On Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys won a very physical game against the Philadelphia Eagles to take a two game lead in the NFC East. Anytime you have a very physical game like the one we watched Sunday night, there is a great chance for plenty of injuries.
On Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles played one of the best games of the season with control of the NFC East on the line. After going into overtime, the Cowboys was able to pull out with the victory and now have a two game lead in the division.
One of the major upsets on Sunday was the New Orleans Saints defeating the Seattle Seahawks. Many came into Sunday’s game believing the Seahawks would put up good numbers against the Saints’ defense, but struggled out of the gate before almost pulling out the victory.
On Sunday afternoon, the Denver Broncos picked up a huge AFC West win against the San Diego Chargers. Even though the Broncos came out with the win, the play of quarterback Trevor Siemian was not impressive at all.
On Monday, the New England Patriots shocked everyone by trading linebacker Jamie Collins to the Cleveland Browns. The move caused quite the stir on social media and throughout the NFL.
On Sunday afternoon, the Green Bay Packers faced off with the Atlanta Falcons in a NFC showdown. In what was a back and forth affair, the Falcons would end up with the close victory.
At the moment, the Dallas Cowboys are one of the best teams in the NFL. Besides the emergence of rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, another reason for the Cowboys success is running back Ezekiel Elliott.
The NFL finds itself in yet another domestic controversy. And they’ve handled it just as bad, if not worse than the prior two.
It has become very clear that former first round pick Johnny Manziel’s football career is likely over. But for whatever reason, Manziel still hasn’t run out of money yet.
The New York Jets finally made a change at quarterback after Ryan Fitzpatrick’s terrible play last Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Todd Bowles announced on Wednesday that former first round pick Geno Smith will take over as the starting quarterback for the Jets.