NFL Week 2 Game Recaps

Below are snippets of all the Week 2 action in the NFL. For more analysis and discussion on each game, click on the links provided.

Aaron Rodgers– Aaron Rodgers looked fantastic for the second straight week as the Packers put up 24 fourth quarter points in a 48-25 thrashing of the Lions.

– The upstart Bills pulled off one of the better upsets of the day, beating the winless Jaguars 20-16 in Jacksonville.

– The Bengals’ offense looked brutal again this week in the Titans’ 24-7 win in Cincinnati.

– For the second straight week, the Panthers pulled off a fourth quarter comeback, this time rallying to beat the Bears 20-17 in their home opener.

– Jason Campbell and the Redskins’ offense bounced back from a dismal Week 1 performance to beat the Saints 29-24.

– The Colts avoided going 0-2 for the first time since Peyton Manning’s rookie season in 1998 by beating the Vikings 18-15.

– Eli Manning threw for three touchdowns in the Giants’ 41-13 romp over St. Louis.

– Despite rumors circulating that head coach Lane Kiffin could be fired Monday, the Raiders cruised to a 23-8 win over division rival Kansas City.

Brandon Marshall– After a controversial call went in their favor, the Broncos rallied to beat the Chargers 39-38 after Denver went for two with only 24 seconds remaining in the game.

– The Bucs’ defense harassed rookie quarterback Matt Ryan as Tampa beat the Falcons 24-9 to earn their first win of the season.

– Matt Cassel won his first career start as the Patriots beat Brett Favre and the Jets 19-10.

– Kurt Warner threw for 361 yards and three touchdowns in Arizona’s 31-10 win over the Dolphins.

– The Seahawks fell to 0-2 after losing 33-30 to the 49ers in overtime. Matt Hasselbeck threw two interceptions in the loss.

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