Three quarterbacks, two 2-minute drills, a Giants upset win over the Packers, and a Titans shocker over the Dolphins.
Kirk Cousins had plenty of fun joining Peyton and Eli Manning for the "Manningcast" on ESPN Monday Night Football.
"How about both of these games coming down to the final drive? Is the NFL a great product or what," Cousins asked the hosts aloud.
The broadcast provided an opportunity for viewers to hear the inner monologues of the three quarterbacks as the trio discussed potential approaches to attacking defenses in 2-minute drills.
The Giants kicked a field goal as time expired for a 24-22 victory, and the Titans stopped the Dolphins from crossing midfield for a shot at a field goal.
A photo of Cousins' headshot was added to the show's "Perfect Prediction Panel" after the Vikings quarterback correctly predicted a rushing touchdown by Raheem Mostert that put the Dolphins up 20-13 with 5:34 remaining. Mostert added another rushing score after the Titans fumbled deep in their territory.
Tennessee, however, rallied for a touchdown and 2-point conversion with 2:40 remaining. The Titans forced a quick punt and were able to drive 64 yards in 26 seconds. Cousins correctly predicted a rushing touchdown by Derrick Henry that put the Titans up 28-27 with 1:49 remaining.
Before the late-game theatrics in New York and Miami, the host quarterbacks had fun joking with Cousins about his Kohl's Cash-fueled wardrobe and a recent video of Cousins crawling his way into the water at the beach while on bye week.
"It's going well. One day at a time," Cousins said of his rehab efforts from the torn Achilles he suffered at Green Bay in Week 8. "They told me the rehab would be like the stock market."