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by: Steven Ruiz — USA Today: For The Win 47m
Welcome to our weekly look around the NFL through the lens of the all-22 film. This series was supposed to debut after Week 1, but NFL Gamepass couldn’t get the film out in a timely manner, c…
by: Marima — SB Nation: Pats Pulpit 2h
Daily news and links for Tuesday
by: John Congemi — NFL: Miami Dolphins 3h
John Congemi breaks down his keys for Thursday Night Football in Jacksonville.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org — Hawk Blogger 3h
Seattle and Baltimore retain the top two spots in the rankings after each team won again. The Ravens are significantly ahead of the Seahawks in team strength due to a far superior defense, and would be even further ahead if their strength of...
by: Jeremy Chua — Clutchpoints 3h
The Buffalo Bills offense has been hard to stop in their first two games of the season. The team scored a 27-17 win against the New York Jets in their opening game followed by a tight 31-28 victory against the Miami Dolphins. Bills quarterback Josh...
How good is Josh Allen? Breaking down the Bills quarterback after impressive 2-0 start - CBSSports.com
by: Chris Trapasso Sep 22, 2020 at 10:32 am ET3 min read — CBS Sports 3h
Evaluating the hot start from Buffalo's polarizing QB
by: Joe Johnson — Vikings Territory 4h
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by: Marcel Louis-Jacques, ESPN — ESPN 4h
Josh Allen leads the NFL in passing yards with three receivers on pace for 1,000 yards, turning Buffalo's biggest 2019 weakness into a strength.
by: Danny Kelly — The Ringer 4h
The Cowboys got a narrative-changing win, Russell Wilson picked the Patriots apart, Josh Allen threw his hat into the MVP race, and Cam Newton looks as good as ever
by: Michael David Smith — NBC Sports 5h
Bills quarterback Josh Allen has always has a strong arm. Now he has a group of receivers who can beat cornerbacks downfield to catch Allen’s deep balls. Allen’s receivers all made big plays in Sunday’s win over the Dolphins. Stefon Diggs averaged 19.