What a weekend it was. We had Florida State getting back in the win column, Miami (the U) with a signature win over VT, and the Knights outscoring Chad Morris and the SMU Mustangs.
...Oh, and the Gators played a game, sort of.
In the NFL, we saw the Bucs continue their losing ways, as frustration boiled over with Mike Evans and Jameis Winston getting physical with the Saints on the sideline. The Jags won another game without their best offensive weapon, and while Dolphins lost, at least Cutler played alright.
With all of that said, and all that there is to react to from a wild-weekend. The question is this, which of the following (below) is NOT an over-reaction?
Special note: Below the poll is a point to back up each option...
Jags- Blake Bortles has been efficient as of late. On Sunday he threw for 259 yards and 1 TD, and most importantly, no INT's. In fact, he's thrown 0 INT's in the last 2 games, and only 2 over the last 4. Plus, the Jags have played their last 2 games without Leonard Fournette.
Bucs- They've lost 5 straight. They can't run, pass, or defend, and their head coach Dirk Koetter is bailing water. Sure, the Niners and the Browns have zero wins combined, but the Bucs are at least in the discussion now for worst team in the league.
Gators- They have lost their last 2 games 87-23. That's the most they've given up in a two game stretch since the days of leather helmets. Their remaining schedule: @ South Carolina, UAB, and FSU. Let's face it, UAB is their only shot at victory.
UCF- The AP poll has UCF up to 14, the coaches poll even higher, and with teams like Ohio State suffering 2 losses, the road to a potential CFB Playoff birth became more likely. All UCF needs is for teams like Clemson, Miami, Wisconsin, TCU, Oklahoma, and Washington to lose a game or two, and the Knights will be tough to ignore.