The weekend's biggest upset goes under the Football Outsiders lens.
Fumbling out of the back of the end zone gets its prime-time moment. Is Seattle loaded for January? Did Philadelphia's short passing game get exposed?
Blake Bortles. Blaine Gabbert. If there's anything more clickbait than those four words, we don't know about it.
An underachieving Giants defense meets a suddenly struggling Chiefs offense and one team keeps going south. And surprisingly, it's not the Giants.
FO readers voted for it: Let's watch Chaz Green's day in the sun together.
Some things never change. Some things do.
For the second week in a row, the Panthers get written about because they were involved in the only upset. And for the seventh week in a row, the Bucs look bad.
On a day with only one upset, we are forced to praise John Fox. Or something like that.
After five brilliant games, the Chiefs got punched out by the buzzsaw that was Le'Veon Bell.
The Jaguars claim another scalp, and the Steelers work on appearing in this column multiple times in the same season for what feels like the millionth year in a row.
Sean McDermott and the Bills have shown that Rex Ryan was a fraud, while the Falcons have shown that splits happen.