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Jameis Winston is coming off a pretty bad game against the Carolina Panthers, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is still by far the most valuable player on the team—and arguably the best player, too.

We documented Winston’s breakout season last week, and nothing’s really changed after one bad game—especially given the fact that that poor performance seemed at least partially injury-induced. Winston’s turning into a top ten quarterback, and top ten quarterbacks win team MVP awards because top ten quarterbacks are simply that important to a team’s success.

No other player is really worth this award, either. The defense has been terrible and that alone would make naming a defender the MVP obscene. The defense has been pretty good, but with few real standouts. Cameron Brate might be a candidate, while Mike Evans has been his usual productive self too, but neither player’s performance has been truly overwhelming.

The Bucs have won just two games this season, though, so being MVP isn’t as significant as it may otherwise be. Hopefully Winston’s improvement will lead to actual wins sooner rather than later.

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Let’s go ahead and put the notion of the Jacksonville Jaguars bringing in a quarterback to replace Blake Bortles in the middle of the season. It’s not going to happen.

Jacksonville’s brain trust of Tom Coughlin, David Caldwell and Doug Marrone had a chance to bring someone in during free agency to challenge Bortles. It didn’t happen.

The NFL Draft came and went, where the team could have bypassed Leonard Fournette and taken Deshaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes. It didn’t happen.

The team announced just days after the NFL Draft it would pick up Bortles’ fifth-year option, which they can still void if they are not satisfied with the former first round pick’s play. They showed a commitment to him for at least this season.

Even when Bortles has looked like the Bortles of old, giving the Tennessee and New York Jets games as examples, the team did not bench him. And when he has looked good, in games against Houston, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis, the team has won their four games by blowout margins.

Trading for another signal caller would be more of a detriment than a help. The middle of the season is not when a team should shake up a potential playoff team. It is successful on few occasions. The San Francisco 49ers went to the Super Bowl with Colin Kaepernick because Alex Smith got injured during the season.

Bortles may not throw for 3,000 yards this season. He may not throw 25 touchdowns and he may throw for only 12 interceptions. Those are victories for this quarterback. His decision making is better because offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett hasn’t had to lean on him to carry this offense. The running game is to thank for that. The improved offensive line has kept him clean, with only 11 sacks in the first seven games. More importantly, the Jaguars have been able to start games at a faster pace and they are scoring early and in winning football games – often.

“I just think it’s a matter of when you go out there and get off to a good start it’s like two-minute [drill],” coach Doug Marrone said. “You make that first completion and you get on a roll. If you miss the first one then it’s very difficult when you study all the two-minute stuff. I think it’s a matter of that. Knowing that, listen if something doesn’t work out and it doesn’t go well and you go back to the sideline, correct it, get refocused and get back on the field and let’s go.”

Bortles’ fast start has also given him confidence to make plays in and out of the pocket. While the passes he throws looks like a wounded duck at times, he has found his targets on short and intermediate passing routes. This might be as much to do with the loss Allen Robinson as anything else. With rookie Dede Westbrook coming of injured reserve, the team may have another target to rev the engine up in the second half of the season.

Marrone has been able to preach progress over regression from past mistakes. The lesson has worked – so far. This is a more fluid offense, which relies on the run first, the pass season.

According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Jaguars have scored more points (51) than any other team, are averaging the most yards (115.6) and rushing yards (49.1), and have not committed a turnover in the first quarter. They’ve scored touchdowns on their opening drive in four games and kicked field goals in two others.

With it, the Jaguars are running over teams with the run game and stiff-arming them on the defensive side of the ball.

For now, Bortles is the best option for this team moving forward until the end of 2017.

After this season, the Jaguars will decide if they will bring BB5 back for his fifth season. The 19-million price tag is highly unlikely, but a new deal with a reduced rate could be on the table. It’s also possible – almost a guarantee – Jacksonville brings in a veteran signal caller (Alex Smith, Sam Bradford, Teddy Bridgewater, Kirk Cousins) to lead this team in 2018 or they draft a quarterback to forge the future.

Now that they team has brought in Marcell Dareus to help defending the run, quarterback is the team’s weakest position. It’s hard to say that with a 4-3 team and a possible playoff berth. Bortles isn’t as bad as many would think, he’s just not the elite passer they want. Jacksonville needs him to be the same player he has been this season to get to the playoffs. Any improvement would be gravy. Any regression would be disaster.

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TAMPA, Fla. — Three days after Buccaneers safety T.J. Ward said he was at his “wit’s end” over his role in the Bucs’ defense, the three-time Pro Bowler said he wishes he would have handled things differently, going to the coaching staff instead of airing his frustrations out publicly.

“I should have kept a lot of my thoughts to myself,” said Ward, 30. “I’ve been in this league [for a long time]. This is my eighth year. I’m a fiery person and I wear my emotions on my sleeve. This is all brand-new to me.”

After the Bucs’ 30-27 loss to the Buffalo Bills, a game that was lost in the final seconds, Ward said, “I came here to be an impact player. I can’t do that if I’m not out on the field. …. I did not come here to rotate.”

Coach Dirk Koetter and Ward had a discussion last Thursday about some of the things Koetter would like to see from Ward. Koetter also spoke to the team about coming to the coaching staff with concerns about roles and playing time.

“It’s a new situation, new team and I’m just trying to take it as it comes and handle it as it goes so I hope everyone works with me,” Ward said. “My teammates know it’s nothing malicious. My coaches know it’s nothing malicious. I’m just a competitive guy.”

Ward met with defensive coordinator Mike Smith following his comments Sunday. Neither Ward nor Smith would elaborate on what that conversation entailed. Smith said it’s his personal policy not to discuss private conversations he has with players.

“We have to make decisions each and every week,” Smith said. “I’ve said many times, ‘We don’t have 11 starters.’ There are different guys who are gonna play different roles. The amount of times guys are gonna play is gonna be based on how people are trying to attack us. That’s where we are at in terms of how we’re trying to defend people. Obviously, our job as coaches is to put the guys that give us the best opportunity to win out there, in our opinion. And that’s what we do.”

Ward has gone from playing the third-most snaps last year and in the past three seasons on a dominant Denver Broncos defense to serving in a rotational role with the Bucs. He was averaging just over 60 defensive snaps per game with the Broncos. Through four games with the Bucs, he is averaging 31.5.

“It’s something we’re working out within this defense and this team. We’ve just got to see how this boat is rowing and get it in direction,” said Ward, emphasizing that he still wants to be out there more.

“I said what I said,” Ward said. “The facts — do I want to be out there all the time? Yes. Those still remain. But there’s a complete other way to handle it. I should know better.”

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PITTSBURGH — There is only one team that can stop the Pittsburgh Steelers from repeating as AFC North champions.

The Pittsburgh Steelers.

Barring catastrophic injury to star players, the spoiler isn’t going to come from elsewhere within the division.

Cincinnati’s also-ran status was reinforced Sunday during Pittsburgh’s 29-14 home win. Baltimore entered Week 7 with the NFL’s 31st-ranked offense and could hit rock bottom after gaining just 208 yards in a 24-16 loss at Minnesota. And Cleveland remains a winless laughingstock after a 12-9 overtime flop vs. Tennessee.

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Those defeats give the Steelers (5-2) a two-game AFC North cushion over three sub-.500 rivals. Also sporting a 3-0 AFC North record, Pittsburgh should continue to build upon what is the largest lead of any AFC division leader and begin angling for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Provided the Steelers don’t do themselves in.

On that, there is no guarantee.

Pittsburgh players have a penchant of creating their own drama that can prove detrimental to the team goals the Steelers should be focused on accomplishing.

Two weeks ago, the Steelers were 3-2 and coming off losses in two of their previous three games. A stunning 23-17 overtime road loss to previously winless Chicago was marked not only by horrible run defense, but obvious signs of overlooking an inferior foe. The same script unfolded during a 30-9 home loss to Jacksonville in Week 5.

“People are always talking about how we play down to our opponents,” Steelers safety Mike Mitchell acknowledged.

Just as notable was what had transpired off the field. Lengthy internal debate about how to handle the national anthem in light of President Donald Trump’s incendiary comments led to the Steelers focusing far too much on pre-game protocol rather than beating the Bears.

Antonio Brown threw a tantrum — and a cooler — on the sideline when Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger missed the wide-open wide receiver on a route against the Jaguars. Roethlisberger, who started a firestorm last winter by discussing potential offseason retirement, created another stir about his commitment and performance level when he told media, “Maybe I don’t have it anymore,” following his five interceptions vs. Jacksonville.

The controversy didn’t end even when Roethlisberger and the Steelers rebounded last week with a huge win in Kansas City. That’s because media reports surfaced claiming wide receiver Martavis Bryant had demanded a trade because of his role in the offense. Bryant’s frustration continued after the Bengals win when he took a shot at fellow wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster on social media before deleting the message.

All of this comes on the heels of Brown’s antics last season, when he streamed a Mike Tomlin postgame speech on Facebook that featured Pittsburgh’s head coach calling New England “a— h—s” and telling his players to stay “low-profile” in comments about the Patriots prior to the AFC title game. The incident became a week-long distraction prior to New England’s lopsided win.

Maybe these occurrences have become so frequent that Steelers players didn’t even blink while this year’s team was getting back on track. Or maybe the impact is being overblown by outsiders who don’t understand the unique locker-room dynamic that develops for every NFL team.

“We really don’t pay much attention to it,” Steelers defensive end Cam Heyward told Sporting News. “We’ve got a really good group of guys. We have trust in each other.”

Added Mitchell: “Around here, it’s never really chaos. We always keep things even-keeled. We never get too high. We never get too low. We knew we needed a good response game vs. Kansas City, and we did that.”

Just how good the Steelers are — and can be with continued improvement — was on display against the Bengals.

Running back Le’Veon Bell is hitting his stride with a third-straight 100-yard rushing game. He helped Pittsburgh control the clock for 35:15 with 35 carries for 134 yards. Roethlisberger was efficient in a 224-yard, two-touchdown showing without an interception.

Defensively, the Steelers basically erased Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (three catches for 41 yards) and sacked a gimpy Andy Dalton four times, forcing two interceptions. Pittsburgh also was stout against the run for a second straight game, outside of a 25-yard Joe Mixon carry in the first quarter. Cincinnati’s other 16 rushes yielded just 46 yards.

“Our No. 1 goal was to stop the run and take away (Green),” Mitchell said. “For the most part we did that.”

Special teams did its part, too, with Chris Boswell connecting on all five of his field-goal attempts, helping to make amends for an offense still struggling to convert in the red zone. A 44-yard pass from safety Robert Golden to wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey on a fake punt helped set up one of those kicks and allowed the Steelers to run extra clock in the fourth quarter.

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Pittsburgh is tied for the AFC’s best record but is emerging as the conference’s best all-around team. The Steelers already have a playoff tiebreaker advantage over the Chiefs (5-2) and could earn the same with the Patriots (5-2) in Week 15 if they’re able to win at Heinz Field against a New England squad that will be playing its third straight road game — and on a short week, no less.

Not that Steelers right guard David DeCastro wants to hear about any of this.

Like Mitchell and Heyward, DeCastro downplayed the effect the theatrics had on the club earlier this season. He also didn’t proclaim the Steelers have figured out all their on-field issues, either.

“I don’t think it is behind,” DeCastro told Sporting News. “I hope it’s behind, but you never know. We could come out and lay an egg next week (at Detroit). I hope we don’t, but it’s possible.

“I hope people realize that. I hope they realize how hard it is to do this.”

And how much easier it would be for the Steelers without self-inflicted headaches.

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Thousands of Colin Kaepernick fans have signed a petition demanding the out-of-work NFL quarterback be signed by the Green Bay Packers to fill in for Aaron Rodgers, who may be out for the remainder of the season.

In a petition on Change.org, Kaepernick fans argued the quarterback, who grew up a Packers fan, is the obvious choice to lead Green Bay with Rodgers injured. The petition had garnered more than 12,000 signatures as of the time of publication.

“Aaron Rodgers is possibly out for the rest of the season but there’s a Wisconsin-born QB who should be on our team! Let’s makes sure the organization know we support Kaepernick to the Packers!” the petition said.

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The push by Kaepernick fans comes just days after the former 49ers quarterback filed a grievance alleging NFL owners have colluded in not signing him to a contract. The grievance was sent to the NFL Players Association, as well as to the NFL and all its teams.

The filing alleges the NFL and its owners “have colluded to deprive Mr. Kaepernick of employment rights in retaliation for Mr. Kaepernick’s leadership and advocacy for equality and social justice and his bringing awareness to peculiar institutions still undermining racial equality in the United States,” ESPN reported.

Kaepernick famously refused to stand for the national anthem in order to protest police mistreatment of African-Americans—a protest that has spread this year, with hundreds of players taking a knee over the past month.

Kaepernick recently hit back at a claim that he would stand for he national anthem if he was offered a spot on an NFL team.

Although players have faced criticism from President Donald Trump and others who said taking a knee during the anthem shows disrespect to the flag and the military, Kaepernick and players who take part in the peaceful protest insist this is not the case.

Trump recently said during a speech in Alabama: “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out. He’s fired. He’s fired!’”

After Kaepernick initially refused to stand for the national anthem, he spoke with former Green Beret Nate Boyer, who felt it would be more respectful for Kaepernick to kneel if he wished to protest; sparking his decision and others to take a knee to protest.

According to the grievance, the quarterback feels his decision to take part in peaceful protests has resulted in his being denied employment in the NFL. Many of his fans are keen to see that change.

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The Detroit Lions (3-2), led by quarterback Matthew Stafford, meet the New Orleans Saints (2-2), led by quarterback Drew Brees, in an NFC matchup in NFL Week 6 action on Sunday, October 15, 2017 (10/15/17) at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Here is the AP recap of the game:

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Saints defensive lineman Cam Jordan saw the goal post right in front him and couldn’t resist the urge to rise up for a basketball-style dunk of the football over the cross bar.

Jordan had just tipped quarterback Matthew Stafford’s pass to himself in the Detroit end zone — a climactic moment in a game defined by bizarre bounces, unusual plays, extraordinary momentum swings and a historical first for New Orleans’ defense. Only a forbidden, fineable touchdown celebration would do.

“I realized my regular sack dance wasn’t going to cut it,” said Jordan, who expects to be fined and said it will have been worth it. “Fourth quarter, game was sort of tight. We had to seal that. I had been preaching: ‘This is our chance to respond.’ I’m glad I was the one to do it.”

Running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara combined for 237 yards from scrimmage, the Saints’ resurgent defense forced five turnovers and scored a franchise-record three times, and New Orleans took a 52-38 victory over the Lions on Sunday in a contest that wound up being nowhere near over after the Saints took a five-TD lead.

New Orleans (3-2), which has a winning record for the first time since its last playoff season in 2013, had to gut out a remarkable bid by Detroit (3-3) to pull off the greatest comeback in NFL history.

“It was a different one from sure,” said Stafford, noting that he and Saints QB Drew Brees even brought up the strange nature of the game when they greeted each other on the field before heading to the locker room. “He came up and said, ‘That was a weird one, huh?’ And I said, ‘Yeah, it was crazy.’”

Already renowned for leading Lions comebacks, Stafford only regretted three interceptions he described as fluky and his two fumbles.

“I’ll probably be more frustrated with the fumbles than anything else,” he said. “I’ve got to find a way to hold on to the ball.”

The Lions scored four straight TDs, including one on a 74-yard punt return by Jamal Agnew and another on A’Shawn Robinson’s close-range interception near the Saints goal line, in less than 15 minutes off the game clock to pull as close as 45-38 with 6:41 still left.

“We just don’t give up,” Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. “Our guys show a lot of resolve. I don’t think they ever feel they are out of a game.”

But after Agnew muffed a punt and barely got it out of the end zone, Jordan scored about the same way Robinson had.

Saints coach Sean Payton’s voice was hoarse after a game in which Superdome crowd noise was fueled by the high-octane drama, and he forecast a long night of reviewing game video in an effort to see how dominant play for nearly three quarters nearly morphed into a collapse for the ages.

“We did a lot of dumb things, but fortunately our defense did a lot of good things,” Payton said. “I’m trying to be happy today, but it’s hard.”

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The teams combined for eight turnovers.

The Saints’ defense produced its first points on Detroit’s first possession, when end Alex Okafor sacked and stripped Stafford in the end zone and safety Kenny Vaccaro recovered. In the third quarter, rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans’ top draft choice last spring, made his first interception and returned it 27 yards for a touchdown.

“I just love how we’re coming together as a team; that was one thing we had to do,” Lattimore said. “The first game, we were giving up stuff and just not communicating and right now we’re doing a good job.”

Vaccaro also intercepted a tipped fourth quarter pass and linebacker Craig Robertson forced and recovered Stafford’s second fumble.

The Saints hadn’t turned the ball over once this season before Brees was intercepted by Darius Slay, who ripped a potential catch from receiver Michael Thomas’ hands. Ingram fumbled in the second half.

“Probably one of the crazier games I have been a part of,” said Brees, now in his 17th season. “We have some momentum but we have to get better.”

THE NUMBERS

Playing on a sore right ankle that visibly limited his mobility, Stafford was hit often, sacked five times and had about a dozen passes tipped or batted down. He finished 25 of 52 for 312 yards and touchdowns of 45 yards to Golden Tate, 22 yards each to Marvin Jones and Darren Fells.

Brees was 21 for 31 for 186 yards and touchdowns of 20 yards to Ted Ginn and 2 yards to tight end Michael Hoomanawanui.

Ingram scored two TDs on short runs and rushed for 114 yards on 25 carries in the first game since the Saints traded Adrian Peterson to Arizona.

INJURIES

Lions: Safety Glover Quin left the game to be evaluated for a head injury in the second half. Offensive tackle Greg Robinson limped off the field in the third quarter.

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Jill Dietz, MD, is Director of Breast Center Operations at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and Associate Professor of Surgery at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. On Sunday at the Browns vs. Jets game, she was honored as the First and Ten coin toss captain for all of her work in the community.

Dr. Dietz has obtained many accolades and continues to ferociously fight breast cancer, champion early detection and has been an invited speaker to many national and international breast conferences.

But she says, “You’d probably find me taking care of animals if I wasn’t a breast cancer surgeon.”

She and her family live on a farm and rescue all of their animals. Alpacas, dogs and fish. She loves being outside and supports various organizations devoted to animal safety and well-being.

Dr. Dietz is on the board of the American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBS) and the board of NAPBC. She also chairs the Patient Reported Outcomes Committee and is on the publications committee of the ASBS.  She is a member of the Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) and their SCORE education committee.  She previously served as Chair of the SSO Program Directors Committee and as Chair of the Fellows Institute.

“I see it in nurses and professors and women who haven’t even finished high school. Every population,” she said.

Her biggest concern about breast cancer is if you catch it early, 95% of the time you’re going to be OK, but most women don’t.

Because she runs the breast cancer program at University Hospitals, and that’s what her whole career is about, she’s pretty passionate about it.

“You’d think all of the emphasis we have on October and wearing pink, you think everyone would get their mammogram,” Dietz said. “But out of the people who could get their mammograms only 65 percent do.”

She’s an educator in her own right.

Dr. Dietz worked directly with the committee of high school students from Effective Leadership Academy (ELA) to educate them on breast cancer and the research being conducted at University Hospitals.

Since 2008 she has assisted in raising more than $4.5 million for the Miracle Fund supporting clinical research and treatment options for advanced breast cancer research at University Hospitals. Through the Miracle Fund, doctors have been able to take a collaborative approach to develop new trials and innovative treatments that lead to better outcomes in the fight against advanced breast cancer.

“I’m artistic and I’ve always drawn and painted and wanted to be a doctor, but when I got into surgery that totally changed my mind,” Dietz said. “The fact that I could make a difference with my hands and change things is what won me over.”

It’s her job to give women good results, which is happening way more now than it had in the past. Dr. Dietz and her team perform reconstruction and make women look and feel better than before.

“I educate women with our outreach program. That’s what the Woman Up campaign is all about,” Dietz said. “We have kids, we run marathons, we do all of these incredible things. We can get mammograms.”

She was really surprised when she found out she was chosen but was nonetheless more than worthy of the honor.

The work she does in the community is unmatched and life changing for countless women in the greater Cleveland area and beyond.

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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton opened his mouth and the strangest thing came out once again.

Newton was in the huddle, calling a play on Sunday afternoon, as the Panthers played the Detroit Lions in Ford Field. There was less than a minute left in the first half, and Newton’s mouth started working but the wrong words came out.

“To be honest, it was a broken play from the huddle,” Newton said, after leading the Panthers to a 27-24 victory over the Lions. “I didn’t call the wrong play, it just came out wrong.”

Yes, he’s had a problem with his mouth lately.

Last week, a female sports reporter asked Newton a question about Devin Funchess and his pass routes.

“It’s funny to hear a female talk about routes,” Newton said, “like… it’s funny.”

More: Mitch Albom: Nothing funny about Cam Newton’s comments to female reporter

That created a firestorm, rightfully so. It was disgusting.

Eventually, Newton apologized.

“He had some unfortunate circumstances this week,” Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. “I think he addressed them at the appropriate time. Like I said before, I know he understands he made a mistake and it’s time to go forward.”

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Despite the botched play call, Newton dropped back to pass and spotted Funchess in the back of the end zone.

“It was a broken play,” Funchess said. “I saw him scrambling. He looked at me and I just told him I was going to go to the left.”

Newton threw the ball high and Funchess came down with a 10-yard touchdown that gave the Panthers a 17-10 lead.

“It’s probably the hardest catch I ever made in my career playing football, from high school on,” said  Funchess, who played at Farmington Hills Harrison and at Michigan. “I surprised myself in the end zone. Bodies were right in front of me. I had to figure out where the end line was. It was just hard.”

Funchess said about 60 friends and family attended the game.

“It meant the world to me that I got to do it in front of the home crowd,” Funchess said. “It felt good to be back home.”

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After the game, Newton went to a news conference in Ford Field.

He opened his mouth, explaining why he was wearing a hat with a Rosie the Riveter pin, and the strangest thing came out once again.

“Rosie the Riveter,” Newton said of the pin, an icon representing women who worked in factories and shipyards during World War II. “I was trying to find a way to kind of hint a notion to all the women. I did my homework on her and her impact on World War II and not only her, but all of the women and females, who played a big impact in creating equipment for World War II.”

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Yes, the cynic in me believes this was a PR stunt, a chance to show him in a different light.

But he kept talking and started making up words and digging an even bigger hole.

“It was a symbolize, a symbization (sic) for inferior and strong women,” he said, making up words and, wait a second, what did he say?

Inferior women?

Really?

OK. I’m gonna give him a pass here. I think he meant to say, “superior and strong women.”

“It was a lesson learned for me this whole week,” Newton continued. “My sarcasm, trying to give somebody a compliment, turned in ways that I would have never even imagined.”

Now, here’s the crazy thing.

In the midst of this controversy, Newton was unfazed. He played fantastic, throwing for 355 yards and three touchdowns.

“He’s a good player,” Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. “I mean, he can do a little bit of everything.”

Everything but say the right thing at the right time.

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— Pittsburgh is looking for its fourth straight victory over the Jaguars, which would set a Steelers franchise record against the Jaguars. The last time they won three in a row against Jacksonville was Nov 18, 2001 – Dec 5, 2004.

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— Pittsburgh has averaged 385.7 yards per game in its three most recent wins against Jacksonville, while giving up only 221.7 yards per game in those matchups.

— Jacksonville has lost seven of its previous eight road games after dropping a 23-20 loss to the New York Jets in Week 3.

— Pittsburgh has won 14 of its last 15 games at home when scoring 24 points or more.

— In Jacksonville’s last four road games the Jaguars have turned the ball over four times while only creating 10 takeaways.

— In Jacksonville’s two victories this season they have forced seven turnovers while committing zero. In their two defeats, they’ve forced three turnovers while committing four.

— Pittsburgh is giving up only 4.2 yards per play on defense in 2017, best in the NFL through four games.

— Jacksonville has forced 10 turnovers on defense, third in the NFL only to Baltimore and Detroit who have forced 11 each.

— Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for 144 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4’s victory over Baltimore. It was the third time that Bell has rushed for more than 144 yards and scored two touchdowns since 2014, the most in the NFL over that span.

— Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles has only been sacked three times in four games in 2017. During the first four games of the 2016 season Bortles was sacked 12 times.