NFL Week of season 2018 – We learned few things

NFL Week of season 2018– We learned few things
    1. Thus, to review, the Washington Redskins would like to think that Colin Kaepernick would not have helped their crime. OK.
    2. To further inspection, the Redskins started the season 6-3. Since Alex Smith leg injury, they’ve utilized Colt McCoy, Mark Sanchez and Josh Johnson in the quarterback when opting not to give Kaepernick a tryout.
    3. Since the start of Nov, the brothers Gruden are 3-9. But Jon has two times as many wins as Jay. Moving on.
    4. In Dallas, business savvy Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and oft maligned Cowboys football executive Jerry Jones, is currently riding high with a group that could place the NFC East on ice following week.
    5. All 3 of the NFC’s 6-6 teams entering 14, Washington, Philadelphia and Carolina, are now 6-7.
    6. Of the four AFC teams entering Week 14 at 6-6, Denver, Indianapolis, Miami and Tennessee, just the Broncos are now 6-7.
    7. Joe Buck was on the telephone for Derrick Henry TD run, the second in National Football League history, Thursday night.
    8. With another 197 meters totally added to the bottom line, Saquon Barkley rookie of the year debate is close to bulletproof.
    9. In possession of a Broncos rookie record 12 sacks, besting Von Miller’s mark of 11½,; Bradley Chubb is currently making a strong closing argument to be defensive rookie of the year.
    10. Life without Melvin Gordon is starting to get tough for the Chargers.
    11. Larry Fitzgerald is not going to run down many of Jerry Rice’s still space receiving records. However, Fitz did carve a niche Sunday, breaking the mark the GOAT set for receptions with a franchise when the GOAT among all the Cardinals captured his 1, 282nd career pass.
    12. Joe Philbin is 1-0 as Packers coach.
    13. In Green Bay on Sunday, Clay Matthews > Jake Matthews.
    14. In Green Bay on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers threw his 359th sequential pass without interception, breaking Tom Brady’s record. Rodgers pick run stands at 368 attempts.
    15. In Green Bay on Sunday, Julio Jones became the first person in National Football League story of recording five consecutive 1, 400 yard receiving seasons.
    16. In their 59 year history, the Kansas City Chiefs had never won a consecutive division titles. Before Andy Reid showed up. K.C. Clinched a playoff spot Sunday and took another step towards a West AFC 3 peat ahead of Week 15’s crucial matchup with the second area Chargers.
    17. In their 52 year history, the New Orleans Saints had never won consecutive division titles. Until Sunday.
    18. And that I was under the belief Bill Belichick carefully prepared the Patriots for each chance.
    19. New England and Miami each had 11 possessions on Sunday. The Patriots outgained the Dolphins, but needed 30 more plays to do it.\
    20. now has 582 in his career, breaking his tie with Peyton Manning for many ever.
    21. Remarkably, in Buffalo’s loss, rookie Josh Allen played like a young Michael Vick — becoming the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era to rush for 100 yards in consecutive games.
  1. USC quarterbacks went 1-2 in Week 14, and Sam Darnold — back from injury for the first time since Week 9 — had to work hard to return the Jets to the win column.


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