Thoughts on NFL Week 15

Falcons 41, Jags 14

-Every time I see Blaine Gabbert, I see a guy who can’t play quarterback.

-Roddy White is a beast in case you were wondering.

Cowboys 31, Bucs 15

– The Bucs are 4-10 for  good reason. They looked awful at home on national television.

-With a win against the Eagles, the Cowboys can wrap up a mediocre division.

Dolphins 30, Bills 23

-Reggie Bush is quietly having a great season as the “featured back.”

-For the Dolphins to go on the road to the cold, wintry mix of Buffalo and win, that shows a lot of character.

Seahawks 38, Bears 14

-I’m positive Donovan McNabb is better than Caleb Hannie.

-You know your quarterback is bad if Tarvais Jackson outplayed him.

Colts 27, Titans 13

-Titans are still alive for a wildcard, but one must wonder if Jake Locker will get a start before the year is out.

-Colts are still a game up for the Suck for Luck sweepstakes.

Chiefs 19, Packers 14

-This game makes you wonder how the Chiefs’ season would have played out if Kyle Orton started over Tyler Palko.

-Arrowhead is a tough place to play, I wouldn’t be worried if I were a Packers fan yet.  Those offensive line injuries could be an issue though.

Bengals 20, Rams 13

-AJ Green is a stud.

-Not sure what the Rams were expecting with Kellen Clemens starting.

Saints 42, Vikings 20

-Drew Brees would be the MVP if it weren’t for Aaron Rodgers.

-The Saints had 366 more offensive yards than the Vikings. Ouch.

Redskins 23, Giants 10

-I really think the Redskins are a quarterback away from being a playoff caliber team.

-Hakeem Nicks’ drop in the first quarter completely changed momentum in the game.

Panthers 28, Texans 13

-Honeymoon with TJ Yates is over for Houston.

-Steve Smith has over 10,000 yards receiving in his career. A few more years with Cam might push him to Hall of Fame status.

Lions 28, Raiders 27

-I honestly thought the Lions were done, but what a 98 yard drive to come back.

-Calvin Johnson is a monster.

Patriots 41, Broncos 23

-The Patriots clinched their 9th AFC East title in 11 years.

-Broncos still control their own destiny for the AFC West title.

Eagles 45, Jets 19

-Jason Babin has six sacks in his last two games.  While I have questions about his run defense, he’s a beast rushing the passer.

-LeSean McCoy is one of the few bright spots in an up and down season.

Cardinals 20, Browns 17 OT

-John Skleton is 5-1 as a starter. Kevin Kolb is no stranger to a QB controversy.

-Glad to see Peyton Hillis finally contribute to my fantasy team.  Could have used that about 7 weeks ago.

Chargers 34, Ravens 14

– Chargers need some help, but are a team that no one wants to play right now.

-Whenever I see Ray Rice with less than 20 carries, I have to wonder what John Harbaugh is thinking.

49ers 20, Steelers 3

-That 49ers defense is Super Bowl caliber.

-Alex Smith needs to turn those field goals in the red zone to touchdowns if the Niners want to win the Super Bowl.

 

 

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