This is Yard Barker's Chris Mueller playing another road game, and here are three big things from weeks seven of the NFL season.
Chicago Bears were still five and two and in possession of one of the best records in the NFC, but the way they were handled by the Rams revealed their issues.
The defense is very good, often great, but it can only do so much to prop up in offense that routinely does not hold up its end of the bargain or come particularly close to doing so.
What was even more ****ing was Brian Greece's revelation during the Monday Night Football telecast that Nick Foles mentioned during a production meeting that Matt Nagy is calling plays that Foles knows have virtually no chance of working, given the teams deficiencies on the offensive line.
The Bears haven't topped 300 yards of offense, or 23 points in a game since Week three.
Unless Nagy confined some solutions to their offensive woes, they could be in serious trouble.
Despite their record, the Arizona Cardinals made a major statement, rallying from a 10 point halftime deficit to hand the Seahawks their first loss of the season.
Isaiah Simmons who struggled significantly in his rookie season, made the play of the game when he intercepted Russell Wilson and over time.
But the most impressive thing about the Cardinals win was that Kyler Murray was able to go shot for shot with Wilson and when a shootout road wins over the Jets and Cowboys after a pair of losses, didn't confer legitimate contender status on the Cardinals despite a four and to record.
But beating Seattle does.
Arizona isn't perfect, But this is the kind of wind that Cliff Kingsbury's team can really build on.
And they'll need Thio because the next five weeks include dates with the Bills, Rams and Seahawks in Seattle this time around.
Finally, the situation in Dallas is reaching critical mass.
Andy Dalton is in the concussion protocol, and Ben DeNucci, most recently seen leading James Madison to a 2019 FCS championship game lost in North Dakota State, could well start this weekend against the Eagles.
Even if Dalton isn't healthy, it isn't like the Cowboys were making anything happen against Washington while he was in the game.
Dallas has a roster full of big name talent in a two and five record to show for it.
The Cowboys air already losing faith in Mike McCarthy and his coaching staff, and they don't seem to have any answers for their struggles.
Add that to the fact that all of this is happening and the usual pressure cooker that America's team deals with, and you have a recipe for two things.
Disaster and major embarrassment.
So there you have it.
Three big things from weeks seven of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.