NFL results, schedule, and week three live updates: Colts shock chiefs with last-minute TD, sealing the game INT

It’s Week 3 of the 2022 NFL season, and we’re keeping you updated with all the action and the biggest happenings throughout the day. The week three slate has some great matches and storylines, and we’re here to help you watch them unfold. Check back often to find out everything you need to know.

week 3 schedule


Steelers in Brown8:15 p.m. ET (Gametracker)


crows 37, patriots 26 (a summary)
the Eagles 24, leaders 8 (a summary)
dolphins 21, Invoices (a summary)
Bengals 27, Planes12 (a summary)
Vikings 28, black 24 (a summary)
bear 23, Texas 20 (a summary)
ponies 20, heads 17, 1 p.m. ET (a summary)
titans 24, Raiders 22 (a summary)
leopards 22, saints 14 (a summary)
Jaguar in chargers4:05 p.m. ET (preview)
hawks in Seahawks4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
Packers in pirate4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
rams in basics4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
49ers in Bronco8:20 p.m. ET (preview)


Cowboys in giants8:15 p.m. ET (preview)

Dolphins 3-0!

Who would have thought! Even after abandoning safety late and letting the Bills reach the 41-yard line, the Dolphins ended up winning after the Bills were unable to gain altitude before time was up. Miami is the legitimate competitor in the AFC.

Vikings are ahead!

The Viking Lions spotted a 14-point lead, quickly erased that, and then dropped 24-14 to enter the fourth quarter. However, when you play with Lions, you will never get out of it. After Austin Seibert missed a field goal from 54 yards with about 75 seconds to play, Kirk Cousins ​​orchestrated a game-winning drive that lasered to KJ Osborne’s line for a 28-yard score. And as the Lions made it to midfield trying to steal the match in the last seconds, all hope was lost when Josh Metellus went down with the interception.

Seal INT!

Just when it looked like the Colts would drop to 0-3 this season, they saved their season by shocking Kansas City with a last-minute touchdown and then sealing in the surprise with an interception from Rodney McLeod.

Ponies go ahead

The presidents’ many mistakes gave many opportunities to the ponies. With the game on the line, Matt Ryan delivered it. Gilani found Woods for a 12-yard drop with less than 30 seconds to play to give Indianapolis the unlikely lead.

Roquan Smith INT – FG Award Winner!

The Bears are so grateful they were able to keep Roquan Smith after his contract placement led to him ordering a trade. Smith made one of the biggest plays of the season, as his interception led to Chicago’s goal-winning game against Cairo Santos as time was up.

Mac Jones with two wits

McJones’s rushing ability today? Impressive, especially to him. His bravery in traffic? Not much. While thrown for over 250 yards, he threw two interceptions, the last of which was fatal to the Patriots trying to take the lead. Instead, Marlon chose Humphrey Jones in the end zone to stop a massive campaign for New England.

Bobbing behind the defense

With distances of 32 and 45 yards, Jaylen Waddle set up the Dolphins with a golden opportunity to take the lead in the fourth quarter. Miami did not miss the opportunity. Chase Edmonds’ quick three-yard result put his team ahead.

INT . end zone

When trying to avoid the 0-3 start, here’s a tip: Don’t throw in the red zone interceptions. Not so cool Derek Carr is here with 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 played when his side needed it early in the fourth quarter. Well, actually, it was Laviska Shenault Jr. He did all the work, catching the ball behind the line of scrimmage before attacking one defender, cutting in the face of the other and then hitting the left side to score 67 yards.

Lamar deal again

Make that 10 touchdowns in less than three games for Lamar Jackson, who will get paid this season if he keeps playing this way. He needs to give a lot of credit to Devin Duvernay in the latest score, as the wide receiver caught a nice jump in the corner of the end zone.

Herbert breaks free

Khalil Herbert, selected in the sixth inning in 2021, had one game from 100 yards in 19 attempts to enter Sunday’s game against Texas. He hit 119 in the middle of the quarter, a lot of which came after David Montgomery left the game with an ankle/knee injury. Herbert put Chicago on the edge of the red zone by cutting 52 yards, and then rewarded a few more times by scoring for the second time in the game.

Defonta Smith cooking

Defense Leaders has no zero answer for sophomore DeVonta Smith. He had seven receptions for 156 yards and a touchdown…in the first half! It was all Eagles first 30 minutes.

FG banned!

It was all panthers in the first half. Even when the Saints finally maintain a lead and attempt a short field goal, they are blocked. How about Carolina shuts down New Orleans in the first half? I don’t see that coming.

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

Lamar for Andrews x2

Mark Andrews got off to a great start in 2022. He was brilliant in the first half of Sunday, catching a pair of touchdowns from Lamar Jackson to give the Ravens the edge at halftime.

Mac Jones… the result of a rush?

Who said McJones can’t move (when necessary). With a pocket collapse in second and a goal, the sophomore quarterback saw an opening and captured it, entering the end zone from three yards.

TD’s first career

Texans seem to have had a steal in running back Dameon Pierce, the fourth-round rookie from Florida. After a quiet debut in the NFL, Pierce rushed for 69 yards last week and already has 66 yards in Week 3 to line up with his first career score.

Eagles swallow Wentz

Over 19 minutes into the game, Carson Wentz completed only two passes. Meanwhile, Eagles’ defense has brought down the former quarterback five times. The fifth takedown, courtesy of Brandon Graham, resulted in a falter that led to Philadelphia’s first score—22 yards from the field and a catch from Galen Hurts to Dallas Guedert.

terrier to boyd

When Tyler Boyd caught Joe Borough’s pass in a routine slash, the two Gates defenders bumped into each other as Boyd smoothed away. From there, Boyd outscored the rest of the defense by 56 yards. Finally, the Bengals offense began to surface in the third week.

Fishing or not fishing?

It was a grab for Devonta Smith for a 45-yard gain late in the first quarter. But upon further review, Smith does not appear to have fallen off his left foot. It didn’t matter, because captains coach Ron Rivera threw the challenge flag too late. Fortunately, the defense saved their coach by grabbing Philadelphia with a field goal.

Scoop and score!

In one second, Alvin Camara was trying to find a cut lane. Next time, Marquis Hayes was running the other way after a nice bar from Frankie Lofo. With nothing in front of him but green grass, Hayes rushed 44 yards down to open the scoring.

Eight in a row!

This is the number of consecutive games that a loaded Buffalo Bills game has scored in the unlocking engine landing. It wasn’t a great start for Dolphins, who gave up a 10-play and 75-yard possession that ended with Josh Allen finding Devin Singletary on a two-yard aggregate.

Titans attack first

The Titans moved right down the field for the opening drive-through against the Bills on Monday night – and then proceeded to do nothing else in the 41-7 defeat. Tennessee hopes that won’t be the case again on Sunday after running 12 plays and 75 yards to score—courtesy of Jeff Swim.

Moore fails to punct

What a start for the ponies! After three quick games, Indianapolis got a huge bounty when second-round rookie Skye Moore put out a punt deep in the Chiefs. Three plays later, Kansas City saw itself relegated after Matt Ryan’s one-yard pass to rookie Gilani Woods in the third round.

One of the strangest streaks in the NFL

If the Dolphins fell to the Bills on Sunday, the fans had the perfect excuse. They won’t have to blame the loss on quarterback Tua Tagoviloa, Who was exceptional in two matchesAnd they won’t have to put up with the phrase “But the Bills are a Super Bowl favourite!”

do 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 have been 0-9 when the starting quarterback does not have an “o” in his last name. Conversely, they have won 11 in a row against quarterbacks whose last name includes ‘o’. This has been true for 20 straight matches. The last time that didn’t happen was week 16 of the 2020 season, when Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Miracle Achievement Help lift the dolphins above the raiders and signal caller Derek Carr.

So there are dolphin lovers; Looks like you’re headed 2-1 into Week 4. But don’t worry. With the next three matches against the Bengals (Joe Burr).aw), aircraft (potentially still Joe Flacka) and the Vikings (Kirk Causins), the good times should continue in Miami.

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