NFL Week 9 review

Drew Brees has gone back and forth for the all-time career touchdown passes thrown by a quarterback.

Drew Brees has gone back and forth for the all-time career touchdown passes thrown by a quarterback.

Tyler Cosier, Staff Writer

This Sunday had some more interesting scores. For example, the Saints upsetting the Bucs by a large margin by a of score 38-3, as well as the Dolphins beating the Cardinals, 34-31.

Josh Allen went all out against the Seahawks. He threw for 415 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Gabriel Davis, Isaiah McKenzie, and Tyler Kroft each caught a touchdown pass from the young quarterback. On the other side, Russell Wilson had a not-so-good performance. He threw for 390 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. DK Metcalf and David Moore had both of the Seahawks’ receiving touchdowns. Jordan Poyer and Tre’Davious White had an interception each for the Bills. With Josh Allen not throwing an interception and throwing for more yards than Russell Wilson, he led the Bills to victory. The Bills won, 44-34.

Drew Brees went out and broke a record against Tom Brady. He broke the all-time career touchdowns thrown by a quarterback. He passed Tom Brady for the record with 564 career touchdown passes thrown by Brees. Brees, in the record-breaking game, threw for 222 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. Emmanuel Sanders, Adam Trautman, Josh Hill, and Tre’Quan Smith all caught a touchdown pass from Brees. On the other hand, Tom Brady had an abysmal performance by his standards. He threw for 209 yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions. David Onyemata, Marcus Williams, and Malcolm Jenkins each had an interception for the Saints. With Drew Brees not throwing an interception, he led the Saints to an upset victory over the Bucs. With this win, the Saints took over first place in the NFC South from the Bucs. This may help with the tiebreaker at the end of the year.

Tua Tagovailoa played great for being a rookie. He threw for 248 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. Preston Williams and Mack Hollins caught the receiving touchdowns for the Dolphins. For the Cardinals, Kyler Murray played a tad bit better than Tagovailoa. He threw for 283 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Christian Kirk, Maxx Williams, and Darrell Daniels all caught a touchdown pass from Kyler Murray. With Kyler Murray throwing for more yards than Tagovailoa, he led the Cardinals to victory over the Dolphins.

Next week could determine more of the playoff seeding. For example, the Seahawks play the Rams. This game could determine how good Seattle is and possibly closer to clinching the NFC West. The Saints play the 49ers. This game could decide if the Saints keep first place in the NFC South and possibly stay ahead of Tampa Bay.