Spiderfan's 2020 Web of Football Week 9 Edition Nov 10, 2020 22:01:27 GMT -8
Post by spiderfan on Nov 10, 2020 22:01:27 GMT -8
Greetings, SCtoC I am Spiderfan the official NFL Analyst for this great website and this is Web of Football for Week 9 of the National Football League season. Without further ado, let us begin!
The destruction of the Tommy Bay Buccaneers
Dat is the New Orleans Saints destroying the Tommy Bay Buccaneers on Sunday Night Football. The Buccaneers offense started out the game with 4 straight 3 and outs. The Saints took advantage of those 3 and outs by scoring a TD on 3 of their first 4 possessions (the only possession they didn't score was a fumble at the 1 yard line by Saints TE Jared Cook) with Saints QB Drew Brees completely chopping up the Buccaneers defense Fruit Ninja style. To make matters worse Buccaneers QB Tom Brady had a pinball type interception, which then led to yet another Saints TD drive. All of the Saints TD drives started with short fields too, thus putting the Buccaneers defense on edge the entire time. The Saints added a FG after a Buccaneers turnover on downs and it was 31-0 at halftime. The final score ended up being 38-3 after the Buccaneers decided they didn't want to get shut out in the 4th quarter.
The Saints have now swept the Buccaneers in their season series and now lead the NFC South after their second dominant win over Buccaneers. Despite being the preseason NFC favorites and then seemingly playing like the NFC favorites the last few weeks, the Buccaneers have hit a roadblock. With the Saints sweeping them, the Buccaneers are likely to be a wild card team and may or may not have to play the Saints again in the postseason which probably wouldn't end well.
It was a catch (at least in my opinion)
In a low scoring affair between the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts, Ravens CB picked off Colts QB Philip Rivers, a play that gave the Ravens momentum and ultimately turned the tide of the game. The reason I bring it up this week is due to the controversial nature of the play:
Initially, the ruling on the field was an incomplete pass, however Ravens HC John Harbaugh decided to challenge the play. On review, it appeared to me that Peters caught the ball and held the ball for long enough for that to be the case. He has the ball in his hands and he also takes not 1, not 2, but 3 steps with the ball. Thus a catch, thus an interception. What do you think?
P.S. Dez caught it
-Apparently, the Tinys shrink against everyone else that isn't the Football Team
-Bills QB Josh Allen may have entered the MVP conversation after his performance against the Seahawks. We'll see how the second half of the season goes.
-Tua is now 2-0 against Kyler Murray if ya count the 2019 Orange Bowl.
ROAD TO 0-16
1 team is currently 0-9. I will keep doing this segment until that team has a win or a tie. The team that is currently without a win or tie is:
New York Jets
I give the Jets some credit for playing the Patriots closer than they have in years. I give Joe Flacco credit for playing the best he has in years. None of that mattered because despite having a 10 point 4th quarter lead, the Jets managed to lose in regulation after the Patriots scored 13 unanswered points. The Jets are still the frontrunners for the number 1 pick, something which MNF play by play commentator Steve Levy brought up during the game. If the Jets play like they did on Monday Night, I imagine that they'll win a game at some point... but this is the Jets.
ROAD TO 16-0
1 team is currently undefeated. I will keep doing this segment until that team has a win or a tie. The team that is currently without a win or tie is:
I'm not sure if the Steelers played down to the level of the pathetic Cowboys or if the Cowboys actually showed up for the first time since Dak got hurt. Either way, the Steelers managed to squeak out a win and now have their best start in franchise history. I think we'll know for sure what happened with this game next week when the Steelers play the Bengals next week and when the Cowboys play the Vikings next week.
And that was Web of Football for this week folks. I know this week's edition was a bit shorter, but as always I hope ya enjoyed and I hope to see ya again next week. This is spiderfan out.