Accidents tarnish week two motion as 4 quarterbacks stroll injured

NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (Reuters) – Four starting National Football League (NFL) quarterbacks left their respective games on an injury-ridden afternoon in week two on Sunday.

Dolphins ‘Tua Tagovailoa was carted off with a rib injury in the first quarter of Miami’s 35-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills, while Texans’ Tyrod Taylor left the country with an Achilles tendon after suffering a 15. had secured a 14-7 lead over the Cleveland Browns – yard scramble into the end zone in the second quarter.

The Browns rallied to win 31-21.

Chicago Bears first-round pick Justin Fields replaced Andy Dalton in the second half of their 20-17 home win over the Cincinnati Bengals after the veteran quarterback sustained a knee injury while Carson Wentz left in the Indianapolis fourth quarter Colts’ Los Angeles Rams lost 27:24 after injuring his ankle.

The quarterback problems were among a series of injuries suffered by key NFL players on Sunday.

Three-time Pro Bowl linebacker TJ Watt left for the top division of the league during the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 26:17 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders after a groin injury just days after signing a four-year contract extension worth $ 112 million to become. paid defender.

Denver Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb and five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry also left their respective games against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Texans with injuries.

Reporting by Amy Tennery in New York; Editing by Ken Ferris

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