Every week during the NFL season, the 33rd Team will present some of the most interesting Tweets that come across our timeline during Sunday’s action. Here’s the Week 2 rundown:
Odafe Oweh, who forced and recovered this fumble, was drafted with the pick Kansas City sent to Baltimore in the Orlando Brown trade. https://t.co/bEg6tnyhSU
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 20, 2021
One of the coolest things about John Harbaugh asking Lamar if he wanted to go for it is this: bc the math tells you it’s the right move, JH had an opportunity to empower his star player and make a smart decision.
— George Chahrouri (@PFF_George) September 20, 2021
—> KC (35) @ BAL (36) <—
BAL has 4th & 1 at the BAL 43
Recommendation (YOU BETTER DO THIS): 👉 Go for it (+18 WP)
Actual play: 👉 (Shotgun) T.Colon reported in as eligible. L.Jackson up the middle to BLT 45 for 2 yards (A.Hitchen pic.twitter.com/f76O9rimpf
— 4th down decision bot (@ben_bot_baldwin) September 20, 2021
Tom Brady is now 499 yards away from breaking the NFL all-time passing yards record (Drew Brees, 80,358 yards).
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) September 19, 2021
The NFL taunting rules are even worse than the college targeting rule and that’s difficult
— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) September 20, 2021
The Cowboys took advantage rushing into light boxes against the Chargers gaining 128 yards on 21 carries (6.1 YPC).
Cowboys RBs (vs Light Boxes)
— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) September 20, 2021
Cowboys LB Micah Parsons played more defensive end today than he has since high school. Did it feel natural? “A lot if it was natural. Some people had a long day out there.” pic.twitter.com/IvXn5CLvVW
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 19, 2021
Man….I would’ve gone for two there. Henry was mowing the Seahawks down like grass.
— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) September 19, 2021
There’s virtually nothing we can all agree on on this app except that the NFL’s new taunting rule STINKS.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 19, 2021
PLEASE NFL. THESE TAUNTING PENALTIES ARE RUINING THE GAME. NOT A SINGLE FAN OR PLAYER WANTED THIS CHANGE. IT HAS TO STOP. PLEASE.
— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) September 19, 2021
Courtland Sutton Target Chart 🎯
Courtland Sutton averaged 20.8 air yards per target on 12 targets (9 rec, 159 yards) in the #Broncos 23-13 win over the Jaguars, including four catches for 117 yards on targets over 10 air yards.#DENvsJAX | #BroncosCountry pic.twitter.com/kST0SikyC7
— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) September 19, 2021
Update: the Bucs responded by scoring 20 unanswered. https://t.co/GJSRcSmDdM
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) September 19, 2021
Joe Burrow with the rarest trifecta: 3 straight pass attempts…. 3 straight interceptions
— trey wingo (@wingoz) September 19, 2021
After adjusting for how Jets rookies perform against the Patriots, Mark Sanchez’s 14-9 victory in Week 2 of the 2009 season is the most impressive performance in the history of the National Football League
— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) September 19, 2021
Wilson joins Sam Darnold and Mark Sanchez (2x) as the only Jets rookies to throw 4 interceptions in a game.
The “record” is Sanchez with 5 (2009 vs the Bills) #Jets
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) September 19, 2021
I also would have had the second field goal attempt from the #Eagles as a “go for it” situation. We are seeing some good examples of how Nick Sirianni manages these situations compared to Doug Pederson https://t.co/wKSf2PPzYf
— Ryan Paganetti (@PaganettiRyan) September 19, 2021
“GO FOR IT!
That’s what you did tonight!” pic.twitter.com/2WBqqhqTyL
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 20, 2021
No surprise given the pressure numbers, but the Saints had the lowest pass block win rate (36%) among all teams today.
— Seth Walder (@SethWalder) September 20, 2021