Kizer underthrew a corner route, and Watt — airborne and arms fully extended — made the catch before hauling off in the other direction. He laughed while recounting the play.
“I kept sinking back in coverage, and the ball just kind of came right to me,” Watt said. “I caught it. I tried not to fumble the ball or anything. I was tired.”
Watt’s other highlight was his first career sack; a spin move on Browns tackle Joe Thomas that helped collapse the pocket on a second-and-9. Watt nearly had a third sack on a third-and-11 play in the second quarter. He just missed Kizer, who sidestepped the rush.
The New York Giants had better hope that Odell Beckham Jr. gets healthy soon, because their offense looked dreadful without him. Eli Manning threw mostly short passes (29-of-38, 220 yards, 1 INT) and New York was held to 35 yards on 12 rushes. The Cowboys led 16-0 at half, and the spread was never really threatened in a 19-3 victory. Ezekiel Elliott had 104 yards on 24 carries, while Dak Prescott played mistake-free football.
The Vikings dominated throughout the first Monday Night Football contest, as Sam Bradford threw for 346 yards and three TDs. Minnesota defense held the Saints to 60 yards rushing on 21 carries and out of the end zone until late in the fourth quarter. The Vikings led 16-6 at half and 19-9 after three quarters.
This seemed like a surefire Denver cover. The Broncos dominated the Chargers for three quarters and stopped San Diego near midfield on a fourth-and-1 with a little more than 12 minutes left and holding a 24-7 lead. Unfortunately for Denver bettors, a Trevor Siemian interception and Jamaal Charles fumble both led to San Diego TDs, along with a missed 50-yard field goal Cheap Jerseys Authentic attempt from Brandon McManus. A blocked 44-yard FG attempt with 3 second left got Broncos bettors a push but also eliminated the chance Cheap Jackie Robinson Jerseys of covering in overtime.