Predicting games before the season has its disadvantages. One of the main issues is not knowing how injuries will fall out. But, that’s the type of prediction I decided to make this year, and here are the week nine results.
Ravens vs. Colts
Texans vs. Jaguars
Chiefs vs. Panthers
Vikings vs. Lions
Patriots vs. Jets
Steelers vs. Cowboys
Titans vs. Bears
Dolphins vs. Cardinals
The Dolphins defense got a defensive touchdown against the Cardinals, and they came up big on third down holding Kyler Murray to a measly five first downs on twelve third downs.
Falcons vs. Broncos
The Broncos fell short against the Falcons late in the fourth quarter. Matt Ryan threw three touchdowns in the win.
Raiders vs. Chargers
The Chargers came up short from the one yard line against the Raiders. The pass from Justin Herbert was ruled incomplete after being reviewed. The Chargers had a disappointing loss, but they appear to be in good hands with Herbert.
Bills vs. Seahawks
Chris Carson was out for the game, and the Seahawks defense continued their historically bad campaign. They gave up five touchdowns and over 400 yards to the Bills. The Seahawks defense is on pace to break the record for the most yards given up in a season, by over 1,000 yards!
Packers vs. 49ers
The 49ers had multiple players out with COVID-19, and they couldn’t overcome that burden. Aaron Rodgers had another phenomenal day throwing for four touchdowns and no interception.
Saints vs. Buccaneers
Tom Brady played some of his worst football in his career. Brady threw three interceptions and only 200 yards. These stats were despite Tampa Bay running the ball only five times.
Giants vs. Washington Football Team
The NFC East is unbearably bad. Alex Smith threw three interceptions for the WFT in the loss. The WFT ran for 37 yards on nine carries.
Week 9 Record: 7-7
Season Record: 86-47Tags: NFL, predictions, recap Last modified: November 10, 2020