Can we continue referring to “upset” if “upset” has become the new norm. As NFL Week 6 came to a close, nine more “favorites” ended up in the loss column, in some cases dramatically changing the look of the entire League – and that’s just the beginning of what you’ll hear on tonight’s Frat House Sports’ Red Zone Blitz.
Suddenly it seems everyone is talking about the Philadelphia Eagles as they now hold one of the best records in the NFL. Some are using the words “Super Bowl”. Too soon? (Eagles 28 – Panthers 23).
The Green Bay Packers suffered a serious loss with the season-ending injury to Aaron Rodgers – an injury that appears to be completely League-changing. (Vikings 23 – Packers 10).
For weeks now we’ve been concentrating and highlighting the Detroit Lions as many promoted them as the best in the NFC, but just-like-that, they’re 3 – 3. (Saints 52 – Lions 38).
It was just a week ago Ben Roethlisberger was insinuating he “may not have it any more” and there were rumors of the team “unraveling.” This week the talk has turned to “Super Bowl.” (Steelers 19 – Chiefs 13).
Where it was viewed just a few weeks ago that the AFC West was the strongest division in football, with the Denver Broncos loss to the Giants, many are questioning the new “Orange Crush.” (Giants 23 – Broncos 10)
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