NFL Week 14 – Quick Hits (Who Dat Dish)

Dec 9, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte (22) celebrates with quarterback Josh McCown (12) after scoring a touchdown during the third quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-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!

Down another week. That’s where we are at now. I am still in shock from what I saw on Sunday, as there was a mass explosion of action during the late part of the early games.

Arguably, it might have been the single most entertaining day of football in the history of the NFL that isn’t the Super Bowl.

It felt like someone put on multiple screens of Tecmo Super Bowl & Madden NFL Football, and were just going to town.

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

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