Football season is heating up.
Last week saw plenty of great action, and this week is no different.
Here’s a look at some of the interesting games from the weekend.
Clemson 59 Florida State 10
The Seminoles are in big trouble.
The 49-point loss was tied for the worst in Florida State history.
Fans are already grumbling about first-year head coach Willie Taggart.
Meanwhile, the #2 Tigers made a strong statement with their devastating road victory.
The win was payback for Florida State’s 51-14 destruction of Clemson in Death Valley back in 2013.
Nobody in the ACC looks close to Clemson’s level.
Georgia 36 Florida 17
Florida’s Dan Mullen got his first taste of the Cocktail Party as head coach.
Mullen had success against Georgia as the offensive coordinator.
But his first time as the head man didn’t go too well.
The Gators fought hard, but fell apart late as the superior Bulldogs surged ahead.
The win eliminates the Gators from contention in the SEC East.
Kentucky 15 Missouri 14
Speaking of the SEC East, Georgia and Kentucky will meet next week in a winner-take-all game for the division crown.
The improbable matchup came about after the Wildcats pulled off a stunning road win against the Tigers.
The 2018 Wildcats are breaking down barriers.
They defeated the Florida Gators for the first time in over 30 years.
If they pull off the huge upset at home against Georgia, they will go to the SEC championship game for the first time in school history.
Terry Wilson ➡️ CJ Conrad FOR THE WIN! pic.twitter.com/hyJZ2TtFow
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) October 27, 2018
Cincinnati 37 Tampa Bay 34
The Bengals pulled off a thrilling win with a last-second field goal.
Cincinnati had the game in hand with a 34-16 lead.
But backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick again summoned some magic and sparked a comeback.
Fitzpatrick’s insertion back into the lineup could spell doom for starting quarterback Jameis Winston.
The former number one overall pick threw four interceptions on his way to the bench.
His immediate and long-term future look cloudy.
Kansas City 30 Denver 23
The Chiefs’ offense continues to roll along.
Second-year phenom Pat Mahomes got off to a slow start, but still threw four touchdowns.
Even though the Patriots beat the Chiefs, Kansas City still looks like the team to beat in the conference.
As for Denver, star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas could be on the way out.
Several teams want to acquire him in trade.
The team with the most alleged interest: the Patriots.
They know they need the firepower to contend with Kansas City.
L.A. Rams 29 Green Bay 27
On the NFC side, the Rams look like the team to beat.
With a nail-biting home victory over the Packers, the Rams stayed perfect.
Their 8-0 record puts them in the driver’s seat for home-field advantage.
Before the season, the Rams went all in with trades and free agency.
So far the moves are paying off in a big way.
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) October 28, 2018