Sunday, December 1, 2013

Top 10 NFL Week 13 Takeaways

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10) By losing to Matt Cassel and Leslie Frazier, the Bears gave themselves even more options for moving on from the Jay Cutler Era

9) The Niners and the Rams do not like each other, which is to be expected, seeing how both of their coaches are retro meatheads

8) Carolina ended any delusion that Tampa Fan might had had as to how the whole year was Josh Freeman's fault

7) New England further locked down the likely #2 seed in the AFC with a come-from-behind 3-point win against a team that's lost 10 in a row, and yes, this is a terrible year for the AFC

6) Cincy moved closer to locking down the AFC North with a win in San Diego that was so dull, Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis was prominently involved

5) Geno Smith was benched in New York for Matt Simms, which I suppose is less shameful than being benched for Matt Sanchez, but only just

4) After winning in Cleveland, Jacksonville is 3-1 in their last four games, and might be the best team in an incredibly sad AFC South

3) Indy won at home against the Titans with smoke, mirrors, and the spectacular turnover generosity of Ryan Fitzpatrick

3) Andy Reid showed, once again, that there is no better coach in the NFL at long clock-killing drives when behind

2) CJ Spiller infuriated both of his fantasy team owners that were still paying attention

1) With the emergence of San Francisco and Carolina, the NFC should see the first wild card weekend in which both road teams will be favored

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