Results matching “"Lamar Jackson" Titans”

Eagles rally from 11-point deficit in final six minutes to earn 22-21 win over Giants

Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles rallied from an 11-point deficit over the final six minutes to earn a 22-21 victory over the New York Giants on Thursday night. After a 2-yard touchdown catch by Sterling Shepard gave the Giants a 21-10 lead with 6:17 left to play, the Eagles managed two straight touchdown drives [more]

DeSean Jackson injures leg on punt return

DeSean Jackson can’t catch a break. Jackson had a hamstring injury in Week Three that kept him out until Thursday night. He had a 12-yard run and caught three passes for 34 yards against the Giants. But the Eagles used him as a punt return late in the fourth quarter, and he injured his leg. [more]

Eagles lead Giants 10-7 at halftime

The one thing not up for debate tonight: The NFC East is not good. The Giants and Eagles combined for three turnovers, four punts, six penalties, four sacks, a missed chip-shot field goal and 17 points in the first half. The Eagles lead the Giants 10-7 at intermission in one of the ugliest games of [more]

Carson Wentz’s two big runs on opening drive help Eagles to 7-0 lead

Carson Wentz went 4-for-4 for 45 yards on the Eagles’ opening drive. But it was more what the Eagles quarterback did with his legs. On fourth-and-one from the Giants 31, Wentz scrambled for 3 yards before sliding. Three plays later, Wentz scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. It was Wentz’s fifth rushing touchdown. Only Kyler [more]

Sterling Shepard, DeSean Jackson, Lane Johnson officially active

The Giants will have receiver Sterling Shepard against the Eagles tonight. He is active, returning after missing four games with turf toe. The team’s inactives are safety Adrian Colbert (shoulder), receiver C.J. Board (concussion), cornerback Darnay Holmes (neck), tight end Eric Tomlinson, offensive lineman Jackson Barton, defensive lineman RJ McIntosh and defensive end Jabaal Sheard. [more]

Taking a look at the top Week Seven matchups

Week Seven already is upon us. On every Thursday of every week of the season, Simms and I close out PFT Live with a look at the most compelling individual matchups of the week, draft style. I mention that for obvious reasons. This week’s matchup draft appears in the attached video. Plenty of you already [more]

Texans offensive coordinator calls decision to go for two “a no-brainer”

Texans interim coach Romeo Crennel made a questionable decision with 1:50 remaining Sunday. Up seven points, he opted to go for two rather than kick the extra point. Crennel has defended the decision, which resulted in an incomplete pass and a loss to the Titans in overtime. Texans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly said it was [more]

A.J. Brown added to practice report with knee injury

The Titans added receiver A.J. Brown to their Thursday practice report. He did not practice with a knee injury. It is unclear whether the knee issue is related to the bone bruise that kept him sidelined for two games. Brown has played the past two weeks, making 12 catches for 140 yards and three touchdowns [more]

Raiders offensive linemen, Johnathan Abram going on COVID-19 list

Right tackle Trent Brown‘s positive COVID-19 test has led the Raiders to also practice without the rest of their starting offensive line and safety Johnathan Abram this week and that group of players will now be joining Brown on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Abram, left tackle Kolton Miller, left [more]

PFT’s Week Seven picks

Six weeks in, the competition between MDS and yours truly is getting very tight. Last week, I picked up a game in the head-to-head competition, 8-6 vs. 7-7. We each went 6-8 against the spread. For the year, we’re dead even in the straight-up chase, at 57-34. Against the spread, I’m 44-45-2 and he’s 41-49-1. [more]

Report: Raiders to practice without starting offensive line again on Thursday

Raiders right tackle Trent Brown went on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday and the fallout from that move left the team without its entire starting offensive line for practice. Left tackle Kolton Miller, left guard Denzelle Good, center Rodney Hudson and right guard Gabe Jackson all had contact with Brown and were sent home from [more]

NFL teams going for two more than ever before

NFL coaches are getting more gutsy about going for two. Two-point conversions are up this year, with 58 attempts through 92 games putting the league on pace to have a total of 161 two-point conversion attempts this season. Last season there were 113 two-point conversion attempts across the league. Last year teams went for two [more]

Joe Mixon doesn’t practice Wednesday

Bengals running back Joe Mixon left last Sunday’s game against the Colts in the first half with a foot injury, but was able to return after halftime of what turned out to be a 31-27 loss for his club. While Mixon’s foot was well enough for him to gut it out in a game situation, [more]

Adoree’ Jackson back at practice for Titans

The Titans are moving closer to getting cornerback Adoree' Jackson back in the lineup. Jackson was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury before the season opener against the Broncos and he took a step toward coming off the list on Wednesday. The Titans designated Jackson for return and he took part in practice [more]

Austin Ekeler back “later rather than sooner”

The Chargers are going to continue to be without running back Austin Ekeler a while longer. Ekeler went on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and hyperextended knee after the fourth game of the regular season and it sounds like he’s still in the early stages of the recovery process. Head coach Anthony Lynn said, [more]