NFL Week 13 – Quick Hits (Who Dat Dish)

Dec 1, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen (34) celebrates his third quarter touchdown with quarterback Tom Brady (12) against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome back to Winners, Losers, Quick Hits, and Uh? (Formerly WTF). In case you missed it, don’t worry – click on that link for last week’s edition. Enjoy!

Week 13 featured a great deal of this & that, including a very entertaining Thanksgiving Night game between the Steelers-Ravens. Who would have thought a Jaguars-Browns game would be so entertaining? How bout the teaser that we’d have another tie in the Bears-Vikings game? I give kudos to the announcers about bout jinxing the two most accurate kickers in the NFL. Who would have thought that would work so well?

Continue on for this week’s Winners, Losers, and things you may or may not have known.

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