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Were you not entertained? Another NFL Sunday meant another round of "What just happened?" moments. From the Ravens honoring Omar to ageless Tom Brady, here's what you might have missed during Week 2.
Judging Week 2 NFL overreactions: Are the Cowboys the NFC East favorite? Are the Raiders contenders?
Dallas got its first win, while Las Vegas moved to 2-0 after a victory in Pittsburgh. Let's overreact to what happened in Week 2.
Mike McCarthy said the Cowboys did not settle for a 56-yard field goal to decide Sunday's game on purpose.
— Throughout his rehab from a broken ankle last season, Dak Prescott thought about what it would feel like to be on the field again and lead the Dallas Cowboys on a game-winning drive.
Week 2 takeaways and big questions: Patriots' big day, Ravens beat Chiefs and a shocker for the Saints
New England and Buffalo dominated, while New Orleans looked out of sorts. Here's what to know and what it means going forward for every Week 2 game.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Cowboys inactives: S Donovan Wilson, QB Will Grier, DE Chauncey Golston, OT Ty Nsekhe. Jayron Kearse will replace Wilson at safety in the starting lineup, but Malik Hooker is active and expected to see action. Damontae Kazee (quad) was questionable entering the game after getting hurt in Wednesday's practice but he is active and starting. Tight end Jeremy Sprinkle was called up from practice squad for second straight game as COVID replacement for Randy Gregory.
La'el Collins hopes the NFL will overturn his five-game suspension, citing what he said are valid reasons for multiple missed drug tests, sources told ESPN.
Is Nelson Agholor the Patriots' No. 1 wideout? What's the deal with Brandon Aiyuk in San Francisco? Our reporters fill you in before Sunday's games.
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Fantasy advice. Key stats to know. It's all here for Week 2.
Our NFL team reporters round up injury updates for key players in Week 2.
Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe, who was taken to the hospital with a heat-related illness on Thursday, will not play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Cowboys will be missing some key players in Week 2 but have confidence in the replacements at wide receiver, pass-rusher and offensive line.
The Cowboys love the tailback's pass protection, but they need to get their rushing attack rolling -- even when their opponent is geared to stop him.
The Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a broken foot in Wednesday's practice that will force him to miss six to eight weeks, according to sources.
The New Orleans Saints bear a striking resemblance to AFC Richmond? T.J. Watt needs to pay up? Jon Gruden lived multiple lives on Monday night? Here's what was said in a wild Week 1.
Twelve underdogs covered the spread, the most in Week 1 in the Super Bowl era. The nine underdogs that pulled outright upsets in Week 1 was the most in any week in the past four seasons.
DeVonta Smith found the end zone, Mac Jones showed poise for the Pats, and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka made his mark on the veteran Super Bowl champs.
When the Cowboys play the Chargers on Sunday, they will employ their 10th different starting offensive line in 18 games under the second-year coach.
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|3(36)||Nahshon Wright||CB||Oregon State|
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