Week 9 in the NFL felt like a year, with all of the news, injuries and bat crap craziness.
Let’s take a look at some of the storylines swirling around the league as we head into week 10, with our News of Nov.
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Josh Allen was the star of Week 9, after not only sacking Bills QB Josh Allen, but also intercepting him and scooping up an Allen fumble.
The Bills too a major beatdown from Urban Meyer and the Jags on Sunday, in what seemed to be an equal shock to both teams.
The normally pedestrian Jacksonville defence looked to be the top of their game, as they held Buffalo to a frustrating Sunday of football.
Urban Meyer keeps his job safe for another week, despite a potential injury to Trevor Lawrence, while the Buffalo Bills need to have a talk amongst themselves to figure out what went wrong.
It was a good day for Josh Allen regardless.
What a bad week for the Las Vegas Raiders.
Not only did Henry Ruggs III make a truly boneheaded move that resulted in death, but rookie Damon Arnette was also cut from the team for bad behaviour.
Arnette reportedly threatened to kill numerous people, as well as harm.
Whatever is going on in Las Vegas, it needs to change as the bad boy reputation of the team continues to drag them down.
OBJ and his dad got their way, as Odell rode off to free agency after a disintegration of their relationship.
Baker Mayfield and the Browns responded in week 9 by absolutely trashing the Bengals in an ugly affair.
Cleveland has a great O line and a solid D, it’s the uo and down play of Baker Mayfield that makes this team hard to trust in the long run, especially the way that the Titans are playing.
In a true game travesty on MNF, the Chicago Bears were royally screwed by bad, bad refs.
In fact the refs were so bad, many Bears fans are tossing out claims of corruption and fix, after some truly biased calls by the refs.
A taunting call that had no taunting, and a ref leaning in to make contact with a Bears player, only so that he could throw a flag on the player for running into him.
Bears fans are livid, and the refs better watch their backs.
Aaron Rodgers continues to have the spotlight shine on him, after it was revealed that he is not vaxxed and thinks he is smarter than everyone else.
Rodgers recent antics in the past few weeks must be a relief to the Packers, who will be losing the all star QB next season. Why court that kind of drama when it’s going to overshadow the team every week?
Packers fans were hopeful that the new heir apparent Jordan Love would step up last week to offer some sort of heroics, only to look like a giant turd against a very weak Chiefs squad.
Green Bay fans can look to Boston to see what their future holds.
Just another average team, with an average QB.
Michael Irvin has been choking on his own spittle for the past few days, as his Dallas Cowboys laid a giant turd against a mediocre Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Teddy looked far superior to Dak, and the running game of the Broncos could not be stopped as they stole a W from the Cowboys.
Fans in Texas will wonder if this was just a blip, or if the Cowboys just aren’t that good.
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