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We did not really need to see the Buccaneers blow out their Eagles nor the Chiefs smash the Steelers during a three-hour broadcasting tribute in honor of Ben Roethlisberger -- but we did and it was the most boring thing during the entire weekend.

There isn't always a need for more. The four game weekend format was already perfect. The two NFC, two AFC the symmetry was there, and it was enjoyable. Now we're pushing this whole thing into Monday, with a lopsided three game Sunday. I know that raging against the machine isn't a practical business, but I'm hoping that players get some benefit when they sign the next CBA that they are not at risk for an additional week of regular season play and an extra playoff game.

So, let's not waste any more time in why this weekend was not a good one instead, let's focus on what amazing things happened.

There were a lot of big winners at quarterback this week but none more than Josh Allen. Beyond the amazing stats, it was far more about the comment Allen said on the weekend rather than anything else.

No, it's not true, usually I don't approve of the term "statement match." The term is used to describe buzzword sports phrases we cook up for the sake of telling stories, but don't actually reflect the reality of the athletes engaged in the sport. They don't care about "statements," they operate to win, move on, repeat buy madden nfl 23 coins.