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NFL Round Up Week 15 - AFC

There's actually a beautiful silver lining with Covid fucking up the NFL schedule -

Here is everything that happened in the American Football Conference this weekend-

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New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts -2.5
O/U 44.5

The Colts took New England to the woodshed in the first 3 quarters of this game Saturday night.

When was the last time you saw a blocked Patriots punt? Returned for six? I think I've seen 3 this season which is mind bottling.

Mac looked shaky in the first half, no thanks to Josh McDaniels horrific play calling. He threw it back to Weeks 1-4 in this one for some reason.

Game was a real roller coaster ride for Hightower

Is there a bigger mystery player than Jamie Collins? Guy was all pro on New England under Belichick. Leaves for a monster pay day, TWICE, only to be cut and almost out of the league, only to return to New England again and thrive. 

New England finally got their shit together in the 4th, and holy fuck, Harry caught a deep ball

Jones would add two TDs to TE Hunter Henry in the final minutes but it was too little too late.

Especially when Jonatahn Taylor managed to make to make Hightower get beat bad on this.

He finished the game with 29 carries for 170 yards and this TD.

FINAL-
Patriots 17
Colts 27

Carolina Panthers at Buffalo Bills -11.5
O/U 44

An hour before kickoff the Panthers got dealt a real kick in the nuts when kicker Zane Gonzalez had to be helped off the field after hurting his quad. So they had to scramble and hold an impromptu tryout to replace his duties

The injury forced Carolina to have to totally adjust to video game mode. The Panthers passed up a field-goal attempt and failed to convert fourth-and-9 from Buffalo's 24 to end their second possession. Carolina went for 2 after both touchdowns and converted once. It also went just 1 for 5 on fourth downs.

Josh Allen's arm is a thing of beauty

Allen went 19 of 34 for 210 yards passing with three touchdowns and an interception in this one.

Somehow Cam Newton is still taking snaps

And clocking TDs

Newton finished 13 of 39 for 156 yards and an interception, with 15 carries for a team-leading 71 yards. He extended his NFL record by scoring a TD rushing and TD passing for the 44th time of his career.

p.s. - Labatt Blue is an EXTREMELY underrated beer

FINAL -
Panthers 14
Bills 31

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins -9.5
O/U 41

Sup-

(Kristy Althaus?)

The J-E-T-S came out flying in this one

At least it's not his throwing shoulder

Most Jets Dolphins headline ever

I got a fever. And the only prescription is more big man TDs and more worm celebrations

The Jets kept fighting in this one

The fins are hot babay

FINAL-
Jets 24
Dolphins 31

Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers +1
O/U 43

STOP DISRESPECTING THE HOME TEAMS MIDFIELD LOGO! It never turns out well

The story in this one was Pitsburgh's defense in the 2nd half. (and TJ Watt's cleats)

They forced four turnovers — three on consecutive Tennessee possessions in the second half and totally swung the game. 

The Titans ran for 202 yards, including 108 by D'Onta Foreman, controlled possession for more than 39 minutes and converted eight of 18 third downs. 

Take a good look at the chains on the far side of the field here. Because the spot was fucking ridiculous

FINAL-
Titans 13
Steelers 19

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars -4.5
O/U 39.5

This one was the schedule makers dream. And it got off to a hot start.

Smith returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, ending the longest drought in the NFL

Are you fuckin kidding me guy?

Texans rookie quarterback Davis Mills won for the first time in eight starts. He connected with Brandin Cooks twice for touchdowns, once early and again late.

The Jags, playing their first game since firing coach Urban Meyer, dropped their sixth consecutive game and 10th straight in AFC South play. Thanks to Detroit's victory, the Jaguars now are in line to have the No. 1 draft pick for the second straight year.

FINAL-
Texans 30
Jaguars 16

Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos -3
O/U 44

Burrow was slingin it

Drew Lock was not 

After wresting the ball from Lock, Kareem tumbled to the ground, bounced up and rumbled down the Broncos' sideline before left tackle Garett Bolles chased him down and hammered out the ball, then smothered the fumble at the Cincinnati 40-yard line.

Umm..

Lock threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Tim Patrick with 1:15 left in the third quarter, giving Denver a 10-9 lead, but Patrick was whistled for taunting after the score, which quickly came back to haunt the Broncos. 

ENOUGH OF THIS NFL

FINAL-
Bengals 15
Broncos 10

Tuesday night we've got the Las Vegas Raiders at Cleveland Browns -1 (41.5)

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