It is a completely mad season.Rams got demolished last night.
Hard to know who are the outstanding teams in the NFL this year. Tennessee have put a nice winning run together. Green Bay are consistent. But no one looks to be untouchable.
Strange season overall. If the aim of the League is parity, then they've got it this year.
The Rams need the bye, look to have gone off the rails. Due respect to the 49ers but the fact that this was their first win in Santa Clara in a year tells you more about the Rams than it does the 49ers. Though from the youtube highlights Kittle looks back in harness so that's a positive for Shanahan. Arizona got shellacked by Cam ("I'm back baby!") although they are completely lost without Murray and DHop.
Packers are solid but the whole Rodgers thing might knock them off kilter at some stage.
Cowboys are Jekyll and Hyde. Philly look like they can spring upsets against better teams not properly tuned in on the day - could be dangerous if they make the playoffs. Vikings if they got their house in order could go on a run in the playoffs.
Buccs looked poor v Washington - was last year a flash in the pan? Aryans called Brady out after for his underperformance so that might be worth keeping an eye on.
Saints could have won that game in Nashville - Tennessee now missing Julio Jones and Henry for the next month give or take which could hurt them (though maybe not in the short term).
The AFC is a mess below Tennessee - Chiefs looked back on form on Sunday night v Vegas, but next week v Cowboys will tell more. Chargers have gone backwards - is there a curse on that new stadium in LA (looks fantastic in fairness)? Pats look threatening in a wildcard (assuming Buffalo wrap up the East Division and don't have any more Jacksonville-type performances). North is a slow bicycle race - none of the teams offer consistency.
It's great entertainment every Sunday night but hugely frustrating for any hardcore fans I would reckon.