Colin Cowherd Breaks Down Every NFL Week 3 Game in Just Three Words


Watch Colin Cowherd play his weekly ‘3-Word Game’ as Colin describes every NFL Week 3 game in just three words.

Panthers at Texans – “LOOKED 'DARN' GOOD"

“Sam Darnold had his third straight game completing 68% of his throws. Only two turnovers in three games and that was the knock on him. They don't have a great o-line but he's a big, strong, athletic kid and they have some legitimate weapons. Matt Rhule and that staff have done a really nice job and it looked 'DARN' good."

Colts at Titans – “'WENTZ' UPON TIME”

“Carson Wentz has lost 7 straight starts. It's the first time in 10 years this excellent organization had started 0-3."

Falcons at Giants – “'BLUE' MY MIND”

“Big Blue have led in all three games and they're 0-3. A LOT of penalites, beating themselves, and A LOT of mistakes. I'll say this, they're in all their games. They've got good personnel they are just beating themslves."

Chargers at Chiefs – “CHARGERS LOOKED ELECTRIC"

“Justin Herbert against Mahomes has won two of three. He has 8 touchdowns, 1 pick, and they are top 5 in the NFL in third down percentage, and passing. Justin Herbert is the real deal."

Steelers at Bengals – “STEELERS 'HAS BEEN'"

“The Steelers when Ben throws 50+ times are 4-10. Yesterday he threw 58 times. It's over. I saw a story yesterday that they're 'internally concerned' that he's old. Yeah, well we're EXTERNALLY aware that he's old, this was not a tough one to see at the end of last year. You could see it at Thanksgiving."

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