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ASHBURN, Va. — When Dwayne Haskins takes the field for the Washington Redskins’ first offensive snap Sunday at the Buffalo Bills, he’ll be the fourth rookie to start a game in the NFL this season.

Unlike fellow first-round picks Kyle Murray of the Arizona Cardinals and Daniel Jones of the New York Giants, it won’t be because the organization dubbed it Haskins’ time. It’ll be more like Cheap Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys
sixth-rounder Gardner Minshew, who was thrust into action Week 1 after Nick Foles was injured.

Despite using the 15th overall pick on Haskins in part because he went to high school with owner Dan Snyder’s son, the Redskins — through two coaches now — have been reluctant to hand the keys to him. Journeyman Case Keenum won the starting job out of training camp, when it was obvious Haskins was talented but not ready, and since-fired coach Jay Gruden turned first to longtime backup Colt McCoy.

Keenum’s concussion against Minnesota forced Haskins into his second relief appearance of the season. Interim coach Bill Callahan on Friday named Haskins the starter, but this is certainly not a declaration.

“Case is our quarterback and that’s where we’re rolling right now,” Callahan said this week. “I really believe at the beginning of the year, Case earned the starting quarterback position. He was voted captain by his teammates, certainly deserving, certainly our starting quarterback. So, we’re not confusing the issue here: Case is our starter and if he’s healthy and ready to play this Sunday, he will be going forward.”

With that and plenty of almost fatherly advice from older teammates, Haskins will try to improve on 12 of 22 passing for 140 yards and four interceptions in games against the Giants and Vikings. Asked the next step in his progression, the Ohio State product said: “First start. We’ll see how it goes from there.”

“Every day is a challenge,” Haskins said. “Every game is a challenge. Every time I put my helmet on it’s a challenge. Looking forward to conquering that challenge every day.”

There were times in camp when Haskins showed the rocket arm that threw for 4,831 yards and 50 touchdowns last season at Ohio State, along with plenty of evidence he’s more of a long-term project.

Redskins players haven’t been shy to challenge Haskins before, during and after his struggles in limited pro action. Even though running back Adrian Peterson took issue with a report he told Haskins to get his nose in the playbook and prove people wrong who think he doesn’t know plays, he agreed with the assertion that one particular throw against Minnesota wasn’t the rookie’s best.
The NFL season moves at a relentless pace.

Thirteen days ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were reminded of just how fragile the window to contend is when MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes suffered what could have been a devastating knee injury.

Fast-forward two weeks later and Mahomes was a limited participant at Chiefs practice on Wednesday.

Mahomes has yet to be officially ruled out for Sunday’s matchup with the Minnesota Vikings.

While it’s still more likely that Matt Moore starts this week, Chiefs fans are praying that Mahomes can return to full strength and help them contend this season.

In order for that to happen, Kansas City needs to be patient with its star quarterback.

With back-to-back games against a pair of top-10 defences over the next two weeks, it will be very interesting to see if Mahomes returns sooner than expected.

Meanwhile, it will be Tom Brady and the New England Patriots against Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in one of the most highly anticipated prime time matchups of the year so far on Sunday Night Football (TSN, CTV2: 7 pm ET / 4 pm PT).

Over the last two weeks, Jackson became the first quarterback in NFL history to rush for 100 yards and a touchdown in back-to-back games.

He also joined Michael Vick and Russell Wilson as the only quarterbacks to register three games with at least 100 rushing yards in a single season all-time.

Remember, he still has nine games to add to that total.

In 25 years as a head coach, Bill Belichick’s defences have never allowed a quarterback to run for 95 yards or more in a single game.

Watching Jackson go up against a Patriots defence that is off to a historically incredible start in prime time will be must-see television.

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Deshaun Watson ranks sixth in the NFL in big-time throw percentage this season among quarterbacks with at least 215 total pass attempts, per Pro Football Focus.

Who is the quarterback listed two spots ahead of Watson on the list of the best deep ball throwers this season?

Gardner Minshew III.

Watson and Minshew will go head-to-head for the first time on Sunday.

With a win, Minshew could at least temporarily move the Jaguars ahead of Houston in the AFC Wild Card standings – something that would have seemed unthinkable when he took over for an injured Nick Foles in Week 1.

Then again, the NFL moves at a relentless pace.

We are just trying our best to keep up.

With the first eight weeks of regular season football in the books, it seems like we have a large enough sample size to debut my first set of Power Rankings.

Here is a look at my top five teams in each conference heading into Week 9:

AFC Power Rankings

New England Patriots (8-0)

You were expecting somebody else? Right now in the AFC, it’s the perfect Patriots and then everybody else. New England is 8-0 for the third time in franchise history, which means they are guaranteed to finish .500 or better for the 19th consecutive season. The Patriots defence has held opposing quarterbacks to a lower passer rating than either the 2000 Baltimore Ravens or 1985 Chicago Bears, while allowing fewer points per game and fewer total yards per game than either of those defences through eight games. While it’s easy to point to a relatively weak schedule so far, the Patriots’ win streak is actually technically now at 13 in a row dating back to last year’s Super Bowl-winning run. In fact, dating back to the start of the 2018 season New England is now 6-0 against opponents featured in these Power Rankings.

Indianapolis Colts (5-2)

Indianapolis ranks below the Chiefs, Texans and Ravens in DVOA per Football Outsiders, but has already registered wins over Kansas City and Houston to climb ahead of both of those teams in the AFC standings. Jacoby Brissett ranks just 32nd in positively graded throws per Pro Football Focus, with 53.2 per cent of his total passing yards coming after the catch. Still, the Colts have thrived thanks in large part to coaching and some impressive depth on both sides of the football. Indianapolis has earned the No. 2 spot on this list, even if it’s only temporary.

Houston Texans (5-3)

The Texans are 1-2 against opponents in these Power Rankings and 4-1 against everybody else. Houston already beat the Chiefs in Kansas City. The Texans could very well be 6-2 with wins over a couple of teams in these Power Rankings if it wasn’t for the poor game management that cost them in a Week 1 loss to the New Orleans Saints in which Will Lutz made a 58-yard, game-winning field goal in the final minute. J.J. Watt’s season-ending injury hurts. Still, Houston has already proven it can compete with some of the best in the NFL this season.

Kansas City Chiefs (5-3)

Only New England owns a better DVOA than Kansas City in the AFC this season. Still, the difference between the Patriots and Chiefs is a whopping 17.9 per cent. Looking past the injury to Mahomes, there are legitimate concerns about the Kansas City defence and the team’s inability to run the football. While Mahomes is talented enough to make up for those issues when he’s fully healthy, it’s hard to ignore the fact that the Chiefs are now 0-4 against the other teams in these Power Rankings dating back to last year’s playoff loss to New England.

Baltimore Ravens (5-2)

The Ravens rank third in the AFC in DVOA behind only the Patriots and Chiefs. Still, Baltimore has just one win over a team with a winning record this season. The Ravens lost to Kansas City in Week 3, then suffered a double-digit defeat at the hands of the Cleveland Browns in Week 4. Baltimore could certainly move up these rankings with a win over New England on Sunday Night Football. We should get a better idea of how good this Ravens team is over the next five weeks. After all, four of their next five opponents are currently listed in these Power Rankings.

NFC Power Rankings

San Francisco 49ers (7-0)

As is the case with the Patriots, San Francisco can only beat the teams they play. The lone remaining undefeated NFC team ranks first in the NFL in DVOA per Football Outsiders, in large part because of a defence that has allowed a league-low 224.4 total yards per game. The 49ers held the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams to 48 net passing yards in Week 6, then limited the Carolina Panthers to just 100 in Week 8. With four more games against teams in these Power Rankings, San Francisco will get ample opportunities to prove they deserve this ranking.

New Orleans Saints (7-1)

The fact that the Saints are 7-1 despite losing Drew Brees for nearly six full weeks is impressive. Teddy Bridgewater might not have led New Orleans to a Super Bowl win, but he did just enough to keep the Saints in contention for the NFC’s top seed and home field advantage for the playoffs. New Orleans is now 5-0 in one-score games this season. The countdown is on to a Week 14 showdown with the 49ers at the Superdome.

Green Bay Packers (7-1)

It’s been incredible to watch what Aaron Rodgers has done this season in a completely new offence and without his top wide receiver Davante Adams over the past couple of weeks. Still, the Packers have posted only a slightly better DVOA than the Saints have without Brees for the most part this season. Green Bay has only two wins over teams listed in these Power Rankings this season and one of them was last week’s 31-24 victory over the Chiefs without Mahomes. The Packers will travel to San Francisco in Week 12. By the time that game is over, we should have a better idea of where both teams rank in the NFC.

Dallas Cowboys (4-3)

Critics will point to losses to New Orleans, Green Bay and the New York Jets in particular as obvious reasons why Dallas shouldn’t be on this list. However, two of those losses came against teams ranked ahead of the Cowboys in these Power Rankings. When you consider the impact that the return of wide receiver Amari Cooper as well as tackles Tyron Smith and La’El Collins had in last week’s 37-10 win over Philadelphia, it’s a little easier to understand why Dallas struggled without them. The Cowboys still rank second in the NFC in DVOA behind only the 49ers, per Football Outsiders. They are getting healthy just in time for next week’s showdown with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football.

Minnesota Vikings (6-2)

There was some debate concerning which team deserved the final spot on this list between the Vikings, Seahawks and the Rams. In the end, Minnesota earned this spot based in large part on what it has done over the past four weeks. Following a brutal start to the season that included losses to Green Bay and the Chicago Bears, the Vikings have put together four straight wins, outscoring their opponents by an average of 31.8 to 17.3. Minnesota and Seattle are both 6-2. However, the Seahawks are a missed field goal by Greg Zuerlein away from being 0-3 against opponents listed in these Power Rankings. Plus, four of Seattle’s six wins have been by four points or less, including narrow victories over the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers. Considered by many to be their greatest weakness, Kirk Cousins has been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL since Week 5. The Vikings have also produced a slightly better DVOA than the Packers, Saints, Seahawks and Rams in the NFC, which helped solidify their spot as the No. 5 team on this list.
“It don’t take a rocket scientist to see that,” Peterson said. “He’s got it incredible arm. He can throw the ball. All he’s got to do is put a little more zip on it, we got a first down, now we’re going for a touchdown. It’s simple things. It’s nothing major.”

Veteran left tackle Donald Penn told Haskins, “try to get in your (play)book.” And linebacker Jon Bostic offered advice along similar lines.

“I’ve talked to him several times,” Bostic said. “I make sure I tell him before every game he should have a notebook on every co-ordinator that he’s playing, regardless if you’re in there or not. Because teams will change, players will change, but co-ordinators won’t. The system is going to be the same. So start learning these guys now. You’re watching and everything. I was like: ‘You should be taking these mental reps on the sidelines and take them seriously. You should be going through every read.’”

Haskins has been getting starting QB snaps at practice since Callahan took over for Gruden, who was criticized for not putting more energy into developing him despite coaching for his job.

After the loss to the Vikings dropped the Redskins to 1-7, Callahan said Haskins could learn some valuable things about game management.

“I think the big thing is situational awareness and knowing where we are at on the field — trajectory of throws, fundamental techniques, those rotations and follow through,” Callahan said. “Getting in and getting out of the huddle, really working the offence at an upbeat tempo where he can have time at the line of scrimmage. Sometimes just not letting the clock run down on him.”

The clock is running down on a lost season in Washington, but Callahan said he’s getting no direction from president Bruce Allen or anyone in the front office about developing players for the future. He has likened Haskins’ situation to Steve Young sitting behind Cheap Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys
Joe Montana and Aaron Rodgers behind Brett Favre.

Keenum is not a future Hall of Famer, but the Redskins don’t want to hurry Haskins into action before he’s ready, even at the expense of not knowing yet what he can do.

“In all fairness, if we say hey, we are going to put Dwayne in there and see how he does, in some respects, I think he needs a little bit more work,” Callahan said. “I think time is invaluable where he can sit back and learn from quarterbacks like Case and Colt as well as players like (injured QB Alex Smith) who is around the building.

“It is a fine line. We are trying to win games still. Our dynamic is tough and it is challenging. We are doing the best we can in a tough scenario and we are trying to find a way to win a game.”

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ASHBURN, Va. — Standout left tackle Trent Williams is back at the Washington Redskins’ practice facility, but there’s no certainty that he’ll play at all this season.

Williams didn’t practice Wednesday, less than 24 hours after reporting following a lengthy holdout. Interim coach Bill Callahan said the 31-year-old failed his physical and couldn’t practice because of discomfort with his helmet.

“All I know is the helmet wasn’t comfortable, little discomfort in there,” Callahan said.

Williams previously had a growth on his head removed, and the dispute that led to his holdout centred on Washington’s medical staff and its handling of that situation. The Redskins announced they got a roster exemption for the seven-time Pro Bowl selection, who was not in the locker room when it was open to reporters.

Callahan, who was offensive line coach before taking over for the fired Jay Gruden, said he spoke with Williams for an hour and added he took part in morning meetings.

“For me, I’m just happy to see him around here and back with the team,” right tackle and friend Morgan Moses said. “Whatever he has to do upstairs, that’s what he has to deal with, and knowing him he’ll get it right.”
The NFL trade deadline window is closed, but we could see some deals still trickle in provided they were completed prior to 4pm et/1pm pt

Rams reportedly trade CB Talib to Dolphins
The Los Angeles Rams have traded five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib and a fifth-round pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a future draft pick, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Trade: Rams are trading CB Aqib Talib AND a fifth-round pick to Miami for a future pick, per source.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
Rams now can try to use some of the salary they save from Aqib Talib on trying to re-sign Jalen Ramsey.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
Schefter points out with Talib now out of the picture, the Rams can try and use some of the cap space that’s been saved to try and re-sign recently acquired star corner Jalen Ramsey.

Talib, 33, is currently on injured reserve with a rib injury but may possibly return later in the season.


Cowboys reportedly in talks to acquire S Adams from Jets
According to multiple reports, the Dallas Cowboy have engaged in talks with the New York Jets to acquire Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams. However, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the price the Jets are asking for “a lot” in return for Adams.

From our pre-Trade Deadline show: The #Cowboys are in talks with the #Jets on S Jamal Adams, but NYJ is asking for “a lot.” Duh. pic.twitter.com/9CQhg7QR67

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 29, 2019
ESPN’s Ryan Clark said Jets’ S Jamal Adams would like to go home to Texas and play for the Cowboys.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2019
ESPN’s Ryan Clark, who like Jamal Adams, is an alumni of LSU, says the third-year safety would like to play for his hometown Cowboys.


Jets reportedly open to trading RB Bell
Le’Veon Bell and the 1-6 New York Jets have struggled this season, and as a result, the running back’s short stint with the team could reportedly be coming to an end today, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

“The Daily News has learned that Gang Green is amenable to dealing the perennial Pro Bowl running back for the right price before the 4 p.m. trade deadline,” Mehta wrote. “Although it’s unclear what that price tag has been during discussions, there are legitimate buyers. The Jets would unload a big salary as general manager Joe Douglas looks to reshape the roster.”

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The 27-year-old has recorded just 349 rushing yards and one touchdown this season. His 3.2 yards per carry is the worst average of any of his previous seven seasons in the NFL. After holding out for all of the 2018 season because the Pittsburgh Steelers would not give him the contract he wanted, the three-time Pro Bowler signed a four-year deal worth a reported $52.5 million with the Jets last March.


Will Washington move holdout tackle Williams?
After months of reportedly not being interested in trading seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams, Washington has changed its stance according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Williams, who has spent his entire career with Washington, has been holding out since last off-season.

Sources: The #Redskins are now open to dealing star LT Trent Williams. They have begun the process of looking at potential suitors, and the #Browns have been one. Unclear how high they set the asking price, but they’ll at least listen.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 28, 2019
Washington, per Rapoport, has begun the process of looking at potential trade partners for Williams with the Cleveland Browns among the group. It is believed that Washington is seeking a first-round pick as compensation for the tackle.


Asking price for Lions CB Slay is reportedly very high
Two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay has reportedly been made available for trade by the Detroit Lions, but according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the price for Slay is very high.

From @gmfb: The #Lions’ asking price for CB Darius Slay has remained incredibly high so I don’t see him getting traded today, nor has there been any indication #Giants CB Janoris Jenkins is on the move. #NFLTradeDeadline #AsOfRightNow pic.twitter.com/7mMEPkvAaP

— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 29, 2019
The Eagles have been attached to Slay in rumours but Garafolo reports that Eagles general manager Howie Roseman is unlikely to want give the Lions the compensation they’re seeking, which the NFL Insider likens to what the Jaguars got in their deal with the Los Angeles Rams for star cornerback Jalen Ramsey. The Rams gave up two-first round picks and a fourth-rounder to get Ramsey.


Giants CB Jenkins isn’t fazed by deadline
Rumours have circulated that the New York Giants could be looking to deal cornerback Janoris Jenkins, but the veteran player says he isn’t concerned about possibly getting shipped out.

“I don’t give a f*** what they do,” Jenkins said of the trade rumours following the Giants’ loss to the Detroit Lions last Sunday. “I just came to play football like I do every week. Whatever happens, happens.”


Jets reportedly willing to trade WR Anderson for the right price
The New York Jets are open to trading to wide receiver Robby Anderson for the right price, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Anderson is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season. He has 21 catches for 309 yards and one touchdown through seven games this season and has compiled 176 receptions for 2,589 yards and 16 touchdowns over his four-year career.

“I can’t call it, it’s a business…God forbid that was my last game as a Jet, it would be disappointing to go out like this” – @youngamazing9 pic.twitter.com/90YEp3MwmD

— Jets Videos (@snyjets) October 28, 2019
Callahan was noncommittal about whether Williams would play for Washington this season. Multiple outlets reported this week that Williams had no intention of playing.

“I’m hopeful that he does,” Callahan said. “I think his heart is in the right spot. I think Trent loves football. There’s nobody that loves football more, that’s into it, that studies the game, that really gets into the matchups and is challenged by the matchups. There’s no question that he has a love and a passion for playing football.”

The Redskins are 1-7 yet did not make any moves before the trade deadline Tuesday. Williams reported shortly after the deadline passed.

“You don’t want to see a guy like that leave the franchise,” Moses said. “Obviously there’s a point they have to come to and make moves. I’m glad he’s here.”

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“Trent, yeah, pretty cool dude,” Haskins said. “I’m actually taller than him. Whether he admits or not, that’s pretty cool. But it was nice to meet him for the first time. I hope I get to talk to him.”

NOTES: No. 1 QB Case Keenum was limited in practice and is still in the concussion protocol. Callahan has said Keenum will start if he’s cleared. … RB Adrian Peterson (ankle) did not practice but is expected to play at Buffalo.

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have placed wide receiver Josh Gordon on the injured reserve due to his knee injury.

The 28-year-old hurt his knee in the Patriots Week 6 game against the New York Giants while he was making a tackle after a Tom Brady interception.

Despite being placed on the IR, Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated’s The MMQB is reporting that Gordon’s knee injury is “minor” and is expected to be medically cleared soon.

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Source says Patriots WR Josh Gordon expects to be medically cleared soon, and that his knee injury is “minor”. I was told he ran 22 MPH on the treadmill during a rehab session today.

Once he’s cleared, he hopes to be released off of IR and sign with a new team.

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Breer adds that he was told Gordon ran 22 MPH on the treadmill during a rehab session on Wednesday.

ESPN’s Filed Yates added that the Patriots could negotiate an injury settlement off of IR with Josh Gordon, this would make him a free agent and allow him to sign with a team and play again this season.

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One possibility to mention/update: the Patriots could negotiate an injury settlement off of IR with Josh Gordon, which would then open the door to him signing with another team and paying again this season once healthy. https://twitter.com/fieldyates/status/1187108396178083840 …

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Source: the Patriots have placed WR Josh Gordon on IR. His season is over due to a knee injury.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills might be off to their best start in 11 years and sit second in the overall AFC standings, trailing only New England.

What’s difficult to judge is how good these 5-1 Bills really are based on their considerably soft opening schedule — four of their first six opponents currently have two or fewer wins. Then there’s how inconsistent they were in requiring a fourth-quarter comeback to beat the winless Cheap Miami Dolphins Jerseys
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It was a game Sunday in which Buffalo’s defence allowed a season-high 21 points to an opponent that had been outscored 180-42 over its first five games. And Buffalo’s offence gained a season-low 305 yards against a defence allowing a league-worst average 440 yards, and missing its top lineman after Christian Wilkins was ejected on the second play from scrimmage.

It’s no wonder coach Sean McDermott spent part of Monday outlining everything the Bills need to work on, from tackling to blocking to catching.

“A lot of things, as you saw in the game, we’ve got to get cleaned up this week,” McDermott said, looking ahead to Buffalo continuing its three-game homestand in facing Philadelphia (3-4) on Sunday.

The concern is the Bills can’t continue their inconsistencies and get away with beating better opponents.

That was evident in a 16-10 loss to New England in a game the offence turned the ball over four times and squandered a sterling defensive output in which Buffalo limited the Patriots to what remains a season-low 224 yards offence.

On the bright side, Buffalo has shown resilience in overcoming its mistakes and taking advantage of those made by their opponents.

Four of the Bills’ five victories have been decided with the team tied or trailing in the fourth quarter.

Buffalo can chalk up two wins on missed kicks.

The Bills’ season-opening 17-16 win over the New York Jets came in a game Kaare Vedvik missed an extra-point and 45-yard field goal attempt. In a 14-7 win at Tennessee in Week 5, Titans kicker Cairo Santos missed all four field-goal attempts including two from inside 40 yards.

Buffalo’s inconsistencies have been so consistent, postgame news conferences usually feature a coach or player excusing a lapse.

Quarterback Josh Allen has on several occasions apologized for being careless with the ball.

On Sunday, it was McDermott, who opened by saying: “Obviously, the first half wasn’t up to our standard.”

There’s no telling what that standard might be just yet, and Buffalo’s upcoming schedule hardly represents a formidable gauntlet.

With games against Washington (1-6) and the Dolphins over the next month, Buffalo won’t face an opponent currently owning a winning record until travelling to Dallas (4-3) on Thanksgiving Day.

WHAT’S WORKING

A run-by-committee rushing attack which has topped 100 yards in six straight games and ranks seventh in the league in averaging 135.8 yards per game despite ranking 18th with 167 carries.

WHAT NEEDS HELP

A slow-starting offence that has scored just 21 points in the first quarter and 10 in the third. Against Miami, Buffalo settled for a pair of field goals on its first two drives, and was blanked in the third quarter for the fourth time this season.

STOCK UP

Cornerback Tre’Davious White, whose second-half interception and forced fumble led to Buffalo scoring two touchdowns in overcoming a 5-point deficit. White’s 14 second-half takeaways are the most since the first-round draft pick entered the NFL in 2017.

STOCK DOWN

Third-string linebacker Maurice Alexander, who struggled playing in place of injured starter Matt Milano and primary backup Corey Thompson.

Miami finished with a season-best 109 yards rushing after managing just 291 in its first five games.

INJURED

Rookie WR Duke Williams is being evaluated with a right shoulder injury. … CB Kevin Johnson has what McDermott called “a stinger” after initially being treated for a head injury.
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The news comes one day after New England acquired WR Mohamed Sanu from the Atlanta Falcons.

In six games this season, Gordon had 20 catches for 287 yards and one touchdown.

If New England cuts him following Tuesday’s trade deadline Gordon will have to go on waivers. Meaning the Miami Dolphins would get the first chance to claim him, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

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The wide receiver was first-team All-Pro in 2013, leading all players with 1,646 receiving yards – the 14th highest total in a single season in NFL history. But a lot has happened since his stellar 2013 season as Gordon struggled to stay on the field due to several off-field issues.

The star wide out missed all of 2015 and 2016 due to violation of the league’s substance abuse policy. Gordon returned to action in Nov. 2017, and after just one game in 2018 he was traded by Cleveland to New England, where he found success. In 11 games he brought in 40 receptions, three touchdowns and averaged 18.0 yards per reception.

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Duke Williams stopped dreaming of scoring his first NFL touchdown some three years ago, when the receiver essentially walked away from football.

Williams had no desire to continue playing after going undrafted in 2016 and then being cut by the Los Angeles Rams before the start of the season.

And it sure looked as if the NFL had no interest in a once-promising player with a checkered past after Williams was kicked out of Auburn five games into his senior season following a bar fight in which he broke a teammate’s jaw.

“I wasn’t thinking about football no more,” Williams said Monday, when he rejoined the Cheap Buffalo Bills Jerseys
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Williams has made the most of second chances during a career arc that has impressed and surprised many, including him.

He spent two years in Edmonton, Alberta, where he led the Canadian Football League with 1,579 yards receiving last season. He signed with Buffalo in January but was among the team’s final cuts in August.

Williams then went from spending the first four weeks on Buffalo’s practice squad to scoring the decisive touchdown in a 14-7 win at Tennessee in his NFL debut as a 26-year-old rookie on Oct. 8.

With Buffalo facing third-and-3 from Tennessee’s 7, Williams burst inside and had a step on a defender to make a two-handed grab of Josh Allen’s pass with 9:46 remaining.

“Never give up. Never give up,” Williams said.

“I had my days and my doubts, like, ‘Man, this is not going to work out,’” he added. “But at the end of the day, I overcame adversity and it made me the man who I am today. I don’t regret nothing.”

He finished catching all four passes thrown in his direction for 29 yards, and was second among Bills receivers in playing 50 snaps as he took over the slot receiver’s role previously held by Zay Jones.

Williams’ performance was so encouraging, the Bills traded Jones — a former second-round pick — to Oakland the following day for a 2021 fifth-round draft pick.

General manager Brandon Beane said Williams’ promotion was likely going to cut into Jones’ playing time. Beane added he had previously turned down trade offers for Jones dating to the preseason.

“I think it was timing more than anything, but it helps to know the guy you brought up came in and it wasn’t too big for him, but I never thought it would be for Duke,” Beane said.
It’s Week 6 of the 2019 NFL season. With the halfway mark fast approaching, here’s one thing each of the league’s 32 teams and football fans should be thankful for this weekend:

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New England has allowed a league-low 6.8 points per game this season. That number includes 14 points off a special teams fumble returned for a touchdown and a pick-six against the New York Jets. The actual Patriots defence has allowed an average of 4.0 points per game. For perspective, the 2000 Baltimore Ravens allowed an average of 10.3 points per game. The 1985 Chicago Bears gave up 12.4 points per game. That isn’t to say that this defence is as good as either of those units. It certainly helps that four of their first five opponents have a combined 1-17 record.

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New York Jets (0-4): A Healthy Quarterback

Maybe things would have been different for the Jets if Sam Darnold never contracted mono. Or, maybe not. But after watching Luke Falk average 109.0 passing yards over his last two starts, Jets’ fans will be thankful just to see Darnold return in time for Sunday’s date with the Dallas Cowboys.

Miami Dolphins (0-4): Tanking

Miami’s entire offence has 900 total yards through four games. Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has 866 total yards. A Dolphins tank is legitimate. However, with a long list of top quarterback prospects eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft, including Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, all will be forgiven if Miami lands a franchise quarterback in April.

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens (3-2): Running Backs That Play Quarterback

In all seriousness, Lamar Jackson is a stud. He just matched teammate Robert Griffin III’s NFL record as the fastest quarterbacks in NFL history to reach 1,000 career rushing yards, needing only 21 games. Coming off his worst performance of the season, Jackson will have an excellent opportunity to bounce back against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

Cleveland Browns (2-3): Video Evidence

The video of Monday night’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers probably isn’t worth replaying, but at lease there is evidence that Baker Mayfield didn’t actually snub cornerback Richard Sherman.

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-4): Minkah Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick has looked every bit the part of a rising star at his position since being drafted 11th overall by the Dolphins in 2018. While we won’t know the true value of the first-round pick the Steelers traded away to get him until the end of the season, we can at least acknowledge that Fitzpatrick has provided a substantial upgrade for Pittsburgh at a significant position of need.

Cincinnati Bengals (0-5): A.J. Green’s Return

The star wide receiver won’t practice this week but he could return in time for a Week 7 matchup with the Jaguars. Or, he could be back just in time to fetch a decent return should Cincinnati opt to trade him. Would the Bengals pull the trigger on a trade involving Green?

AFC South

Houston Texans (3-2): Deshaun Watson

Watson earned his second AFC Offensive Player of the Week nod of the season after throwing for 426 yards and five touchdowns in a 53-32 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Despite being pressured on 41 per cent of his drop backs, Watson has thrown for 1,364 yards and 11 touchdowns with just one interception. He ranks fifth in DVOA at his position, according to Pro Football Focus.

Indianapolis Colts (3-2): Jacoby Brissett

The Colts are coming off a road win in prime time, at one of the most hostile stadiums in the NFL, against the previously undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Pretty impressive for a team that lost its franchise quarterback a week before the season started. Jacoby Brissett has done his part to get to 3-2.

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-3): Minshew Mania

Has Gardner Minshew III already done enough to earn the nod at quarterback over Nick Foles when the latter returns from injury? The Jaguars are relevant again and Minshew is the biggest reason for it.

Tennessee Titans (2-3): Made Field Goals

The Titans didn’t waste any time replacing Cairo Santos with another former Bears kicker in Cody Parkey after the former missed four field goal attempts in a 14-7 loss to the Bills. Parkey’s next attempt will be his first since the memorable double doink that cost Chicago a chance to advance in last year’s NFC Wild Card Game loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs (4-1): New England Patriots

Kansas City won four straight to open the season before hitting a wall against Indianapolis. Sure, the Chiefs have been hit hard by injuries. Still, it isn’t like their franchise quarterback retired abruptly in the middle of the preseason. What stood out most from the loss was the way the Colts were able to execute the same plan of attack that New England used in last year’s AFC Championship Game. Indianapolis pounded the rock with Marlon Mack on offence and played tough man-to-man coverage to slow down Patrick Mahomes on defence. The Cheap New England Patriots Jerseys
may have exposed a potential formula for beating Kansas City. But if Mahomes and company can learn from those losses, address their vulnerabilities and make an effort to correct them before the playoffs, it could be the difference that puts them over the top as a Super Bowl contender.

Oakland Raiders (3-2): Disco Dancing

Apparently, Jon Gruden considers the moves he broke out after last week’s win over the Chicago Bears “Disco Dancing.” Who knew?

Los Angeles Chargers (2-3): Potential

The bad news is that Melvin Gordon looked awful in Sunday’s 20-13 loss to the previously winless Denver Broncos. The good news is that the Chargers are still talented enough to contend for a playoff spot in the AFC. Five of the 12 playoff teams from last season had records below .500 after Week 5. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Phillip Rivers and company were one of the teams that turn things around this season.

Denver Broncos (1-4): A Win

Denver will no longer be mentioned in the same conversation as the NFL’s four remaining winless teams. That in itself is a win. However, the schedule won’t get any easier for the Broncos with games against the Titans, Chiefs and Colts over the next three weeks.

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles (3-2): Carson Wentz

Injuries, drops and penalties have taken their toll on his numbers but Wentz has persevered. According to Pro Football Focus, Russell Wilson is the only active quarterback with a higher passing grade than Wentz heading into Week 6.

Dallas Cowboys (3-2): Returning Tackles

The bad news is that the Cowboys offence looked terrible in back-to-back losses to the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers. The good news is that offensive tackles La’el Collins and Tyron Smith could be back in time for a must-win game against the New York Jets. Dallas will need them the rest of the way.
Williams will be expected to do more of the same on Sunday when Buffalo hosts Miami (0-5).

At 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, Williams is Buffalo’s tallest receiver, and has also shown an ability to use his big body as a blocker and outmuscle defenders.

Williams first caught the Bills’ attention in the preseason when he had eight catches for 71 yards and two touchdowns, mostly against second- and third-string defences.

Failing to make Buffalo’s season-opening roster didn’t bother Williams, who instead took it as one more challenge to overcome.

“I wasn’t mad. I was happy I still had a job,” Williams said. “It was a blessing. I still attacked the day and attacked practice as if I was playing that Sunday. I never took a day off.”

Co-ordinator Brian Daboll said Williams is the type of player he roots for because of his work ethic and perseverance.

“First, let’s talk about the man. He’s come up the hard way,” Daboll said.

“He has had a lot of obstacles in his life that he’s had to overcome which have made him into the guy he is,” he added. “He came to work every day when he was on the practice squad, got better, knew the game plan. And those are the guys you bring up in-house that you’d like to give an opportunity to when they earn it. And he’s certainly earned it.”

Williams knows better than to take his debut lightly. He initially balked at an interview request because his first priority was heading to the weight room for a post-practice workout.

“You can never take anything for granted because as soon as you do, that’s how fast it can be taken away,” Williams said. “It was all fun and games last week, but it’s a business now, you know.”

NOTES: Backup RB Devin Singletary, who has missed three games with a left hamstring injury, and TE Tyler Kroft, who has yet to play this season with right foot and left ankle injuries, both took part in a brief non-contact practice. … LB Matt Milano (hamstring) worked out individually. … The Bills signed WR Jordan Veasy to their practice squad.

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PRAGUE, Czech Republic — It was a successful home debut for Cheap Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys
coach Alain Vigneault — a long, long way from Philadelphia.

Travis Konecny had two goals and Vigneault won his first game with his new team, directing the Flyers to a season-opening 4-3 victory over the Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys
on Friday night.

Oskar Lindblom and Michael Raffl also scored for the Flyers in front of a sellout crowd of 17,463 at Prague’s O2 Arena as part of the NHL’s Global Series. Carter Hart stopped 28 shots.

It was the first regular-season game outside of North America in Philadelphia’s 52-year history.

“I think tonight’s game, everybody was down there, everybody was consistent in what we were doing and it was a team win,” Philadelphia captain Claude Giroux said. “It was a lot of fun.”

Patrick Kane had a goal and two assists for Chicago, which opened the 2009-10 season in Finland. Alex Nylander and Alex DeBrincat also scored.

“I like the way we fought back,” said Kane, who had a career-high 110 points last season. “Whatever the numbers were tonight, I still think I have more to give to the team.”

The Blackhawks are hoping to return to the playoffs after a two-year absence, but defencemen Dennis Gilbert and Slater Koekkoek each made a costly mistake after the blue liners struggled last year.

Konecny turned Gilbert’s turnover into a 1-0 lead for Philadelphia 6:24 into the first, beating Corey Crawford on the glove side.

Lindblom was credited with a power-play goal 6:28 into the second when his shot bounced off the crossbar and was deflected by Koekkoek into his own net. Konecny then converted a backhander with 1:56 left in the period, giving the Flyers a 3-1 lead.

Chicago played without defencemen Calvin de Haan and Connor Murphy due to injuries.

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The Chicago Blackhawks signed forward Alex DeBrincat to a three-year, $19.2 million contract extension on Thursday.

DeBrincat’s new deal will carry an average annual value of $6.4 million and run through the 2022-23 season. He was previously scheduled to become a restricted free agent in July.

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The 21-year-old posted a career-high 41 goals and 76 points in 82 games last season. He recorded 28 goals and 52 points in 82 games as a rookie in 2017-18.

According to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun, DeBrincat will earn $5.1 million in both of the first two years of the contract and earn $9 million in 2022-23.

DeBrincat was selected by the Blackhawks in the second round of the 2016 NHL Draft. Among players drafted in 2016, only Auston Matthews, Patrik Laine and Matthew Tkachuk – all of whom debuted during the 2016-17 season – have more points than DeBrincat.

Starting next season, DeBrincat will be the third-highest paid forward on the Blackhawks, between Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews ($10.5 million).

The Blackhawks will begin their 2019-20 season on Friday in Prague, Czech Republic against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Vigneault became the 21st coach in Flyers history in April after they missed the playoffs for the fourth time in seven seasons. He also has coached Montreal, Vancouver and the New York Rangers.

He was behind the bench as Philadelphia held off Chicago in the 26th NHL regular-season game played in Europe, and the fifth in Prague.

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Crawford finished with 34 saves. Nylander scored in the first period in his first game since he was acquired in an off-season trade with Buffalo.

The NHL returned to Europe for the third straight year as part of its efforts to grow the fan base in hockey-mad countries like the Czech Republic, Sweden, Finland and others.

It will be back in Europe next month when the Tampa Bay Lightning face the Sabres in the Swedish capital of Stockholm.

NOTES: NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said the league is planning to play more regular-season games in Europe next year, but the details are still being finalized.

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It’s Week 3 of fantasy football. Is your quarterback healthy?

The landscape at the position drastically changed with the loss of fantasy stalwarts Drew Brees (thumb, out at least six weeks) and Ben Roethlisberger (elbow, out for remainder of the season).

Both the Saints’ and Steelers’ high-scoring attacks are slowed down, leaving fantasy owners who were reliant on those offences to seek production elsewhere.

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SIT: Cam Newton, QB, Panthers: He was in a walking boot on Wednesday, lending belief he may not be available against the Cardinals. Even if he was, Newton has yet to generate a touchdown and his minus-2 rushing yards is a sign that something’s wrong. If Newton’s not mobile, the Panthers offence becomes running back Christian McCaffrey facing eight-man fronts.

START: Austin Ekeler, RB, Chargers: Houston is 25th in receiving yards allowed to opposing running backs, a stat that sounds nice to fantasy owners of Ekeler, who averages 13.5 yards per reception and has two receiving scores. A third straight game of at least 130 yards from scrimmage is a strong possibility.

SIT: Carlos Hyde, RB, Texans: With Duke Johnson already making him a non-factor in the passing game, Hyde will have to find holes against a Chargers defence that bounced back from being dominated by Colts RB Marlon Mack in Week 1 by limiting the Lions to just 94 yards on 28 carries last week.

START: Kenny Golladay, WR, Lions: Only the Redskins have a worse fantasy defence against opposing receivers than the Eagles, who have given up five touchdown passes and eight completions of at least 20 yards. Golladay has scored in each of his first two games and should exceed his 9.5 targets per game average. Don’t be shocked if Golladay is among the top 10 scorers at his position this week.

SIT: Courtland Sutton, WR, Broncos: Emmanuel Sanders is clicking with Joe Flacco, having been targeted 20 times along with scoring in each of the first two games. Sutton will get a downfield shot or two, but the Denver passing game will find it hard to get on track against a surprisingly good Packers defence that is fourth in fewest fantasy points allowed to opposing wideouts.

START: Vance McDonald, TE, Steelers: New Steelers starting QB Mason Rudolph found McDonald for a pair of scoring receptions in last week’s loss to the Seahawks and will be in the neighbourhood of 8 to 10 targets as Rudolph looks to him as a security blanket while getting comfortable in the starting role.

SIT: Trey Burton, TE, Bears: Prior to Chicago’s game-winning drive in Week 2, Burton had one target. He finished with just two catches for 5 yards on three targets. He’s still not at 100 per cent, so Burton will be little more than a role player and occasional decoy against the Redskins on Monday night.

START: Nelson Agholor, WR, Eagles: Philly may be without starting wideouts Alshon Jeffrey (calf) and DeSean Jackson (groin), thrusting Agholor into the spotlight against a Lions pass defence that has seen 66 passes targeted at receivers the first two weeks. Agholor went 8 for 11 in targets at the Falcons in Week 2 and will be a high-volume receiver.

In just 25 days, one fifth of the starting quarterbacks in the National Football League have been either injured or replaced or have retired.

That’s an absolutely staggering number.

The six teams that made a change (by choice or otherwise) will pick up the pieces and push forward as best they can over the next 15 weeks.

For the rest of the league, the last 25 days can serve as a cautionary tale.

The quarterback carousel began on Aug. 24, with the shocking revelation that the 2018 NFL Comeback Player of the Year decided he would not come back.

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sideline during a preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium as news of his retirement spread across social media.

With just two weeks to go before the start of the regular season, the Colts lost their franchise quarterback.

To outsiders, it seemed almost incomprehensible.

After throwing for 4,593 yards and 39 touchdowns in 2018, how could he possibly walk away now?

But for as dominant as he was when he was healthy, injuries had taken their toll over the years.

Luck missed 26 games due to various injuries in his career, which included broken ribs, a lacerated kidney, at least one concussion and a shoulder injury that sidelined him for a full year in 2017.

After spending the off-season rehabbing both physically and mentally, Luck finally confronted one of the most difficult decisions he has ever had to make.

He didn’t want to walk away when he did.

But he knew that if he didn’t, he might never get another opportunity to decide for himself.

So Luck retired.

Just like that, Indianapolis was forced to turn to Jacoby Brissett as its starter.

Two weeks later on Sept. 8, the rival Jacksonville Jaguars lost Nick Foles, their starting quarterback, to a broken clavicle.

Foles didn’t make it through a full quarter of regular season football in Jacksonville before he was sidelined indefinitely.

Only months after they signed Foles to a four-year, $88 million contract, the Jaguars were forced to turn to rookie sixth-round pick Gardner Minshew II as their starter.

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ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith isn’t convinced that the Panthers need to start looking for a successor to Cam Newton.

A few days later on Sept. 12, something the football world had suspected for some time was confirmed: Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton isn’t 100 per cent.

Trailing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by six points at home with 1:28 left in the fourth quarter, the Panthers faced a crucial fourth-and-one situation at their opponent’s two-yard line.

Instead of running a QB sneak with Newton, an obvious play call in years past, Carolina lined up in the Wildcat formation with Newton as a decoy and handed the ball off to running back Christian McCaffrey.

McCaffrey tried to bounce it outside but was cut off by cornerback Vernon Hargreaves and pushed out of bounds short of the sticks.

Newton ended the game with two carries for zero yards.

He was also 25-of-51 for 333 passing yards.

When it was over, Newton shouldered the blame for the 20-14 loss. He also took accountability for the Panthers 0-2 start.

“Offensively, we didn’t hold up our end of the bargain. All fingers are just pointing back to me specifically on offence,” Newton told reporters after the game.

Taking a closer look at his performance, there are a number of indicators Newton isn’t fully healthy.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, Newton led the NFL in off-target throws with 15 in Week 2 alone.

That is the most off-target throws by any quarterback in a single game since Week 7 of last season.

Even worse, Newton didn’t complete a single pass under pressure.

Newton went 0-for-10 and was sacked three times when under duress in passing situations.

Admittedly, there aren’t many people outside of the Panthers locker room that know the full extent of the injuries the 2015 NFL MVP is dealing with right now.

What we do know is that Newton had surgery on his throwing shoulder for the second time in three years this past off-season.

We know that he didn’t throw for most of the off-season for the second time in three years.

We also know that those surgeries haven’t resulted in an improvement in Newton’s downfield passing ability over the past couple of seasons.

The numbers reflect that.

In losses to the Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams, Newton went 4-of-15 with zero touchdowns on pass attempts that travelled 15 yards or more down the field.

Finally, we know that a mobile quarterback that earned the nickname “Superman” in part because he has never finished with fewer than 585 rushing yards in a 16-game season has minus-two rushing yards through two losses.

Newton’s status for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals is uncertain after he missed practice on Wednesday because he aggravated a foot injury suffered in the pre-season.

So where do the Panthers go from here?

It might not be long before we know the answer to that question as well.

Three days later on Sept.15, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered significant injuries.

Roethlisberger will miss the remainder of the season because of a right elbow injury that requires surgery.

Two years ago, the Steelers had the league leaders in passing yards per game, scrimmage yards per game and touchdowns catches on their roster.

Now, Roethlisberger is out, Le’Veon Bell is on the New York Jets and Antonio Brown plays for the rival New England Patriots.

At 0-2 and facing a difficult schedule the rest of the way, Pittsburgh turns to Mason Rudolph with the hope that the 2018 third-round pick can show them enough to believe he could be a franchise quarterback.

We know that Roethlisberger will miss the rest of the season.

We don’t know when, or if, he ever suits up for the Steelers again.

Meanwhile, Brees will miss at least the next six weeks with a thumb injury.

Brees has missed a grand total of three games since moving to New Orleans in 2006 and the Saints have lost all of them.

It will be up to Teddy Bridgewater to snap the skid now that he takes over as the starter.

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It also wouldn’t be a surprise if the Saints started 1-3.

Either way, Bridgewater could be the first quarterback since 2005 to start more than one game in a season for New Orleans.

That is, if he can stay healthy.

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Daniel Jones praises Eli Manning for supporting him after he took over the starting quarterback position.

Finally, on Tuesday, the New York Giants announced that Eli Manning has been benched in favour of rookie first-round pick Daniel Jones.

Jones becomes the sixth quarterback to take over a starting job and it’s only Week 3.

Considering the passer situations around the league, including New York in particular, it wouldn’t be a surprise if teams called the Giants to inquire about Manning’s availability.

The number of NFL starting quarterback changes over the last 25 days alone is alarming.

With 15 weeks to go, we are all but guaranteed to see more switches.

Jones, Bridgewater, Rudolph, Falk, Minshew and Brissett are all expected to start in Week 3.

Undrafted free agent Kyle Allen could also get the nod for Carolina if Newton isn’t ready to go.

As for the other 26 starting quarterbacks around the league, one goal heading into Week 3 is simple: Make sure that list doesn’t get any longer.

SIT: Kirk Cousins, QB, Vikings: That’s not a typo: Cousins’ 8.2 QBR is real. He struggled in last week’s loss to the Packers, and his 52.4% completion rate is near the bottom of the league. At some point, Minnesota’s going to need him to offer the offence more than giving 20-plus touches to RB Dalvin Cook.

START: Tom Brady, QB, Patriots: He’s thrown for at least two touchdown passes in each of the past six games against the Jets and eight of his past 10. WRs Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon are a big reason why he’s averaging 13.8 yards per completion, his best total since 2011.

SIT: Josh Gordon, WR, Patriots: Gordon has just nine targets in two games. The Patriots will continue to spread the ball around, leaving Gordon only a handful of opportunities each game. If the Pats seek to find balance and emphasize the running game against the Jets, then Gordon’s potential for production will be further limited.

START: Devonta Freeman, RB, Falcons: Off to a slow start, Freeman has averaged just 2.2 yards per carry. Along come the Colts, who are 30th in fantasy points per game allowed to opposing running backs. This could lead a big game from Freeman, especially for those using him in PPR formats.

SIT: Tarik Cohen, RB, Bears: Rookie David Montgomery is already limiting Cohen’s touches. He’ll remain the back of choice in Chicago’s passing game, but the sluggish start from QB Mitchell Trubisky makes Cohen a very difficult add to any fantasy offence at this point.

START: Marquise Brown, WR, Ravens: That he was targeted 13 times in last week’s win over the Cardinals was a sign QB Lamar Jackson doesn’t see him strictly as a deep threat. The Chiefs are 24th in fantasy points per game allowed to opposing receivers and didn’t get tested much by the Raiders in Week 2. That will change, as Brown and Jackson will face off against Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City’s potent passing attack.

SIT: Mason Rudolph, QB, Steelers: There were signs that Rudolph could be fantasy-viable after replacing Roethlisberger. Don’t get fooled into buying a breakout effort by the second-year passer on the road against a 49ers defence that has four interceptions this season.

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — All that mattered to Aaron Rodgers on Sunday was that the Cheap Green Bay Packers Jerseys won.

That’s it.

Rodgers threw two early touchdowns and Green Bay held on for a 21-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

“The biggest thing is that we’re 2-0,” he said. “I know we owe a lot of that to our defence and (defensive co-ordinator) Mike Pettine and his staff and those guys for being opportunistic and making plays when they had to. But I think there’s still a lot of great potential in this offence.”

On a day when the Packers honoured late Hall of Famer Bart Starr at halftime, Rodgers put on quite a show — particularly early. Rodgers completed nine of his first 10 passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns and had a perfect 158.3 rating through the first quarter. He finished 22 of 34 for 209 yards.

Rodgers and new coach Matt LaFleur experimented with Rodgers wearing a playcall wristband in the hope that it would speed up the play-calling process and get the offence out of the huddle quicker.

“Yeah, this is probably the wordiest offence I’ve been in since Cal,” said Rodgers, who played college ball at California after transferring from Butte Community College. “I think it just helps with communication. He doesn’t have to say 12 syllables to me, and then I say 12 syllables in the huddle. It helps speed things up a little bit. But we didn’t use it a whole lot. We only used it about five or six times.”

After scoring on each of its first three possessions, Green Bay’s offence failed to muster another point. But the hot start was enough to win.

The Packers remained unbeaten under LaFleur after opening the NFL’s 100th season with a victory at rival Chicago. They also beat the Vikings (1-1) for the fifth time in the past seven games at Lambeau Field.

Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook had a career-high 154 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. It was the third-year pro’s second consecutive game with over 100 yards rushing. Cook also had 37 yards receiving in the loss.

“We’re just trying to find our rhythm,” Cook said. “It was a hostile environment. We knew what we were coming into. Tried to prepare as well as we could. You can never replicate a game. Just trying to find our rhythm. We found it, but they jumped on us pretty early.”

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, Kirk Cousins finished 14 of 32 with 230 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. Cousins was picked off by Kevin King in the end zone late in the fourth quarter.

“You just can’t do that, can’t do that,” Cousins said of the interception. “It happened last week in our game against us. We talked about it all week, you just can’t do that. It’s uncharacteristic of me.”

The Vikings are 5-2-1 in last their eight meetings against Green Bay.

Rodgers and Davante Adams connected on a 39-yard completion on the Packers’ first offensive play. Rodgers found running back Jamaal Williams for a 15-yard touchdown to cap a four-play, 75-yard drive.

Adams finished with 106 yards on nine catches.

“We started off a lot faster,” Adams said. “That’s definitely what we were after this week.”

It took Green Bay’s offence all of 12 minutes to score more points (14) than it did in the season opener at Chicago (10).

After a missed field goal by Minnesota, receiver Geronimo Allison, who did not see a single pass against the Bears, gave the Packers a two-score advantage on a 12-yard strike from Rodgers.

Green Bay took over at the Vikings 33 after defensive lineman Kenny Clark sacked Cousins, forcing a fumble. Dean Lowry recovered the loose ball.

The Packers took a commanding 21-0 lead with 2 minutes to play in the first half on 2-yard run by Aaron Jones.

“We came out hot,” said Jones, who finished with 116 yards on 23 carries. “We thought we could do no wrong. We’ve just got to continue to work at it because the fourth drive, fifth drive, sixth drive, we want points on those as well.”

After rushing for 111 yards and two touchdowns in a win last week against the Falcons, Cook broke out for a 75-yard score following a missed tackle by rookie safety Darnell Savage.

“Eventually one of us was going to make a play to get this game rolling, and it was just me that made a play,” Cook said. “Whatever to get a team rolling, to get this thing going, that was the play to do it.”

Stefan Diggs scored the Vikings’ other touchdown with a 45-yard grab with 9:12 to play in the third.

“Disappointing loss today,” Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. “We fought hard, but we didn’t play well enough to win. We had some dumb penalties. … The interception at the end of the ballgame hurt.”

Minnesota had eight penalties for 100 yards.

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Packers: S Raven Greene was carted off the field with an ankle injury following the first play of the second half. He did not return.

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Starr, who died in May at 85, was the MVP of the first two Super Bowls and won the league MVP award in 1966 with the Packers. Starr has the highest post-season passer rating (104.8) of any QB in NFL history and a post-season record of 9-1. Starr was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Packers Hall of Fame in 1977.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Patrick Mahomes and the dynamic Kansas City Chiefs offence got all of the production they needed in a breathtaking second quarter.

Mahomes bounced back from the first scoreless opening quarter of his career in the regular season by throwing four touchdown passes in a near-perfect second period that led the Chiefs to a 28-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.

The Raiders (1-1) held Mahomes in check for the opening 15 minutes and kept him off the scoreboard in the second half, but it didn’t matter because he carved up an overmatched defence with big play after big play in the second quarter for the Chiefs (2-0).

“We were just hitting on the plays,” Mahomes said. “We stayed with the same game plan, called the same plays. We hit on them in the second quarter and missed them in the other parts of the game. We had a great quarter. But as an offence there was too much sloppiness. We weren’t as efficient as we usually are.”

Mahomes didn’t take long to get started in the second quarter, finding Demarcus Robinson open on a blown coverage for a 44-yard touchdown pass on the first play in the second quarter. He didn’t slow down from there.

After the Raiders opted to punt on a fourth-and-1 near midfield, Mahomes and the Chiefs marched 95 yards and scored when Mahomes found rookie Mecole Hardman on a 42-yard deep strike for his first career catch to give Kansas City a 14-10 lead.

The Chiefs didn’t stop there with Mahomes connecting on two more long TD passes in the final two minutes of the half, a 27-yarder to Travis Kelce and a 39-yarder to Robinson as the absence of injured star Tyreek Hill did little to slow Kansas City.

“That’s just what we do,” Robinson said.

Mahomes finished 30 for 44 for 443 yards. Robinson had six catches for 172 yards and two scores and Kelce had seven catches for 107 yards and a TD to give the Chiefs their ninth win in the past 10 meetings in this long-time rivalry.

The Raiders had broken out to a 10-0 lead with a field goal on the opening drive and a 4-yard TD pass to Tyrell Williams later in the first quarter. But Derek Carr also threw an interception in the end zone on a pass to Williams in the third quarter and the Raiders didn’t score over the final three periods.

“They made some plays, a barrage of plays, in about a five-minute period,” Raiders coach Jon Gruden said. “It really turned the game around.”

BY THE NUMBERS

Mahomes’ 278 yards passing in the second quarter were the most for a player in any quarter since Drew Brees had 294 in the fourth period against Atlanta on Nov. 9, 2008. Mahomes ended the quarter with a bang, with his last five pass attempts each going for at least 27 yards, with TDs to Hardman, Kelce and Robinson. The streak extended with a 28-yarder to Robinson on the first play of the third quarter before Mahomes finally threw an incompletion.

RECORD SETTER

Carr became the Raiders’ career passing leader on a 16-yard pass to Darren Waller in the second quarter, breaking the mark of 19,078 set by Hall of Famer Ken Stabler. Carr finished the day 23 for 38 for 198 yards with one TD and two interceptions. He has 19,196 yards in his career.

GOODBYE DIRT

This is likely the final NFL game ever played with infield dirt on the field with the Raiders next home game not until after the end of the World Series and the team set to move to Las Vegas next year. The Coliseum is the last stadium that hosts both NFL and baseball games and has special meaning to Mahomes, whose father Patrick Mahomes Sr. pitched here exactly 24 years ago, two days before the younger Mahomes was born.

“It was really cool,” Mahomes said of playing on the same dirt his father did.

INJURIES

Chiefs: LT Eric Fisher left on the opening drive after reinjuring his groin that he hurt in practice on Friday. Cam Erving replaced him. … RB Damien Williams (bruised knee) and RB LeSean McCoy (ankle) also got hurt, but those injuries are not believed to be serious.

Raiders: Returner Dwayne Harris injured his left ankle covering a punt in the second quarter and didn’t return. … RT Trent Brown left in the fourth quarter with a sore knee.

UP NEXT

Chiefs: host Baltimore in home opener Sunday.

Raiders: begin a long stretch away from home at Minnesota on Sept. 22. Oakland won’t return to the Coliseum until Nov. 3, with four road games, a bye and a “home” game against Chicago in London on Oct. 6.

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EDMONTON — James Neal didn’t take long to show the Edmonton Oilers he believes he has rediscovered his scoring touch.

Neal made an early impact with the Oilers, scoring a goal as they kicked off pre-season play with a 2-0 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday.

It was his first game with his new team following an off-season trade from the rival Calgary Flames.

“It means a lot,” Neal said. “Obviously going to a new team and building chemistry with new linemates is big. I think there is a bit of a different feel here this season with all of the changes. This is a big pre-season for us and we need to hit the ground running and feeling good about our game going into Game 1.

“I had a great summer and feel really good coming into camp. It’s been about three years since I felt this good. I had a good feeling out there tonight.”

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored for the Oilers (1-0).

Neal struggled with just seven goals in a career-worst campaign last year with the Flames, prompting his trade this summer to the Oilers in exchange for Milan Lucic. Edmonton is hoping he returns to form this year.

Neal has scored at least 20 goals in 10 of his 11 seasons in the NHL, hitting the 40-goal mark with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2011-2012.

Nugent-Hopkins believes he has already developed some chemistry with Neal as a new linemate.

“Once we got going we started to find each other more, it felt good to get it going out there,” he said. “The way that James and I play, we both like to come to the puck and always be looking for each other.

“We found each other a few times. We still need to get better from here, but it felt good so far.”

Oilers defencemen Joel Persson and Oscar Klefbom had two assists apiece, while goalies Stuart Skinner and Dylan Wells made a combined 25 saves to split the shutout.

It took almost 16 minutes to get the game’s first goal as a Persson point shot hit Neal in front and he spun around and put it past Jets starting goalie Eric Comrie.

Wells came in to replace Skinner, who made 18 saves, in the Oilers net midway through the second.

The Oilers made it 2-0 with just 16 seconds left in the middle frame as Nugent-Hopkins, who had a career-high 28 goals last season, deftly moved to the backhand before beating Comrie up high to the glove side.

There was no scoring in the third period.

The Oilers are back at it on Tuesday in Vancouver against the Canucks. The Jets return to action on Wednesday, when they host the Minnesota Wild.

Notes: It was the first of seven pre-season games for each team… Oilers captain Connor McDavid has been fully practising with the team following a knee injury suffered at the end of last season. He has expressed interest in playing in at least one exhibition game but is leaving that decision up to medical staff… Both teams had several players in Monday’s match who weren’t with the organization at the end of last season. For the Oilers, that list included Neal, Riley Sheahan, Josh Archibald, Joakim Nygard, Gaetan Haas and Persson. For the Jets’ new faces were defencemen Anthony Bitetto, Gabriel Bourque and Neal Pionk, and forwards Andrei Chibisov, Mark Letestu and Joona Luoto.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Odell Beckham Jr. felt right at home again — in the end zone and on the highlight reels.

With an 89-yard touchdown catch and a spectacular one-handed grab in his return to MetLife Stadium, the Browns wide receiver helped lift Cleveland past the short-handed and banged-up New York Jets 23-3 on Monday night.

“We got the ball in (No.) 13′s hands,” Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry said, “and let him go.”

Beckham, traded from the Giants in March, helped the Browns (1-1) bounce back from a 30-point loss to Tennessee in their opener to top the Jets (0-2) and give Freddie Kitchens his first win as Cleveland’s coach.

It all came after Beckham called out Jets defensive co-ordinator Gregg Williams last Thursday, saying the coach — then with the Browns — instructed players to hurt him in a preseason game in 2017. Williams denied Beckham’s accusations and jokingly asked reporters: “Odell who?”

Williams, who led the Browns to a 5-3 record as their interim coach last season, also chided reporters for giving Beckham attention and wouldn’t call him one of the NFL’s most dynamic players.

“Everything fuels me,” Beckham said. “Good comments, bad comments, I feel all of that. I just want to be the very best that I can and be the leader I am supposed to be.”

Well, Williams clearly knows who Beckham is now. The coach was seen shouting angrily on the sideline after Beckham’s touchdown.

“Who?” Beckham said when asked about Williams’ comments. “No, everybody has the right to their own opinion. He’s a phenomenal coach, he’s got a great defence, but I’m done talking about it, you know? We won, so I just tried to make plays to help the team.”

Beckham finished with six catches for 161 yards and the TD from Baker Mayfield, who couldn’t believe Williams’ comments.

“He said that? Jesus,” the Browns quarterback said, shaking his head. “Next question. Not a dynamic football player? OK.”

New York lost quarterback Trevor Siemian to an ankle injury in the second quarter, and Luke Falk — promoted from the practice squad earlier in the day — played the rest of the game. Siemian was starting in place of Sam Darnold, who’s sidelined for at least a few weeks while recovering from mononucleosis.

“Yeah, it’s been a weird week,” Falk said. “A week ago, I was on the practice squad and then tonight I’m standing in front of you guys after playing in a game.”

The Jets couldn’t get anything going on offence, and the Browns blew open the game late in the third quarter.

Falk led the Jets on their longest drive of night to that point — 60 yards — but Le’Veon Bell could only get 1 yard on a fourth-and-2 pass, turning the ball over on downs at the Browns 11.

On the next play, Mayfield hit Beckham with a slant pass, and the receiver outran the Jets’ defenders all the way to the end zone for an 89-yard TD that put Cleveland up 23-3 with 3:32 remaining in the third quarter.

“That did it and that was huge for us,” said running back Nick Chubb, who had a 19-yard TD run. “We took all the momentum away from them with that long run. After that, it was our game to lose.”

Beckham helped the Browns take a 3-0 lead on their first possession on Austin Seibert’s 23-yard field goal — a drive highlighted by a spectacular 33-yard, one-handed grab that got Cleveland down to the Jets 4.

It was reminiscent of Beckham’s highlight-reel, one-handed reception for the Giants on “Sunday Night Football” as a rookie in 2014. On this one, Mayfield found Beckham down the right sideline, and the receiver stuck out his right hand to snare the ball behind Nate Hairston, starting in place of Trumaine Johnson — in nearly the same spot as his big catch five years ago.

And, yes, Beckham was wearing his expensive watch — despite the NFL telling him last week not to.

Beckham then had to come out of the game briefly because officials made him change his mirrored visor, saying it was reflective. He returned with a clear visor on his helmet.

Seibert’s 48-yarder gave the Browns a 6-0 lead with 6:15 left in the opening quarter as Cleveland outgained New York 101-4 in the first quarter.

“We’ve got to take a hard look at this and figure out what’s going on,” Jets coach Adam Gase said.

NOW WHAT?

Siemian was sidelined after throwing a long incomplete pass to Ryan Griffin. Cleveland’s Myles Garrett slammed into him, and fell on top of him. Siemian appeared to roll his left ankle as Garrett, who was penalized for roughing the passer, sent him to the turf.

Siemian was on crutches and his left foot in a walking boot in the locker room. He will have an MRI on Tuesday.

Falk replaced Siemian with 7:58 left in the half and helped the Jets get their first points on a 46-yard field goal by Sam Ficken, the team’s fourth kicker since July.

Siemian finished 3 of 6 for 3 yards, while Falk was 20 of 25 for 198 yards as the Jets lost their seventh straight at home, dating to last season.

STATS

Mayfield, who beat the Jets last year in his NFL debut during a Thursday night game that ended Cleveland’s 19-game winless skid, was 19 of 35 for 325 yards, including the TD to Beckham, and an interception. … Garrett had three of the Browns’ four sacks. … Bell had 68 yards rushing on 21 carries and 10 catches for 61 yards for the Jets.

EMOTIONAL RETURN

Browns defensive end Chris Smith played after his girlfriend, Petara Cordero, was killed in a car accident last week.

The 26-year-old Cordero was killed after she exited Smith’s Lamborghini and was standing on the highway’s shoulder when she was hit by an oncoming car.

INJURIES

Browns: TE David Njoku sustained a concussion in the opening quarter and didn’t return. … S Morgan Burnett injured his quadriceps.

Jets: LB Jordan Jenkins left in the first quarter with a calf injury. … WR Demaryius Thomas, making his Jets debut after being acquired from New England last week, injured a hamstring.