NFL Week 5 grades: 49ers earn an 'A+' for destroying Cowboys, Patriots get an 'F' after blowout loss to Saints
The New England Patriots receive the ugliest loss award for the second week in a row. It's difficult to put into context how humiliating this loss was for New England,
but we'll try anyway. The Patriots' 34-0 loss to the Saints was caused by:In addition, the Patriots have been outscored 72-3 during their last two games.
The Patriots have received a 'F' this week, which should come as no surprise to anyone. The Patriots, however, were not the only team to receive a 'F
The Cowboys received one as well after being humiliated on "Sunday Night Football."
With that in mind, let's get to the grades and see how each squad performed this week.
The Jaguars should consider transferring all of their games to London. The Jaguars played in London for the second week in a row
and they won both times. The Bills had no answers for a well-rounded Jags attack that featured big outings from Travis Etienne (181 total yards, two scores)
and Calvin Ridley (seven catches, 122 yards). The Jaguars' defense was also impressive, particularly in the first half, when it limited the Bills to 122 yards.
If the Jaguars shown anything in this game, it was that they can compete with the best teams in the AFC.
Buffalo had a terrible game. The Bills lacked a rushing attack, and every passing play was a risk, with Josh Allen under constant pressure. On a day when it allowed 474 yards of offense to Jacksonville,