NFL Week 3 Recaps

Below are snippets of all the Week 3 action in the NFL. For more analysis and discussion on each game, click on the links provided.

Ronnie Brown– Ronnie Brown scored five touchdowns as the Miami Dolphins shocked the New England Patriots 38-13.

– The New York Giants avoided their first loss of season thanks to John Carney’s 22-yard game-winning field goal in a 26-23 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime.

– Matt Ryan and Michael Turner helped the Falcons earn their second win of the season as Atlanta crushed the Chiefs 38-14.

– The Bills needed a 38-yard game winning field goal from Rian Lindell as time expired to beat the Oakland Raiders 24-23.

– Brian Griese attempted a near-record 67 passes as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Chicago Bears 27-24 in overtime. It was the second time in as many weeks that the Bears lost despite having a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter.

– The Vikings used a great defensive effort to beat the Carolina Panthers 20-10, earning their first win of the season.

– The Tennessee Titans flustered Houston QB Matt Schaub in a 31-12 rout of the Texans.

– Jason Campbell and the Washington Redskins earned their second victory of the year, beating the Arizona Cardinals 24-17.

Denver Broncos– The red-hot Broncos won their third straight, beating the New Orleans Saints in a wild, 34-32 shootout in Denver.

– The Eagles harassed QB Ben Roethlisberger all game, coming away with a 15-6 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Philly.

– Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens notched their second win of the year, beating Derek Anderson and the struggling Cleveland Browns 28-10.

– Julius Jones rushed for 140 yards and a touchdown as the Seattle Seahawks crushed the hapless St. Louis Rams, 37-13.

– Offensive coordinator Mike Martz and his San Francisco 49ers beat his former team, the Detroit Lions 31-13.

– The Jacksonville Jaguars avoided falling to 0-3 on the season thanks to Josh Scobee’s 51-yard field goal with less than 10 seconds remaining in a 23-21 win over division rival Indianapolis.

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