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Week four: a Skewed perspective

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It’s week four in the NFl and here at TimeSkew, we thought it was high time that we put our collective heads together to give you a comprehensive wrap up of the week.

So here we are. Four editors, 15 games. Strap in folks, it’s about to get hot (takey) in here!

BAL 31 – 17 WAS – Jack

This one took a while to get going, but after a couple of gamebreaking throws and runs from 2019 MVP Lamar Jackson, Baltimore tidily disposed of the Washington Football Team.

The assumption here was that Baltimore would come out angry, after being embarrassed against the might of Kansas City, but it wasn’t the case. Here’s some quick takeaways:

  1. It’s a true committee in the Baltimore backfield. Ingram (eight carries) appeared to be the lead back, but Gus Edwards (nine carries) and J.K. Dobbins (five carries) chipped in with contributions. Jackson himself took seven carries for 53 yards and a TD with a trademark electrifying jaunt over the middle of the field. In terms of fantasy football, you’re rolling a dice with whomever scores the TD that week. Well done if you picked Ingram.
  2. Terry McLaurin was the best receiver on the field and should now be a “set and forget” player on your fantasy team. Scary Terry went 10/14 for 118 yards and is now averaging just under 10 receptions a game. He’s a true number one on an offense that cannot consistently move the ball but is happy to forcefeed the former Buckeye. McLaurin routinely displays precise route running, top level explosion off the line of scrimmage and possesses elite level moves after the catch. He’s a rare bright spot in a dull WFT offense. Hopefully he won’t be the only one in the 2020 season.

3. Speaking of bright spots. Antonio Gibson now has more carries in his NFL career than he did in his college one. He’s now toted the rock 44 times for 186 yards and three TD’s. He certainly looks the part, but curiously, he’s not currently a part of Washington’s passing attack. Curiouser and curiouser. What a start if you risked it – good for over 20 points in most formats.

NO 35 – 29 DET – Jack

After watching the Saints for the opening three weeks, there is reason to be concerned. The defense has been underperforming, the absence of Michael Thomas has exposed the lack of options in the passing game (bar Kamara) and Brees looks like his trademark poise has been knocked. What was that Drew? Watch this, you say?

  1. Between Tre’quan Smith, Manny Sanders, and what may be the best running back duo in the league in Kamara and Murray; the Saints moved the ball well. Brees still looked skittish at times, and is heavily reliant on his running backs to deliver for him. However, he dealt with a frisky Lions defense with pinpoint sidelines throws and two beautiful high point balls in the redzone for Smith.
  2. Two running backs with 20 plus points in fantasy?! Is Latavius Murray now becoming a legitimate flex option as Brees becomes more accustomed to handing the ball off and picking apart the scraps? 16 carries for 64 yards and two TD’s, says yes.
  3. The Lions offense hinges on the health of Kenny Golladay and T.J. Hockenson. When those two are healthy, Stafford simply looks better. Kenny G quietly returned from injury last week and scored a TD, and he did the same this week. Two weeks in and Kenny is already back into must start consideration in fantasy.
  4. Adrian Peterson looks like he has since 2016 – steady, powerful and dependable, but the versatile D’Andre Swift is starting to become a more visible part of this offense. Chipping in with four catches (one for a TD), Swift looks like he’s adjusting to the NFL after that horrendous week one drop. But an important question – does anyone know what the hell happened to Kerryon Johnson?
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JAX 25 – 33 CIN – Jack

I took this game because I thought that a battle between Minshew and Burrow might titillate the tastebuds and ignite something worth watching. The game itself was fine, but it’s tough to watch such an awful uniform match up and feel anything but a bit nauseous. And did anyone notice that our beloved Minshew lacked a bit of volume and life in his trademark mane?

  1. Joe Burrow is tossing 300 yards games for fun at this point (his third consecutive against Jacksonville). He’s developed a fantastic chemistry with Tyler Boyd (7/8 for 90 yards) and a dangerous redzone friendship with rookie Tee Higgins (4/7 for 77 yards). Higgins caught a beautiful back pylon toss from Burrow, but it was nullified by a hold – a recurring problem.
  2. Burrow and Mixon are on another level to the rest of the team at this point. Mixon carried the ball 25 times for 151 yards and two TD’s and grabbed six catches from six targets for another TD. That’s 42 points in a PPR league. Game winning for most. If the offensive line can catch up with the skill position players, the Bengals are a dangerous team.
  3. The Jaguars look lost when D.J. Chark isn’t on the field. The Pro Bowl receiver returned this week and hauled in 8/9 for 95 yards and two TD’s. This included the pre-emptive toe draggin’ snag below. He was good for close to 30 points this week in PPR leagues, and likely gave you a big advantage going into the later games. Rookie Leviska Shenault looks dangerous and was pulled into the game plan this week, snagging five receptions and showing good instincts with ball in hand. There’s talent here, but much like the Lions, with their star, the depth pieces become considerably less effective.
4. The Jaguars defenders took the biggest collection of bad angles on Joe Mixon that you’re likely to see in a pro football game. The secondary was the biggest culprit, in particular rookie DB Chris Claybrooks. He routinely cut in too early, forcing an over adjustment and therefore a missed tackle. Do that against Joe Mixon and you lose. A good example is the below:
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DAL 38-CLE 49 – Scott

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This game resembled a college game more than an actual NFL game. Defense was non-existent on both sides, with the Browns almost putting up 50 points to bring their record up to 3-1 on the season. The Cowboys, meanwhile, end the week looking at a miserable 1-3 record. Some key takeaways:

  1. Cleveland looks like it might be the real deal this season. They haven’t started a season 3-1 since 2001, almost 20 years ago. Baker Mayfield looked like his old self from OU, displaying excellent accuracy and playmaking ability. Despite this, the Browns’ rushing attack was the star of the show. They put up 307 yards on the ground alone, despite being without Nick Chubb for a majority of the game. Their offense looks to be worth the hype this year.
  2. Dak Prescott is officially a top 10, if not top five, quarterback in the NFL. He threw for a ridiculous 502 yards and four touchdowns in the loss. Yes, they were playing from behind the whole game, but it’s a milestone that not even Mahomes or Rodgers have ever reached. In fact, Prescott becomes only the 20th quarterback in history to ever achieve that mark. If the Cowboys’ record were better, he’d be front-runner for MVP though the first quarter of the season.
  3. Unfortunately, the Cowboys’ record is not good. They would be 0-4 if not for the miraculous win against Atlanta. What’s the problem? I’ll give you a hint: the Cowboys defense set a record this past Sunday, and it’s not a record anyone wants to hold. They have given up a staggering 146 points through the first four games of the season, worse than any Cowboys team in history save for their first year in existence. They went winless that year. Special teams has also been a problem, just like last year, In fact, it’s so bad that the Browns scored a two point conversion…after attempting a normal extra point

4. For fantasy purposes: start anyone you can against the Dallas defense. It is without a doubt the worst defense in the entire league. There is no pass rush, no rushing defense, and the best player in the secondary is a rookie. On the flip side, Prescott is a lock to be a top five QB this season, and could very well end the year as the highest scoring fantasy QB. Meanwhile, the Browns’ rushing attack is the real deal, no matter who they start in the backfield. Kareem Hunt will be a top-five fantasy RB as long as Chubb remains sidelined.

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CAR 31-ARI 21 – Scott

The Panthers were contenders for worst team in the league entering the 2020 season after an abysmal 2019. The Cardinals were on the opposite end of that spectrum, being a trendy sleeper pick to make the NFC Championship game this year. After this game, they both sit at an even 2-2, with the Panthers winning their last two games, and the Cardinals losing their last two.

  1. The Panthers have looked surprisingly good on both sides of the ball this year. The defense held the dangerous Cardinals’ offense in check most of the game, allowing only 21 points. Meanwhile, the offense showed out. Teddy Bridgewater took advantage of a banged-up Cardinals’ secondary, throwing for 274 yards and two touchdowns. He led the Panthers to three touchdowns in their first four possessions of the game, giving the Panthers’ defense a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
  2. The Panthers’ ground game looks to have not skipped a beat, despite missing star running back Christian McCaffrey. Mike Davis has been an excellent replacement, in both fantasy and real life. He has put up two excellent games and clearly has the trust of the coaching staff. He should be a weekly play until McCaffrey returns.
  3. Kyler Murray got off to a slow start, but put up very good numbers by the end of the game. However, his efforts came too late, as his defense couldn’t keep the game close enough for the offense to remain in striking distance. The defense is the main concern for the Cardinals. They seem to lack playmakers on every level. Highly-touted first round pick Isaiah Simmons has hardly played this year, and looks a little lost when he has. His athleticism is still there, but he looks slow in the mental side of the game, which is a killer for a coverage linebacker. The Cardinals may need to look elsewhere for a defensive boost if they want to compete in a tough NFC.

MIN 31- HOU 23 – Scott

Both teams came into Week 4 looking for their first win of the season. The Vikings‘ offense has noticed the absence of Stefon Diggs, getting off to a slow start. The exact same thing can be said for the Texans as well after trading away Deandre Hopkins, who many believe to be the best receiver in the league. This game was crucial for either team to have hope of clawing their way into the playoffs.

  1. The Vikings may have found a capable Diggs replacement in Justin Jefferson. Despite not starting Week one, Jefferson has the eighth most receiving yards in the entire league after two big games in back to back weeks. Jefferson is an intriguing option at receiver in most fantasy leagues. He should have the opportunity to continue his fantastic play after posting good numbers in two straight games.
  2. Overshadowing Jefferson’s breakout was another fantastic week from Dalvin Cook. Cook rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns, one of which he scored after throwing off multiple Texans defenders near the goal line. He looks just as explosive as he did last year, and should continue to be featured in the Vikings’ offense.
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3. The Texans clearly miss Hopkins. Their offense has been abysmal through the first four weeks of the season. Their offensive line is certainly offensive, and has a case for being the worst in the league so far. The “wide receiver by committee” approach has not worked out for them so far either. Brandin Cooks, who they expected to make a big contribution, was held without a catch in Week 4 and has generally looked unimpressive. Stills and Cobb, while solid players, should both be looked at as third or fourth options. Staring at an 0-4 record, the Texans seem to have no answers for their woes on offense.

NOTE: The Texans have fired head coach and GM Bill O’Brian after their 0-4 start to the season. According to reports, O’Brian and JJ Watt got into a heated argument during practice. This ignited a player revolt which ultimately culminated in O’Brian’s dismissal from the team. Romeo Crennel takes over as interim head coach in the transition period. Keep an eye on Texans’ players, as their fantasy production could start to shift with the introduction of a new coaching staff.

SEA 31- MIA 21 – Scott

The 2020 Dolphins have looked much better than the 2019 version thus far this season. This can be attributed to good coaching, key acquisitions on defense (including Byron Jones, Kyle Van Noy, Emmanuel Ogbah, and Shaq Lawson), and what appears to be the makings of a solid team culture. Despite these positives, they found themselves with a 1-2 record entering a tough matchup against the undefeated Seahawks, helmed by MVP frontrunner Russel Wilson.

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  1. Russel Wilson has been cooking with gas this year. After years of pleas from analysts and fans alike to #LetRussCook, the Seahawks have let their $35 million QB loose against opposing defenses. He posted another great stat-line in Week 4, throwing for 360 yards and two touchdowns. Through the first quarter of the season Wilson has 1,285 passing yards and 16 touchdowns, and an absurd 75.2 completion percentage. The craziest thing is, he’s only 13th in the league in passing attempts. With the Seahawks moving to 4-0, Wilson has to be in consideration for his first ever MVP award.
  2. Despite giving up 31 points, the Dolphins defense held up relatively well under the Seahawks’ offensive onslaught. They kept the game as close as 17-15 with a little over eight minutes lest to go in the fourth quarter, before Wilson led the Seahawks to two consecutive touchdown drives. Even though they lost, this game should give Dolphins fans hope for the future.
  3. Continue to start every receiver you can against the Seahawks defense. Their secondary “only” gave up 312 yards in the air on Sunday, which was their best mark of the season. Next up are the Minnesota Vikings, who have an established stud in Adam Thielen and a rising talent in Justin Jefferson. They should both have excellent days against the porous Seahawks defense.

NYG 9-LAR 17 – Scott

The Los Angeles Rams seemed to have recaptured at least some of their 2018 form after a disappointing 2019 season. They came into Week 4 with a 2-1 record and a matchup against a floundering Giants team who have started 0-3. The Giants were just looking to right the ship after scoring only three touchdowns in the first three weeks of the season. This matchup, which seemed to be a blowout in the making, instead was a hard-fought, low-scoring slog.

  1. Neither offense looked very competent. This was expected from the Giants, who have now averaged just 11.7 points per game behind an offensive line that is near the bottom of the league. The Rams’ offensive woes were more surprising: they were actually outgained in total yardage on the day, despite the victory. Outside of their first possession and a quick 55 yard strike to Cooper Kupp for a touchdown, they were held completely in check the entire game. Most concerning for them was the running game, which after an impressive start to the season was held to just 58 yards on 23 carries. This backfield looks like a cemented running-back by committee, as Darrell Henderson had eight carries to Malcolm Brown’s nine.
  2. Giants fans have to be excited about what their defense showed. After scoring 30 points per game through the first three weeks, the Rams only managed 17 on Sunday. They’ll look to build on that strong performance against the Cowboys, who have an even better offense than the Rams. On the other side of the ball, Daniel Jones had an up and down day. He managed to lead the Giants into the red zone on their last drive of the day, but also threw the game-sealing interception on that same drive. Since it’s doubtful the Giants will make the playoffs, they need to develop Jones as much as possible this year. Then spend the offseason bolstering the offensive line and wide receiver room.
  3. There was some drama on the day, as a fight broke out after the end of the game between multiple players on both sides. The fight seems to have originated between Golden Tate and Jalen Ramsey, who had personal grievances with each other over the offseason. Ramsey had the upper hand in this matchup, as he had a highlight tackle on Tate on a critical third down to maintain the Rams’ slim lead in the fourth quarter.

BUF 30 – 23 LV – Pride

A fourth of the way through this season, both of these teams have turned some heads. The Raiders may have cooled a bit since their victory over the Saints, but they showed a lot of fight against a Buffalo Bills team who appear to have the best offense in team history since the “K-Gun”. This turned out to be a really good game and while the Bills walked away with their fourth win in as many games, the Raiders showed why they may be playing more than 16 games this year.

  1. Josh Allen has had a rocket start to the season as he is currently in second place on the season in passing yards (1326) and passing touchdowns (12) and is an early MVP contender. However, Derek Carr was able to keep pace with him in this game. Both QBs put on a quite a gunslinger show, but I was more surprised by Carr as we had seen Allen do well for the past couple weeks. They threw for two TD’s each and their passing yardage wasn’t far off. The most surprising occurrence though was how different the rushing yardage was between the QB’s. Carr ran for 20 yards while that part of Allen’s game disappeared for the day. Derek Carr is looking better this season than most people give him credit for, I mean the only other QB”s who’ve started every game without throwing an interception are Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes.
  2. The Raiders have a very nice receiving corps. Despite missing their two top receivers, Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards, the receiving corps didn’t seem to miss a beat. They are still one of the best teams in drops with only three on the season, ranking number two so far this season. This is surprising as the notorious Nelson Agholor did great filling in and has done great so far as his four-for-four for 44 yards and a touchdown week four brings his season stats to eight receptions on nine targets and two touchdowns. He might have found his perfect role now in Las Vegas.
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3. Stefon Diggs is looking like an absolute steal now for the Bills. He put up his second 100+ yard game of the season and firmly made himself Josh Allen’s favorite target. He leads the team in targets by 11, receptions by eight, and yards by over 100+. All of this in an effort that has made the Bills the second-best passing offense in the league by yardage. Which is a sight for sore upper New York eyes after being bolstered by their defense for years.

PHI 25 – 20 SF – Pride

Two playoff teams from last year that seemed to be in a tizzy this season. This is a new position for the San Francisco 49ers, but the Eagles had to deal with key injuries almost all of last season. It’s still a difficult situation to be in, however one would think the Eagles and Carson Wentz would be better prepared for it. At least by the outcome of this game, they appeared to be, but Wentz had a sub-200 yard passing game. In fact, the Eagles as a whole only put up 267 yards. The 49ers by most accounts did better in moving the ball as long as it didn’t include moving it into the endzone.

  1. Turnovers were the main deciding factor of the game as the Eagles not only got three turnovers but did more with them. The only turnover that went the Niners way was an interception in their own territory. They turned it into a punt back to Philadelphia. The Eagles on the other hand had two of their turnovers turn into scores as one was a pick-six and a fumble recovery led to a touchdown pass. So, it will be poignant that Philadelphia’s defense leads the team to points for the rest of the season. Because they may not make the playoffs otherwise, even with their weak division.

2. Injuries are tough and inevitable in football, there’s no way to really avoid them and when they happen they can set back a team. When they happen on both sides of the ball though, they will be absolutely dismantled. San Francisco will have to deal with them still for a few weeks, but Raheem Mostert and Jimmy Garoppolo will be trying to return this week. Hopefully they can return to full health soon and close the flood gates.

KC 26 – 10 NE – Pride

It wasn’t the most exciting game, but at least it was played. Without the presence of Cam Newton behind center, the Patriots did not really stand a chance. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City offense had minimal trouble putting up points. They rolled to another 4-0 start to the season.

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  1. This was the second game this season that Kansas City only scored six points in the first half. Oddly enough the other time they also had to face the backup QB on short notice. The Chiefs offense has not appeared to be as explosive this year as it has over the past two. Patrick Mahomes has still put up great numbers, but he looks different on the field. He has yet to officially turn the ball over this season, but threw or dropped what should have been ruled an interception or fumble against the Patriots. He’s also thrown a handful of intercept-able passes in the previous games. He’s still a top-flight QB, just odd not thinking of him as the very best.
  2. The KC defense though is playing a dang good “bend don’t break” style. Despite allowing more yards than their offense gained, New England could never finish their drives. The defense allowed the Patriots to cross midfield on six of their 11 possession. However, they only allowed points on two of them. This is thanks to a well-timed sack, a strip-sack, an interception, and a failed last-ditch effort by the Pats. So despite being middle-of-the-road in yards allowed so far, the Chiefs are third-best in points allowed. At this point, Kansas City should be labeled as a well-rounded team rather than one that only relies on offense.
  3. The Jarrett Stidham experience is on… just kidding, Damien Harris looks good though. Harris finally made his first career start, a significant achievement for the young back. After barely seeing the field last year before landing on the IR where he would remain until last week, it was good to see him suit up. He also did not disappoint as with 17 carries he ran for 100 yards on the dot. The Patriots still used a heavy dosage of other backs throughout the game. But Harris saw the most carries and is looking like what he was hyped up to be. People can criticize it if they want, but that New England backfield is no joke with solid contributors a plenty. The only thing left for Belichick to do now is to invent the four runningback, wildcat, wishbone formation. It may be their best option if they don’t get Newton back next week.
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DEN 37 – NYJ 28 – Tones

Underwhelming. The overall story of this game. Injuries, poor coaching, & penalties assured us this game would be a “treat”. Sam Darnold and the Jets have a lack of weapons, especially with Leveon Bell sidelined, & it shows. Darnold had to make things happen with his feet, as he had almost 100 yards on the ground along with a score. Broncos were on their third quarterback of the season in Brett Rypien, and if their season stands a chance, they need Drew Lock to return. Now. Rypien had a decent first half, but nearly cost the Broncos with his 3 interceptions, including a late pick six. Both of these teams should already have their focus on the NFL draft, in April of 2021.

  1. We could see new coaches in both Denver and New York next season. Jets head coach Adam Gase continues to wow people, in a bad way. His simplistic play calls and lack of weapon engagement sets up Sam Darnold for failure. How do you lose to a 0-3 team at home in primetime on their third QB of the season? Undisciplined leadership results in what? That is what the Jets fanbase has been wondering. Adam Gase, you better have ice. Your seat is very hot.
  2. Much like Gase, Denver head coach Vic Fangio may find himself on the hot seat before to long. Fangio does appear to have a longer leash, as Denver’s more recent success and rash of injuries alone may get Fangio into year 3. In order for that to happen, however, Broncos must show potential. That is what happened Thursday night. A team without many of their star players, battled it out for their coach. Something you did not see happen on the Jets sideline. Look for the Broncos to continue to play close games in hopes of retaining Fangio, a player friendly coach, for season number three.
  3. 19 penalties for over 205 yards. Yikes. Brutal. Rough. However you slice the cake, just poor coaching and a lot of practice squad performers at the pro level. This game alone can be a fans plea to eliminate TNF and bring on a MNF double header.

LAC 31 – TB 38 – Tones

This game was pure eye candy from a football fans point of view. A young rookie whos looked tremendous in Justin Herbert vs the veteran Tom Brady. The Chargers lost a big piece to their offensive puzzle, as Austin Ekeler is now considered week to week with a hamstring injury. Poor play calling right before the half may of doomed the Chargers. Tom Brady proved why he and the Buccaneers are legitimate and remain atop of the NFC South. The largest age difference starting QB battle in NFL history, over 20 years of age difference, did not disappoint in this cross country showdown.

  1. The Buccaneers proved that they are contenders. Winning their third game in a row, short handed at that, their young defense and their veteran quarterback, Tom Brady, have been clicking on all cylinders. A slow week 1 start at the Saints caused a stir among Buc fans on Twitter, but three wins a a row have quickly erased any doubt in this team. Tom Brady continues breaking records, as he had five touchdown passes to five different targets.
  2. The Chargers prove by the week that they made the right decision in drafting future star Justin Herbert to lead the way in April. Herbert continues to rack up yards at an elite clip, amassing 931 through his first three games at the pro level. He has five touchdowns through the air to add with 50 yards on the ground and a score. Keep your eye on this kid, in 2020 & beyond.
  3. Injuries continue to pile up around the NFL – especially to their stars. Chargers RB Austin Ekeler & Buccaneers TE OJ Howard are set to miss significant time suffering injuries in their battle this past Sunday. Add Kenjon Barner, Shady McCoy, & Trai Turner to that list as well. Lack of preseason games, or short preseason prep with the COVID-19 pandemic? Whatever the case has been, injuries are costing NFL teams & fantasy owners, around the country.
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IND 19 – CHI 11 – Tones

Remember the old saying, defense and running wins championships? It sure looks to hold true after this one. The Colts formula for success the past three weeks on their winning streak has been a heavy dosage of rookie RB Jonathan Taylor, alongside a stout defense. Add in a seasoned vet at the QB position in Philip Rivers and it makes the Colts a serious threat in the AFC. As for the Bears, having two QBs is like having zero, right? A passing of the torch at the QB position between Mitch Trubisky & Nick Foles did not go as planned, as he failed to reach 250 yards through the air on 42 attempts. Both of these teams sit at 3-1 and their defensive efforts have made them each playoff contenders early on.

  1. The Indianapolis Colts are contenders. They have the run game and defense to take them to the AFC Championship game. They addressed one of their biggest needs this offseason, signing rookie K Rodrigo Blankenship, a UDFA from Georgia. Rivers took his talents to Indianapolis instead of retirement, showing just how much business he means. This team is a serious threat to the AFC.
  2. The Bears are one of the leagues biggest mysteries. Having two QB’s is almost like having zero, a few good football brains once joked to me. I was confused, then did some thinking, and it made a lot of sense. Is this what is happening in Chicago? The distress of the position led by Mitch Trubisky & Nick Foles is on overload? Time will tell what will happen to this Bears team, but their defense is to good to be held back by the QB position.
  3. Defense is back in football. Good defenses around the NFL are propelling teams to victory each and every Sunday. The Colts and Bears combine for two of the better defenses around the NFL, and their records prove to be no joke. A Combined 6-2, we may see teams taking a defensive approach in draft s for years to come.
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ATL 16 – GB 30 – Tones

This one was more lopsided then the score indicates, perhaps. The Packers did what they do best, dominate. The Falcons also did what they do best, losing yet another blowout under head coach Dan Quinn. The Packers are on the rise & the Falcons are on the decline, two franchises heading in opposite directions. Fans can put the Packers drafting Jordan Love as a threat to Aaron Rodgers behind them, as A-Rod is proving that he has far more left in the tank then some experts seemed to believe. Aaron Jones is becoming the best all around RB in the NFL, as the Falcons can not seem to get anything going in any phase of the game.

  1. The Packers may be Tampa bound. Not only in week six, but perhaps in February as well. This team is built with studs, on each side of the ball. They have one of the most reliable kickers in NFL history with Mason Crosby. The one question for this team is perhaps are they coached well enough to win the big one? We will see what Matt LaFleur brings to the table in his redemption postseason tour.
  2. Dan Quinn may be sitting on the hottest seat in the NFL with the firing of Bill O’Brien this past weekend. The Falcons have 11 former first round draft talents on the offensive side of the ball, resulting in little success. A team this talented – with a losing record – will make sure to show their head coach the door sooner rather then later.
  3. Monday night double header, for the win? It sure was enjoyable to see two competitive football games on the TV to end week four. Maybe a thing of the future, perhaps? It is an interesting discussion – one worth having over the course of an entire article. Thursday night football could be the swap out candidate here, as it results in many injuries and a sloppy showing quite often.
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Jack is an NFL nerd with a passion for player stories and watching too much draft coverage. He's a DB coach with the Exeter Demons University team in the UK and a Steelers fan.

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