NFL scores, schedule, live Week 2 updates: Jimmy Garoppolo has 49ers rolling after Trey Lance injured

NFL scores, schedule, live Week 2 updates: Jimmy Garoppolo has 49ers rolling after Trey Lance injured

NFL scores, schedule, live Week 2 updates: Jimmy Garoppolo has 49ers rolling after Trey Lance injured

It’s Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season, and we’re keeping you updated on all the action and the biggest stories throughout the day. The Week 2 slate has some amazing matchups and storylines, and we’re here to help you watch it unfold. Check back often to find out everything you need to know.

Plan for week 2


Chiefs 27, Chargers 24 (Takeaways)


Giants 19, Panthers 16 (Takeaways)
Jaguars 24, Colts 0 (Recap)
Dolphins 42, Ravens 38 (Takeaways)
Patriots 17, Steelers 14 (Takeaways)
Jets 31, Browns 30 (Recap)
Buccaneers 20, Saints 10 (Takeaways)
Lions 36, Commanders 27 (Recap)
Falcons at Rams, 4:05 PM ET (Gametracker)
Seahawks at 49ers, 4:05 PM ET (Gametracker)
Cardinals at Raiders, 4:25 PM ET (Game Tracker)
Bengals at Cowboys, 4:25 PM ET (Game Tracker)
Texans at Broncos, 4:25 PM ET (Gametracker)
Bears at Packers, 8:20 p.m. ET (preview)


Titans at Bills, 7:15 PM ET (preview)
Vikings at Eagles, 8:30 p.m. ET (preview)

Parsons is eating

Tom Brady, Joe Burrow, it doesn’t matter. No quarterback is safe when Micah Parsons is on the other side. He has now recorded two sacks in each of the first two games – quite the encore for the reigning NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.

London scores first TD

The top two wide receivers taken in April’s draft both scored their first career touchdowns Sunday. Garrett Wilson, No. 10 of the Jets, found the end zone twice, including the game-winning score in the final seconds. Drake London, the eighth overall pick, also got in the end zone, on a slant from 4 yards out.

Blocked FG TD!

The Seahawks haven’t done anything offensively, but they’re on the scoreboard thanks to one of the most electric plays in football. What should have been a routine 20-yard field goal for the 49ers’ Robbie Gould turned into rookie Tariq Woolen blocking the kick, the ball bouncing right into the hands of Michael Jackson, and Jackson running unimpeded 85 yards to the house.

Kupp continues to ball

After a slow start, Cooper Kupp does what Kupp does best: torch defense. Make that two touchdowns for last year’s receiving triple crown winner. On this score, Kupp left safety Jaylinn Hawkins in the dust with a nasty juke move on his way to pay dirt.

49ers roll with Jimmy G

With Trey Lance sidelined with an ankle injury, veteran Jimmy Garoppolo has stepped in and kept the 49ers in check over the Seahawks. He completed 8 of his 11 first-half passes for 106 yards and a touchdown as San Francisco took a 20-point halftime lead.

First career INT

Who cares that cornerback Decobie Durant played college football at South Carolina State. He was good enough for the Rams to draft him in the fourth round, and he made a big play in his second career game. The ball hit the hands of Cordarrelle Patterson and landed right in the hands of Durant, whose 51-yard return set up the Rams’ third touchdown: a pitch-and-catch from Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp.

RB throws INT …

Just as the Seahawks were trying to get back into this game before halftime, offensive coordinator Shane Waldron called a trick play that led to backup running back DeeJay Dallas attempting his first career pass. It ended about as you’d expect: Dallas threw the ball directly to a 49ers defender to end a promising drive with no points.

Pollard is running for the long haul

The Cowboys play inspired football with backup Cooper Rush under center. Rush threw an opening-drive touchdown to Noah Brown, and then Tony Pollard followed with a 47-yard sprint down the left sideline that put Dallas just outside the end zone. The Cowboys rewarded Pollard by giving him the ball again, and he delivered with the score.

Dolphins win in unlikely fashion

Tua Tagovailoa threw six touchdowns against the Ravens, which is remarkable. Even more remarkable, four of them came IN THE FOURTH QUARTER! Two of them went to Tyreek Hill, a third went to River Cracraft, and the final and most important score was a seven-yard connection to Jaylen Waddle with just 14 seconds to play.

Jets steal victory with comeback late in fourth

A truly miraculous win for the Jets. They were down 13 points with 90 seconds to play and somehow stole a win from the Browns at home. Here’s how it happened: Joe Flacco hit Corey Davis for a 66-yard touchdown with 1:22 left, the Jets recovered the onside kick, and then rookie Garrett Wilson caught his second TD of the game with 22 seconds left. And because Cade York missed an extra point earlier in the game, New York took the lead with an extra point of its own. An interception by Jacoby Brissett sealed an unimaginable loss for Cleveland.

Tua to Tyreek TWICE

The dolphins refuse to go away. Down by as much as 21, tied the game after Tua Tagovailoa launched two bombs to Tyreek Hill for the FOURTH and FIFTH touchdowns of the afternoon for Tua.

Jameis throws three picks on fourth down

Jameis Winston, who threw a whopping 30 interceptions in 2019, is back to his old ways on Sunday against the Buccaneers. Three possessions in the fourth quarter, three picks for Winston. The third was by far the worst, with Mike Edwards returning it 68 yards for a touchdown to all but seal the Buccaneers victory.

Chubb x2

Nick Chubb, perhaps the best pure running back in the NFL, was rock solid again Sunday. He has rushed 15 times for 78 yards and two touchdowns, the second of which led the Browns back early in the fourth quarter over the Jets.

Beautiful INT

Jameis Winston wanted Chris Olave on a deep ball near the goal line. Instead, he got a leaping, twisting Jamel Dean who came down with an impressive interception to give the Buccaneers back possession.


The Buccaneers and Saints don’t like each other. Do you need proof? Look no further than this massive brawl that broke out late in the third quarter of a 3-3 game. Mike Evans and Marshon Lattimore were ejected as a result.

Lamar to the HOUSE

When Lamar Jackson negotiates what would be a record-breaking new contract next offseason, Lamar Jackson only needs to turn on the film from the game against the Dolphins. Three touchdowns through the air and now one on the ground after outrunning everyone for a 79-yard touchdown.

Swift is fast!

It looked like the Lions were about to give up a 20-plus point lead, but D’Andre Swift eased the minds of Detroit fans with a stunning individual effort. He fell backwards after catching a pass at the 20-yard line, but with no one around to touch him, he popped up, made three defenders miss a la Barry Sanders and then waltzed into the end zone.

Muted punt

The Gunner Olszewski revenge game has not gone the way Gunner Olszewski would have liked. Down 10-6, the Steelers were set to get the ball back when Olszewski muffed the ball, giving the Patriots — the team Olszewski played for in his first three NFL seasons — a first-and-goal opportunity. They capitalized with Damien Harris scoring from two yards out to give New England an 11-point advantage.

Brady continues to struggle against the Saints

The greatest quarterback of all time just can’t figure out the Saints defense. The Buccaneers were shut out, 9-0, in their second meeting with New Orleans a year ago, and they put up a goose egg in the first half against their division rivals on Sunday afternoon. Tom Brady is, as expected, not happy at all.

Commanders in the board

It was a first half to forget for Washington, which gave up 22 points to start the game and went into the locker room with a scoreless score. The third quarter started much better, as the Commanders drove 64 yards in five plays and scored their first touchdown on a long pass from Carson Wentz to Curtis Samuel, who held on to the catch despite a big hit.

Hutchinson can’t be stopped

The Lions knew Aidan Hutchinson would be productive; that’s why they drafted him with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. But three-sacks-in-the-first-half productive? They could not have foreseen that, but that is exactly what has happened in the first half against the Commanders. Detroit is putting it to Washington, and the rookie is a big reason why.

You have Mossed!

Sorry Ahkello Witherspoon, but that’s exactly what happened toward the end of the first half of a 3-3 game. Just as Witherspoon thought he was about to catch an interception, Nelson Agholor jumped over him, snatched the ball from his grasp and left him in the dust for the final five yards of a 44-yard score. Today’s catch so far from Agholor.

Lamar is acting

Despite having a rushing touchdown overturned, Lamar Jackson has had an excellent first half in the Ravens’ home opener. He has completed 11 of his first 13 passes for 210 yards and three scores, the first of which went 75 yards to Rashod Bateman and the second to Mark Andrews from one yard out.

His third, to DeMarcus Robinson, put the Ravens up 28-7 over the Dolphins.

Travis who?

Many expected 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne to overtake 2020 undrafted rookie James Robinson as the Jaguars’ top rusher this season. Through a game and a half, that has not been the case. In Week 1, Robinson beat Etienne and scored two touchdowns. Robinson’s success has continued against the Colts, as his 37-yard touchdown scamper has Jacksonville up by double digits against its division foe.

Robinson is coming back from a season-ending Achilles injury suffered late last season.

Wilson scores first career TD

The Jets’ top draft pick led to a touchdown on their second drive in Cleveland. Second-round pick Breece Hall rumbled for 23 yards on a third-and-short, and three plays later, No. 10 overall pick Garrett Wilson hauled in his first career touchdown catch to tie the game.

False tip!

Everyone loves a fake punt, and the Jets executed it perfectly on fourth-and-2 in their own territory. Braden Mann took the snap, set his feet and threw a rope to Jeff Smith for a 17-yard gain, keeping the drive alive.


Dan Campbell’s risk of going for it on fourth-and-goal was unsuccessful, but the consolation prize was that the Commanders were backed up almost into their own end zone. That’s when Carson Wentz Carson Wentz was stripped by Charles Harris and had the ball bounce out of the end zone for two points for Detroit.

Swift breaks another big race

Two games, two 50-plus-yard runs for the Lions’ D’Andre Swift. The third-year running back missed practice most of the week with an ankle injury, but he looked perfectly fine as he took the handoff to the right, made a few quick cuts again and then ran over Commanders defenders all the way down to the seven. -yard line. Unfortunately for Detroit, it came away with no points after a failed fourth-and-goal attempt.

Opening kickoff fumble!

While the Ravens had the best possible start, the Panthers had one of the worst, as Chuba Hubbard fumbled the opening drive that immediately put the Giants inside the red zone. Fortunately for Carolina, the defense held strong to force a three-and-out and force a field goal.

Opening kickoff return TD!

The Ravens got the toss against the Dolphins, but Lamar Jackson and the offense never got on the field. That’s because Devin Duvernay, who scored two receiving touchdowns in the season-opening win, took the opening kickoff 103 yards for a score. What a start for Baltimore!

Super Bowl hopefuls look for first win

Of the four teams that captured the conference championship last season, the Chiefs were the only ones to come away with a win in Week 1. Each conference’s No. 1 seed also dropped its first game.

All of these teams (Rams, Bengals, 49ers, Packers, Titans) will forget their opening results and start playing like clubs that entered the season with high expectations. And aside from the Titans, who are double-digit underdogs to the Bills on “Monday Night Football,” they have favorable matchups to get back on track. (Teams are favored by an average of more than nine points in Week 2.)

Win this week and their respective fanbases can take a deep breath after a worrying start. But lose as more than a touchdown favorite to fall to 0-2, and there will be plenty of questions for coaches and players about what went wrong.

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