Tuesday, October 27, 2009

NFL Week 7 Wrap Up

Wow, what a terrible week.

Green Bay @ Cleveland - Well, the Packers started off the week with a blowout as expected. Cleveland can't wiat for tonight to see the NBA season kick off. Hey, at least Braylon Edwards got charged for hitting LeBron's friend. You know you've made it when the media refers to you, not by your given name, but by the moniker, 'LeBron's friend'. Inquisitive Mind 1 - 0 for the week.

San Diego @ Kansas City - Finally a team that the Chargers can dominate and so they did. That's two blowouts in two games. Larry Johnson, pack your bags. Inquisitive Mind 2 - 0 for the week.

Indianpolis @ St. Louis - Momma said there'd be days like this. Yet another blowout and the Rams really weren't even that close. Inquisitive Mind 3 - 0 for the week.

Minnesota @ Pittsburgh - Well the Vikings finally got beat. This was a good game. I thought the Vikings were going to win this one, but the Steelers defens finally closed a game. Inquisitive Mind 3 - 1 for the week.

New England @ Tampa Bay - ANOTHER blowout. Nothing more to say. Inquisitive Mind 4 - 1 for the week.

San Francisco @ Houston - We held on with this one. Alex Smith was substituted for the terrible Shaun Hill and the 49ers became dangerous. If he can put a few more drives like that together, this team gets instantly better. Remember, this is the guy that was working out with Crabtree earlier this year. Fantasy owners should be happy. Bad not for the Texans, Andre Johnson has a bruised lung. You won't see him for a few weeks. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 1 for the week.

Buffalo @ Carolina - Keith, I'm with you, why did the Panthers pay Jake Delhomme? I mean, really, why is he getting a check? I guess maybe he's a little confused with that whole interception/touchdown thing. Jake, throw to the people with your jersey on. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 2 for the week.

New York Jets @ Oakland - This should have been the score with the Raiders playing the Eagles last week. Can someone sit JaMarcus Russell? Really!?!?! Inquisitive Mind 6 - 2 for the week.

Atlanta @ Dallas - The Falcons let me down. They let the Cowboys look good. No, I am not a Cowboys apologist, but the Falcons made them look good. Why did Romo get paid that money? Inquisitive Mind 6 - 3 for the week.

Chicago @ Cincinnati - Ok, I'm happy that Cedric Benson got his revenge and he destroyed the Bears defense. But I have some issues: 1) He can't blame anyone in Chicago for him sucking the way he did, unless he starts with himself. I never saw him run that hard in Chicago. 2) The Bears are toothless. When the game was already out of hand and it was the 4th quarter AND the Bengals put in their backup QB, Benson wouldn't pull himself out of the game. The Bears should have hurt him. Period. The game was already over, and the only reason he was out there was to rub it in a little more. They should have gang tackled him and tried to break him in half. Inquisitive Mind 7 - 3 for the week.

New Orleans @ Miami - The Dolphins listened to me, but too many turnovers killed them. The Saints came back from near death and won this game. The Saints are for real. Inquisitive Mind 8 - 3 for the week.

Arizona @ New York Giants - How do you lose this game if you are the Giants? Especially to a team that is very one dimensional and a very brittle at the QB position. Don't understand the Giants. I can't even blame Eli for this one, he played ok. He was putting the ball in his receivers hands but they weren't making any plays. I just stood up for Eli Manning, I must be drinking. Inquisitive Mind 8 - 4 for the week.

Philadelphia @ Washington - We knew the Redskins didn't have a chance. For those that are die hard Redskins fans, you are going to have a terrible rest of the year. With some positive, Campbell looked ok last night. I mean he delivered WHEN he was given time. The fact that he basically had on an Eagles jersey on most downs, didn't help him look good. The bad is that they lost their Pro Bowl TE Cooley for the year with a broken ankle. Inquisitive Mind 9 - 4 for the week.

Not too bad, but it can always be better. How am I doing? Let's see. 66-37.

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