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The Vikings had fewer than three wide receivers on the field for 46 of their 60 offensive plays against the Packers, per NFL Next Gen Stats. Minnesota trailed most of the game.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles exited Atlanta not only with a 24-20 loss, but with a number of injuries that could impact them as they turn their attention to Week 3 against the Detroit Lions. Receivers DeSean Jackson (groin) and Alshon Jeffery (calf) went down in the first half and didn't return. Tight end Dallas Goedert didn't play a snap after tweaking his calf pre-game. Defensive tackle Tim Jernigan (foot) left the stadium in a walking boot and running back Corey Clement (shoulder) also couldn't finish. This is the second-oldest team in the NFL. Talent is not the question with this squad. It's whether they can make it to the finish line. Sunday's game will only heighten those concerns.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Ram DT Aaron Donald retreated to the locker room in the second quarter against the Saints, but returned after a few series. McVay said after the game that Donald's back "Just tightened up a little bit." Donald finished with one tackle for a loss.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Todd Gurley rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries in a 27-9 victory over the Saints. Malcolm Brown rushed for 37 yards on six carries. Sean McVay was asked if Gurley splitting carries with Brown was the new normal. "It's hard to say right now," McVay said. "Through two games, I think they both have done a nice job. As the season continues to progress, I think we'll really find out." When asked what his understanding of his role was, and if this was the new normal, Gurley responded: "Ask Sean. I'm not the head coach. I'm good."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Darnell Savage, who left the locker room in a boot, got kicked in the shin and is not believed to have a serious injury, a source said. The Packers will put the rookie safety through some additional tests on Monday just to make sure.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb was trying his best after the game to maintain his composure. On his roughing the passer penalty he said tersely: “They called roughing the passer so that's what it was.'' On the Bears getting one second put back on the clock just before the game-winning kick, Chubb said: “It looked like the clock had run out … we put the game in their hands, got to handle it earlier and we didn't do that, we let it come down to them and they won.'' And on if there were things to be pleased about in some of the defensive effort, he said: “We can't be pleased with nothing, we're 0-2.''

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Nose tackle Antwaun Woods has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and will undergo more testing on Monday to determine the severity. He did not return after getting hurt in the first half with Christian Covington taking over nose tackle. Second-round pick Trysten Hill should be active if Woods has to miss a portion of time. Hill has yet to play this season.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The last seven years have taken its toll on Eli Manning. His career record is now even at 116-116 after Sunday's loss to the Bills. A stunning turn of events considering he once had 9 straight seasons of .500 or better.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles hit hard as can be by injuries in the first half. Receivers Alshon Jeffery (calf) and DeSean Jackson (groin) were sidelined, as was TE Dallas Goedert (calf). QB Carson Wentz left briefly to be evaluated in the medical tent. C Jason Kelce and WR Nelson Agholor took trips into the medical tent as well. Wentz did not look himself after taking a big hit early from Deion Jones. He finished 6-of-16 for 47 yards and two interceptions.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles QB Carson Wentz replaced in the lineup by Josh McCown late in the second half. Wentz took a clean shot to the midsection from Deion Jones early and has not looked like himself, going 6-of-15 for 47 yards with 2 interceptions.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles are down several skill position players early. Receivers DeSean Jackson (groin) and Alshon Jeffery (calf) and TE Dallas Goedert (calf) are all questionable to return. Depth at receiver is being tested.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mason Rudolph after his first half of NFL football: I feel confident and ready to start a game if needed.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos coach Vic Fangio on left tackle Garett Bolles, who was flagged four times for holding in Sunday's loss to the Bears: “We have the best offensive line coach in the business here (in Mike Munchak). And Garett's going to learn from this game. They have some good players. And he's going to learn from it and he'll move on. But he's our left tackle and he's gonna be our left tackle and he needs to play without holding. Again, I haven't seen the plays he was called for so my comments are a little bit of the ignorant nature right now.''

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Travis Kelce on the Chiefs' big second quarter: "It's the (biggest) fun rush I've had in my life, man. And that's what you want every single week is to come out and to feel unstoppable. And we did in that moment.''

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Kirk Cousins has a QBR or 15.7 — second-worst among qualified quarterbacks ahead of only Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Travis Kelce sounded nostalgic about playing for the final time at the Oakland Coliseum: "The fan base here is going to let you know how they feel,'' Kelce said. "That's why I love coming here. The bus ride here is going to feel weird coming into a different location. I get amped up coming into a hostile environment like this. Seeing everyone when you come in flicking you off on the bus, you see a few people's cheeks that you didn't want to see. It's football at its finest, man. We're going to miss that coming here so shout out to everybody in Oakland for making it what it was.”

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees said he plans to see a hand specialist in Los Angeles tonight. Until then he doesn't know the severity of his thumb injury. He had an X-ray Sunday but that's not enough to determine the extent. "Yeah I am concerned," Brees said. "I'm hoping it's not too significant."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

A week ago, Jerry Jones said a deal for Dak Prescott was “imminent,” but a few days later acknowledged just because he thinks it is imminent doesn't mean the quarterback thinks it is imminent. After Sunday's win against Washington, Jones continued to display his belief a deal will get done. “I have no hesitation about it. I'm very comfortable. He's very comfortable,” Jones said. “The way it is, he's very comfortable. Those are things we re-emphasize a timeframe in anything that requires two people … and I'm not trying to be talking riddles here. Certainly from the standpoint of where we've been from talking about, his business, talking about the Cowboys' business, we have a lot of water under the bridge.”

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton supported QB Teddy Bridgewater despite his ineffective performance Sunday. Payton said Bridgewater was ready to go and called him a pro. Payton said he was disappointed with the play around him — especially penalties that kept backing up the offense and an offensive line that Payton said got "whipped" up front. It doesn't sound like there will be any QB controversy between Bridgewater and Taysom Hill if Drew Brees can't play next Sunday with his thumb injury. "I felt comfortable with Teddy and do feel comfortable with Teddy," Payton said.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Demarcus Robinson said he wasn't surprised by the Chiefs' big offensive second quarter. "That's just what we do."

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton said it was a thumb injury for Drew Brees and it was immediately too painful for him to throw. But he said there won't be an update until they do all the medical tests. Payton suggested no update for two days.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The suffering isn't over for the Saints. They allowed a 66-yard pass to Rams receiver Cooper Kupp on perhaps the ugliest play of the game midway through the fourth quarter. Four Saints players missed tackles on the play — CB Marshon Lattimore, who was stiff-armed by Kupp; S Marcus Williams and CB P.J. Williams, who were both partially blocked; and CB Eli Apple, who was the victim of a nasty cutback. LB A.J. Klein eventually tackled Kupp at the 1-yard line, but the Rams scored on the next play.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Few outside the walls of Silver and Blackdom expected the rebuilding Raiders to actually, you know, beat the high-flying Chiefs on Sunday. But after Monday night's exhilarating defeat of the Denver Broncos and a good week of practice, throwing a scare at reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes and Co. seemed doable. Such was the case…for 15 minutes. Because after taking a 10-0 lead, the wheels fell off and Mahomes, well, he took off in the second quarter, slicing and dicing an already suspect Raiders secondary en route to a 28-10 Chiefs victory. It was a bad taste to leave in the mouths of the Oakland faithful, what with the Raiders not playing again in the East Bay until Nov. 3.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

When Stephon Gilmore was the nearest defender to the targeted receiver today, the Dolphins were 1-7 for 15 yards and an interception, per NFL Next Gen Stats.