Week 10 is done and dusted, and we have learned a lot from the games & upsets that shook our hearts in the NFL.
The Saints took a mushroom stamp to the cheek, the Bills tossed salad on their winning ways, and the Bears struggled to find ways to move the ball.
Which teams look solid going forward?
Wade & Ryan break down all of the games, as well as live stream this podcast on Facebook.
They go over some of the big games and surmise what went wrong, what went right, and how it will determine their forward fate.
Some of the games they discuss include:
Chiefs vs Titans
Ouch. Ryan Tannehill made you look stupid, and that hardly ever happens. Mahomes reverted to his Kermit self and was a total Muppet in this game, as the Titans D clamped down. Henry looked phenomenal for a guy you would normally keep on your fantasy bench.
What will the Chiefs do going forward?
Bills vs Browns
The Browns needed a win, and got it-but did it in a ramrod fashion. How many times do you need to be inside the 10…and still not score? The Bills looked like they were calling it in, already planning their Sunday night wing plans.
The Browns won, but are still hopeless.
Coaching does matter huh?
Falcons vs Saints
Matty Ice is on fire! Too bad the Saints looked like they were soaked in accelerants. The Saints had room to lose, but not by this bad and this much. They actually made the Falcons look good, which is a bad thing to do.
Brees and Payton need to get this offence humming again and score at will.
If they don’t learn from this game, it’s trouble.
Ravens vs Bengals
Watching the Bengals, is like watching a documentary on killing tigers, then harvesting their organs as entrees at Chinese weddings. It is sad, and you wonder what actual real good comes out of it.
The Ravens and LJ were riding high after smacking the school bully the previous week.
That bully will be back though, and daddy has some plans.
Lions vs Bears
The Lions were down the incredible Matt Stafford, and still managed to make a game out of it. Depleted and broken, they were close to stabbing the Bears in the eye. Mitch Trubisky looked like his usual self in the first half, then came alive in the second half to shred some points.
He still is Mitch though, and committing to him going forward is an issue.
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