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Lamar Jackson is a stud, the running game leaves defenses confused and on their heels and their dismantling of New England also saw Baltimore's defense step up big for a second straight game.
Don't worry too much about the Patriots being run all over last weekend, although they do have some more mobile QBs to come. More pressing is finding some life for a struggling offense.
Russell Wilson just never knows when he is beaten. I should be worried about a game at home vs Tampa Bay being such a struggle, but all I saw was another MVP display from number three.
That was a tough loss on the road at Kansas City but let's not panic too much just yet. The Vikings remain a talented team and they are going to be in the playoff picture all through December.
The Cowboys are much-scrutinised and criticised but their offense is in fine shape at 436.8 yards per game and 6.7 yards per play and a second half run to the playoffs seems on the cards.
All eight of the Colt' games this season have been one-score affairs. That in itself is incredible but it is also worrying when you have a shaky kicker who appears on his last legs in Adam Vinatieri.
The London... sorry, LA Chargers are a tough team to figure out. I think what they amount to is a club that is always going to be in close games. They will win some and lose some but they are in a hole that may prove tough to dig out of.
Derrick Henry had two touches in the first half of Tennessee's loss to Carolina and 14 in the second half. That makes no sense to me. Give the big man the football early and let him wear them down.
Jameis Winston looked pretty good up in Seattle this past weekend and that is the problem with predicting his long-term future. He can look good one week and suck the next. No consistency.
In what was a meaningless game between two teams in the midst of lost seasons, this stood out to me. Denver held Cleveland to 90 rushing yards on 29 attempts. Decent.
The Falcons are coming off a bye but I have learned that the mood inside Atlanta's locker room is still very positive. Dan Quinn is good people and he has not lost this team... yet.
I wouldn't take the whole 'Sam Darnold sees ghosts' thing as a negative. At least that means he is seeing something. At the moment, he is playing like he has been blindfolded. Oh, and Adam Gase must surely go!
The Washington Redskins are now routinely playing two and a half-hour games. Could it be that this team knows it is so bad that it is running out the clock from the opening whistle?