NFL scores, schedule, Week 9 live updates: Joe Mixon lands fifth TD; Sauce Gardner intercepts Josh Allen

It’s week 9 of the 2022 NFL season, and we’re bringing you all the action and the biggest storylines throughout the day. The Week 9 slate features fantastic matches and storylines, and we’re here to help you watch it unfold. Check back often to find out everything you need to know.

Week 9 program

Thursday

Eagles 27, Texans 19 (takeout)

Sunday

Bills at the Jets, 1 p.m. ET (GameTracker)
Panthers at Bengals, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Packers at Lions, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Colts at Patriots, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Chargers at Falcons, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Vikings at Commanders, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Raiders at Jaguars, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Dolphins at Bears, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Seahawks at Cardinals, 4:05 p.m. ET (preview)
Rams at Buccaneers, 4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
Titans at Chiefs, 8:20 p.m. ET (preview)

Monday

Ravens at Saints, 8:15 p.m. ET (preview)

Oh no Heinicke

If you’re a Commanders fan, watching Taylor Heinicke brings out a wide range of emotions. Sometimes they’re thrilled, because Heinicke calls out a prayer and their receiver goes down with it. Other times, they’re furious at grueling turnovers. Heinicke did it all on Sunday, with his terrible interception setting up Dalvin Cook’s Vikings tying touchdown.

Rodgers using… his legs?

When it’s the fourth quarter and Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers in a rush, that’s a very bad sign. Still, watch the 38-year-old slice through the Lions defense with his legs for 18 yards to keep the player alive. Rodgers has four carries for 40 yards.

Landing Joe Mixon No. 5

Do these FIVE TOUCHDOWNS in 41 minutes of gaming action. Hey Joe Mixon.

SAUCE!

Sauce Gardner looks set to get away with the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Year, and intercepting Josh Allen will certainly help his cause. I don’t know where Allen was going here, but the No. 4 overall pick secured the turnover and brought the ball to the edge of the red zone. The offense was then delivered with Zach Wilson in contact with newly acquired James Robinson for the go-ahead score.

INTs galore for Rodgers

For just the fifth time in his illustrious NFL career, future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers has thrown three interceptions in a game. And it has to be the worst combination of interceptions of his life. Two were intercepted in the end zone, while the third – and rookie Kerby Joseph’s second – came on the Lions one-yard line.

Either way, the turnover-happy Packers got it right in this game, thanks to Rodgers’ 20-yard strike against Allen Lazard.

Another Heinicke TD Miracle

I said last week that Taylor Heinicke’s best game was just throwing up Hail Mary’s and having Terry McLaurin with them. Turns out that also applies to Curtis Samuel, who somehow went down with his grip between three defenders and found the end zone without being touched. He scored for 49 yards as Heinicke’s legend continues to grow.

Mack rips it!

Welcome to the NFL, Drake London. Trying to make a move after catching a pass at the 5-yard line, the Chargers defense held off the No. 8 overall pick in this year’s draft. This allowed Khalil Mack to come in and literally take the ball from the rookie, who could only watch the six-time Pro Bowler rumble down the right sideline.

Justin Fields says GOODBYE

The Bears have completely unleashed Justin Fields over the past month, and he’s delivered. I mean, how many other quarterbacks can go for that 61-yard touchdown?

Joe Mixon scores AGAIN

If you have Joe Mixon on your fantasy team and you lose this week, just leave the league, because the rest of your team is obviously horrible. The Bengals running back had a historic first half, amassing 171 yards and FOUR touchdowns … in the first 30 minutes.

9-146-2

If you can believe it, that was Davante Adams’ stat line IN THE FIRST HALF. One of the best fumbles in the NFL dives over the Jaguars as the Raiders entered halftime with a 10-point advantage.

Josh Allen x2

Allen wasn’t as effective in the air as usual, but he did some serious damage with his legs. In just four carries, Allen racked up 55 yards and two scores, including this 36-yard burst in the end zone.

Shooting in Miami

Justin Fields hangs out with the top-flight Dolphins in Miami, rushing and passing his way to 17 points in the first half. His best throw of the day so far was a back-laser to Darnell Mooney for the 16-yard score.

Joe Mixon entered Sunday with two touchdowns on 129 rush attempts (one for every 64.5 attempts). He erased that average in the first half against the Panthers, scoring THREE touchdowns on just 13 carries. Cincinnati is everywhere in Carolina.

Blocked punt -> One-handed TD

Jonathan Jones made a big play on special teams for the Patriots, and even though they weren’t able to pick up and score like the Dolphins, Rhamondre Stevenson made sure the turnover translated into a touchdown . Check out this cute one-handed catch by the second-year running back.

Punt blocked TD

The Dolphins offense is in full swing and its special teams are also playing their part. Credit to Jaelan Phillips for the block, followed by a scoop and a smooth score from Andrew Van Ginkel from 25 yards out.

Another INT end zone!

Aaron Rodgers threw nine combined interceptions en route to back-to-back NFL MVP honors. He entered with four to eight weeks, and he already added two more in the first half against the Lions. Worse still, both happened in the end zone. AND it was against the worst defense in the NFL. The struggles are only getting worse for Green Bay.

TD and flips

Tyreek Hill came in Sunday leading the NFL in receptions and receiving yards, but he somehow had only one target inside the red zone. That changed in the second quarter on Sunday, as Tua Tagovailoa found him three yards out. As is tradition, a back handspring into a back somersault ensued.

End of INT area

The Packers offense moved upfield quickly on its first possession, but as has been the case all season, it just couldn’t put together a full practice. On first base, Rodgers’ pass was thrown high in the air, and team member safety Kerby Joseph CBSSports.com’s Mid-Season All-Rookie Teamcame with him for the crucial end zone interception.

JJ goes up

When Kirk Cousins ​​was in Washington, he never had a catcher as good as Justin Jefferson. So, with Cousins ​​back at FedEx Field for the first time since leaving free agency, he showed his best weapon by far by simply throwing the ball to Jefferson in the end zone. And, of course, Jefferson accepted it for the opening score.

NFL Media reported that the Falcons would relieve Cordarrelle Patterson after missing four games after undergoing a knee cleaning procedure, but the candle veteran saw three runs in the first practice. They only went 10 yards, but the third opened the scoring for Atlanta from one yard.

Although inconsequential, Josh Allen threw two fourth-quarter interceptions in last Sunday night’s win over the Green Bay Packers. His turnover spree continued in the first practice against the Jets. After Braden Mann fell on the opening kickoff, giving them great field position, Allen hit Stefon Diggs on a deep ball and the Bills were set up to pounce on their division rivals early . However, Allen rolled over and threw the ball directly at the Jets’ Jordan Whitehead in the red zone. Good recovery from the New York defense.

New faces in new places

What a difference a change of scenery makes. With the Giants, Kadarius Toney missed the last five games with what the team called a hamstring injury. Yet since the 2021 first-round wide was traded to the Chiefs on Tuesday, he hasn’t even been on Kansas City’s injury report. In fact, coach Andy Reid came out and said Toney was healthy ahead of a “Sunday Night Football” game with the Titans. Chance? I doubt.

“Obviously a point guard can make a lot of plays,” Patrick Mahomes said of Toney.

“This guy is an absolute beast with the ball in his hands”, Travis Kelce added.

“We want the chemistry to work,” continued offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. “Obviously we still have to take time with Pat. But when it comes to a football player, [Toney’s] one hell of a player. The kid is a very, very smart kid, and we just want him to fit into our culture and fundamentally understand what we’re doing, and then put him in a position to have the opportunity to be his best. .”

Toney is one of several players set to make his debut for a new team this weekend following a historical trade deadline. We have running back Bradley Chubb and running back Jeff Wilson in Miami, wide receiver Chase Claypool in Chicago, tight end TJ Hockenson in Minnesota and setter Nyheim Hines in Buffalo, among others. Here’s what to expect from them in their debut match:

  • As mentioned above, Reid expects a healthy Toney to play against the Titans. Reid says there is some things installed for the explosive playmaker.
  • Both Newly Extended Chubb, as well as Wilson, will play against the Dolphins, according to Mike McDaniel. How much depends on “several variables”, but the first-year coach is eager to see what the two players will bring to the team.
  • Claypool will play Sunday against the Dolphins, but his use is uncertain. Coach Matt Eberflus says Claypool can play anywhere 10-35 shots. No matter how much Claypool plays in his Chicago debut, the 2020 second-round pick has already impressed his teammates. “He did a crazy take today,” Darnell Mooney said on Friday. “He went out and married someone. It was nice to see him in person.”
  • There was no mention that Hockenson would have limited his snaps, so expect him to immediately play a role against COs, especially with former starter Irv Smith Jr. placed on injured reserve earlier. this week. “Adding a player of TJ’s caliber at a time when we’re really getting into our stride, I see a fit with a lot of the things we’re trying to do,” coach Kevin O’Connell said. “Situationally, I see real opportunities for him – third down, red zone, two minutes, things like that.”
  • Bills coach Sean McDermott was evasive about Hines playing Sunday against the Jets. Although he has liked what he has seen from the reception in training so far, he admitted there is a significant difference between trading for Hines on Tuesday instead of Mondayregarding the Week 9 game plan. Even if Hines is limited offensively (or doesn’t play that side of the ball at all) against New York, there’s a chance he could immediately step in as a as kickoff returner.

Add Comment