I'm going with the New York teams this week in some minor upsets.
Buffalo over New England. I love to see Brady and Belicheat lose. At Buffalo, a 4-point dog. If ever the Bills are to make a move on the Patriots, this is it. The Bills would go 2 games up over the Patriots with a win.
New York Jets over San Francisco. At the Jets, also a 4-point dog. 49ers didn't go back to Frisco after last week's surprising loss to the Vikings. They stayed in Ohio and practiced at Youngstown State. No doubt they are going to be fired up. I think Sanchez needs to have a big game, or you know what.
New York Giants over Philadelphia. At Philly, the Giants are a 1-point dog the last I saw. The Eagles have two 1-point wins and a bad loss. I'm not impressed. I am impressed with Eli lately, more than ever.
Anybody else have any revelations on Week 4?
my day was beyond pathetic. Even my fantasy teams.
Me too, lost both fantasy games. Sniffle, sniffle. At least the Steelers didn't lose.
The Bills really ticked me off. Could have been leading 21-7 at the half over the Patriots if Spiller hadn't fumbled at the goal line. And then I had Tynes as my kicker on one team and he misses his first FG of the year there at the end. Yeow, that kick looked good, right down the middle, but a little short. Eagles have been real lucky.
Steelers. .lol didnt they have a buh bye week! Ha
I just read that the Jets have signed Aaron Berry for 2 years. I am sick to my stomach on this one as it reeks of pure desperation mode.
No Santonio to add to the injury of Keller and lets not even talk about Revis. Tho at least the defense showed up.
Blech. . and now I am just cracking up on twitter watching all the fans play the blame game!
Yeah, the Steelers had a bye week. But this Sunday I know you'll be rooting for them to pound the Eagles.
Aaron Berry is a screwball. He played for Pitt. He never impressed me all that much. He couldn't even play until this coming week because he was suspended. Good luck with that one, Rex.
Week 4 ends on a fitting note. Tony Romo goes for 5 interceptions including 2 pick 6's.
On to Week 5, which will start before you know it with the undefeated Cardinals at the Rams on Thursday night.
Good news for wavegirl22: The Jets are tied for first in the NFL East.
Bad news for wavegirl22: The Jets play Houston this week.
by Jack Hazen 5 years ago
Here we go again.Seattle at San Francisco tonight to start us off. 49ers coming off a real bad hair day and 26-3 humiliation at home to the Giants. Seahawks gave Tom Brady a real bad hair day and squeaked out a 1-point win against the Patriots.49ers favored by 7 1/2. That sounds high to me. I'm...
by Jack Hazen 5 years ago
Indianapolis at Jacksonville about to start.The story line here is shaved heads. Tune in to the NFL Network for the inspirational story.
by Shari 5 years ago
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by Shari 5 years ago
Im letting BLACKANDGOLDJACK take a break this week by opening the thread for the NFL games for Week 11. He is kind enough to take the task on week in week out so this week I will let his fingers take a break!Week 11 starts out with the the AFC East - Dolphins at the Bills in cold Buffalo. The fins...
by LakeShow T 8 years ago
Being that my game already happened on Thursday between the Vikings and Saints, the remaining game that I am most looking forward to is the Monday night game:Baltimore Ravensvs.New York JetsBoth teams were amongst the most active in the NFL off season. In fact, I would say these are the two teams...
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
Just watched the 49ers go down to the Vikings. The Vikings played super well. Watching the Jets and Miami on gamecast now....Keep hoping that if Sanchez plays bad enough we'll get to see Tebow:)
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