It was the craziest, most unbelievable, NFL Sunday in recent memory.
The Eagles and Lions started the most interesting Sunday on the sports calendar playing in a blizzard in Philly.
It was so bad, neither team tried a field goal and there were 2-point conversion attempts after 7 of the 8 touchdowns, and that 1 PAT was blocked.
The Ravens and Vikings scored a record 5 go-ahead touchdowns in the last 2 minutes of Baltimore’s last second win over Minnesota.
Tom Brady threw two touchdowns in the final 61 seconds as the Pats rallied past the Browns, thanks to a phantom pass interference call.
The Steelers nearly pulled off an immaculate set of laterals, but Antonio Brown stepped out of bounds at the Miami 12 yard line with no time left, as the Dolphins survived a scare.
From schoolyard football in the snow, to nail biting last second wins, yesterday’s NFL action was more like a set of CFL games broke out.
High scoring, several lead changes, dazzling performances and crushing defeats.
That’s what makes football a lot of fun.