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The New England Patriots looked so bad in their 34-10 clobbering at the hands of the Tennessee Titans that it is a minor miracle that they fell just three spots in the Week 11 NFL Power Rankings.

Coming in at No. 5, the Patriots look like the weakest link as the season begins to wind down. With the Kansas City Chiefs now two games ahead in the overall AFC standings, any chance of securing home field advantage throughout the playoffs seem bleak.

If there is ever a year they need home field, it appears to be this year. With the Tennessee game now topping their worst performances of the season, the Patriots have not played well on the road even in the two victories they have.

With how the team looked Sunday afternoon, one could make the argument that the Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 6) should actually be ranked ahead of them.With Rob Gronkowski standing on the sideline, Julian Edelman hobbled and Tom Brady looking like a shell of himself, the Patriots will have a lot of work to do heading into their bye week. But, one can never count a Bill Belichick-Tom Brady team out at any point of the season. They have their problems, but the team is still 7-3 and barely holding on to the No. 2 spot in the conference.

A healthy Gronk, a healthier offensive line and Brady simply playing better should be the cure the team needs to find their stride through the final six games of the season. The defense will also have to get better and more consistent, but if any coach can figure it out, it is Bill Belichick.

As dire as Week 10’s loss looked on the field, there are a few positives for the team. Again, Gronkowski should be back fresh and as healthy as he can be, Julian Edelman will be refreshed, Josh Gordon will have more reps in practice, Sony Michel will be healthier, and Rex Burkhead could possibly return. Add all those weapons to Brady’s arsenal and the offense should at least be much better.Defensively, the New England Patriots have to find toughness on the road and not fold when things are not going their way. With Trey Flowers leading the way, the front seven has to stop getting pushed around and create more consistent pressure on quarterbacks. They seem to be able to do it at Gillette Stadium, but can’t figure it out on the road.

The secondary can help this by having better communication and not allowing big plays early in the game.Right now, that No. 5 ranking seems generous. But the team is not that far away from getting it together and playing their best football when it really counts.

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The Kansas City Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill may have had too much fun after he scored his second touchdown of the game in the second quarter in Sunday’s win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Hill caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Patrick Mahomes and subsequently went into the crowd and started to use the video camera that was in the end zone.

The wide receiver was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct, penalizing the Chiefs for 15 yards and got into some trouble with his head coach Andy Reid. He wondered after the game whether Terrell Owens or Chad Johnson did the same thing.

“Didn’t one of those guys do that? That’s probably why I did it,” Hill said, according to ESPN.

“I’ve got some good camera skills. I did my thing. I’m just showing love to my teammates. I feel like my teammates deserve it all,” he said.

After he was finished celebrating, Reid appeared to be unhappy with the move and cameras showed him and Hill talking on the sideline. Reid said after the game he wasn’t happy.“He stepped over the fence and then took ahold of the camera, or stepped over the wall, and yes, that was too much,” Reid said, according to Arrowhead Pride. “I am all into the personality thing, but he was out of personality and out of character there.”

The touchdown was Mahomes’ 31st of the season. It broke a single-season team record initially held by Hall-of-Fame quarterback Len Dawson.

Hill may face a fine from the league for using a prop in his celebration. New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas was fined $30,000 for using a cell phone as a prop last week when he celebrated scoring against the Los Angeles Rams.

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INDIANAPOLIS — It’s hard to believe that the Jacksonville Jaguars are in this situation after being a few plays away from the Super Bowl in January: fielding questions about making sure players don’t check out.

After Sunday’s 29-26 loss to Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium, the Jaguars’ fifth in a row, that’s where the franchise stands. Jacksonville is last in the AFC South, winless in three division games, and at this point a .500 record might be a stretch.

It’s a huge disappointment for a team that had high expectations — some of which were self-imposed — and instead of entering the final two months of the season thinking about playoff seeding, the Jags are pending time denying that their season is pretty much over.

“We know we can’t get down in the dumps because it’s going to get a whole lot worse [if they do],” defensive tackle Abry Jones said. “We’ve been losing; some game we’ve been blown out, this last one we were fighting. At least we’re fighting.”I feel like you’ve got to have the optimism and stuff like that, because if you don’t, next thing you go out there and there’s going to be no more fight. It’s just us getting our butt whooped. That’s [the optimism] there. People are believing, and we’re ready to fight, and we just got to get back to the drawing board and get it done.”

The Jaguars (3-6) realistically had to beat the Colts (4-5) to have a chance in the AFC South. The return of running back Leonard Fournette after a five-week absence because of a hamstring injury, the league’s No. 1 pass defense, and an easier second-half schedule buoyed their hopes. They’re not mathematically eliminated after the loss, but essentially … they’re pretty much done.

Yet players surprisingly were upbeat and denied that there’s anyone in the locker room who would check out or give less than 100 percent effort over the final seven games.

“You still get paid,” defensive tackle Malik Jackson said. “And if you’re coming out here and you’re collecting a check and not giving your all, then shame on you. And we have the leaders on the team, so nobody’s going to give up. We’re out here to do a job and we’re going to try to do the best we can and in our minds the season isn’t over.

“If you want to be a loser and act like, ‘Oh, it’s not going my way; it’s not going the way I wanted it to go, shame on me,’ then hell, you can have that scenario, but we’re not like that.”

Defensive end Calais Campbell was the ultimate optimist despite what has happened since October began. He’s emphatic that the Jaguars’ goals are not gone — provided they go undefeated the rest of the season.

“It’s probably going to take 7-0 for us to go where we want to go, but is it possible? Without a doubt,” Campbell said. “Teams have [done it] before? Yes. And that’s what it’s going to take. Can this team do it? I believe we can. If we play like we played the second half I believe we can. It all comes down to doing it, and that’s to be determined. But this team is very capable of doing it.”Surprisingly, that’s not as rare as you’d think. Per ESPN Stats & Information, 17 teams since 1998 have finished the regular season winning at least seven consecutive games.

However, since the NFL went to a 16-game season in 1978 only four teams that started 3-6 or worse went on to make the playoffs since. The 2012 Washington Redskins are the last team to start 3-6 and then win their final seven games. They won the NFC East and lost in the wild-card round that season.

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Chris Thompson was one of the most dangerous running backs in the NFL last season and came alive for the Washington Redskins before going down with a season-ending injury. In the first two games of the 2018 season, Thompson looked like he would pick up where he left off. Unfortunately, injury issues have once again slowed him down.

Over the past few weeks, Thompson has been dealing with rib and knee injuries. According to a report from John Keim of ESPN via Pro Football Talk, the Redskins have ruled Thompson out for their Week 10 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Washington running back Chris Thompson won’t return this week. Coach Jay Gruden said Thursday, via John Keim of ESPN, that the team has ruled out Thompson for Sunday’s game.

The report also mentions that Thompson has been forced to miss three out of the Redskins’ last four games. He played against the New York Giants on October 28 but did not have too much of an impact.

Washington’s offense is much more lethal with Thompson on the field. There are very few running backs capable of being better than Thompson as a third-down back. His ability to break big plays both on the ground and as a receiver has killed many opposing defenses.

In the five games that he has played this season with the Redskins, Thompson has racked up 26 carries for 113 yards. He has also caught 28 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown.

Hopefully, Thompson will be able to return for the Redskins in Week 11 against the Houston Texans. Washington is currently 5-3, which has them in first place in the NFC East.

All of that being said, Washington will continue running back Adrian Peterson as the starter and Kapri Bibbs as their third-down back.

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The Titans’ slide is over. It turns out, all they needed to stop their three-game losing skid was to visit Jerry’s World. On Monday night, the Titans went into Dallas, survived a tumultuous opening quarter that involved fumbles on their first two series, remembered that they’re playing a really bad Cowboys team, and proceeded to run away with a 28-14 win.

As a result, the Titans are very much alive in what’s shaping out to be a feeble AFC South. The Texans are 6-3, but they’ve been anything but impressive during their six-game winning streak. The Jaguars remain dangerous, but they’re presently in utter disarray. The Colts are rebuilding. The Titans might not be sexy or, well, that good, but they’re 4-4 after Monday night’s win, which means they’re only one game behind the Texans in the loss column.

Marcus Mariota played well, especially within the pocket, making a ton of key throws on third downs. Dion Lewis made it crystal clear that he’s the best running back on the Titans’ roster. And the defense took the ball away from Dak Prescott in key areas of the field, and rendered the Cowboys’ offense utterly useless in the second half.

The Titans entered the game averaging 280.9 yards and 15.1 points per game, both of which ranked in the bottom three of the league. They finished with 340 yards and 28 points against a defense that came into the game ranked 11th in DVOA. It’s the most points they’ve scored this season. It’s also the first time they’ve dropped at least 28 points since Oct. 16 of last year, when they put 36 on the Colts. The Titans started slow, but over the final three quarters, they looked like a team that’s at least good enough to challenge for the playoff spot reserved for the AFC South. The defense shutout the Cowboys in the second half.Speaking of the Cowboys, they appear to be dead. They’re 3-5. No, the NFC East isn’t any good — especially not after the first-place Redskins got hit with the injury bug this week — but the Cowboys aren’t any good either. Amari Cooper is a good player who helped their offense on Monday night, but he’s not good enough to transform one of the most predictable, boring, lackluster attacks in football. Ezekiel Elliott remains dangerous, but he can’t do it all alone. Prescott still has upside, but he’s not getting any help from his coaches.

The Cowboys needed to beat the Titans to remain in the mix for the NFC East crown, and they had their chances to do exactly that. But they squandered those opportunities.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Despite a 42-28 loss to the Carolina Panthers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have Ryan Fitzpatrick starting at quarterback for at least another week, against the Washington Redskins, coach Dirk Koetter announced Sunday.The Buccaneers benched Jameis Winston after a dismal four-interception performance against the Cincinnati Bengals last week, opting to go with Fitzpatrick against the Panthers and then reassess.

“Ryan’s our starter next week,” said Koetter, who has seen the Bucs become the league’s No. 1 offense despite shuffling at the quarterback position. “Ryan had one [bad play] there in the first half — an overthrow on that one interception that we’d like to have back — but did a good job of leading us back.”

Fitzpatrick rallied the Buccaneers from a 35-7 deficit, completing 24 of 40 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns to make it 35-28 and a one-score game in the fourth quarter.

But it wasn’t enough to overcome a first-quarter pass from the Tampa Bay 22 that sailed over wide receiver Mike Evans’ head and into the hands of safety Eric Reid, or when Fitzpatrick tried to hit wide receiver DeSean Jackson on a deep pass with 3 minutes, 45 seconds to go in the fourth quarter that was picked off by cornerback Donte Jackson at the Carolina 20.

“Having the turnover right away didn’t help with any sort of momentum, especially on the road,” Fitzpatrick said. “I put the team behind with that one, and they [went] on to score. We really didn’t get much going.”

Koetter added: “That second interception, he was trying to get a big play to DeSean, but Ryan did some good things today. We’ve gotta play better across the board.”The Bucs surrendered 407 yards of total offense and struggled to run the ball, producing just 82 yards rushing.

“There was a lot of time left in the fourth quarter there, and we brought it within seven,” Fitzpatrick said. “I think the thing about our huddle is there is always that optimism and confidence [that] no matter who we are playing, no matter what the score is, winning or losing, we know what we are capable of.”

Fitzpatrick connected with tight end O.J. Howard and wide receiver Adam Humphries for two touchdowns each.Fitzpatrick’s first touchdown came with 14:15 to go in the second quarter, on a bootleg rollout, hitting Howard on the right side of the field for a 4-yard score. Just before halftime, on fourth-and-3, Fitzpatrick found Howard again in the same spot to make it 35-14.

In the third quarter, Humphries spun away from a defender to catch a 5-yard touchdown down the middle, before taking a slant 30 yards for a touchdown in the fourth.

“He’s a veteran, and he knows how to bounce back and handle adversity,” Humphries said of Fitzpatrick. “Even after the first pick, he wasn’t shaken up at all. You could just tell he was composed and was able to put a couple good drives together.”

Howard added: “With Fitz, he’s always going to be a competitor. He’s a ball player, a smart guy, he can move the ball with his legs also. He does a lot of things on the field that give us a chance to win the game. We love playing with him.”

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Derrick Henry possibly is running out of time with the Tennessee Titans.

The 2015 Heisman Trophy winner talked a month ago about needing to run better and be more physical. Three games later, nothing much has changed — for now. Henry is still the starter, though Dion Lewis is making a case for that spot. It’s Lewis who is coming off the best rushing game this season by a Tennessee running back.

“We all know, you guys all know, if you’re inconsistent in this league, they’ll find somebody to replace you,” Henry said. “So I feel like the biggest thing is just being consistent during everything that I do. Being efficient, finishing runs, being physical, running hard. Like I said, I stood in front of y’all and said all those things, but I don’t feel like I’ve done those things.”Henry is in his third season after being the Titans’ third pick in the 2016 draft out of Alabama. Lewis is the free agent general manager Jon Robinson signed in March to a four-year deal.

During the Titans’ bye last week, Henry studied each of those 84 carries and evaluated himself. He found plenty he can do better by running like the 6-foot-3, 247-pound back he is. Henry is averaging a career-worst 3.3 yards per carry. Lewis leads Tennessee in rushing with 277 yards — 4 more than Henry who’s had 11 more carries this season.

The Titans (3-4) need an improved running game having lost three straight, and they rank 19th in the NFL averaging only 107.9 yards rushing per game. They had a season-high 164 yards rushing Oct. 21 in London, and Lewis was a big key running for a season-high 91 yards. Lewis finished with a career-best 155 yards from scrimmage.Asked about Henry, Titans coach Mike Vrabel said they have to find ways to clean up mistakes across the offense that have cost yards. That includes finishing runs better.

“There are times if you look at yourself and say, ‘Man, I could have done a better job.’ I think that’s what Derrick is doing,” Vrabel said. “I appreciate that mentality from him. He can do more and we all can do more.”

Tennessee signed fullback Jalston Fowler on Monday to add another blocker to the offensive mix. The Titans visit Dallas (3-4) and know the Cowboys will be running the ball with Ezekiel Elliott who’s second in the NFL with 619 yards rushing. That makes getting the run game working better crucial against a Dallas defense ranked third in fewest yards allowed and ninth against the run, giving up 96.3 yards per game.Offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur said the Titans’ coaches and players still have plenty of confidence in Henry. But Henry has to make the most of his opportunities with the ball.

“He’s a big back, and any time you’re a big back, you want to make sure you’re finishing runs,” LaFleur said. “He’s done a pretty good job of that. We’ve just got to get him going. We’ve got to get him going, and I think it’s a matter of time before we’re able to do it. But really it takes everybody. It’s not just Derrick. It takes all 11.”

Notes: Both starting guards practiced fully Friday, including RG Josh Kline (ankle) who was limited Thursday. WR Corey Davis (hamstring) was limited for a second straight day. S Kenny Vaccaro, who has missed the past three games with an elbow injury, practiced fully for a second straight day.

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They’re shutting down some of the NFL’s top running backs, making life miserable for opposing quarterbacks, not giving up many points — and doing a lot of talking.

Why not? The unit is the major reason the NFC East-leading Redskins (5-2) have matched their best start since 2008.

Safety D.J. Swearinger intercepted two passes, Matt Ioannidis had 2½ sacks, and the Redskins rode their defense to a third straight win, a 20-13 decision over the offensively inept New York Giants on Sunday.

The Redskins sacked a battered Eli Manning seven times, forced the two turnovers, limited Saquon Barkley to 38 yards rushing and made big play after big play in sending New York (1-7) to its fifth straight loss.

“We still have done nothing around here,” Swearinger said. “We beat them, but we haven’t won the division. We haven’t won the championship. We haven’t won the Super Bowl. There’s no room for lackadaisical. We haven’t done nothing yet. We’re just getting started. We’re just turning the stove on. We ain’t even put the grease in yet.”

In some sense that’s true. The Redskins are winning and their offense is not lighting it up.

Adrian Peterson caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith and ran for a season-high 149 yards, with the last 64 coming on a touchdown jaunt with 3:06 to play. Dustin Hopkins added field goals of 53 and 39 yards for the Redskins

“I think we’ve invested some resources in the defense, hoping they would pay off,” said Redskins coach Jay Gruden, whose team has a 1½-game lead in the division. “We hoping this is what we’re trying to build. In this division, you’ve got to play great defense, in my opinion. This is critical for our success; until we get going offensively we have to win games like this. There’s nothing wrong with that.”

The three-game winning streak is their longest in two seasons.

Aldrick Rosas kicked field goals of 37 and 21 yards for the Giants. Manning, 30 of 47 for 316 yards, hit Evan Engram on a 2-yard touchdown pass with :17 to play.

Engram also let a scoring chance slipped away at the Redskins 32 when a short fourth-down pass went through his fingers with New York down 10-3 early in the fourth quarter.

The Giants came into the game wondering whether the trades this past week of starting cornerback Eli Apple and 2016 All-Pro defensive tackle Damon Harrison would be a problem. New York’s defense was fine. Its offense wasn’t, and the Redskins’ defense was very, very good.

“We are not scoring enough points,” Manning said. “We are playing in close games and we are just not finding ways to win them, unfortunately. We have to be able to move the ball more consistently and we have to control the clock to help out our defense.”

A major difference was Washington capitalized in the red zone, especially in the first half. Smith (20 of 32 for 178 yards) capped a 10-play, 73-yard drive with a TD pass to Peterson, who stepped out of a tackle by backup linebacker Nate Stupar at the 4-yard line.

New York had two trips inside the Washington 20. Swearinger ended the first, stepping inside of Odell Beckham Jr., to intercept a slant pass at the 8-yard line.

Rosas kicked a 37-yard field goal on the second drive after passes of 11 yards to Beckham and 24 to Saquon Barkley got New York in scoring position.

Beckham had seven catches for 125 yards.

Hopkins missed a 41-yard field goal after the Swearinger interception.

Washington never lost the lead in the second half as its defense kept Manning ducking most of the day.

“Our confidence is already high,” Redskins linebacker Zach Brown. “We don’t care what running back is back there. You’ve got to deal with us at the end of the day. We’re going to make you get out of that running game. We don’t want you to run the ball. We don’t want you to control the clock. We want you to pass the ball and we’ll let our boys back there do their thing.”

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The Dallas Cowboys are coming to town, and the opportunity of taking a firm grip of the division is right on the Washington Redskins doorstep.

The Redskins win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday was all but perfect, but its hard to overstate just how important of a win it really was. The Redskins not only improved to 3-2 after a 23-17 last-minute, thrilling win against Cam Newton’s Panthers, but they now have the chance to build on that momentum entering the biggest week of the year.This week means just a little more to D.C. I will never forget as a young kid watching the Monday Night Miracle and Santana Moss’s two fourth-quarter touchdowns from Mark Brunell that sent Jerry Jones and the Cowboys home in the bitterest of fashions.

The Troy Vincent blocked field goal attempt from Mike Vanderjagt in 2006, that was scooped up by one of the greatest safeties to ever play, Sean Taylor. Taylor’s return set up Nick Novak, a replacement kicker for the injured John Hall, with a 47-yard game-winning kick with zero seconds left in regulation.It was one of the wildest sports moments you could ever have imagined.

How about Robert Griffin III and the 2012 run in Week 17 that finished with a Rob Jackson interception of Tony Romo that sealed a home playoff game for the first time in over ten years? One of the most electrifying moments I have ever experienced at FedEx Field.

The Redskins and Cowboys mean just a little more.

This season, the Redskins have faced ups and downs, and they have never been able to build off of big wins and string together a true identity. This season so far resembles my golf game. My opening drive is usually a line drive straight down the middle of the fairway, and my confidence is high and mighty. Sounds a lot like the season opener in Arizona.

But of course, I never do make the best of my opening shot. What tends to happen is that my second shot usually takes a violent left turn, and sets up shop next to the squirrels in the woods. All the while that ProV1 golf ball I spent $4 on is never to be seen again. Now that sounds more like the Redskins home opener against the Colts.The Monday Night Football debacle against the Saints left Redskins fans everywhere wondering if that was the beginning of the end. Jay Gruden’s job was being called for, Alex Smith was labeled a complete bust of a signing, and media and fans were calling into question whether their $75 million cornerback, Josh Norman, was even interested in football anymore.

But the Redskins silenced it all when they showed up to play against the Panthers.

The burgundy and gold have to find a way to do it again, and Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys should give the team all the motivation to showcase their best effort. The Cowboys have had a similarly up and down season, and have struggled to find an identity of any sort. Unlike my golf game, the Redskins actually have a real chance to make the most of the momentum they have earned.

It starts against Dallas.

Washington has the tools in place. Daron Payne and Johnathan Allen are the perfect pair to face Dallas’ offensive juggernaut, Ezekiel Elliot. Aside from Elliot, Dallas is short on star playmakers. Alex Smith needs to find his groove early, and Jordan Reed has to simply become more involved in the offensive plan. The health of Chris Thompson and the availability of Jamison Crowder are also stories to monitor as Sunday approaches.

For Redskins fans, this is your time to show up. It is time for FedEx Field to be the home field advantage that we have always wanted it to be. It is time to be loud. Because, after all, it’s not just any week.

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The Tennessee Titans came to New Era Field on Sunday riding a three-game win streak. Two of their three wins came against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles, teams considered to be legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

The Buffalo Bills had just been shut out by the Green Bay Packers and seemed like a team spiraling toward a top pick in next spring’s draft.

But the Bills beat the Titans at their own game, 13-12, on a last-second field goal. The Bills controlled the ball for seven more minutes and forced three turnovers. It’s a formula that worked for Tennessee in its Week 2 win over the Houston Texans and Week 3 victory in Jacksonville.The Bills used a ball-control offense and turned the ball over just once, when Tennessee cornerback Adoree’ Jackson tipped a Josh Allen pass to himself for an interception.

“They were a huge role. It was huge, the No. 1 key to the game,” Titans coach Mike Vrabel said of the turnovers. “Coming in, we knew that these guys feasted off of it. They were hunting them up, and we didn’t do a good enough job of taking care of the football. It’s no secret why you lose.”

Tennessee (3-2) turned the ball over twice early. The Titans got the ball first, picked up a first down and went to a no-huddle offense to increase the tempo. Marcus Mariota threw a strike to wide receiver Taywan Taylor for a 5-yard gain, but Taylor fumbled, and Bills linebacker Matt Milano recovered.

The sold-out crowd went crazy. Allen scrambled 14 yards for the game’s only touchdown on the next drive, and the Titans played from behind for all but the last four minutes of the game.

The next turnover came early in the second quarter. Mariota was looking to get the ball to wideout Nick Williams on a slant with cornerback Taron Johnson in zone coverage. Mariota telegraphed where he was going to throw the ball, but it was delivered to the correct spot. Williams allowed Johnson to step in front of him and pick the pass off.”We have to do better. We have to coach the route better. We have to execute the route better. That’s what happens. They made a play, and we didn’t,” Vrabel said.

Added Williams: “We were slightly on a different page. I have to do as much as I can to cross that guy’s face. They were playing zone defense, and he triggered.”

The Titans’ third turnover came in the third quarter, when running back Dion Lewis fumbled as he tried to fight for extra yards, with the ball punched out of his arms.

“The guy made a play. We knew all week coming into the game that they were going to try to strip at it. They just got me, made a great play,” Lewis said.

Mariota and the Titans must find a way to recover at home next Sunday against Baltimore.