What Have We Learned This Week:
In any game, one mistake could be the deciding factor between ensuring a win for your team, or giving the game away; Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers learned this lesson this week.
The curse of the Terrible towel continues to haunt the Baltimore Ravens, as it came in the form of Payton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
Adrian Peterson is so good, so good that he had more rushing yards than all the runningbacks combined in this game! So at this point, we all know who the leader of the Minnesota Vikings is.
To beat JJ Watts and the Houston Texans, you will need a lot more than “Luck”.
The Arizona Cardinals won their game, which is something we have not said in almost two months.
The Chicago Bears, may not be the team we all thought they were; a playoff spot that was once secure, is slipping away with each passing week.
Despite whatever frustrations Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have endured this season, they began the healing process by disposing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
No RGIII, no problem. Fellow rookie quarterback Kirk Cousins showed the nation that the Washington Redskins can win without RGIII.
The Buffalo Bills received a warm welcome from their fans at the Rogers Center in Toronto. Unfortunately for them, former Bills runningback Marshawn Lynch and the Seattle Seahawks were not-so friendly on this occasion.
Tom Brady as always was good, but today he met a greater match in Colin Kaepernick, leaving no doubt that he is San Francisco 49ers‘s main quarterback. As for Alex Smith, he may have seen his last days with the team he once led.
NFL Week 15 Scores
Giants 0 vs. Falcons 34
Broncos 34 vs. Ravens 17
Packers 21 vs. Bears 13
Redskins 38 vs. Browns 21
Colts 17 vs. Texans 29
Jaguars 3 vs. Dolphins 24
Buccaneers 0 vs. Saints 41
Vikings 36 vs. Rams 22
Lions 10 vs Cardinals 38
Seahawks 50 vs. Bills 17
Panthers 40 vs. Chargers 7
Steelers 24 vs. Cowboys 27 OT
Chiefs 0 vs. Raiders 13
49ers 41 vs. Patriots 34