Which team is the most entertaining to watch?

Greg Wyshynski: Please allow me a homer pick: The New Jersey Devils are the most entertaining team in the NHL this season.

As soon as Sherman went out, and Griffin, Lane and Justin Coleman each had to slide up in the corner coverage pecking order, Stanton got more confident throwing to Larry Fitzgerald, knowing he would consistently get his go-to wide receiver into favorable matchups wherever he was lined up. The chances were there with wideouts John Brown, Jaron Brown and J.J. Nelson downfield. Stanton was just incapable of taking advantage, especially in the face of the Seahawks’ pass rush.

The Steelers force a three-and-out following their long touchdown drive and they’ll get the ball back with a chance to add to their lead.

Touchdown, Steelers. Roethlisberger throws a 1-yard touchdown pass to Jesse James as the Steelers take a 30-17 lead.

Le’Veon Bell appears to score a touchdown on an 8-yard run to end the third quarter, but the play is overturned after review and Pittsburgh will start the fourth with a third-and-goal on the 1.

Field goal, Titans. Delanie Walker drops a pass in the end zone and two plays later Mariota is sacked for a 15-yard loss. The Titans settle for a 44-yard field goal from Ryan Succop, cutting their deficit to 23-17.yankees_1647_3e19289f944f41c9-180x180