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And afresh there was one.
By advantage of New England’s last-second win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday night’s thriller, there is now aloof one best aggregation in the National Football League. That account belongs to the Los Angeles Rams, who squeaked by the Broncos in Denver.
That win by the Patriots may accept been the bigger accident of Anniversary 6, but it absolutely wasn’t the abandoned one. There were last-second avowal in Cincinnati. A Texas-sized beatdown in Dallas. Absolute arresting ascendancy in Nashville. And activity abounding from bank to coast—and alike overseas.
Now that the dust has (mostly) settled, Bleacher Report NFL analysts Brad Gagnon, Gary Davenport and Brent Sobleski aggregate to do what they’ve done every anniversary this season—rank every aggregation in the alliance from the basal to the top.
That aggregation at the top is the Rams (duh), but there’s a new No. 32—fresh off a European vacation they would aloof as anon forget.
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Last Week: 30
Week 6 Result: Absent 27-3 vs. Seattle (London)
Welcome to our account copy of “How bad can the Raiders get?”
The acknowledgment to that catechism is still unanswered—because it seems with anniversary casual game, the Silver and Black set a new low-water mark.
Earlier this week, Raiders arch drillmaster Jon Gruden adumbrated he wasn’t attractive advanced to aerial beyond the Atlantic, adage via Ann Killion of the San Francisco Chronicle that connected flights accord him vertigo.
Either said blackout was contagious, or the absolute Raiders aggregation was hopped up on Dramamine on Sunday—and not the non-drowsy kind, either.
Oakland’s “performance” adjoin the Seahawks was embarrassing. accretion beneath than 200 yards of breach and averaging 3.3 yards a play.