Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season continues Sunday night, with the Green Bay Packers seeking to get in the win column when they play host to the Chicago Bears. Earlier, there were terrific late finishes for the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins and more.
Here are the top plays from Sunday’s action.
He’s on the board
Allen Robinson was barely involved in the Rams offense in Week 1.
Week 2 was a different story.
Hit the juke stick!
Cooper Kupp made a shifty move for his second touchdown of the game, which extended the Rams’ lead to 28-3.
The Falcons make it interesting
But Atlanta staged a furious rally. After stopping the Rams’ offense late in the fourth quarter, the Falcons blocked a punt and returned it for a score. A two-point conversion cut the Rams’ lead to 31-25.
Jalen Ramsey gets the key interception
The Rams’ star corner made a leaping grab at the goal line as the Falcons looked to take the lead. Los Angeles took a safety to help kill the clock, but the Falcons weren’t able to get a Hail Mary pass off.
Trey Lance carted off
Lance was carted off with an ankle injury.
Jimmy Garoppolo throws his first touchdown of the season
Filling in for the injured Lance, Garoppolo found Ross Dwelley wide open for the score to extend the 49ers’ lead to 13-0.
Don’t get too comfortable just yet, 49ers
San Francisco was about to go up 23-0. However, Robbie Gould’s 20-yard chip shot field goal attempts was blocked and returned all the way for a Seattle touchdown. Michael Jackson scooped the ball up and returned it all the way to make it a 20-7 ballgame. But the Seahawks couldn’t mount any threat on offense in the loss.
Cowboys surge to surprising lead
Running back Tony Pollard had a 47-yard run that put the Cowboys on the doorstep of the Bengals’ goal line. After a review determined Pollard was just short, he finished the job off on the next play and scored a touchdown to put Dallas up, 14-3.
Bengals tie it up!
The Cowboys pull off the upset!
Cooper Rush led Dallas down the field to set Brett Maher up for the 50-yard field goal to win the game as time expired.
Broncos’ offense looks lackluster in Russell Wilson’s home debut
Wilson’s first home game with the Broncos certainly didn’t start the way he hoped it would. Denver scored just six points in the first half and on the opening drive of the second half, Wilson threw an interception off a great play by Christian Kirksey.
Broncos finally get into the end zone
Wilson connected with Eric Saubert for a touchdown, which gave the Broncos a 13-9 lead.
Raiders dominate to start
Davante Adams scored the first touchdown of the game for the Raiders. For their second touchdown, Las Vegas called on its other big red zone target: Darren Waller. He made an impressive one-on-one grab to give the Raiders a 17-0 lead.
Kyler dazzles to make it a one-score game
The Cardinals quarterback ran all over the field before getting into the end zone on the two-point conversion to cut the Raiders’ lead to 23-15.
Kyler sends the game to overtime!
The Cardinals quarterback scrambled into the end zone for a touchdown as time expired. After a delay of game penalty moved them five yards back for the two-point conversion, Murray completed an impressive pass to A.J. Green to tie the game at 23-23.
Scoop-and-score for the win!
That’s one way to start a game
Devin Duvernay ran the opening kickoff back to the house for the Ravens.
Another long Ravens TD
Ravens receiver Rashod Bateman took a slant pass from Lamar Jackson 75 yards to give Baltimore a 14-7 lead over Miami.
Lamar takes off
Jackson took off for a 79-yard touchdown run, giving the Ravens a three-score lead.
Dolphins back in it
Tagovailoa hit Tyreek Hill on a 48-yard touchdown, bringing the Dolphins to within one score.
Dolphins storm back
Tagovailoa hit Hill again. This time it was a 60-yard touchdown that tied the game at 35.
Dolphins pull off 21-point comeback
Tagovailoa hit Waddle for the game-winning touchdown with 14 seconds remaining.
Jaguars strike first
Trevor Lawrence connected with Christian Kirk to get the Jaguars on the board.
Jaguars are cooking
James Robinson ran in a 37-yard score to give the Jaguars a 14-point lead.
Lions start strong
Coming off a safety, Jared Goff hit Amon-Ra St. Brown for Detroit’s first touchdown of the game.
Lions get first second-half score
After another Washington touchdown, D’Andre Swift found a way to reach the end zone for Detroit, getting their lead back to two scores.
Browns, Jets trading TDs
Jacoby Brissett hit Amari Cooper for Cleveland’s second touchdown of the game.
Jets staying alive
Flacco connected with Corey Davis on a 66-yard touchdown to make it a one-score game with 1:22 left.
Jets stun the Browns!
After recovering an onside kick, the Jets brought the ball down the field in a drive culminating with Flacco finding Garrett Wilson for a game-winning touchdown.
Patriots make a play
Nelson Agholor makes the impressive jump ball grab to give the Patriots a 10-3 lead before halftime.
Steelers show life
Pittsburgh answered New England’s second touchdown of the game, as Mitchell Trubisky hit Pat Freiermuth for an eight-yard score. The Steelers converted a two-point conversion.
Panthers score game’s first TD
Baker Mayfield found DJ Moore in the end zone as the Panthers opened the scoring.
Giants come right back
Daniel Jones hit Daniel Bellinger for a 16-yard score, New York’s first touchdown of the game.
A brawl broke out in the fourth quarter, which resulted in Mike Evans and Marshon Lattimore being ejected.
Buccaneers take the lead
Brady hit Breshad Perriman for a 28-yard passing touchdown to give Tampa Bay the lead.
Buccaneers take control
Mike Edwards ran a Jameis Winston interception back to the house, giving the Buccaneers a 20-3 lead.
Can Prescott come back early?
The Dallas Cowboys lost to Tampa Bay in Week 1 and also lost quarterback Dak Prescott to a thumb injury. FOX Sports NFL reporter Jay Glazer reported on Sunday that Prescott’s injury isn’t as bad as originally thought, so much so that the Cowboys have refrained from making a trade.
“The fracture was [at the] bottom of the thumb, so they put a plate in there,” Glazer explained. “That wound from that surgery takes about 7-10 days to heal. The problem after that is, how quickly does his grip come back? And when his grip comes back, how long does it take him to grip it and throw the tight spiral that he wants. That’s the question we don’t know. You’re hearing reports 4-6 weeks, 6-8 weeks, you don’t know.”
FOX Sports NFL analyst and former Saints head coach Sean Payton explained how Brady’s arrival in Tampa Bay changed the NFC South on FOX NFL Kickoff.
“Look, back when Tampa signed Tom Brady that gets your attention in the division because quite honestly they hadn’t been a threat,” Payton said. “I’ve never seen anything take place that quickly during the course of one year, one signing that meant so much to a team. That shifted a lot of things because he brought credibility to an organization that really had lacked it, he brought leadership, but also someone that was able to help acquire some other players.”
Meanwhile, the reigning champion Los Angeles Rams are looking to bounce back from a 31-10 Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills. FOX Sports NFL analyst Charles Woodson called Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey‘s effort from Week 1 into question on FOX NFL Kickoff.
“When you watch that tape, and you watch him watch a guy run by him down the field, that’s not what top corners do in the game,” Woodson said. “Myself, Revis, Prime, you would never see us on the film watch a guy run past you. That is an effort thing.”
Charles Woodson and the ‘Fox NFL Kickoff’ crew question Jalen Ramsey’s effort in Rams’ week 1 matchup
Charles Woodson and the ‘FOX NFL Kickoff’ crew discuss Jalen Ramsey’s effort in the Los Angeles Rams’ Week 1 matchup against the Buffalo Bills.
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