NFL Week 9 Highlights – Tom Brady’ 6-6 | Flip Phone In 2018 | LA Chargers
Let’s do a quick recap of what happened in the NFL week 9. There are no undefeated teams anymore. Hue Jackson is gone as the Browns head coach. Finally. Amari Cooper already scored with Dallas, and Eli Manning didn’t throw an interception this week. Let’s see what happened during the weekend…
1. Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady
The showdown between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady was decided by Aaron… Jones and his fumble. It is the second week in a row the Packers turn the ball over in a crucial time during the fourth quarter. Green Bay is one game behind .500 and is listed 9.5-point favorites for this week against the Dolphins. They need to win this one because upcoming trips to Seattle and Minnesota could decide their season. I feel like the Packers losing by 14 it is way too harsh for what we saw on the game.
2. Rob Gronkowski
Since the Lions beat Patriots in week 3, Detroit is 2-3 and New England 6-0. The Patriots are doing it without TE Rob Gronkowski by the way.
3. Tom Brady’ 6-6
Tom Brady went 6-6 for 104 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Sunday Night game against the Packers. He posted a 158.3 passer rating during that span. That’s just filthy.
4. The Lions With Brandon Marshall
The Lions will have WR Brandon Marshall visiting this week to see if he can help with the lack of talent at the wideout position. If only they had an excellent wide receiver available in the past years… cough-cough Golden Tate. How do you get rid of Tate to realize a week later that you need Brandon Marshall to replace him? I still don’t get the move.
5. Flip Phone In 2018
Did the Rams see Alvin Kamara play before Sunday? It didn’t look like it. Kamara not only posted 116 total yards and three touchdowns, but he was untouchable all day. Michael Thomas is a stud too. He had 12 catches for 211 yards, a touchdown, and a flip phone celebration. Where did he find a flip phone in 2018? The NFC goes through New Orleans.
6. The Rams Make Moves
The Rams made severe moves in the free agency to get Ndamukong Suh, Marcus Peters, and Aqib Talib. They also recently added Dante Fowler. Yet, their defense just allowed 45 points in the biggest game of the year. Los Angeles is hosting Seattle in week 10, and it won’t be an easy one. This part of their schedule is brutal. In week 11 they are traveling to Mexico to face the Chiefs.
7. Pat Mahomes After 9 Games
Now that we are talking about the Chiefs, I know we talk about Patrick Mahomes… a lot. But look at this stat line, and you tell me if he’s not worth all the hype. Pat Mahomes after 9 games: 2901 yards, 29 TDs, and a 116.7 passer rating Alex Smith’s best year with Kansas City (2017): 4042 yards, 26 TDs, and a 104.7 passer rating. The Chiefs are 17-point favorites at MyBoookie.ag to beat the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. That’s the biggest spread of the week.
8. Sam Darnold In A Rough Spot
If you spent any part of your Sunday watching Jets vs. Dolphins you have a problem. Seek help.
With that said, rookie QB Sam Darnold is in a rough spot. He has regressed, and coaching is the reason. The Jets are a poorly coached team on both sides of the ball. HC Todd Bowles should get fired soon.
9. The LA Chargers
How come we don’t talk more about the LA Chargers? They have won six in a row after the starting the season with losses to the Chiefs and Rams. Their win in Seattle was the first one from an AFC team at the CenturyLink Field since 2011.
10. Amari Cooper Scored A Touchdown
Amari Cooper scored a touchdown on his second reception as a Dallas Cowboy. He had just one touchdown on 22 receptions with the Raiders this season. Even with Cooper, the Cowboys lay down an egg on Monday Night.
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