Lamar Jackson can lead the Ravens to any kind of win, the Jaguars made the most of the Dolphins’ gaffes and Aaron Rodgers did Aaron Rodgers things against the Bears.
This may not be the worst year in New York football history. But there are a handful of reasons to think at least one team will pull it together.
The Jets released the running back, their marquee free-agent signing from 2019, not even halfway through his four-year, $52.5 million contract.
The Saints and the Vikings became the latest teams to invest in the run, signing Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook to five-year deals. They are likely to experience buyer’s remorse sooner rather than later.
Fans often argue about which quarterback is better — the Jets’ Sam Darnold or the Bills’ Josh Allen. The season opener provided some answers.