Looking at our NFL power rankings, the Dallas Cowboys are falling after another loss, while the New England Patriots won their sixth straight game.
Everything from the offense to the coaching decisions are just the height of embarrassment.
Urban Meyer is frantically hoping for a phone call from Oklahoma.
You lose at home to the Jets, you became a candidate for contraction.
The Jets won! Sure, it’s the Texans, but the Jets won!
It’s over, over. Wow.
The Bears are moving back despite winning. What a pathetic showing.
New York only scored 13 points despite being +4 in turnovers, but it got the job done.
It’s all kinds of over for Cam Newton.
The Falcons are somehow on the edge of the playoff picture.
It’s time to move on from Ben Roethlisberger, the offensive philosophy and more.
The Saints have no offense and no chance with this current group.
Cleveland. had every opportunity to win Sunday night, but couldn’t get it done.
The Dolphins are 5-7 and get the Giants and Jets over the next two weeks.
The Eagles had a huge opportunity to get into the playoff picture, and blew it.
Suddenly, Washington is alive and fairly well in the playoff chase.
Denver found a huge win after the bye and now gets a chance at first place against the Chiefs.
Kirk Cousins and the offense played well, but the defense cost Minnesota dearly.
The Chargers aren’t a championship team. A fun one, but not a great one.
Indy will be kicking itself. The Colts could have beaten the Bucs, but fell short.
A massive win on Thanksgiving has the Raiders back in the playoff hunt.
By beating the Vikings, San Francisco is in prime position to make the playoffs.
Changing of the guard in the AFC North? Yes.
Losers of three in their last four, the Cowboys are starting to have concerns.
See above, but just make it three straight. The Rams haven’t won in a month.
Tennessee could have put yours truly on offense and not noticed a difference. Too many injuries.
The Bills won on Thanksgiving, but losing Tre’Davious White is crushing.
Baltimore is winning some U-G-L-Y games, but continues to find ways.
Six straight wins and looking like a real problem come January in the AFC.
The injuries keep coming, but so do the wins. Nice victory on a short week.
The Chiefs are hot, and the AFC is ripe. Kansas City could be poised for a big run.
Despite all the injuries and controversies, this is the best team when right.
The record, and underlying stats, speak for themselves.