Jerry Hughes was a frequent visitor to the Cardinals backfield Sunday and Carson Palmer was not pleased to see him. (Getty Images)
On an all new Hard Foul Podcast, Jim Bearor and Evan Sally take a look at a turbulent week in the NFL. They break down a Giants loss to the Redskins and a Bills win over the Cardinals before discussing the rest of the league. And they have some questions: Who’s actually good? Is Carson Wentz the real deal? Who’s in more trouble between the Panthers, Bengals and Cardinals? And how many interceptions does Ryan Fitzpatrick have to throw before he gets benched?
You can find the answers to these important questions and much more in this episode of The Hard Foul Podcast.
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A rough night from Stephon Gilmore and the secondary left the Bills with no shot at winning Thursday. (Getty Images)
Tyrod Taylor spent most of the night searching for an answer, despite a gaudy stat line. (Getty Images)
The Bills offense was empty calories while the Jets were a wholesome meal.
The 3 best plays of the game belonged to the Bills; Tyrod’s two long throws and Robey-Coleman’s fumble return for a touchdown. The problem is that the next 20 plays on the list belong to the Jets. The Bills for all of their big plays lacked consistency of quality from play to play and drive to drive. The big plays kept them alive and provided the crowd with a thrill. But they were sandwiched in between 3 and outs and complete defensive breakdowns. While the Jets, despite dealing with their disaster plays, never stopped producing, carving up the Bills secondary consistently. Continue reading →
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