coy left the game against the game against the Chargers with a rib injury. WR Josh Gordon has a shaky past with the Browns for multiple suspensions. Eagles WR Mike Wallace left the game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an ankle injury.

Can you believe we had another tie?” exclaimed Timmy. That’s what happened when the (1-0-1) Minnesota Vikings took on the (1-0-1) Green Bay Packers to a 29-29 tie. Kicker Daniel Carlson missed a 29-yard field goal that could have won the game for the Vikings.

Thursday Night football is back with the (2-0) Bengals defeated the (1-1) Baltimore Ravens 34-23. Ravens QB Joe Flacco was very productive tossing for 376 yards and two scores. A scuffle broke out between the (1-1) Atlanta Falcons and the (1-1) Carolina Panthers as their QB Cam Newton was spearheaded on a play. However, that did not stop the Panthers in their 31-24 win. Newton delivered 335 yards of passing and three touchdowns on the day.

Los Angeles Chargers evened their record at (1-1) defeating the Buffalo Bills 31-20. Chargers QB Phillip Rivers gaining mid-season form tossing for 256 yards and three scores in the victory. In Tennessee it was the (1-1) Titans who edged the (0-2) Texans 20-17. Texans DeShaun Watson delivered 310 yards of passing along with two scores in the loss.

Close but no potatoes as the (0-1-1) Cleveland Browns drop to the (1-1) New Orleans Saints in an aerial shoot out 21-18. Browns QB Tyrod Taylor threw a 60 yard bomb for a score late in the game but not enough for victory. He would finish the day with 246 yards of completions and two scores.

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones partnered with the Chickasaw Nation by joining forces with their 600,000 square foot casino facility. The Chickasaw Casino is the nation’s largest. With the NFL relaxing its grip on Sports betting, it will still receive the revenues from fees in this transaction. “This is a first,” stated the Captain, I hope to see more Native American inclusion especially in the business world.

Miami Dolphins remain undefeated at (2-0) with a 20-12 win over the (1-1) New York Jets. Leading in passing was the Jets rookie QB Sam Darnold with 334 yards and a score in the loss. In Pittsburgh, the Steelers loss a rare home game against the Kansas City Chiefs in an offensive shoot out 42-37.

Chiefs second year QB Patrick Mahomes was unstoppable firing for 326 yards and count them, six touchdowns in the win. “I bet TY Hilton is glad to have his quarterback Andrew Luck back,” noted the Captain. As the (1-1) Indianapolis Colts defeat (1- 1) Washington 21-9. WR TY Hilton hauled in 83 yards of receptions in the win while teammate QB Andrew Luck completed 179 yards and two scores.

Remaining undefeated are the (2-0) Los Angeles Rams who trounced the (0-2) Arizona Cardinals 34-0. Rams QB Jared Goff was electric connecting on 354 yards of passing and a score. Not to leave out his teammate WR Brandin Cooks who roasted the Cardinals secondary with for 159 yards of receptions in the victory.

A see-saw battle between the (1-1) San Francisco 49ers who defeated the (0-2) Detroit Lions 30-27. Niners RB Matt Breida was the star as he rumbled for 138 yards averaging 12.5 yards a rush in the win.

Another thriller in the Mile High City as the (2-0) Denver Broncos edged the (0-2) Raiders 20-19. Broncos QB Case Keenum led a second game-winning drive while tossing for 222 yards. However, it was Broncos undrafted rookie RB Phillip Lind- sey who shined rushing for 107 yards on just 14 carries. Kicker Brandon McManus “sealed the deal” nailing a 28-yard field goal with just six second left on the ticker.

Continuing on the path of football excellence are the (2-0) Jacksonville Jaguars who sought revenge by defeating the (1-1) New England Patriots 31-20. Jaguars QB Blake Bortles was simply on fire as he torched the Patriots defense with 377 yards and four touchdowns of passing. Sunday Night Football featured the (1-1) Cowboys whose defense handed the (0-2) New York Giants another loss by with a 20-13 win. Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliot could only mustard 78 yards on the ground in this contest. On the flip side Giants QB Eli Manning tossed for 279 yards and a score in the loss.

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