Sport NFL World Reacts To Russell Wilson's Performance Sunday
Washington Commanders at Detroit Lions: Predictions, picks and odds for NFL Week 2 matchup
Predictions and picks for the 2022 NFL Week 2 matchup between the Washington Commanders and Detroit Lions.Quarterback Carson Wentz threw an astounding four touchdowns during the Commanders' Week 1 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the veteran will look to keep it going on the road in Detroit.
Perhaps the reports of Russell Wilson's quarterback demise were exaggerated, or at least premature.
After performing poorly through the Denver Broncos' first three games, Wilson is off to a good start this afternoon in Las Vegas. The perennial Pro Bowler connected on 11-of-12 first half passes for 149 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Seahawks legend Richard Sherman drags Russell Wilson for second straight week
Former Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman took to Twitter to take a shot at Russell Wilson for the second straight week. Seattle got their revenge on Wilson last week thanks to a Monday Night Football upset, but the shots keep on coming. Sherman and several former Seahawks have co me out of the woodwork to throw shade at Wilson, which is odd given how long the two were teammates. However, Wilson's tough Seattle exit made him an easy target for Sherman and fans alike. Wilson didn't necessarily demand out, but he wasn't happy when he was made aware that the Seahawks were shopping him a few years ago.
Wilson hit Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton for scores. Denver still trails 19-16 at intermission, but could be winning if not for a Melvin Gordon fumble, plus seeing Wilson look like this has to be encouraging for fans.
Thisthe Broncos gave up a significant amount of capital for in the offseason.
Despite Wilson and the offense's struggles in the first three weeks, Denver started 2-1. A victory today would ensure them at least a tie of first place in the AFC West after four games.
The Raiders are desperate though, having started 0-3. We'll see if they have enough to hold onto this lead for 30 more minutes.
Roger Goodell says NFL is 'prepared to make a change' to concussion protocols .
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa's injuries have brought concussions back to the forefront of the NFL discourse.Goodell spoke in London at a fan forum on Saturday ahead of the game between the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.