Barkley is something else. Turning on a dime and impossible to take down.
The Chargers are a force to be reckoned with in the AFC. There is so much all round talent on this roster, maybe not quite as much as the Rams but not far off.
While I remain sceptical on Baker Mayfield (and all rookie QBs for that matter) I have to say he’s on track. He sees he field very well and his awareness in the pocket very high level.
Jags offense not any better with Kessler but the D sure as heck stood up
The Broncos? Could they? Nahhhh. Well they have got the hard part of their schedule out of the way and are now battle hardened so you never know.
The straw that broke the camel’s back in Green Bay. Fingers should be pointed all over the place but McCarthy takes the bullet and it’s probably the right call although the timing is pretty poor. A good coach but he’s run his course with the Packers. Ryan Clark on ESPN feels that he hasn’t really evolved as a coach and that his play calls have largely been the same for many years whereas Sean Payton has progressed and has let Brees do his thing. Hopefully they get the best possible guy for Rodgers and the offense which could use a lift.
On the flip side while not being spectacular Josh Rosen showed good resolve. He seems like the kind of QB that can forget the last play.
Speaking of long term coaches, will Marv Lewis serve the second year of his contract or is it time to start fresh? The Bengals do look stale.
And the Niners, absolutely terrible. First half of the season we’d at least play with heart but it’s like they have gotten worse each week. Worst performance of the season bar the Rams game. I like Shanahan but I’m still not sold on him as a head coach, brilliant OC though. Have to give it more time yet again.