See that, Brock? Those guys with the white jerseys? They are called “defenders.” You do not want to throw the ball to them. Brock? Brock?
In the Patriots-Texans game, Osweiler clearly did not listen to me, giving Duron Harmon, Logan Ryan, and Devin McCourty the ball and, most likely, bonus cash. Quite frankly, Brady was just as bad, with 2 picks, 20 incomplete passes, and 2 sacks. This time Gisele has no one to blame, with 4 players averaging over 11 yards per catch: no Wes Welker (currently with the Los Angeles Rams) or Kembrell Thompkins (currently with the New York Jets).
In the Steelers-Chiefs game, Big Ben was bigger for Kansas City than Pittsburgh, with a 27.7 QB rating due to 1 pick and 11 incomplete passes. No, far more like Big Boswell: the Steelers’ kicker had more field goals than it seemed Roethlisberger threw completions. And here’s the (not) surprising fact: 2 former Eagles blew the game. I’m not going to name names, but these guys names are Andy Reid (anti-onside kick) and Jeremy Maclin (anti-tying catch).
In the Seahawks-Falcons game, RB Rawls rushed for 137 yards against the Falcons. Oops, I meant 137 less yards than he did against the Lions. He clearly was lion, as he rushed for just 34 yards on 11 carries. QB Matt Ryan had 2 less sack yards, 1 more TD, 2 less picks and 113 more passing yards than Russell Wilson. Wrussell away, my friend. You’ll never beat Matt.
In the Packers-Cowboys game, no one seemed to tell Dak that to officially complete a comeback, you have to win the game. Aaron’ it out this game, Rodgers passed for 356 yards, or 268 more yards than his team rushed for. Better yet, 274 more yards than the team without Rodgers rushed for. So much for Dak Attack.
Packers 31, Falcons 24 Patriots 28, Steelers 21
Packers 45, Patriots 42