Week 2 is in the books and the picture is getting clearer for some of you. Sorry Raider fans.
Panthers 31, Giants 23. The Giants defense looks surprisingly bad, but it’s just week 3. They don’t start playing ‘til they play the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Giants QB Eli Manning threw for 500 yards. That means one thing: the Buccaneers defense is still pitiful.
Colts 13, Jags 9. This is a great game. If you like to watch two old men dribbling rice pudding down their chins and playing chess in the park, this will entertain you.
Bills 26, Browns 12. The Browns are offensively challenged. The Bills are just challenged.
Jets 17, Dolphins 9. Jets Coach Rex Ryan will confuse Miami QB Ryan Tannehill, then proclaim himself the greatest coach in Miami that weekend.
Saints 27, Chiefs 17. The Chiefs are hopeless, a disaster. They are bad on offense, defense … even Gatorade. They don’t do anything right. Romeo Crennel is about to be fired from his second job, and this one will be his last as a head coach.
Redskins 24, Bengals 20. The ‘Skins have no defense. I don’t know why everyone keeps talking about how good the ‘Skins defense is every year. They haven’t been good for years! And WR Josh Morgan should be cut for doing what he did last week. They are in field goal position and he gets a 15-yard penalty for throwing the ball at someone. Just stupid.
Lions 23 Titans 13. The Titans? Of what? The coach has no vision or direction. The team looks dead. In all phases. And they can’t run the ball.
49’ers 23, Vikings 0. This should be a shutout, a straight beatdown. Another franchise with a bad draft pick at QB that will haunt them.
Bears 31, Rams 13. The Rams are getting away with a lot right now. They’re playing hard and borderline out of control when you watch them, and the officials are giving them a pass for most part, at least for now. Think about it, there is only one reason he brought in Cornerback Cortland Finnegan to play tough. But they are an ugly team. QB Jay Cutler, what a great leader. I bet NO ONE likes to play for him Spoiled all his life and probably hasn’t a friend in the world except his mom and his agent. And to think I ruined my fantasy team drafting that dumbass. I am one of those moronic GMs I write about.
Cowboys 23, Bucs 19. These are two disturbed teams. Cowboys QB Tony Romo was a superhero after week 1. This week? There’s nothing about him on TV. Nothing. How quickly his supporters disappeared.
Falcons 13, Chargers 17. Slow down on Atlanta, please. They played one good defensive game in the last 3 years and they are “reborn?” They had a great game against the same QB everyone said the week before was unstoppable: Broncos QB Peyton Manning.
Cardinals 20, Eagles 16. The Cardinals do exactly what Eagles QB Michael Vick doesn’t like: they pressure the QB and the WRs and they hit you. The Eagles are delusional if they think they can keep turning the ball over 4 times a game and winning. If Eagles Coach Andy Reid gave a damn about his QB, he wouldn’t be throwing the ball 60 times a game and watching his QB get clobbered.
Steelers 23, Raiders 9. The Raiders are the same old team; it’ll take years to rebuild that mess. Did you see what the Steelers did to the Jets last week? Jets QB Mark Sanchez got hammered. Hammered.
Broncos 24, Texans 20. Peyton Manning’s ascent to MVP took a hit with 3 first half interceptions. Let’s see if he’s able to get some redemption against Houston.
Pats 20, Ravens 16. Ah, the Ravens, another team headed to the Super Bowl after week 1, and ready for a reality check. Ravens QB Joe Flacco for MVP? Yeah. Right. An empy uniform.
Packers 24, Seahawks 16. The ‘Hawks are trying hard. Nice defense until the refs start calling pass interference.
The NFL should have a card system, like soccer. Every pass play the QB is begging for a late hit and the WRs are begging for pass interference. Red Card, you’re gone for the game.
The officials are not losing games. People bitch about the officials, but the players can throw 8 interceptions and make 9 fumbles and one call screws the game. Be accountable quit whining, and put the blame where it belongs.