NFL Week 6 scores, highlights, updates, schedule: Jets’ Marcus Maye traps soccer on butt for inconceivable decide

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NFL Week 6 scores, highlights, updates, schedule: Jets' Marcus Maye traps football on butt for improbable pick


It is the sixth NFL Sunday of the 2020 season and we’re protecting you up to date on all of the motion and largest storylines all through the day. The Week 6 slate has some incredible matchups and storylines that we will not wait to look at unfold. Verify again typically to search out all the pieces it is advisable know.

Schedule

Sunday 

Bears 23, Panthers 16 (Recap)
Ravens 30, Eagles 28 (Recap)
Falcons 40, Vikings 23 (Recap)
Steelers 38, Browns 7(Recap)
Titans 42, Texans 36 (Recap)
Giants 20, Washington 19 (Recap)
Broncos 18, Patriots 12 (Recap)
Colts 31, Bengals 27 (Recap)
Lions 34, Jaguars 16 (Recap)
Dolphins 24, Jets 0 (GameTracker)
Packers 38, Buccaneers 10 (GameTracker)
Rams at 49ers, 8:20 p.m. ET (Preview)

Monday

Chiefs at Payments, 5 p.m. ET (Preview)
Cardinals at Cowboys, 8:15 p.m. ET (Preview)

Most inconceivable INT ever?

In what very properly often is the impossible interception in NFL historical past, Jets security Marcus Maye trapped the soccer on his bottom, maintained possession and intercepted Ryan Fitzpatrick. That is a kind of performs you actually should see to consider. Actually, it isn’t solely probably the most inconceivable however perhaps one of the best interception of the 2020 season and past.

The Gronk spike is again

It took till Week 6, however nobody is complaining now. Rob Gronkowski caught his first TD in 679 days when Tom Brady discovered him on a beautifully-thrown back-shoulder TD. It was the 79th profession TD move from Brady to Gronk and it culminated in a “Gronk spike” that we’d most likely not rank as his greatest ever. However that is okay, it is simply nice to say Gronk again ultimately zone once more.

Rodgers throws back-to-back INTs

Aaron Rodgers entered Week 6 having thrown zero interceptions. So after all the Bucs would intercept him twice within the first half of their recreation in opposition to the Packers. The primary interception was thrown on an out path to Davante Adams and it was returned for a TD. 

On the following drive, Rodgers tried to search out Adams once more and the ball bounced off his arms and into the arms of a Bucs defender. He practically returned that for a landing, too.   

Titans run direct snap to Henry for recreation winner

The Titans made an unimaginable comeback after blowing a lead that they had all recreation late simply to pressure additional time, and as soon as they obtained the soccer again after the top of regulation, they had been on a mission. All of it culminated with a difficult play name from the Titans once they let Derrick Henry take a direct snap after which nobody might cease him.

Tannehill, Brown pressure OT for Titans

At one level, it appeared just like the Texans had been about to shut out their Week 6 recreation in opposition to the Titans with ease. After which, they (nearly inexplicably) went for a two-point conversion, missed it, and the momentum shifted. The Titans closed out the sport with a formidable scoring drive as time was working out, and it was capped off by a Ryan Tannehill landing move to A.J. Brown — the second time these two linked. 

Henry is the king of the inconceivable

It is not the primary time and possibly will not be the final time you examine Derrick Henry ripping off a 90-plus-yard landing run however that does not make it any much less spectacular. When the Titans wanted it most, Henry broke free on a 94-yard TD run. Essentially the most spectacular a part of this play was Henry’s breakaway pace. For somebody his measurement, it’s actually superb that when he will get within the open area he can outrun a number of defensive backs.

Lamar Jackson does it once more

You may’t cease however can solely hope to comprise Lamar Jackson when he tucks the ball underneath and runs. The Eagles realized that the laborious method — and even making an attempt to comprise him grew to become inconceivable. Jackson broke free by way of the center for a blinding lengthy TD run. One of the best half? Jackson went untouched on the rating.

J.J. Watt with a throwback efficiency

Watt helped spark a Texans comeback down a number of scores with a sack and compelled fumble of Ryan Tannehill that might late result in a Houston rating. Watt and the whole Texans crew has been on a run for the reason that crew’s choice to fireside Invoice O’Brien.

Justin Jefferson reaches and scores

Jefferson is one other sleeper candidate to make a run for OROY after a quick begin to the season and he obtained rolling in opposition to in Week 6 in opposition to the injured Falcons secondary. Jefferson made the play of the sport for Minnesota when he rolled over, by no means touched down, and lunged the soccer over the purpose line for a TD.

Tannehill tosses TD No. 3

Ryan Tannehill is an ideal instance of why system match, teaching, and supporting solid play such a key consider a quarterback’s success. Whereas enjoying with primarily nothing in Miami, Tannehill was benched and traded for nothing to again up Marcus Mariota. Quick ahead one yr later and he has produced close to similar numbers to Patrick Mahomes (within the span since Tannehill took over as Titans starter). He is rolling once more in Week 6 with three TDs in a single half.

Logan Thomas faucets the toes in for a TD

Bear in mind when Thomas performed quarterback? Properly, now he has made the conversion to a full-time tight finish, the place he begins for Washington, and he could have simply made one of the best catch of the younger Week 6 slate. Thomas dragged the ft and tapped his toes in whereas sustaining possession for the TD to get Washington again within the combine in opposition to the Giants.

Claypool continues rookie tear

Chase Claypool may be making a late case for Offensive Rookie of the Yr…and perhaps…simply perhaps…he is the brand new No. 1 receiver for the Steelers transferring ahead. Claypool continued constructing on a breakout Week 5 by making among the best catches of Week 6 to this point. Claypool creates separation with ease and presents a large goal for the quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger has to find it irresistible.

Fitzpatrick with the decide six

In a battle to maintain tempo in arguably the NFL’s greatest division, Minkah Fitzpatrick gave the Steelers a pleasant increase when he jumped a Baker Mayfield route for the interception and shortly returned it for a landing. Mayfield, who’s enjoying by way of bruised ribs, has struggled to get going within the first quarter.

Julio returns to motion in an enormous method

After lacking final week with a hamstring harm, it appeared Julio Jones may take a while to return to motion (given his historical past with hamstring accidents), however when he was faraway from the harm report altogether heading into Week 6, some pleasure began to construct in a major matchup for Atlanta’s offense. It took no time for Jones, who caught the primary landing of the slate in opposition to an ailing Vikings secondary. Jones has two receptions for 43 yards and a TD already.

Drew Lock returns as Broncos starter

Broncos followers who need some extra readability on the way forward for their franchise will get it beginning as we speak when 2019 second-round decide Drew Lock returns to the beginning lineup. Lock (shoulder) will not get his full slate of weapons with Melvin Gordon out and Courtland Sutton on IR, however he’ll get a chance to construct a rapport with 2020 first-round decide Jerry Jeudy, who has thrived on a per-play foundation this season. Lock may have the chance now to drag off one of many greatest wins of his profession in opposition to Invoice Belichick and the Patriots.

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