A Bills defence that was supposedly top-notch was completely thrashed by the Saints and all Drew Brees had to do all day was sit back, drink an iced tea and take a casual stroll into the end zone to close it out.

That should scare the entire NFL, most specifically Kirk and the boys out in D. who’ll have to go into the belly of the beast this week when they head to New Orleans to try and stop the Saints from grabbing their eighth-straight win. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-2) (▼1) — The Steelers won this week, but with the Saints picking up win no.


The Pats will continue their road-trip this week when they head to the bay to play the Raiders.

From the Patriots I’d expect nothing less than a resounding defeat of a team that has been as erratic as any this season. New Orleans Saints (7-2) (▲1) — Make it seven muthafuckaaa.

They turn around to host the Titans on a short week on TNF, where you can expect another healthy dose of L. Fortunately Case Keenum was up to the task for the Viks, tossing four TDs on the day.

One of those went to Adam Thielen, who grabbed eight balls for 166 yards against D. and is quietly sitting at third in the league in receiving through nine games. I think the Vikings’ whole offence is for real, and I really believe Keenum is the guy to lead it for now at least.

It was uplifting to see Teddy Bridgewater shedding tears of joy for his first active game in nearly two years, but he’s never going to be able to lead a high-powered offence.

His passion is unquestionable, but his arm strength is very much questionable.

The Eagles sack the QB about as often as the Falcons, who took Dak Prescott down eight times and forced two fumbles as well.

The outlook is even better on offence for the Eagles, where Carson Wentz and his 31.4 point per game offence are set to feast on the Dallas’ middling defence in primetime. New England Patriots (7-2) (–) — With the Broncos and their vaunted defence reeling, Tom Brady sent them into an even deeper tailspin, hanging 41 points on the Broncos at Mile High.

It’s tough to use the game to gauge much about the Patriots considering how god-awful the Broncos’ offence is and how shitty their defence has been lately, but a 41-16 victory on the road is impressive nonetheless.

Tommy Two Shoes continued to display his greatness on Sunday night, tossing three touchdowns on a 74 percent completion rate like clockwork.

They’re a secretive bunch if you didn’t know already. On the field in the NFL, solid running backs are still coming at a premium.

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