NFL preseason Week 1 takeaways: Bryce Young has tough debut

The first week of the 2023 NFL preseason continued Saturday, with the New York Jets traveling to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers, the Chicago Bears taking on the Tennessee Titans at Soldier Field and the Buffalo Bills playing host to the Indianapolis Colts in the day’s afternoon games. In the evening and night events, the Dallas Cowboys hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Philadelphia Eagles visited the Baltimore Ravens and the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers faced off in a local battle.

The Panthers struggled in the first preseason game of the Bryce Young era, with the Jets securing a 27-0 road victory. The Bears got off to a fast start thanks to a pair of scoring drives engineered by Justin Fields, ultimately prevailing 23-17 over the Titans. The Bills, with Damar Hamlin making his return to the game field, celebrated the occasion with a 23-19 victory over the Colts.

Later, the Jaguars scored a 28-23 victory over the Cowboys with Dak Prescott held out for Dallas. The Ravens, playing without Lamar Jackson, defeated a Jalen Hurts-less Eagles team 20-19. In another game without a selection of big-name veterans, the Chargers took down the Rams 34-17.

Here are the biggest takeaways from each game so far — including Thursday and Friday matchups — along with the rest of the Week 1 preseason schedule.

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NFL preseason games on Saturday, Aug. 12

Chargers: Coach Brandon Staley is opting to sit starters in the preseason, which means we’ll see only a shell of the new offense installed by first-year coordinator Kellen Moore. However, backup quarterback Easton Stick, who started the first half, appeared to operate with ease as he completed short, intermediate and — new to the Bolts’ this season — a deep pass. His go-to target was rookie first-round pick Quentin Johnston, who showed some vulnerability as he dropped a short pass and was unable to hold onto a deep over-the-shoulder opportunity. The run game, which has lacked power and depth in recent seasons, also appeared to take a step in the right direction behind backups Joshua Kelley and Isaiah Spiller. — Lindsey Thiry

Next game: vs. Saints (7:05 p.m. ET, Sunday, Aug. 20)

Rams: With quarterback Matthew Stafford and established starters watching the entire game from the sideline, quarterback Stetson Bennett took over in the fourth series for Brett Rypien. A fourth-round pick from Georgia who won a national championship with the Bulldogs at SoFi Stadium in January, Bennett is being monitored not only as a backup to Stafford, but as his eventual successor. His NFL debut got off to an uneven start but gained momentum. Bennett’s first series would have resulted in a turnover if not for two dropped interceptions, but instead he capped a 16-play, 75-yard drive with an 11-yard touchdown pass to receiver Puka Nacua. Later, Bennett led a four-play, 75-yard scoring drive highlighted by a 17-yard completion to Tyler Johnson. It’s far too soon to tell if Bennett can grow into an NFL starter, but in his first night of work he appeared at least capable of becoming a serviceable backup. — Lindsey Thiry

Next game: vs. Raiders (9 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Ravens: Tyler Huntley strengthened his grip on the Ravens’ No. 2 quarterback job with an effective cameo appearance. Huntley produced more passing yards in two drives (88) than Josh Johnson had for the entire first half (45). The Ravens looked more fluid with Huntley’s mobility. He completed 8 of 11 passes and ran for 13 yards. “He goes in and he attacks,” wide receiver Tylan Wallace, who caught a 10-yard TD pass from Huntley. “When he’s in there, the offense is different.” Huntley did head into the locker room with a team doctor at the start of the fourth quarter, but coach John Harbaugh said the team didn’t suffer any major injuries when asked about Huntley. Baltimore was much more inconsistent with Johnson, who was 8-of-12 and didn’t complete a throw beyond 10 yards. This is how the quarterback competition has unfolded three weeks into training camp, where Huntley has outplayed Johnson. Huntley has been Lamar Jackson‘s primary backup the past two seasons. — Jamison Hensley

Next game: at Commanders (8 p.m. ET, Monday, Aug. 21, ESPN)

Eagles: The Georgia boys came to play. Defensive tackle Jalen Carter, the No. 9 overall pick in April’s draft, made an instant impact. He easily beat right guard Ben Cleveland with a club move and got a hit on quarterback Josh Johnson on his first NFL snap. Fellow first-round pick/Georgia alum Nolan Smith registered a QB hit of his own, showing the speed off the edge that he has flashed all summer at training camp. Not to be left out, former Bulldog D’Andre Swift made the most of his cameo, ripping off a 22-yard run that he finished by lowering his shoulder and breaking a tackle. The investment in former Georgia players this offseason is paying dividends early. — Tim McManus

Next game: vs. Browns (1 p.m. ET, Thursday, Aug. 17)

Jaguars: Starting fast on offense was a priority this offseason and the addition of WR Calvin Ridley and the second season of Doug Pederson’s offense were two reasons the team was optimistic. Jacksonville had a so-so start against the Cowboys, with Trevor Lawrence throwing an interception on the second offensive snap (there were two receivers in the area, so there might have been a miscommunication) and the Jags committing a holding penalty on the second possession, which began inside the 10-yard line. But after the team recovered a fumbled punt, the offense finally got rolling and scored on Lawrence’s fourth-down pass to WR Christian Kirk. Pederson wanted the offense to operate cleanly and it took a while before that happened. — Michael DiRocco

Next game: at Lions (1 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Cowboys: Context matters because it was backups against backups, but Deuce Vaughn showed Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars what he had demonstrated in training camp practices: He belongs. Vaughn finished with 50 yards on eight carries including a 4-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. He even had a segment of the crowd chanting, “Deeuuuuccee” after some success. Vaughn was the feel-good story of the draft when the Cowboys selected him in the sixth round and had his father, Chris, the Cowboys’ assistant college scouting director, make the phone call. The last time he played in AT&T Stadium, he was named the MVP of the Big 12 championship game in December in Kansas State’s win over TCU with 130 yards rushing and a touchdown. The Cowboys are looking for running back help behind Tony Pollard and Vaughn could see more action against the regulars as the preseason goes along to determine whether he can fill at least a part of that role in the regular season. — Todd Archer

Next game: at Seahawks (10 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19, NFL Network)

Jets: It was another positive step for Zach Wilson 2.0. With Aaron Rodgers sitting for the second straight game, Wilson played an efficient two quarters in the Jets’ 27-0 win. He led the offense to a touchdown and two field goals in six series, further distancing himself from last season’s disappointment. Let’s be clear: The 2021 second overall pick still has a way to go as he tries to reboot his career and learn a new offense. It won’t happen overnight; it’s all about baby steps.

They didn’t ask him to do a lot in this game. In fact, Wilson (14-for-20, 123 yards) didn’t complete a pass that traveled more than 10 air yards. It was mostly screens and checkdowns, but this is a quarterback who has experienced the yips on those gimme throws. He was poised in the pocket, especially in a two-minute drill that ended with a 2-yard touchdown pass to TE Kenny Yeboah. That the Panthers rested star pass-rusher Brian Burns, who wrecked the Jets’ pass protection in a joint practice, helped Wilson’s cause. He probably will get the start next week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. — Rich Cimini

Next game: at Buccaneers (7:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Panthers: Beyoncé put on a much better show at Bank of America Stadium on Wednesday than Bryce Young did Saturday. Fortunately, Beyoncé wasn’t behind the Carolina offensive line. The group that was supposed to be a strength never gave Young a chance to develop any rhythm in his preseason debut. The top pick of the draft was hammered by a Jets defender on two of his first three throws and sacked before he could get off a final attempt. So he was hit three of the seven times he dropped back to pass. The pressure came from the outside against left tackle Ikem Ekwonu, last year’s first-round pick, and the inside against the guards trying to replace Austin Corbett (physically unable to perform list). Young was a respectable 4-for-6 for 21 yards, but was 0-for-2 with a sack on third down. The third-down passes, both on sideline routes, were uncatchable. A lot to clean up here. — David Newton

Next game: at Giants (7 p.m. ET, Friday, Aug. 18, NFL Network)

Bears: Quarterback Justin Fields orchestrated back-to-back touchdown drives, utilizing the catch-and-run ability of his playmakers. Fields threw a quick screen to wide receiver DJ Moore, who sped past multiple Titans defenders for a 62-yard touchdown. On Chicago’s next offensive series, Fields dumped off a pass to Khalil Herbert in the flat on third-and-long, which the running back took 56 yards down the home team sideline (after stiff-arming a defender) for a touchdown. The Bears ranked dead last in yards after the catch (1,132) and did not have a single play rack up 50 YAC in 2022. The first-team offense had two such plays which resulted in touchdowns on its lone two drives in the preseason opener. The quick game has been an emphasis throughout training camp, and the clean, efficient operation by the offense is an encouraging sign of growth that Bears coaches said they had hoped to see. — Courtney Cronin

Next game: at Colts (7 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19, NFL Network)

Titans: Malik Willis came out on top of the backup quarterback battle with Will Levis in the first preseason game. Willis finished with 16 completions for 189 yards and an interception. The second-year quarterback led the Titans on a 12-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a 2-yard touchdown run by Willis to open the game. Willis added to that just before halftime when he orchestrated a 60-yard drive that resulted in a 37-yard field goal by Caleb Shudak. It is clear Willis is much more comfortable than he was last year. That showed in his decisiveness and anticipation as he hit receivers in stride most of the day. The one pass Willis would like to have back was a throw that was catchable but a little high for tight end Josh Whyle. The throw tipped off Whyle’s hands and got intercepted. The Willis/Levis battle will continue in joint practices with the Vikings next week. — Turron Davenport

Next game: at Vikings (8 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Bills: While the highlight came in the form of Damar Hamlin‘s official return to the game field, there were limited answers provided in the team’s defensive battles. At No. 2 cornerback, Dane Jackson started and his day ended after he caught an interception off rookie Anthony Richardson on the opening drive (five plays). The other two contenders, Kaiir Elam and Christian Benford, played an almost equal number of snaps — 36 for Elam and 32 for Benford with coach Sean McDermott saying after the game that they wanted to get a long look at the younger corners. Jackson is in the lead for the job right now, evidenced by the team’s confidence to take him out after the opening series, but it remains fluid. At middle linebacker, only so much was gained. Terrel Bernard (hamstring) sat out, giving Tyrel Dodson more time, but nothing on the field put a stamp on him earning the job. Bernard’s health will go a long way in deciding that battle. After the game McDermott said that he doesn’t know “exactly how long it’s going to be, but usually hamstrings take a little bit of time.”. — Alaina Getzenberg

Next game: at Steelers (6:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Colts: Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson, the fourth overall pick, made his debut with a performance that was a mixed bag. Richardson started the game and finished 7-of-12 for 67 yards with an interception. He played three series and was unable to produce any points, but that was as much because of circumstances as it was Richardson’s own performance. The Colts were undermined by field position and penalties during Richardson’s time in the lineup, with two of his three drives starting inside the Indianapolis 10-yard line. Richardson completed his first two attempts but then overthrew Isaiah McKenzie on an apparent miscommunication, resulting in an interception. The Colts were stopped on a fourth-and-1 inside Buffalo territory on Richardson’s second possession and moved 77 yards before missing a 28-yard field goal on his third and final drive. Richardson continues to battle Gardner Minshew for the Week 1 starting job. — Stephen Holder

Next game: vs. Bears (7 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19, NFL Network)

NFL preseason games on Friday, Aug. 11

Packers: It didn’t take Jordan Love long to get going, and he didn’t stay in the game long, either. But the Packers should be encouraged by what they saw in their new starter’s two series. He completed 7 of 10 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown and connected with five different pass-catchers, including Romeo Doubs for the touchdown (a contested 9-yard fade) and for his longest completion (a 12-yard crosser). He was 4-for-5 for 28 yards on play-action. The only thing missing was a deep connection. He overthrew a wide-open Luke Musgrave to end the first series. One play earlier, his pass for Christian Watson got broken up. Love was never pressured on his 10 dropbacks even without his blind-side protector, David Bakhtiari, who likely won’t play in any preseason games. “I thought he looked poised, it looked like he was in total command,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur said at halftime on the TV broadcast. “Obviously on that first series he’d love to have the throw back to Musgrave, but all in all I thought it was a very productive day for him.” Now, the Packers have to decide if that’s enough exhibition work for Love or if they’ll play him again next week. Rookie backup QB Sean Clifford led four scoring drives (three TDs and a field goal) in relief. — Rob Demovsky

Next game: vs. Patriots (8 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Bengals: Could there be frontrunners in a couple of interesting position battles? Jake Browning, last year’s third-string quarterback, played the entirety of the first half with the rest of the second-team offense, while new signee Trevor Siemian played in the second half. Over at right tackle, Jonah Williams got the night off while Jackson Carman played in the game. Browning ran with the starters in the joint practice with Green Bay and had the favorable reps on Friday. As for the offensive-line tussle, between Friday’s participation (or lack thereof) and comments from assistant coach Frank Pollack earlier in training camp, Williams is the clear favorite to cement the right edge of the line. — Ben Baby

Next game: at Falcons (7:30 p.m. ET, Friday, Aug. 18)

Lions: All eyes were on wide receiver Jameson Williams during his first preseason game as he experienced a few highs and lows. As promised, Lions head coach Dan Campbell gave the 2021 No. 12 overall pick a ton of reps while he serves a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s gambling policy. He delivered on a one-handed, two-point conversion reception after a 95-yard punt return touchdown by Maurice Alexander in the third quarter. However, on Detroit’s opening possession, backup quarterback Nate Sudfeld was picked off on a deep right pass intended for Williams by Giants safety Jason Pinnock. Sudfeld also tried to find Williams on another deep play in the first quarter, but they were out of sync as Williams cut to the middle of the field as the pass was thrown up the left side. Overall, Williams was targeted seven times, with two catches for 18 yards, including a deep-ball drop at 5:50 in the first quarter that prompted light boos from the stands. After a couple of joint practices with Giants during the week, the Lions rested many of their starters including quarterback Jared Goff, wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown and defensive lineman Aidan Hutchinson. — Eric Woodyard

Next game: vs. Jaguars (1 p.m. ET, NFL Network, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Giants: Almost all of the Giants’ veteran starters were kept out of the preseason opener after joint practices earlier in the week. That left their draft class in the spotlight, and the results were a mixed bag. Third-round wide receiver Jalin Hyatt had one catch for minus-four yards on 16 offensive snaps. His speed had opened eyes from teammates at camp, with veteran cornerback Adoree’ Jackson even comparing his stride to being “like a Usain Bolt.” Aside from Hyatt being a non-factor in his first NFL game, first-round cornerback Deonte Banks had his ups and downs with a pass breakup while also benefitting from Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams dropping a deep pass. Meanwhile, center John Michael Schmitz Jr., a second-rounder out of Minnesota, fared better while playing the entire first half, and sixth-round cornerback Tre Hawkins III had mostly good moments (several passes defended) aside from a missed tackle. — Jordan Raanan

Next game: vs. Panthers (7 p.m. ET, NFL Network, Friday, Aug. 18)

Falcons: On a night where the Falcons sat nearly all their offensive and defensive starters, the biggest thing to pick up on was conceptually. This was clear on defense where Atlanta was clearly aggressive in the first half. Atlanta shut Miami out, 6-0, in the first half with a red-zone interception from safety DeMarcco Hellams and two other stops inside the Falcons’ 10-yard-line. In the regular season those would have been field goal attempts, but it’s still a good sign for the type of defense coordinator Ryan Nielsen wants to run. Hellams, the Falcons’ seventh-round pick fighting for a roster spot, was around the ball throughout the first half. In totality, Atlanta intercepted Miami’s quarterbacks three times, had five sacks and nine quarterback hits — a dominant display of the type of defense Nielsen would like. — Michael Rothstein

Next game: vs. Bengals (7:30 p.m. ET, Friday, Aug. 18)

Dolphins: The backup quarterback battle went nowhere. Mike White got the start and played the entire first half, completing 9 of 14 passes for 85 yards. He led a pair of trips to the red zone but threw an interception in the end zone on Miami’s opening drive before failing to convert on fourth down in the other. Skylar Thompson wasn’t any better, connecting on 10 of 16 attempts for 104 yards, two interceptions and a lost fumble. The quarterback play as a whole was uninspiring Friday night, and while White remains ahead in the race, neither player did much to help their case. — Marcel Louis-Jacques

Next game: at Texans (4 p.m. ET, NFL Network, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Steelers: In his pregame press conference, coach Mike Tomlin was quick to say second-year quarterback Kenny Pickett needed more preseason reps than a veteran quarterback might, but Pickett and the Steelers’ first-team offense only played one series in the win against the Bucs. Pickett excelled in his short stint, going 6-for-7 for 70 yards and a touchdown — and his lone incompletion was a throw away to avoid a sack. Pickett showed composure as he worked through his progressions, including an 11-yard completion to Diontae Johnson to convert 3rd-and-10 and a 33-yard touchdown to George Pickens on 3rd-and-8. The Steelers’ offense wasn’t as efficient without Pickett, but Mitch Trubisky and Mason Rudolph‘s units also showed glimpses at explosiveness that was lacking a year ago. In the third quarter, Rudolph hit second-year wide receiver Calvin Austin for a 67-yard touchdown. A year ago, the Steelers’ longest pass play was a 57-yard completion from Pickett to Pat Freiermuth. It’s just the preseason, but the early offensive returns are promising. — Brooke Pryor

Next game: vs. Bills (6:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Buccaneers: Baker Mayfield struck first in the Bucs’ quarterback competition, getting the start and completing 8 of 9 passes for 63 yards and a 10-yard touchdown to Trey Palmer. Most importantly, he took care of the football, with no turnovers, which is the No. 1 thing he needed to show after throwing nine picks in 12 practices. Kyle Trask needed to show some playmaking downfield and did so with a 23-yard completion to David Moore, but he was intercepted on that very same drive on a pass intended for Moore. He went 6-of-10 for 99 yards and an interception. Mayfield was the better passer Friday night, and we’ll see if that continues next week when Trask gets the start at the Jets. — Jenna Laine

Next game: at Jets (7:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 19)

Commanders: Washington should be pleased with quarterback Sam Howell‘s preseason start. He wasn’t spectacular, but he was solid. Yes, the offense started slow, with two bad series in large part because of the offensive line. They allowed too much pressure, right tackle Andrew Wylie in particular, and created no running lanes. The result: 10 yards in two series. But Howell and the offense finished strong with a touchdown in its third and final series. Howell (9-for-12, 77 yards) used his legs and arm to generate yards. He extended plays and they also called sprint roll-outs to move the pocket. They’ll need to do a lot of that this season. The line has a lot to prove — they weren’t facing end Myles Garrett, who didn’t play. But Howell did not force any throws and capped the last drive with a 26-yard pass to Jahan Dotson. That could be a productive combination this season. — John Keim

Next game: vs. Ravens (8 p.m. ET on ESPN, Monday, Aug. 21)

Browns: In his preseason debut, quarterback Deshaun Watson was crisp during his one series. Out of a one-hour weather delay, Watson completed all three of his passes for 12 yards, and more impressively, rushed for 20 yards on three carries. Cleveland wound up getting stuffed at the goal line on fourth down to end the drive. But it was an encouraging appearance from Cleveland’s franchise quarterback, especially coming off the shaky six games he started for the Browns last season. Watson likely won’t play in Cleveland’s preseason game in Philadelphia next week following the joint practices with the Eagles. But coach Kevin Stefanski has indicated that Watson will get another tune-up in the preseason finale in Kansas City leading into the start of the regular season. — Jake Trotter

Next game: at Eagles (7:30 p.m. ET, Thursday, Aug. 17)

Cardinals: No one knew what to expect from the Cardinals’ defense heading into Friday night, but it put a unit on display that may exceed expectations this season. Yes, it’s the first preseason game but the way the front seven got pressure on Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson isn’t likely to subside going forward. Defensive lineman L.J. Collier had a batted pass, linebacker Dennis Gardeck sacked Wilson, and the Cardinals’ starting defense had three quarterback hurries, including one on the play right after Gardeck’s sack, all before the second unit took the field. And, at one point, outside linebacker Zaven Collins, who made a position switch this offseason, dropped a massive hit in the first quarter. The depth the second team showed gives hope that this Cardinals’ defense could help anchor this team while Kyler Murray works to return. — Josh Weinfuss

Next game: vs. Chiefs (8 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 19)

Broncos: The Broncos have continued to see depth issues appear during training camp and they crept up in their preseason opener Friday night. The projected regulars exited the game in the second quarter with the Broncos leading 10-0 and in control. What followed were difficulties from the reserves, including a blocked field goal by the Cardinals, four penalties by reserve offensive linemen and a wobbly outing from backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham (5-of-15 passing with an interception). Defensive lineman Elijah Garcia (two sacks), safety Delarrin Turner-Yell and rookie running back Jaleel McLaughlin were notable exceptions among the reserves — McLaughlin scored a 4-yard touchdown with 1:30 to play — but overall what has been one of the team’s biggest concerns coming into training camp is still just that. — Jeff Legwold

Next game: at 49ers (8:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 19)

NFL preseason games on Thursday, Aug. 10

Texans: C.J. Stroud struggled in his first preseason start, which could allow the quarterback competition with Davis Mills to linger. Stroud played two series and went 2-for-4 for 13 yards with an interception. Mills went 9-for-12 for 99 yards with a touchdown. Stroud appeared to be separating in the competition as coach DeMeco Ryans gave Stroud all the first-team offensive reps in practice as he showed better command of the offense. But in his first NFL action, he was tentative, took a sack and threw an interception that led to a Patriots’ field goal. He didn’t have excellent protection, as he was under pressure on 60% of his dropbacks. On the other hand, Mills led the Texans to their only points of the first half with a touchdown throw to rookie receiver Tank Dell. — DJ Bien-Aime

Next game: vs. Dolphins (4 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Patriots: On a night that most starters didn’t play, second-round draft pick Keion White turned in an impressive debut. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound defensive end out of Georgia Tech started on the edge and was disruptive and consistently around the ball. He finished with three tackles, including smothering running back Dare Ogunbowale on a loose exchange with quarterback Davis Mills that linebacker Calvin Munson recovered for a turnover. White’s performance, combined with first-round pick Christian Gonzalez starting at cornerback, infuses youth into an already strong defense that returns every player except Devin McCourty. The Patriots lead the NFL in terms of defensive retention. — Mike Reiss

Next game: at Packers (8 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Seahawks: Drew Lock has yet to put it all together over four NFL seasons, but he showed Thursday night why the Seahawks continue to believe that he’s a starting-caliber quarterback. With Geno Smith and most of Seattle’s veteran first-teamers getting the night off, Lock started against Minnesota and played into the fourth quarter, in large part because the Seahawks want to get him as many reps as possible this preseason after he didn’t play a single snap in last year’s regular season. At times, he looked like he was shaking off rust from almost a calendar year on the bench. But he mostly showed off the tools that made him a second-round pick and a player Seattle badly wanted to acquire in the Russell Wilson trade. Lock completed 17 of 24 passes for 191 yards, two touchdown passes and a tough-luck interception on a throw that was tipped at the line of scrimmage. — Brady Henderson

Next game: vs. Cowboys (10 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

Vikings: Running back Ty Chandler took advantage of an extended look Thursday night as he competes for the No. 2 job behind starter Alexander Mattison. Playing for almost the entire first half, Chandler rushed for 41 yards on 11 carries, while also catching four passes for another 29 yards. Along the way, he demonstrated his ability to make the first defender miss. And he did so, coach Kevin O’Connell said at halftime, on some plays that were not blocked well. With Kene Nwangwu sidelined by injury for most of camp and rookie DeWayne McBride struggling, Chandler has a clear path to the No. 2 job at this point. — Kevin Seifert

Next game: vs. Titans (8 p.m. ET, Saturday, Aug. 19)

NFL preseason games on Sunday Aug. 13

Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints: 1 p.m. ET, NFL Network

San Francisco 49ers at Las Vegas Raiders: 4 p.m. ET, NFL Network

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