The Fox Sports top 10 moments from Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season.1.
The Raiders offense gets the better of the Jaguars defense at the Coliseum.
The Oakland Raiders offense made a ton of big plays and got some big field position in the second half, but they just couldn’t get enough yardage in the third quarter.
The Jaguars defense came up big late, with a big third-quarter interception, but Oakland was unable to put it away in the end.
The defense held Jacksonville to a pair of fourth-quarter field goals and three third-down conversions in the first half.
The Bengals offense continues to be explosive.
Cincinnati had some big plays in the game, but their biggest was a 51-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd that gave the Bengals a lead they couldn’t overcome.
Dalton scored three touchdowns, including a 4-yard scoring toss to Braylon Edwards in the fourth quarter that gave Cincinnati a 31-24 lead.
The Bears defense took a big step forward.
Chicago had one of the best defensive performances in the league in Week 6.
They held Green Bay to just three points in the red zone and stopped the run.
They were also in the right place at the right time to stop Green Bay’s offense.
The Cardinals offense is just as explosive.
Arizona had a ton going against the Bears.
The Arizona Cardinals offense had a big game, going 20-for-24 passing for 236 yards with a touchdown and a pair that put them ahead 23-7.
They also had three interceptions in the victory, including one that was returned for a touchdown.
Russell Wilson continues to impress.
Wilson is still finding his footing and making plays down the field, which is a big part of his success.
Wilson had his best game of the season, completing 23-of-30 passes for 269 yards with two touchdowns and a sack.
He also threw for four touchdowns and ran for another two.
He was sacked four times, but only one of those came in the final two minutes.
The Eagles defense is back.
They gave up a whopping 10 points in a loss to the Seahawks.
The only reason they gave up more was because of the Eagles’ defense and special teams, as the Eagles gave up two punts of 32 yards or longer and one field goal to the Falcons.
Matt Ryan’s performance continues to put him on the map.
Ryan has been a big reason the Atlanta Falcons are a top-10 offense in the NFL this season.
He’s had a great Week 6, finishing 21-of, 21 passing for 237 yards with three touchdowns and one interception.
He has three rushing touchdowns in the win over the Bears and one rushing touchdown and two rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns in this game.
Matt Jones was outstanding in the loss.
Jones was excellent in Week 5, finishing with five catches for 76 yards with one touchdown and one punt return for a score.
He is on pace for 1,000 yards receiving in the regular season and will be a key player for Atlanta in the playoffs.
Russell Okung continues to show why he’s one of this league’s best wide receivers.
Okung had two catches for 41 yards in Week 4.
He made some big catches, but he’s still learning the nuances of the position.
Tom Brady continues to get better.
Brady has been one of these quarterbacks that has done a lot of things very well, but has not been able to put the ball in the air often enough.
He needs to get more consistent and not just do the same things every game.
The Falcons defense came out strong.
Atlanta played a dominant game in Week 7, shutting down Green Bay for nearly 90 minutes.
The best part about that performance was the way the Falcons defended the Packers’ pass rush.
The Packers ran the ball on 28 percent of their offensive snaps and finished with two sacks.
It was another big day for Matt Ryan.
He had four touchdown passes, one rushing score and one receiving touchdown.
The most important part of Ryan’s day was the fact that he completed 33 of 38 passes for 400 yards with four touchdowns.
He completed the second quarter with another touchdown, which put Atlanta up 24-3.
Dak Prescott’s offense continues.
Prescott has a lot to prove in the future, but the Cowboys quarterback continues to improve and continue to find his niche.
He continues to lead the team in passing yards, and he is also third in the team with 21 touchdowns.
Matt Forte and Ezekiel Elliott continue to dominate.
Forte had his biggest game of Week 6 with three receptions for 43 yards.
He then finished the game with seven catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns.
Elliott had seven receptions for 105 yards and four touchdowns in Week 1.
A dominant showing from the Bengals.
The Cincinnati Bengals beat the Rams by a score of 27-0.
The win gives the Bengals another big win this week against the Chiefs in Kansas City