R. B. Khalil Herbert
For the second year in a row, Khalil “Gus” Herbert got off to a strong start in what could be a special campaign for 2022. The 2021 sixth-round draft was sped up for 45 yards over nine rounds with a touchdown in the Bears’ season-opening win over San Francisco, becoming first hockey Reaches the finish zone in 2022.
Herbert and his co-stars will continue their quest to surprise many in the NFC North this coming weekend, as they travel to Green Bay to face Yosh Nijman and the Packers at 8:25 PM EST. The match will be broadcast on NBC in this week’s edition of Sunday Night Football.
LB Tremaine Edmunds
It should come as no surprise that star linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is off to a strong start into his fifth season that fits the Buffalo bills. The two-time Pro Bowler already scored 10 tackles total, with seven coming alone in the team’s 31-10 statement winning West over the Los Angeles Rams to start the NFL regular season.
Expected to be one of the best players in the NFL in 2022, the Danville, Virginia native has already proven why he was chosen in this coveted category. And with the Edmunds, Tim Settle and Bills hosting Caleb Farley and Tennessee at 7:15 p.m. Monday night to be found on ABC, it will be another tough test for the former first-round pick to showcase his abilities at the highest level.
S Chuck Clark
Chuck Clark was a staple in Baltimore’s high school midfield, and he’s already made a huge impact on the Ravens defensively to start the season. At 24-9 over the Jets this past weekend, Clarke made nine total tackles – five alone – and a forced stumble to lead the Purple and Black to a superb win over his AFC opponent.
Next, a Sunday rendezvous with Dolphins in the Charm City will take place at 1 p.m. and will be broadcast on CBS.
More matches of week 2
Sunday 18 September
New York Jets in Cleveland – 1 pm – CBS
15-year-old Injured Reserve and New York Jets veteran Duane Brown will be making the trip to Cleveland to take on the White Teller and Browns in a potential match between two former technical offensive linemen who have both seen major career successes.
Tyler, a 6-foot-4, 315-pounder of Manassas, Virginia, contributed significantly by playing every shot in a tight 26-24 win over Carolina last weekend in Charlotte. While Brown, who was recently placed on IR, is looking to make his Jets debut on his return from a shoulder injury in the next few weeks.
Washington in Detroit – 1pm – FOX
Motor City will surely get its fair share of hockey to appear on the grid on Sunday afternoon at Ford Field. The majority of visitors will come.
After beating Jacksonville 28-22 last Sunday, Washington came to Detroit having already secured contributions from tight end Logan Thomas, cornerback Kendall Fuller and substitute assistant Joey Sly.
Thomas, a former quarterback during his time dressed in maroon and orange, rode three receptions for 45 yards in victory. While Fuller scored three total tackles, Sly earned two extra points chances in the leaders’ opening win of the season.
bullish narrow end James Mitchell He is still seeking his first professional reception as a member of the Lions. A fifth-round draft pick in last year’s NFL draft, Mitchell serves as a nice piece of depth for a Detroit team trying to surprise many in 2022.
Carolina at NY Giants – 1 PM – FOX
Amary Barno and the Carolina Panthers started the road for the first time this season to face Tyrod Taylor and the New York Giants.
Just like his college buddy Mitchell, Barno is still looking forward to making his debut this coming weekend. He will continue to fight to do so after a successful three-year career with the Hokies from 2019-21.
New England in Pittsburgh – 1 pm – CBS
The Steelers and safety Terrell Edmunds are looking to continue their winning path after a thrilling 23-20 overtime win over Cincinnati last Sunday.
The former first-choice player of 2018 had five tackles total, with four tackles alone, and he will look to continue to be a key contributor when the New England Lions and Golds host Sunday at Acresor Stadium in the team’s opener at home 2022.
Indianapolis in Jacksonville – 1 pm – CBS
Cornerback Brandon Facyson made some noise in his debut as a member of the Indianapolis Colts.
The former Los Angeles Charger and Las Vegas Ryder both made three total tackles in the final tie with the Houston Texans, and will be looking to continue to show off their potential in high school when both, Look Real Estate The rest of the ponies travel to Jacksonville to meet the jaguars.
Arizona in Las Vegas – 4:25 p.m. – CBS
Former Safety Tech Divine Deablo made his impressive debut in the 2022 season on his second-round quarterback for the Raiders in Las Vegas.
The 2021 third-round pick grossed seven total saves in a slim loss 24-19 to the Chargers last Sunday night. And if the former All-ACC first-team member during his time at Blacksburg continues to produce at that sort of level, Diplo will surely be forced to reckon with him all season in West Asia.
Hockey won’t be the only one represented in this. offensive tackle Lycitos Smith He made his NFL debut last Sunday in Arizona’s 44-21 loss to Kansas City, and will look to contribute again when the Cardinal makes a trip to Vegas to take on the Invaders.
Monday 19 September
Minnesota in Philadelphia – 8:30 pm – ABC
Star Attack fends off Christian Dresso and the Minnesota Vikings venture out to Philadelphia to face the Eagles in Game Two of Monday Night Football’s two games.
The previous first round was picked in 2021 in all but one of the encounters a week ago in the Vikings’ resounding 23-7 win over Green Bay, and he will look to continue to shine up front all year long for a team with high hopes in the North NFC.