Lance will miss the rest of the course due to the fracture he suffered
The Cardinals forced overtime with 16 straight points against Las Vegas
The San Francisco 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in a game in which his quarterback Trey Lance broke his ankle and Jimmy Garoppolo shone as a replacement.
Likewise, Los Angeles Rams bounced back from opening game loss with a long-suffering victory against the Atlanta Falcons.
The summer in San Francisco (USA) was marked by the decision to bet on Lance at quarterback for the new season instead of Garoppolo.
Despite numerous rumors about it, Garoppolo finally stayed in the team and this Sunday he jumped onto the field after Lance injured his ankle in the first quarter and had to go on a stretcher.
After the game, the 49ers announced that Lance will miss the rest of the term. since the fracture he has suffered in his right ankle will require surgery.
With Lance out cold, Garoppolo responded wonderfully and led the 49ers to their first win of the season (7-27 vs. Seahawks) with 154 yards, 13-of-21 passing, one touchdown pass, one rushing touchdown, no interceptions and one sack.
For their part, the Rams, current Super Bowl champions, returned to play at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles (USA) after the painful defeat they suffered last week in the opening game of this new NFL season against the Buffalo Bills (31-10).
With plenty of homework ahead of them, the Rams struck first with an Allen Robinson touchdown in the first quarter and they benefited from a 44-yard field goal missed by Younghoe Koo.
With three new touchdowns in the second and third quarters (two from Cooper Kupp and one from Darrell Henderson Jr.), the Rams seemed to have the victory assured before starting the last quarter (10-28).
But then the Falcons reacted.
Olamide Zaccheaus had a touchdown, Lorenzo Carter had another after blocking a kick by the Rams and carrying the ball himself into the end zone and the Falcons they were within a stone’s throw after a two-point conversion (25-31).
Kupp lost the ball and the Atlanta team had the option to score to win the game, but Jalen Ramsey had a providential interception already in the end zone and with 1:13 left on the clock. sealed a long-suffering victory for the Rams (27-31).
Matthew Stafford finished 27-for-36 passing for 272 yards, he gave up three touchdown passes and had two interceptions.
madness in vegas
One of the most amazing finals of this second week of the NFL was lived in the matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Arizona Cardinals.
The game city team comfortably controlled the game entering the fourth quarter (7-23), but the Cardinals they forced overtime with 16 points in a row (two touchdowns and two two-point conversions).
The fantastic comeback of the Arizonans had an ideal icing on the cake thanks to Byron Murphy, who scored in overtime after going 59 yards after recovering a fumble that sank the Raiders.
For their part, the Cincinnati Bengals, champions of the AFC last year, chained their second consecutive defeat by losing 17-20 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, suffered six sacks (199 yards, 24 of 36 passes and a touchdown pass) while the Cowboys, without the injured Dak Prescott, had Cooper Rush at quarterback (235 yards, 19 of 31 passes and a touchdown pass).
Lastly, the Denver Broncos by Russell Wilson (219 yards on 14-of-31 passing and a touchdown pass) They beat the Houston Texans 9-16.
Week Two Matches:
Thursday 09.15: Chargers 24-27 Chiefs.
Sunday 9/18: Jets 31-30 Browns, Commanders 27-36 Lions, Buccaneers 20-10 Saints, Panthers 16-19 Giants, Patriots 17-14 Steelers, Colts 0-24 Jaguars, Dolphins 42-38 Ravens, Falcons 27-31 Rams , Seahawks 7-27 49ers, Bengals 17-20 Cowboys, Texans 9-16 Broncos, Cardinals 29-23 Raiders and Bears-Packers.
Monday 19.09: Titans-Bills and Vikings-Eagles.