NFL Winners & Losers: Week 6

NFL Winners & Losers: Week 6

Week 6 of the NFL season is in the books and Adam Gase, despite all odds, still has a job. Green Bay fell from the ranks of the unbeaten, the Falcons climbed up from the ranks of the winless, and Derrick Henry proved once again that he is the baddest motherfucker in the league. Let’s break down the winners and losers of week 6 of the NFL season.

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NFL Winners & Losers: Week 3

NFL Winners & Losers: Week 3

Week 3 of the NFL season is now over. The Bears are the most improbable 3-0 team of all time, the Falcons are the most improbable 0-3 team of all time, and the entire NFC East is dogshit just like I predicted. The Dan Quinn and Adam Gase firing watch is in full swing and some people have even started calling Josh Allen an MVP candidate. It’s a weird season but that’s why we love football. Let’s break down the winners and losers from week 3.

Winners

Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills
New England Patriots
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Tennessee Titans
Chicago Bears
Indianapolis Colts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Detroit Lions
Seattle Seahawks
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs

Losers

Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Rams
Las Vegas Raiders
Washington
Houston Texans
New York Giants
Minnesota Vikings
Atlanta Falcons
New York Jets
Los Angeles Chargers
Denver Broncos
Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys
New Orleans Saints
Baltimore Ravens

Not Listed

Cincinnati Bengals
Philadelphia Eagles

NFL Winners & Losers Week 1

NFL Winners & Losers Week 1

Week 1 of the NFL season is in the books and what a week it was. Aaron Rodgers is pissed at his team and probably going to win an MVP this year as a result. The Browns are Brownsing once again, the Lions have already proven that everyone who predicted them to be a surprise team in the NFC is an idiot who should be fired, and the NFC East is being led by a team without a name. Let’s break down the winners and losers from week 1 of the NFL season.

Winners

Kansas City Chiefs
Buffalo Bills
New England Patriots
Baltimore Ravens
Jacksonville Jaguars
Washington Misogynists
Chicago Bears
Green Bay Packers
Seattle Seahawks
Las Vegas Raiders
Los Angeles Chargers
Arizona Cardinals
New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Rams
Pittsburgh Steelers
Tennessee Titans

Losers

Houston Texans
New York Jets
Miami Dolphins
Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts
Philadelphia Eagles
Detroit Lions
Minnesota Vikings
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Cincinnati Bengals
San Francisco 49ers
Tampa Brady Buccaneers
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Denver Broncos

Sorry, Cole Kmet Was a Bad Pick, No Matter What ESPN Radio Says

Sorry, Cole Kmet Was a Bad Pick, No Matter What ESPN Radio Says

I feel like i’ve got to start this article with a disclaimer: I genuinely hope Cole Kmet becomes a great football player and ends up as a quicker version of fellow former Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph. In fact, the future of Ryan Pace as the General Manager for the Bears will be partially dependent on his ability to become a productive NFL player. This article isn’t about whether I believe that Cole Kmet can become a top tier NFL Tight End.

Coming into night two of the NFL draft, there was a common refrain among experts: This is the deepest second round in 25 years. The talent level ran deep at several important positions, notably wide receiver and safety. The Bears were standing at number 43 with their first pick in the draft, having lost their first round pick in exchange for Khalil Mack last season. Among the main needs at the pick were wide receiver and safety, along with offensive line help and cornerbacks. As the second round began to shake out, a dream scenario was being laid out for Chicago. Two of the best safeties in the draft, Grant Delpit and Antoine Winfield Jr. were both becoming available. Delpit won the Thorpe Award in 2019 given to college football’s best secondary player. Winfield Jr. is a hard hitting safety who thrives on trying to blow up the box and tackle the running back behind the line of scrimmage.

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