The Cincinnati Bengals are 0-2 to start the NFL season | The GIST

    The GIST: While some of the brightest stars in the NFL found their footing in Week 2, others stand on shockingly shaky ground, proving this will be a season full of surprises. Let’s dive in to yesterday’s standout moments.

    The Cincinnati Bengals are 0-2: After making a Super Bowl appearance two seasons ago, the Cats are starting the season in a two-game hole for the second consecutive year, with another just okay performance from TikTok heartthrob quarterback (QB) Joe Burrow, who re-aggravated a calf injury in yesterday’s 27–24 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

    Good news, inbound: Houston Texans wide receiver (WR) Canadian John Metchie III made his NFL debut (and first career catch) after missing his 2022 rookie season battling leukemia.

    Ain’t over ’til it’s over: The NY Giants overcame a 20-point halftime deficit to defeat the Arizona Cardinals 31–28 yesterday, tying a franchise record for largest-ever comeback.

    Beginners luck: LA Rams’ WR Puka Nacua is the first rookie in NFL history to record 10 receptions and 100 receiving yards in each of his first two games. Remember the name.

    Recovery update: Injured NY Jets QB Aaron Rodgers believes he could return by the playoffs this season thanks to an innovative Achilles tendon surgery.

    • Of course, that would also require the Jets — who were trounced 30–10 by the Dallas Cowboys yesterday — to make it to the postseason…without him. A dash of perspective is important.

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