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Are the Commanders facing more QB uncertainty? Your questions, answered.

Every Tuesday at 1 p.m. Eastern time, Barry Svrluga takes your questions. (Simone Noronha for The Washington Post)

Turns out there’s a reason they play the games. The NFL has no more undefeated teams after Monday night’s surprising 32-21 win for the Washington Commanders, who handed the Philadelphia Eagles their first loss of the year.

That crazy result capped another wild NFL weekend. Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers kept playoff hopes alive in Tampa Bay and Green Bay, respectively. The Bills and the Vikings played what has to be the game of the year (to date) in Buffalo, where Justin Jefferson went crazy. On and on.

Svrluga: The Commanders should keep Taylor Heinicke at quarterback

Given all that, I invited Adam Kilgore, who writes our Monday morning NFL column, to join me for a chat on all of it. Here are some of the questions we answered:

Read the full chat below.

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Thomas Floyd, an editor for The Post’s Sports section, produced this Q&A.