His unconventional style leads to spectacular plays, but a reliance on them leads to an inconsistent offense over the long haul. Most coaches would prefer a more traditional passer, but everyone would admit he’s on the MVP short list. The good and bad of the Seahawks star
The importance pales in comparison to Shazier’s health, but the Steelers are a different team without their star linebacker. A team that will have a lot of trouble matching up with New England’s offense in next week’s crucial showdown
Plus, why the Dallas O-line needs an encore performance against the Giants, a breakout tight end means the Rams offense could become even more dangerous, and a big opportunity coming for DeAndre Hopkins
The struggles of Joe Flacco and an undermanned offensive line have called for a different approach on offense. And on Sunday, Baltimore finally rolled out an offensive attack that can work. Now, can they sustain that success?
Plus, pay close attention to the Vikings’ first-down play-calling in Atlanta, Josh McCown’s faith in Robby Anderson, Goff’s growth, pressure on Hundley, a big week on tap for Cameron Jordan and a bigger role for Marshawn Lynch
When Washington and Dallas played five weeks ago, Ezekiel Elliott racked up 150 rushing yards. This time around, with Elliott serving his suspension, Washington will have a leg up on their divisional rivals.