We’ve unveiled a new feature this season – weekly NFL superlatives. It’s meant to be a lighthearted look back at the NFL Sunday, highlighting best dressed, worst field trip and drama king. Here are our picks for Week 10:
Most Likely to Fall Asleep at His Own Party: Doug Marrone, Jacksonville Jaguars
After getting a game-tying field goal in the final seconds of regulation and then a game-winning field goal in overtime to secure their sixth win of the season – the most the Jaguars have had since 2010 – coach Doug Marrone talked about how he’ll celebrate, and it sounds like the most boring celebration ever. “I’m exhausted right now. I’m shot,” Marrone told reporters. “Like, I’m shot … I can tell you right now: I’m going to take a shower, I’ll call my wife to meet me at home, pick up some bologna and cheese, go out the back way, get in my car, drive home, listen to some music, pet my dogs because we won, and then I’m just going to” – he made a sound like air coming out of a balloon. “It’s not like ‘woo hoo!'”
But we have one question: does Marrone only pet his dogs after wins?
Best Long-Distance Connection: Jared Goff & Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams
Washington’s Maurice Harris’ touchdown catch had a higher degree of difficulty, but for sheer beauty, we’ll take Goff-to-Woods midway through the third quarter of the Rams’ win over the Texans. Woods had eight catches for 171 yards and two scores on the day, and Goff continued his impressive sophomore season.
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 12, 2017
Drama King: Josh Lambo, Jacksonville
Against the Chargers, who cut him out of training camp in favor of since-released rookie Younghoe Koo, Lambo hit a 34-yard field goal with three seconds left in regulation to force overtime, then had one heck of a celebration after his 30-yard game-winner in overtime – tipped by a Los Angeles player – went through the uprights.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) November 12, 2017
Most Likely to Fill Their Passports: Josh McCown, New York Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
You’d likely be hard-pressed to find an NFL game with two more well-traveled quarterbacks than we saw yesterday with McCown’s Jets playing the Bucs, who have turned to Fitzpatrick due to an injury to Jameis Winston. Fitzpatrick has played for seven teams over his 13-year career, including the Jets, while McCown has spent time with 10 different clubs, including Tampa Bay, since the Cardinals chose him in the third round in 2002. Their meeting was not terribly thrilling, with the Bucs winning, 15-10.
Junior Class President: Adrian Clayborn, Atlanta Falcons
Clayborn isn’t yet 30-years-old, so he doesn’t qualify for Favorite Senior. But among more seasoned, shall we say, veterans, it’s hard to find too many days better than the one the Falcons’ pass-rusher had on Sunday against Dallas. The Cowboys were without All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith, and Clayborn absolutely feasted on Smith’s backups. He became just the fourth man to record six or more sacks in a single game, and in the process brought his season total up to eight – triggering a substantial bonus.
Best Dressed: Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys
Clayborn’s big day meant Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott wasn’t too effective, which meant Williams didn’t have much to boast about in Dallas’ loss to Atlanta. But at least he looked good traveling to the ATL, donning a holiday-season-appropriate red-and-navy plaid suit jacket over a white shirt, tone-on-tone tie and black pants.
Worst Field Trip: New York Giants
The Giants flew cross-country from Newark, New Jersey, to Santa Clara, California, to face the winless 49ers and took yet another step backward. San Francisco rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard, who had completed barely half of his passes in his first four appearances, connected on 76 percent of his passes on Sunday and the Niners converted 8-of-12 third-down tries against the Giants’ high-priced defense. New York is now 1-7, and the city’s notorious tabloids have seen enough of second-year coach Ben McAdoo.
Most Likely to Go Viral: Broncos sideline guy, Denver Broncos
Ouch. Just … ouch. Ouch for the Broncos’ quarterback situation, and ouch for this poor guy on the sidelines who instantly went viral when Brock Osweiler’s throwaway ball drilled him in the head. Oof.
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) November 13, 2017
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