It's the second NFL Sunday of the 2019 season, and we're keeping you updated on all the action and biggest storylines throughout the day, so check back often to find everything you need to know about Week 2.
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- Baltimore Ravens 23, Arizona Cardinals 17 (box score)
- Dallas Cowboys 31, Washington Redskins 21 (box score)
- Indianapolis Colts 19, Tennessee Titans 17 (box score)
- Seattle Seahawks 28, Pittsburgh Steelers 26 (box score)
- Buffalo Bills 28, New York Giants 14 (box score)
- San Francisco 49ers 41, Cincinnati Bengals 17 (box score)
- Detroit Lions 13, Los Angeles Chargers 10 (box score)
- Green Bay Packers 21, Minnesota Vikings 16 (box score)
- Houston Texans 13, Jacksonville Jaguars 12 (box score)
- New England Patriots 43, Miami Dolphins 0 (box score)
- Kansas City Chiefs 28, Oakland Raiders 10 (box score)
- Los Angeles Rams 27, New Orleans Saints 9 (box score)
- Chicago Bears 16, Denver Broncos 14 (box score)
- Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons, 8:20 p.m. ET (preview)
EDDY PINEIRO FOR THE WIN!
The ending of the Broncos-Bears game was a thoroughly beautiful disaster, and it culminated in a 53-yard game-winning field goal by Eddy Pineiro and the Bears. That's right...a successful clutch field goal...from the Chicago Bears. Pineiro had himself one hell of a day, going 3-for-3, but he'll likely remember this kick for the rest of his life.
That clutch boot was made possible by an officials review that resulted in one second being put back on the game clock after it was initially believed the game was over.
Cooper Kupp nearly goes all the way
Sunday's Rams-Saints game gave us our first look at a major Cooper Kupp highlight since the receiver went down with a torn ACL last year. Kupp very nearly secured a 67-yard touchdown during the fourth quarter when he ripped off a huge run after catch. It was initially signaled a TD before ultimately being ruled down just short of the goal line, but it was a big moment for Kupp nonetheless.
Todd Gurley gets in the end zone
Todd Gurley may not be looked at as the fantasy machine that he's been in the past couple of years, but he still knows how to get in the end zone. The Rams running back scored his first touchdown of the new NFL season on Sunday, punching it in from inside the 5-yard line against the Saints.
Mahomes absolutes goes off in second quarter
The Raiders jumped out to a two-score lead on the Chiefs out of the gate on Sunday, but Patrick Mahomes is tough to keep down for very long. The reigning NFL MVP rallied for an absolutely monstrous second quarter and torched the Raiders. He put Kansas City on the board with this huge 44-yard strike to Demarcus Robinson.
Mahomes and the Chiefs then climbed ahead with another big strike, this one coming down in the hands of Mecole Hardman Jr. for his first career touchdown catch.
Then, after another big connection between Mahomes and Robinson, the KC quarterback found Travis Kelce for a third passing touchdown.
He capped it off by airing it out to Robinson once again, this time for a 39-yard touchdown.
Mahomes' last five passes before halftime? A 42-yard touchdown, a 32-yard completion, a 43-yard completion, a 27-yard touchdown and a 39-yard touchdown. He picked up 278 yards through the air and four touchdowns in the second quarter alone.
That's the best single quarter we've seen from a quarterback in over a decade.
Slay seals it
Just when it looked like Philip Rivers and the Chargers might be charging towards a game-winning drive late in the fourth, Darius Slay came up with a huge clutch interception to seal the 13-10 win for the Lions at home.
Oh no, Kirk ...
Kirk Cousins, man, woof. Chucking up prayers on first down in the red zone late in the fourth quarter of a one-score game -- not ideal or conducive to winning! The Packers' Kevin King made him pay and helped the Packers hold on to a 21-16 win in Green Bay.
Another Dolphins rout
Predictably, things aren't going so well for the Dolphins as they host the Patriots in Miami. Not only is the New England defense pitching a shutout, but they're also putting points on the board. Stephon Gilmore took advantage of a questionable decision by Ryan Fitzpatrick and brought it to the house for a pick-six.
On the next drive, Jamie Collins snatched a bobbled pass and also took it back for six.
That was the end of Fitzpatrick's day in Miami.
Kyler to Fitz
The Kyler Murray-Larry Fitzgerald connection is still blooming in the desert but it's clear that the young quarterback and the old receiver might have something special in the works. The duo hooked up for a big play in the second half on Sunday, picking up 40 yards through the air.
They continued their work in the second half as well.
Holy flying catch, Batman!
Mike Williams went and got this one.
Business is boomin' for AB
Antonio Brown is making his Patriots debut in Miami, and he's already making quite an impact on the Patriots' offense. Tom Brady and Brown have made four connections in the first half, including a 20-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Dalvin Cook gets loose
Things didn't exactly get off to a great start for the Vikings today as they gave up three straight touchdowns to the Packers to open the game, but Dalvin Cook is doing his best to get Minnesota back in the game. He ripped off this 75-yard touchdown run to get the Vikes on the board in the second quarter.
Not your average Big Man Touchdown
We all love Big Man Touchdowns, but how about a Big Man Touchdown with a great story? Tennessee Titans O-lineman David Quessenberry was forced out of NFL action from 2014-16 while battling cancer, but not only did he beat it and get back on the field -- he caught a touchdown from Marcus Mariota on Sunday. Awesome stuff.
Aaron Rodgers cashing double checks
The Packers and Vikings are clashing in Lambeau and Aaron Rodgers came prepared for battle. The Green Bay QB picked up two passing touchdowns in the first quarter -- one to Jamaal Williams and another to Geronimo Allison.
Saquon off and running
Saquon Barkley has hit the ground running in Week 2 and he's wasting no time in putting the Giants on his back. The second-year running back picked up more than 50 yards on the ground on New York's opening drive and capped it off with a big run to the end zone.