1. RB Marshawn Lynch 21 carries for 140 yards, 4 TDs vs. NYG
2. QB Aaron Rodgers 18/27 for 315 yards, 6 TDs, 145.8 QBR vs. CHI
3. FS Jaiquawn Jarrett 10 tackles, 7 solo, sack, 2 INTs vs. PIT
4. WR Jordan Matthews 7 receptions for 138 yards, 2 TDs vs. CAR
5. RB Justin Forsett 20 carries for 112 yards, 2 TDs vs. TEN
Worst of the Worst
1. QB Andy Dalton 10/33 for 86 yards, 3 INTs, 2.0 QBR (lowest I’ve ever seen) vs. CLE
2. QB Cam Newton 25/40 for 306 yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs, 9 sacks, Fmb, 71.5 QBR vs. PHI
3. Bears crushed vs. Packers 55-14.
Became first team in NFL history to allow 50 or more points in two consecutive games. Have lost five of last six.
4. Jets get 3rd and 46 after two personal conduct penalties and Vick sack
5. Steelers commit four turnovers in upset loss vs. NYJ
Had the Steelers beat the Buccaneers and the Jets, they would be 8-2, tops in the AFC. Instead, they’re 6-4.
Antonio Brown had a bad game, fumbling the ball twice. Ben had two interceptions and the running game wasn’t there, only gaining 36 yards. It was just a bad game overall against the Jets last week, but it’s important they get back on track against the Titans this week before their bye next week. Let’s get it together Steelers.
Game of the Week: Lions @ Cardinals
Drew Stanton’s going to feel the added pressure of being Arizona’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the season after Carson Palmer suffered a season-ending knee injury. It’s a tough test for Stanton, facing the Lions d-line. I took the Lions because I figured it was about time for the Cards to lose, but the Cards won last night and sit at 9-1, the best record in the NFL. Seems safe to assume Bruce Arians is looking at coach of the year.