There have been plenty of deflating injuries during the 2020 season. The latest came on Sunday when Joe Burrow – Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and the number one overall pick in the 2020 draft – suffered a season-ending knee injury on Sunday.
Sunday Night Football featured a potential Game of the Year candidate between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Instead, we got a potential season-defining blowout and a game that ultimately might have a major factor in the NFC playoff picture.
Through seven weeks, the Pittsburgh Steelers appear to be the team to beat after overcoming the Baltimore Ravens in Charm City on Sunday. Pittsburgh’s big win, another Chargers collapse, and more bad NFC East football highlighted Week 8 as we approach (sadly) the season’s halfway point.
Between Todd Gurley’s faux pas, the wild Sunday night battle between the Cardinals and Seahawks, and the big AFC battle between the Steelers and Titans, nothing may have been more important than what happened in Foxborough on Sunday evening.
Week 6’s highest profile game of the week turned into a rout; while the Houston Texans got run over by a human tractor in Tennessee; and the Atlanta Falcons finally got a win. All of those highlights and more headlined an entertaining Week 6 of Sunday action.
Week 5 saw an increase in penalties and game postponements but it did little to prepare us for Sunday’s biggest story.
What appeared to be a Sunday that would be anchored by a meeting between the last two Super Bowl champions, turned into another high-scoring weekend filled with anxiety on what dangers COVID-19 has lurking around the corner as the NFL finishes off Week 4 on Monday.
Week 3 action was far less traumatic than last week’s never-ending ride to an injured reserve list. However, it was certainly traumatic for numerous teams including the NFC East that saw their defenses give up an average of 32 points per game on Sunday. Yet, no one’s pain […]
The early games in Week 2 were an abject disaster. The 10 early Sunday games saw competitive battles and one of the most memorable regular finishes in recent memory (we’ll get to that). However, injuries stole the show early on.
The JMRA Football Podcast is back with part two of our look at the Top 10 Teams of the Super Bowl Era.