New Orleans pulls off the most improbable comeback of the season. Also: 7-2 showdown in NFC, the upset of the year, Atlanta and Seattle blunder their way to drama on Monday night, and what happened to all the exciting prime-time games this season?
2 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2017, 07:09pm by Mountain Time ---- formerly Ninjalectual
Blake Bortles threw two picks after the two-minute warning with his team trailing, and Jacksonville still won the game. Did someone say Chargers BINGO? Also: Steelers squeak by in a small game plus "30 for 30" for Big Ben and Matthew Stafford.
In a week low on drama, Seattle and Washington had plenty. Should Doug Baldwin have scored his touchdown? Also: Atlanta drops another one, savagery in Houston, and The Overachievers Bowl between Oakland and Miami.
Houston and Seattle put on a classic shootout. Deshaun Watson is getting used to high-scoring losses. Also: Atlanta avoids an AFC East sweep, the Colts trigger a SICO, Detroit's magic beans disappear in the red zone, and the Patriots survive another close one.
9 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2017, 02:13pm by Scott Kacsmar
Multiple untimed downs. A star player ejected. Another long deflected touchdown in a Kansas City game. The awesome Pylon Cam. Thursday night's game had a little bit of everything, and a lot of crow served up by presumed FO reader Amari Cooper.
Return scores galore and an important return for Marcus Mariota. Also: Atlanta blows another one, while Oakland finally blows one (to the Chargers no less). Finally, the best 0-6 team ever, the But Fumble?, and Detroit gets close to the largest comeback in NFL history.
14 comments, Last at 20 Oct 2017, 07:21am by Anon Ymous
An instant classic in Dallas. Also: the sweetest two-point conversion ever, requiem for the Giants, A.J. Green's shaky day, Jay Cutler pulls a Mike McMahon, and the Rams show they're not quite ready to overtake Seattle.
2 comments, Last at 10 Oct 2017, 06:33pm by Scott Kacsmar
The Chiefs get to 4-0 with another game-winning drive. Also: New England keeps losing games it always used to win, the end of Matt Ryan's incredible streak that no one knew about, and could Rams-Cowboys be the NFL's next great rivalry?
4 comments, Last at 04 Oct 2017, 01:20pm by mehllageman56
The coin flips the other way for the Lions and Falcons. Also: the rarity of dropped interceptions during comebacks, Aaron Rodgers slays some demons, Pittsburgh comes up small, Philadelphia's record kick, Von Miller's psych-out, and other fun.