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Because there's always a lot to share after a weekend of football, here are some noteworthy items that could have made the Top 10 but didn't:
- Give Peyton Barber creases and he'll perform. Barber had two of his biggest gains of the year against a Falcons defense weaker than the Buccaneers offensive line.
- Seahawks receiver David Moore delivered on a deep fade route against tight coverage and a coverage bust on a scramble drill for a score. He's not yet "there," but he's developing.
- Pete Carroll is pitching Rashad Penny as Jack Tripper in the fantasy football remake of the `70s TV hit, "Three's Company," and fantasy players aren't going to be happy.
- Against the Colts, the Jets only ran two plays remotely similar for Crowell when he gouged the Broncos last week. The Colts didn't give the Jets a soft edge and the Jets didn't try to manipulate it. Even with a bad ankle, Crowell showed speed to the edge on one of the plays seen from the Broncos game and beat contain in the red zone for a four-yard gain.
In addition to the weekly Fresh Fish, this week's Top 10 welcomes Taylor Gabriel back to the fold and gives an endorsement of the Bears scheme (and a shakier one to Mitchell Trubisky). It examines how the Patriots foiled Patriot Mahomes early, how the Chargers dismantled the Browns, and why the Broncos no-fly zone makes a great welcome mat. And it wraps up the analysis with a pair of rebounds, a reveals, and a call for reconsideration and sobriety.
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