Wednesday, November 25, 2009

NFL Week 11 Wrap Up

Not too bad this week. Let's review.

Miami @ Carolina - What in the world happened? I mean the Panthers couldn't run the ball, but the Dolphins came out and had a giant killer performance from Ricky Williams. How bad must the Panthers feel that the paid Delhomme all that money and he's playing like this? Inquisitive Mind 0 - 1 for the week.

Washington @ Dallas - 7 points? 7 freakin points? You want me to take you seriously and you score 7 points against the Redskins and barely win? 7 freakin points!!!! Inquisitive Mind 1 - 1 for the week.

Cleveland @ Detroit - What a game? I mean no one thought this would be a shootout, but it turned into a fun game. Brady Quin looked good and Stafford showed us that he can play and more importantly that he's tough enough. Inquisitive Mind 2 - 1 for the week.

San Francisco @ Green Bay - Another good game and finally the Packers turned in a quality performance. Rodgers threw for 340+ yards, Ryan Grant had a monster game on the ground, and their defense played pretty well for the majority of the game. Is this the start of something good? Inquisitive Mind 3 - 1 for the week.

New Orleans @ Tampa Bay - Well, it took the Saints some time to start rolling but they finally did. Next week is the real test for Saints anyway. Inquisitive Mind 4 - 1 for the week.

Pittsburgh @ Kansas City - You have to be kidding me? The Steelers defense seems to suck without Polamalu. I mean they couldn't stop this Chiefs offense. Let that settle for a second. Then Big Ben gets knocked out of the game when they need him. Then Charlie Batch breaks his wrist and is out for the next 6 weeks. Time to start panicking in Pittsburgh. Inquisitive Mind 4 - 2 for the week.

Atlanta @ New York Giants - The Giants woke up. They won a game that they needed to win. Yes it took them overtime, but they won. I feel sorry for Atlanta because they have lost several close ones in the last few weeks. Inquisitive Mind 5 - 2 for the week.

Buffalo @ Jacksonville - I feel sorry for T.O. as he gets 197 yards receiving and they lose this close game to the Jaguars. He's gotta be thisclose to losing it. Inquisitive Mind 6 - 2 for the week.

Indianapolis @ Baltimore - They almost did it. I mean the Ravens almost pulled the upset, but their offense kept getting in the way. Inquisitive Mind 7 - 2 for the week.

Seattle @ Minnesota - Brett Favre is that good when you are worried about AP. Teams are making Favre throw and he is showing that although he's an old man, that right arm has some magic left in it. Inquisitive Mind 8 - 2 for the week.

Arizona @ St. Louis - Kurt Warner looked like his old days in St. Louis and the Cardinals continued to play well on the road. Kurt took a hit late and Matt Leinart finished the game, but if Warner is hurt for any extended period of time, the Cardinals are done because Leinart isn't good. I'm surprised by that. Inquisitive Mind 9 -2 for the week.

New York Jets @ New England - So goes the Patriots. They are steam rolling teams and they probably enjoyed spanking the Jets. Inquisitive Mind 10 - 2 for the week.

Cincinnati @ Oakland - Bruce Gradkowski. Has to be the answer to a trivia question somewhere. Finally the Raiders benched Russell and guess what, they won. I wonder if Russell still thinks this isn't his fault. Inquisitive Mind 10 - 3 for the week.

San Diego @ Denver - You know it's bad when you get pulled and they send in the injured player that you started over. Chris Simms, this is your life. Inquisitive Mind 11 - 3 for the week.

Philadelphia @ Chicago - The Bears almost pulled this off, but in the end, they got terrible QB play from the franchise. You can't miss that many times in a close game Jay. Inquisitive Mind 12 - 3 for the week.

Tennessee @ Houston - Vince Young. Another answer to a trivia question. This team has gone 4 - 0 since VY has started. He actually has won his last 8 games that he has started. Where is Kerry Collins? He could always go back to Carolina. Inquisitive Mind 13 - 3 for the week.

Great week. We're at 106 - 54 for the year. We're gaining ground.

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