Tuesday, November 17, 2009

NFL Week 10 Wrap Up

Chicago @ San Francisco - The Bears suck. That's all I can say. Inquisitive Mind 1 - 0 for the week.

New Orleans @ St. Louis - I'm sorry, I thought this was going to be a blowout and the Rams made it a good game. They almost won. I'm not really worried about the Saints either since they played this game without 2 starters in their defensive backfield. Great effort Rams. Inquisitive Mind 2 - 0 for the week.

Tampa Bay @ Miami - Talk about making things close for no reason. The Bucs put up another valiant effort but the Dolphins snuck this one out. I mean literally snuck one out. Inquisitive Mind 3 - 0 for the week.

Detroit @ Minnesota - It took a while but the Vikings finally decided to take control of this game. Favre threw for 300+ yards while Rice, who should be thanking Favre because he's going to get him a FAT paycheck, and AP did work. The Vikings defense played a little better and they are still the favorites to represent the NFC in the Superbowl, sorry Saints. Inquisitive Mind 4 - 0 for the week.

Jacksonville @ New York Jets - What happened to the darlings of New York? The rookie quarterback looks average at best, the defense can't stop anyone, and all I can see is a coach who is promising a lot and has a lot of bravado. Losing this one really hurt the Jets. Inquisitive Mind 4 - 1 for the week.

Buffalo @ Tennessee - Part of me feels sorry for T.O. It's really not his fault and it seems as though many people, the media, are really egging him on to start problems. The Titans are really showing people, including head coach Jeff Fisher that Vince Young might be exactly what this team needed. As the owner of the team Bud Adams showed, if you're hating on the Titans, take that. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 1 for the week.

Cincinnati @ Pittsburgh - Wow!!! The Bengals have beaten the Steelers and the Ravens twice. Let that sink in for a while. Gotta give them their due. Cedric Benson got hurt and the Bengals go out and sign Larry Johnson. Maybe things are going to finally turn around in Ohio. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 2 for the week.

Denver @ Washington - Wow!!! The Broncos are in trouble. they have lost 3 in a row and now Kyle Orton is hurt and Chris Simms does not look like the answer. Are the Broncos imploding yet again? Someone should hire a skywriter, the Redskins won. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 3 for the week.

Atlanta @ Carolina - Jake Delhomme and Steve Smith finally caught up with each other. Add this to their running game and the Panthers should be ruling the NFC South, but for some reason they can't get it all together. What's going on in Atlanta? Inquisitive Mind 6 - 3 for the week.

Kansas City @ Oakland - Two bad teams and only one team can win. Inquisitive Mind 7 - 3 for the week.

Seattle @ Arizona - The Cardinals decided to play well at home. Nothing you can do when this team is clicking if you can't get to the quarterback. Warner threw for 365 and 2 TDs. Inquisitive Mind 7 - 4 for the week.

Dallas @ Green Bay - The Cowboys. Are you serious? You get the Packers who are struggling and you go and lay a goose egg. I mean you barely even scored. Roy Williams, stop bitchin and catch the damn ball. You want to be the man, just do it. Inquisitive Mind 7 - 5 for the week.

Philadelphia @ San Diego - Congrats to LT for the new baby on the way and congrats on finding the endzone, twice. This Chargers team seems to be catching fire at the right time since the Broncos are slipping, again. Inquisitive Mind 8 - 5 for the week.

New England @ Indianapolis - -------!!!!! I still can't believe they lost this game. I'm sorry, I have to say you punt in that situation. If you're on the 50 and you have that 4th and 2, then I can understand going for it. Bad call, but as the coach, Belicheat has to say it was the best thing for his team to win. Sends a terrible message to the defense too. Inquisitive Mind 8 - 6 for the week.

Baltimore @ Cleveland - Not a whole lot of offense in this game. This pretty much says it all. Brady Quinn was 13 of 31 for 99 yards, and 2 INTs. Inquisitive Mind 9 - 6 for the week.

That brings us to a whopping 93 - 51 for the season. Not bad, but a little behind the pros.

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