This is Yard Barker's Chris Mueller.
I'm playing a road game, but here are your three big things from Week six of the NFL season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers made a major statement when they drubbed the Cleveland Browns 38 to 7.
Pittsburgh harass Baker Mayfield All game long.
James Connor repeatedly found extra space at the second level on his way to a 100 yard game.
Minka Fitzpatrick also made his presence felt for the first time this year with a pick six that set the Browns in early 10.
Nothing hole in Ben Roethlisberger, while his stats weren't gaudy, still made several big plays in great throws when the Steelers needed them.
Most impressive by far, however, was the Steelers dominance at the line of scrimmage.
Cleveland came into the game with the most rushing yards in the NFL and the second best yards per carry average in the league.
But the Steelers held them to just 75 yards on 22 carries, and they piled up four sacks and countless hits on Mayfield as well.
Pittsburgh's now five and oh, and they're headed for a showdown with Fellow A F C undefeated Tennessee next week the Los Angeles Rams, air four and two after getting beaten soundly by the previously ailing on steady and somewhat left for dead 40 Niners.
It's actually fair toe.
Wonder how good the Rams really are, and perhaps the rush to proclaim them back after a disappointing 2019 failed to account for the fact that all four of their wins so far this year have come against the hapless NFC East.
The Rams had no answers for San Francisco, and Jimmy Garoppolo flashed his 2019 form, looking good and throwing three touchdown passes.
The big beneficiary of all this is Seattle.
The Seahawks are five and 1.
5 games clear of the rest of the division, and they have some time and some wiggle room to try and figure out their defense, which, despite their impressive record, hasn't been close to good enough thus far.
Finally, Tennessee might be the league's villains so far this season, and deservedly so.
But head coach Mike Vrabel made one of the most ingenious coaching moves in years against Houston when he intentionally took a 12 men on the field penalty to give the Texans a first down late in the fourth quarter but crucially, save 40 seconds of game time in the process.
Rebels common sense gambit paid off.
The Titans ended up scoring the game tying touchdown with four seconds left and then went on to win the game in overtime.
Tennessee's got a lot to like on both sides of the ball, no matter how reviled they are by the public for their role in the Cove in 19 Outbreak that nearly threatened this season.
But in a league where teams were looking for every possible advantage of rebel status as perhaps the NFL's most clever coach, even more so than his mentor, Bill Belichick is a major ace up their sleeve.
So there you have it.
Three big things from Week six of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.