Week 11 in the NFL is done and dusted.
So what did we learn?
Well, Wade & Ryan didn’t do as well with their picks as they thought.
Wade pulled off a 9-4 and Ryan rolled down with a 7-6.
Not bad for a tough week.
So what are some of the things we learned in Week 11?
It’s Almost Over?
Remember that barren feeling of mid-February? Well, that’s coming back. Although there will be some XFL to numb the pain of the season.
This season has flown by already, and as we hit the the run-up to the playoffs, everything is on the table.
Every game counts. Even ones against the Bengals
Myles Garrett is a bad, bad man. Doesn’t matter what Mason Rudolph did, he’s the QB and you don’t try to smash his puny head in. Garrett will attempt to appeal, but he’s going to need to STFU and start doing LOTS of charity work.
He has a lot to atone for, and he will need to make the best out of being a bad man.
Lamar Jackson is ripping through the NFL. After decimating the Patriots, LJ went out and made Deshaun Watson look like a punk. Their team came together in a grand ole affair, running all over Bill O’Brien and his inconsistent team. Watson was chased and hassled all game.
Everyone is going to need a Lamar Jackson plan, because he is coming for you all.
The Bears continue to struggle, pissing off loyal fans everywhere. How do we fix the rot?
Why is the person who made the decision to go for Trubisky not being strung up and quartered somewhere?
Their O-line stinks, and they haven’t been able to stop the run since Hicks went down with injury.
Trubisky was benched for health reasons against the Rams, and it’s going to be a hard season to watch them finish out.
Plus every kicker seems to be cursed.
Is there some sort of ‘Wide Right’ spell that is cast on them as soon as they enter Soldier Field?
The Cardinals vs 49ers game was extremely frustrating for anyone who had a bet on the game.
When they recovered the ball on the last play of the game to put the game to an even 10 point spread infuriated fans who had money on the game everywhere.
You kidding me Arizona.
Luckily, I chose a bookmaker who had the spread at 11 points, so I was able to save something.
Hate games like that.
What a tough game for the Vikings, and even tougher for the Broncos.
They had the Vikes bent over a barrel, squealing like a pig.
And then they loosened the grip, allowing the Vikings to make a Super Bowl like comeback.
Good for the hometown crowd, but exhausting for the Broncos who choked so hard, they should have asked for a ‘safe word’.
The Raiders have been playing well and keeping themselves in most games.
Josh Jacobs has been ripping it up, and given how pathetic their division is, it’s hard not to see them making a playoff push.
Jon Gruden has to be happy with himself this season, turning the drama of the draft and the AB situation into an after thought.
Good focused football, and a healthy team with a solid O line.
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