What We Saw What We Saw: Week 5 By Michael Miklius October 7, 2019 3 Share on Facebook Tweet it 1 Rams vs. Seahawks Bears vs. Raiders Patriots vs. Redskins Bills vs. Titans Packers vs. Cowboys Jets vs. Eagles Ravens vs. Steelers Jaguars vs. Panthers Cardinals vs. Bengals Vikings vs. Giants Broncos vs. Chargers Chiefs vs. Colts Buccaneers vs. Saints Falcons vs. TexansWelcome to the end of week 5. As always, we watched every game so you don’t have to. Here is what we saw… 1 Rams vs. Seahawks Bears vs. Raiders Patriots vs. Redskins Bills vs. Titans Packers vs. Cowboys Jets vs. Eagles Ravens vs. Steelers Jaguars vs. Panthers Cardinals vs. Bengals Vikings vs. Giants Broncos vs. Chargers Chiefs vs. Colts Buccaneers vs. Saints Falcons vs. Texans Michael Miklius Mike is a lifelong Bears fan who is just about ready to give up on Mitch Trubisky for good... Twitter: @SIRL0INofBEEF sdf Comments Brett B October 7, 2019 Reply I don’t think that Zay Jones was held out because of injury. I think the Bills may be moving on from him either by trade or cut sometime soon. This game proved that he is non-essential to the offense and is replaceable. Bryan Sweet October 7, 2019 Reply Digging deeper, I believe you may well be on to something. Jones was apparently on the active list and was on the field for one play. McDermott wasn’t happy with his production or effort in week 4, and the success of Williams (who looked quite good, by the way) might make Zay expendable. Thanks for the info and for bringing it to our attention! Mathew October 7, 2019 Reply re the Eagles breakdown – are you sure you watched the game? The deep ball the Agholor was a play where there was uncalled defensive holding as Wentz threw the ball, resulting in the ball being too far out. Not sure if its fair to call that an overthrow. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Comment* Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.