NFL Preseason Week 2 Recap

By on August 24, 2009 in

All NFL preseason games for this week have wrapped up except for the featured Monday night game, where the Baltimore Ravens will take on the New York Jets at M&T Stadium.  Look for all game results to be posted each week right here at!

Week 2 Scores

Thursday, August 20, 2009

New England Patriots 6, Cincinnati Bengals 7 – Chad Ochocinco caught and kicked Cincinnati past the Patriots with 69 receiving yards on top of a completed extra point field-goal.

Philadelphia Eagles 15, Indianapolis Colts 23 – Peyton Manning completed 10 out of 14 passes thrown with 167 yards, leading his team to score two touchdowns in the first quarter.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Dallas Cowboys 30, Tennessee Titans 10 – Dallas QB Tony Romo led his squad by Tennessee with almost 200 passing yards on 18 completed passes.

Minnesota Vikings 17, Kansas City Chiefs 13 – Brett Favre’s QB competition Tavaris Jackson completed 12 out of 15 passes for 202 yards.  The Vikings won through their second half production, scoring 10 out of their 17 total points in the last two quarters.

Atlanta Falcons 20, St. Louis Rams 13 – The Falcons scored 14 of their 20 total points in the first quarter and held the lead from there.  QB Matt Ryan threw 7-for-8 with 81 yards.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Cleveland Browns 27, Detroit Lions 10 – Cleveland put up 20 points in the first quarter at their home stadium, doubling the amount Detroit could score all game.

Washington Redskins 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 13 – The Redskins scored a last quarter TD to take this one by just four points.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24, Jacksonville Jaguars 23 – The Jaguars were able to complete a clutch drive for a touchdown with two minutes remaining, but could not add on the attempted two-point conversion.

Miami Dolphins 27, Carolina Panthers 17 – Dolphins QB Chad Pennington threw for 105 yards as Miami cruised by the Panthers at Land Shark Stadium.

Chicago Bears 17, New York Giants 3 – The Bears were able to score 10 first quarter points and shut down New York aside from a field goal in the second.

New Orleans Saints 38, Houston Texans 14 – The Saints posted at least a touchdown each quarter, leading to a blowout victory in Houston.

San Francisco 49ers 21, Oakland Raiders 20 – San Francisco came back and scored 18 of their 21 points in the final quarter to edge out the Raiders by 1.

San Diego Chargers 17, Arizona Cardinals 6 – Arizona was held to just two field goals in the first and third quarters and no touchdowns.

Seattle Seahawks 27, Denver Broncos 13 – Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck racked up 171 yards on 16 passes completed.

Buffalo Bills 21, Green Bay Packers 31 – Buffalo produced 14 fourth quarter points, but it wasn’t enough to catch up to Green Bay at Lambeau field.


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