Midnight Views Week 8
Bill Belichick joined Don Shula and George Halas as the only coaches to win 300 games, and he earned it against the team where he first became head coach. A well deserved head nod to the greatest coach in history. As November approaches, contenders emerge and pretenders get exposed, let’s review.
Broncos vs Colts: 15-13. The Colts can win any game, any style, any Sunday.
Buccaneers vs Titans: 27-23. Another week, another Jameis Winston turnover, meanwhile Tannehill stays undefeated as a starter
Cardinals vs Saints: 31-9. Twas a Brees.
Bengals vs Rams: 24-10. The Bengals are bad at football, the Rams are good at football.
Jets vs Jaguars: 29-18. The New York Jets do not deserve to win a football game.
Giants vs Lions: 31-16. As it turns out Eli was not the problem in New York, a revalation to no one.
Chargers vs Bears: 17-16. Bears took a page out of the Chargers book.
Eagles vs Bills: 31-13. The Buffalo Bills are pretenders.
Seahawks vs Falcons: 27-20. Pete Carrol takes it easy on his soon to be assistant.
Panthers vs 49ers: 51-13. The 49ers are contenders
Raiders vs Texans: 27-24. The name’s Watson, Deshaun Watson.
Browns vs Patriots: 27-13. The boogeyman drag another victim
Packers vs Chiefs: 31-24. The Chiefs competed well without Mahomes, and if their defense knew how to get stops when it matter perhaps this game could’ve had a different outcome.
Aaron Jones 38.1
Mike Evans 37.3
Tevin Coleman 36.8
Latavius Murray 32.2
Cooper Kupp 31.5