How?, they had the ball TWICE the time the Buc's did and ran for 94yds, that's a lot against that Buc front 7.LOL was out all day and just watched WFT/Bucs game on DVR in like 40 minutes.
How the fuck did they pull that off lol? That is like the upset of the fucking year. Wonder how many survival pools went busto because of that.
Sucks that Chase Young is out for the year though.
The quarterback made conversions when it counted and dropped a dime in the bucket for DeAndre Carter.How?, they had the ball TWICE the time the Buc's did and ran for 94yds, that's a lot against that Buc front 7.
Yup, the Bucs ran into "this is our superbowl" and WFT played hard as hell all game, sucks that Chase is out for the year though..The quarterback made conversions when it counted and dropped a dime in the bucket for DeAndre Carter.
The weather was cooperative as Heinicke might not have the arm strength for a windy day.
All despite injuries on the offensive line.
I think the Pats have three bottom teams while the Bills face only two. Falcons and Jets for the Bills. Falcons, Jags, Dolphins for the Pats.I agree about Jones but Allen is also very good.... and I disagree I think the Bills have the slightly easier schedule AND are a somewhat better team.
Donovan McNabb can rejoice. He is not alone anymore in his therapy sessions.When brains collide.
"It's nuts," Lions second-year running back Godwin Igwebuike said. "I'm back there like, 'Yo, how many overtimes can we do?' And they're like, 'Three' ... I hear, 'Two, one,' and we were like, 'Yo, whatever's going on, we're about to just put our all into it.'"
"I didn't even know you could tie in the NFL," Harris said. "In my mind, I was sitting on the bench saying, 'I've got another quarter to go.' But someone came to me and said, 'That's it.' I've never had a tie in my life before."
After Sunday's game between Pittsburgh and Detroit ended in a 16-16 tie, Steelers RB Najee Harris said he "didn't even know you could tie in the NFL," while Lions RB Godwin Igwebuike said he was asking teammates, "How many overtimes can we do?"www.espn.com