NFL preseason Week 2 scores, highlights, updates: Bills pile up against Broncos backups


The NFL’s preseason has reached the midpoint with Week 2, which serves as a de facto “dress rehearsal” for first-timers to prepare for the start of the regular season — which is just three weeks away. For teams that don’t have joint training this week, week 2 of pre-season is essential.

Saturday’s slate features eight games, three of which are in the afternoon, four taking place simultaneously in prime time, and the Cowboys and Chargers face off in the late window. The Broncos won’t face most of their starters in either of the first two games, but the Invoices are ready to give theirs – including Josh Allen — at least a little running. Andy Reid has indicated that the Chiefs starters will play the first half of their game against the Commanders, so we’ll see Patrick Mahomes and the new-look offensive regains the ground.

We will probably see at least some of Trey Lance against the Vikings later in the day, but San Francisco starters shouldn’t see as much action. Tom Brady remains absent from the Buccaneers camp, so he won’t appear in the game against the Titans, but we should review Malik Willis. Dallas and Los Angeles are two of the most aggressive teams when it comes to resting starters this preseason, so we should expect this game to be a battle of down players battling for spots in the league. team or in the rotation.

Below, we’ve got you covered with all the must-see highlights of Friday’s action, the appetizer to the main course of this weekend’s matches.



Bear 27, sea ​​hawks 11 (take away food)


patriots 20, Panthers ten (Take away food)
Packers 20, Saints ten (to sum up)
Texas 24, Rams 20 (to sum up)


Invoices 42, Broncos 15 (to sum up)
the Lions 27, Foals 26 (to sum up)
Commanders at Chiefs4 p.m. ET (game tracking)
Steelers at jaguars7 p.m. ET (game tracking)
Raiders at dolphins7 p.m. ET (game tracking)
49ers at vikings7 p.m. ET (game tracking)
Buccaneers at Titans7 p.m. ET (game tracking)
Cowboys at Chargers10 p.m. ET (game tracking)


Eagles at Browns1 p.m. ET (game tracking)
bengals at giants7 p.m. ET (game tracking)
crows at Cardinals8 p.m. ET (game tracking)


Falcons at Jets8 p.m. ET (game tracking)

Mahomes double dips with Fortson

In case you were wondering, Patrick Mahomes looks just like Patrick Mahomes. In Kansas City’s second pre-season game in the summer against Washington, the former league MVP got the start and looked in fine form midway through the season. He opened the game with consecutive touchdowns, both culminating in a pass to tight end Jody Fortson.

The first catch capped an 87-yard drive for the Chiefs. Mahomes threw it to Fortson and he was able to display solid footwork to stay in score. It wasn’t even Mahomes’ best throw on the disc as he also completed a 39-yard pass to Justin Watson.

Later, Mahomes was kicked out of the pocket and forced to make an unbalanced throw into the front left corner of the end zone where he would reunite with Fortson.

Through two drives, Mahomes is 12 of 19 passing for 162 yards and those two scores.

Lions and hits and holds, oh my

Few starters saw the field in the Lions vs. Colts game, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t anything to watch out for. Lions away Tom Kennedy ended up in the end zone on consecutive Detroit possessions. The first touchdown take occurred on the last play of the first half:

To open the scoring after halftime, Kennedy again reached a Colts defender to fire a six-point pass.

Too easy

Josh Allen and the first-team Buffalo Bills offense walked the field against the Denver Broncos, covering 70 yards in six plays. The practice ended with Allen jostling around the pocket, landing his feet and whipping the ball to Gabriel Davis in front of the end zone.

Allen went 3-for-3 for 49 yards and a score, completing passes to Davis, Stefan Diggsand Isaiah McKenzie. Single diviner was Buffalo’s point guard, with Zack Moss enter for drive #2 ahead of rookie james cook. Oh, and Buffalo followed Davis’ touchdown take by reaching the end zone on each of his next five possessions. Moss ran into a pair of short scores, OJ Howard caught a touchdown Keenum case (who finished 16 of 18 for 192 yards), and Duke Johnson also hit the earth twice on the ground.

Taken from (Friday) evening!

The Houston Texans played their starters for the first half of this preseason contest against the Los Angeles Rams, and were able to take a 7-6 halftime lead thanks to that precise hold of nico collins in the end zone. Collins just eclipsed Called Kendrick for the ball and walked away with the score.

Collins is going to play a part in the Texans offense in 2022. Plays like this will allow him to have more targets.

What makes this Etling touchdown special? The game took place during an interview with Aaron Rodgers on the Packers show. Rodgers’ excitement with Etling’s score makes this game even more exciting.

Love seemed to be one NFL quarterback Friday night, finishing with 113 yards and a touchdown pass. He also showed his running ability with that 11-yard run for a first down.

Chris Olave scores his first touchdown

Olave gives Saints fans a taste of what to expect when he lines up alongside him Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry this autumn. The first-round pick connected with Ian Book on a 20-yard touchdown with 12 seconds left in the first half — his first in a Saints uniform.

Olave had just one catch for four yards last week, but had two in the first half of this one.

Patriots Quarterback Bailey Zappe made a dangerous throw rolling to his left, and Hayes read the pass to take the ball the other way and tie the game. Zappe hasn’t been so sharp in his second outing this preseason, the one in which Matt Patricia calls the plays.

Landing of Romeo Doubs

There’s a place for Doubs to earn snaps with the first team this year, and this Jordan Love touchdown shows why. Doubs came on with that impressive four-yard touchdown reception on Brian Allen to put the Packers up, 10-3, over the Saints in the second quarter. Love begins to trust the fourth-round rookie.

59-yard field goal Will Lutz

Lutz missed all of 2021 with a core muscle injury as the Saints missed his reliability in the kicking department. He certainly looked like his old self with that 59-yard field goal to close out the first quarter.

Just 13 of 23 for 50+ yards in his career, Lutz hitting that kick is very encouraging.

Romeo Doubs make his case to move up the depth chart

Doubs was one of the Packers quarterback’s young wide receivers Aaron Rodgers criticized during the week, so he was in the spotlight with the second team members participating in the majority of it. A 17-yard catch on the first drive on a throw from Jordan Love makes a big impression, even though Doubs failed to match a third pass earlier.

No longer a quarterback for the Saints, Hill focused on the tight end for the 2022 season. The No. 2 tight end at New Orleans, Hill made an early impact by catching a 10 assist meters of Ian Book. Hill adds an extra dimension to the Saints offense in his new role and can still play wide receiver and running back in short-range situations.

The Patriots averaged just 1.9 yards per game in the first quarter with just 21 yards on offense, but Nelson Agholor changed that with that 45-yard catch on an impressive throw from McJones. Going against a second-team defense or not is what Patriots fans want to see from their new offense.

New England scored a touchdown – a two-yard run from Ty Montgomery — three games later.

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