1) Mike Tomlin is great at getting a lot out of a little
Nobody expected much entering this season, and that’s the way Mike Tomlin likes it. I think Tomlin is actually a better coach when the talent level is not the greatest. Tomlin has a team of fighters, and they will be a tough out for anybody. Will they make the playoffs? Probably not, but would it surprise you if they did. The Steelers shut down Josh Allen and the favored Buffalo Bills in Buffalo on Sunday and have notified the rest of the NFL that the Steelers are still a threat. BTW T.J. Watt is worth every penny!
How do you go in the same game from being too conservative early to go for it on 4th and 1 from your own 30 up 21-7 midway through the third quarter. The Bengals got away with one on Sunday; they should not have had to though, Zac Taylor’s utter stupidity gave the Vikings hope, and it’s distressing if your a Bengals fan to see a young, up-and-coming team being led by an idiot!
I know they lost, but it wasn’t Jones’s fault on Sunday as he led the Patriots into a position to win the game only to have his running back fumble the game away. Nevertheless, Jones looks to be a keeper in New England. Jones has the body language, and he makes great decisions for a rookie in his first game. The Patriots should be a threat by the end of the season.
The eight-time Pro Bowler Russell Wilson finished with 18 of 23 completions for 254 yards with four touchdowns, no picks, and a 152.3 passer rating. The offensive coordinator had been the issue in Seattle for some time, and it seems straightened out. Wilson has weapons and an improved offensive line. I am not saying Seattle is Super Bowl-bound, but you got a shot when you have one of the top 3 Quarterbacks in the league.
Normally I would say no, but the Eagles are in the NFC East, so they have a chance. Jalen Hurts (264 passing yards, 62 rushing yards, three touchdowns) was unstoppable; that being said, it was against an impotent Atlanta Falcons tea,m so we shall see if it continues when things get a little more difficult.
I have said this since he got the job, and I am sticking by this after one game. The worst thing to ever happen to Trevor Lawrence is Urban Meyer.
Kliff Kingsbury is a brilliant offensive coach. I am not sold on him as a head coach, but what his offense is capable of doing is scary, and the Cardinals are a definite contender.
Winston has a talented team around him, and if he plays within himself, the Saints are a contender. The question is can Winston control himself for the entirety of a season. I think he can, and the Saints will contend once again.
My questions with this team were all because of one position, QB, and on Sunday, Teddy Bridgewater played very well; if it continues, the Broncos should be a dark horse in the NFL this year.
Aaron Rodgers did not look right yesterday; we could chalk it up to a bad game, but with everything that’s gone on in the last couple of years in Green Bay, you have to wonder if this is the beginning of the end to Rodgers as the Packers quarterback?
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