Week 2 NFL Game Recaps
Packers 23, Bears 10
- You could say that the No. 1 blunder was trusting J'Marcus Webb to be the left tackle entering the season. He had no chance against Clay Matthews, who collected 3.5 sacks. Jay Cutler was sacked seven times in total. He was frequently spotted yelling at his linemen and sulking on the bench. He's always going to be perceived as a loser with that attitude.
- Right tackle Gabe Carimi wasn't beat mercilessly like Webb, but he single-handedly ruined a drive when he punched a Packer in Green Bay territory. The 15-yard penalty would help result in a punt.
- Chicago was caught with its pants down during a Green Bay field goal attempt. The Packers executed a beautiful fake, as the holder/punter flipped it to backup tight end Tom Crabtree, who ran the ball in for a touchdown to make the score 10-0.
- Lance Briggs dropped an interception in the red zone. This would cost Chicago three points.
- Speaking of drops, Brandon Marshall was guilty of one in the end zone during the third quarter. As this happened, forum member Green 18,Green 18 commented, "I hope Marshall is assaulted by his wife tonight for that."
Marshall was a huge disappointment, catching just two balls for 24 yards. Dom Capers did a terrific job of taking Marshall out of the game. That, along with the immense pressure that Green Bay generated, is the reason why Chicago had just 168 net yards.
- The Bears false started on 3rd-and-6. Kellen Davis was responsible for that yellow flag. I'm not even sure why the Bears are starting him. Chicago had eight penalties in total.
- Devin Hester dropped a pass on third down at the end of the third quarter.
- Cutler tossed four picks to go along with the rest of his ugly stat line (11-of-27, 126 yards). Only one wasn't entirely his fault, as Earl Bennett didn't come back to the football.
- Jordy Nelson dropped a pass on the first drive. The good news is that he led the Packers with six receptions for 84 yards.
- The Packers committed a holding penalty on a nice Randall Cobb run. Adding injury to insult, Cobb appeared to hurt his shoulder on the play. He managed to return to the field shortly afterward.
- Aaron Rodgers lost the football while trying to pass on a third down at the end of the first quarter. Green Bay recovered the fumble.
- Jermichael Finley dropped a pass shortly afterward and later lost a fumble. He really disappointed, catching just four balls for 26 yards.
- The Packer defenders dropped two interceptions, so Cutler could have easily heaved six picks. He had an epically horrific performance.
- Rodgers missed James Jones in the end zone at the end of the third quarter. It was slightly overthrown.
- Rodgers threw an interception in the middle of the fourth quarter, but it wasn't his fault; James Jones ran the wrong route. Rodgers finished 22-of-32 for 219 yards and a touchdown otherwise.
Panthers 35, Saints 27
Weird penalties and uncharacteristic drops plagued the Saints last week, but those issues seemed to be resolved at Carolina. The defense, however, has been the consistent problem. The Redskins and Panthers have combined for 75 points in the two games. The blitzes have been ineffective, while the coverages have often busted. It doesn't help that the Saints have an injury-plagued secondary, which is forcing them to use inept cornerback Corey White.
As a result, Cam Newton had a monstrous performance, as he desperately needed to rebound from last week's debaclation. Newton finished 14-of-20 for 253 yards and a passing touchdown to go along with 71 rushing yards (13 scrambles) and another score on the ground. His only blemish was a lost fumble. He also nearly tossed a pick to Patrick Robinson on an underthrow in the beginning of the third quarter.
The Panthers showed some option in this contest; Newton picked up 40 yards on such a play on the second drive. The option backfired later though, as the aforementioned fumble occurred on a 4th-and-1 inside the red zone.
Perhaps Newton's most important throw early on was a 35-yarder to Steve Smith on a 3rd-and-15 in the first half, though he later hit him with a 66-yard bomb, thanks to a blown coverage. Smith finished with three catches for 104 yards.
Bills 35, Chiefs 17
Buffalo sacked Matt Cassel five times, but Mario Williams did nothing to contribute to that number. The only thing he did was pounce on a Cassel fumble that happened to fall near him. Kyle Williams led the charge with two sacks.
Cassel still managed to throw for 300-plus yards (23-of-42, 301 yards, TDs, 1 INT), but most of that came when Buffalo simply didn't care anymore in the fourth quarter. Both garbage scores went to Dwayne Bowe, who finished with an impressive stat line of eight catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns.
Bengals 34, Browns 27
Richardson rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and also caught four passes for 36 yards and a second score through the air. He needs to be given more than 23 touches per game going forward; he was off the field on one third down when backup runner Chris Ogbonnaya lost a fumble at midfield.
Having said that, Weeden was infinitely better than he was last week, as he did a great job of taking care of the football. I thought the Browns would be doomed when Pacman Jones scored on a punt return in the first quarter and established a lead, but Weeden deserves a ton of credit for playing relatively well.
Dalton went 24-of-31 for 318 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. He had some poor overthrows to open receivers in the end zone, but played really well otherwise.
Colts 23, Vikings 20
Luck went 20-of-31 for 224 yards and two touchdowns, abusing Minnesota's miserable secondary. He was on fire in the first half - he tallied 146 yards by intermission - but the Colts went conservative because they had a lead, though several overthrows after intermission didn't help. Once the Vikings tied it up, however, Luck fired consecutive 20-yard completions to set up Adam Vinatieri with a game-winning field goal.
Luck still has stuff to work on, obviously. He threw a near-pick in the second half and took a ridiculous 22-yard loss on a sack, which helped Minnesota score its game-tying touchdown. He made up for it, however.
Ponder's touchdowns went to Kyle Rudolph (3-35) both times, but the second-year tight end only came out with one of them. The other bounced off the tip of his fingers and somehow landed into the arms of Stephen Burton. As this happened, I commented in the live in-game thread, "Wow, Stephen Burton has a four-leaf clover up his a**."
Texans 27, Jaguars 7
The offense just couldn't sustain drives. The coaching staff did a smart thing by installing a quick-strike offense for Blaine Gabbert because he is too craven to play football, but dinking and dunking is not going to fly against a premier defense like Houston's. Gabbert was abysmal, going 7-of-19 for 53 yards and a touchdown, but even those pedestrian stats are inflated because he was just 3-of-10 for seven yards around halftime. In the third quarter, he had as many pass attempts (13) and passing yards. He's terrible; it's no wonder why half of Jacksonville's front office thinks he's a sunk cost.
The Jaguars couldn't get off the field either. The Texans ran the ball so easily, as Arian Foster (28 carries, 110 yards, one touchdown) and Ben Tate (12-74, 2 TDs) both gashed the defense. Matt Schaub, meanwhile, completed a high percentage of his passes (26-of-35, 195 yards), though he didn't throw for much yardage. He didn't need to though with his two runners trampling the opposing stop unit.
Jacksonville will be better defensively once it gets several of its key players back (linebacker Daryl Smith, cornerback Derek Cox), but Gabbert simply doesn't give this team a chance to win. Gene Smith needs to be fired for taking a homoclitic approach to his quarterbacking situation this offseason.
- Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 60 yards on 12 carries, but saved his fantasy owners with a weird, short touchdown reception in the third quarter.
- Andre Johnson barely did anything, catching just three balls for 21 yards. Houston's leading receiver was tight end Owen Daniels (6-47).
- I mentioned earlier that Tate scored twice. He nearly found the end zone a third time. A run of his was ruled a touchdown, but was overturned by replay. He was stuffed at the 1-yard line on the next carry. Foster then entered the contest and waltzed into the end zone on the ensuing play. I'd say Tate owners were cheated, but he did have two touchdowns.
- Justin Blackmon was targeted four times but couldn't come up with a single reception. Jacksonville's leading receiver was Laurent Robinson (3-49).
Dolphins 35, Raiders 13
Tannehill was able to abuse the Raiders' secondary because top cornerback Ronald Barrtell was out of the lineup. Going into this game, I never imagined that Bartell's absence would have much of an impact against Miami's beleaguered receiving corps, but it certainly did. Brian Hartline was able to catch nine balls for 111 yards as a result.
By the way, Goodson's touchdown came when Darren McFadden was on the sideline after being poked in the eye. So yeah, if own McFadden, you got screwed over, just as I did in one of the leagues in which I went up against Bush. Of course, McFadden didn't do anything on the ground to offset that lost touchdown, gaining just 22 yards on 11 carries. McFadden is barely averaging two yards per carry this season, and it's time to wonder if he's simply uncomfortable in Greg Knapp's new blocking scheme.
Cardinals 20, Patriots 18
- Of the 2,378 remaining entrants in our survivor pool, 962 picked the Patriots. Including me. How the hell does a 13.5-point favorite not win at home against a team traveling from the Pacific Time Zone to the East Coast in an early start?
- Tom Brady's stat line in the first half: 7-of-12, 75 yards, one interception. He, with the help of Ahmad Bradshaw's injury, capsized my fantasy day. I know you're all interested.
- Adam Vinatieri kicked a game-winning field goal in the Vikings-Colts game. And then Stephen Gostkowski missed one about five real-time minutes later. I found this pretty hilarious.
- Of course, Gostkowski wouldn't have had an opportunity if Ryan Williams fumbled the ball in the final minute. The Cardinals are 2-0, but I have to criticize the coaching staff for having Williams on the field when he coughed up the ball last week.
- Danny Woodhead (I accidentally wrote "Woodcock" in my notes) had the decisive touchdown nullified by a penalty. I made a note on Woodcock earlier when he was stuffed at the line of scrimmage on a 3rd-and-2 at the beginning of the second quarter. I wondered why such a small back would get a short-yardage work when Stevan Ridley (18 carries, 71 yards) was available.
Another issue for the Patriots was an early injury to Aaron Hernandez, who suffered a high ankle sprain in the first quarter. This completely ruined Belichick's game plan, and New England couldn't get anything going until it was too late.
Giants 41, Buccaneers 34
By Charlie Campbell - @draftcampbell
In the second half, Manning ripped the ball through a Buccaneers' secondary that doesn't have the talent to compete with the Giants receivers. Manning moved New York into the red zone on four trips and came away with four field goals. Three touchdown passes were dropped by the Giants, so Manning easily could have had an even bigger day.
Tampa Bay blew a 14-point lead midway through the fourth quarter, allowing an 80-yard touchdown pass from Manning to Victor Cruz. Cruz ran right by Ronde Barber in man coverage and Mark Barron was late coming over the top. Tight end Martellus Bennett dropped two touchdowns before catching a 33-yard score in the fourth quarter to put New York up by seven.
Manning was throwing precision passes downfield and rarely threw the ball short. The Giants' offensive line gave its signal-caller good time to throw and the Bucs' defense had no answer for him. Manning completed 31-of-51 for 510 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions. He came three yards short of tying the franchise record by Phil Simms.
Nicks again beat Talib for a 50-yard gain down the sideline to set up the final score. Running back Andre Brown (13-71) scored the winning touchdown. Nicks torched Talib to the tune of 199 yards on 10 receptions with a touchdown. Bucs cornerback Brandon McDonald was also burned regularly aside from an interception.
Freeman threw an interception to Corey Webster at the end of the third quarter to help the Giants' comeback. It was a terrible pass into coverage, and he had plenty of room to run to the outside. Freeman, however, tied the game at 34 with two minutes left on a 41-yard touchdown pass to Mike Williams (3-59). It was a pretty catch and throw. Freeman finished 15-of-28 for 243 yards with two scores and two interceptions.
The Giants lost Ahmad Bradshw (neck), Dominik Hixon (head) and David Diehl (knee) to injury.
Eagles 24, Ravens 23
Philadelphia had a whopping three turnovers in the red zone. QB Dog Killer was picked on the opening drive by Bernard Pollard, prompting the crowd to shower him with boos. The other two give-aways were running back fumbles, one by Bryce Brown and the other by LeSean McCoy.
As for the other two elements, a fight broke out following Vontae Leach's first-quarter touchdown. This occurred because Kurt Coleman earlier tried to pry the ball out of Anquan Boldin's hands long after the play was over. Jackson and Cary Williams then had a war of words (and shoves) throughout the entire contest. Toward the end of the contest, the Ravens were robbed of a game-winning Jacoby Jones touchdown. Jones was called for a bogus offensive pass interference, prompting Joe Flacco to lash out at the officials in his post-game press conference.
Flacco's two leading targets were Dennis Pitta (8-65) and Ray Rice (6-53). Rice also rushed for 99 yards on 16 carries. Torrey Smith disappointed with only two catches for 51 yards.
The bigger story was all of the fierce hits QBDK took. As Michael Strahan tweeted afterward, "Vick definitely isn't gonna last the whole season taking these hits."
Seahawks 27, Cowboys 7
The Cowboys were just completely out of sorts. They opened the game with a Felix Jones fumble. Then, they had a punt blocked, which was returned for a touchdown. After that, Tony Romo threw an interception late across his body. Romo later found Jason Witten open downfield, but the former Pro Bowl tight end dropped the ball.
This was a major problem for Witten the entire afternoon. He dropped numerous passes, including a potential touchdown, hurting Dallas' ability to move the chains. Romo, as a result, went just 23-of-40 for 251 yards, one touchdown and the aforementioned pick. He was nearly intercepted a second time at the end of the third quarter, but linebacker K.J. Wright dropped a ball that was thrown right to him.
Rams 31, Redskins 28
- You probably know how this ended. Redskins' receiver Josh Morgan was tackled awkwardly by the dirtiest player in the NFL, Cortland Finnegan. Morgan reacted by firing the ball at Finnegan, drawing a 15-yard penalty. This placed Washington out of field-goal range with seconds remaining. Instead of trying a 47-yarder, the Redskins had to attempt a kick from 62 yards.
- I have to wonder what the hell Mike Shanahan was thinking by allowing Billy Cundiff to try a 62-yard attempt. Cundiff can't even nail one from 30 yards out if the game's on the line. Did he think that Cundiff would suddenly not choke? Shanahan should have just gone for it on fourth-and-long.
- And speaking of Cundiff, kudos to Washington's front office for making him the team's kicker following January's meltdown. Seriously, what were they thinking? They couldn't find a better kicker than Cundiff?
- The officiating was an abomination. The most egregious blown call occurred on a Steven Jackson rushing touchdown on third down. It was an obvious score, and everyone knew it. They took forever to make the call, angering Jackson, who spiked the ball in anger. The officials whistled him for a personal-foul penalty. Making matters worse, they didn't give him the score, and they didn't let Jeff Fisher challenge for some strange reason. It was so bizarre, and Roger Goodell needs to be embarrassed that he's allowing these shenanigans to continue.
- The Rams ran a promotion called Jeff Fisher Mustache Day, where they handed out fake mustaches to the 50 people who went to the game. Fisher was asked about this, but responded, "Can we talk about football, please?"
Bradford's scores went to Danny Amendola, Brandon Gibson and Matthew Mulligan (yes, yes, he didn't need one). Amendola was the only Ram who had more than three receptions. He actually had 15 of them for 160 yards. The Redskins simply couldn't contain him, save for one play early in the first quarter when he was strip-sixed.
Griffin's touchdown was a 68-yard bomb to Leonard Hankerson, who burned Janoris Jenkins. Griffin could have launched another long score, but the football bounced out of Aldrick Robinson's hands. Robinson, of course, was replacing Pierre Garcon, who was a late scratch.
Steelers 27, Jets 10
By Charlie Campbell - @draftcampbell
However, Sanchez couldn't get in any rhythm after that drive and the Jets struggled to do anything against the Steelers' defense. He had some horrific inaccurate passes that weren't even close to his receivers. Sanchez stunk other than that first drive. He totaled 10-of-27 for 138 yards and a touchdown versus Pittsburgh.
This would have been a good game to go with Tim Tebow and use his portion of the offense. Tebow had a 22-yard run, but that was his one and only carry and he didn't throw any passes. Tebow torched the Steelers' defense for almost 400 combined yards last January when he was with the Broncos, so it makes no sense that the Jets wouldn't give him a shot with Sanchez struggling.
What was the point of trading the pick and spending time in practice on that portion of the offense if the team isn't going to use it? This is suspect coaching from Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano.
Antonio Brown (7-79), Mike Wallace (5-74) and Emmanuel Sanders (3-33) all contributed. Wallace made a highlight-reel, 37-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter to give the Steelers firm control of the game. Roethlisberger finished 24-of-31 for 275 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions.
Both teams got good games from their front sevens. Pittsburgh saw LaMarr Woodley and Cameron Heyward record sacks. Cornerback Ike Taylor was called for a few penalties and looks like age is starting to catch up with him.
Linebacker Garrett McIntyre stood out for New York. He had two sacks and a bunch of tackles.
Chargers 38, Titans 10
Rivers was highly efficient in this contest despite missing his top target, finishing 24-of-32 for 284 yards, the three scores and an interception. Tennessee's defensive front did what it could, sacking him four times, but Rivers was able to torch a Tennessee secondary that is clearly missing Cortland Finnegan.
Locker spent the entire afternoon pathetically bouncing balls in front of his receivers, thanks in part to tremendous pressure by San Diego's pass rush. It was also disappointing to see him scramble only twice (21 yards).
49ers 27, Lions 19
Alex Smith went 20-of-31 for 226 yards and two touchdowns. He occasionally settled for checkdowns instead of looking deep, but he did a great job of managing the game. He received tons of help from his targets, particularly Michael Crabtree, who converted a 3rd-and-7, 3rd-and-14 and 3rd-and-9 with impressive gains after the catch, all on the team's final drive. Lobsterbush finished with six catches for 67 yards.
Smith's two scores went to Vernon Davis, who had five grabs for 73 yards. Randy Moss, meanwhile, had just one catch for 14 yards, though he did draw a pass interference that helped set up a touchdown.
- Matthew Stafford threw a weird interception in the first quarter to Dashon Goldson that wasn't near any of his receivers. The ball appeared to slip out of his hand. Stafford finished 19-of-32 for 230 yards and a touchdown to Brandon Pettigrew (3-18) and the pick.
- The 49ers nailed a field goal late in the first quarter, but the Lions were whistled for running into the kicker. This gave San Francisco a free first down, which eventually led to a trip into the end zone.
- The Lions had an opportunity to force a long-yardage situation on the first play of the first half, but were whistled for an unnecessary face mask.
- Detroit challenged down by contact, which gave them six yards on third-and-long. They won the review, but were immediately whistled for a false start afterward, so the entire, 10-minute process resulted in a net of one yard.
For thoughts on Falcons-Broncos, check out my updated 2012 NFL Power Rankings, which will be posted Tuesday morning.
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