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Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams escaped Cleveland with a 20-13 victory over the Browns despite an uneven performance by the offense, which included two touchdowns and two interceptions thrown by quarterback Jared Goff. The defense maintained pressure on Baker Mayfield and sacked the Browns quarterback three times. The Rams return to Los Angeles 3-0, but must find solutions for their offensive woes before they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 4.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll and K.J. Wright both pointed to Teddy Bridgewater getting rid of the ball quickly as a reason why the Seahawks only managed two hits and no sacks on the Saints quarterback. Indeed, Bridgewater's average time before throwing Sunday was 2.44 seconds, according to ESPN charting. That was third-fastest among all quarterbacks in Week 3 (not counting the two playing in the night game). The Seahawks only blitzed on 13.8% of Bridgewater's dropbacks, which was about half the rate at which they blitzed over the first two games. Said Wright: "He's a guy that gets the ball out fast. They don't do too many five-step drops and let our pass-rush get a hold of him. So he got the ball out quick. They had a good game plan." Said Carroll: "We expected to get more pressure." He said he didn't get a good enough look at Ziggy Ansah to comment on how he fared in his Seahawks debut.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll called it an "exceptional performance" from Russell Wilson save for a few low throws that he missed low in the Seahawks' loss to New Orleans. "Other than that, he was spectacular all day long," Carroll said. Wilson completed 32 of a career-high 50 attempts for 406 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for two scores (seven carries, 51 yards). "Timing, moving in the pocket, his scrambling was excellent today," Carroll said. "He took full advantage of movement and getting outside the pocket. The guys did a great job to adjust to him. We have that part of our game together. That was very sharp today. And he ran at selective times well again as he did last week." Wilson is off to perhaps the best start of his career with seven touchdowns, no interceptions and a 71.4% completion rate through three games. Said Carroll: "He's really playing great ball right now."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snaps (based on 47): QB — Falk 47; RB — Bell 47, Montgomery 7, Powell 1; WR — Anderson 47, Crowder 42, Berrios 28; TE — Griffin 44, Wesco 11, Brown 6; OL — Beachum 47, Osemele 47, Kalil 47, Winters 47, Shell 47. ANALYSIS: With Demaryius Thomas out, Crowder played outside instead of the slot to accommodate Berrios. Not sure why they didn't use Josh Bellamy. Powell received a crumb in his season debut. Bell never came off the field. (Courtesy: NFL Next Gen Stats)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snaps (based on 73): DL — Williams 50, Anderson 43, Phillips 45, Kaufusi 28, McLendon 24, Fatukasi 22; LB — Hewitt 73, Cashman 66, Basham 47, Langi 21, Luvu 14; DB — Roberts 73, Hairston 73, Adams 73, Maye 73, Poole 67, Johnson 7, Maulet 2, Miles 2. ANALYSIS: Trumaine Johnson, the most expensive dime back in the NFL. Big workload by Brandon Phillips, undrafted rookie.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Allen's Total QBR against Arizona was 85.6, the fourth-highest in the league entering the Sunday night game. Allen actually had a higher QBR in his Week 17 start (94.4) last season against New Orleans.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs coach Bruce Arians said that he took the delay-of-game penalty on purpose. "He's better back...the field is easier back 5 yards. No sense in hurrying. We wanted to move the ball over, put it in the middle and make it an easy field goal."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams trail the Browns, 6-3, at halftime, following a slow first half for the offense for a third consecutive week. Jared Goff is working behind an offensive line that has three-first year starters on the interior and it is showing. The Rams have rushed for only 11 yards and Goff has been working under pressure, completing 16 of 23 passes for 147 yards.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite being down five defensive starters, including its entire starting secondary, Cleveland is taking it to QB Jared Goff and the Rams. Through one half, the Browns have forced seven QB pressures and two sacks, including Myles Garrett's strip-sack of Goff to set up a go-ahead field goal just before halftime.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

The blitz is working for the Browns. According to ESPN Stats & Info, Rams QB Jared Goff is just 1-of-4 for negative one yard against the blitz.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Saquon Barkley told me he had a high ankle sprain before, his freshman year at Penn State. He missed two games with that injury.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll doesn't seem to have reached his breaking point yet with Chris Carson despite his sudden fumbling problem. Carson lost a fumble Sunday that the Saints returned for a touchdown, a key play in the Seahawks' 33-27 loss. It was Carson's third fumble in as many games (not counting a botched handoff that wasn't entirely his fault). But Carroll was supportive of Carson postgame. It didn't come off as an ultimatum when he said Carson needs to fix the issue, and he seemed to suggest that his fumbles were more the result of great plays by the defenders than sloppy ball security. "He's had three remarkable, remarkable punches that have knocked the ball out and he was covering it and his conscious was in the right place and it happened again," Carroll said. In other words: expect Carson to remain the starter ahead of Rashaad Penny when Seattle heads to Arizona next week.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs legends Jimmie Giles, Warren Sapp, Mike Alstott, Derrick Brooks and Paul Gruber welcomed Ronde Barber into the Buccaneer Ring of Honor in a special halftime ceremony.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals punter Andy Lee said he doesn't think his hip flexor is "anything crazy, crazy serious but it's enough to where I couldn't continue to do my job. We'll see what happens." He doesn't know exactly when he injured his hip but said it happened when he was either chasing down Panthers returner Ray-Ray McCloud early in the fourth quarter or tackling him. Lee said he didn't feel anything for a couple of minutes on the sideline.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

By rule of the most important stat in football -- turnover margin -- the 49ers not only should have lost to Pittsburgh on Sunday, they probably should have lost handily. Instead, these Niners again found a way to win and for as ugly as it might have been, it was a victory they wouldn't have gotten a season ago. Overcoming five turnovers and coming up with timely drives and a pair of takeaways of their own yielded the team's first 3-0 start since 1998. "It's just the mindset of the locker room," quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo said. "Complementary football... that's how you create a good football team. We're getting there." Indeed, there's still plenty of work for the 49ers to do moving forward, work that begins even on next week's bye. But the early returns indicate this is a team that's finally moving in the right direction.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs' defense under Todd Bowles had quietly been the talk of the league through the first two weeks of the season. But today, in the second half alone, they surrendered 300 passing yards and three touchdowns to rookie Daniel Jones and allowed the Giants to come back from an 18-point deficit.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

There was a lot of talk by Kliff Kingsbury about getting "off schedule" when the Cardinals went down, meaning they had to start throwing the ball instead of finding a balance with the run game. Kyler Murray said the Cardinals were "one dimensional" when they went down 15, allowing the Panthers' defense to pin their ears back and rush without abandon. Murray also said his second interception was just him forcing a throw, trying to make something happen.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

There was a point in the second quarter Daniel Jones went into the huddle and said, "Let's fu***** score!" Guys were taken aback. Had never seen that side of him, seen him curse. Moments later he pulled a zone read and ran in a touchdown. Had the sideline buzzing.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants owner Steve Tisch told me before the game it was the start of a "new chapter." He raved afterwards about the poise and composure of the 22-year-old quarterback. Chapter 1 an overwhelmingly optimistic story.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Janoris Jenkins' final numbers allowed when he was the nearest defender to the targeted receiver today: 8 completions on 13 targets for 191 yards and two touchdowns, per NFL Next Gen Stats. Most yards allowed as nearest defender in a game this year.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton got his first win ever without Drew Brees on Sunday. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater got his first win since the 2015 season. And the Saints proved their playoff hopes aren't sunk with a resilient 33-27 victory at Seattle. Making the win all the more impressive – it was the Seahawks' first home loss in September during the Pete Carroll era. They were previously 15-0.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

A magical first start for Daniel Jones, rallying the Giants from an 18-point halftime deficit to a 32-31 victory over the Bucs. Jones threw for over 300 yards but it was his legs that were the difference. Tampa coach Bruce Arians said during the week that the difference between Jones and Eli Manning was "mobility." Boy did that prove to be true. Jones' 7-yard was TD run with just over a minute to play on fourth down was the difference.