Week 2 in the NFL did not disappoint we had a ton of great games, and a lot of big wins. We hope you are following our picks against the spread, but don’t worry we have another week coming up here soon which is another opportunity to build your bank roll. Check out some of our favorite games from week 2 below, and click around to get ready for week 3. 


Atlanta Falcons 39 - 40 Dallas Cowboys

The Falcons have produced another epic meltdown, as they had a 99.9 percent probability to win this game but ended losing it late in the final quarter. The Falcons raced out to a 20-0 lead in the first quarter and were up 29-10 by halftime, as they controlled the flow of the game during the first three quarters with ease -- they held a 15-point lead (39-24) in the fourth quarter as well. The Cowboys then produced three unanswered scoring drives and came away with the victory with a 46-yard field goal from Greg Zuerlein with only four seconds left on the clock. Dak Prescott completed 34 of 47 passes for 450 yards and one touchdown while adding 18 yards and three scores through the ground. Ezekiel Elliott recorded 89 yards and a score on 22 carries, while CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper each reached the 100-yard plateau when it came to receiving yards. Matt Ryan tossed four touchdown passes and racked up 273 aerial yards, but it wasn’t enough -- Calvin Ridley was the biggest beneficiary of Ryan’s performance since he ended with 109 yards and two scores in seven receptions.

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Detroit Lions 21 - 42 Green Bay Packers

The Lions got off to an impressive start against the Packers and held a 14-3 lead following the first quarter, but Green Bay would outscore Detroit 39-7 in the remaining three quarters to secure a comfortable win at Lambeau Field. Lions’ receiver Marvin Jones completed 84 straight games with a catch and produced a score on four receptions, while Adrian Peterson notched 41 yards on seven rushing attempts. Matthew Stafford was far from his best, though, completing “only” 20 of his 33 passes for 244 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. At the other end, Aaron Rodgers wasn’t that much better -- completed 18 of 30 passes for 240 yards and two scores -- but the real star of the game was Aaron Jones, who racked up 168 yards and two touchdowns in just 18 carries, averaging an impressive 9.3 yards per attempt. Jones also added four receptions for 68 yards and another touchdown.

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Carolina Panthers 17 - 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady tossed a first-quarter touchdown pass to Mike Evans and Leonard Fournette added two rushing scores as the Buccaneers secured their first win of the season with a 31-17 victory over the Panthers on Sunday afternoon. The biggest story of the game wasn’t Brady’s first win as Tampa Bay’s starting quarterback, however, because star running back Christian McCaffrey limped out of the game after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter and is expected to be out for “multiple weeks”. Brady was sharp, completing 23 of 35 passes for 217 yards, a touchdown and an interception, but Fournette carried the Buccaneers in this one with 103 yards and two touchdowns in only 12 carries. Mike Evans racked up 104 yards and a touchdown on seven receptions. As for the Panthers, Bridgewater completed 33 of 42 passes for 367 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions, while McCaffrey had 18 carries for 59 yards and two scores. D.J. Moore (120 yards on eight receptions) and Robby Anderson (109 yards on nine grabs) each topped the 100-yard plateau for the Panthers.

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