Sunday 6-Pack: Week 4 2016

Hello and welcome to the Sunday 6-Pack where we crack open six of the tastiest stories in the NFL. It’s already Week 4 that means the first quarter of the 2016 Season is already over, it’s slipping away man! Week 4 also brought our first international game of the season. It was Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars technically hosting Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. In years past, the Brits haven’t gotten our best football and this game started slowly but turned out to be a pretty awesome game with the Jaguars holding on for the 30-27 win. Up next it was the Bradyless Patriots hosting Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo Bills. This game started all Buffalo with the Bills holding a 13-0 lead late into the fourth quarter, and eventually shutting out the Patriots in a 16-0 victory. Up next we head down south to the Dirty for an NFC South showdown between the Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons. Last year the Falcons were the only team to beat the Panthers in the regular season, and the Falcons picked up right where they left off, beating the Panthers again and knocking Cam Newton out of the game with the 48-33 win. Our next tasty story takes us to Baltimore where the Ravens were hosting the Oakland Raiders. This game rocked so hard. It was a crazy back and forth game that looked like it could go either way with the Ravens driving to take the lead with less than a minute left in the game, but the Raiders defense held preserving the 28-27 win on the road.  We take this Sunday 6-Pack out west to the desert as Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals hosted the Los Angeles Rams in an NFC West battle. It was the ultra physical Rams that gutted out a tough win beating the Cardinals 17-13. We finish off this Sunday 6-Pack with a look at who destroyed the rest of the league and hopefully made you some cash with Total Fantasy Domination. Help crack open this tasty Sunday 6-Pack with Casey and Dave. We’re not the suits that talk football, we’re the dudes that KNOW football.

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