Doug Baldwin and Markus Wheaton were the surprise contributors Sunday, but Scott White and Chris Towers have more to say about C.J. Anderson and Lamar Miller.
It doesn't matter who runs the ball, the Chiefs are going to the playoffs -- barring an epic choke job. Also, let's not rush to anoint Brock Osweiler yet.
The Seahawks look dangerous, the Patriots dodged a bullet and more from the week that was in the NFL.
Sherman spent most of the afternoon covering Brown, who finished with just six catches for 51 yards.
Lynch has been a star running back for the Seahawks for years, but a heavy workload and a hefty 2016 salary could make 2015 his last season in Seattle.
Sherman has been traveling all over the field with No. 1 receivers more often. Shadow coverage has only occasionally affected Brown's performance this season.
Can Big Ben and the Steelers keep pace with the division-leading Bengals? They'll have to get past the Seahawks -- in Seattle. Will Brock Osweiler give the Broncos a fighting chance against the 10-0 Patriots?
Seattle's secondary, once known for ferocious hits and turnovers, isn't the same unit we're accustomed to seeing. What's especially disturbing is they have struggled against the top passers. A closer look at the tapes reveals what's wrong with the Seahawks.
Carson Palmer attacked Richard Sherman on Sunday night. And it worked.
To quote Mike Tyson: everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face. And for the first half, the Cardinals had a clear plan.

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