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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Justin Simmons gave another impassioned defense of suspended Denver Broncos teammate Kareem Jackson on Wednesday, calling for the NFL to provide more clarity and consistency in the rules intended to protect the health and safety of players. The NFL on Tuesday upheld its four-game suspension of Jackson for lowering his helmet to hit Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs in Denver's 21-20 win Sunday night. “I mean, the fact that he’s going to miss the next four games in a crucial part of our season is unbelievable,” Simmons said. “And for a play that if that’s routinely going to be called, why was it not called on that one play? “We're trying our best to adapt to the rules while we’re in the game,” Simmons added.
Persons: — Justin Simmons, Kareem Jackson, “ It's, ” Simmons, I'm, Jackson, Joshua Dobbs, Simmons, , Dorian Williams, Courtland Sutton, Sutton, , that’s, Kareem, we're, nothing's, that's, “ We're, he’s, didn't, ___ Organizations: Denver Broncos, NFL, Packers, Broncos, Bills, Denver, of Fame, Super, Jackson, AFC, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans Locations: ENGLEWOOD, Colo, Denver's
NFL roundup: Lions storm back in fourth, stun Bears
  + stars: | 2023-11-20 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Jared Goff, who threw a season-high three interceptions, engineered two fourth-quarter scoring drives and finished with 236 yards passing and two touchdowns for Detroit (8-2). Wilson completed 27 of 35 passes for 259 yards in the Broncos' fourth consecutive victory. Joshua Dobbs completed 20 of 32 passes for 221 yards, one touchdown and one interception for Minnesota (6-5). Giants 31, Commanders 19Tommy DeVito threw three touchdown passes and the New York defense forced six turnovers in a victory over Washington in Landover, Md. Bills 32, Jets 6Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and Buffalo avenged a Week 1 loss to New York with a victory in Orchard Park.
Persons: David Montgomery, David Reginek, Jared Goff, Justin Fields, DJ Moore, Goff, Jameson Williams, Sam LaPorta, Aidan Hutchinson, Fields, Russell Wilson lobbed, Courtland, Sutton, Wilson, Joshua Dobbs, Dobbs, Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Dustin Hopkins, Pittsburgh . Thompson, Deshaun Watson, Jaylen Warren, Warren, Kenny Pickett, Dak Prescott, Tony Pollard, Prescott, Carolina's, DaRon Bland, Bryce Young, Young, Jordan Love, Love, Christian Watson, Love's, Jayden Reed, Aaron Jones, Emanuel Wilson, Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa hobbled, C.J . Stroud, Stroud, Tank Dell, Devin Singletary, Murray, Trevor Lawrence, Calvin Ridley, Will Levis, Tua Tagovailoa, Jalen Ramsey, Tyreek Hill, Hill, Tagovailoa, Aidan O'Connell, Davante Adams, Antonio Pierce, Tommy DeVito, Isaiah Simmons, Sam Howell, Howell, Saquon Barkley, DeVito, Brock Purdy, Brandon Aiyuk, Purdy, Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, Tampa Bay's Baker Mayfield, Mike Evans, White, Josh Allen, Joe Brady, Ken Dorsey, Allen, Zach Wilson, Tim Boyle, Boyle, Lucas Havrisik, Geno Smith, Jason Myers, Kenneth Walker III, Cooper, Smith, Matthew Stafford, Royce Freeman Organizations: Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, Ford Field, Bears, Detroit, Chicago, Broncos, Vikings, Courtland Sutton, Denver, Minnesota, Browns, Steelers, Pittsburgh, UCLA, Cleveland, Cowboys, Panthers, Dallas, Carolina, Packers, Chargers, Los, Green, Texans, Cardinals, Houston, Arizona, Jaguars, Titans, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dolphins, Raiders, Miami, Las Vegas, Miami Gardens, NFL, Las, Giants, New, Washington, 49ers, Buccaneers, Tampa, Bills, Jets, Buffalo, AFC East, Miami . New, Rams, Seahawks, Seattle, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, USA, Montgomery, Cleveland, Charlotte, N.C, Green, Los Angeles, Angeles, Miami, Fla, Tyreek, Las Vegas, New York, Landover, Md, DeVito, Francisco, Tampa Bay, Santa Clara, Calif, Tampa, Orchard Park, Miami . New York, Inglewood , Calif
“This guy's been lights out,” Wilson said of Sutton, who outleapt cornerback Mekhi Blackmon for his eighth TD of the season. The Broncos started their go-ahead drive from their 25 with 3:17 remaining after Joseph's field goal made it 20-15. That kick capped a 7-minute, 20-second drive by the Vikings that featured a fake punt from their own 30. Wilson drove the Broncos 75 yards in 10 plays to give Denver, which trailed 17-9 after three quarters, its first lead since 3-0. That last one came after nickelback Ja'Quan McMillian's interception of Dobbs set up the Broncos' offense just inside the Vikings' 10-yard line.
Persons: , Russell Wilson, Wil Lutz, Riley Dixon, ” Wilson, Courtland Sutton's, Sutton, Mekhi Blackmon, , Danielle Hunter's, Javonte Williams, Greg Joseph, Joshua Dobbs, Dobbs, Sean Payton, Joe, Lombardi, ‘ Gosh, Ty Chandler, Wilson, ” Dobbs, Lutz, nickelback Ja'Quan, Kareem Jackson, McMillian, Kevin O'Connnell, Jackson, Jackson's, Terry McAulay, ” McAulay, Dean Lowry, Justin Jefferson, ___ Organizations: DENVER, Minnesota Vikings, Denver, Vikings, Broncos, ” Broncos, The Broncos, JACKSON, ” Vikings, NFL, Jackson, NBC, NEXT, Chicago, Sunday . Broncos, Cleveland Locations: Denver, Arizona, Minnesota
Broncos slip past sloppy Bills on last-second FG
  + stars: | 2023-11-14 | by ( Field Level Media | )   time to read: +2 min
[1/112] Nov 13, 2023; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen warms up before a game against the Denver Broncos at Highmark Stadium. On third-and-10 from the Buffalo 45, Wilson's deep throw for Jerry Jeudy fell incomplete, but Taron Johnson was flagged for contacting Jeudy before the ball got there. However, the Bills were penalized for having 12 men on the field. Ja'Quan McMillian recovered, and Denver scored four plays later on the first of Lutz's four field goals, a 40-yarder. The Bills finally quit making mistakes long enough to get within 9-8 on Allen's 22-yard connection to Dalton Kincaid and a two-point conversion pass to Gabe Davis.
Persons: Josh Allen, Mark Konezny, Wil Lutz, Josh Allen's, Russell Wilson, Jerry Jeudy, Taron Johnson, Wilson, Lutz, Lutz's, Allen, Buffalo's James Cook, Ja'Quan McMillian, Courtland Sutton, Dalton Kincaid, Gabe Davis, Fabian Moreau Organizations: Buffalo, Denver Broncos, Highmark, Buffalo Bills, Bills, Jeudy, Miami Dolphins, AFC East, Denver, Broncos, Thomson Locations: Orchard, , New York, USA, Orchard Park, N.Y, Buffalo
CNN —The Denver Broncos earned a dramatic 24-22 victory over the error-prone Buffalo Bills on Monday, after Wil Lutz converted a last-minute, retaken field goal. At the end of the day, we didn’t execute it, so it’s inexcusable,” the visibly frustrated Buffalo Bills coach, Sean McDermott, told reporters after the game. Wil Lutz of the Denver Broncos kicks the game-winning field goal against the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium on November 13. While the night may be remembered for the Bills’ error-strewn display, Courtland Sutton’s remarkable second quarter touchdown for Denver will also live long in the memory. Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin makes a tackle in the fourth quarter of the game.
Persons: Wil Lutz, Lutz, , Sean McDermott, Timothy T Ludwig, Josh Allen, , ” Allen, Taron Johnson, Courtland Sutton’s, Russell Wilson, Sutton, , ” Hamlin, Damar Hamlin, Hamlin, Adam Trautman, Andy Cross, commotio cordis Organizations: CNN, The Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, Bills, AFC, Denver Broncos, Highmark, Getty, NFL, Buffalo, The Broncos, Denver, ESPN, MediaNews, Denver Post, Cincinnati Bengals Locations: Denver, Cincinnati
Getting a second chance after missing wide right from 41 yards thanks to Buffalo being flagged for too many players, Lutz connected on a 36-yard field goal attempt as time expired to secure a 24-22 win over the sloppy, turnover-prone Bills on Monday night. The Broncos (4-5) have won three straight and four of six since a 70-20 loss at Miami. Lutz made four field goals and Javonte Williams scored on a 3-yard run. Allen’s second interception came in the final minute of the first half, and on the first play from scrimmage after Lutz hit a 49-yard field goal to put Denver up 12-8. Allen fluttered a pass up the left sideline that was easily intercepted by Fabian Moreau, which led to Lutz making a 40-yard field goal to close the half.
Persons: Wil Lutz, Lutz, , , Russell Wilson, Josh Allen, Ken Dorsey’s, Sean McDermott, Dorsey, ” McDermott, ” Lutz, Riley Dixon, Javonte Williams, Allen scampered, Wilson, Wilson —, Jerry Jeudy, Taron Johnson, Johnson, Courtland Sutton, I’m, Justin Simmons, “ You’re, it’s, ” Allen, Dalton Kincaid, Buffalo’s, Denver’s Ja’Quan McMillan, James Cook, Allen, Gabe Davis, Simmons, Allen’s, Allen fluttered, Fabian Moreau, ___ Organizations: — Broncos, Broncos, Miami, Kansas City, AFC West, Chiefs, Bills, AFC East, Buffalo, Buffalo’s, Denver, NEXT, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, ___ AP NFL Locations: ORCHARD, Denver, Buffalo
[1/112] Oct 29, 2023; Denver, Colorado, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) during the first quarter against the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Acquire Licensing RightsOctober 30 - Russell Wilson became the first Broncos quarterback since Peyton Manning to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs as Denver claimed a 24-9 home victory on Sunday. The Denver defense forced five Kansas City turnovers. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes fell to 29-4 vs. the AFC West in his career. Following a three-and-out by the Chiefs, the Broncos took over on the Kansas City 39.
Persons: Patrick Mahomes, Ron Chenoy, Russell Wilson, Peyton Manning, Wilson, Mahomes, Andy Reid, Hank Stram, Mecole Hardman, Courtland Sutton, Javonte Williams, Harrison, Marquez Valdes, Jerry Jeudy, Butker's Organizations: Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos, Broncos, Denver, Chiefs, Kansas City, AFC West, Thomson Locations: Denver , Colorado, USA, Denver
The Broncos (3-5) were serenaded off the field to the sound of Taylor Swift's “Shake it Off” blaring throughout Empower Field. The Broncos handed Mahomes his first AFC West road loss in beating Kansas City's quarterback for the first time in 13 tries. Wilson threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Williams and connected with Jeudy from 11 yards out for a 14-3 lead early in the second quarter. That marked the biggest lead by Denver since their 16-game skid against the Chiefs began on Nov. 15, 2015. Mahomes threw a 39-yard pass to Rashee Rice, setting up Butker's 34-yard field goal to make it 14-6.
Persons: — Russell Wilson, Justin Simmons, Patrick Mahomes, Taylor, Swift, Travis Kelce's, Mahomes, muffed, Javonte Williams, Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, Weeks, Drew Sanders, Mecole Hardman's, Wilson, Sutton, Nobody, Skyy Moore, Simmons, Harrison, Justin Reid, Wil Lutz's, Reid, Ja'Quan McMillian, Baron Browning, Jonathon Cooper, Williams, Rashee Rice, George Karlaftis, Willie Gay, Jerick McKinnon, LB Willie Gay, ___ Organizations: DENVER, Broncos, Kansas City, Chiefs, The Broncos, AFC West, Kansas, Denver, The Chiefs, LB, NEXT Chiefs, Face Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Locations: Kansas, Brittany, Frankfurt, Germany
The Ravens racked up 355 yards before the break, including 255 passing yards by Jackson. Mark Andrews caught a pair of touchdown passes for Baltimore (5-2). Giants 14, Commanders 7Tyrod Taylor tossed two touchdown passes and the defense held firm as New York earned a win over Washington in East Rutherford, N.J. Seahawks 20, Cardinals 10Geno Smith threw touchdown passes to rookies Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Jake Bobo in the first half and Seattle held on to defeat visiting Arizona. Justin Herbert completed 17 of 30 passes for 259 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions for the Chargers (2-4).
Persons: Bill Belichick, Bob DeChiara, Mac Jones, Jones, Mike Gesicki, Belichick, Don Shula, George Halas, Josh Allen, Allen, Stefon Diggs, Kareem Hunt's, Walker, Hunt, Deshaun Watson, Watson, Kevin Stefanski, Koo, Desmond Ridder, Kyle Pitts, Bijan Robinson, Tyler Allgeier, Baker Mayfield, Chase, Lamar Jackson, Jackson, Mark Andrews, Gus Edwards, Jahmyr Gibbs, Jared Goff, Amon, Ra St, Brown, D'Onta Foreman, Tyson Bagent, NCAA Division II Shepherd, QBs, Bagent, Foreman, Brian Hoyer, Davante Adams, Tyrod Taylor, Daniel Jones, Taylor, Leonard Williams, Darren Waller, Saquon Barkley, Sam Howell, Kenny Pickett, Jaylen Warren, Najee Harris, Matthew Stafford, Puka Nacua, Nacua, Royce Freeman, Geno Smith, Jaxon Smith, Jake Bobo, Smith, Kenneth Walker III, DK Metcalf, Arizona's Joshua Dobbs, Emari Demercado, Wil Lutz, Locke, Russell Wilson, Courtland Sutton, Javonte Williams, Jordan Love, Jayden Reed, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Marquez Valdes, Rashee Rice, Isiah Pacheco, Justin Herbert, Joshua Kelley Organizations: New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, Gillette, New, Buffalo, Bills, Browns, Colts, Indianapolis, The Browns, Cleveland, Seattle Seahawks, Falcons, Buccaneers, Atlanta, Tampa, Ravens, Lions, Baltimore, Bears, Raiders, NFL, Chicago, Las Vegas, NCAA Division II, Giants, New York, Washington, Steelers, Rams, Pittsburgh, Los, Seahawks, Cardinals, Seattle, Arizona, The Seahawks, Broncos, Packers, Denver, Chiefs, Chargers, Kansas City, Thomson Locations: Foxborough , Massachusetts, USA, Foxborough, New England, Cleveland, Detroit, Baltimore, Chicago, New, East Rutherford, N.J, New York, Los Angeles, Inglewood , Calif, Seattle, Green, P.J, Denver, Green Bay, Kansas
CNN —Grammy award-winning artist Taylor Swift continues to be a good luck charm for the Kansas City Chiefs, as they defeated the Denver Broncos 19-8 at Arrowhead Stadium on Thursday night. Swift was watching the Chiefs in person for the third time this season and has yet to see them lose. He went 30/40 on pass attempts and racked up 306 yards, throwing one touchdown to Kadarius Toney and one interception. Brittany Mahomes and Taylor Swift celebrate a touchdown by the Kansas City Chiefs against the Denver Broncos. Denver put up 197 total yards to the Chiefs’ 389 with Wilson going 13/22 on passes, 95 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions, per the NFL.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Swift, Travis Kelce, Kelce, there’s, she’s, Cooper Neill, , Patrick Mahomes, Mahomes, Kadarius Toney, Brittany Mahomes, Jamie Squire, Justin Simmons, Kicker Harrison Butker, Andy Reid, ” Reid, Russell Wilson, Wilson, Courtland Sutton, Butker, Sean Payton, I’m Organizations: CNN, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver Broncos, Arrowhead, Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, NFL, Broncos, Denver, Green Bay Packers Locations: Kelce
(AP) — Patrick Mahomes knows the Kansas City Chiefs' offense is still trying to put everything together. We had a lot of yards, positive yards, but you can't stall down there." The Broncos have not beaten the Chiefs since Sept. 17, 2015, the year Peyton Manning led Denver to the Super Bowl. The two began a relationship a few weeks ago, when he invited Swift to a Chiefs game after failing to meet her during her Eras Tour. Chiefs: S Justin Reid, who had an interception earlier in the game, briefly left in the second half.
Persons: — Patrick Mahomes, , ” Mahomes, Mahomes, Harrison, Russell Wilson, Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift, Courtland Sutton —, Javonte Williams, Rashee Rice, Andy Reid, Peyton Manning, Sean Payton, “ I'm, I'm, ” Payton, Wilson, Justin Simmons, Kadarius Toney, Butker, ” SWIFT, Swift, Chris Jones, Jones, Hall, Hall of Famer Derrick Thomas, Greg Dulcich, Justin Reid, Justin Watson, ___ Organizations: KANSAS CITY, Kansas City Chiefs, Denver, Broncos, Kansas City, Chiefs, ” Chiefs, Super, Swift, Hall of Famer, Raiders, NEXT Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers Locations: KANSAS, Mo, Kansas, Denver, Los Angeles
NFL roundup: Chiefs get back on winning track against Jaguars
  + stars: | 2023-09-18 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Mahomes threw touchdown passes to Skyy Moore and Travis Kelce as the Chiefs (1-1) rebounded from a season-opening 21-20 loss to the Detroit Lions. Jones threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Saquon Barkley and an 11-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Hodgins, then drove New York 56 yards to Graham Gano's winning 34-yard field goal with 19 seconds remaining. In his third NFL start -- all Washington wins -- Howell completed 27 of 39 passes to fuel the Commanders' rally. Seahawks 37, Lions 31 (OT)Geno Smith connected with Tyler Lockett on a 6-yard touchdown pass in overtime to give visiting Seattle a victory over Detroit. Burrow aggravated his right calf injury on his second touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter.
Persons: Patrick Mahomes, Morgan Tencza, Mahomes, Skyy Moore, Travis Kelce, Kelce, Chris Jones, George Karlaftis, Jones, Trevor Lawrence, Christian Kirk, wideouts Zay Jones, Calvin Ridley, Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, Isaiah Hodgins, Graham Gano's, Joshua Dobbs, Kyler Murray, James Conner, Sam Howell, Brian Robinson, Howell, Robinson, Russell Wilson, Mary, Brandon Johnson, Benjamin St, Juste, Courtland Sutton, Wilson, Sean Payton, Geno Smith, Tyler Lockett, Smith, Lockett, Kenneth Walker, Riley Patterson, Jared Goff, Goff, Tre Brown, Gardner Minshew, Anthony Richardson, Richardson, Minshew, C.J, Stroud, Nico Collins, Tank Dell, Josh Allen, Allen, James Cook, Gabe Davis, Jimmy Garoppolo, Josh Jacobs, Davante Adams, Arthur Smith, Younghoe Koo, Bijan Robinson, Koo, Desmond Ridder, Drake London, Jordan Love, Jayden Reed, Ryan Tannehill, Nick Folk, Derrick Henry, Nick Westbrook, Cameron Dicker's, Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, Austin Ekeler, Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow, Burrow, Jackson, Nelson Agholor, Tee Higgins, Baker Mayfield, Mike Evans, Justin Fields, Fields, fumbling, Joe Tryon, Shoyinka, White, Dak Prescott, Brandon Aubrey, Prescott, Aaron Rodgers, Achilles, Zach Wilson, Garrett Wilson, Christian McCaffrey, San, Brock Purdy, Nacua, Matthew Stafford Organizations: Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, EverBank, Chiefs, Detroit Lions, Kansas, Jaguars, Giants, Cardinals, New York, Arizona, Broncos, Washington, NFL, Denver, Seahawks, Lions, Seattle, Detroit, Colts, Texans, Indianapolis, Houston, Bills, Raiders, Buffalo, Falcons, Packers, Atlanta, Green, Chargers, Tennessee, Los Angeles, The Chargers, Ravens, Bengals, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Buccaneers, Bears, Tampa Bay, Bucs, Tampa, Cowboys, Jets, Dallas, New, 49ers, Rams, Los, Thomson Locations: Jacksonville , Florida, USA, New York, Denver, Las, Orchard Park, N.Y, Green Bay, Green, Los, Nashville, Tenn, Tennessee, Tannehill, Ikhine, Cincinnati, Chicago, Tampa Bay, Arlington , Texas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Inglewood , Calif
DENVER (AP) — Washington cornerback Benjamin St-Juste didn't flinch after Brandon Johnson snared Russell Wilson's 50-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass off a double deflection with no time remaining Sunday. Washington rallied from an early 21-3 deficit to take a 35-24 lead, then had to hang on with no time on the clock. The Broncos lost despite scoring touchdowns on their first three drives for the first time since 2010. “This is a resilient team,” Washington's Sam Howell said after throwing for 299 yards and two TDs in his first road start. The Commanders used a 32-3 scoring outburst to take control before the Broncos made it interesting at the very end.
Persons: Benjamin St, Juste didn't flinch, Brandon Johnson snared Russell Wilson's, Mary, Juste, , Courtland Sutton, Gene Steratore, Brad Rogers, Sean Payton, Nathaniel Hackett, Sam Howell, Brian Robinson Jr, Wilson, Johnson, Payton, speedsters, Jaleel McLaughlin, Marvin Mims Jr, wideout Johnson snaring, Mims, ” Payton, , ” Mims, ” Wilson, Ron Rivera, JACKSON, Howell, Logan Thomas, Kareem Jackson, Jackson, Jakobi Meyers, Gosh, you've, Washington, Robinson, Joey Slye's, Terry McLaurin's, Thomas didn't, Delarrin Turner, Yell, DB Essang Bassey, ___ Organizations: DENVER, , Washington, CBS, Broncos, Detroit, Denver, Kansas City, NFL, Super, DB, Buffalo, Sunday, Miami Locations: — Washington, St, New Orleans, Washington
Sixty years ago, in the summer of 1963, a four-story townhouse on West 130th Street in Harlem became the headquarters for what was then the largest civil rights event in American history, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. For one summer the house, a former home for “delinquent colored girls,” was a hive of activity — so frenetic that the receptionist twice hung up on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by mistake. Together with Mr. Randolph, they became known as the Big Six. As Courtland Cox, one of the march organizers, recalled, “People were sick and tired of being sick and tired, and they wanted to make a statement to the nation.”
Persons: , Martin Luther King Jr, King’s, Bayard Rustin, Philip Randolph, Rustin, Randolph, John F, Medgar Evers, Courtland Cox Organizations: Jobs, 130th, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, National Urban League, Racial, Student Nonviolent, Mr, National Guard, University of Alabama, Locations: Harlem, Washington, Birmingham, Mississippi
By Erika VeurinkA wedding registry is a couple’s chance to creatively express the kind of life you hope to create together. If you’re a bride or groom to be, you can easily add a link to these eye-catching utensils to your Zola registry. Add the link to the multipurpose pressure cookware to your registry on Zola, or shop it at Amazon or Walmart. Add this link to your Zola registry (and browse other local gift options) and your guests can send a wedding-week-pick-me-up or gift an ongoing subscription. And if you don’t know where to start, Bloomingdale’s wedding registry checklist will help you narrow down what you need.
Persons: Erika Veurink, Zola, , Maria Del Russo, servingware, Simone Silverman, Silverman, Del Russo, , Margaux, Alexandra Daniel, Daniel, Dyson, Holly Liss Jammet, Jammet, Jones, Great Jones, Tricia Lowenfield, Sarah Swann, napkins Swann, Gregory Blake Sams, You’ll, you’d, Sams, Christolfe, Coffee, Anbouba, Neiman Marcus, Delaney Lundquist, she’s, Lundquist, Lily Sullivan, ” Sullivan, Hawkins, Food52, Sullivan Organizations: New, Margot Magazine, Designs, Zola, Elle, Walmart, ” Investment, , Farmers, tote, Courtland, Co, Target Locations: Zola, New York City, Florida, Italy, Flamingo, Los Angeles, Great, York, City, Charleston, S.C, Sur, Charlotte, N.C, Brooklyn, N.Y
NFL roundup: Eagles lock down No. 1 seed in NFC
  + stars: | 2023-01-09 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
1 seed in the NFC with a 22-16 win over the visiting New York Giants on Sunday. Hurts led six scoring drives and the Eagles never trailed the Giants (9-7-1), who had already sewn up the No. 6 seed and opted to rest quarterback Daniel Jones, Pro Bowl running back Saquon Barkley and other starters. Smith finished the regular season with 4,282 yards passing, surpassing Russell Wilson's team record of 4,219 set in 2016. Baltimore's Anthony Brown was 19-of-44 passing for 286 yards and two interceptions in his first career NFL start.
Tagovailoa completed 36 of 50 passes for 469 yards and six TD passes, tied for the second-most in a single game in NFL history. Buccaneers 20, Saints 10Tom Brady threw a tiebreaking touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman as visiting Tampa Bay defeated New Orleans. Lawrence completed 25 of 30 passes and Christian Kirk caught both touchdown passes for the Jaguars (1-1). Marcus Mariota pulled the Falcons (0-2) to within 31-17 with an 11-yard touchdown pass to Olamide Zaccheaus with 8:14 left in the game. Rush tossed a 9-yard touchdown pass to Noah Brown to cap a 12-play, 75-yard drive in the first quarter.
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