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Prior to the start of the Week 3 of the 2022-23 season this Thursday with the divisional duel between Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, at 7:20 p.m.Central Mexico time, we leave you the seven best moves of the second day of activity of the NFL.

7. Atlanta blocks punt attempt and scores

In the match between Atlanta Falcons Y Los Angeles Rams from the sofi stadiumthe visitors staged one of the best defensive plays so far this year, after in the fourth period of the game, the linebacker Troy Anderson will block the attempt to clear Riley Dixon. Lawrence Carter he would recover the ovoid and enter the diagonals.

6. Tampa Bay gets its first pick-six of the season in a 20-10 win

In an offensively complicated game for the buccaneers, the defense showed why they shouldn’t be written off as contenders to win it all. In the last minutes of the game, James Winstonquarterback of New Orleansand formerly of Tampa, threw his third interception of the game courtesy of Mike Edwardswho would go 68 yards to seal the win on the road.

5. Lamar Jackson rushes for 79 yards

The biggest surprise of Week 2 was the impressive 42-38 comeback of the miami dolphins on Baltimore Ravens. However, one of the best moments of the game came in the third quarter, when on third down and two, the quarterback Lamar Jackson He came out of the pocket and carried the ball 79 yards into the end zone.

4. Jaylen Watson seals victory for Kansas on 99-yard defensive touchdown

The first game of the second day faced two of the best young offenses in the league. However, it was the defense of the Bosses the one in the spotlight after the rookie cornerback Jaylen Watsonwill intercept a ball Justin Herbert at his own one-yard line, to then take him from end to end for the touchdown, the comeback 24-27 and 2-0 on the season.

3. Seattle prevents field goal attempt on its only touchdown of the game

In the classic divisional between Seattle Seahawks Y San Francisco 49ersthe offensive commanded by Gene Smith He was not able to enter the ball into the promised area. In a painful 27-7 loss, he was Tariq Woolen the one in charge of bringing the score a little closer, when in a true jewel in the special teams, he covered the field goal attempt of Robert Gould. Michael Jackson he would get the ball and go 85 yards for the honor score.

2. Arizona ends overtime with a defensive touchdown

In a matchup that went into overtime, the Los Angeles defense Arizona Cardinals was responsible for completing the comeback after being down on the scoreboard 7-23. Just a couple of yards from ideal field goal range, Derek Carr would complete a short pass with Hunter Renfrowwho was unable to maintain possession of the ball after the tackle by Isaiah Simmons. Byron Murphy would make the recovery and seal the victory 29-23 in Las Vegas.

1. Baltimore opens the game with a kickoff return for a touchdown

In what was probably the closest game of the second day, the emotions did not wait, since in literally the first play of the game, the kickoff, Devin Duvernayreturner of the ravenshit an impressive start that ended in the rival zone after having traveled 103 yards with the ball.

The NFL Week Threestarting on Thursday, will be played as follows:

Thursday
Pittsburgh-Cleveland, 7:15 p.m. Fox Sports

Sunday
Detroit-Minnesota, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Baltimore-New England, 12:00 p.m. izzy
New Orleans-Carolina, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Houston-Chicago, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Kansas City-Indianapolis, 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Philadelphia-Washington, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Buffalo-Miami, 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Cincinnati-New York (Jets), 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Las Vegas-Tennessee, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Jacksonville-Los Angeles (Chargers), 3:05 p.m. Fox Sports
Atlanta-Seattle, 3:25 p.m. NFL GamePass
Los Angeles (Rams)-Arizona, 3:25 p.m. channel nine
Green Bay-Tampa Bay, 3:25 p.m. Fox Sports
San Francisco-Denver, 7:20 p.m. ESPN

Monday
Dallas-New York (Giants), 7:15 p.m. ESPN

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