As Sunday’s NFL games wrapped up, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay and Miami all saw their records drop to 1-3 after losses. Up in Indianapolis, the Colts edged out the Jags in overtime with a tie-breaking field goal by Adam Vinatieri. The game ended with the Colts winning 16-13.
“We just didn’t finish. We didn’t finish. So I’m not concerned about it because I think this team in that locker room, they know what it takes. We just need to keep consistently putting it together I think as far as the good plays,” said Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley.
In Tampa Bay, Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston threw for a career-high 287 yards and two touchdowns but it was not enough to stop the undefeated Carolina Panthers from winning 37-23. Carolina is now 4-0 for the first time since 2003.
The Miami Dolphins played the New York Jets in London. Miami was not able to crack New York’s defense, going 0 for 12 on third downs and 0 for 4 on fourth downs. The Jets won 27-14 and Miami head coach Joe Philbin is not happy with his team’s current record.
“I expected to be better than one and three…you guys expected to be better than one and three. That’s what we are. As somebody said, you are what you are in football.'”
Next Sunday, the Bucs and the Jags will face off in Tampa, while the Dolphins head into a bye week.
To listen to Bradley’s and Philbin’s audio clips, click below.