Wild Bills humiliate Steelers: St. Brown admits mega blow with Lions

Wild Bills Humiliate Steelers
St. Brown concedes mega blow with the Lions

The Buffalo Bills are among the biggest contenders in the NFL. They back that up with a phenomenal win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Superstar Tom Brady can finally party again. Meanwhile, there’s nothing to get for the St. Brown brothers.

The Philadelphia Eagles remain the only undefeated team in the NFL. Sunday’s 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals was victory number five for the team that hadn’t gotten such a streak before entering the National Football League. Other teams, including the Buffalo Bills, are still favorites for the title. Quarterback Josh Allen put in a strong four touchdowns and threw passes for a total of 424 yards in the 38:3 against the struggling Pittsburgh Steelers. It was the Bills’ fourth win in five games of the season, while the Steelers have four losses to their name.

Tom Brady, on the other hand, ended the negative streak with the Tampa Buccaneers and won the home game against the Atlanta Falcons. After the last two bankruptcies in a row, the 21:15 was urgently needed. Brady had a touchdown pass and dealt a total of 35 passes to his teammates for a total of 351 yards. The best man of the game was his teammate Leonard Fournette with two touchdowns and strong plays on both runs and catches.

The Green Bay Packers around quarterback Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, suffered a sensitive defeat. In the first game outside the United States in the history of the traditional team, the Packers conceded a completely unexpected 22:27 defeat to the New York Giants in London on Sunday. Despite an early 17-3 lead in the English capital, the Packers gave up the game and have only three wins and two losses after five games.

The result of defending champion Los Angeles Rams is even worse: against the Dallas Cowboys there was 10:22 at home and already the third loss. Super Bowl opponents Cincinnati Bengals also have two wins and three losses after beating the Baltimore Ravens 17:19. On Sunday there was nothing to win for the brothers St. Brown Equanimeous and Amon-Ra. Equivalent with the Chicago Bears, lost 22:29 to the Minnesota Vikings and caught two passes for a total of 24 yards. His younger brother, Amon-Ra, was not scored with the Detroit Lions in a 29-0 loss to the New England Patriots. He caught four passes for a total of 18 yards.

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