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The Saints got their offense back on track last week with a 34-17 win over a Tampa Bay team that insisted on giving the ball to New Orleans at a frequent rate. This remains a true contender.
The Packers are coming off their bye week and remain in the 'very good NFL team' category. If they can win in San Francisco on Sunday night, they can consider themselves elite.
Indy's O-line can take over games at times, as they did last week against Jacksonville, rushing for 264 yards and three touchdowns even though they lost Marlon Mack to a broken hand.
That was a massively disappointing loss at Baltimore last week. Deshaun Watson was harried and off target and he scrambled around and into his own pressure at times. This team lacks consistency.
Carson Wentz has virtually nothing to throw to when targeting his wide receivers and that was evident last week against New England. It is affecting the quarterback as he appears to be very much in the doldrums.
The schedule eases up for the Browns now and if they can just find some consistency, a late run towards the playoffs is not out of the question. That said, can we really trust this ill-disciplined team?
Jacksonville's run defense has been non-existent this season and I'm not sure that Doug Marrone is completely safe as head coach of this team. The Jags are still alive... but only just.
The Falcons have won two straight and could be a dangerous opponent to come up against down the stretch. Of particular note has been the improved form of the defense, which was missing in action for much of 2019.
Jameis Winston cannot stop throwing the ball to the other team. His NFL-high 18 interceptions are the most thrown by a QB through 10 games since Jay Cutler in 2009. That is not good company to be keeping.