Tom Brady got his seventh Super Bowl ring, but the story of the game was the Bucs defense dominating Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
A dominant performance by Tyreek Hill showed why he's the best wideout in the NFL.
Tom Brady is now one win away from his 10th Super Bowl appearance.
Ben Roethlisberger filled up the stat sheet with 501 yards, four touchdowns and four disastrous picks.
Deshaun Watson's historic season was wasted on the 4-12 Texans.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs come up big against the Patriots.
Davante Adams had three more touchdown catches, giving him 17 in only 13 games.
Monster games from Jeff Wilson and Myles Gaskin could turn some league title match-ups.
Alvin Kamara scored six touchdowns in an epic performance, and it could have been seven or eight.
Chris Liss regrets not parlaying the Bengals and Jets moneylines this week.
Jalen Hurts looked like the long-term solution for the Eagles in a tough loss to the Cardinals.
Josh Allen had his way with the Broncos defense, even on a goal-to-go from the 30-yard line.
Justin Herbert looked awfully sharp in his team's win over the Raiders.
Lamar Jackson made some errant throws, but he ran well and delivered big when it counted most.
It was too late for some, but Jonathan Taylor finally looks like the player many anticipated before the season.
Cam Akers was the clear workhorse in a convincing win over the Patriots.
Lamar Jackson looked spry in his return from COVID on Tuesday night.
Josh Allen looked like Patrick Mahomes Monday night, carving the 49ers into pieces.
There are always bad beats in fantasy football, but few worse than Tyreek Hill losing one long TD to a holding call and another to Andy Reid neglecting to throw a challenge flag on a clear catch.
Ben Roethlisberger used to throw down the field all the time, but now he's dink and dunking like Philip Rivers.
How old is Carson Wentz? He looks like late-stage Brett Favre.
Alvin Kamara's value has been destroyed by Sean Payton's decision to use Taysom Hill rather than Jameis Winston in place of Drew Brees.
Workhorse Antonio Gibson scored three times and had seven targets in the blowout win over the Cowboys.
Looking like end-stage Brett Favre, Carson Wentz is working on a dubious triple crown -- he leads the NFL in sacks, interceptions and fumbles.
Tyler Lockett had another good game against the Cardinals secondary.
Adam Thielen and the Vikings passing game did enough against a toothless Bears squad.
While Russell Wilson slowed down, Kyler Murray kept up the historic pace.
Nyheim Hines was the hot hand Thursday night, sucking up all of the running back production, while relegating Jonathan Taylor and Jordan Wilkins to irrelevance.
Cam Newton and the Patriots did what they had to in a win over the Jets.
Tua Tagovailoa was as advertised in Week 9, and if he keeps it up, we might be looking at one of the better QB draft classes of all time.