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Neil Monnery assesses the fantasy NFL Thursday Night football is a proper divisional match-up this week as Baltimore head to Cincinnati. Both sides enjoyed big wins in their opening games, so who Romilly Evans previews a tight tandem of live TV games for the opening Monday Night Football of the regular season, where he expects Todd Gurley to pick up w The waiting is finally over.
The reigning Super Bowl champs found a way to hold off Atlanta on Thursday night but what about the other 15 games? Read on for all the detail In a new weekly column for betting. The NFL is back and with it comes Betting. Betfair American football expert Mike Carlson as he kicks off week one of the new season with bets on Cincinnati, D OK, I get it.
Brady to feel the heat in Sacksonville The Patriots go to Jacksonville in week two and Neil Monnery thinks the Jaguars' defense can be the difference. The Falcons defense ranked No. They just lost their best defender, Deion Jones , as well as starting safety Keanu Neal. Jones is the heart and soul of the Falcons defense, and this is the worst possible week to be without him because Christian McCaffrey is coming to town. Atlanta's pass defense against running backs had long been its weak point.
The past three seasons, from an opponent's 20 to the end zone 80 yards away, RB targets against the Falcons produced a 50 percent success rate, No. And now without the key players that would cover running backs out of the backfield, it's just a juicy matchup for McCaffrey to exploit.
The problem for Carolina is it must exploit that matchup because the Panthers lost tight end Greg Olsen , and they are weaker up front with an offensive line decimated by injuries. That means Cam Newton likely will take fewer deep drops so he can get the ball out underneath. The Eagles have one of the NFL's best offensive lines, and the Falcons still were only able to record two sacks on 34 dropbacks by Nick Foles in Week 1.
The Panthers don't have nearly that stout of an offensive line and absorbed three sacks on just 29 Newton dropbacks against the Cowboys' defense at home.
To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies? Week two of the NFL season throws up a number of interesting games. The Philadelphia Eagles got their campaign off to a winning start, defeating the Atlanta Falcons on home soil in the curtain raiser and now have the challenge of maintaining their form. The Kansas City Chiefs are among the sides that are looking to string back-to-back victories together along with the Carolina Panthers and the New York Jets.
Tyreek Hill was unstoppable, The Bengals came from behind to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on the road. Clayton Fejedelem was the hero for the visitors as he forced a fumble from Jack Doyle before returning the 83 yards for a touchdown.
The Ravens put 47 points on the board, cruising to their first win of the campaign. Both quarterbacks were on point for their sides. Andy Dalton threw an early interception, but was able to bounce back with two touchdown passes to guide his side to a comeback win.
Joe Flacco found his rhythm, notching three touchdown The Detroit Lions and the New York Jets embark on new eras in the history of their respective franchises at the start of the campaign. The Jets moved up in the Draft to select USC quarterback Sam Darnold in the hope of ending their endless search for a quality signal-caller. New York have been starved of talent at the quarterback position since the days of Joe Namath.