NFL Week 6 Winners and Losers

So, that happened.

And by that I just don’t mean the Dolphins beating the Steelers (though really?) or Big Ben’s injury (though ouch), or even Odell Becklam Jr’s amazing fantasy football game (though thanks). I mean all of it.

The Bears, and the Redskins and the Bills and another crazy, unpredictable season.

Let’s examine this week’s winners and losers and see where your team ends up.


The Seattle Seahawks: Sure, they’ve been good for a few years – but they’re also the luckiest team in the league, by far. The last play? PI for sure.

Drew Brees: Few people talk about how consistently good Brees is, but after his 16th 400-yard game, we sort of need to.

The Miami Dolphins: Sure, the Steelers like to disappear from time to time, but this wasn’t all on the opponent. This time the Dolphins actually looked good.

LeSean McCoy: He’s one of the main reasons why the Bills are actual contenders. It’s been a while hasn’t it?

The Patriots chance at the #1 Seed: It’s never too early to think about the playoffs, and right now, the Patriots look like the best team in the AFC, if not the league.


Joe DeCamillis: Not that many people knew the name of the Broncos special teams coordinator – but now those who do probably don’t have a good memory associated with it.

Tony Romo: At this point, is he even the #1 QB at Dallas? And, if he is – why?

The Indianapolis Colts: If they can’t beat the Brock Osweiler-led Houston Texans, then who exactly can they beat?

Aaron Rodgers: Everyone has bad games. But is there a worst moment to have a bad game than when your team is honoring the guy you replaced?

The NFL Refs: I know what a pass interference is. Question is, do they?


Odell Beckham Jr, NY Giants. Well, I guess the only question is: How you like him now?


Ladarius Gunter, CB, Green Bay Packers. This wasn’t just a game to forget, it was the kind of game that gets you benched.

Agree? Disagree? Who were your winners and losers for Week 6? Share with us in the comments below.

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