Tom Brady makes NFL history… again, plus Raven could be in trouble

Good Monday morning, sports fans. I hope this newsletter puts you well rested and your fantasy team alive in the knockout stages.

Unfortunately, mine will only be missing a hair… but I’ll go through the pain and bring you everything you need to know from a wild Week 14 – and more.

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Good morning to everyone but especially…


  • Breaking the NFL finish record? Test.
  • Throw yours 700th career pass encounter (including knockouts)? Test.
  • There is even a passport for the 700th time in his career game winner in extra time? Test.

It’s all in one working day for brave cat, who found? Breshad Perriman for a 58-yard walk score like Buccaneers beat the Bills, 33-27.

For most of the afternoon, there doesn’t seem to be a need for any heroes, because:

  • Tampa Bay led 24-3 at halftime, with Brady and Leonard Fournette they both rush to touch and Brady throws a touch to Mike Evans.
  • But Josh Allen Remarkably leading Bill come back in the second half with a quick touchdown and pass the touches to Dawson Knox and Gabriel Davis.
  • In extra time, Buffalo beat in his first attempt. Soon, Brady spotted Perriman hunched over on the field. Perriman overcomes the protection of the Bills to the very end.

It’s far from perfect, but Tampa take as many turns as needed, speak NFL Our writer Tyler Sullivan:

  • Sullivan: “While the defense allowed the Bills 24 points in the last two quarters of the regulation, they were only able to bend and not break when Buffalo brought the ball down the Tampa Bay seven-yard line with less than 30 seconds to play. … In injury time, the unit looked like what we saw in the first half and was forced to make a quick treble, then hand the ball back to Brady, who would eventually beat Perriman in battle out. touch down.”

Honorable mention:

And not a good morning for…


The story of the Baltimore Ravens season is recovering from injury. However, the latest can be the hardest to roll back to. Lamar Jackson injured with high ankle injury in the second quarter of lost 24-22 to Cleveland.

No quarterback relies on their mobility as much as Jackson. While backing up Tyler Huntley relieved, he’s not Jackson.

With Baltimore’s second straight loss, AFC North has become anyone’s division, our NFL expert Bryan DeArdo writes:

  • DeArdo:Who will win the North is anyone’s guess. Each team has its own strengths and weaknesses. It’s almost certain that the North won’t be decided until Week 18, when four teams face off against each other in the final two games that will determine a champion. “

The crows were all wounded – only Giant there are more players on IR – and their schedule is downright brutal. Baltimore’s next three games are against Packers, in Bengali (who won the first meeting 41-17) and against Rams. If they had to play any of those games without Jackson, it would be even more difficult.

Not too honorable mention:

Packers recover from a shaky first half, proving they still own the Bear

If you checked the mid-round score is Bears-Packers Last night, you might have made a double. If you check again after the game is over, everything is back to normal.

Aaron Rodgers throw four touchdown passes – two of which are passes Davante Adams — and Packers beat Bears 24-3 in second half to beat Chicago, 45-30.

The Bears took a 10-0 lead and took a 27-21 lead at halftime thanks to some strong play from Justin Fields and the first relegation game of the season from Jakeem Grant.

But Green Bay dominate both sides of the ball after halftime, writes our NFL expert Cody Benjamin.

  • Benjamin: “After a slow start where they were underdogs in consecutive series, they basically moved the ball at will. And that takes a toll on a team like the Bears, who were worse off to the start. . Rodgers looks as relaxed as ever. He’s steady, often finishing floating to open goals off his back foot.”

The Packers caught up with the Buccaneers for the 2nd seed in NFC. Both are half the game behind Quantily, players Rams tonight.

Cowboys Take control of NFC East with superior defense

The Cowboys took a 21-0 lead in Washington and then continued win 27-20, expanded their NFC East guide to three games.

Cowboys forced four turnover for the second game in a row – their first time doing so since 2007 – and filled five sacks. Defense is looks better and better when it gets the important parts back, our Cowboys expert Patrik Walker writes:

  • Walker: “With the return of [Randy] Gregory and [Neville] Gallimore to a unit that has seen the All-Pro pass DeMarcus Lawrence recaptured the field a week ago, the Cowboys’ defensive front made [Taylor] Heinicke I wish he was in bed. “

Micah Parsons also continued the season’s Defensive Rookie of the Year (and possibly Defensive Player of the Year?) with a pair of sacks. And it’s a good thing that the defense is dominating because the attack is, once again, falling.

Dak Prescott and the company took just 323 yards – at least in a win this season – and the only reason the game ended was because Prescott picked six in the fourth quarter. Ezekiel Elliott finished under 50 yards for the fifth game in a row. Even with all the big names insulting, The Cowboys will go as far as their defense takes them, our NFL insider Jason La Canfora writes:

  • La Canfora: “Don’t get me wrong. Dak Prescott didn’t win any MVP awards, Zeke Elliott got beaten up, and all those collects were great, but it was the defense that opened and closed the big win over one team. Washington is on the rise. the way, and it’s the big-player defense that will have to take the lead in the post-season.”

The Longhorns are not back yet, but they have a new quarterback

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Texas may have lost six of its last seven games and failed to qualify for a bad game, but the Longhorns have racked up one of the biggest wins of the season to date.

Quinn Ewers – recruiting top overall in the class of 2021 and “one of the most overrated quarterback rookies of all time” – moving from Ohio State.

It was a big day for Steve Sarkisian’s show, write ours College football expert Shehan Jeyarajah:

  • Jeyarajah: “The Longhorns staged a big recruiting day for Ewers and five-star attacking quarterback Kelvin Banks, who moved from Oregon to Texas after the Ducks’ coach change. … The Longhorns have rotated quarterbacks Casey Thompson and Hudson Card, but both have struggled to build much consistency. “

What we’re watching on Monday

πŸ€ Warriors at Pacers (+4.5), 7pm on NBA TV
🏈 Rams in Cardinals (-2.5)
, 8:15 p.m. on ESPN
πŸ€ Suns at Clippers (+3.5), 10:30 p.m. on NBA TV Tom Brady makes NFL history… again, plus Raven could be in trouble

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