Zay Jones gave himself 24 hours to get over the final moments of Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers, when a potential game-winning touchdown pass glanced off his fingertips and fell to the ground. It looks as if it will take a whole lot longer to fix the Buffalo Bills' passing attack, with a new-look receiving group that has stalled to open the season. After finishing 30th in the league in passing in 2016 (189.8 yards per game), the Bills are in a similar spot to begin this season.
Week 3’s Thursday Night Football game features two NFC West teams that need a win to get back on track early in the 2017 NFL season. The Los Angeles Rams are playing their first road game of the new campaign after going 1-1 out of the gate. The San Francisco 49ers are still seeking their first victory after getting blown out by the Carolina Panthers in the opener and keeping things close against the rival Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The Niners got the better of this matchup last year, picking up their only two wins of the entire 2016 season against Los Angeles in two outings that couldn’t have been more different. They earned that first “W” after a 28-0 shutout in Week 1, while the Week 16 rematch
The Carolina Panthers made the most of their limited offense through two games. The game is more critical for the Saints (0-2), who stumbled against the Minnesota Vikings and the New England Patriots. "These guys are grown men, and they understand the sense of urgency we have to play with and we have to practice with now starting with two losses," New Orleans coach Sean Payton said.