NFL Week 7 in review

The unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles enjoyed their bye week as they continue to look like the team to beat in the NFC.

Two teams that were expected to challenge them, Green Bay and Tampa Bay, both lost to fall to 3-4. Neither Aaron Rodgers nor Tom Brady are playing well as the Packers lost to Washington and the Bucs lost to the Panthers. The loss to the Panthers was embarrassing as backup quarterback P.J Walker threw two touchdown passes while Brady was held to three points. 

The Giants beat the Jaguars to go 6-1 while the Vikings had a bye to remain 5-1. They are the only one loss teams in the NFC but look to be more pretenders than contenders.

The Cowboys got Dak Prescott back and rolled to to a 24-6 win over the Lions. The Cowboys are 5-2 but trail the Eagles by two games in the loss column

Meanwhile the AFC remains a two team race between the 5-1 Bills, who had a bye and the 5-2 Chiefs, who rolled to a 44-23 win over the 49ers.

The 5-2 Jets and 4-2 Titans both won and are the only other two teams in the AFC to have two losses but neither appears likely to challenge the Bills and Chiefs in battle for top seed.

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