Alabama has likely seen the last of Jaylen Waddle. After breaking his ankle during the opening kickoff against Tennessee last week, Alabama’s leading receiver won’t even be able to begin heavy rehab for another 6-8 weeks, which should put an end to his junior season and perhaps his college career. While Alabama doesn’t have a like-for-like replacement for Waddle on its roster, life without the dynamic playmaker went on without a hitch over the weekend.
When the Patriots run - Edge: Patriots It's getting to the point where just penciling in the Patriots edge when running the ball is tough. New England's offensive line remains the strength of the offense, but with little else to fall back on the group has had a tough time getting the backs going lately. Damien Harris had another lackluster performance against San Francisco despite some late production after the game had been decided.
Life after Tom Brady is suddenly bleak for the Patriots. Cam Newton said on Monday he was “embarrassed” over his performance in the Patriots’ 33-6 loss to the 49ers on Sunday that dropped the team to 2-4. Coach Bill Belichick said Newton was “absolutely” the starter going forward after he pulled the veteran late in the game.