Every weekend in the NFL, elements draw our attention to the forces in presence, the records that are in the main port or in relation to certain historical notes. Voici, pour la onzième semaine d’activités, 5 elements à surveiller.
1. The Super Bowl Finalists
Les Chiefs et les Eagles en viennent aux prises lundi soir. The turmoil of last time was just that the two finalists of the most recent Super Bowl faced the next season. The last time, this year 2017, when the Patriots managed to cross the Falcons a few months after beating. The winners of the Super Bowl ont won the match revanche four dernières fois. In addition to the Patriots in 2017, the Broncos were behind the Falcons in 2016, the Seahawks beat the Broncos in 2014 and the Packers were behind the Patriots in 1997.
2. C’est chaud, c’est chaud…
This will be difficult to do mieux, but it will always be difficult for football weekends to be as pulsating as last week. Less than six matches are completed by placing the buttons in the last game of the match. Los Browns, Cardinals, Lions, Texans, Seahawks y Broncos ont tous eu chaud jusque dans les toutes dernières secondes. Never, at this time, are six matches not decided in one location in the last game, during the same week of activities. In demand!
3. Who arrested CeeDee Lamb?
The Cowboys offense is firing on all cylinders and receiver CeeDee Lamb is the best season of the day. Last week, a record was set with a troisième match de suite d’au moins 10 receptions, 150 edges and a touch. Against the Panthers, he could also become the first receiver with fewer than 150 games in four suite games. Il ne lui manque que 25 verges pour atteindre la barre des 1000 esta season.
4. The maîtres des sacs du quart
The confrontation between the Steelers and the Browns in Cleveland is a beautiful opportunity to see two of the best hunters in the quarter circuit at the current time. The Browns are wrong about Myles Garrett, the current player with 11 sacks in the quarter. The Steelers faced TJ Watt, who brought them in with 10.5 sacks. After Watt came into the league in 2017, he won 88 sacks, where he claimed the premiership. Garrett is second, with 85.5 bags.
5. Three pairs of brothers
The game against the Lions and Bears will reveal a familiar cachet. For the second time in history, three brother duos meet on the field. Lions blocker Penei Sewell steps back in front of his son, Bears second baseman Noah Sewell. Receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown also faces his brother at the same position on Les Bears, Equanimeous St. Brown. Finally, on the Lions’ defense front, brothers Julian and Romeo Okwara joined forces like every week. The only other time in NFL history that three brother duos were involved in the same game came in 1979, between the Steelers and Bengals (Matt and Chris Barr, Jim and Ross Browner, Archie and Ray Griffin).