After Week 6 of NFL games, there are plenty of observations to be made from games filled with elite level of play from quarterbacks and the biggest upset of the year.
The weekend games of Week 6 NFL games have come to an end, and there were plenty of exciting games. The Green Bay Packers went down to the wire with the Miami Dolphins and triumphed with three seconds remaining on a touchdown pass by quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The first tie of the season occurred between the Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals, and the Dallas Cowboys upset the Seattle Seahawks on the road.
The San Diego Chargers were on upset alert, but they escaped the Oakland Raiders with a 31-28 victory.
Here are five observations from Week 6 of NFL games.
5. The New York Giants are inconsistent
The Giants were riding a three-game winning streak after an 0-2 start, but they fell to 3-3 after getting shut out by the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-0. The offensive line went back to its old ways by allowing quarterback Eli Manning to get sacked six times, and running back Andre Williams had an ordinary performance while filling in for the injured Rashad Jennings.
This type of performance leads Giants fans to question whether their team is a contender. The Giants looked like Super Bowl contenders at times in their winning streak, but they have also looked like the 2013 team that started 0-6 in games such as yesterday and their season opener.