This article is part of our Run 'N' Shoot series.
What's left to say about Cam Newton? After Sunday's thrilling win, he's now the only QB to throw for 300 yards and five TDs while rushing for 100 yards in one game. Panthers-Giants wasn't the Game of the Year, though – give me lead changes and fewer fistfights. (Sorry, ODB, you deserve a suspension.)
•Antonio Brown isn't just the NFL's best receiver; after shredding the top-ranked Broncos defense, he's playing at a level that necessitates comparisons to all-time NFL greats. I'd take peak Jerry Rice and Randy Moss over Brown, but 2015 Brown has an argument against any other receiver, no? And to think I hoped Brown might have a quiet game against Denver and go under-the-radar for DFS in Week 16.
• Just when we thought no division could get uglier than the NFC East, Brandon Weeden is now quarterbacking the AFC South-leading Texans. Which playoff game will be more of a joke, the Texans against an 11-win AFC wild-card team, or the NFC East winner against Seattle?
• Lost amidst Doug Baldwin's record-setting touchdown binge is the complete transformation of the Seattle offense. Running game? Pfft. Ever since Marshawn Lynch went down Seattle has been a pass-oriented monster. The beautiful part for us gamers is that it's a three-headed monster with little else. Here, check out the targets the last two weeks: Baldwin: 9, 6; Jermaine Kearse: 8, 8 Tyler Lockett: 7, 7; all other Seahawks combined: 17. Against a Rams defense whose