The 2021/2022 NFL season continues to excite and intrigue fans in equal measure and week 6 was no different. The Cowboys improving to a 5-1 record with a thrilling overtime win over New England was definitely a highlight. The Cardinals went to 6-0 on the season, taking advantage of a pretty lacklustre Cleveland Browns’ performance to maintain the best record in the league. In today’s piece, we look at a few of the games from week 6. 

Buffalo Bills 31 

Tennessee Titans 34

Monday night’s action saw the Buffalo Bills take on the Tennessee Titans. A close game that included seven lead changes, this was a game that had everything. Derrick Henry is racking up touchdowns at a staggering rate and if he can stay healthy the Titans can go all the way.

Meanwhile, Buffalo will be disappointed about losing this one in the manner they did. Sean McDermott committed coaching malpractice by declining to take a game-tying field goal opportunity on the road against a difficult opponent. The Bills seem set to take control of the AFC East, but this is a result they will look back on with disappointment if they fall short. 

Kansas City Chiefs 31

Washington Football Team 13

Considering how easy Washington have been to play against this season, it was no surprise that Kansas City won this game. They reeled off 21 unanswered points against the disappointing Washington defense. It was certainly a nice bounce-back of some sorts by the Chiefs. This was a win they definitely needed considering how their season had gone, up till now.

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Los Angeles Chargers 6

Baltimore Ravens 34

This was supposed to be the marquee matchup of the NFL weekend and the outcome was rather disappointing. It was supposed to be closer than this but the Ravens continue to show they are a force to be reckoned with. Although the excellent Lamar Jackson did not play to his usual MVP standards, the Ravens out-rushed the Chargers 187-26. Their defense made an even bigger statement by shutting down the usually brilliant Justin Herbert. Without sounding like an exaggeration, this Ravens team looks set to go all the way this year.