We’re getting a look at Lions rookie quarterback Brady Kaaya. Fun fact: His mom is the Bye Felicia lady from Friday. This hasn’t been the most thrilling quarter so far, and that’s the most interesting thing we can come up with about this game right now.
Another Chris Carson 1-yard rushing touchdown gives the Seahawks what should be an insurmountable lead, since they’re not the Atlanta Falcons and this isn’t the Super Bowl.
Burfict’s tackle didn’t sit well with his teammates, and that led to a larger scrum. A coach even got pushed during the spat. Tight end Tyler Eifert went the extra mile, and he kept jawing with the linebacker after the rest of the players had moved on.
After practice, they waved it off as the typical camp intensity. Head coach Marvin Lewis was more blunt, telling reporters pushing and shoving is a waste of time.
Joint practices are supposed to be a sneaky way teams get some extra work within the limitations on their practice time. Does it work? Who knows. What we do know is that there is always a brawl.
Rams corner Trumaine Johnson shoved Chargers receiver Dontrelle Inman. Benches cleared, mostly, thereafter.
Remember that trade last week that sent Jordan Matthews to the Bills? Well the other player involved in that trade picked off his former quarterback in Tyrod Taylor.
The Buccaneers cut Roberto Aguayo last week after having a rough first year and change with the team. The first kick the team attempted since his release was missed by Nick Folk.
It wasn’t all bad. Butler and his secondary bent hard in the first half but didn’t break. Their ability to limit Matt Ryan and hold the Falcons scoreless over the final 22:30 was as important to the greatest comeback in league history as Brady’s passes or James White’s ability to be everywhere at once.