There's always a lot to share after a weekend of football. Here are some items that didn't make the top 10:
- We saw another strong week from Patrick Mahomes II II, who exhibited a combination of rare play-making on one play and restraint on another. Mahomes still isn't playing his best football but you wouldn't know it from the box score.
- Kenny Golladay remains a primary option whenever the Lions use him on the wing of its formations.
- Jakeem Grant and Albert Wilson gave the Raiders a preview of the Chiefs' signature offensive play that's getting copied faster than smart kid's test when the teacher leaves the classroom.
Among the items in this week's Top 10, we examine Atlanta's removal of the training wheels from Calvin Ridley's game, Carson Wentz's return, the state of the Raiders offense, Mitchell Trubisky's lack of progress, and of course, Fresh Fish.
1. Calvin Ridley's three-score explosion
The first thing that seems to come across the lips of people who heard about Ridley's performance but didn't watch the game because they were on television commentating other NFL games was the assumption that the Saints were cheating its coverage to Julio Jones. Even FOX's play-by-play announcer for the Falcons game proffered this analysis.
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