NFL Week 2 Updates and Schedule

The second week of preseason football is underway. There are three more weeks before regular season opener so expect to see more players and familiar names.

The festivities began Thursday morning with the New England PatriotsRolling past the host Philadelphia EaglesEagles play in the game of. Jalen HurtsBecause of illness, had to be reschedule.

The Friday meeting between the Kansas City ChiefsAnd Arizona CardinalsA college reunion was held with Chiefs' quarterback Patrick MahomesAttaining his coach Texas TechKliff Kingsbury. However, neither Mahomes or Cardinals are the quarterbacks Kyler MurrayHe did a lot in just a quarter of the workday and Mahomes was caught on his last pass.

The action is expected to be most active on Saturday, when there are 10 games. Afternoon showdown between the participants will kick off the day. Buffalo BillsAnd Chicago BearsThen, follow by New York JetsFace to face with the Green Bay Packers. It is possible to meet the Jets' rookie QB Zach WilsonPackers legend fanboying Aaron RodgersIn real-time. Night slate includes a Texas-sized fight between the Houston TexansAnd Dallas CowboysThe “Jerry World” magazine and the Las Vegas RaidersLos Angeles's most loved team taking on Los Angeles RamsWhoever wants that title.

The Odell Beckham Jr.Between the New York GiantsAnd Cleveland BrownsIt is one among two Sunday contests. Trevor LawrenceThe Jacksonville JaguarsVisit the New Orleans SaintsOn Monday

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Friday's Games

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Patrick Mahomes makes a scramble and throws an interception into the end zone in his match against the Cardinals.

A standout performer Chiefs receiver Bryon Pringle: 4 receptions, 63 yards

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Chris JonesIt looks like Jones is ready for big things. Jones recorded a sack in the Cardinals game, making it two in three quarters. He also intercepted and forced one fumble. He has been replaced at defensive tackle so the Chiefs don't need to worry about him changing his defensive position. Jarran ReedAlso, he had a bag. — Adam Teicher

Next game Vs. Vikings (8:05 p.m. ET, August 27

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While it is easy to just say that the preseason doesn't count, there were some plays on Friday night which could have caused concern for the Cardinals. There was some miscommunication in the first quarter between the quarterback and receiver. Kyler MurrayLarge receiver Rondale MooreOne play, one thing A.J. GreenOne team may be better than the other. Perhaps it was a small kink in the system that needed to be fixed, but those kinds of problems so close to the regular-season are not to be dismissed. First-team offense for the Cardinals was a disaster. Murray ran for only one of the four yards, and Murray had just one run for eight yards. Although it may not be important, it was certainly ugly. — Josh Weinfuss

Next gameSaints (8:15 p.m. ET, 28 Aug.


A standout performerWashington RB Jaret Patterson: 16 carries, 71 yards, TD

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Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr ChaseThe last 72 hours will be remembered as an educational experience. Bengals cornerback Chidobe AwuzieDuring Wednesday's practice, Chase defeated the 2021 fifth-round pick. Chase lost three targets on Friday against Washington. All of the drops were made by Chase while on third downs. Chase's struggles with dropping targets throughout training camp have been a problem. However, in his breakout 2019 season at LSU, he had a mere six drops on just 124 targets, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Chase may have had trouble getting into the football rhythm since he left 2020. Or maybe it was just an unfortunate couple of days. Chase will look to fix it before the regular season begins. — Ben Baby

Next game 4 p.m. vs. Dolphins ET, August 29

NFL Week 2 Updates and Schedule

Washington's offense was expected to be more efficient this season but it did not perform well against the Bengals. Ryan FitzpatrickThrew for 96 yards and completed seven of his 13 passes. Although he made a good throw, the passing game was lacking rhythm. Dyami Brown for 29 yards. It was inconsistant with the run game Antonio GibsonHe is a large back, but still has to learn how to utilize all of his strength to make more sense in situations where he needs to sprint. Jaret Patterson was undrafted rookie. His work included some practice with starting players and he also returned a kickoff of 37 yards. Washington may need four running backs to help him on special teams. He continues to demonstrate that he is a runner with some speed and patience. It's possible they have discovered a true gem.John Keim

Next game at Ravens (6 p.m. ET, 28 Aug.


Game on Thursday

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Cam Newton scores a touchdown of 28 yards on Jakobi Meyers late in the quarter.

A standout performerPatriots QB Cam Newton: 8-of-9 passing for 103 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT

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Cam NewtonThe most important statement he made was that he will not give up his job as quarterback. He finished the game 8 of 9, for 103 yards and one touchdown. Newton was as relaxed as he has been in his Patriot days, even against Eagles second-string defense. His 28-yard touchdown to receiver made Newton look as at home as a Patriot. Jakobi MeyersMeyers followed him, and he gave Meyers a hand signal prior to the snap. This was his way of indicating his intent. It shows a QB/WR who are operating at their best from a presnap communication perspective. In the interim, Mac JonesThere were some highlights, including Jones' first drive that covered 91 yard in 17 plays. It took 9:04 off the clock. Jones was 13 of 19 for 146 yards in four drives. — Mike Reiss

Next game Giants (6:15 p.m. ET, August 29

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Rookie receiver DeVonta SmithMade his preseason debut with two catches of 19 yards and four targets. Smith was able to move freely and wasn't affected by his injury, which kept him away from practice for two weeks. Smith caught his second catch, starting inside. He then hit the brakes and cut back to beat the cornerback. Michael JacksonSmith was able to show his Heisman Trophy-winning qualities for the reception at a distance of 10 yards. Smith had to take some time to shake off the rust. His night began with just a few drops and a pair of passes that were not perfect. Joe FlaccoWho started as a patient with an illness? Jalen HurtsSmith was a smooth player and the games progressed. The game opened pretty regularly. It was an excellent warm-up game for the regular season opener against the Atlanta FalconsOn September 12,Tim McManus

Next gameJets (7:30 pm. ET, August 27


Saturday's Games

Buffalo at Chicago1.30 p.m. ET, NFL Network

New York Giants at Green Bay4.25 p.m. ET, NFL Network

Atlanta at Miami7:00 p.m. ET

Baltimore at Carolina7:00 p.m. ET

Detroit at Pittsburghat 7:30 pm. ET, NFL Network

Tennessee at Tampa BayAt 7:30 PM ET

Houston at Dallas8:15 p.m. ET

Indianapolis at Minnesota8:15 p.m. ET

Las Vegas at Los Angeles Rams10:15 p.m. ET, NFL Network

Denver at Seattle10:15 p.m. ET

Sunday's games

New York Giants at Cleveland1.30 p.m. ET, NFL Network

San Francisco at Los Angeles Chargersat 7:30 pm. ET, NFL Network

Monday's game

Jacksonville at New Orleans8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN

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