... And we're still talking about the officiating.
NFL officiating has been abysmally bad as of late, and I really hate using it as an excuse because it happens to every team every week. They're not out to get anyone. That being said, the officiating around the league on Sunday was very questionable. And I'm not even talking about the Bills-Ravens (so so bad).
The best game of the week was Niners-Saints. And of course this is what we'll continue to talk about. Exhibit A:
Anyone else feel like the Saints always get the shit end of the stick when it comes to these things?
George kittle: warrior.
The end to said great game came with this play from San Francisco tight end George Kittle.
This 39-yard reception late in the fourth quarter set up the game-winning field goal.
bills were looking for hints they couldn't figure out themselves.
It was a windy one in Buffalo on Sunday, and the Ravens' play sheets blew onto the field at one point. Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White grabbed them off the field and started to read them before being stopped by the official.
I mean, they needed the help.
the Ravens are going to the playoffs.
They haven't won the division yet, but they 100% are playoff-bound. You love to see it. Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters is into the same type of celebrating that I'm into!
the patriots are at it again.
The Kansas City Chiefs had some major wardrobe malfunctions before Sunday's matchup with the New England Patriots -- their fuckin equipment was sent to the wrong location.
Why does this stuff only seem to happen when you play the Patriots?
is ryan tannehill actually good?
QB Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans are said to be negotiating a contract for him to remain the starter. Tannehill, who came over from Miami after a not so great start, has led the team on a four-game win streak.
I guess the Marcus Mariota experiment is officially over.
and this is just hilarious.
Jordan Berry and the Pittsburgh Steelers are gonna wanna just pretend this never happened.
things you hate to see: the patriots lose.
That's right. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots lost this week. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs handed the defending Super Bowl champs their first home loss in about two years.
My picks for monday:
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