Has it always been this bad at the bottom??? Even when NE gets a TD it feels like they lose. Defensive assignment missed. Vs Miami the WR was celebrating and the officials called him out which he was. Looks like they'll win today but that's a second string qb. Mac Jones, Jets Wilson, and Broncos Wilson are a depth of bad I don't recall. Think I'd take Mac of the three but that's saying little. NE could've actually been in the playoffs if not for the lateral vs the Raiders and last week came back only to screw it up in the end.
Down 27-0, Jags come back to beat the Chargers 31-30 LOL. Definitely enjoy this one.
I think SF probably has the most momentum of any team going into the playoffs that's a serious contender. I'm not sure how it will end up, but Brock Purdy's job is much much easier with the likes of the offensive cast surrounding him.
I think DL has a shot against SF. It's their defensive pressure, and I'm not entirely sold on the SF DBs. I always cheer against Dallas in the Jerry Jones era.
I'm not really sure on the Giants game. Phili's been the best team all season in the NFC, but there's still the question of if Jalen Hurt can win the game with his arm alone? To their credit it feels like their just a little bit more intelligent and composed than their opponent.
Bills vs Cinci? Bills. I like KC over the Bills either at a neutral location or if it were in Buffalo. I'm a bit concerned with INTs by Josh Allen.
If Cinci wins than uh oh KC. Burrows is 3-0 vs them.
Thrilled to see and honest to goodness snow game! Something you hardly see anymore with climate change and domed stadiums. Reminds me of my days as a youngling watching football in the 70's.
I saw a few highlights of this game on Sky Sports this morning, and was inwardly celebrating the snowy setting, very evocative. Also in the seventies, I attended a few games of (the rest of the world’s) football played in snow, before the era of playing in slippers on undersoil-heated pitches.
I think once Dallas lost Pollard to injury that really handicapped them because the only other threat was Lamb. Pollard has super speed which allowed him to be a threat past the edge. So then the game came down to Shanahan sticking with the run for it to finally develop a bit at the end. The two INTs were pretty bad, but the second was deflating because it was so deep in SF territory. It's another Dallas clunker because basically Shanahan wasn't going to let his rookie do much more than the bare minimum. The good thing for SF is it doesn't look like they need to blitz much. They can do well enough with the front four and then drop back in coverage.