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NFL Round Up Week 17 - NFC

Here is everything that happened this weekend in the National Football Conference.

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New York Giants at Chicago Bears -6
O/U 36.5

The Bears had a nice tribute to John Madden and Jeff Dickerson before kickoff.

Mike Glennon made his triumphant return to Soldier Field on Sunday.

He and the Giants came out FLYING in this one.

Robert Quinn what a season for the man.

The Bears defense was ball hawking all day

The Bears' secondary allowed just 12 passing yards against the Giants. That ties for the fewest yards allowed by a secondary all season. 

-249 total yards
-3.2 YPC for 87 rushing yards
-50% completion percentage w/ 2 INT

They allowed 3.8 yards per play. The team leading the NFL in that category allows 4.7 yards per play. Patrick Graham & this Defense's toughest opponent is their offense.

You'd also think that a team mathematically eliminated from the playoffs weeks ago would be getting their green guys some snaps right? Wrong.

  • Khalil Herbert – 9 snaps
  • Teven Jenkins – 7 snaps
  • Thomas Graham Jr. – 4 snaps
  • Khyiris Tonga – 1 snap
  • Dazz Newsome – 0 snaps

Matt Nagy clearly playing chess as usual.

Dalton actually looked pretty good too.

Dalton threw for 173 yards, 18 of 35, for 1 TD and 1 INT.

This one was never close.

Giants 3
Bears 29

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Football Team +4.5
O/U 44.5

This needs to stop.

I like Jalen Hurts. Sue me.

Philly's league-leading rushing attack was held to a season-low 3.4 yards per carry with Sanders out because of a broken left hand. Twelve days after racking up 238 yards on the ground against Washington, the Eagles had 119 yards rushing. But Boston Scott went off in the red zone

The Eagles D came up big in this game.

Rodney McLeod picked off Heinicke in the end zone with 24 seconds remaining to seal it.

Aside from the pick, Heinicke was 27 of 36 for 247 yards.

I like this kid too. He takes a POUNDING. 

The real show came after the game as Jalen Hurts was walking to the locker room.

How the fuck is Dan Snyder allowed to own an NFL franchise?

Eagles 20
WFT 16

Houston Texans at San Francisco 49ers -12.5
O/U 44

Is Davis Mills legit?

Deebo Samuel sure as fuck is

This was a hell of a pick

How many times has George Kittle bailed out the 9ers?

Trey Lance got his first NFL win in this one.

He finished 16 for 23 for 249 yards with two TDs.

Texans 7
49ers 23

Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys -6.5
O/U 51.5


Things you don't see that often. Diggs getting dusted.

Holy shit what a grab

"Anotha one" - Dj Khaled voice

Dallas finally decided to show up

Prescott's third TD pass, a 4-yarder to Amari Cooper, and a 2-point conversion toss to Cedrick Wilson pulled Dallas within three with five minutes remaining.

There was this extremely controversial fumble/no fumble that I'm still not sure of a day later

Edmonds lost the ball at the end of a 6-yard run but was ruled down as Dallas' Osa Odighizuwa recovered right on the sideline.

Since the Cowboys were out of timeouts, they couldn't challenge even though the replay made it appear the call could have been overturned. As a result, Murray finished off a turnover-free showing against the NFL's leading team in takeaways coming in.


Here's another crazy stat. Kyler Murray is no 8-0 at Jerry World.

Cardinals 25
Cowboys 22

Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints -6.5
O/U 37.5

Great name

Cam Jordan is a beast.

That was one of 3 1/2 sacks for Jordan, who led a menacing, seven-sack performance by New Orleans' defense

Alvin Kamara had New Orleans' first touchdown in more than 11 quarters.

This one was a yawn fest.

Panthers 10
Saints 18

Detroit Lions at. Seattle Seahawks -7.5
O/U 41.5

The Lions didn't look awful in this one, they just allowed Seattle to get out WAY ahead early.

God Ciara is so hot

The over hit early in this one.

What a day for DK. Sucks for those fantasy managers out there who left him on their bench in the championship (Kevin)

Wilson finished 

- 20/29 Comp/Att
- 236 Pass Yds
- 4 TDs

Lions 29
Seahawks 51 

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers -13.5
O/U 42.5

Can anybody explain this to me?

This guy fucks 

Guys, I think the Packers are pretty good this year.

Rodgers went 29 of 38 for 288 yards and 2 TDs.

We need more big guys getting the rock more often. Instant electricity.

Green Bay continued their dominance at home in one that was never even a contest. They're undefeated this season at Lambeau. And clinched home-field throughout the playoffs. Not a genius but that bodes pretty well for a trip to the Super Bowl.