Even at 31, Marshawn Lynch can run the football. And to the Jets, who are tasked with trying to stop him in Week 2, the Raiders running back has never looked better.
The five-time Pro Bowler who came out of retirement in the offseason to play in Oakland rushed for 72 yards on 18 carries in the Raiders’ 26-16 win over the Titans last week. Todd Bowles was impressed.
Watt shook off any discomfort his left ring finger was causing him, even during those last three plays. There were no signs of the digit bothering him when he made this emphatic game-clinching tackle on the last play of the evening.
After checking his hand, Watt confirmed his finger is indeed still part of it, “so that’s all that matters,” he said.
Any injury to their defensive star is enough to give Texans fans heartburn – Watt played in just three regular-season games last season because of back issues – but he’s got 10 days for his finger to heal before Houston’s Week 3 game in New England.
Besides, does anyone really think a finger – detached or not – would keep Watt off the field?
And in order for us to be great again as a country, and not have all this racism and bigotry and injustice, we all need to realize that there is a problem and be there for each other to correct the problem.” Ingram was one of at least 10 Saints players who sat during the anthem.