#TacleandoLaNFL Resumen de la 3era semana de la NFL
Por Daniel "Mr. Clutch" Mercado Castro
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- With two games remaining in Week 3, five teams – BUFFALO, CHICAGO, PITTSBURGH, SEATTLE and TENNESSEE – are 3-0 to begin the 2020 season. Baltimore (Monday Night Football), Green Bay (Sunday Night Football) and Kansas City (Monday Night Football) can also advance to 3-0.
Two teams – Chicago and Pittsburgh – are 3-0 after missing the postseason in 2019. .
Three teams overcame deficits of at least 10 points to win in Week 3: the CHICAGO BEARS (16 points), PITTSBURGH STEELERS (11 points) and TENNESSEE TITANS (12 points).
With two games remaining in Week 3, there have been 10 games during the 2020 season in which teams overcame a deficit of at least 10 points to win, . Only the 2011 season (11 such games) had more.
- Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON passed for 315 yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 130.7 passer rating in the Seahawks' 38-31 win over Dallas.
Wilson, who had five touchdown passes in Week 2 and four touchdown passes in Week 1, is the .
Wilson is the , joining TOM BRADY (Weeks 6-7, 2007), DAUNTE CULPEPPER (Weeks 5-6, 2004), TOM FLORES (Weeks 15-16, 1963) and BEN ROETHLISBERGER (Weeks 8-9, 2014).
Wilson has 14 touchdown passes in 2020 and .
Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT passed for 472 yards with three touchdowns against Seattle in Week 3.
Prescott, who has 102 touchdown passes and 24 rushing touchdowns in his career, is the , joining JEFF GARCIA (113 passing, 21 rushing) and CAM NEWTON (117 passing, 43 rushing).
- Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN passed for 311 yards with four touchdowns and one interception for a 128.9 rating and added a rushing touchdown in the Bills' 35-32 win over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3.
In his first three games of the 2020 season, Allen has 1,038 passing yards with 10 passing touchdowns and a 124.8 rating, along with two rushing touchdowns. He is the .
Allen is the , joining RYAN FITZPATRICK (2018), PATRICK MAHOMES (2019) and PEYTON MANNING (2013).
Allen, who has 19 career rushing touchdowns, . Only CAM NEWTON (28 rushing touchdowns) has more.
- Indianapolis quarterback PHILIP RIVERS threw the 400th touchdown pass of his career in the Colts' 36-7 win over the New York Jets in Week 3.
Rivers is the , joining DREW BREES (550, entering Sunday Night Football), TOM BRADY (547), PEYTON MANNING (539) and Pro Football Hall of Famers BRETT FAVRE (508) and DAN MARINO (420).
- Cincinnati rookie quarterback JOE BURROW completed 31 of 44 pass attempts (70.5 percent) for 312 yards and two touchdowns for a 105.5 rating in the Bengals' 23-23 tie against Philadelphia in Week 3.
Burrow has 91 completions through his first three career games and .
Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY totaled three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) in Week 3 against Detroit.
Murray, who had one rushing touchdown on Kickoff Weekend and two rushing touchdowns in Week 2, .
- Tennessee kicker STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI connected on a 55-yard field goal with 1:44 remaining in the fourth quarter to give the Titans a 31-30 win at Minnesota in Week 3.
Gostkowski, who kicked a game-winning field goal with 25 seconds remaining in Week 1 and a 49-yard game-winning field goal with 1:36 remaining in Week 2, is the .
Titans running back DERRICK HENRY had 26 rushing attempts for 119 yards and two touchdowns in Week 3. Henry, who had 31 attempts in Week 1 and 25 attempts in Week 2, is the , joining Pro Football Hall of Famers EDGERRIN JAMES (2002), O.J. SIMPSON (1975) and EMMITT SMITH (1994) as well as ARIAN FOSTER (2012).
- Chicago tight end JIMMY GRAHAM had six receptions for 60 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 30-26 victory at Atlanta in Week 3.
Graham has 16 career games with at least two touchdown receptions, . Only ANTONIO GATES (21) and Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY GONZALEZ (18) have more.
On Tuesday morning, the Titans COVID testing results returned three new player positives and five new personnel positives. The Titans will suspend in-person club activities starting today. Likewise, the Vikings, who played the Titans on Sunday, will also suspend in-person club activities. Both clubs are working closely with the NFL and the NFLPA, including our infectious disease experts, to evaluate close contacts, perform additional testing and monitor developments. All decisions will be made with health and safety as our primary consideration. We will continue to share updates as more information becomes available.