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Vance Joesph’s first season as the Denver Broncos’ head coach got off to an impressive start.

The rookie head coach was 3-1 after the first month of the season, a run that included a 42-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 2.

But the Broncos’ fast start came to a screeching halt when they lost eight games in a row. This unexpected meltdown was enough to put Joseph on the hot seat just one year into his head coaching tenure. It seemed as though he’d join the list of coaches relieved of their duties on Black Monday when Broncos general manager John Elway opted to skip the Rose Bowl and stay in Denver to meet with Joseph, per Mike Klis of 9News.

Instead, Elway decided to give his struggling coach one more shot to turn the Broncos around.

“It was a punishment in college,” 31-year-old defensive Calais Campbell said with a laugh over the phone Wednesday night. “In high school, we did them to get in shape and stuff, so I guess it was high school the last time it was a workout. Yeah, the first time the up-downs came about here, I was shocked. It was definitely a surprise, I thought they were joking.

How crazy was it getting everyone back? Well, All-Pro defensive tackle Gerald McCoy spent so much time in line at a gas station driving back from Atlanta that he got worried he’d run out, and called GM Jason Licht—about an hour behind McCoy on the way back—to see if Licht could help him with a contingency. Licht then went looking for a hose so he could siphon gas from his car to McCoy’s. McCoy did wind up making it to the pump OK, but what would normally be a 7-hour drive took about 13 hours. So even though Irma didn’t hit Tampa as hard as many had predicted it would, it did make it a monumental challenge for the Bucs to return to the area.

This Jaguars squad is young, fierce, and ready to make an impact. The problem, as it’s been most of the year, is Bortles. He had another poor performance in the Wild Card game, eventually finishing with more rushing yards than passing. Leonard Fournette really slowed down after a hot start to his rookie year, and the wide receiver corps remains banged up.

New Orleans newspaper declares the Saints the new owner of the Panthers after Wild Card win

The New Orleans Saints knocked off the Carolina Panthers on Sunday to advance to the NFC’s Divisional Round. It was the third time in as many attempts this season the Saints got the best of the Panthers.

With that third victory this season came a brutal own by the Times-Picayune for Monday morning’s front page edition:

A racial slur directed at a former team scout is also mentioned:

Perceptions of casual racism hardened recently when, multiple sources told SI, Richardson directed a racial slur at an African-American scout for the Panthers. The scout left the team this year—but not, according to sources, before he sought the counsel of a Charlotte attorney who negotiated a confidential settlement on his behalf. Contacted by SI and asked if he wished to comment, the scout responded, “I’m not in a position to talk.”

In Richardson’s letter announcing the same of the team, he mentioned it wouldn’t be until after the completion of the season that the sale would occur.

The Times-Picayune saw this as an opportunity to take one last parting shot at the Panthers.

The Jaguars did it with a surprising offensive explosion against the Steelers. The 45-42 win was fueled by three rushing touchdowns for Leonard Fournette and an efficient, turnover-free day for Blake Bortles. Pittsburgh never led.

The Saints came close to trailing all of Sunday too with Minnesota’s tough defense keeping them off the board until late in the third quarter. But the Saints scored three touchdowns in the last 17 minutes of the game to take a 21-20 lead with about three minutes left in the game.

After the teams traded field goals, the Vikings won with a miraculous final touchdown pass from Case Keenum to Stefon Diggs.

Another point of agreement: Because they had found a defensive anchor in Shazier (and more balance overall), they were better positioned to topple the Patriots in the AFC and add a seventh Lombardi Trophy to their already crowded case. In each of the past three seasons they had advanced one round deeper into the playoffs, losing to New England 36–17 last January in the conference championship game. And in each of the past four offseasons they reinforced their defense, drafting seven starters in the first three rounds.