- Baltimore, MD 21230
|Trent Taylor, WR||Inactive|
|Jimmie Ward, CB||Inactive|
|Jason Verrett, CB||Inactive|
|Dee Ford, DE||Questionable|
|Joe Staley, OT||Questionable|
|Trace McSorley, QB||Inactive|
|Daylon Mack, DT||Inactive|
|Jaylon Ferguson, LB||Inactive|
|Jimmy Smith, CB||Inactive|
|Jaleel Scott, WR||Inactive|
|Points Per Game||31.0||59.0|
|Points Allowed Per Game||17.0||10.0|
|Pass Yards Allowed||194.0||190.0|
|Rush Yards Allowed||121.0||21.0|
Chargers' Casey Hayward corrals batted pass for first INT since 2017
Lions WR Kenny Golladay was trying to make a play, but he deflected the ball into Hayward's hands for the interception in the end zone.
Wilson, Seahawks edge Steelers 28-26 as Roethlisberger exits
Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns, including a 28-yard rainbow to DK Metcalf midway through the fourth quarter, and the Seattle Seahawks held off the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-26 on Sunday.
Eli's bad day fuels Bills' victory
Eli Manning throws two interceptions and a slew of tipped balls as Josh Allen and the Bills capitalize on the Giants' mistakes.
Murray throws for over 300 yards in loss to Ravens
Kyler Murray turns in a good performance vs. the Ravens as he goes 25-of-40 with 349 yards passing in a 23-17 loss.
Lions' Kenny Golladay shows he's one of the NFL's rising talents in win
Golladay has become one of Matthew Stafford's most trusted targets, and he proved why with the game-winning TD in the win over the Chargers.
Jackson leads Ravens past Cardinals
Lamar Jackson shows out in the Ravens' win vs. the Cardinals as he goes 24-of-37, passing for 272 yards with two touchdowns.