Glauber said, “Mike Wrabel is getting some well-deserved runs for Coach of the Year honors for helping his Titans win consistent victories over the Bills, Chiefs, Colts and Rams that would have been a Grand Slam without Derrick Henry.” ending it.”
Despite coming off a bye, the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers moved up two places to No. The Buccaneers, facing Washington this week, received the remainder of the first-place vote.
Rick Gosselin of Talk of Fame Network said, “Tampa Bay is 14-18 saying goodbye all the time. He’s a pedestrian… but it’s not the bye record that counts for the 2021 Bucks.” “Give QB Tom Brady an extra week’s rest and he’s golden. Brady has been doing 15-4 byes in his individual career. He’s won each of the last four seasons by byes.”
The Green Bay Packers, who were without quarterback Aaron Rodgers for Sunday’s loss to Kansas City, dropped three places to No. 5 after the MVP tested positive for COVID-19.
The Baltimore Ravens, who used a Justin Tucker field goal in overtime to top the Minnesota Vikings, climbed four places to No. 6. The Ravens will open in Week 10 when they head to Miami to face the Dolphins on Thursday night.
The two teams coming out of an unexpected defeat are tied at No. The Dallas Cowboys, who were blown away at home by Denver, dropped three places, and the Buffalo Bills lost 9-6 to the lower Jaguars in Jacksonville and dropped one place.