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Arians: It's disappointing to lose at home

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he is disappointed in the team's discipline during the second half of the 24-22 loss to the Rams. "You’re not going to win very many games kicking field goals in the red zone and losing the turnover battle, especially in our division."


Cowboys (2-1) at Saints (0-3), 8:30 p.m. ET

The last time the Saints played at home against the Cowboys was in Week 10 of 2013 -- also on a Sunday night -- and they set a record with 40 1st downs in a 49-17 victory. But the 2015 Saints are a much different team and look to avoid their first 0-4 start since 2012. The Cowboys, on the other hand, go for a ninth straight NFC road win. Follow live


Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints QB Drew Brees is two TD passes shy of 400 for his career. He can become fifth QB in NFL history to reach that milestone, along with Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Dan Marino and Tom Brady (who just hit 400 last week). ... Brees also needs 9 completions to reach 5,000 (third in NFL history).

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Jairus Byrd, Keenan Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe announced with starters as they all make their 2015 debut for Saints tonight. Could all be limited somewhat, though.

Kubiak thinks Broncos are improving

"We improved today offensively running the ball. We’re putting together some big drives at the right time. We’re finding a way as a team," Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said of their 23-20 win over the Vikings.


Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I'm on to the next play." - Colin Kaepernick, saying he did not notice Clay Matthews "Kaepernicking" after a sack, that is, kissing his own biceps.

49ers couldn't keep Pack from Kaepernick

The Packers defense was all over 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick on Sunday, hitting him 7 times and sacking him a total of 6. Kaepernick finished with just 160 yards passing and a QB Rating of 55.4.


Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers on the 17-3 win over the 49ers: "It was a grind out there. Our defense played incredible."

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

BRONCOS 23, VIKINGS 20 (FINAL): In what was both an impressive comeback and a missed opportunity, the Vikings' struggles protecting Teddy Bridgewater loomed large. Bridgewater was sacked seven times in the loss, including two on the Vikings' final drive, and his impressive second half (13 of 15 for 131 yards) went for naught.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

RAMS 24, CARDINALS 22 (FINAL): Just when the Rams needed the offense to pick up the slack, their slumbering run game came to life behind rookie RB Todd Gurley and WR Tavon Austin. Combined with a defense that held the Cardinals to field goals instead of touchdowns five times and came up with three takeaways, the Rams improved to 2-2 and 2-0 in the NFC West division.

Twice is nice for San Diego kicker

Chargers kicker Josh Lambo missed the game-winning FG vs. the Browns, but got a second try thanks to an offsides penalty. He nailed the second attempt, beating the Browns 30-27.


Final: Chargers 30, Browns 27

  • SD WR K. Allen: 4 rec, 72 yds, TD
  • SD QB Rivers: 358 pass yds, 3 TD
  • CLE QB McCown: 356 pass yds, 2 TD
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Broncos hold off Vikings

The Broncos remained perfect in a back-and-forth game vs. the Vikings, that ended up 23-20 thanks in large part to help from the defense. Denver kept the pressure on Teddy Bridgewater all day, sacking him 7 times. Box score

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Won't even go into that discussion. Not on my mind." - Jim Tomsula, when asked if he would consider a quarterback switch.

Cardinals can't stay perfect vs. Rams

Arizona was upset vs. the Rams, 24-22 thanks to a big game on the ground from rookie Todd Gurley, who scampered for 146 yards on 19 carries. Carson Palmer threw for 351 yards, but just 1 TD and also 1 INT. The Cardinals drop to 3-1 while the Rams improve to 2-2. Box score


Final: Green Bay 17, 49ers 3

  • GB RB Lacy: 18 carries, 90 yds
  • GB QB Rodgers: 224 pass yds, TD, 33 rush yds
  • SF QB Kaepernick: 10 carries, 57 yds
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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 17, 49ERS 3 (Final): A game first-half effort by the Niners disintegrated after halftime as the Packers simply wore them down. How dispiriting was it? Niners fans booed quarterback Colin Kaepernick, as well as rookie punter Bradley Pinion...when Green Bay fans weren't chanting, Go, Pack, Go. The 49ers fall to 1-3.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

It may be hard to read, but as the sun goes down in Cincinnati, there's still a piece of paper hanging up inside Paul Brown Stadium: "Dear Andy," the banner reads, "keep up the good work." Dalton has Bengals 4-0.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

When the season started Brees vs. Romo was the matchup. At the start of the week Brees was in question. This sign seems to sum up some feelings of Cowboys fans.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys inactives - Matt Cassel, Lucky Whitehead, Dez Bryant, Randy Gregory, La'el Collins, Ryan Russell, Geoff Swaim

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 17, 49ERS 3 (Final): The Packers are 4-0 for the first time since 2011, when they started 13-0 on the way to a 15-1 regular season. A strong defensive performance features six sacks of Colin Kaepernick.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints QB Drew Brees, S Jairus Byrd, CB Keenan Lewis, LB Dannell Ellerbe, DE Cameron Jordan all ACTIVE tonight vs. Cowboys. This will be the 2015 debut for Byrd, Lewis and Ellerbe and the first time Byrd has played since Week 4 of last season. Coach Sean Payton said those defensive players could be on a “pitch count” since they’ve been out for so long.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Inactive for Saints: G Jahri Evans, newly-acquired TE Michael Hoomanawanui, WR Joe Morgan, QB Garrett Grayson, CB Kyle Wilson, DE Obum Gwacham, DT Kaleb Eulls.