Of all that Russell Wilson has accomplished in seven seasons as quarterback of the Seahawks – quarterbacking them to one Super Bowl win and two appearances, accumulating the second-highest passer rating in NFL history (Aaron Rodgers is first) – one thing he hasn't done is get a single vote for NFL MVP.
Saquon Barkley rushed for 170 yards including a 78-yard touchdown to surpass 1,000 for the season, Eli Manning threw for three scores and the New York Giants routed the Redskins 40-16 to effectively end Washington's already-slim playoff hopes.
Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and set an NFL record for interception-free football, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-20 to win their first game under interim head coach Joe Philbin.
This was all kinds of embarrassing for the Washington Redskins, from the offense to the defense to the special teams, from the poor plays to the face-palm penalties, from the numbers on the scoreboard to the thousands of empty seats.
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said the organization was aware of three separate off-field incidents that led to the release of star running back Kareem Hunt, including the alleged assault in a Cleveland hotel that was capture on a security camera.