NFL Week 6 Recaps 2019 NFL Week 6 Game Recaps: New York Giants 2-4-0 14 VS New England Patriots 6-0-0 35 Final, Carolina Panthers 4-2-0 37 VS Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-4-0 26 Final, Washington Redskins 1-5-0 17 VS Miami Dolphins 0-5-0 16 Final, Philadelphia Eagles 3-3-0 20 VS Minnesota Vikings 4-2-0 38 Final, Houston Texans 4-2-0 31 VS Kansas City Chiefs 4-2-0 24 Final, New Orleans Saints 5-1-0 13 VS Jacksonville Jaguars 2-4-0 6 Final, Seattle Seahawks 5-1-0 32 VS Cleveland Browns 2-4-0 28 Final, Cincinnati Bengals 0-6-0 17 VS Baltimore Ravens 4-2-0 23 Final, San Francisco 49ers 5-0-0 20 VS Los Angeles Rams 3-3-0 7 Final, Atlanta Falcons 1-5-0 33 VS Arizona Cardinals 2-3-1 34 Final, Dallas Cowboys 3-3-0 22 VS New York Jets 1-4-0 24 Final, Tennessee Titans 2-4-0 0 VS Denver Broncos 2-4-0 16 Final, Pittsburgh Steelers 2-4-0 24 VS Los Angeles Chargers 2-4-0 17 Final, Detroit Lions 2-2-1 22 VS Green Bay Packers 5-1-0 23 Final

2019 NFL Week 6 Game Recaps

Detroit faces Green Bay on Monday Night Football. Find out who wins.

Chris Ransom Last Updated: October 15, 2019.

New York Giants 2-4-0
New England Patriots 6-0-0

Game Recap: NEW ENGLAND-Daniel Jones is 2-1 as a starter since taking over for the guy who defeated the defending Super Bowl Champions in Super Bowl 42 and Super Bowl 46. He heads to Gillette Stadium to face the only 5-0 team in the NFL.

New England got stopped on fourth and one by the New York Gians. New York got the ball, but was stopped on a fourth and one.

Tom Brady drove the football downfield. Brady threw a pick. New York got the football back and Daniel Jones had another chance to drive the football downfield. New England made another defensive stop.

Julian Edelman nearly coughed up the football to the New York Giants. The only score in the first quarter came off a blocked punt which was returned for a touchdown. New England led 7-0 after one quarter of play.

New England got the ball back. Tom Brady threw a third down conversion to running back James White. New England got stopped on the next third down conversion. Tom Brady clearly is not as effective without left tackle Isaiah Wynn or center David Andrews.

Daniel Jones threw an intercetpion. Duron Harmon caught the interception. This put New England in fantastic field position.

Branden Bolden ran it in for a rushing touchdown. New England took a 14-0 lead.

Daniel Jones threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate. Tate burned New England deep and got the first passing touchdown of the year on the New England Patriots.

Without Isaiah Wynn at left tackle, Tom Brady got beat on the blindside. Lorenzo Carter forced a fumble after getting by the blindside unopposed. Markus Golden got by the right tackle. With Carter showing the ability to get by the backup left tackle and Golden showing the ability to deal with an injured Marcus Cannon at right tackle, you can see the New York Giants defense coming into their own as they really frustrate Tom Brady. This team is also really deep at cornerback, a lot deeper than I realized.

Tom Brady sneaked it into the end zone after James White was ruled short of a touchdown following a review. New England led 21-14 at halftime.

Daniiel Jones got a clean pocket from his offensive line. Jones threw a completion to Golden Tate. Tate had 4 receptions, 92 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown after that play. Jones was too dependant on Tate. Field cornerback Stephon Gilmore anticipated the play with outstanding play recognition, superb vision, and splendid man coverage only to track the football in order to obtain an interception courtesy of Daniel Jones.

Tom Brady snuck it on third down. New England kept getting first downs on this drive in the third quarter. Tom Brady had another first down on this drive. This one involved Brady firing a completion to wide receiver Julian Edelman. New York got penalized on a fourth down. New England continued their drive, but New York made a stop. New England led 21-14 after three quarters of play.

Bill Belichick went for it on fourth down belieiving his defense would make a stand. DeAndre Baker broke up a pass intended for Julian Edelman.

Kyle Van Noy recovered a fumble for a touchdown. New England took a 28-14 lead.

Tom Brady snuck it in. Tom Brady gave New England a 35-14 lead.

Sony Michel had a huge run. That set up a big first and goal. New England kneeled their way to victory after that. New England won 35-14.

Tom Brady was my player of the game. Despite having no passing touchdowns, Brady ran two rushing touchdowns in on quarterback sneaks. He also surpassed Peyton Manning in career passing yards. Brady only trails Drew Brees in career passing yards. Brady has a chance to surpass Brees in passing yards with Brees currently being injured.

Carolina Panthers 3-2-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-3-0

Game Recap: LONDON-Devin White returned from his injury in this game. Kyle Allen started against Tampa Bay in London rather than Cam Newton starting.

Unlike the previous meeting on NFL Network, where Tampa Bay took care of business in Carolina, things were different in London. This time it was Carolina who turned the tables on Tampa Bay.

Carolina won 37-26 and it was a great team win by the Carolina Panthers on both sides of the ball. No one individual dominated, but it was a collected group effort from quarterback Kyle Allen, to running back Christian McCaffrey. Wide receiver Curtis Samuel made a few big plays. Carolina's front 7 balled out in this game.

I'm giving my player of the game award to a former Buccaneer. Gerald McCoy. McCoy had 2 solo tackles, 1 assisted tackle, 3 total tackles, 2.5 sacks, and 2 deflections from pass breakups.

If Kyle Allen had 3 passing touchdowns and no interceptions or if McCaffrey had 100 yards and 2 touchdowns, you could argue those guys were the player of the game. Neither guy dominated and this win was a collected team effort by the Carolina Panthers. That's my reasoning for why Gerald McCoy was the player of the game.

Kyle Allen is the first backup quarterback to start 4-0 since Kurt Warner came in for Trent Green in 1999 when the Rams won Super Bowl 34. Carolina can save $19.1-million if they release Cam Newton.

With Kyle Allen doing well and Carolina spending a 2019 third round pick on West Virginia quarterback Will Grier. You have to wonder if Carolina will use the money to build a contender around Kyle Allen.

Washington Redskins 1-5-0
Miami Dolphins 0-5-0

Game Recap: MIAMI-Two winless teams entered Miami. Only one team would leave with a victory.

The Washington Redskins defeated the Miami Dolphins 17-16. Landon Collins had 10 solo tackles, 2 assited tackles, 12 total tackles, 2 deflections from pass breakups, 1 sack, and 1 tackle for a loss.

Collins balled out. He was the sole reason why Washington did enough defensively to win.

Case Keenum played turnover free football in his debut. Adrian Peterson had 100 rushing yards. Landon Collins was the man defensively and that is the sole reason the Washington Redskins prevailed.

Philadelphia Eagles 3-3-0
Minnesota Vikings 4-2-0

Game Recap: MINNESOTA-Philadelphia headed to Minnesota for the first time since Super Bowl 52. Both teams won in week 5, and only one team could keep their winning streak in tact.

Minnesota opened up their drive with a 13-play 70-yard drive which took up 7 minutes and 17 seconds. Kirk Cousins threw a touchdown pass to Adam Theilen. Minnesota led 7-0.

Philadelphia went three and out on their opening drive. Minnesota got a field goal on their second possession and led 10-0 after one quarter of play.

Philadelphia got a field goal. Kirk Cousins threw a 62-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs. All of the sudden, Minnesota began to pull away in this contest ahead 17-3. After Philadelphia had a turnover on downs, Kirk Cousins threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs. Minnesota led 24-3.

Even though Carson Wentz had a strong game statistically, Minnesota put this game away early. The Minnesota Vikings took care of business against the Philadelphia Eagles in the first half.

Minnesota won this game 38-20. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs had his first statement game of the season with 7 receptions, 167 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns.

Houston Texans 4-2-0
Kansas City Chiefs 4-2-0

Game Recap: KANSAS CITY-The two best quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft faced off in Kansas City. This was a statement game for both quarterbacks.

Patrick Mahomes threw a 46-yard touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill on Kansas City's opening drive. Kansas City took a 7-0 lead.

Kansas City forced a fumble and recovered the ball from Houston on their opening play. Kansas City capitalized with a field goal and took a 10-0 lead.

Houston got a field goal. Kansas City still led 10-3. Mahomes threw another touchdown. Kansas City led 17-3 after one quarter of play.

Both teams went 2/3 on third down conversions in the first quarter. Kansas City had the ball for 8 minutes and 53 seconds in the first quarter. Not only did the Chiefs get ahead early, they also manipulated the time of possession in their favor entirely.

Houston got a touchdown on the Texans' opening drive in the second quarter. Unfortunately, the extra point was no good. Kansas City led by eight 17-9.

Patrick Mahomes took Kansas City from the Chiefs 19-yard line to the Texans 32-yard line only to be intercepted by former Jacksonville Jaguars free safety Tashaun Gipson who has rebounded nicely in Houston since the Jaguars replaced him with Ronnie Harrison.

Houston dominated the second quarter though. Houston outscored Kansas City 20-0 in the second quarter and led 23-17 at halftime. Rushing touchdowns by running back Carlos Hyde and quarterback Deshaun Watson were what led to Houston gaining the lead.

Houston got the ball to start the second half. Houston had a chance to build off their momentum. Their kicker missed a field goal. Might I suggest that the Texans send their current kicker to the pit of misery and draft a new one in 2020. Dilly Dilly!

Kansas City got the ball back. Patrick Mahomes took up 4 minutes and 25 seconds of clock only to drive the Kansas City Chiefs downfield. Mahomes got the ball to Tyreek Hill.

Houston had the football for 10 minutes and 31 seconds in the third quarter and could not score. Kansas City led 24-23 after three quarters of play.

Quarterback Deshaun Watson had a masterful drive in the fourth quarter. Watson helped the Texans orchestrate a 12-play 93-yard drive that lasted 8 minutes and 32 seconds. Houston had the ball for 13 minutes and 35 seconds in the fourth quarter. Kansas City had the ball for 1 minute and 25 seconds in the fourth quarter.

Time of possession is why the Texans won. Houston had the ball for 24 minutes and 4 seconds in the second half.

Running back Carlos Hyde is my player of the game. Hyde had 26 carries, 116 carries, and 1 rushing touchdown. What's even more impressive is that Hyde balled out like this even with Tytus Howard, Houston's 2019 first round pick getting injured at left tackle.

New Orleans Saints 5-1-0
Jacksonville Jaguars 2-4-0

Game Recap: JACKSONVILLE-Teddy Bridgewater has not lost a start. Jacksonville was a team that I was considering picking before a lifelong friend of mine that is a Saints fan convinced me to change my mind.

New Orleans got a field goal in the first quarter. New Orleans led 3-0 after one quarter. Jacksonville got a field goal in the second quarter. It was 3-3.

Both teams traded field goals in the third quarter. It was 6-6 after three quarters of play.

Teddy Bridgewater threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. New Orleans won 13-6.

My offensive player of the game was Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater went 24/36 with 240 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interception.

My defensive player of the game was Marshon Lattimore. Gardner Minshew was targeting his receivers 7 or 8 times. Both of Jacksonville's top 2 targets were limited to 3-4 receptions.

Seattle Seahawks 5-1-0
Cleveland Browns 2-4-0

Game Recap: CLEVELAND-Seattle headed to Cleveland. This years front runner for MVP faced last years rookie of the year.

Cleveland showed a lot of promise in this first quarter with some rushing touchdowns by Nick Chubb and Baker Mayfield. Seattle missed an extra point and made it 7-6 before Baker ran it into the end zone on this defense. Cleveland led 14-6 after one quarter of play.

Baker Mayfield threw a touchdown pass to Ricky Seals-jones for a 31-yard touchdown. Cleveland led 20-6 at one point in the second quarter.

Seattle went on a 12-0 run. This made it a 20-18 game at halftime.

Seattle took the lead when Russell Wilson threw his second passing touchdown of the game to John Brown after Wilson threw his first touchdown to Brown in the first half to make it 20-18. Seattle led 25-20 after three quarters of play.

Nick Chubb ran a rushing touchdown. Chubb, gave Cleveland a 28-20 lead.

Russell Wilson drove Seattle downfield. Chris Carson pounded it into the end zone for a touchdown. Seattle won 32-28.

Russell Wilson was my player of the game. Russell Wilson went 23/33 with 295 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Cincinnati Bengals 0-6-0
Baltimore Ravens 4-2-0

Game Recap: BALTIMORE-Andy Dalton headed to Baltimore to face Lamar Jackson. This was a chance for the Ravens to gain control.

Baltimore generated a ton of momentum. Lamar Jackson did enough for Baltimore to win this game on the ground. Lamar Jackson had 19 carries, 152 rushing yards, and 1 rushing touchdown. He managed the game effectively and did enough to help Baltimore to win.

San Francisco 49ers 5-0-0
Los Angeles Rams 3-3-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-San Francisco headed into Los Angeles coming off a Monday Night win against Cleveland. They played the Rams on short rest while the Rams had ten days to prepare for this game. You'd think the Rams would figure out how to beat this team right?

Well the Rams took a 7-0 lead. Then the 49ers scored 20 unanswered in a pretty dull pedestrian contest from a scoring standpoint.

San Francisco's defense stood their ground against one of the NFL's best offenses for a second week in a row. The defensive line stepped up and did enough to get to Jared Goff.

Tight end George Kittle was my player of the game. Despite not scoring a touchdown he caught all 8 targets that Garoppolo threw his way and exceeded over 100 receiving yards at tight end.

San Franicsco's defensive line dominated this game to the point where they were able to exploit a team as deep as the Rams with relative ease. It makes you wonder if the Super Bowl hangover has gotten to Jared Goff.

It could also be the fact that the Rams running game sucks without Todd Gurley. Left guard Joseph Noteboom got injured in this game as well.

San Francisco is now 5-0. They are still the last team without a loss in the NFC.

Atlanta Falcons 1-5-0
Arizona Cardinals 2-3-1

Game Recap: ARIZONA-Atlanta heads into Arizona. Boy was this game a shootout.

Arizona prevailed by a point winning 34-33. Both quarterbacks dominated this game.

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan went 30/36 with 356 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray went 27/37 with 340 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. This was Murray's strongest game as a quarterback.

Dallas Cowboys 3-3-0
New York Jets 1-4-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-Dallas headed to New York. Sam Darnold returned from his injury.

Sam Darnold outdueled Dak Prescott with the New York Jets coming off a bye week. Prescott may have avoided interceptions, but Darnold had more passing yards in his first game back from his injury or medical condition if you want to call it that.

New York did enough early to generate separation from Dallas. Outside of Tony Romo's brilliant commentary, the New York Jets bizzaro decision to wear white in October, or Dak Prescott struggling to execute without both of his starting offensive tackles really reveals a lot.

Tennessee Titans 2-4-0
Denver Broncos 2-4-0

Game Recap: DENVER-Tennessee headed to Denver. I figured Tennessee would cruise to victory without Bradley Chubb. Boy was I wrong.

Denver shutout Tennessee 16-0. Demarcus Walker and Derek Wolfe stepped up. Denver won again thanks to their defense and got their first shutout in quite some time.

Marcus Mariota got benched for Ryan Tannehill. It is starting to look like Tennessee will draft a quarterback in 2020 unless things turn around.

Even though Denver has not played up to par offensively, Denver's defense played well enough the last two weeks to give them a window of opportunity to narrow the gap in the AFC West Division.

Kansas City is really dinged up right now and you could argue that Denver should be an early favorite as a result.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2-4-0
Los Angeles Chargers 2-4-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-Delvin Hodges made his first career start. Hodges had a chance to win his first career game.

Pittsburgh won this game because of one players impact early in this game. That was Devin Bush who had the fumble recovery for the touchdown and the interception which put Pittsburgh in great scoring position.

The Los Angeles Chargers made a valiant effort to rally late. Unfortunately, thanks to some stellar special teams, Pittsburgh managed to do just enough to win this game.

Detroit Lions 2-2-1
Green Bay Packers 5-1-0

Game Recap: GREEN BAY-Detroit headed into Green Bay off a bye week. This is a huge game for both NFC North teams with both teams on bye weeks.

Matthew Stafford threw a deep pass to Kenny Golladay. That big play put Detroit into field goal position. Detroit took a 3-0 lead.

Detroit made a defensive stop in the first quarter. Matthew Stafford fired another big play, a 58-yard pass this time. Running back Kerryon Johnson got a rushing touchdown. Detroit led 10-0 after one quarter of play.

Detroit recovered a fumble from Green Bay. Detroit kicked a field goal early in the second quarter to gain a 13-0 lead.

Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass. This made it 13-7. Mason Crosby kicked a field goal. Detroit led 13-10 at halftime.

Green Bay tied the game with a field goal at 13-13. Detroit got two field goals in the third quarter. Detroit led 19-13 after three quarters of play.

Detroit got another field goal in the fourth quarter. Detroit led 22-13.

Green Bay's opening drive in the fourth quarter was truely one for the ages. Aaron Rodgers got three different receivers involved and made clutch big boy quarterback throws where he'd get the ball past coverage and the receivers would make big plays. Former Iowa State receiver Allen Lazard caught a 35-yard touchdown pass off of Aaron Rodgers. Detroit led 22-20.

Mason Crosby kicked a game-winning field goal. Green Bay won 23-22.

The media is trying to act like Aaron Rodgers is the player of the game due to his fourth quarter comeback. I'd argue that kicker Mason Crosby is the player of the game since he went 3/3 on field goals, kicked a 48-yard field goal, and went 2/2 on extra points.

Most of Green Bay's points came on special teams which is why Crosby, not Rodgers deserves player of the game honors. Mason Crosby was very good coming out of Colorado in the 2007 NFL Draft. He's probably one of the only players outside of Aaron Rodgers that has been with Green Bay his entire career.

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