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  1. The Dolphins went without wide receiver DeVante Parker in their Week Two victory over the Jets despite signs during the week that he was ready to play after recovering from a broken finger. After the game, Parker said he wasn’t OK with not playing and that he had not heard from head coach Adam Gase [more]
  2. It’s been a memorable start to the 2018 season with standout performances that turned lesser-known players into sudden sensations. This week we take a look at 12 new players who could emerge under the spotlight.In Week 2 we saw Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Keelan Cole go from a name talked about among analysts to being featured on SportsCenter for his one-handed catch. Each week it’s a different player, a different story and a new breakout star.Here are 12 unheralded players set to step up in NFL Week 3. Rashard Higgins, wide receiver, Cleveland BrownsWhile all eyes will naturally draw towards Antonio Callaway as the emerging receiver without Josh Gordon, the real player to watch is Higgins.He impressed in the offseason and in Week 2 with Gordon out, finished with a team-high seven targets. This is a target trusted by quarterback Tyrod Taylor, and while Thursday’s matchup against the New York Jets may not light up the scoreboard, this offense desperately needs to move the football.Given Jarvis Landry mi
  3. We’ve been calling Ryan Fitzpatrick “FitzMagic” for years now, and his recent explosion of touchdown passes for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has brought the moniker back to life in a big way the past couple of weekends.So, it’s not surprising to hear that a trademark for “FitzMagic” was filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office last week.Only, Ryan Fitzpatrick is not the player behind the trademark. Another NFL player who has been going by the same nickname since high school — Miami Dolphins rookie cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick of the Miami Dolphins — has taken initiative to secure it.According to ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe, the trademark was filed with the intent of using “FitzMagic” to sell merchandise and apparel.This is a very savvy preemptive move by Minkah Fitzpatrick and his representatives. Given the overwhelming popularity of Ryan Fitzpatrick right now, someone was bound to try and make a fortune off “FitzMagic” apparel.We’re just surprised it wasn’t the Harvard grad.
  4. Week 2 of the NFL season is behind us. It gave us plenty of blunders that left us scratching our heads, wondering what we just saw.The Cleveland Browns found another way to lose a game. While kicker Zane Gonzalez deserves plenty of blame, Hue Jackson and the coaching staff do as well. And as bad as they were, a blunder from the quarterback was arguably just as costly. Additionally, the Browns were not the only team with glaring kicking problems in Week 2. The seemingly never-ending kicking woes of the Minnesota Vikings continued at Lambeau Field.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued their surprising start by beating up on the Philadelphia Eagles. One member of the Super Bowl champs just couldn’t seem to get anything right. After a strong Week 1 outing, mistakes against the Miami Dolphins brought New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold back to earth in Week 2.Those were just some of the top blunders from Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season.Cleveland done in by a hurt kicker Gonzalez and the Browns had a nightmare day on
  5. Iconic New York Jets fan Fireman Ed is once again taking up the role in leading the famous Jets chant for the team’s home opener.Fireman Ed, real name Ed Anzalone, says he is coming out of “retirement” to lead the chant and give an “old-school jump start” to festivities Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. As you can see, Sam Darnold is just bringing everyone out of the woodwork. Fireman Ed hasn’t done this regularly since 2012 due to some negative interactions with other fans, but this won’t be the first time he’s returned to action on a one-off basis. Victory is certainly assured now.