Dallas Overcomes Covid Complications and Brady Was Lucky This Week

Like every Monday, we go with the conclusions after the thirteenth day of action in NFL American football:

Without his coach Mike mccarthy or five COVID-19 assistants, the Cowboys snapped a two-game losing streak. Micah Parsons will be Defensive Rookie of the Year, CeeDee Lamb is also a star and Tony Pollard brings the explosiveness. Dallas didn’t shine but won


1. Taysom Hill is a special talent, who is athletic, versatile and fearless, judging by how he dealt with his finger injury. However, I don’t think that’s the long-term answer as a quarterback in New Orleans. The Saints are a hospital and their chances are almost doomed.

2. Tom Brady throwing 51 passes is not a formula for sustained success for Bucs, but Chris Godwin broke a franchise record with 15 catches and Rob Gronkowski scored two TDs. The defense had five sacks and Vita Vea remains one of the most underrated players in the league.

3. The Falcons had an effective day on the ground against the best defense in the NFL by that route. However, the offensive line is a giant problem. They have allowed 10 sacks in the last three weeks, and investing high picks in the unit has paid no dividends.

Four. Good teams aren’t supposed to make that many mistakes and suffer after being 24-0, but the Chargers still managed to win. Austin Ekeler had two fumbles, but Tevaughn Campbell’s defensive touchdown ended up being the salvation. The Bengals suffered a costly setback to a direct rival in their fight to enter the postseason. Joe Burrow injured his finger and made three losses, in addition to being sacked six times. The injuries to Logan Wilson and Chidobe Awuzie are concerned.

5. Kyler Murray came back and scored two TDs in the air and two on the ground. And while the Cardinals looked a bit rusty in some ways, it was clear that they are candidates with their healthy quarterback. DeAndre Hopkins also came back and scored a TD. We don’t talk enough about Byron Murphy.

6. Andy Dalton equaled the worst record of his career with four interceptions, and although he played very poorly, his receivers weren’t helping him much either. David Montgomery is still a star in my eyes. The conversation about the future of Matt nagy In Chicago.

7. I’ve always thought that Gardner Minshew can be a successful starter in the NFL. He’s not going to take the job out of Jalen Hurts, but he led the Eagles on points in his first seven series and may spark interest from another team in the future. Philadelphia is still in the fight.

8. Zach Wilson started the game well and maintained his aggressiveness without taking unnecessary risks. A step in the right direction, to my mind, although the defense is a disaster, ranked last in the league, and they ensured they had a losing season for the sixth year in a row.

9. Jonathan Taylor shone again, and although they struggled to break up, the Colts thrashed the Texans. Bye week, and vital duels against the Patriots and Cardinals on the following dates to try to secure their ticket to the postseason.

10. Beyond Brandin Cooks, it’s hard to find talent on the Texans roster. Tyrod Taylor threw an interception and, although he was injured for a moment, he was discharged. Still, Houston opted for Davis Mills, and more and more it seems he’s thinking ahead.

eleven. Miami recorded its fifth consecutive victory on the basis of a low-explosive but efficient attack. Tua Tagovailoa ditches the quick ball to disguise OL deficiencies and running game. The defense continues to dominate, Xavien Howard with another interception and the Dolphins dream.

12. The Giants offense is too talented to be that bad. It all starts with OL, which is a disaster. I understand Mike Glennon had to start, but penalties and dropped passes exhibited his ineffectiveness. Saquon Barkley and Kenny Golladay are still not looking good.

13. After three games to go, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense showed a better face, even though they committed three losses and brought the 49ers to life too many times. Jamal Adams was injured and beyond the cheating play, they couldn’t run the ball.

14. San Francisco still can’t find the antidote to defeat Seattle. And if he continues to commit a myriad of penalties, turnovers and special teams errors, the losing streak is likely to persist. They cannot sleep because the margin of error is not great.

fifteen. The Steelers defense had seven sacks and TJ Watt again proved why he is one of the best pass rushers in the league. Pittsburgh’s offense was asleep for the bulk of the afternoon, but scored 16 points in the fourth quarter. Diontae Johnson is a special talent.

16. A doubly painful loss for the Ravens, whose offense is going through a crisis, as is Lamar Jackson. They went by two points and the win at the end, and I don’t blame them considering the injuries. They lost Marlon Humphrey for the year and that hurts their chances.

17. Washington has won four consecutive games thanks to a phenomenal work on the defense, which shone despite not having several starters. Taylor Heinicke makes mistakes, but grows up in big moments. I don’t think they’ll catch up to Dallas, but they’d be an awkward playoff opponent.

18. If he’s shown us anything this season, it’s that the Raiders’ offense looks better when Derek Carr is more vertical with his passing. Only in the second half was he more aggressive and it ended up being too late. Hunter Renfrow has become a guarantee.

19. Sony Michel became the first Rams running back to have more than 100 rushing yards in a game this season. The Matthew Stafford-Cooper Kupp connection was reestablished and they snapped a three-game losing streak. You have to see them against better teams.

twenty. With the triumph of the Lions, the chances that the Jaguars will have the first draft pick increase; if it happens, it would be the sixth time in history that a team has the first pick in consecutive years. It is difficult to evaluate Trevor Lawrence in this environment.

twenty-one. Amon-Ra St. Brown dressed up as a hero with the reception over the end for Detroit to win its first game of the season. Jared Goff played one of his best games of the year and the Lions avoided becoming the only team in history to have two winless seasons.

22. Justin Jefferson has become one of the best receivers in the NFL, but it seems that offense never maximizes his talent; To make matters worse, Adam Thielen was injured. The defensive game plan was inexplicable. If they don’t make the playoffs, there will be big changes.

23. As funny as it sounds, the Chiefs defense, which is allowing fewer than 11 points in the last five games, is putting this team on its shoulders. Now, with Baltimore’s loss, the Chiefs still dream of the playoffs going through Kansas City.

24. Javonte Williams is going to be one of the best running backs in the NFL going forward, but the lack of aggressiveness on offense, even with the adverse result, is hard to explain. Teddy Bridgewater had a very bad game and is not the answer to future in Denver either.