Eagles beat Cowboys to stay undefeated, Bills bust Chiefs in KC I The Rush

The Eagles are 6-0 after beating the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football and handing Dallas QB Cooper Rush his first loss as a starter, the Bills ensured there would be no Patrick Mahomes comeback in a victory over the Chiefs, Tom Brady was caught screaming at his O-Line on the sideline, the Giants couldn’t hold back tears of joy after their win over the Ravens, Jets CB Sauce Gardner couldn’t help but troll the Packers by wearing a cheesehead and the Falcons are STILL undefeated against the spread this season. Over in MLB, the Yankees evened their ALDS matchup with the Guardians at 2-2 to force a pivotal Game 5.

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JILL BIDEN: Yeah, I had to come to the game.

JOEL EMBIID: Oh, yeah. Of course, it's a big game.

JILL BIDEN: Yeah, yeah.

JOEL EMBIID: For sure. Philly's doing great right now too [INAUDIBLE].

JILL BIDEN: Oh, amazing.

JOEL EMBIID: We start on Tuesday.

JILL BIDEN: Yeah, oh good.

JOEL EMBIID: The Eagles. So it's fun.


MINTY BETS: The Cowboys might be America's team, but the Eagles had first Lady Jill Biden and Philly's first gentleman Joel Embiid in the house.

- Can't beat that combination.

MINTY BETS: After beating the Cowboys on Sunday night, the Eagles are now 6 and 0.

- Not see that coming.

MINTY BETS: As for the Cowboys, it was a good run for backup quarterback Cooper Rush, but it's time to retire him as our official show mascot. Not only did he pick up his first loss as a starter, he threw three interceptions.

- Honeymoon's over.

MINTY BETS: Don't worry, Cooper Rush. We will always remember those epic weeks you served as our mascot. Matchups between Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen will never give us a simple, stress-free game.

- That's impossible.

MINTY BETS: Mahomes brought his magic. But down 20-17 with the clock ticking down, Allen pulled this trick out of the bag. Buffalo scored the go-ahead touchdown with a minute and 15 left on the clock, and it held. The Bills were actually Vegas favorites in this one. But as for the rest of Sunday's games, there were plenty of upsets.

- Plenty.

MINTY BETS: The Bucs lost to the Steelers on Sunday, and Tom Brady was none too happy. He was seen on the sideline during the first half screaming his lungs off at his offensive line. I'm shocked he still had a voice to shout with after living it up at Robert Kraft's wedding over the weekend.

- It's wedding season, kid.

MINTY BETS: Dude gets Tommy-only days off and travels to a wedding before a game and then has the audacity to yell at his teammates, not a good look, man.

- Tom Brady could do that.

- Tom Brady could do that.

MINTY BETS: The Giants were so shocked by their own win over the Ravens that New York linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux was literally crying tears of joy after the game.

KAYVON THIBODEAUX: We did it, man. We at MetLife, man. I love it. I'm happy to be here, man. Go Big Blue, baby.

MINTY BETS: [SNIFFLES] That's beautiful. On the other end of the spectrum, you have the Jets. They embarrassed Aaron Rodgers and the Packers 27 to 10 in Green Bay. Instead of tears, Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner went with a straight up troll job. He grabbed a cheesehead and paraded it around Lambeau Field, soaking up the boos. That was until a Packers player ran up and knocked it off his head. Never grow up, Jets.

And then there were the Falcons, who got a solid 28 to 14 win over the 49ers to remain undefeated against the spread.

- How is that even possible?

MINTY BETS: I don't even know. I just know that the Falcons keep making people money and therefore, keep making people happy. The Yankees beat the Guardians to even up their American League Division Series at two games apiece.


And you know what that means.

- A fight to the death.

MINTY BETS: Um, kind of. It means a winner-take-all game 5 tonight. And you know the Yankees don't want to go the way of the 100-plus game-winning Dodgers and Braves.

- Gone too soon.