The NFL is in their red era
- And while Taylor won’t be making a Super Bowl halftime show appearance this season, there are plenty of other Week 3 NFL highlights to get hyped for.
He’s got the magic in him: Back on the gridiron, Kansas City quarterback (QB) Patrick Mahomes made history, becoming the fastest QB to throw for 25K yards, reaching the milestone in just 83 games. No pressure, no diamonds.
Feeling hot, hot, hot: The Miami Dolphins’ offense is too legit to quit — the undefeated Fins put on an offensive clinic in yesterday’s dominant 70–20 dub over the Denver Broncos, tallying the most points in an NFL game since 1966.
Winless no more: The Arizona Cardinals emphatically slotted one in the win column yesterday, knocking off the seemingly invincible Dallas Cowboys 28–16 as QB Josh Dobbs threw for 189 yards and ran for 55 more in the upset dub.
- Other squads snagging their first victories of the season? The New England Patriots (15–10 over the NY Jets), LA Chargers (28–24 over the Minnesota Vikings), and Houston Texans (37–17 over the Jacksonville Jaguars). Onward and upward.
Looking ahead: Week 3 isn’t even over yet, with two Monday Night Football games on the docket. The Philadelphia Eagles are heading due south to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 7:15 p.m. ET in a battle of undefeated squads.
- Then, the still winless Cincinnati Bengals — who could be without injured superstar QB Joe Burrow — host the LA Rams at 8:15 p.m. ET. No case of the Mondays here.