Sport Damien Harris and Demetric Felton have perfectly sequenced TDs in separate games
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Stefon Diggs was named a Buffalo Bills captain this week, which prompted the star wide receiver to reminisce a bit. As he did, he offered some interesting thoughts on his messy exit from the Minnesota Vikings. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Diggs admitted he was a “bad teammate” when he wanted to leave Minnesota, and understands how the reputation became attached to him as a result. Stefon Diggs understands why he caught the reputation as a bad teammate on way out of Minnesota. He looked at the #Bills as a fresh start.
If you’re a fan of NFL RedZone (and your author very much is), you will occasionally see perfectly sequenced touchdowns in separate games. This happened on Sunday, when Patriots running back Damien Harris plowed through the Jets’ entire defense for a 26-yard touchdown run with 10:26 left in the third quarter.
Just as Harris started celebrating with his teammates, Browns rookie running back Demetric Felton wove his way through the Texans’ defense for a 33-yard after-catch masterpiece on a quick pass from Baker Mayfield with 7:50 left in the third quarter of THAT game. RedZone host Scott Hanson, who must have all kinds of caffeine before he goes to work, called it all perfectly.
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Assuming Gallup lands on IR, he will first be eligible to return for the Week 5 home game against the New York Giants on Oct. 10. Gallup finished Thursday's outing with four receptions for 36 yards before the injury, but it was quarterback Dak Prescott who stole the show coming off the compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle he suffered last October. Prescott completed 42-of-58 passes for 403 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the losing effort, and he wasn't at all slowed by the shoulder problem that first bothered him in late July.
Damien Harris and Demetric Felton with perfectly sequenced amazing back-to-back plays.— Doug Farrar ✍ (@NFL_DougFarrar)
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We’re not sure which touchdown run is more impressive, but between Harris’ power, and Felton’s agility to juke several Houston defenders out of their cleats, who says you have to choose one?MORE:
Jets continue to turn down trade offers for WR Denzel Mims .
Joe Douglas and the front office seemingly believe in the talented offensive weapon, as they’ve rebuffed all inquiries. The Jets selected Mims in the second round of the 2020 draft, and following a rookie campaign that saw him finish with only 357 receiving yards, there was hope that he’d take a step forward with second overall pick Zach Wilson under center. Instead, Mims has seen only three snaps (one of which resulted in a 40-yard reception) through two weeks.According to Garafolo, the team is attributing Mims’ lack of playing time to a crowded depth chart.