NFL Week 2 grades: Saints get an 'F' for ugly loss to Panthers, Titans earn 'A' after valiant comeback win

Here are the Week 2 grades for each group that used Sunday

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When you make Jameis Winston your beginning quarterback, you register for the entire Winston experience which’s precisely what New Orleans has actually overcome the very first 2 weeks of the season. You get the highs, which the Saints got in Week 1 when Winston wowed everybody with 5 goal passes in a controling 38 -3 win over the Packers. And obviously, you get the lows, which Winston supplied on Sunday throughout the Saints’ 26 -7 blowout loss in Carolina.

After looking unstoppable recently, the Saints were fortunate to score a single point versus the Panthers. Winston was under continuous pressure the whole video game and when he’s under pressure, he’s vulnerable to making bad choices, which is precisely what took place numerous times versus the Panthers, consisting of the interception you see below, which featured simply 23 seconds left in the very first half.

Consisting of that choice, Winston wound up going 11- for-22 for 111 backyards with no goal passes and 2 interceptions. Winston was bad in this video game, it wasn’t entirely his fault that the Saints had offending problems. A huge factor he had a hard time is since the Panthers just overwhelmed the Saints offending line.

There were numerous pass plays like the one listed below where Winston just didn’t have sufficient time to get a pass off.

That was among 4 sacks that Winston took in the video game. If the pass video game isn’t working, often you’ll see the run video game get the slack, however that wasn’t certainly the case for the Saints. Alvin Kamara was restricted to simply 5 backyards on 8 continues a day where the Saints completed with simply 48 backyards hurrying.

Total, the Saints amounted to simply 128 backyards of offense, which was their least expensive overall given that2001 They may not have actually missed out on Drew Brees recently, however they certainly missed him today. Brees has the capability to believe rapidly on his feet and he was typically able to get the ball off no matter just how much pressure he was dealing with. On the other hand, that’s something Winston battles with.

We do not understand if recently’s group or today’s group is the genuine Saints group for 2021, however New Orleans much better hope that the Jameis who appeared today isn’t here to remain.

Alright, let’s get to the grades for each video game from Week 2. If you’re trying to find a much deeper dive on Washington’s wild win over the Giants that was used Thursday, make sure to click on this link.

Carolina 26 -7 over New Orleans

Chicago 20-17 over Cincinnati

L.A. Rams 27-24 over Indianapolis

Denver 23-13 over Jacksonville

Cleveland 31-21 over Houston

San Francisco 17-11 over Philadelphia

49 ers-Eagles grades by Jeff Kerr (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

New England 25 -6 over N.Y. Jets

Patriots-Jets grades by Tyler Sullivan (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

Las Vegas 26-17 over Pittsburgh

Raiders-Steelers grades by Bryan DeArdo (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

Buffalo 35 -0 over Miami

Bills-Dolphins grades by Chris Trapasso (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

Arizona 34-33 over Minnesota

Tampa Bay 48-25 over Atlanta

Tennessee 33-30 over Seattle (OT)

Titans-Seahawks grades by Jordan Dajani (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

Dallas 20-17 over L.A. Chargers

Cowboys-Chargers grades by Patrik Walker (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

Baltimore 36-35 over Kansas City

Chiefs-Ravens grades by Jared Dubin (Love the grades? Dislike the grades? Let him understand on Twitter.)

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