Tue. Oct 20th, 2020

Week 7 NFL takeaways – Packers’ points bonanza

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Week 7 NFL takeaways - Packers' points bonanza


The Colts and Vikings got big division wins, but it was Aaron Rodgers’ six total touchdowns for the Packers that stole the offensive show in Week 7. Although it wasn’t pretty, the 49ers survived brutal conditions in Washington D.C. to move to 6-0 on the season. In the afternoon slate, Baltimore made a statement in a win over Seattle.

All that and more in Week 7’s biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.

Jump to a matchup:
PHI-DAL | HOU-IND | MIN-DET | LAR-ATL
OAK-GB | SF-WSH | MIA-BUF
JAX-CIN | ARI-NYG | LAC-TEN
NO-CHI | BAL-SEA | KC-DEN


Losing to the Cowboys is one thing. But for the Eagles to be so thoroughly outmatched in the season’s most critical game is nothing short of alarming. Coach Doug Pederson seemed to sense that his team was veering off course following a bad loss in Minnesota and tried to reroute them this week by cutting starting linebacker Zach Brown and stepping out of character to essentially guarantee a win against Dallas during a radio appearance. Whatever spark was intended did not catch. With another road test against the Bills (5-1) up next, followed by a three-game home stretch against the Chicago Bears, New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, the Eagles’ season is suddenly on shaky ground. — Tim McManus

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/page/nfl_32for32102019/week-7-nfl-takeaways-packers-points-bonanza

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