John Wolford got the job done against the Cardinals with some help by the scheme of Sean McVay.
Mitchell Trubisky’s improved play along with Nagy’s play-calling has the Bears knocking on the door of the playoffs.
Jalen Hurts finally got his first start and was efficient running the offense, added a running threat, and was able to pull out the victory.
Tampa has made things work well enough to be solidly in a wildcard spot, but there are some concerns to be had about Tom Brady’s deep ball.
Taysom Hill got his first start as the QB for the Saints and he did not disappoint. He showed accuracy, poise, and proved he belongs.
Lamar Jackson hasn’t taken the leap many thought he would in year 3 but that doesn’t mean he isn’t one of the best players in the NFL.
Drew Lock has the highest highs and the lowest of lows. Let’s look at some of the concerns and enticing potential he brings to the Broncos.