Since joining the Tennesse Titans in 2014, Wesley Woodyard has played every game. A streak of 77 games. On Sunday, Woodyard’s streak would end due to a shoulder injury.
In his absence, the Titans would fall to the Bills 13-12, making them 3-2 on the year.
Luckily, for Woodyard and the Titans, they play in arguably the weakest division in football, and they still hold someplace with a 3-2 record. If they can hurdle the big obstacle in the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Titans might just weasel their way into the playoffs, but they must get their rushing attack going to kick-start their offense.
Jim Matthews/USA TODAY NETWORKIt’s been a struggle for my 2-2-1 Packers this year, and the same goes for Randall Cobb who missed this week again with a bum hamstring.
Cobb is expected to play on Monday night against the San Fransisco 49ers.
Lord, please help the Packers on defense.
While the Jets are still trying to mold their offense around rookie quarterback Sam Darnold, and with inconsistency from Isiah Crowell, it’s been a stop-start kind of season for the Jets.
But, Avery Williamson continues to be a standout on the New York Jets defense. Coming off a stellar performance last week, Williamson led the Jets with nine tackles in New York’s 34-16 victory over the Denver Broncos.
Williamson and the 2-3 Jets will take on the Indianapolis Colts at 1:00 pm on Sunday.
The Arizona Cardinals finally got their first win of the season against the injury-ridden San Fransisco 49ers on Sunday. In the victory, Corey Peters tallied three tackles.
The Cardinals will take on a tough Vikings team; a team ho has had a rollercoaster of a season. Who knows which Minnesota team will show up next week?
It’s been a rough year for the Steelers. With their issues with Leveon Bell, struggling defense, and an aging Ben Roethlisberger, it hasn’t exactly been the season the black and yellow were hoping. However, Pittsburgh dominated the struggling Falcons on Sunday in a 41-17 blowout.
In that blowout, Bud Dupree racked up three tackles.
The Steelers will look to get their first division win against the Bengals on Sunday, and we all know how intense that game can get. You guys might want to tune in for that one at 1:00.
Before Sunday’s game against the Ravens, the Browns hadn’t won on a Sunday since week 14 of the 2015 season.
Sunday’s loss was no fault to Za’Darius Smith and the Ravens defense, as they were two seconds away from holding Cleveland to nine points through 70 minutes of football. Ultimately the Browns would drill a field goal in overtime to beat the Ravens 12-9.
In the loss, Smith had six tackles and had half the sack.