Week 2 of the NFL season kicked off this past Sunday, and with it came some tremendous matchups and exciting finishes. Following the lead of the Kansas City Chiefs allowing a limited number of fans to attend in the season’s first week were teams like the Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys, with more to come soon.
Which other NFL teams will be allowed to have fans in the stands in 2020? It remains to be determined for many franchises due to local policies that determine the number of people, if any, will be allowed to attend the games. We’ve made a list of all 32 teams and what their up-to-date attendance policies are this season, which we recommend checking out if you’re interested in attending a game this season.
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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins – Get-In Price: $
Final Score: Bills – 31 | Dolphins – 28
In a tight contest between longstanding division rivals, the Bills came out on top mainly due to the play of quarterback Josh Allen, Through two games, Allen is among the front runners for MVP, albeit with a very limited sample size.
Allen picked up from where he left off after a dominant Week 1 performance against the Jets, throwing for 417 yards and 4 touchdowns with no turnovers against a Dolphins defense that’s still trying to figure things out. Buffalo’s new star receiver Stefon Diggs was the main beneficiary, catching 8 passes with a whopping 153 yards and a touchdown on a beautiful Allen deep ball in the second quarter.
The Bills were without star linebackers Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano on defense, which limited a normally-stingy pass defense and allowed Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki to dominate to the tune of 130 yards and a touchdown on 8 receptions. Miami quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick bounced back from a poor week 1 performance and threw for 328 yards and two touchdowns, with no turnovers.
Up next week for the Bills will be a home matchup with the also-undefeated Los Angeles Rams, while the Dolphins will square off with the upstart Jaguars in Jacksonville during primetime on Thursday Night Football.
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Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans
Final Score: Ravens – 33 | Texans – 16
One of the week’s most anticipated matchups fell a bit flat by way of drama, as the Ravens basically controlled this contest throughout the second half and showed the world why they should be considered co-favorites to come out of the AFC in January, along with the defending champion Chiefs.
2019 league MVP Lamar Jackson had a fairly ho-hum game by his ridiculous standards, as he threw for an efficient 204 yards and a touchdown on just 24 attempts, while adding 54 yards on the ground on 16 rushing attempts. The ground game paced the Ravens’ offensive attack, as they rushed for a whopping 230 yards as a team on 37 carries, good for 6.2 yards per tote.
The Texans offense struggled to get it going against a stout Ravens defense, as their superstar quarterback Deshaun Watson threw for 275 yards and a touchdown, but with an interception and plenty of those yards coming when the game was already in hand for Baltimore.
The Texans continue their run of ridiculously tough matchups in Week 3 after dropping games to the defending Super Bowl champions and then AFC’s #1 seed from last season, as they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the 2-0 Steelers, who have put on a defensive show through their first two games. On tap for the Ravens is a huge home matchup with the Chiefs on Monday Night Football, in what is likely the season’s most-anticipated regular season matchup, at least in the early goings.
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys – Get-In Price: $
Final Score: Falcons – 39 | Cowboys – 40
The Cowboys managed to pull out a victory at AT&T Stadium in front of 21,708 rabid fans in what was possibly Sunday’s most exciting contest. They came back from a 20-0 first quarter deficit, and as the final score would suggest, this game featured offensive explosions from both teams, including one of the weirdest finishes in recent history after the Cowboys miraculously recovered an onside kick attempt in the game’s waning seconds — just in time for kicker Greg Zuerlein to hit a 46-yard field goal as time expired.
The Falcons’ offense put forth a valiant effort, as they’re one to do. Quarterback Matt Ryan threw for 273 yards and four touchdowns, with no interceptions, but was ultimately out-dueled by the Cowboys’ Dak Prescott, who threw for a whopping 450 yards and a touchdown, while adding three more scores on the ground.
Dallas’ star running back Ezekiel Elliot paced the rushing attack with 89 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries, and star receivers CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper each caught six passes for 106 and 100 yards, respectively. Falcons emerging star wideout Calvin Ridley continued his dominant 2020 performance, catching seven passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns.
Up next for the Cowboys is a tough road contest against the 2-0 Seattle Seahawks, who are led by Russell Wilson, who’s been playing out of his mind through two games, thus far. The Falcons will look to notch their first victory of the 2020 season at home against the undefeated Chicago Bears.
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Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Final Score: Broncos – 21 | Steelers – 26
After facing a 17-3 deficit at halftime, a Broncos comeback effort was stopped just short by Pittsburgh’s defense deep in their own territory within the game’s final two minutes.
Denver made it that far even as their starting quarterback Drew Lock was knocked out of the game with a shoulder injury midway through the game’s first quarter, as backup QB Jeff Driskel played an admirable game against the Steelers’ dominant defense, throwing for 256 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in limited action.
Ben Roethlisberger had a big game for Pittsburgh, throwing for 311 yards and two touchdowns, with one pick. The team’s oft-injured running back James Conner paced an impressive rushing attack, running for 106 yards and a touchdown on just 16 carries, and emerging star wideout Diontae Johnson was the Steelers’ most reliable target in the passing game on this day, recording 8 catches for 92 yards and a touchdown. This Steelers offense had a similar look to it as it had in previous years, with multiple receiving options running wild and paired with a solid ground game.
Up in Week 3 for the Steelers is a home matchup with Deshaun Watson and the Texans, which should be another must-watch game for NFL fans. The Broncos will have Tom Brady and the Bucs visit Mile High Stadium, in what should be a tough defensive battle in the thin air in Denver.
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New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks
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Final Score: Patriots – 30 | Seahawks – 35
The Seahawks coaching staff continues to let Russell Wilson cook, as he played a dominant game for the second straight week — this time against a stout New England defense. Wilson threw for 288 yards and an incredible 5 touchdown passes against one of the league’s best secondaries, including a beautiful 18-yard touchdown pass to running back Chris Carson to seal the victory late in the fourth quarter.
The Patriots came dangerously close to pulling out the win on Sunday Night Football, and were driving with the clock winding down up until the Seahawks defense made an incredible goal line stand to stuff Cam Newton on the 1 yard line and preserve the victory as time expired. Newton did everything he could to help New England pull this one out, throwing for 397 yards and a touchdown, while adding 47 yards rushing and two touchdowns on the ground.
Diminutive Pats wideout Julian Edelman set a career high in receiving yards with 179 yards on 8 catches, and the Seahawks wideout corps were led by stars DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, who each caught a touchdown and posted 92 and 67 yards receiving, respectively.
The Seahawks have the Cowboys coming to town for their week 3 matchup, while the Patriots host the Raiders at Gillette Stadium next Sunday.
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