Published: September 20th, 2011 | Tags: Andy Reid, Atlanta Falcons, Blaine Gabbert, Dallas Cowboys, First and 10, Floyd Mayweather, Jesse Holley, Michael Vick, New York Giants, Nick Collins, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Victor Ortiz,
If you missed Sunday’s three most dramatic games, or if you just want to watch them again, tune into NFL Network beginning Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET for a replay of the hard-hitting Eagles-Falcons clash, followed at 9:30 p.m. ET by the Cowboys’ emotional overtime win in San Francisco, and continuing Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET with the Bills’ wild comeback against the Raiders in Buffalo, where quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was wired for sound by NFL Films.
Here’s what else is on tap for Tuesday:
- The New York Giants capitalized on a few costly mistakes and overcame 331 passing yards from Rams quarterback Sam Bradford Monday night in a battle of two teams hit hard by early-season injuries.
- Pro Bowl safety Nick Collins of the Super Bowl-champion Green Bay Packers was ruled out for the season Monday after suffering a frightening neck injury in Sunday’s victory at Carolina.
- Broadcasters from NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” apologized to Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid for not getting him an instant replay fast enough to challenge an interception in Sunday’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
- Unheralded Jesse Holley might have saved the Cowboys’ season on Sunday, but the guy who earned his way on the team through a reality TV show still can’t believe it.
- Among Jason La Canfora‘s observations from Week 2: Chris Johnson doesn’t look like himself, not enough is being made of Cam Newton‘s phenomenal performances, and the Bears offensive line is in trouble.
- Mike Mayock believes the decision that Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio faces in choosing between veteran Luke McCown or rookie Blaine Gabbert as starting QB isn’t a decision at all.
- Luke McCown, Tarvaris Jackson and Kerry Collins all had lackluster performances in the past two weeks. Which QB will lose his starting job, and which coach will feel the heat? Watch “NFL Total Access” to find out.
- Detroit’s leading receiver through two games, Nate Burleson, talks to NFl Network’s “Around the League” about the benefits of playing with Calvin Johnson and why Matthew Stafford is one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL.
- In his latest Pick Six, Adam Rank says Victor Ortiz wasn’t the only one who got knocked out last weekend: Michael Vick, the Chargers’ aspirations of being an elite NFL team, and the assumptions about Ivy League quarterbacks also took a beating.
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