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Today’s episode includes the Week 12 winners and losers, as well as a thorough review.

We covered all 12 games from Sunday, which means we probably talked about your favourite team.

from now Every week, we announce our weekly winners and losers from Sunday’s activities. Here’s a rundown of who made the cut.

Ryan Wilson

NFL Week 12 winners and losers, and weekly team grades

Also read: How Red Bull’s charismatic CEO influenced its F1 ethos

Jacoby Brissett is the winner. Brissett out-duelled his old teammate, TOM BRADY, in what was likely his final start of the season for the Browns. With Deshaun Watson eligible to play in Week 13, Brissett will now sit after starting the first 11 games for Cleveland.

Kliff and Kyler are losers. These two appear in our loser group at least twice a month, and here they are again. Their relationship appears to be on a downward spiral, especially following Kyler’s death. Murray used his postgame news conference to criticise Kliff Kingsbury for calling a terrible play on a failed fourth-and-1 against the Chargers (Murray’s comments can be found here). It appears that there isn’t enough room in Arizona for both of these guys.

Will Brinson

Trevor Lawrence is the winner. The former first-round pick finally performed like a first-round pick. Lawrence was instrumental in the Jaguars’ 28-27 victory over the Ravens. Lawrence led the Jags back from a 19-10 deficit in the fourth quarter by playing practically flawless football over the final 15 minutes.

Zach Wilson is the loser. Not only was he benched, but it doesn’t appear that he’ll be getting it back anytime soon after his substitute (Mike White) succeeded in a 31-10 win over the Bears.

John Breech

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Josh Jacobs was the winner. The Raiders running back is in his contract year, and based on his performance, he’ll be getting a huge payday from someone in 2023. Jacobs not only broke a team record with 229 yards rushing in a 40-34 overtime triumph over the Seahawks, but he also scored the game-winning touchdown on an 86-yard run. Jacobs is the NFL’s leading rusher by more than 100 yards after 1,159 yards through 12 weeks.

Sean McVay is the loser. This season has been a complete nightmare for the Rams’ coach, and it only got worse on Sunday. Not only did his team lose to the Chiefs by a score of 26-10, but he was also caught in some friendly fire when a Rams player accidentally smacked McVay in the head with his helmet (You can see how it happened here). It doesn’t get much worse than losing by 16 points on the same day and getting taken to concussion protocol.

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Here’s a look at the top seven teams from each conference:

AFC

  1. Chiefs (8-2)
  2. Dolphins (8-3)
  3. Titans (7-4)
  4. Ravens (7-4)
  5. Bills (8-3)
  6. Bengals (7-4)
  7. Jets (7-4)

NFC

  1. Eagles (9-1)
  2. Vikings (9-2)
  3. 49ers (7-4)
  4. Buccaneers (5-6)
  5. Cowboys (8-3)
  6. Giants (7-4)
  7. Commanders (7-5)

Today’s episode includes the Week 12 winners and losers, as well as a thorough review.

We covered all 12 games from Sunday, which means we probably talked about your favourite team.

from now Every week, we announce our weekly winners and losers from Sunday’s activities. Here’s a rundown of who made the cut.

Ryan Wilson

NFL Week 12 winners and losers, and weekly team grades

Also read: How Red Bull’s charismatic CEO influenced its F1 ethos

Jacoby Brissett is the winner. Brissett out-duelled his old teammate, TOM BRADY, in what was likely his final start of the season for the Browns. With Deshaun Watson eligible to play in Week 13, Brissett will now sit after starting the first 11 games for Cleveland.

Kliff and Kyler are losers. These two appear in our loser group at least twice a month, and here they are again. Their relationship appears to be on a downward spiral, especially following Kyler’s death. Murray used his postgame news conference to criticise Kliff Kingsbury for calling a terrible play on a failed fourth-and-1 against the Chargers (Murray’s comments can be found here). It appears that there isn’t enough room in Arizona for both of these guys.

Will Brinson

Trevor Lawrence is the winner. The former first-round pick finally performed like a first-round pick. Lawrence was instrumental in the Jaguars’ 28-27 victory over the Ravens. Lawrence led the Jags back from a 19-10 deficit in the fourth quarter by playing practically flawless football over the final 15 minutes.

Zach Wilson is the loser. Not only was he benched, but it doesn’t appear that he’ll be getting it back anytime soon after his substitute (Mike White) succeeded in a 31-10 win over the Bears.

John Breech

Josh Jacobs was the winner. The Raiders running back is in his contract year, and based on his performance, he’ll be getting a huge payday from someone in 2023. Jacobs not only broke a team record with 229 yards rushing in a 40-34 overtime triumph over the Seahawks, but he also scored the game-winning touchdown on an 86-yard run. Jacobs is the NFL’s leading rusher by more than 100 yards after 1,159 yards through 12 weeks.

Sean McVay is the loser. This season has been a complete nightmare for the Rams’ coach, and it only got worse on Sunday. Not only did his team lose to the Chiefs by a score of 26-10, but he was also caught in some friendly fire when a Rams player accidentally smacked McVay in the head with his helmet (You can see how it happened here). It doesn’t get much worse than losing by 16 points on the same day and getting taken to concussion protocol.

Here’s a look at the top seven teams from each conference:

AFC

  1. Chiefs (8-2)
  2. Dolphins (8-3)
  3. Titans (7-4)
  4. Ravens (7-4)
  5. Bills (8-3)
  6. Bengals (7-4)
  7. Jets (7-4)

NFC

  1. Eagles (9-1)
  2. Vikings (9-2)
  3. 49ers (7-4)
  4. Buccaneers (5-6)
  5. Cowboys (8-3)
  6. Giants (7-4)
  7. Commanders (7-5)

Today’s episode includes the Week 12 winners and losers, as well as a thorough review.

We covered all 12 games from Sunday, which means we probably talked about your favourite team.

from now Every week, we announce our weekly winners and losers from Sunday’s activities. Here’s a rundown of who made the cut.

Ryan Wilson

NFL Week 12 winners and losers, and weekly team grades

Also read: How Red Bull’s charismatic CEO influenced its F1 ethos

Jacoby Brissett is the winner. Brissett out-duelled his old teammate, TOM BRADY, in what was likely his final start of the season for the Browns. With Deshaun Watson eligible to play in Week 13, Brissett will now sit after starting the first 11 games for Cleveland.

Kliff and Kyler are losers. These two appear in our loser group at least twice a month, and here they are again. Their relationship appears to be on a downward spiral, especially following Kyler’s death. Murray used his postgame news conference to criticise Kliff Kingsbury for calling a terrible play on a failed fourth-and-1 against the Chargers (Murray’s comments can be found here). It appears that there isn’t enough room in Arizona for both of these guys.

Will Brinson

Trevor Lawrence is the winner. The former first-round pick finally performed like a first-round pick. Lawrence was instrumental in the Jaguars’ 28-27 victory over the Ravens. Lawrence led the Jags back from a 19-10 deficit in the fourth quarter by playing practically flawless football over the final 15 minutes.

Zach Wilson is the loser. Not only was he benched, but it doesn’t appear that he’ll be getting it back anytime soon after his substitute (Mike White) succeeded in a 31-10 win over the Bears.

John Breech

Josh Jacobs was the winner. The Raiders running back is in his contract year, and based on his performance, he’ll be getting a huge payday from someone in 2023. Jacobs not only broke a team record with 229 yards rushing in a 40-34 overtime triumph over the Seahawks, but he also scored the game-winning touchdown on an 86-yard run. Jacobs is the NFL’s leading rusher by more than 100 yards after 1,159 yards through 12 weeks.

Sean McVay is the loser. This season has been a complete nightmare for the Rams’ coach, and it only got worse on Sunday. Not only did his team lose to the Chiefs by a score of 26-10, but he was also caught in some friendly fire when a Rams player accidentally smacked McVay in the head with his helmet (You can see how it happened here). It doesn’t get much worse than losing by 16 points on the same day and getting taken to concussion protocol.

Here’s a look at the top seven teams from each conference:

AFC

  1. Chiefs (8-2)
  2. Dolphins (8-3)
  3. Titans (7-4)
  4. Ravens (7-4)
  5. Bills (8-3)
  6. Bengals (7-4)
  7. Jets (7-4)

NFC

  1. Eagles (9-1)
  2. Vikings (9-2)
  3. 49ers (7-4)
  4. Buccaneers (5-6)
  5. Cowboys (8-3)
  6. Giants (7-4)
  7. Commanders (7-5)

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