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However, the Ravens didn’t panic and they ate away at the Browns’ lead over the next three quarters. Baltimore managed to keep ticking up the scoreboard each quarter while completely shutting down the Browns’ offense to allow them to gain the lead in the fourth and ultimately claim a second win of the season 25-20.

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The Jaguars meanwhile looked hugely improved from the past few seasons, and in their season opener they pushed the Green Bay Packers all the way. In the end they came up slightly short as the Packers won 27-23, but the performance raised hopes for what the Jaguars can achieve this season.

However, last week the Jaguars went on the road to San Diego where they were unceremoniously taken apart by the Chargers. The Jaguars’ offense was locked down for the first three quarters, and although they came to life in the fourth it was way too late as the Chargers ran out 38-14 winners.

Earlier this week, Thursday Night Football saw the Houston Texans travel to the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough to take on the New England Patriots.

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Going into the game both teams had won two from two, and with the Patriots having trouble in the quarterback position, many analysts had penciled in the Texans as favorites to maintain their 100 percent start to the season.

However, from the start the Texans found the going too tough, and the Patriots completely shut down the Houston offense. Such was the efficiency of the New England defense that the game decided well before the end of the game.

Many had wondered how rookie Jacoby Brissett would do in his first NFL start, but Patriots fans need not have worried, as he recorded a 27 yard touchdown run and put on a performance beyond his experience.

LeGarrerre Blount also scored runs of 1 yard and 41 yards, to help the Patriots secure a 27-0 win and record their first shutout win since 2012. It was the first time the Texans have been shutout since 2003.

The 23 year old rookie quarterback was rarely put under intense pressure by the Texans, despite Houston having the third ranked defense in the league coming into Week 3.

Brissett ended the night 11 of 19 for 103 yards, as well as running the ball eight times for 48 yards.Read More