This article is part of our NFL Reactions series.
-There are worse developmental backup quarterbacks than Jeff Driskel, who was stuck with the short-notice start in Chicago, a game in which he completed 27-of-46 passes for 269 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. He also ran for 37 yards on five carries. Marvin Jones was quite good (five catches for 77 yards on six targets) while Kenny Golladay was uneven at best, scoring on an excellent 47-yard touchdown but also dropping three passes on nine targets, two of which were egregious.
-Mitch Trubisky might be the only quarterback in the league capable of getting sacked five times versus 23 pass attempts against the Lions, but his overall box score was alright, completing 16-of-23 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns. It's possible that Trubisky had room to throw because the Lions sold out against the run – any other explanation would be a bad look for David Montgomery (17 carries for 60 yards).
-As much as it's understandable to make Lamar Jackson the main subject of Baltimore's 49-13 win over Cincinnati – he scored four touchdowns after all, including a memorable 47-yard touchdown run – it's also worth drawing attention to how much better this offense gets when Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews are healthy. It takes a little help to score four touchdowns in 24 plays, and both Brown (four catches for 80 yards and one touchdown on four targets) and Mark Andrews (six catches for 53 yards and two touchdowns on eight targets) were at their