The National Football League has showcased a number of surprises and upsets just two weeks into the 2010 regular season. The Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears remain undefeated after a pair of close wins over the Browns and Cowboys. The Houston Texans momentum carried on in light of their OT victory against Donovan McNabb and the Washington Redskins. The World Champion New Orleans Saints will continue celebrating following their 25-22 W over the San Francisco 49ers Monday night. All week 2 scores are listed below!
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 41, Arizona Cardinals 7 – RB Jason Snelling stepped up for 129 yards and two touchdowns from 24 carries.
Cincinnati Bengals 15, Baltimore Ravens 10 – Mike Nugent split five through the uprights to lift the Ravens on the road.
Kansas City Chiefs 16, Cleveland Browns 14 – The Chiefs were able to score at least three points in all four quarters to show off their first 2-0 start since 2005.
Chicago Bears 27, Dallas Cowboys 20 – Jay Cutler led Chicago with 277 yards passing and three TD’s from 21 completions.
Philadelphia Eagles 35, Detroit Lions 32 – Michael Vick delivered as QB #1, leading the Philadelphia offense to 21 points in the first half to edge the Lions.
Green Bay Packers 34, Buffalo Bills 7 – The Packers D locked up Buffalo through the entire second half as QB Aaron Rodgers led the offense to strike early and often.
Pittsburgh Steelers 19, Tennessee Titans 11 – Vince Young was benched after gift wrapping two interceptions en route to a Steelers W at LP Field in Nashville.
Miami Dolphins 14, Minnesota Vikings 10 – Brett Favre tossed three picks and fumbled to give the Miami Dolphins their second win of the season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20, Carolina Panthers 7 – The Bucs posted 14 points in the first half, which led to a strong defensive campaign in the remaining two blocks for the squad to claim victory over Carolina.
Denver Broncos 31, Seattle Seahawks 14 – WR Demaryius Thomas caught eight passes for 97 yards and one touchdown.
Oakland Raiders 16, St Louis Rams 14 – Bruce Gradkowski stepped in at the start of the third to pass for 162 yards and one touchdown from 11 completions.
New York Jets 28, New England Patriots 14 – Mark Sanchez threw for three TD’s and 220 yards from 21 passes completed.
San Diego Chargers 38, Jacksonville Jaguars 13 – San Diego capitalized on six Jaguars turnovers to win big at home.
Houston Texans 30, Washington Redskins 27 – Neil Rackers kicked in the winning field goal in overtime to send his Texans past Washington.
Indianapolis Colts 38, New York Giants 14 – Peyton Manning outdueled his younger brother with 255 yards and three TD’s from 20 passes completed.
Monday, September 20, 2010
New Orleans Saints 25, San Francisco 49ers 22 – Saints denied the Niners with a last second FG to earn their first road win of the year.