Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) There’s weirdness in every NFL season. We learned a lot about football Sunday, with some of it being quite offbeat. “Wow, wow, wow,” Devlin Hodges said an hour after he quarterbacked the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Chargers in California, one year to the day from beating VMI as the quarterback at tiny Samford (Ala.) University. “What a wild ride. I won an NFL game. What a feeling. What a feeling.” Hodges over Philip Rivers was a fitting end to the day that had other weirdness. The San Francisco defense is starting to play in New England’s league, the Chiefs have some legitimate problems, we’ve got a real MVP race, the glory guys of the 2015 draft are on contractual life support, Lamar Jackson can play any way he and the Ravens want, and it’s almost wait till next year for the Browns (again). And Dallas lost to the Jets. Jameis turned it over six times. No NFC team is worse than the Falcons. Unexpected story: Crisis in… Read full this story
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