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NFL Week 2 Sunday Round-Up: Pats Go Down to Jags

The Jacksonville Jaguars exacting revenge over the New England Patriots highlights a crazy NFL Week 2. Check out our Sunday Roundup!

NFL Week 2: Sunday, Sep. 16

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Carolina Panthers 24 at Atlanta Falcons 31

Atlanta covered the spread, but the defense almost allowed the Panthers to tie it.

Los Angeles Chargers 31 at Buffalo Bills 20

Buffalo lost cornerback Vontae Davis at halftime, who, get this, quit the NFL. Yep. He’s done.

Minnesota Vikings 29 at Green Bay Packers 29

No one should be surprised about how this game ended. Vikings versus Packer was the story of the NFC North heading into the season.

It remains the story after this tie game.

Houston Texans 17 at Tennessee Titans 20

If you don’t think turnovers mean anything, check this out:

Titans’ QB Blaine Gabbert threw for 115 yards and a TD. Houston QB Deshaun Watson threw for 310 yards, 2 TDs—and an interception.

Cleveland Browns 18 at New Orleans Saints 21

After allowing Tampa to score 48 points in Week 1, the Saints’ D held the Browns to only 18 in NFL Week 2. It could be Mardi Gras the rest of the season.

Miami Dolphins 20 at New York Jets 12

Jets QB Sam Darnold finally got a taste of what football at the NFL level is really like. The Fins picked off Darnold twice and sacked him 3 times.

Kansas City Chiefs 42 at Pittsburgh Steelers 37

KC quarterback Patrick Mahomes sure can play. He threw 6 TD passes against the Steel Curtain.

Philadelphia Eagles 21 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27

Tampa might be for real. They beat the Saints in Week 1. In NFL Week 2, they beat the defending Super Bowl Champs. That’s two wins against two NFC favorites.

Indianapolis Colts 21 at Washington Redskins 9

Washington couldn’t break down a Colts defense that looked terrible in Week 1. That’s the story here.

Arizona Cardinals 0 at Los Angeles Rams 34

We know it’s early, but the Rams sure look like Super Bowl favorites to us.

Detroit Lions 27 at San Francisco 49’ers 30

Matt Patricia’s defense needs a lot of work, but at least Detroit made it a game versus SF this Sunday.

Oakland Raiders 19 at Denver Broncos 20

Once again, Denver quarterback Case Keenum brought the Broncos back from a sure loss.

This time, Keenum drove the Broncos deep into Oakland territory for a game-winning field goal.

New England Patriots 20 at Jacksonville Jaguars 31

Blake Bortles threw 4 TD passes. That’s how the Jags beat the Patriots on Sunday.

If the Jags can beat a team like New England without leaning on Leonard Fournette, watch out.

New York Giants 13 at Dallas Cowboys 20

The Cowboys pulled out a win over a division foe by leaning on their underrated defense.

The Tools Bookies Should Have Used In NFL Week 2

Online bookies should have used their layoff accounts on: Dallas Cowboys, L.A. Chargers, Atlanta Falcons and L.A. Rams.

Bookie agents should have set max money line betting limits on: Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars.

3 Key Points For NFL Week 3 Betting

  1. Steelers are 0-2 against the spread.
  2. The L.A. Rams are 2-0 against the spread.
  3. Already the Buffalo Bills have lost 2 games by double-digits.

Week 3 Betting Predictions & Tips

Expect a ton of money to flow onto the Vikings. Minnesota battles Buffalo at home in Week 3. Also, sports bettors should pound the Bears because they battle Arizona, a team that’s scored a combined 6 points in 2 games.

Use your layoff account on both Minnesota and Chicago.

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