Patrick Mahomes aces another test in Denver to close a wild Week 4. Also: overtime decisions in the AFC South, where Hue Jackson went wrong, Atlanta's historic losing streak, a Zeke wrinkle, and the biggest problem with Pittsburgh's offense.
5 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2018, 8:40pm by Scott Kacsmar
A historic shootout between the Saints and Falcons doesn't end in a tie. Also: big Andrew Luck concerns, smart Dolphins, deja vu in Jacksonville, The Full Fitzpatrick, and what exactly is Steve Wilks doing in Arizona?
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Cleveland's 19-game winless streak is over after Baker Mayfield's debut ignites a dramatic comeback. Why didn't Hue Jackson start the No. 1 pick sooner? We also look at how coaches go against their word on their rookie QB plans, and why they should start ASAP.
40 comments, Last at 24 Sep 2018, 6:05pm by justanothersteve
Denver pulls out another September comeback at Mile High. A lousy week of kicking denies Kirk Cousins his finest win and a win of any kind for the Browns. Andrew Luck is turning into a dart-thrower, and Nick Foles ties the failed completions record.
Cincinnati held off Baltimore after A.J. Green caught a career-high three touchdowns. Are these offenses showing real improvement yet? Also: based on the point spread, was Baltimore cutting it close inevitable?
2 comments, Last at 16 Sep 2018, 10:41pm by PTORaven
Week 1 was highlighted by an Aaron Rodgers-led comeback unlike any other. Where did the Bears go wrong? Also: Cleveland ties, the longest game ever, Andrew Luck's return spoiled, and the Patriots never lose at home with a touchdown lead after halftime.
It's a new season, but the Falcons and Eagles looked a lot like they did in January. We break down the latest red zone failures for the Falcons, Darren Sproles' huge effort in his return, one-man army wideouts, and how did the new rules look in Game 1?
There were air yards. There were rushing yards. There were QB receiving yards. There were more yards in Super Bowl LII than in any other game in NFL history. The 2017 season ends like it began: with New England's defense getting destroyed.
Jacksonville tried to steal the show, but the Patriots reminded us that quarterbacks are still the main attraction in the NFL. You can't hide them, but you have to protect them late in games. The Patriots did so again to pull off another fourth-quarter comeback.
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