Three of those penalties negated touchdowns. Von Miller and the Broncos defense are back at it again and look just as good as last year — which is scary for opposing quarterbacks. Gary Kubiak is getting just enough from QB Trevor Siemian while leaning heavily on his ground game rushing yards per game. Denver continues to pound the ball, while the defense shuts down the run and forces Andy Dalton into far too many third-and-long scenarios. Both teams are without their star running backs, but it will hurt Carolina more, as Minnesota is without any sort of ground game.
Bradford makes just enough plays to keep this game within a touchdown. For some reason, they play Seattle tougher than they play anyone else in the league.
The defense gets all the credit for the win. Case Keenum and the offense were still abysmal. Jameis Winston looked horrible in Week 2, throwing four interceptions and adding a lost fumble, too.
The 49ers defense was brought back to Earth by the Panthers in Week 2, while their offense struggled mightily until garbage time. The Seahawks offensive line is terrible and Russell Wilson is banged up. Their defense has only allowed 19 points through two games, but should have been able to beat the Rams on their own.
If they get a lead, I see them sitting on it and preventing Wilson from taking any more hits. Darrelle Revis has lost a step and is being exposed. Alex Smith was sacked four times by the Texans in Week 2, and now faces the scariest defensive front in the league. Is San Diego a good team? Phillip Rivers continues to carry the Chargers on his back. That said, their level of competition Cleveland and Chicago is a little dubious.
The Cowboys continue to pound the ball in spite of their inefficiency on the ground 3. Dak Prescott has to start pushing the ball down the field a little more often to keep the safeties out of the box.
What better team to do that against than the Chicago Bears? Dak and Dez take advantage of a weak Bears secondary, and Brian Hoyer makes the Cowboys defense look like the Broncos.
The Saints enter this game , but have lost those two games by a combined four points. Although they were only in the game against the Giants because of turnovers.
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