The Jacksonville Jaguars easily beat the Los Angeles Chargers 38-10 on Sunday.
Jacksonville has improved its record to 2-1 this season thanks to the duo Trevor Lawrence and James Robinson.
The quarterback threw three touchdown passes to different receivers and had 262 yards in the win. His teammate, Robinson, had 100 rushing yards and he crossed the end zone on one occasion.
Zay Jones, Christian Kirk and Marvin Jones were Lawrence’s major targets.
Bored by a rib injury, Justin Herbert was at his post for Los Angeles. The quarterback had an interception, threw a touchdown pass and had 297 yards.
The Chargers struggled with the running game as the player with the most yards was Sony Michel with a meager total of 22.
The Rams leave nothing to the Cards
The Los Angeles Rams defense held off the Arizona Cardinals with a 20-12 win.
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The Cards were never able to score a touchdown in that game. Matt Prater recorded all of his team’s points on the board with four successful field goals.
Kyler Murray threw a total of 58 passes, 37 of which were completed for 314 yards. Marquise Brown stood out as a receiver with 140 yards.
Cam Akers and Cooper Kupp crossed the end zone on the ground for majors at the Rams. Kupp was limited to 44 yards as a receiver.
Matthew Stafford threw for 249 yards to help his team get a second win this season. Aaron Donald had the 100th quarterback sack of his NFL career during the game.
The Falcons win in a noisy stadium
A Marcus Mariota touchdown to Drake London was the difference in a 27-23 Atlanta Falcons victory over the Seattle Seahawks.
Atlanta thus signed a first win this season, while Seattle suffered a second consecutive loss.
The versatile Cordarrelle Patterson stood out for the Falcons, with 141 yards rushing, as well as a touchdown.
In the loss, Geno Smith (32 for 44, 325 yards) completed two passes for the major, to DK Metcalf and Will Dissly. He was the victim of an interception, just like Mariota.
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