Today, the Buffalo Bills lost to Cincinnati on a last-second field goal, removing them from the something-and-0 club. However the Detroit Lions (!) put up a remarkable come-from-behind win at Dallas that included two pick-six plays and kept them in. And the Green Bay Packers stomped all over the Denver Broncos like they were still pissed off about Super Bowl XXXII (side note: we are still a little pissed off about Super Bowl XXXII).
So Detroit and Green Bay, at 4-0, are the only undefeated teams left in the NFL. And due to the vagaries of NFL scheduling, they won’t play one another until November 24th, also known as Thanksgiving Day. Therefore look forward to two 10-0 juggernauts facing off for NFC supremacy on that day.
That’s a prediction. You heard it here first. Unless somebody else already said it, but that’s not my fault.