NFL scores, schedule, Week 3 live updates: Ravens’ Lamar Jackson throws at least 3 TDs for 3rd straight game – CBS Sports

NFL scores, schedule, Week 3 live updates: Ravens' Lamar Jackson throws at least 3 TDs for 3rd straight game - CBS Sports

It’s Week 3 of the 2022 NFL season, and we’re keeping you updated on all the action and biggest storylines throughout the day. The Week 3 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.

Week 3 schedule

Thursday

Steelers at Browns8:15 pm ET (Game tracker)

sunday

Crows at Patriots1 pm ET (Game tracker)
Invoices at Dolphins1 pm ET (Game tracker)
Bengals at Jets1 pm ET (Game tracker)
lions at vikings1 pm ET (Game tracker)
Texans at Bears1 pm ET (Game tracker)
bosses at foals1 pm ET (Game tracker)
raiders at Titans1 pm ET (Game tracker)
saints at Panthers1 pm ET (Game tracker)
Eagles at Commanders1 pm ET (Game tracker)
Jaguars at Chargers4:05 pm ET (Preview)
Falcons at Seahawks4:25 pm ET (Preview)
packers at pirates4:25 pm ET (Preview)
Rams at Cardinals4:25 pm ET (Preview)
49ers at Broncos8:20 pm ET (Preview)

monday

cowboys at Giants8:15 pm ET (Preview)

End Zone INT

When trying to avoid an 0-3 start, here’s a tip: Don’t throw red zone interceptions. Not great from Derek Carr here with the Raiders trying to erase a double digit deficit.

Baker goes DEEP

It’s been a rough start to the 2022 season for Baker Mayfield, but the former Browns quarterback made a play when his team needed it early in the fourth quarter. Well, actually, it was Laviska Shenault Jr. who did all the work, catching the ball behind the line of scrimmage before juking one defender, cutting across the face of another and then streaking down the left sideline for a 67-yard score.

Lamar deals again

Make those 10 passing touchdowns in less than three games for Lamar Jackson, who will be PAID this offseason if he keeps playing like this. He has to give a lot of credit to Devin Duvernay for the latest score, as the wide receiver made a nice leaping catch in the corner of the end zone.

Herbert breaks free

Khalil Herbert, a sixth-round pick in 2021, had one 100-yard game in 19 attempts entering Sunday’s game against the Texans. He’s up to 119 midway through the fourth, many of which came after David Montgomery left the game with an ankle/knee injury. Herbert set Chicago up on the edge of the red zone by breaking off a 52-yard run, and he was rewarded a few plays later by scoring his second touchdown of the game.

Devonta Smith COOKING

The Commanders defense has zero answer for second-year wideout Devonta Smith. He has seven receptions for 156 yards and a touchdown… IN THE FIRST HALF! It was ALL Eagles the first 30 minutes.

Blocked FG!

It was ALL Panthers in the first half. Even when the Saints finally go on a drive and attempt a short field goal, it’s blocked. How about Carolina shutting out New Orleans in the first half? Didn’t see that coming.

Offseason acquisition AJ Brown has been great for the Eagles the first two weeks, and it was more of the same in the first half against Washington. Three receptions, 60 yards and his first touchdown since arriving in Philadelphia.

Lamar to Andrews x2

Reigning first-team All-Pro Mark Andrews is off to a great start in 2022. He was fantastic in the first half Sunday, catching a pair of touchdowns from Lamar Jackson to give the Ravens a halftime advantage.

Mac Jones… a quick score?

Who said Mac Jones can’t move (when needed). With the pocket collapsing on second-and-goal, the second-year quarterback saw an opening and took it, waltzing into the end zone from three yards out.

First career TD

The Texans appeared to have gotten a steal in running back Dameon Pierce, a fourth-round rookie out of Florida. After a quiet NFL debut, Pierce rushed for 69 yards last week and already has 66 in Week 3 to go along with his first career score.

Eagles gobbling up Wentz

Over 19 minutes into the game, Carson Wentz completed just two passes. The Eagles defense, meanwhile, dropped their former quarterback FIVE TIMES. The fifth sack, courtesy of Brandon Graham, resulted in a fumble that led to Philadelphia’s first score — a 22-yard pitch and catch from Jalen Hurts to Dallas Goedert.

Burrow to Boyd

As Tyler Boyd caught a Joe Burrow pass on a routine slant, two Jets defenders ran into each other as the slick Boyd spun away. From there, Boyd outruns the rest of the defense for a 56-yard score. The Bengals’ offense is finally coming back to life in Week 3.

Catch or no catch?

It was over the top by Devonta Smith for a 45-yard gain late in the first quarter. But upon further review, it didn’t look like Smith lowered his left foot. It didn’t matter, as Commanders coach Ron Rivera threw the challenge flag too late. Fortunately, the defense bailed out their coach by holding Philadelphia to a field goal.

Scoop and score!

One second, Alvin Kamara tried to find a cutting back lane. The next, Marquis Hayes ran free the other way after a nice strip by Frankie Luvu. With nothing but green grass in front of him, Hayes rumbled 44 yards for a touchdown to open the scoring.

Eight straight!

That’s how many games in a row the loaded Buffalo Bills have scored a touchdown on an opening drive. Not a great start for the Dolphins, who gave up a 10-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Josh Allen finding Devin Singletary for the two-yard score.

Titans strike first

The Titans moved right down the field for an opening-drive touchdown against the Bills on Monday night — then proceeded to do nothing else in a 41-7 rout. Tennessee hopes that’s not the case again Sunday after going 12 plays and 75 yards for the score — courtesy of Geoff Swaim.

Moore muffs the punt

What a start for the Colts! After a quick three-and-out, Indianapolis got a massive gift when second-round rookie Skyy Moore muffed the punt deep in Chiefs territory. Three plays later, Kansas City found itself down a touchdown after Matt Ryan’s one-yard touchdown pass to third-round rookie Jelani Woods.

One of the strangest streaks in the NFL

If the Dolphins fall to the Bills on Sunday, fans have the perfect excuse. They won’t have to blame the loss on quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who has been exceptional through two gamesand they won’t have to stomach uttering the phrase “but the Bills are the Super Bowl favorites!”

You know why? Because Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen doesn’t have an “o” in his last name. This is it.

Since the start of the 2021 calendar year, the Dolphins are 0-9 when the opposing quarterback doesn’t have an “o” in his last name. Conversely, they’ve won 11 straight against quarterbacks whose last name includes an “o.” This is valid for 20 STRAIGHT GAMES. The last time it didn’t happen was Week 16 of the 2020 season, when Ryan Fitzpatrick’s miraculous completion helped lift the Dolphins over the Raiders and signal-caller Derek Carr.

So there you have it Dolphins fans; looks like you’ll be 2-1 going into Week 4. But don’t worry. With the next three games against the Bengals (Joe Burrohw), Jets (maybe still Joe Flaccoh) and Vikings (Kirk Cohusins), the good times should keep rolling in Miami.

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