Week 2 of the NFL regular season kicked off Thursday night in Cincinnati as the Bengals hosted their division rivals the Baltimore Ravens.
Stay glued to this page for all of the results from this weekend’s exciting matchups.
The full Week 2 NFL Schedule and scores can be seen below:
Thursday Sept. 13 Baltimore Ravens 23, Cincinnati Bengals 34
Sunday Sept. 16 Indianapolis Colts 21, Washington Redskins 9
Sunday Sept. 16 Houston Texans 17, Tennessee Titans 20
Sunday Sept. 16 Philadelphia Eagles 21, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27
Sunday Sept. 16 Kansas City Chiefs 42, Pittsburgh Steelers 37
Sunday Sept. 16 Carolina Panthers 24, Atlanta Falcons 31
Sunday Sept. 16 Miami Dolphins 20, New York Jets 12
Sunday Sept. 16 Los Angeles Chargers 31, Buffalo Bills 20
Sunday Sept. 16 Minnesota Vikings 29, Green Bay Packers 29 (tie game)
Sunday Sept. 16 Cleveland Browns 18, New Orleans Saints 21
Sunday Sept. 16 Detroit Lions 27, San Francisco 49ers 30
Sunday Sept. 16 Arizona Cardinals 0, Los Angeles Rams 34
Sunday Sept. 16 New England Patriots 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 31
Sunday Sept. 16 Oakland Raiders 19, Denver Broncos 20
Sunday Sept. 16 New York Giants 13, Dallas Cowboys 20
Monday Sept. 17 Seattle Seahawks 17, Chicago Bears 24
By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)
Get the NFL Week 1 Results below.
The NFL’s opening week was highlighted by some surprising road wins by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Jets, as well as an amazing come from behind win courtesy of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
Thursday Sept. 6 Atlanta Falcons 12 vs. Philadelphia Eagles 18
Sunday Sept. 9 Baltimore Ravens 47, Buffalo Bills 3
Sunday Sept. 9 Jacksonville Jaguars 20, New York Giants 15
Sunday Sept. 9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, New Orleans Saints 40
Sunday Sept. 9 New England Patriots 27, Houston Texans 20
Sunday Sept. 9 Minnesota Vikings 24, San Francisco 49ers 16
Sunday Sept. 9 Miami Dolphins 27, Tennessee Titans 20
Sunday Sept. 9 Cincinnati Bengals 34, Indianapolis Colts 23
Sunday Sept. 9 Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Cleveland Browns 21
Sunday Sept. 9 Kansas City Chiefs 38, Los Angeles Chargers 28
Sunday Sept. 9 Denver Broncos 27, Seattle Seahawks 24
Sunday Sept. 9 Carolina Panthers 16, Dallas Cowboys 8
Sunday Sept. 9 Washington Redskins 24, Arizona Cardinals 6
Sunday Sept. 9 Green Bay Packers 24, Chicago Bears 23
Monday Sept. 10 New York Jets 48, Detroit Lions 17
Monday Sept. 10 Los Angeles Rams 33, Oakland Raiders 13
Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov will finally meet inside the octagon!
UFC President Dana White made the announcement this past Friday in Los Angeles.
The current UFC lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, will put his title and undefeated record on the line against former division champion Conor McGregor at UFC 229 on October 6 in Las Vegas.
“The Eagle” was last seen in action at April’s UFC 223 event in Brooklyn where he scored a unanimous decision victory over Al Iaquinta to capture the promotions vacant lightweight title.
Meanwhile, Conor McGregor has not competed inside the octagon since November of 2016 when he defeated Eddie Alvarez via second-round TKO to capture the UFC’s lightweight crown.
McGregor has since been stripped of both his featherweight and lightweight UFC titles due to inactivity.
Who do you think will emerge victorious at UFC 229, Conor or Khabib?
UFC interim welterweight champion Colby Covington was expected to be the next man to challenge Tyron Woodley for the UFC’s undisputed welterweight title.
The promotion wanted Covington and Woodley to settle their heated rivalry in a title unification bout at UFC 228 on September 8.
Unfortunately for fight fans, “Chaos” recently underwent nasal surgery and was thus unable to compete against “The Chosen One” at September’s highly anticipated pay-per-view event in Dallas.
Rather than waiting a coupe of months for Covington to heal, the promotion instead opted to book a welterweight title fight between surging division contender Darren Till and long time champion Tyron Woodley for the main event of UFC 228.
The UFC’s decision definitely raised some eyebrows, but ultimately made sense given the fact that Tyron Woodley has not defended his strap since UFC 214 in July of 2017 when he defeated submission specialist Demian Maia via unanimous decision.
Woodley will enter his fight with Till having gone 5-0-1 over his past six contests.
Meanwhile, Darren Till has gone a perfect 17-0-1 during his mixed martial arts career. Till’s biggest challenge to date has come in the form of the weigh scale. “The Gorilla” has missed the welterweight limit of 171-pounds in two of his past four fights coming in at 174lbs and 176lbs in those aforementioned botched weight cuts.
Till will now have to cut to 170-pounds in order for his championship bout with Woodley to be made official.
The brash UFC interim welterweight champion, Colby Covington, recently commented on the UFC’s official Instagram page where he took shots at both Tyron Woodley and Darren Till.
“This is a fine number 1 contenders fight. Tyquil who hasn’t fought in over a year (and his last fight was the least strikes thrown in UFC history) vs Tillsbury doughboy who needs to prove he can make weight championship weight (and was gifted a decision in his home country last fight)” – Colby Covington
Who are you hoping to see emerge victorious in the UFC 228 main event?