Carson Wentz pitched four touchdown extends, Corey Clement had three scores, and the Philadelphia Eagles routed the Denver Broncos 51 -2 3 on Sunday
Carson Wentz threshed four touchdown moves, Corey Clement had three scores, and the Philadelphia Eagles routed the Denver Broncos 51 -2 3 on Sunday.
The Eagles (8 -1) razed the league’s top-ranked defense, racking up 419 gardens, to win their seventh straight tournament and chief into a bye week with the best evidence in the NFL. Brock Osweiler couldn’t get the Broncos( 3-5) on track in his first start since rejoining the team in September. He threw two interceptions. Denver have lost four in a row and five of six. Wentz was 15 of 27 for 199 gardens before giving way to Nick Foles. He has three four-TD achievements in the last five weeks. Clement had two TD scampers and one TD catch, and newcomer Jay Ajayi go for 77 gardens and one score.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 -3 0 New Orleans Saints
The Saints extended their victory fleck to six when Drew Brees ended 81.2% of his elapses for 263 gardens and two touchdowns in a 30 -1 0 victory over reeling Tampa Bay. Tensions boiled over when Jameis Winston, after he had left the game, appears to be instigate a hassle along the sideline.
The scuffle appeared in the third part and appeared to be erupted when Winston energetically pressed his finger into the back of Marshon Lattimore’s helmet during a dead-ball stage between a failed third-down pass and a punt. Lattimore altered and jostle Winston, after which receiver Mike Evans leveled Lattimore from behind. Saints defensive back De’Vante Harris then came charging into the scuffle to represent Lattimore. As the skirmish was broken up, Saints coach Sean Payton paraded halfway across the field, gesticulating angrily at the Tampa Bay bench before officers chased him back to the Saints’ sideline. The tally was 30 -3 at the time. Evans was called for pointless roughness. There “werent any” ejections.
Cincinnati Bengals 7-23 Jacksonville Jaguars
With AJ Green and Jalen Ramsey spewed for engage, Jaydon Mickens gave the knockout blow by returning a punt 63 yards for a touchdown, helping the Jacksonville Jaguars pulsated the Cincinnati Bengals 23 -7. The Jaguars( 5-3) triumphed consecutive games for the first time in 13 months and were triumphant at EverBank Field for the first time since last-place December.
Blake Bortles shed for 259 grounds and a touchdown in another effectiveness of these measures. Marqise Lee had his first TD reception of the season and responded by punting the ball into the stand. And Jacksonville’s defense treated Cincinnati’s woeful offense for most of the afternoon.
But most of the talk will center on Green and Ramsey. The perennial Pro Bowl receiver retaliated against the trash-talking cornerback in a brutal way late in the first half. After Ramsey knocked Green to the ground at the end of a running play, Green grabbed Ramsey around the neck and threw him to the floor. Dark-green then gave numerous punches to Ramsey’s helmet never the smartest notion and introduce another MM-Astyle choke hold on Ramsey. It was the various kinds of aggressive onrush who are able to lead to a expulsion.
” I shouldn’t have greeted that space. I apologize to my team-mates,[ Bengals owner Mike] Brown, everyone is, because that’s not who I am. It just got the best of me today ,” Green told reporters after the game.
Players from both sidelines rushed the field, pushing, plucking, jostle, bellowing and looking like they are able to bash. Coaches and officials stepped in and prevented a melee. Dark-green and Ramsey were expelled, a decision that caused raucous dissents from Jacksonville’s coaching booth next to the press casket. Jaguars executive Tom Coughlin and general manager Dave Caldwell were in the box.
Players jawed even as they left the field for halftime, and there was spate of chippy play in the second half.