Week 7: NFL Game Wrap-Up

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Arizona Cardinals – This defense hasn’t been the turnover machine that it was in weeks past and it’s making for some interesting games.

Atlanta Falcons – How do you have Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones, and Matt Ryan; and only beat the Tennessee Titans by 3 points?

Baltimore Ravens – Apparently Flacco is only elite when he has elite receivers to throw to

Buffalo Bills – Buffalo fans who were so pumped to have Rex Ryan as their coach are probably singing a different tune after the teams loss in London.

Carolina Panthers – The real reason the Panthers are 6-0? Cam Newton’s smile… and the best linebackers in the league.

Chicago Bears – No Game. No Recap.

Cincinnati Bengals – No Game. No Recap.

Cleveland BrownsThis video sums up the Browns season in 10 seconds.

Dallas Cowboys – No comment. Next question.

Denver Broncos – No Game. No Recap.

Detroit Lions – Matt Stafford got beat the hell up in this game and if he isn’t concussed, is probably wondering how a playoff team goes 1-6 the next year.

Green Bay Packers – No Game. No Recap.

Houston Texans – JJ Watt and company have allowed more first touchdowns (12) than some teams have given up all year.

Indianapolis Colts – If Pagano is fighting for his job, is it possible that he’s running an injured Luck out there; or is Luck just really that bad this year?

Jacksonville Jaguars – Just when the Jaguars were in the middle of reminding everyone that they’re the Jaguars, they actually pull out a win.

Kansas City Chiefs – Nobody wants to say it, but this win might have just killed their chances at the #1 pick next year.

Miami Dolphins – Ryan Tannehill holds the NFL record for consecutive completions at 25; yes – you heard that correctly.

Minnesota Vikings – The Vikings are the class of the NFC North*  Note: this only includes teams that played on Sunday.

New England Patriots – Tom Brady filled in nicely for injured RB, Dion Lewis by leading the team in rushing TD’s (1), attempts (4), and yards (15).

New Orleans Saints – With a chance at winning the division all but lost, the Saints can just play spoiler – and they’re doing a good job.

New York Giants – As the temperature on Coughlin’s coaching seat heats up, so do the Giants, always playing just well enough to keep him employed.

New York Jets – According to the announcers, the reason the Jets didn’t have any timeouts to use late in the game is because they didn’t use them earlier… what?

Oakland Raiders – The Raiders seemed to enjoy their romp in Southern California – maybe this will make a great permanent home.

Philadelphia Eagles – Maybe part of Chip Kelly’s plan to run more plays includes receivers dropping balls to stop the clock… probably not, but you never know.

Pittsburgh Steelers – I think we can officially say that Ben Roethlisberger’s job is safe – Landry Jones has a ways to go.

San Diego Chargers – Rivers threw the ball 58 times – a figure which is slightly lower than the number of kids he hopes to eventually have.

San Francisco 49ers – I hope this team’s strategy is to play for the #1 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, because they’re certainly playing that way.

Seattle Seahawks – A win against the lowly Niners was just what the Legion of Boom needed to feel good about themselves again.

St. Louis Rams – If it’s true that defense wins championships, then we should start fitting these guys for Super Bowl rings immediately.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Oh the Buccos – snagging defeat from the jaws of victory.

Tennessee Titans – Not since 2005 have two teams combined for less than 18 points.

Washington RedskinsYOU LIKE THAT. YOU LIKE THAT.