This is yard markers Chris Mueller.
And here are your three big things from Week 11 of the NFL season.
If Monday Night Football was a proving ground game between would be NFC contenders, the Los Angeles Rams showed a lot more than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Rams defense, which we already knew to be very good, picked off Tom Brady twice, including a pivotal late interception that sealed the game.
What was more impressive about the Rams performance and should be more troubling for the rest of the NFC is top of the conference contenders was the fact that Jared Goff was able to go for 376 yards despite the near total absence of a running game, something that was to be expected because Tampa is as good as it gets at defending the run.
If golf and Sean McVeigh have really found their mojo again, more like 2018 2019, that, coupled with the strong defense led by Aaron Donald, it's going to be something that's gonna make the Rams very tough to be not only the NFC West, but possibly in the conference.
Overall, the Rams still have the Cardinals twice and the Niners and Seahawks wants a piece, and they very well could win the division and be maybe the chief threat to the New Orleans Saints toe win the conference.
Bryan Flores hasn't made many mistake's Dolphins head coach, but he did make a big one, primarily after his team's 22 13 loss to the Denver Broncos to attack Cavallo wasn't good in the game.
He didn't have much explosiveness.
He couldn't create many big plays.
And then he seemed to get rolled up on and suffer an injury.
Flores went to Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick, until late interception fits Magic cuts both ways, of course, had the Dolphins back in the game and had them with a reasonable chance to tie that all would have been well in good had.
Flores after the game, simply said that he took tag of alot out because he was hurt.
He did nothing of the sort, instead saying that Cavallo was benched for performance based reasons and saying that Fitzpatrick was put in the game to give the team a spark.
****bah Low is going to get his job back for this week's game against the New York Jets.
But now Flores has planted seeds of doubt in his rookie quarterback and, perhaps more importantly, might have created a controversy where there didn't need to be one.
In some ways, he might be lucky that Fitzpatrick wasn't able to complete the comeback, or else there would be a full blown, divided House situation with the Dolphins locker room.
As far as who they want to be their quarterback, as is Flores, his decision not to lean on an injury might have been tough love for Tiger.
Vilo, uh, but it also might backfire if things go south for a Dolphins team that seemed to have the schedule set up for them to make a big run.
Finally, the Baltimore Ravens looked like a team truly in crisis.
They won't have J. K.
Dobbins, Mark Ingram or Brandon Williams for their game against the Steelers on Thursday.
They got beat up physically, particularly in the second half by the Tennessee Titans, and they don't appear to have any sort of spark or unique creativity to this year's offense.
Baltimore just isn't fooling opponents anymore, and now that their schedule has stiffened, they're seeing more losses pile up.
Whereas an early season slate that had weaker opponents allowed them to build an early five and one record.
Steelers AIR undefeated They've already demonstrated something of a mastery over Lamar Jackson, and if they beat Baltimore, the Ravens will be in real danger.
Even with a softening late schedule of actually missing the playoffs.
John Harbaugh's team really is in crisis, and it could get worse on Thanksgiving.
There you have it.
Three big things from Week 11 of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.