Another wicked and wild weekend of football has just passed, and this could be the strangest, coolest NFL season yet.
What the heck happened in week 11? What does this mean for the rest of the season? Can I finally play Ryan Fitzpatrick?
All of these and more in our Week 11 Thoughts.
It was a good week for Wade, who went 11-4 in his Week 11 picks.
Ryan still found some gold, but was only able to go 7-8 on the week.
Bears and Bills both lost, which helps you figure out where the guys went wrong.
Jonathan Taylor has emerged as the true beast of the NFL running backs, after having another massive display.
Taylor smoked through the Bills defence with ease, making Buffalo look like a bunch of Sunday chumps.
Wentz continues to make bonehead plays, but with Taylor leading the charge, the Colts look playoff bound.
Ryan Tannehill got whacked by a Texas sized problem on Sunday, as the Texans thoroughly choked out the top tier Tennessee Titans.
It was like watching one of those UFC stars stroll into a local bar, talk some trash, then get taken down by a local high school wrestler.
It was a bad beatdown.
The Titans struggled to impress by being a definitive AFC leader, losing to the worst team in the division only goes to show how out of whack the whole AFC is.
The Kansas City Chiefs continued to play the ‘we’re not dead’ tune again this week, as they were able to eek out a win against a stuttered Dak and company.
The Chiefs were once again led by their D, who play like every down depends on it, in a tough W over a tepid Cowboys team.
The world once again is heralding KC to return to the Super Bowl fold, forgetting just how trash-tastic they were in the first weeks of the season.
Cam Newton is back for short yardage plays in Carolina, as the Panthers just couldn’t usurp their nemesis Ron Rivera.
Having already beat cancer, Rivera wasn’t phased facing his former malignance in a defensive match up for the week.
Cam Newton has oodles of energy, but he still can’t hit the deep ball, which is going to affect their chances of going deep this season.
No subtext here, time to fire Nagy.
The Bears and Andy Dalton held a lead against Huntley and the Ravens on Sunday, only to get beat by a late time, garbage ball to allow them to score.
Chicago’s defence was horrible, and Andy Dalton was left in the lurch by the team.
At least the Eagles can show everyone how to win when you’re in your rebuilding years.
Baker Mayfield seems like a shadow of his former self, as he struggled again on Sunday, this time against the Detroit Lions.
Despite being propped by being 13 point faves, the Browns were a total stinker against a Detroit team missing their starting QB.
It seems that the golden years of the Browns are over before the patina even showed signs of appearing.
Cleveland’s only hope next year is to trade for Aaron Rodgers.
Las Vegas is hurting this year after being ‘Gruden’d’, then grinded by injuries and accusations, as the Raiders season was over before it even began.
Like the Browns, the Raiders are at that point where they need to decide if the QB really fits.
Vegas might need to start looking ahead next year, trading Carr away to salvage the rest of the team. Is Carr the guy you want for the long haul?
The Eagles are playing some great football, with a multi-headed running attack, and a whip smart attack by the fleet footed Jalen Hurts.
Philadelphia is easily showing everyone how to be a good team during your rebuilding years.
Philly has 3 FIRST ROUND picks in the 2022 draft.
Look out NFC East!
Join us this Thursday at the Sports Bar & Grill Old Street, and Clapham as we host some great Thanksgiving games.
Bears vs Lions at 5:30pm, followed by the Raiders vs Cowboys at 9:30pm.
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