ร่วมเป็นสมาชิกเมื่อ: 25 October 2017
NFL Week 8: 7 things we learned as Big Ben's big day puts the Steelers back in the mixPLUS: A Gronkowski back amongst the pigeons, New York's quarterback sinkhole, Emmanuel Sanders' career day and one sensational comeback on UK soil
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18:00, 27 OCT 2014Blue Steel: Roethlisberger levelled the Colts with a passing day for the ages
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Another whirlwind week in the NFL is in the books and what a week it was.
We saw nine, count 'em nine, quarterbacks pass for over 300 yards, several go over 400 and one Big Ben shaped one go over 500.
It was a week for big scoring, very big plays, bigger hits and a sensational comeback on UK soil.
With nearly half the season in the books we can take the opportunity to take stock and assess just where authentic jerseys wholesale the runners and riders are, and more importantly, where we think they might be come January.
There are good teams, bad teams, some downright awful teams and only one prize to play for.
Here's what we learned from a wild week 8:
Pittsburgh are in the mix There really is no other place to start this week's wrap up than in Pittsburgh and Ben Roethlisberger's day for the ages. The numbers are eye watering: 40 of 49 and SIX touchdowns and a startling 81.6 completion percentage. 7's 522 yards on the day fell just 32 short of Norm Van Brocklin's all time NFL record. Big Ben now sits as the only quarterback in league history to have thrown for TWO 500 yard games in his career.
Roethlisberger levelled the Colts, a defence fresh from shutting out the Bengals a week ago, for 51 points with Antonio Brown and Heath Miller flaming for 100 plus each. In this mood the Steelers look the class of the division, and a very real threat in the postseason mix to boot. They host their bitter rivals Baltimore under the lights next weekend in a match up which could decide the North. The rest of the AFC will be watching on with interest.
Gronk is BACKWhen Rob Gronkowski clicks, New England clicks. Unfortunately for the rest of the NFL the big man is back and on the march. Helped by his quarterback, who like Roethlisberger had his own day in the sun with 30 of 35 for five scores, the big tight end looked every inch his ferocious and fearsome best as he bullied the bereft Bears for three scores and 149 yards.
When healthy, which has been all too rare over the last handful of years, there is no bigger game changer in the NFL. Gronkowski's freakish combination of 6ft 6in, 120kg size and 4.6secs speed make him virtually uncoverable when on song. Brady's favourite comfort blanket was just that on Sunday and Chicago had simply no answer. With TB purring again after an early season wobble and Gronk spiking on all cylinders once more New England look a lock for a deep playoff run.
The Bills wholesale jerseys China D can ball with anyone As we sit at midseason Buffalo are 5 3 and in the hunt in the AFC. With Kyle Orton cemented at QB and rookie Sammy Watkins looking every bit the first rounder he was picked to be, the Bills look a frisky outfit this season. But as good as all that no doubt is, there is only one reason why Doug Marrone's men are sitting pretty after eight weeks that cheap jerseys dominant defence.
Buffalo lead the league in both sacks (28) and interceptions (12) and plundered more against the sinking Jets on Sunday. Buzzing around and finding the football on a play by play basis they harassed New York signal caller Geno Smith into three picks in the first quarter alone. In relief Michael Vick was forced to fumble a further four times. Always paid like a top defence they are now wholesale nfl jerseys living up to the price tag. In a wide open AFC the Bills look well in the wild card race.
Denver look like a Championship teamHumbled in the Meadowlands last February many wondered what the Broncos would have left in the tank for 2014. After eight weeks we emphatically have our answer. With new faces on both sides of the ball and a quarterback playing as well as he ever has in his 17 year career Denver look the class of the NFL. Facing the in form Chargers in an eagerly anticipated Thursday night clash they showed exactly why.