Well, well, well, just when many of us thought that Philip Rivers was no longer capable of carrying a football team on his right shoulder, he does exactly that in Indianapolis on Sunday, rallying his colts from a 21-0 deficit to beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 31-27. Let's not forget, it was just one week ago after a dreadful performance against the Cleveland Browns that many in Indy were calling for Philip Rivers to perhaps be replaced. Philip was off to a rough start.
The Cincinnati Bengals say they're playing well enough to win most of the time, especially with the dynamic playmaking and big numbers put up by rookie quarterback Joe Burrow. On Sunday they blew a 21-0 second-quarter lead and ended up losing 31-27 to the Indianapolis Colts (4-2). Cincinnati had to settle for a tie with the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3 after giving up a late touchdown.
It's time for a new set of 2020 NFL Power Rankings entering Week 7. Here's the standings for all 32 teams after a wild Week 6.
Lauren Carpenter recaps the high and low fantasy producers from Sunday's Week 6 matchups and offers trade targets as we look forward to Week 7. (Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)
|@||Jacksonville||L||27 - 20|
|vs||Minnesota||W||28 - 11|
|vs||NY Jets||W||36 - 7|
|@||Chicago||W||19 - 11|
|@||Cleveland||L||32 - 23|
|vs||Cincinnati||W||31 - 27|