Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp shredding Giants in first half – .

Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp shredding Giants in first half – .

It’s the sixth Sunday of the 2021 NFL season and we keep you up to date with all the action and bigger storylines throughout the day. The Week 6 Slate has some fantastic matchups and storylines, and we’re here to help you watch it unfold. Check back often to find out all you need to know.



Buccaneers 28, Eagles 22 (Summary)


Jaguars 23, Dolphins 20, in London (Recap)
Bengals aux Lions (GameTracker)
Packers chez Bears (GameTracker)
Texans chez Colts (GameTracker)
Chefs in Washington (GameTracker)
Chargers at Ravens (GameTracker)
Rams at Giants (GameTracker)
Vikings à Panthers (GameTracker)
Cardinals at Browns, 16 h 05 HE (Aperçu)
Cowboys at Patriots, 16 h 25 HE (Aperçu)
Raiders at Broncos, 16 h 25 HE (Aperçu)
Seahawks at Steelers, 20 h 20 HE (Aperçu)

On Monday

Bills at Titans, 20 h 15 HE (Aperçu)

Stafford deals early

Matthew Stafford has been formidable for the Rams so far this season, and his impressive game has continued against the Giants. He completed eight of his first 12 passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns, including that connection with Cooper Kupp on the fourth down.

The triple Pro Bowler spent most of this season on the Ravens’ practice squad, but the team raised him for the second time in Week 6, and Bell rewarded them with his first touchdown. for his new team. It’s still early days, but Baltimore dominated the teams battle 4-1.

Another Mahomes INT

OK, so it wasn’t really his fault, but Patrick Mahomes threw his seventh interception of the season on Sunday against Washington – more than he threw in each of the past two seasons. To make matters worse, Tyreek Hill lost control on the Washington 10-yard line, allowing Kendall Fuller to secure the turnover.

Injuries derailed Parris Campbell’s first two seasons in the NFL, but there’s a reason the Colts used a second-round pick against him in 2019. He showed why in the first quarter against the Texans, running. behind all the defense then under a perfectly placed pass from Carson Wentz for the score of 51 yards. It was only the second touchdown of his career.

Bengals strike first with TD hold

The Bengals wasted little time stepping on the winless Lions, as Joe Burrow passed down the left sideline that running back Chris Evans caught in stride before falling into the end zone. It marked the Michigan sixth-round rookie’s first career touchdown.

Washington security didn’t get it, and Jody Fortson made him pay by locking up the twist grip on the left sideline. On the next play, Darrel Williams scored a two-yard touchdown to give the Chiefs the lead.

Shorthanded Browns will have Hunt on pitch counts

The Cardinals-Browns game was supposed to be one of the best of the weekend, but things got tough even before kick-off. The undefeated Cardinals – 3-point underdogs against the Browns 3-2 in Cleveland – will not have head coach Kliff Kingsbury, who has tested positive for COVID-19. The teams had a total of 17 players listed as questionable in Friday’s injury report, with the Browns having two for the game – including star running back Nick Chubb.

This would normally mean a very busy day for replacement Kareem Hunt, except Hunt is struggling with wrist and knee issues and is among those listed as questionable. According to Tom Pelissero de NFL MediaBrowns coach Kevin Stefanski said Hunt looked good in practice on Friday and will actually have more work to do than usual. But only up to a point. Stefanski said he has a number of hits in mind for Hunt: “I don’t want to kill Kareem. ” How much is it ? We’ll find out soon, but with winds of up to 30mph expected in Cleveland, there can be a lot of racing games in this one.


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