Overreaction and overreaction to everything that happened in Sunday afternoon games Week 9 …
Things that make me giddy
Josh Allen from Beautiful Buffalo: Bills picked Allen in part because of his ability to play in bad weather, but those rains / winds have left him with some problems this year. On the contrary, he excelled when the condition was ideal. On an absurdly warm November day in Orchard Park, he wiped out the Seahawks’ blissful defense with a near-perfect performance (31 to 38, 415 yards, three passes, 1 attack TD). The gap in the midfield play in this match was enormous, with Allen simply overcoming Russell Wilson. Allen will have ups and downs, but for now he is the reason why a team with ineffective defense is sitting at 7-2 and only taking down the MVP title is supposed to be real.
Leslie Frazier and Sean McDermott Push right buttons: Two weeks ago, we saw Vance Joseph carry the traumatic shell of the Cardinals defense and constantly annoy Russell Wilson with well-timed fouls. Bills̵7;s struggling defense suffered the same hit and got the same result on Sunday. Don’t be fooled by Wilson’s junk timing buffer; they rocked him for most of Sunday, causing many false fires and forcing him to turn four times in the process.
Steel man survived: Yes, Dallas delivered the best punch in this game, and the Cowboys’ superior special teams made a big impact. But the Pittsburgh crime was also slow for the second week in a row. Good teams win when they don’t reach their top form – but what is the best thing this offense, having yet to find consistent uniformity, has to come up with?
Forward To: Things would have been easier considering the Cardinals lacked a four-man pass, and Tagovailoa did some long-time throws and flashed some escape abilities you didn’t see in his debut. that. Dolphin fans can breathe out – now there’s no need to guess the QB switch again.
Xavien Howard won against DeAndre Hopkins: Howard, who painted most of the work opposite Hopkins, was so excellent in this game, he just came across a cheerful executive team. He allowed two catches and a free-kick that actually blocked the pass (although he was flagged three more times).
Raven Defense will carry them: And, honestly, offense is not a struggle that bad – they ran into a really good Colts defense on Sunday, and they just had to clear the turn forward. Baltimore got back on track at Indy, the defense dominated the second half, leaving Indy 65 meters and 0 points in the first four possession in the second half.
Cam Heyward as Kyra Sedgwick in Closer: This fourth sack shut it down pretty much in Dallas (even if it got fun on the last drive).
Minkah Fitzpatrick completes another: For the second week in a row, he got the PBU in the last zone to ensure the Steelers win. It’s hard to find an acquisition that has had a bigger impact over the past decade.
Garrett Gilbert was almost enough: Considering the opponent, his team’s overall turmoil and the fact that he had just arrived less than a month, to have a 55-minute lead against the Steelers – and a chance of winning on the last throw – It was too much of a start for Gilbert’s success.
Isaiah Johnson’s conversion of savings: The second year corner kicked off throw-ins to 6 ‘4 ”Mike Williams and 6′ 8” Donald Parham in the final two innings of the game to secure the Raiders’ victory over Chargers.
Bones Fassel is a mage: The special teams coordinator is the best thing about the Dallas Cowboys 2020. This pseudo-polished design, launched in a perfect situation, is amazing (there’s a flag for a bot lane block, but this still flips the pitch 60 yards.
Joe Brady puts the leaders in a blender: Carolina let the Chiefs defenders point at each other in a 15-time play to open the game. Teddy Bridgewater didn’t always have a striker element in midfield, but this foul continued to hurt the opponent.
Teddy Bridgewater Ends the Run: On 4th and 14th must have.
Good for Jake Luton: Facing Texas is a bit like a 1-1 World video game, but scoring for a rookie leading 80 yards is a must in the final two minutes of the first game.
Relaaaaaax, About Daniel Jones: Jameis Winston’s weekly value comparisons are ridiculous – in fact, both throw out too many times. And breathe oxygen. And there are vowels in their names. But Winston’s first leg comes because he frequently ignores level two defenders (it is difficult to work around), while Jones comes because he is too often trying to stretch games and play under Contact caution (this is problematic, but fixable). Regardless of the number of pedestrians, Jones appeared sharp Sunday against a Football Team quality defense, behind a shaky attack line and with a collection of error-prone recipients (Evan Engram has serious case of drops). The giants are likely out of Trevor Lawrence’s range, and if they have one of the other Big Three QBs in the draft (Justin Fields, Trey Lance) then there’s a chat. If they don’t, there’s no reason they shouldn’t feel cautiously optimistic about the man they call Abracadaniel going forward.
Brian Daboll’s Third and 16th Call: Seattle was pretty daring at the flash game, and it ended up paying the price.
Justin Herbert is the greatest QB 1-6 ever to live: And the failure rate of four of those losses was Chargers-y as it received.
The smallest throw window possible: Ryan Tannehill’s perfect location, and the high concentration of AJ Brown, who is emerging as an unrivaled weapon.
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Russell Wilson holidays: For the second time in three weeks, a rival dialed the blit at the right time and Wilson rushed. Some serious junk timing buffers and some relief flags this one looks as bad on paper as it does on film, but Wilson is indecisive, out of target and prone to mistakes (four turns back) in another game in which his supporting cast is more talented than the opponent.
Bears Implode in Slow-Motion: Faced with a Titans defense that had historically worsened in the third down leg, Bears lost 2-1 in the third round and failed to score a single goal until they faced a 21-point deficit. in the remaining five minutes. Everyone knows about the midfield situation, but Chicago has done very little to address the attack line issues, and the reruns they traded for the previous two drafts despite limited draft capital went 14 times in 30 meters and a fumble was retracted for a scoop – and scored in Nashville. That 5-1 stepping stone was removed by a streak of three defeats, with a surprise visit by the Vikings and followed by an upcoming Lambeau visit.
Zane Gonzalez shocked the world: By the way up short from a distance of 49 meters in an attempt to find a goal capable of tie the match in the last two minutes. Dolphins chose the first installment in the next series to seal the game.
“Delay” is subjective: Officials usually give you an extra tick after the match clock hits 0, but you may have cooked a delicious barbecue between 0 and the time the ball was captured. (Whatever the missed call, though, this was terribly done by corner rookie CJ Henderson.)
Bail Out Kliff officials: In the second consecutive game, Kingsbury had dialed a pathetic playcall at the fourth table, leading to Kyler Murray sighing in prayer 12 yards behind the writer line. But instead of declining sales in their territory, an inexplicable flag of interference on Xavien Howard led to penalties and a second chance for the Cardinals. Kyler Murray finished first in the next game, and in the final area two games later to gain the right to move on, encountering in the third round that could never have happened.
Heartbreaking Joey Slye at 67 Yards: Every Panthers game makes Slye try to score a record. He may have had the gap with a potential game winner in Kansas City, but it is wide to the right (quite a bit).
The Red Zone Wheel of Ravens: Another game this week, with Gus Edwards coughing on his first run and finish.
Drew Lock’s experiment got a worse turn: The return to the fourth quarter was very good, but for the second week in a row the Broncos failed to score a single goal until into the second half and when they were led by three touches. You will show up most of the time in those situations, as Broncos did on Sunday. On a quick basis, the bad continues to outweigh the good with Lock. He has seven games in his probationary period to keep this job for 2021. If things go like that and the Broncos have a shot at one of the Big Three defenders, they’ll have to make a change.
Texans give a great welcome gift to Jake Luton: Man, this Texas defense is bad on the next level. Facing rookie in the sixth round Jake Luton, they allowed the TD 73 yards in the first split second and even stood on foot more than usual as Luton beat Jaguars 80 meters in 87 seconds for a late touch that had can tie it to two. – point conversion.
The lion goes out with a whisper: After letting a man walk late against the Colts, the Lions arrive in Minnesota, lie down and die because they seem to have the intention of wasting another year of Matthew Stafford. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, they were supposed to be playing a game with Kenny Golladay as he renewed his contract, playing into an unfortunate story of the Bob Quinn era that this franchise shunned the players. star.
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The moments we will tell our grandchildren about
Philip Rivers, Outfield batter:
Darrell Daniels Save Christmas: A play that shouldn’t have turned out well for the Cardinals but led to a loss.
Punter stared down at the barrel. Promising signs for an ambitious young passer like Joseph Carlton. It expands a drive that ends with a single touch down.
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What we will talk about this week
Russ To Door MVP Open: Buffering the junk time stats may have been enough to maintain the favorite state, but this was Wilson’s second problematic performance in three games. Again, an unmanned but very cheerful opponent drove him off target and recklessly with the ball. With Patrick Mahomes starting to do just that and Tom Brady getting ready for a big second half it may not be long before we have a new favorite movie.
The Vikings live: Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, but the Vikings went on a nasty win over Lambeau with a 14-point win over the Lions that weren’t close to the final score indicated. They now have Chicago and Dallas in the next two weeks with a chance to return to .500. In fact, let’s go beyond ourselves. What else must we do to stay busy?
Now Alex Smith in Washington: With Kyle Allen out. That would be a good story, but still can’t figure out a reason to start Smith instead of Dwayne Haskins.
Once the Panthers added some talent …: This team will take over NFC South. It’s hard to find a coaching staff doing more and less by 2020.
How good are the steelmakers ?: On the other hand, the wrongdoing situation still has many question marks – the past 10 quarters have not been very good. But on the other hand, they are good enough to win 8-0.
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