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    stormstopper

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    1. From 0-3, 2-5, and 3-6 to one game back of the playoffs...
    2. From 0-3, 2-5, and 3-6 to one game back of the playoffs...
    3. Safe to say we have not been a clutch team for the most part. We're -22 in the fourth quarter this year; our second-worst quarter is the third at +17. We had lost our previous 7 OT games before this one dating back to 2020. Mohammed Foster had actually not won an overtime game since at least high school. So to be able to bounce back from giving up a go-ahead field goal with 44 seconds left and get in position for Chamblin to redeem himself and then to execute perfectly in overtime to win a game we had to have is very nice to see. Also Ezekiel Williams Jr. is the first Bear ever wit
    4. Three tickets punched. Eleven to go. This is Washington's third straight NFC East championship, which is the first time any member of the division has done so in its modern construction (i.e. since 2017). Dallas won three of the first four; Philadelphia won numbers 3, 5, and 6. So the division's nine titles are split three ways, perfectly evenly...with everyone except the Giants. Washington's earned a top-2 seed each of the past two years, including the #1 in 2023. At 11-3, they open up a 1.5-game lead on Atlanta and Detroit (but only 1 game in the loss column) for #1 a
    5. For the third time in the last four seasons, the Atlanta Falcons have won the NFC South. The last two times they did it, though, they also picked up a tie en route. So put all your money on the Falcons tying one of their last four games.
    6. If I had a nickel for every time we had exactly 5 points at some point during a game against Green Bay this season, I'd have two nickels. Which isn't a lot, but it's weird that it happened twice. Ezekiel Williams Jr. is that dude. He matches a team single-season record with his third forced fumble of the season and extends his own team single-season (5) and career (7) records for fumble recoveries. And great to see Nick Rowland with his third consecutive and eighth overall 100-yard game this season, setting a career-high with his 125 yards on the ground. -
    7. 2017 Offseason (Pre-draft) To Houston: 2nd-round pick (#40 overall) Houston drafted DT Nathan Knowlton, who had 18 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 5 statsheets in Houston from 2017-mid 2020. He was placed on injured reserve in 2019. He was packaged along with 5 other players and 5 picks (including two 1st-rounders) in exchange for Jacoby Seaverns and Kendall Hill. He had stats of N/A in 2020 and parlayed that performance into more than $5 million of guaranteed money from the Chargers over three years. They traded him to Arizona, where he played until he was cut in
    8. Note: If I cite a stat, it's as of the last time stats were updated which I believe was prior to week 13; the exception is player grades, which are fully updated. AFC Bills: Kyle Cunningham, if we're counting 4th-year players as veterans. Two worst-player grades this year. He's barely net progressed (if at all) in his career. He peaked when he set the Big XII interceptions record, I guess. Could also look at Aaron Hammond here. And that's excluding guys like Ortiz, Galbreath, Faneca, and Mitchell--they're old and all but Faneca has a red player line, but they're produci
    9. @SageBow Can you confirm or deny the rumors that you, Tim Tebow, and Will Chacko are the exact same person?
    10. Will Chacko: best bad quarterback in the universe? Or best bad quarterback in all possible universes? Fun fact: this is the Chargers' seventh consecutive one-possession game. Overall this season they're 6-3 in one-possession games, which isn't blow-your-socks-off or anything but every bit of that edge counts. It probably helps that Israel Coleman and Noah Barney are out there leading an in-your-face rushing attack that gives them a lot more control over the clock.
    11. Welcome back, Taylor Heiden. Pittsburgh's a much scarier team with him: they're 5-3 and scoring 21.75 points per game when he's been able to play the full game, and 1-3 and scoring 13.25 points per game when he hasn't. He'll probably need a rest...oh, I dunno, week 16 or so, just to make sure there's no complications with that thumb, but don't sleep on them. Meanwhile, Colts slide from 9-2 and the outright second-best record in the AFC (and tied for the second-best record in all of football) to...9-3 and the outright second-best record in the AFC (and tied for the second-best recor
    12. With the win, the Patriots pull into a tie for first place in the AFC East. This is the first time all season that the Jets have not had sole possession of first, and it's the first time New England has held a share of the division title since they were in a three-way tie with Buffalo and New York in week 14 of the 2019 season. They were also in a four-way tie for first the week before that. Other than that, they have not held a share of first place of their division at any point in the 32-team era. And with how hard the Jets' remaining schedule is (38-22), I now have the Patriots favored to w
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