Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season is underway, and we’ve got you covered with all the action from around the league!
A few teams collected their first win of the season, including the Giants in a historic comeback win, while many, including Dallas, San Francisco and Miami, kept their hot streaks alive.
Here are the top moments!
FINAL: Miami Dolphins 24, New England Patriots 17
Goal line stand
The Pats D stepped up on Miami’s first possession, forcing the Fins into a field goal despite clawing their way into the red zone.
Set ’em down
The Dolphins offense was the talk of the league last week, but its defense came away with a big stop on third down to set the down.
The Patriots looked stellar on their second drive, as Mac Jones completed four of his five pass attempts, but Bradley Chubb made an enormous play from behind on a short dump-off, forcing a fumble and giving Miami the ball back at the start of the second quarter.
Punching it in
The Fins flew down the field after the turnover, traveling 73 yards in 11 plays to take a 10-0 lead early in the second.
Too fast for you
Tyreek Hill is an absolute handful for defenses to deal with, and he flashed his lethality again by sliding into the end zone on a quick out route. The nifty TD grab put Miami up 17-3 just before the half.
Speed of my own!
We’ve got a blocked field goal alert! Speed was all over the field Sunday night, and Brenden Schooler put his on display with a big play late in the third for the Pats.
The Pats made some waves downfield near the end of the third quarter, but Xavien Howard reared himself in a major way with a massive interception at the goal line.
Early in the fourth quarter, the Pats riled the home crowd up with a number of tough scrambles from Mac Jones, who converted a third-and-15 with his legs before connecting with Hunter Henry for a TD.
Down 17-10, Pats rookie Christian Gonzalez made a heady play on a deep shot intended for Hill, leaping in front of the Dolphins’ big-play wideout for a pick.
The Fins’ D rallied to stop New England on the ensuing drive though, and Mostert waltzed past the pylon on Miami’s next possession to put it up two scores.
Keeping it close
Jones continued his mobile magnificence, guiding the Pats 75 yards in nine plays to bring them back within a touchdown.
It won’t count!
The Dolphins struck a 55-yard field goal attempt wide left, which bought New England the ball back with just over two minutes to play.
The Pats did all they could to gain a first down on this fourth-and-four. After hauling in a reception from Jones, Mike Gesicki looked dead to rights when he was swarmed by a slew of Dolphins defenders.
He rattled off a pitch to lineman Cole Strange, who looked as if he reached the yard marker, but his effort came up just short. The wild play was New England’s last of the night, as Miami made off with a 24-17 victory.
FINAL: Washington Commanders 35, Denver Broncos 33
Broncos running early
At the start of the game, Washington missed a field goal on its opening drive, and Denver quickly capitalized. On the third play of the ensuing drive, Jaleel McLaughlin ran in a 5-yard score for the Broncos.
Letting it rip!
Washington connected on a field goal, but then Denver pushed its lead to two scores. After Commanders linebacker Jamin Davis committed a roughing the passer penalty on the first play of the drive, Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson hooked up with wide receiver Marvin Mims Jr. for a 60-yard touchdown.
Let Russ cook?
After forcing a Washington three-and-out, Denver put another touchdown on the board when Wilson got the ball to wide receiver Brandon Johnson, who ran into the end zone for a 16-yard score.
Davis knocked the ball out of Wilson’s possession, and linebacker Cody Barton fell on the loose ball for Washington. Nine plays later, quarterback Sam Howell hit tight end Logan Thomas for a goal-line touchdown. The Commanders then converted a two-point conversion.
Howell hit wide receiver Terry McLaurin for a game-tying, 30-yard touchdown early in the third quarter.
Washington missed a field goal, which was followed by Denver making a field goal. Then the Commanders took their first lead of the game. Four plays after Brian Robinson Jr. ripped a 27-yard run, the running back punched in a 2-yard score for Washington.
After forcing a three-and-out, Washington took its biggest lead of the day. On the eighth play of the drive, Robinson ran in a 15-yard touchdown, giving the Commanders a 35-24 lead.
ABSURD catch offset
Down 35-27 with the ball on the 50-yard line and three seconds remaining in the game, Wilson launched a Hail Mary pass that bounced off multiple helmets and into the hands of Johnson in the end zone for a touchdown. With that said, Denver didn’t convert the two-point attempt and lost.
FINAL: New York Giants 31, Arizona Cardinals 28
Cardinals strike first
Kicker Matt Prater missed a 55-yard field goal for Arizona, and New York followed with a three-and-out. Then the Cardinals broke the ice as running back James Connor ran in a 4-yard touchdown.
I got this!
On first-and-10 from the Giants’ 23-yard line, Cardinals quarterback Joshua Dobbs took matters into his own legs, running for a first down and then going through contact for a touchdown.
INT leads to FG
After getting into Cardinals territory, Giants quarterback Daniel Jones’ pass went off the hands of running back Saquon Barkley and into the arms of safety Jalen Thompson, who ran the interception back to the Giants’ 34-yard line.
Giants show life
On the first play of the second half, Jones unloaded a deep ball to wide receiver Jalin Hyatt for a 58-yard gain. Two plays later, Jones ran in a 14-yard touchdown.
Having it their way
The Cardinals came right back down the field with Dobbs hitting wide receiver Marquise Brown for a goal-line touchdown and then running in a two-point attempt.
Giants back in it
Barkley finished off New York’s next drive with a rushing touchdown and then the back caught a pass from Jones and dived for the pylon for a 9-yard touchdown on its next drive. The Giants trailed 28-21.
After getting another stop, the Giants came down the field and tied the game. On the fifth play of the drive, Jones hit wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins for an 11-yard touchdown.
Barkley hobbled off the field late in the fourth quarter with an injury.
Giants pull off 21-point comeback!
After trailing 28-7 in the third quarter, New York took the lead when kicker Graham Gano connected on a 34-yard field goal with 19 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
FINAL: San Francisco 49ers 30, Los Angeles Rams 23
On the 11th play of the opening possession of the game. 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey sawed through the Rams defense for a 14-yard touchdown.
On the third play of San Francisco’s next possession, McCaffrey took off for a 51-yard carry, which later led to a field goal.
Los Angeles scored a field goal on its first possession, and then it evened up the scoreboard after the San Francisco field goal. On the eighth play of the drive, quarterback Matthew Stafford got the ball out to running back Kyren Williams, who ran into the end zone for the 6-yard score.
Mr. Red Zone
After forcing the 49ers to punt, the Rams put together a 13-play touchdown drive that ended with Williams running in a 4-yard score.
With the ball on the Los Angeles 1-yard line and one second remaining in the first half, San Francisco kept the offense on the field, and Purdy sneaked it into the end zone.
Just flip it
After kicker Jake Moody made a 57-yard field goal and the 49ers forced a three-and-out, they extended their lead to two scores. On the seventh play of the drive, Purdy got the ball out to Deebo Samuel, who evaded multiple tackles for an 11-yard score. The 49ers led 27-17.
FINAL: Dallas Cowboys 30, New York Jets 10
Strong start for Dallas
The Cowboys put together a 12-play touchdown drive to open the game that ended with quarterback Dak Prescott hitting tight end Jake Ferguson for a 4-yard score.
Fake punt alert!
While they ended up punting later in the drive, the Jets pulled off a fake-punt-run late in the first quarter when Ashtyn Davis moved the chains with a 4-yard carry.
Jets break through
Down 10-0 in the second quarter, Jets quarterback Zach Wilson threw a bullet to Garrett Wilson in traffic, and the wide receiver ran through the Cowboys defense for a 68-yard touchdown.
Prescott hit tight end Luke Schoonmaker for a goal-line touchdown late in the first half. Then the Cowboys converted a two-point conversion after a penalty put the ball on the 1-yard line. Dallas then put four field goals on the board in the second half.
FINAL: Atlanta Falcons 25, Green Bay Packers 24
Sneaking in there
After Atlanta got a field goal on the board, Green Bay reached the end zone when Jordan Love got the ball out to wide receiver Jayden Reed, who ran around Atlanta’s defense for a 9-yard touchdown.
Second-year players connect
Rolling to his left, Falcons quarterback Desmond Ridder hit wide receiver Drake London for a goal-line touchdown, tying the game at 10 apiece.
Refusing to go down
Love flicked a pass to Dontayvion Wicks for a first down, but then the wide receiver broke out of a pair of tackle attempts for a 32-yard touchdown.
Love in a groove
Love and Reed hooked up for another score late in the third quarter. This time around, it was a 10-yard touchdown.
Ridder with the legs
Faced with a fourth-and-4 at the Green Bay 6-yard line, Ridder ran in a touchdown to get Atlanta back within one score.
Falcons take the lead!
After getting a field goal, the Falcons forced the Packers to go three-and-out. Then faced with a fourth-and-1 on the Green Bay 23-yard line, running back Bijan Robinson picked up a first down to keep the drive alive for Atlanta. Later in the drive, kicker Younghoe Koo made a 25-yard field goal, giving the Falcons a 25-24 lead with 57 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
FINAL: Seattle Seahawks 37, Detroit Lions 31 (OT)
Seattle gave the ball to running back Kenneth Walker seven times on the opening possession of the game, and the second-year back finished off the drive with a goal-line score.
On the seventh play of the ensuing drive, quarterback Jared Goff hit wide receiver Josh Reynolds for a 22-yard touchdown.
Flea flicker alert!
Goff hooked up with wide receiver Kalif Raymond on a 36-yard flea flicker touchdown pass.
Jared Goff connects with Kalif Raymond on a 36-yard FLEA-FLICKER TD to give the Lions the lead vs. the Seahawks
Seahawks making plays
Two plays after linebacker Uchenna Nwosu stripped the ball out of Lions running back David Montgomery’s possession and defensive end Jarran Reed recovered the loose ball, Walker ran in a 3-yard touchdown for the Seahawks.
Seahawks take the lead
Mongtomery ran in a touchdown for the Lions later in the third quarter before eventually leaving the game with a thigh injury. Then the Seahawks retook the lead in the fourth when quarterback Geno Smith hit wide receiver Tyler Lockett for a goal-line score.
Seahawks cornerback Tre Brown picked off Goff and ran the ball back 40 yards for the touchdown.
Lions force overtime!
Goff hit Reynolds for a touchdown, which was followed by the Lions forcing a three-and-out. Then they got in field goal range for kicker Riley Patterson, who made a 38-yard field goal to send the game to overtime.
Seahawks win in overtime!
Seattle won the overtime coin toss, and it won the game on the opening possession of overtime. On the ninth play of the drive, Smith, going to his right, hit Lockett, who got in the end zone for the walk-off touchdown.
FINAL: Indianapolis Colts 31, Houston Texans 20
I can run it
On the 10th play of the opening possession, Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson took off for an 18-yard rushing touchdown.
Again: I can run it
One play after defensive end Dayo Odeyingbo strip-sacked Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud, Richardson ran in a 15-yard touchdown for the Colts.
Stroud gets TD No. 1
Stroud hit wide receiver Nico Collins, who made a leaping grab, in the back of the end zone for an 8-yard touchdown.
Texans’ C.J. Stroud throws his first career TD to Nico Collins for eight yards
Richardson out for the game
The Colts quarterback left the game with a concussion and won’t return. Gardner Minshew came in at quarterback.
Colts are rolling
Zach Moss ran in an 11-yard score earlier in the second quarter, and then Minshew hit tight end Kylen Granson, who broke the plane for the touchdown before halftime. The Colts led 28-10.
FINAL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27, Chicago Bears 17
Running’ around and in
With the ball on the opposition’s 1-yard line, Bears quarterback Justin Fields ran in a goal-line score.
Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield got rid of a deep ball before getting crushed, and wide receiver Mike Evans hauled in the pass and thundered down the field for a 76-yard gain. Three plays later, Rachaad White ran in a 4-yard touchdown.
Contested TD grab
Mayfield threw up a pass to Evans, and the wideout came down with a 32-yard touchdown grab in traffic.
Baker Mayfield hits Mike Evans for a 32-yard touchdown to extend the Buccaneers’ lead over the Bears
Still in it
Fields hit wide receiver Chase Claypool for a 20-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter.
With the Bears backed up at their own 6-yard line, Buccaneers linebacker Shaquil Barrett picked off Fields and ran it in for the touchdown.
FINAL: Buffalo Bills 38, Las Vegas Raiders 10
Raiders start strong
On the fifth play of the opening possession of the game, Jimmy Garoppolo hit Davante Adams, who took off in the red zone for the 16-yard touchdown.
Capitalizing on turnover
Buffalo went three-and-out after the Las Vegas score, but then linebacker Terrel Bernard picked up Garoppolo. Seven plays later, Latavius Murray powered in a 4-yard score for the Bills.
Bills offense gets going
Josh Allen hooked up with tight end Dawson Knox for a touchdown early in the second quarter, and then the Buffalo quarterback hit Khalil Shakir for an 11-yard score shortly before halftime. The Bills led 21-10.
What a pick!
Bills linebacker Matt Milano pulled off a remarkable interception late in the third quarter, which later led to a field goal.
FINAL: Baltimore Ravens 27, Cincinnati Bengals 24
The Gus drive
Gus Edwards had a 17-yard run on the opening possession of the game for the Ravens, and the running back finished off the drive with a goal-line score.
Run it back
Rookie wide receiver Charlie Jones ran a punt back 81 yards for a Cincinnati touchdown.
Cincinnati was on the verge of taking the lead before quarterback Joe Burrow was intercepted by Baltimore safety Geno Stone, who ran the pick out to the Baltimore 38-yard line.
Ravens flicking it
On the first play after the interception, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson hit wide receiver Zay Flowers on a 52-yard deep ball, as shown below. Three plays later, Jackson hit tight end Mark Andrews for a 3-yard touchdown.
Strong Bengals response
After the interception and subsequent touchdown, the Bengals came back with a 13-play touchdown drive, which ended with Burrow hitting wide receiver Tee Higgins for a 3-yard score.
Ravens get it back
Faced with a third-and-5, Jackson hit wide receiver Nelson Agholor for a 17-yard touchdown.
FINAL: Kansas City Chiefs 17, Jacksonville Jaguars 9
Richie James muffed a punt inside Kansas City’s own red zone, and Tim Jones recovered the loose ball for Jacksonville, who later got a field goal.
After forcing Jacksonville to turn the ball over on downs late in the second quarter, Kansas City took advantage of the optimum field position. On the seventh play of the drive, quarterback Patrick Mahomes hit Skyy Moore for a 9-yard touchdown.
What a catch!
Jaguars wide receiver Calvin Ridley came down with an absurd catch, which led to a field goal before halftime.
Rolling to his right, Mahomes hit his favorite target, Travis Kelce, for the red zone touchdown.
Chiefs put it away
Kansas City put the finishing touches on the road win when Mahomes found Moore downfield for a 54-yard completion. The Chiefs then ran the clock out.
FINAL: Tennessee Titans 27, Los Angeles Chargers 24 (OT)
Up 3-0 in the second quarter, Justin Herbert avoided multiple sacks attempts and hit wide receiver Keenan Allen for an 8-yard touchdown. More importantly, Herbert then hit offensive tackle Trey Pipkins III for the two-point conversion.
On the first play of the ensuing possession, quarterback Ryan Tannehill hit wide receiver Treylon Burks for a 70-yard completion, getting the Titans in the red zone. Two plays later, Derrick Henry ran in a goal-line score for Tennessee.
Takes it in himself
Tannehill ran in a 12-yard touchdown for the Titans on the opening possession of the second half.
Hit the open man
Allen found a hole in Tennessee’s defense, and Herbert hit him for the 12-yard score.
Titans strike back
Tannehill hit wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for a go-ahead touchdown with 2: 22 remaining in the fourth quarter. Then the Chargers came down the field, and Cameron Dicker connected on a 33-yard field goal to send the game to overtime.
Titans win in overtime!
The Chargers went three-and-out on their first possession of overtime, and then the Titans came down the field, and kicker Nick Folk made a walk-off 41-yard field goal.
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