Bruce Arians needs to spend less time offering excuses and make some significant adjustments to his Tom Brady-led offence.
The Bills dominated the Seahawks en route to Buffalo's most impressive win of the season, while the Saints are back in the "top contender" conversation.
This isn't merely a reaction to one bad loss, as the Patriots lack the skill, execution and discipline that characterized their dynasty.
If Tom Brady needed any reassurance that leaving New England for Tampa Bay was the right decision, Week 6 provided enough evidence.
D.K. Metcalf is blossoming into one of the NFL's top receivers before our very eyes, while Philip Rivers has been anything but reliable for the 3-2 Colts.
It's more clear than ever that dishing out big money to running backs is a detriment to sustainable success in the NFL.
The Eagles need a lot more from their $100-million man, who has been one of the worst QBs in the league this season.
Cam Newton is making a lot of teams look foolish, while a pair of MVP candidates have separated themselves from the field.
The Toronto Blue Jays' early-season struggles aren't all that surprising, given the team's lack of depth and aging roster.