After trailing the NFC by 12 games earlier this season, the AFC is now only 3 games behind, and it will probably go to 2 games after Baltimore beats the Rams tonight. Why did Philly get rid of Foles and keep Wentz? They should have gone the other way. Speaking of Philly, I had fun watching their game yesterday. The Bills have had the 3rd best record in the AFC for weeks but were still behind two of the NFCLeast teams in the rankings, in spite of having a better record than both. Drew Brees, who doesn't get as much credit here as I think he should, is looking better after he had a few games off. It reminds me of Brady's suspension season. After listening to Gronk whine about the Pats being unhappy with wins, it's pretty clear he didn't enjoy his time here. If he comes back I don't think it will be with the Pats unless Belichick is gone. The Jete have 4 wins and 3 of them came against the NFCLeast, whose only win yesterday was Washington's at home vs (3-7-1)Detroit. That should tell us something about that over-rated division. I like Jimmy Garoppolo and I'm glad he's doing well now, even though he's an NFC guy. He's no Tom Brady though, then again, nobody is but TB12. Aaron Rodgers is one of the most unlikable QB's in the NYFL and I always enjoy seeing him put up a stink-bomb. Talk about over-rated. If the Pats had to take any active QB other than Tom Brady, my choice would be Russell Wilson.