Mac Jones had his roughest game of Mut 22 coins the season during Week 3. He played a trio of picks that were so poor it prompted only a sour silence from his coach following the game.

Are you confident that Brady doesn't want to shame Belichick and rack up the score? Or let the Buccaneers wipe out Mac defensively. Because I do. And I think Belichick is too: he knows what this Tampa defense could cause to his quarterback. He needs to be aware of the possibility that if Brady looks fantastic and Mac appears awful, and the Bucs steamroll the Pats the media will be talking about it. We might have overhyped the Patriots offensive line and the rush attackin which case, Jones was the Pats most prolific rusher on Sunday while also throwing 51 times. That simply won't work for New England as far as the offensive game plan goes.

We all were spoiled by Tom Brady's fall: for most quarterbacks, it is still sudden and steep. For Ben Roethlisberger it looks like that he went all Thelma and Louise on an incline. Steven Ruiz, the Ringer's director of video productions cut Ben's throws up against the Bengals on Sunday and put them on grainy western-style footage, with saloon songs as background. This wasn't just the most fun thing I've ever seen on Monday however, it was the most tragic, since Ben appears completely clean.

The Steelers decided not to invest substantial resources into the offensive line this offseason and it is resulting in a lack of running game despite having drafted Najee Harris in the first round. Harris was selected in the initial round and scored 19 catches. Harris was able to buy Madden 22 coins catch 14 passes, and was one of the targets of Sunday's pass game. Lindsay Rhodes had me on her podcast on Monday. She provided this little nugget: Harris had 109 yards after the catch on 102 receiving yards. You should think about that!