Drew Brees spent a 19-yard landing pass to Michael Thomas to put his first drive, and the New Orleans Saints Jets New York broke 28-13 on Saturday night in East Rutherford, N.J.
Brees did not enter the first two demonstration games of the Saints, but Sean Payton gave this season a preliminary season brief for the 40-year-old season. And, Brees and breezed the initial proportions down the field.
A 25-yard was born by Alvin Kamara for the third time, and James got two players with two subsequent plays of the Saints (2-1) down to 23. On the third and the six, Brees Thomas got in the back corner of the final zone with a ball perfectly over the corner and head Tevaughn Campbell back to town.
Brees completed six of six for 68 yards and was made for the night, along with the rest of the offensive beginners, and replaced by Teddy Bridgewater.
Sam Darnold's night for the Jets (1-2) lasted longer than the fourth quarter in the second quarter, despite the three starting out offensive centers, Ryan Kalil and guards Kelechi Osemele and Brian Winters – sitting out. .
After a bleak start – and Darnold annoying Threy Hendrickson to end the fourth drive – he got things against the backup of the Saints.
On the third and five out of the Jets 40, Darnold took Robby Anderson down the left line for a 41 yard gain. After running two at Montgomery House and a defense call on Terrell Williams Jr who sent the ball at the Saints' two-year line, Darnold spent a pretty nice pass to Montgomery for a house which reduced the Christian deficit to 10-7 by 8: 22 left in the first half.
That's Darnold, who had eight of them for 97 yards and the score. He was replaced by Trevor Siemian, who appears to be green as a reserve of Darnold.
49s 27, Chief Executive 17
San Francisco Jimmy Garoppolo quarterback was great when he returned to Arrowhead Stadium, and Patrick Mahomes, colleague Kansas City, could be even better, as the 49s exceeded the Chiefs in Kansas City, Mo.
Garoppolo was 14 years old in 188 yards while the first half was showing him in a much better exhibition than his first boy against Denver last week. Garoppolo led the 49s in the Chiefs' territory four times, wearing a nice house pass to Matt Breida and getting two goals from Robbie Gould.
It was an exciting night for Garoppolo on the other side: He was able to put his memories on a break from last season, when he put his generation up in Week 3 game in Kansas City.
Mahomes completed eight for 126 yards, highlighting the capture and running of 62-yard for Damien Williams, where the linear commander covered the right at the danger.
Mahomes was so sharp that he was finally tuning in before the regular season that the MVP league ended even incomplete – he was only bounded. The only other thing he had was to drop off at the firm end of Blake Bell's reserve before Andy Reid's coach wore a shadow for Mahomes.
Garoppolo kept his helmet on him, approaching a two-minute drilling that gave the 49s a goal.
The 49s went to the half-time advantage of 13-10 to the reserve reserve of the Chief Executives. Kyle Shurmur went in charge of a 13-play drive, 97-yard which took over most of the third quarter. Byron Pringle convinced him to run a short TD as the second year attempts to make the Principals a broad receiver.
The 49s responded with a 12-play drive. Nick Mullens, who is fighting with C.J Beathard for his backup backup position, led the way and Jeff Wilson Jr. completed it for a TD run.
Wilson put the game away with another house run with 3:41 to go.
Cowboys 34, Texans 0
Deshaun Watson didn't get the longer view he expected against Dallas.
Houston could not be deprived of his quarter quickly enough, especially when Lamar Miller was injured on the second play.
Watson did not return to the second tier after he had fallen twice in three plays. Sacks were not in the first play because of a defensive holding, the second was a result, and the first of four Texans turnover in a demonstration loss for the Cowboys in Arlington, Texas.
Miller was canceled after Maliek Collins tackled the defense as he entered the left foot at the scourge for the figures to be made by Miller but the assumption. The eighth year did not return in the first two exhibitions. There was no immediate update on Miller's status.
Dak Prescott was written and spent a 12 yard landing pass with Michael Gallup playing the first two series for Dallas. Prescott had two in five for 22 yards, his three absences on the first foreground.
Tony Pollard, who was starting back with Ezekiel Elliott, stayed in his extra series, when 20-yard was running at the rookie with 26 yards in six show. One-yard TD was run by Alfred Morris, the main replacement center during his six-year Elliott game suspended two years ago.
Pollard reached almost the final belt through 24 yards running on a screen, but an illegal penalty block was made on Jason Witten. The tight end, which was about to set Dallas's record with season 16, was playing at home for the first time since he retired after a year in broadcasting.
Taco Charlton was very popular with Watson, creating and recovering from the pack to establish the basic role of Gallup. Charlton received a second sack against Joe Webb III, and Kerry Hyder added two. The Cowboys had eight sacks.
The night went down for the Houston attack line when the versatile beginner Zach Fulton was put out in the first half. Last year's right guard is playing with middle and guard in the previous seasons.
The Vikings 20, Cardinals 9
There was an 85-yard area at Dalvin Cook for Minnesota, the highlight of which was the next half played by the first team during the Viking victory over Arizona in Minneapolis.
Cook soon scored and Mike Boone crossed the back line for the Vikings, who took a total of 190 yards on 29. The land game was the best development in the evening when Kirk Cousins only went three. 13 yards for 35 yards while taking two bags and Kaare Vedvik missed field goals from 43 and 54 yards.
Rookie Kyler Murray, the first overall pick in the draft which the new coach Kliff Kingsbury and the Cardinals had taken the lead on the reconstruction project, quite steeply going 14 to 21 on 137 yards over the five properties against Vikings defense t was almost full strength. Three of the propellants completed a successful field goal by Zane Gonzalez, a jealousy of the Vikings.
Vedvik carried out extensive evaluation as a kicker and punter, and made the two extra attempts, at least, while Dan-Bailey, who held the office, was out of the evening. Matt Wile discussed six times for 47.3 yards on average, and it was not clearer about the specialists than when the month started.
Cousins was frequently squeezed and many passports were laid at the line, including one deflection by the roach of Zach Allen, who had a half-height. Another draft pick of Cardinals, KeeSean Johnson, was on the other side of the ball with seven reception for 85 yards on seven goals.
One of the most deteriorating aspects of the performance for Kingsbury and his team was the 14 penalties for 111 yards, including two false starts called Brett Hundley's reserve quarterback in a three-skip piece late in the second quarter as it appears to be it would take a recipe to start a receiver's sign to offer.