After Week 3, they are a lot of hot seats for coaches and QBs.
Week 1 & 2: Surprise teams and injuries lead the way.
Super Bowl Week: Andy Reid can finally exhale.
Who has to die in the sports world for ESPN to decide to move a pointless exhibition football game that has zero meaning whatsoever to another one of their many channels?
Conference Championship Week: The season comes down to two teams that couldn’t be more different.
Divisional Week: Epic fails by two teams dominate the weekend.
Wild Card Week: After the dust settled, I hate every team left in the playoffs.
Week 17: In 2019, about 30 percent of teams in the NFL were good, 40 percent were mediocre, and 30 percent were shitty.
Week 16: If you don’t have anything nice to say (during the holiday season), don’t say anything at all. This week, I’ll let the rankings speak for themselves.