Dak Prescott made some good throws, but he's no longer a mobile quarterback.
It's strange to write off the Seahawks this early during the Russell Wilson era, but there's no coming back from 3-8.
Matt Ryan, Cordarrelle MVPatterson and the Falcons held onto the win in Chris Liss' and Dalton Del Don's high-stakes Survivor Pool.
Despite losing Darren Waller to an injury early on, Derek Carr and the Raiders stepped up big in their upset win over the Cowboys.
Chris Liss had already thrown in the towel on Daniel Jones earlier this year, but this game cemented it.
Jonathan Taylor ran roughshod over the Bills defense for five touchdowns and 204 total yards.
Mac Jones played another good game, and Chris Liss considers the Patriots to be the favorites in the AFC. A Tom Brady-Bill Belichick Super Bowl is becoming more plausible.
Deebo Samuel was unstoppable in a blowout win for the 49ers Monday night.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs were back -- at least during Week 10 -- and it cost Chris Liss his best bet streak.
The Dolphins defense got after Lamar Jackson all game, propelling the team to an upset win.
Justin Fields passed the eye test in a tough Monday night road matchup.
Mac Jones didn't have to do much, but the Patriots, getting better every week, are starting to give off a 2001 vibe.
Jonathan Taylor's night could have been even bigger, but he's now the 1.1 in fantasy leagues.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs prevailed, but this is not the team of the past few years.
Michael Carter and the Jets showed up for 60 minutes Sunday, pulling off arguably the biggest upset of the season, to date.
Aaron Jones picked up the slack in Thursday's win with Davante Adams out.
Alvin Kamara carried the load with 20 carries and 10 catches Monday night.
Joe Burrow leads qualified passers with 9.2 yards per passing attempt so far this season, thanks in large part to Ja'Marr Chase's otherworldly 14.8 yards per target.
D'Ernest Johnson was shockingly good and deserves to see regular work somewhere.
Despite 784 carries, including playoffs, from 2019-20, Derrick Henry looks none the worse for the wear.
After getting ignored in the first half, Jonathan Taylor took over the game in the second.
Leonard Fournette is the clear lead back in one of the league's best offenses.
Mark Andrews had a game for the ages with two TDs and two two-point conversions.
A brutal injury week for the Giants and the NFL as a whole. Saquon Barkley (above) rolled his ankle after stepping on a defender's foot after the play was over.
if you benched Robert Woods, you missed the forest for the trees.
Austin Ekeler's early-down between-the-tackles running was impressive.
You had to wait a couple weeks, but Saquon Barkley is once again a top-five overall back.
He didn't get the win, but it seemed the light bulb finally went on for mega-prospect Trevor Lawrence.
Ezekiel Elliott looked like the vintage version, overpowering the Eagles for 116 total yards and two touchdowns.
The greatest of all time at his position by a greater margin than any player at any position came through massively for all the marbles.