NFL had fans in only 1 stadium on Sunday

Latest (all time EDT) on Week 1 in the NFL:

6:30 pm

Only one stadium allowed fans to watch action on the NFL’s inaugural Sunday over coronovirus concerns.

He was in Jacksonville, where the Jaguars were allowing 16,800 tickets to be distributed for their game against the Indianapolis Colts. However, only 14,100 fans showed the Jaguars beat the Colts 27-20 and spoiled Phillip River’s start to Indy.

The Chiefs allowed 16,940 fans in their games to opt out of the 2020 season on Thursday night.

Both Monday night games – at MetLife Stadium and Empower Field – will also take place without fans.

While some teams have dismissed spectators for the entire season, many are planning to allow a few thousand fans in upcoming games.

– Arn Stapleton reporting from Denver.


5:30 pm

Alvin Kamara’s touchdown on a 12-yard reception and a 6-yard run on consecutive possessions put the New Orleans Saints ahead 14-7 from Tampa Bay in the second quarter.

The game features quarterback icons Drew Breeze and Tom Brady, making their debut for Tampa Bay after 20 years and six Super Bowl rings in New England.

Kamara’s second TD came after Brady was interrupted by safety Marcus Williams.

Shortly afterwards, Drew Breeze’s 33-yard pass to Emanuel Sanders drew a pass interference call to set up the room’s scoring run.

Kamra’s multiple touchdown games come a day after he signed a five-year extension of up to $ 75 million.

Brady’s blocking came on Tampa Bay’s third series. Brady made his book debut with an 85-yard scoring drive, which ended with his 2-yard keeper.

Brett Martell reporting from New Orleans.


5:05 PM

Joe Burrow’s first NFL touchdown came on a draw play, which surprised the Warlords.

Barrow ran 23 yards to put the Bengals up 7–0 in the first quarter in Cincinnati.

Barrow was 10 of 6 for 39 yards with a sack. The Bengals are hosting Chargers Without Fans at Paul Brown Stadium.

—Joe reporting from Kay Cincinnati.


4:50 pm

Tom Brady’s first campaign in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform came to a familiar conclusion – after a small quarterback keeper the former Patriots star vigorously stretched the ball into the final zone.

Brady completed two passes for 37 yards and did not throw an incomplete pass during the series that put Tampa Bay ahead 7–0.

Brady’s first pass attempt was tight for OJ Howard, who was intercepted by safety Malcolm Jenkins.

Shortly thereafter, Brady put the Bucs across midfield, 26 yards to the right of Chris Godwin.

When a Brady attempted to hit Mike Evans deep down the left in the New Orleans 16, the Bookers benefited from another pass interference call.

Five running plays later, Brady was celebrating in the end zone.

The second drive to Tampa Bay ended in a punt.

– Brett Martell reporting from New Orleans.


4:45 pm

Tom Brady has scored on a 2-yard keeper for him first touch With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady completed both of his passes for a total of 37 yards and his first run was from 2.. He nailed the ball like Rob Gronkowski when he barreled into the final zone to give the Buccaneers a 7–0 lead over the New Orleans Santas.

Brady joined the Buccaneers this offseason after 20 years and six Super Bowl rings in New England.


4:30 pm

The first Sunday games of the 2020 NFL season are in the books.

The big winners included the Green Bay Packers who survived a 24-point fourth quarter win over Minnesota’s Aaron Rodgers four touchdown passes 43-34.

Cam Newton won his first match with New England, with Miami trailing 21–11 and the Las Vegas Raiders outscoring Newton’s old team 34–30 over the Panthers.

The Beers used a 21–0 fourth quarter to beat the Lions 27–23 when Detroit rookie D’Andre Swift scored the game-winning touchdown pass with six seconds remaining.

In other games:

The Jaguars beat the Colts 27-20, ruining Phillip River’s Indianapolis debut.

Washington beat Philadelphia 27–17, the Bills beat the Jets 27–17 and the Revens defeated the Browns 38–6.

Seattle won 38–25 in Atlanta.

The Super Bowl champion majors started the season with a 34–20 win over Texas on Thursday night.

Tom Brady’s Buccaneers have four more games today, including Tampa Bay in New Orleans. The Giants and Broncos play at home on the opening weekend last night.

– Arn Stapleton Reporting from Denver.


3:55 PM

The NFL and DISH Network have signed a new cart agreement that restores Dish TV and Sling TV to the NFL Network and NFL Redzone.

The agreement was announced as soon as the EDT game started at 1 pm on Sunday afternoon. The channels were removed in June.


3:45 PM

The New York Jets running back on Le’Veon Bell are thought to be doubtful due to a hamstring injury the team announced in the fourth quarter of their game at the Buffalo Bills.

Bell is limited to six carries for 14 yards and two catches for 32 yards.


3:30 pm

The Buffalo Bills are two starting linebacks in which Tremaine Edmonds is treated on the sideline with a right shoulder injury.

Edmonds was hurt in an effort to deal with Jets receiver Jamison Crowder on 69 yards of touchdown catch and run. Edmunds first went to Croder with a right shoulder, which bounced from the tackle and zipped the right sideline with a screen pass. A touchdown, with 5:10 left in the third quarter, extended Buffalo’s lead to 21-10.

Bill viewed Edmunds’ return as suspicious.

The Buffalo is already starting with outside linebacker Matt Milano, who was ruled out in the second quarter due to a hamstring injury.

– John Wave’s report from Buffalo.


3:05 pm

The long-awaited debut of some NFL players did not last long when the weekend opened.

Lions linebacker Jamie Collins was ejected against Byers at first half-time when he approached an official.

And many players have left their games with injuries.

Among them is the Packers tackle Nose Kenny Clarke (waist) and guard Lucas Patrick (shoulder), who were hurt in Minnesota.

Buffalo Bills starting linebacker Matt Milano has been ruled out of play against the New York Jets due to an injury in the second half. In the second quarter, Milano leaped into the middle zone near Sam Darnold.

The Colts running back Marlon Mack left the game in Jacksonville with an ankle injury and was eliminated.


2:35 pm

James Robinson made NFL history with the Jacksonville Jaguars today.

Robinson ran 10 times for 61 yards in the first half against Indianapolis, breaking the previous mark of 44 yards in the season’s openers race of the season.

Ralph Nelson of Washington was last held for rushing yards in Week 1 by an unruly rogue, gaining 44 yards on September 21, 1975 against New Orleans.

Robinson became the first indirect rogue to walk back in 30 years to start the week. Many indirect rogue fullbacks have started openers over the years.

But feat is very rare for a tailor.

Tampa Bay’s Bruce Perkins and Seattle’s Derek Lowville were the last to do it, receiving the Week 1 nugget in 1990.

The Colts lead the Jaguars during 17-14 halftime.

– Merck Long reporting from Jacksonville.


At 2:15

Detroit Lions linebacker Jamie Collins has been ruled out in the second quarter against Chicago after contacting an official with his helmet.

It did not look like an offensive gesture – Collins was trying to do something that happened on the field – but the result was that Collins made contact with the officer’s chest.

-Noah Tristar Reporting from Detroit.


1:50 PM

The Seahawks and the Falcons both honored the late US Rep. John Lewis, an icon of the civil rights movement who died in July after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

The Falcons and Seahawks wore white arches from the late Georgia Democratic Congress early and featuring each team’s logo.

The Falcons also wore shirts with an excerpt from Lewis on the front and the team’s Rise Up and Vote logo during the pregame warmup. Quote from Lewis: “Vote is the most powerful, non-violent change agent in a democratic society.”

In a statement released by the team, defensive end Steven Means said, “We are taking this moment and making it as a movement, not only as a race, a community or a team, but a As a nation, … it’s time to get up, get up and vote. ”

The Falcons honored Lewis as an honorary captain for the game.

– Paul Newberry reporting from Atlanta.


1:35 pm

Players and coaches kicked off the 2020 season differently when social justice messages arrived. Some knelt down. Some were standing. Some people did not come for the national anthem.

The Minnesota Vikings locked arms for a performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” in the zone at the end of the half-hour before their game against Green Bay, recognizing the late George Floyd’s nine family members from their video board Was received. Perch in the upper pact.

The group consisted of Floyd’s three brothers and a sister, a dead black man killed about three miles from the stadium on May 25, when a white police officer held his knee against Floyd’s neck for about eight minutes. Pressed.

In Detroit, the Lions were on the goal line shoulder to shoulder and Beers faced them as they stood about 80 yards away. After a moment’s silence, the videocards showed Alicia Keys singing “lift every voice”.

In Jacksonville, Colts coach Frank Reich knelt during the national anthem, the only one on the sideline to do so. The Jaguars were in the locker room.

Neither the Bills or the Jets were on the field at Buffalo for the “Star Spangled Banner”.

In Cleveland, the Browns star Defensive and Miles Garrett, one of three Cleveland players who knelt during the anthem at Baltimore. Baker Mayfield announced on Twitter yesterday that he had changed plans and stood by.

– Campbell Reporting from Minneapolis.


1 PM


It is here! The 2020 NFL season underwent a strange test with 14 matches today, with teams learning their playbook through videoconference and playing no preseason games.

Some stadiums are empty, others have fans but mostly empty seats due to the coronovirus epidemic.

Players and coaches have been tested daily for COVID-19, a novel coronavirus-causing disease.

Teams are planning to part ways to take a stand against racial injustice after a summer of protests around the world following the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

Some players knelt during the national anthem like Colin Kaepernick did years ago when he began to pay attention to social injustice.

Washington players and Philadelphia Eagles members teamed up to form an oval before their game.

– Arn Stapleton reporting from Denver ..


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