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You have to wonder how all these offensive injuries are going to affect the Patriots when quality opposition heads their way. But, for now, they are winning ugly and defeating all who come befor them.
It is now four wins from four without Drew Brees and Sean Payton must be delighted with the resiliency being shown by his team. And with the defense flying, this is a total team from top to bottom.
More worrying than Patrick Mahomes' dodgy ankle is the fact that KC's defense has shipped more than 180 rushing yards in each of the past four games. That lack of D is keeping Mahomes off the field.
Lamar Jackson doesn't wear regular pads. He dons some kind of superhero outfit before taking on NFL defenders every weekend. How else can we explain his destructive and devastating running style?
The Bears are coming off a bye and this offense needs to wake up the rest of the way or we're looking at a very frustrating season in the Windy City.
I love the way the Lions and scrapping and clawing under Matt Patricia this season. And they've been unlucky not to have a couple of other results go their way. They are a fun team to watch.
Those halcyon days of 3-0 seem a lifetime ago. Dak Prescott was about to earn a big contract, Kellen Moore was going to be a head coach and Jason Garrett was safe as houses. Times they are a changing.
I'd like to wax lyrical about Duck Hodges but Pittsburgh's second win of the season was built on defense. And that unit might need to carry this team the rest of the way.
There is no Plan B in Tampa so they're stuck with Jameis Winston for this season. He is frustrating because he can make so many amazing throws... followed by terrible tosses that are inexplicable.
The Chargers are another team being undone by their lack of a decent offensive line. The effort put forth by Anthony Lynn's men has been one of the bigger disappointments of 2019.
This should be where I write about Denver's defense finally waking up, but let's remember they were only playing a toothless Tennessee team led by the stumbling and bumbling Marcus Mariota.
The Giants continue to fight hard but it is going to be difficult to properly judge this team until they get healthy and get some of their pieces back.
Washington got their first win of the season last week but before they launch some kind of parade in D.C. it should be noted that they almost lost to the truly-terrible Miami Dolphins.
The Bengals continue to show fight and heart, but those attributes alone don't win you football games. And that's why this team is winless. They don't have an abundance of talent.