Jamal Agnew burns Giants with 88-yard punt return

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They have more than one established star.

"Feels great, 'Monday Night Football, '" Ansah said. Rushing 17 times for 82 yards (5.1 YPC), he was able to relieve Stafford of throwing the ball too much. The Falcons are not the Cardinals or Giants offensively. "Still just that last little bit to gain, but it will come, you know", he said. And after two games, it looks as though they will miss the postseason altogether, barring a dramatic turnaround. Darius Slay and Whitehead led the Lions with eight tackles.

Manning hasn't gotten a lot of help. No receiver had a standout game and Eli Manning didn't shine under the Monday Night Football lights. "New game on Sunday". In order for the receiving corp to gel, Beckham needs to return fully healthy and bring back the x-factor this team is so desperately missing.

Agnew showed his athleticism catching a low punt from Brad Wing and then quickly broke multiple tackles and even spun free from another defender to race up the left side for a score.

The Los Angeles Rams selected Robinson with the second overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, but gave up on him after a league-high 35 penalties in three seasons.

An upbeat Beckham briefly chatted and shook hands with head coach Ben McAdoo in the end zone.

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"I've said from the beginning of the season, this is the most talented team we've had on paper", said Justin Pugh, who switched from left guard to right tackle when Bobby Hart aggravated his ankle injury.

- Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 19, 2017I wouldn't trust Ereck Flowers to hold a door open for me at this point. "I expect us to get the ball snapped", he said. "That makes it a challenge".

For the 54th consecutive game, the Detroit Lions did not have a 100-yard rusher in a game. That second one is somewhat inseparable from the first, but it's a fundamental problem that infects everything else, and I don't know how or if it's curable. And not just on one play, but on every snap.

Flowers has had a brutal start to his third season and was mostly non-competitive matched up with Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah, yielding three of Detroit's five sacks of Manning as well as a quarterback hurry. He was the worst. They appeared comfortable. They never seemed panicked or rattled and gave the impression they were comfortable and in control. We can run the ball better. They can't pass protect. And Eli is always one snap from having his body snapped in half. The Giants don't have a run game worth planning for, so they are relying on Manning to throw them out of situations. Brett Jones was called for holding. Why didn't he call a timeout? Flowers is going to have to play better if Manning is going to have any chance to get the ball down field consistently.

The head coach was discussing a delay of game penalty by the offense deep in the redzone, before going on a brief rant about "sloppy quarterback play" from his veteran under center.

This has an effect on the defense, as they are continuously on the field and that leads to fatigue and mental mistakes.

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