28 Sep

Week 3 is over and boy was it fun. We saw records be broken, teams move to 3-0, and a few teams fall to 0-3. Week 4 should be an exciting week, and we are looking forward to it, but first let's recap a few things from last week.

The Duel...

There was a fantastic QB duel that was held last week in Arrowhead stadium between Patrick Mahomes and the young stud Justin Herbert. To my surprise and basically everyone elses, Justin Herbert and the Chargers came out on top in a crazy game. Is the tide shifting in the AFC West? The Raiders are 3-0, the Chargers are 2-1, meanwhile the Chiefs are sitting at 1-2… Who would have guessed that? Not me… Did this game show us that the AFC West has two of the best QBs in the league? Yes. The Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes will bounce back, but in this battle last Sunday, Justin Herbert took the cake.

You can watch full game highlights here.

The Kick...

Justin (The Goat) Tucker hit the longest field goal ever recorded last Sunday in an absolute thriller against the Lions. First off, who would have thought the Lions would even be in this game last sunday let alone be winning with 3 seconds left in the game. Lamar Jackson converted an improbable 4th and 19 to set up his team for the field goal, and if that wasn't spectacular enough, Justin Tucker came in and hit a SIXTY SIX yard field goal to win the game. It was honestly one of the most amazing things I’ve seen on a football field and it left my jaw wide open. The Ravens have been nothing but exciting to start this year.

 You can watch full game highlights here.

37 Seconds...

37 seconds is all that Aaron Rodgers needed to win the game last Sunday night. In a primetime showdown versus the 49ers, Aaron Rodgers needed to show out and wow did he do so. Rodgers was impeccable and couldn't be stopped, along with getting every pass interference call known to man. Davante Adams absolutely shredded the 49ers injured secondary and showed that he is a top 3 wide receiver in this league. The 49ers drove down the field with very little time left and scored a touchdown to take a 28-27 lead with only 37 seconds left to go. 37 seconds though was all Rodgers needed and the Packers won the game on a Mason Crosby 53 yard field goal. An exciting game to say the least and it was the most watched SNF game since 2015.

You can watch full game highlights here.

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