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Jerry Jones knows how big the Cowboys' win against the Giants was even if it was Week 2. Old friends still get to line it up! Clark hails Bortles' performance against Patriots Ryan Clark praises Blake Bortles' ability to lead the Jaguars to victory with Jeff Saturday adding that the Jags acted like the better team. Contenders were dealt wake-up calls on Sunday, as the Eagles, Pats and Steelers all entered the loss column. Sponsored Headlines

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Cowboys QB Dak Prescott speaks about accepting the challenge from the Giants and how it wasn't just him, but the whole team. Ezekiel Elliott talks about the Cowboys' long 4th-quarter TD drive and how it reminded him of his rookie year.

Eli Manning says he's confident in himself and his teammates, but everyone needs to play on the same page. Giants coach Pat Shurmur iterates multiple times that he's seen confidence from Eli Manning and that team needs to get better. Ryan Clark explains why the Giants' offensive line continues to be a problem and that they need to give Odell Beckham Jr. Eli Manning lobs a pass to a wide-open Evan Engram in the end zone and Engram secures it for the score.

Eli Manning takes off on 3rd and goal after finding no one to pass to and Jaylon Smith stops Eli in his path with a huge hit.

Dak Prescott drops a pass deep to Tavon Austin, who breezes into the end zone to complete a yard play. The Jaguars improved to after their quarterback played the best game of his career in a crucial home win against the Patriots.

Blake Bortles has a big day throwing for yards and 4 touchdowns in a win over the Patriots. Jaguars LB Myles Jack reacts to the team's huge win over the Patriots and how Blake Bortles' performance helped their defense gain momentum. Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell is pleased with Jacksonville's defensive effort vs.

New England, but admits they can still improve. Tom Brady reflects on what he calls a "bad day" and how the Patriots will learn from it going forward. Blake Bortles reacts to the Jaguars' win over the Patriots and says that if they don't make mistakes, they have a chance to win every game. Dede Westbrook breaks loose for a yard touchdown, sealing the win over the Patriots.

Ryan Clark praises Blake Bortles' ability to lead the Jaguars to victory with Jeff Saturday adding that the Jags acted like the better team. Tom Brady connects with Chris Hogan on a 7-yard and yard touchdown in the Patriots' loss.

Blake Bortles connects with Austin Seferian-Jenkins on a 4-yard touchdown to give the Jaguars a lead seconds before the half. It was another week dominated by the quarterbacks, as Patrick Mahomes and Ryan Fitzpatrick continued their record-setting starts to the season. Travis Kelce is the recipient of two touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes in the first half.

Jeff Saturday reacts to Patrick Mahomes' 6-TD performance against the Steelers and finding the right player in each situation. Patrick Mahomes talks up all the options the Chiefs have on offense. James Conner hauls in a one-handed catch on the sideline, but is unable to keep his second foot inbounds.

Ben Roethlisberger tosses a yard touchdown just before halftime to James Washington to draw Pittsburgh even. Every team has a chance to win the title, but some of those chances are 0.

Here's what each team needs to happen to win it all. The men who have thrown passes to the Cardinals' future Hall of Famer offer an insider's view of his exploits on the field and character off it. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?

Week 2 takeaways for every team: Concern for Eagles, Steelers? Bucs' Fitzpatrick tosses 4 TDs in win Matthews: No denying Saquon Barkley's skills, but Giants goofed in drafting him at No. With an aggressive new identity, Cowboys' defense stymies Giants Dallas sacked Eli Manning six times, including five times off blitzes, as the Cowboys now can depend on their defense to win games.

Eli Manning, offensive line make Giants' weapons obsolete. Andrew Luck finally gets some help in first win since season. We don't need Matt Ryan to be Superman, but he was Sunday. Supporting cast fails Kirk Cousins in intro to Packers-Vikings rivalry. Sam Darnold's Broadway debut: But you know, that's why I didn't want to come back in after the cramp.

Let's make sure this man gets the recognition he deserves!!! Durant just might get an invitation. Saquon Barkley tied the single game record for receptions by a rookie with 14, according to Elias. He now has 16 catches in two games.

He's on pace for receptions. Jerry Jones knows how big the Cowboys' win against the Giants was even if it was Week 2. Jones knew the Cowboys had to avoid an start. Not any more for Dak Prescott but it was on the line tonight. He's played in two regular season game… twitter. Old friends still get to line it up! It was overshadowed some by the Broncos' two-minute drive on offense to win the game Sunday -- a victory over the Oakland Raiders -- but outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett's block of a Raiders' extra point in the second quarter turned out to be the difference.

The guys inside, Derek Wolfe, and I think Philly safety Will Parks outside, they got the eyes of the tackle, the tight end and the guard. I swam, and I was free,'' Barrett said. At the time the Raiders' touchdown, with the blocked extra point, had given Oakland a lead at halftime. Broncos quarterback Case Keenum said: It's little plays like that. You never know in this league. The Cowboys offense tailed off after a fast start but the defense was able to limit Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr.

The Cowboys avoided the dreaded start and actually find themselves atop the NFC East standings with a division win. Again the Giants are after they lost to the Dallas Cowboys. This is the fifth time in six years they've dropped their first two games. Have to wonder where this Giants team is headed with an aging and ineffective quarterback behind a bad offensive line that allowed six sacks.