Sam Bradford completed 17-of-20 passes for 162 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in the Eagles' third preseason game.
Bradford's interception wasn't his fault; Nelson Agholor dropped a pass that hit him in both hands and volleyballed it to Colts CB Darius Butler for the pick. The Colts' defense looked slow and bad on Saturday night, although to be fair they were playing without several starters. Bradford was comfortable amid little pass rush. He'll open the season as a low-ceiling, low-end QB2.
Jets ILB David Harris left Saturday's preseason game with a shoulder injury.
Harris went down near the end of the first half. He spent a decent amount of time on the ground before slowly walking off the field with trainers. He headed straight to the locker room. It's obviously not surprising Harris didn't return to a preseason game, but a multi-week ailment can't be ruled out. It's also entirely possible Gang Green is just being cautious.
Golden Tate 3-of-5 passes for 29 yards in Detroit's third preseason game.
He started opposite Marvin Jones, with Anquan Boldin playing the slot. Tate saw fewer targets than Jones, but Detroit's offense is going to be wide open this season. He's a low-end WR2.
Delanie Walker left the Titans' third preseason game after the first quarter with an apparent illness.
CBS Sports' Tracy Wolfson reports Walker "didn't feel right" and "couldn't catch his breath." He walked back into the locker room and is officially questionable to return. Walker played a few snaps but was not targeted before exiting. The issue does not appear serious right now, but it is a situation to monitor.
Colts LG Jack Mewhort left Saturday night's preseason game with a knee injury.
The Colts' offensive line struggled badly against the Eagles' defense and could ill afford to lose Mewhort, who is arguably the shaky unit's best member.
Matthew Stafford completed 14-of-23 passes for 95 yards and an interception in Detroit's third preseason game.
Stafford was mostly in command outside of his interception. He's coming off a strong finish to 2015, but is a candidate to take a step back without Calvin Johnson. The Lions offensive line remains a concern despite their offseason additions. Stafford has completed 26-of-40 passes for 266 yards and no touchdowns through three preseason games.
Matt Forte rushed 10 times for 28 yards in Saturday's preseason game, catching 2-of-3 targets for nine yards.
Making his preseason debut (and finale), Forte got the ball five times on Gang Green's opening drive. He dominated the first quarter snaps, though Bilal Powell notched seven touches of his own by halftime. The biggest takeaway is that Forte looked 100 percent healthy, and was heavily involved as a pass catcher. Powell is going to cut into Forte's third down work, but the longtime Bear is a strong RB2.
Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 9-of-16 passes for 76 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants, also losing a fumble.
To put it mildly, Fitz looked rusty. He was extremely lucky to escape without an interception. His touchdown was a staredown to Eric Decker, who beat sticky coverage from Janoris Jenkins. Otherwise, Fitz was sailing passes left and right, seeming to struggle with his mechanics. It's not a surprise after he spent the entire summer playing contract hardball. Fitz closes the book on the preseason completing 16-of-29 throws for 183 yards (6.31 YPA), one score and zero picks. He'll remain a matchup-based QB2 in his age-34 season.