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GOOD START IN STARKVILLE

The Mississippi State Bulldogs pulled off a close 27-23 win over the Iowa Hawkeyes behind a gutsy performance from QB Ryder Shipman who stayed in the game and threw for 323 yards and 3 TDs despite having fractured his thumb late in the third quarter.

PERFECT FIT

The Philadelphia Eagles topped the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football 31-28. The three headed monster in Philly's backfield: Allan Taylor, Troy White, and rookie Marshawn Miller put the whole league on notice with their performance.

EL CHACKO LOCO

The hype around North Dakota State QB Will Chacko continues to grow following a 389 yard 3 td performance which nearly resulted in an upset win for the Bison over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

GROUND CONTROL

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the New York Football Giants 27-0 despite only throwing the ball 6 times largely because of the legs of Terrence Rodgers and Justin Buchanan.

BACK IN BLACK

Hockey is back! And the Chicago Blackhawk's rookie sensation Anatoli Kolchenyuk picked up right where he left off notching yet another goal early in his rookie campaign.
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    [2020] Pre-Season Week #3 - TNF

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    Green Bay Packers (1-1) at Houston Texans (2-0)

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    Green Bay Packers (1-1) at Houston Texans (2-0)

    Houston, TX - 86 F :sunny:

    Referee: Ron Torbert

    First Quarter

    :texans: Tommy Jones to Arturo Beckham, 15 yd TD pass - 06:28 (0-7)
    :packers: Jason Johnson to Jaz Durant, 12 yd TD pass - 2:41 (7-7)

    Second Quarter

    :packers: Jason Johnson to Justin McCain, 27 yd TD pass - 12:22 (14-7)
    :packers: Marquise Reed, 71 yd INT return for TD - 7:00 (21-7)
    :texans: Arturo Pacheco, 1 yd TD run - 2:50 (21-14)
    :packers: Brian Evans, missed 51 yd FG short - 0:00

    Third Quarter

    :packers: Marion Ekern, fumble recovery - 14:30
    :packers: Jaz Durant, 3 yd TD run - 12:27 (28-14)
    :texans: Riley McNeil, 33 yd FG - 4:00 (28-17)

    Fourth Quarter

    :texans: Riley McNeil, 41 yd FG - 12:05 (28-20)
    :packers: Jason Johnson to Roger Bailey, 7 yd TD pass - 4:40 (35-20)

    FINAL SCORE: Green Bay 35-20 Houston

    Passing Leaders

    Jason Johnson, GB, 22 of 28 for 266 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT
    Tommy Jones, HOU, 16 of 24 for 204 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

    Rushing Leaders

    Jaz Durant, GB, 19 for 88 yards, 1 TD
    Arturo Pacheco, HOU, 20 for 92 yards, 1 TD

    Receiving Leaders

    Justin McCain, GB, 6 for 109 yards, 1 TD
    Roger Bailey, GB, 4 for 53 yards, 1 TD
    T.J. Ropati, GB, 3 for 30 yards, 0 TD, 2 DRP
    Jaz Durant, GB, 3 for 28 yards, 1 TD
    Gordon Kleinsasser, HOU, 4 for 51 yards, 0 TD, 1 FUM
    Arturo Beckham, HOU, 4 for 49 yards, 1 TD, 1 DRP
    Vaughn Gash, HOU, 3 for 24 yards, 0 TD
    Stanley Sherk, HOU, 2 for 21 yards, 0 TD

    Defensive Leaders

    Marquise Reed, GB, 1 INT, 2 Tackles, 1 TD
    Marion Ekern, GB, 1 FF, 1 FR, 3 Tackles
    Carter Jackson, GB, 9 Tackles
    James Robertson, GB, 5 Tackles
    Dillon Grant, HOU, 8 Tackles
    Michael Bryan, HOU, 5 Tackles
    Harold Lange, HOU, 4 Tackles
    Ahmed London, HOU, 4 Tackles

    Injuries

    No Major Injuries
    No Major Injuries

    Offensive Line Rating

    7.5
    6.6

    Punting

    42.1
    45.5

    3rd Down Efficiency

    5-12
    3-15

    4th Down Efficiency

    0-0
    0-2

    Penalties

    5-50
    5-50

     

    Carolina Panthers (2-0) at New England Patriots (1-1)

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    Carolina Panthers (2-0) at New England Patriots (1-1)

    Foxborough, MA - 78 F :cloudy:

    Referee: Pete Morelli

    First Quarter

    :patriots: Josh Shiancoe, 4 yd TD run - 5:50 (0-7)

    Second Quarter

    :panthers: Sean Hamilton to Monte Jackson, 38 yd TD pass - 9:21 (7-7)
    :patriots: Brad Davis to Richard Zimmerman, 11 yd TD pass - 2:09 (7-14)
    :patriots: Jamie Mixon, INT return for 5 yards - 1:04

    Third Quarter

    :patriots: Brad Davis to Richard Zimmerman, 20 yd TD pass - 5:43 (7-21)

    :panthers: Willie Gaffney, 35 yd FG - 1:06 (10-21)

    Fourth Quarter

    :panthers: Willie Gaffney, 40 yd FG - 11:35 (13-21)
    :patriots: Brad Weathersby, 45 yd FG - 5:52 (13-24)

    FINAL SCORE: Carolina 13-24 New England

    Passing Leaders

    Sean Hamilton, CAR, 23 of 44 for 250 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT
    Brad Davis, NE, 16 of 23 for 180 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT

    Rushing Leaders

    Shawn Anderson, CAR, 14 for 51 yards, 0 TD
    Shaun Evans, NE, 19 for 85 yards, 0 TD
    Josh Shiancoe, NE, 4 for 22 yards, 1 TD

    Receiving Leaders

    Monte Jackson, CAR, 7 for 89 yards, 1 TD
    Curtis Henry, CAR, 5 for 80 yards, 0 TD
    Jermaine Bishop, CAR, 3 for 35 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
    Troy Wilson, CAR, 3 for 26 yards, 0 TD
    Richard Zimmerman, NE, 6 for 101 yards, 2 TD
    George Lewis, NE, 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
    Jamel Beckham, NE, 2 for 20 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
    Jake Bates, NE, 2 for 15 yards, 0 TD

    Defensive Leaders

    Mike Wohlabaugh, CAR, 8 Tackles
    Kelvin Grossman, CAR, 5 Tackles
    Leland Anderson, CAR, 5 Tackles
    Frederick Fain, CAR, 4 Tackles
    Jamie Mixon, NE, 1 INT, 2 Tackles
    Jack Cavazos, NE, 7 Tackles
    Obafemi Edwards, NE, 5 Tackles
    Peter Williams, NE, 5 Tackles

    Injuries

    No Major Injuries
    No Major Injuries

    Offensive Line Rating

    7.3
    7.4

    Punting

    40.6
    42.1

    3rd Down Efficiency

    4-16
    5-12

    4th Down Efficiency

    1-2
    0-0

    Penalties

    5-95
    11-50

     

    Philadelphia Eagles (1-1) at San Francisco 49ers (2-0)

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    Philadelphia Eagles (1-1) at San Francisco 49ers (2-0)

    San Francisco, CA - 78 :cloudy:

    Referee: Jeff Triplette

    First Quarter

    :49ers: Paul McGowan, 41 yd FG - 10:40 (0-3)
    :49ers: Paul McGowan, missed 43 yd FG wide right - 5:56
    :eagles: Jimmy Starks to Scott Vaughn, 12 yd TD pass - 1:20 (7-3)

    Second Quarter

    :eagles: Jimmy Starks to Erik Bray, 11 yd TD pass - 11:23 (14-3)
    :49ers: Greg Hadnot, 2 yd TD run - 0:55 (14-10)

    Third Quarter

    :49ers: Paul McGowan, 28 yd FG - 10:20 (14-13)
    :49ers: Orly Vaccaro to Miles Collins, 18 yd TD pass - 5:40 (14-20)
    :eagles: Mark Kirschbaum, 43 yd FG - 0:20 (17-20)

    Fourth Quarter

    :eagles: Mark Kirschbaum, 40 yd FG - 5:35 (20-20)
    :eagles: Jermaine Johnson, INT return for 2 yards - 2:39
    :eagles: Mark Kirschbaum, 45 yd FG - 0:00 (23-20)

    FINAL SCORE: Philadelphia 23-20 San Francisco

    Passing Leaders

    Jimmy Starks, PHI, 16 of 22 for 233 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT
    Orly Vaccaro, SF, 18 of 27 for 215 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

    Rushing Leaders

    Bryan Davis, PHI, 19 for 65 yards, 0 TD
    Kevin Muse, PHI, 6 for 10 yards, 0 TD
    Greg Hadnot, SF, 20 for 81 yards, 0 TD
    Orly Vaccaro, SF, 5 for 29 yards, 0 TD

    Receiving Leaders

    Erik Bray, PHI, 5 for 81 yards, 1 TD, 1 DRP
    Scott Vaughn, PHI, 3 for 58 yards, 1 TD
    Tommy Simonton, PHI, 3 for 31 yards, 0 TD
    Roy Davis, PHI, 2 for 27 yards, 0 TD
    Miles Collins, SF, 5 for 100 yards, 1 TD
    Daniel Marshall, SF, 4 for 48 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
    John Whisenhunt, SF, 3 for 41 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
    Kevin Branch, SF, 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD

    Defensive Leaders

    Jermaine Johnson, PHI, 1 INT, 2 Tackles
    James Turner, PHI, 7 Tackles
    Julius Velasquez, PHI, 5 Tackles
    Barry Harmon, PHI, 5 Tackles
    Cliff Loyd, SF, 7 Tackles
    Harold Kennedy, SF, 5 Tackles
    Mike Robinson, SF, 4 Tackles
    Eason DeLong, SF, 4 Tackles

    Injuries

    No Major Injuries
    No Major Injuries

    Offensive Line Rating

    7.2
    7.2

    Punting

    40.5
    41.5

    3rd Down Efficiency

    6-16
    3-16

    4th Down Efficiency

    0-0
    0-2

    Penalties

    6-107
    8-92

     

     

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    Although we basically got smashed, a lot of this is very promising for us. We ran out almost the entire B team (still played our expected starter at RB) and played like crap as expected. But there are some things that stick out in my mind that looks good for us.

     

    However, it is noted that if any injuries happen to our line, we're so fucked.

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