NFL Week 7 notes: Myles Garrett, AJ Brown…

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Con seven weeks of competition between chest and back, we already have reliable evidence of how some franchises are doing. The surprises in NFL are the order of the day, but it is true that the teams that were leaving bad feelings, for the moment, have not made us change our minds and the teams that, on the contrary, were leaving us with a good taste in our mouths, are beginning to show themselves more solid and are capable of finding different paths to victory. With all this, we are going to put a note to what has been a more than entertaining week 7.

In the eighth episode of The Touchdown, contributors analyze the best and worst of this Week 7.

I have to admit that I have been plagued by doubts to look for the best of the day. I really like what you are doing Todd Monken con Lamar Jackson in the Ravens and we are seeing the best of the quarterback in the passing game. But it is impossible for me not to give the A+ to Myles Garrett after what he did in his match against the Colts. Nine tackles, two sacks, two caused fumbles, one pass defended and an extraordinary action to block a field goal. All this had to be done so that the Browns They achieved their fourth victory of the season. Arrives Halloween and there is no one in the league scarier than him.

On Sunday Night Football between the Eagles and the Dolphins, AJ Brown He had his fifth consecutive game with more than 125 receiving yards. The Philadelphia team’s wide receiver has exploded this season as one of the three best receivers in the championship and is giving his quarterback all kinds of options, whether for the short, medium or long game. His imposing physique is a nightmare for rival secondary schools and he destroys cornerbacks wherever he goes.

It is not being an easy season for Mac Jones And yet, the young quarterback continues to fight to continue being a starter in an attack that played its best game when no one expected it. In front of the Bills, Jones managed to protect the ball and not commit a turnover. From that point on, the 272 passing yards and two touchdowns helped his team beat the Bills who continue to leave us doubts about what should be a much more solid team than what they have shown us in their seven games played. Also, victory number 300 for Bill Belichick. (And there are people who want to throw him out, that’s nothing).

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