CFL Week Three

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The Bucs win big over Detroit this week to move into the Top Five! We had some more upsets, close games, and blowouts. Lets take a look where teams stand.
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1

Cleveland Browns (2 - 0)

Browns are on an absolute tear to start the season. Following their 44-0 shutout against Carolina, they went out an dismantled Oakland 47-3.

2

New England Patriots (2 - 0)

The Patriots nab another slim victory, this time over the Bills 17-13. Another big game coming up against the Titans.

3 1

Pittsburgh Steelers (2 - 0)

Pittsburgh lit up the Kansas City defense for 40 points. Simultaneously, the Steelers shutout the Chiefs offense while also scoring 3 times themselves.

4 1

Seattle Seahawks (2 - 0)

Seattle grinded out the win against division rival Arizona, 12-10. It took 4 FG's and all 193 rushing yards to move to 2-0 on the season.

5 5

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2 - 0)

Tampa Bay squeaked out the upset victory over the Detroit Lions 26-23. Doug Martin had 116 yards on 33 carries with a TD.

6 3

Detroit Lions (1 - 1)

Detroit fell to the Bucs 23-26. Stafford threw an unprecedented 5 INTs in this one.

7 1

New Orleans Saints (2 - 0)

The Saints edge out the win over the talented Atlanta Falcons 17-16. They have a big test coming up with a game at Cleveland.

8 1

Denver Broncos (2 - 0)

The Broncos win big against Houston, 46-11. Malik Stephens continues his hot start to the season with 3 more passing touchdowns.

9 2

Baltimore Ravens (2 - 0)

The Ravens, led by Sam Bradford, got the win against division foe Bengals, 26-17. Can Bradford stay healthy and continue his successful campaign in Baltimore?

10 2

Tennessee Titans (2 - 0)

The Titans win a big one over divison rival Colts 42-14. Murray and Henry dominate the ground as Mariota looked good under center.

11 5

Philadelphia Eagles (0 - 2)

Sim Loss for Eagles. Where's E?

12 2

Miami Dolphins (1 - 1)

Miami bounces back against the Chargers, 22-8. Jay Ajayi rushes for 103 yards and a touchdown on the day.

13 3

San Francisco 49ers (1 - 1)

The 49ers get another win, this time over the Rams, 44-24. Led by two defensive touchdowns, the rookie QB Luke Otto also contributed 2 passing touchdown of his own.

14 7

Dallas Cowboys (0 - 2)

The Cowboys drop their second straight game, this time to the Panthers, 17-20. While Prescott limited his INTs, Zeke wasn't able to get anything going on the ground.

15 2

Indianapolis Colts (1 - 1)

The Colts lost to division rival Titans, 12-42. Games like these are vital to making the playoffs. We'll see if Indy can bounce back.

16 3

Chicago Bears (1 - 1)

The Bears defense locked things down in the win against division rival Vikings, 28-5. 4 INTs, less than 100 yards passing, and fewer than 70 rushing yards shut down the Minnesota offense big time.

17 1

Arizona Cardinals (1 - 1)

The Cardinals lost a close one to the Seahawks, 10-12. Arizona needs to establish the run if they want any chance at winning games. They have a big test coming up with San Francisco.

18 3

Buffalo Bills (0 - 2)

Arguably the best 0-2 team in the league, the Bills fell to the Patriots, 13-17. Tyrod and Shady struggled to get going in this one against a stout Pats defense.

19 2

Houston Texans (0 - 2)

The Texans lost big against the Broncos,11-46. Watson reverted back to last seasons form a bit with his 5 INTs and passing 16/39 on the day.

20 5

Kansas City Chiefs (0 - 2)

The Chiefs uncharacteristically lost this week to the Steelers, 0-40. Maholmes struggled immensely with only 80 yards passing and 3 INTs.

21 8

Carolina Panthers (1 - 1)

The Panthers turned things around with a huge win against the Cowboys, 20-17. McCaffrey ran for 130 yards and 2 TDs in this one.

22 2

New York Jets (1 - 1)

After a week one statement, the Jets were cooled off by the Packers after losing, 21-44. The Jets defense struggled to cover Jordy Nelson who had 191 receiving yards and a touchdown.

23 7

Green Bay Packers (1 - 1)

The Packers looked solid this week, beating the Jets 44-21. The Rodgers-Nelson connection was firing on all cylinders in this one. 191 out of 271 yards were to Nelson and the sole passing touchdown on the day was also to Nelson.

24 2

Los Angeles Chargers (0 - 2)

The Chargers lose Phillip Rivers for the second time in as many weeks. Rookie Sykes was unable to lead the team to victory over the Dolphins as they fell, 8-22.

25 2

Washington Redskins (1 - 1)

The Redskins are carried by their two defensive touchdowns this week as they beat the Jags 34-14.

26 3

Minnesota Vikings (1 - 1)

After a good first outing, Teddy Bridgewater showed he still has some rust to shake off after only throwing for 80 yards and 4 INTs. The Vikings went on to lose to division rival Bears, 5-28.

27 1

Los Angeles Rams (0 - 2)

Case Keenum and co. struggled against a stingy 49ers defense as they went on to lose 24-44.

28 4

Jacksonville Jaguars (1 - 1)

Rookie QB Tuten throws 4 INTs (2 for TDs) in the 14-34 loss to the Washington Redskins.

29 1

Atlanta Falcons (0 - 2)

The Falcons fell to the Saints 16-17 in an absolute thriller. While Tevin Coleman lit up the ground game, Matt Ryan struggled to throw the ball.

30 1

Cincinnati Bengals (1 - 1)

The Bengals fell to the Ravens 17-26 as Andy Dalton throws 3 picks.

31 1

New York Giants (1 - 1)

Sim win for the Giants.

32 7

Oakland Raiders (0 - 2)

The Raiders have scored just 6 points in two weeks while they have given up a total of 72 points. Can the Raiders turn things around after their recent 3-47 loss to the Cleveland Browns?

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