[NFL] the Entire week 1 in one article
Back to the football NFL to a regular season in 2019 that promises to be nothing short of exhilarating. In week 1, opens the dances the victory of the Packers, while in the very hot Sunday, it's raining confirmation by the Chiefs, Rams and Patriots, in addition to the splendid victories of Cowboys, Ravens, Titans and Vikings in particular. On Monday Night, the Saints win at the end, while the Raiders are in the bang.
The kick-off the regular season in 2019 is given to the hot derby of the NFC North between the Bears and Packers. The game, however, is anything but spectacular. The defense of Green Bay is guided by a good Blake Martinez (7 tackles, 1 sack, 1 tacle for loss), takes into Mitchell Trubisky in check, and quarterback disappoint the expectations (26/45 for 228 yards and 1 INT). Chicago in the entire game makes the game board only a field goal, from 38 yards, thanks to rookie Eddy Pineiro. Aaron Rodgers, faced with the exceptional defense of the owners of the house, is not the world (18/30 for 203 yards and 1 TD pass), but the just touchdown pass for 8 yards in the hands of Jimmy Graham to decide on the challenge. Mason Crosby added a field goal from 39 yards and the Packers (1-0) win for 10-3 over the Bears (0-1).
Risk big the Rams, but don't miss the appointment with the victory in the house of the stubborn Panthers. After a first quarter in the sly, Los Angeles accelerates thanks to the field goal by Greg Zuerlein, mark, 49, 56 and 27 yards, and rushing touchdowns from Malcolm Brown, who divides their rides with a Todd Gurley in the middle of service (14-course for 97 yards). Brown finds the end zone from 5 and 1 yards, but Carolina answered blow for blow thanks to Joey Slye, which centers of the poles 46 and 52 yards, and the touchdown of the crazy Christian McCaffrey. The runningback altena 128 yards rushing in 19 courses, with trips in the end zone from 8 and 2 yards, with the other 81 extra 10 receptions. Cam Newton (25/38 for 239 yards with 1 INT and 1 fumble) is kept at bay by the visiting defence, led by the amazing Cory Littleton (14 tackles, 1 INT, 1 FF and 1 FR), and a modest Jared Goff (23/39 for 186 yards with 1 TD pass, 1 INT and 1 fumble) guide his side to victory with a touchdown pass for 5 yards to Tyler Higbee. The Panthers (0-1) replicate with the race winner from 1-yard Alex Amah, but it is not enough to complete the comeback. Win the Rams (1-0) to 30-27.
The Redskins remain in the locker room at half-time and the Eagles took advantage of it to take a well-deserved victory. A phenomenal Case Keenum (30/44 for 380 yards and 3 TD passes) it travels on the wings of enthusiasm in the first time and is the collaboration of Vernon Davis, the extraordinary on the occasion of the touchdowns for 48 yards, and rookie Terry McLaurin (5 receptions for 125 yards and 1 TD), who found the end zone for the first time in his career for 69 yards. Dustin Hopkins added field goals from 41 and 48 yards, but in the house Philadelphia, in the meantime, he woke up DeSean Jackson. The wide receiver collects a performance is incredible (8 receptions for 154 yards and 2 TD) and adds the touchdowns of 51 and 53 yards on the launch of the raging Carson Wentz (28/39 for 313 yards and 3 TD passes). The party also participates in Alshon Jeffery, who found a hole in the end zone on a reception for 5 yards, and, unusually, also with a race winning by 2 yards. The hosts mark 25 consecutive points, considering also the field goal from 22 yards by Jake Elliott, and close the game. There is no way to the touchdown end of Trey Quinn, on reception for 4 yards, if not to fix the score 32-27 in favor of the Eagles (1-0) on the Redskins (0-1).
Crazy comeback of the Bills in the house of the Jets. New York dominates the first three quarters, and by immediately displays two of the large “purchase” of the summer. Commanded her Veon Bell alternates 60 rushing yards on 17-course to other 32 extra 6 receptions, with a touchdown of 9 yards on a roll of a mediocre Sam Darnold (28/41 for 175 yards with 1 TD pass and 1 fumble). C. J. Mosley (5 tackles, 2 passes deflected and 1 INT), however, smashes the game with the interception reported in the end zone as the opponent for 17 yards. Jordan Jenkins scored a safety against Frank Gore and, had it not been for the field goal from 43 yard Stephen Hauschka, it would be absolute dominance after 45 minutes of the game. Becoming a Josh Allen (24/37 for 254 yards with 1 TD pass and 2 INT), however, awakens suddenly in the fourth period. First with the race, winning by 3 yards, and then with the decisive touchdown pass to John Brown for 38 yards, the quarterback scored the unexpected comeback. Win the Bills (1-0) to 17-16 on the Jets (0-1).
It only takes three-quarters of magic to the Vikings for their reason of the disappointing Falcons. The hosts dominate thanks to Dalvin Cook bedazzled (21 course for 111 yards and 2 TD), who collects the rushing touchdowns from 19 and 7 yards, to the aid of a Kirk Cousins accurate, albeit to a minimum (8/10 for 98 yards and 1 TD pass). The quarterback, in addition to throw in the end zone as the usual Adam Thielen for a 23 yard, is also a race winner from 1-yard to seal the 28-0 domain at the end of the third quarter. There is little the late rescue of a Matt Ryan-undertone (33/46 for 304 yards with 2 TD passes and 2 INT), overshadowed by the defense of Anthony Harris (5 tackles and 2 INT) and his companions. The touchdown passes to Calvin Ridley for 20 yards, and Julio Jones, for 2, they serve only to fix the final score on the 28-12 for the Vikings (1-0) the Falcons (0-1).
Resounding defeat at home to the Dolphins, destroyed by the Ravens of a Lamar Jackson stellar. The quarterback demolishes opponents (17/20 for 324 yards and 5 TD passes) thanks to the help of a dazzling Marquise Brown (4 catches for 147 yards and 2 TD), at the sign for 47 and 83 yards, but also Willie Snead, Miles Boykin, and Patrick Ricard, who in the order found the end zone for 33, 5 and 1 yard. Not enough, Mark Ingram lives a debut to dream with Baltimore (14-course meal for 107 yards and 2 TD), giving to the cause of the rushing touchdowns from 1 and 2 yards. The rest think the field goal from 34 yards on a Justin Tucker without errors, and the touchdown pass of Robert Griffin (6-to-6 for 55 yards and 1 TD pass), which replaces Jackson in the final and is Mark Andrews in the end zone for 3-yard. The total points record for the franchise, says 59 at the final whistle. And Miami? The field goal from 54 yards Jason Sanders following the touchdown passes to Preston Williams, on a roll for 6 yards to Ryan Fitzpatrick, and nothing more. The quarterback becomes the first in the history of the NFL to toss a touchdown pass and an interception) in at least eight different teams, before leaving space to the unwatchable Josh Rosen (1/3 for 5 yards and 1 INT). The Ravens (1-0) to dominate the Dolphins (0-1) to 59-10.
The Chiefs enforce the law of the strong against the Jaguars. On a Patrick Mahomes still in the format MVP (25/33 for 378 yards and 3 TD pass, helped on its wonderful day to be a Sammy Watkins-heavenly (9 receptions for 198 yards and 3 TD's), to sign with a touchdown reception of 68, 49 and 3 yards. The Jaguars, at least initially, be able to keep pace with Nick Foles (5/8 for 75 yards and 1 TD pass). Shortly after the touchdown pass for 35 yards for DJ Clark, but the quarterback, however, is injured to his left collarbone and was forced to leave the field. Harrison Butker added field goals of 28, 25, 46 and 35 yards, while Josh Lambo center poles only from 37 and 23 yards. Add a rushing touchdown from 1-yard Damien Williams, and the game is made in favor of Kansas City. To encourage the replacement of Foles is a convincing Garnder Minshew (22/25 for 275 yards with 2 TD passes and 1 INT), but found the end zone only in garbage time, stay tuned Dede Westbrook for 15 yards and Chris Conley for 21. The final score reads 40-26 to the compelling Chiefs (1-0). The Jaguars (0-1) come out defeated and are anxious for Foles, who could even remain out for the rest of the season.
To start the debut of the Browns, but soon turns into a nightmare thanks to the Titans. Dontrell Hilliard immediately prompts the FirstEnergy Stadium with the race winning by 4 yards. The field goal by Cairo Santos from 37 and 53 yards and the first touchdown of the day a masterful Derrick Henry (19 courses for 84 yards and 1 TD), running 1 yard, united to a safety work of Cameron Wake, however, lead Tennessee ahead by nine lengths. The only jolt of the day of a lousy Baker Mayfield (25/38 for 285 yards with 1 TD pass and 3 INT), not particularly helped by the newcomer Odell Beckham (7 catches for 71 yards), and is ready David Njoku for the touchdown reception for 3 yards. Then, the darkness falls on Cleveland. Henry makes the phenomenon, with the receiving touchdowns for 75 yards, while Marcus Mariota distributes nuggets (14/24 for 248 yards and 3 TD passes), with the help of the usual Delanie Walker for touchdowns of 11 and 7 yards. To complete the exciting day of the Titans (1-0), Malcolm Butler, that carries for 38 yards and an interception in Mayfield up to the end zone as the Browns (0-1), defeated even 13-43.
The Seahawks are able to have the better of the Bengals 21 to 20 in a very closely contested match and the team of Cincinnati, who, despite the odds, very unfavourable, they sold their expensive skin. The first quarter is stingy of emotions, the points are scored a few (3 for a field goal, the Bengals) and the defenses have thus become the protagonists. The game, however, literally explodes in the next period: Seattle manages to get in the red zone thanks to an excellent Metcalf (4 receptions for 89 yards) that allows Carson to run in the end zone and scored the first 7 points; the response of Andy Dalton, who delivers a performance well above expectations (35/51 for 418 yards and 2 TD pass), is a flea flicker to Ross (7 receptions for 158 yards and 2 TD) that shows the advantage of the team of Cincinnati