HOLLY SEYMOUR

An off-the-wall look at all the NFL games from Week 6

Tom Brady won? Someone slept threw it. Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images

It’s Week 6. My team came through, did yours?

Eagles vs NYG

I’ve always said I love Eli when he plays the Eagles because he feeds the green team more than his own. Pick city! No one will bring your team their swagger back like the NYGs.

Falcons vs Bucs

Look at Winston out there scoring for everyone but his own team! Winston can eat a ... never mind. It’s time someone exits the NFL.

Seahawks vs Raiders

No one cared to watch this game besides the London folks. And by the looks of the final score, it’s obvious Gruden was only there to sight see and get his passport stamped.

Texans vs Bills

Where’s bills mafia? Let’s just throw a dildo on the field and call it a day. Watson’s struggles hurt my eyes. Speaking of eyes, Watson needs a check up. Is he on Houston’s roster or Buffalo's? Gross.

Steelers vs Bengals

Big Ben has a better chance of nailing another case than nailing one of his receivers. A win is a win but this was pathetic.

Dolphins vs Bears

Wow. Was I wrong on this game or was I wrong? Watson’s blind, Winston is a walking garbage can.. and Brock is... on fire??? LOL Chicago your D looked like garbage. Enjoys the slums this week.

Jags vs Cowboys

So for the second week in a row the Jags decide to sleep on the defensive end of the ball. PSA: You can’t play offense so the D is where you penetrate. Yuck. You disgust me. Worst part? You let poor Dallas fans think their team is actually decent. Way to go frauds.

Ravens vs Titans

Finally. A team I can trust. Hold on, let me re read that line. Yes, the Baltimore Ravens earned My trust. #HollyHallPass Congrats Ravens!

Chiefs vs Patriots 

I fell asleep drunk. Damn the Cowgirls. @ me.

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Houston drops the opener

Angels use big sixth inning to take opener from Astros

Houston's offense started hot, then went cold Monday. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images.

With a 2-1 series win under their belt to start this ten-game homestand, the Astros turned the page to a three-game set with the Angels on Monday night. Things started strong for Houston, building an early lead, but it would erode in the middle innings as the Angels would respond with a big sixth inning to take the opener.

Final Score: Angels 5, Astros 4

Astros' Record: 18-17, tied for second in the AL West

Winning Pitcher: Jose Suarez (1-0)

Losing Pitcher: Brandon Bielak (1-2)

Houston Builds an early lead

After a 1-2-3 top of the first by Luis Garcia, Houston would start the scoring in the bottom of the inning. Back-to-back walks set things off, setting up an RBI ground-rule double by Alex Bregman, giving them the 1-0 lead. Kyle Tucker lead the bottom of the second off with a double, then came around to score on an RBI single by Myles Straw, then Michael Brantley made it 3-0 with an RBI double later in the inning.

Los Angeles roars back to take the lead

Los Angeles trimmed the lead to two runs in the top of the fourth with an RBI double, but Houston was able to get that run back on another RBI by Straw in the bottom of the fifth. Things fell apart for Garcia in the top of the sixth, with back-to-back one-out solo homers trimming the lead to one run and ending his night there: 5.1 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, 2 HR, 92 P.

The Angels didn't stop there, getting two more runs to take the lead off of Brandon Bielak, who managed just one out while blowing the lead. Brooks Raley would enter to get the final out of the inning, then tried to keep the deficit at one run when he returned in the top of the seventh. It looked like things might unravel for him, allowing the first two batters to reach base on a walk and single, but he would battle back to strike out the next three straight to strand both.

Angels take the opener

Joe Smith took over in the top of the eighth, still 5-4, but would get two outs while allowing a double in his three batters before Houston moved on to Kent Emanuel, who finished the inning off. After another scoreless inning for Houston's offense, Emanuel remained in the game in the top of the ninth to keep a walk-off chance alive, and he would do so by erasing a walk to send the one-run game to the bottom half. The Astros wouldn't pull off a comeback, though, dropping the opener to Los Angeles.

Up Next: The middle game of this series will be another 7:10 PM Central start on Tuesday night. It shapes up to be an exciting pitching matchup, with Lance McCullers Jr. (2-1, 3.58 ERA) for Houston going up against the two-way star Shohei Ohtani (1-0, 2.41 ERA) for Los Angeles.

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