The race to avoid losing the NFC East heats up. The Chargers ultimately fail to blow a huge lead against the Jets. The Taysom Hill experiment provides no clarity whatsoever. Your Audibles crew discusses.
The Audibles crew discusses a wet and windy Week 10, featuring a logjam at the top of the NFC West, a logjam to avoid the top of the NFC East, and something very special from DeAndre Hopkins (sorry, Rivers).
The Ravens, Chiefs, and Steelers all win. The Jaguars, Cowboys, and Lions all lose. The Falcons almost blow a huge lead, and the Chargers blow yet another game in a silly way. Just another normal Sunday, right? Not exactly...
The Chicago Bears are currently the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Two teams suffer their first losses of the year. The Patriots are blown out 33-6 at home. The Cowboys stake a claim to being the worst team in the league. In a weird, weird season, one thing remains constant: the Falcons found yet another crazy way to blow a late lead.
The Steelers and Titans remain unbeaten, but the Jets are shut out in Miami for their sixth straight loss by at least two scores. Meanwhile, the Patriots fall below .500 in Week 5 or later for the first time since 2002, and the previously-unbeaten Packers are blown out in Tampa Bay.
97 comments, Last at 20 Oct 2020, 05:55pm by jheidelberg
Blowouts abound on a truncated day of NFL action, where the mood swings wildly from the high of Alex Smith's return from a gruesome leg injury, to the deep, deep low of Dak Prescott suffering a season-ending ankle injury of his own, to a wild Vikings-Seahawks game on Sunday night.
91 comments, Last at 14 Oct 2020, 04:29pm by jheidelberg
Dak Prescott has a huge game and loses. Carson Wentz looks terrible, but wins anyway because he's playing against Nick Mullens. Tom Brady shatters even more records in Tampa Bay, while Josh Allen supplants him as the top quarterback in the AFC East. Your Audibles crew discusses a wildly variable Week 4.
92 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2020, 08:30pm by Noah Arkadia
13 different teams hit the 30-point mark in Week 3, including a surprise shootout between the Rams and Bills, a less surprising shootout between the Packers and Saints, and an even less surprising shootout between the Cowboys and Seahawks. The Eagles and Bengals tied again, and the Falcons blew another big lead.