NFL Week 2: Live Scores, Highlights and Reaction
Today was filled with good NFL action as several teams pulled off key wins. The Green Bay Packers walloped the Redskins behind a sensational 480-yard, 4 TD game from Aaron Rodgers. Chip Kelly's defense was thoroughly handled and the Eagles fell to the Chargers 33-30. Big brother Peyton beat Eli and the Giants 41-23. Now we look to Seattle for Sunday Night Football!
The Saints kick a FG as time expires!
Final Score: Saints 16, Bucs 14
A SAINTS STUNNER! A Drew Brees DIME to Marques Colston sets up a dramatic game-winning kick from Garrett Hartley.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 16, 2013
Bucs kicker Rian Lindell misses a FG that would have put Tampa up by 4.
The Saints could use those 3 points they took off the board before halftime right now.— Jeff Duncan (@JeffDuncan_) September 16, 2013
Two minute warning. Bcus will have second and six at the 32. New Orleans has one time out remaining.— Rick Brown (@LedgeronBucs) September 16, 2013
Doug Martin picks up a 1st down.
Another pitch and catch to V-Jax has ball at the Saints' 46. First down Bucs, 4:20 and counting.— Rick Brown (@LedgeronBucs) September 16, 2013
Freeman connects with Vincent Jackson for a key 1st down.
In the second half, Drew Brees is just 7 of 15 for 52 yards. He's been sacked twice and intercepted once.— Jeff Duncan (@JeffDuncan_) September 16, 2013
The Bucs get a huge sack on Drew Brees! Loss of 9 yards.
Saints defense doing everything it can to keep the team in the game.— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) September 16, 2013
Scores from around the league today.
Um, hello, Bucs offense? Time for you to pitch in, don't ya' think?— JoeBucsFan (@JoeBucsFan) September 16, 2013
Mark Barron makes a huge pass-breakup on a Saints 3rd-and-2.
The Bucs now lead the Saints 14-13.
Mason Foster returns the INT 85 yards!
Drew Brees is picked off by Mason Foster. He never saw him.
Pierre Thomas with a nice 9-yard gain on 1st down.
Saints will take a 13-7 lead to the fourth quarter. That might have been the longest third quarter in history.— Jeff Duncan (@JeffDuncan_) September 15, 2013
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