* Bengals going back to Andy Dalton at QB. Zac Taylor apparently has seen enough of Ryan Finley's Ryan Lindley impression
* Richard Sherman on the penalty for shoving a receiver in the back of the endzone:
He's right. Rule 8, Section 4, Article 7: "If the quarterback or the receiver of the snap demonstrates no further intention to pass the ball (i.e., hands off or pitches the ball to another player, throws a forward or backward pass, loses possession of the ball by a muff that touches the ground or a fumble, or if he is tackled) the restrictions on the defensive team prohibiting illegal contact, or an illegal cut block, against an eligible receiver will end, and a defensive player is permitted to use his hands, arms, or body to push, pull, or ward off an offensive receiver, pursuant to Rule 12, Section 1, Article 5. If the quarterback leaves the pocket area with the ball in his possession, the restrictions on illegal contact and an illegal cut block both end, but the restriction on defensive holding remains in effect."
* Lamar Jackson making it damn hard to keep saying Russell Wilson is MVP.
* Jaguar fans have been raging at the front office since the offseason for the team not signing Yannick Ngakoue to a long-term contract. Most of them fail to recognize how much Ngakoue is contributing to the team's back-breakingly bad run defense. Derrick Henry's big runs almost all targeted the hole that Ngakoue either got blocked out of, or ran himself out of.
* When Jameis Winston throws a ball, it never hits the ground.
* The tripping penalty called on the Cowboys that strangled their final drive and preserved the Patriots win is not a good look.