Which game in the NFL yesterday was the most surprising to you?
For me the most surprising game was Houston beating Indianapolis.
Seattle whipping the San Francisco 49'ers. There was no way I would have ever expected that Upset!!! Seattle predicted to be one of the worst teams in the NFL this 2010 season and they dominated the 49'ers.
San Francisco seemed to be a one dimensional team. Shut down Frank Gore and the Niners are inept.
Alex Smith has to be productive at the QB position if the Niners hope to have a good season and win the NFC West.
by slaffery 3 years ago
When NFL players get hurt for the rest of the season do they lose pay or still get compensated?When an NFL player gets hurt during the game and is out for the rest of the season, Do they still get paid?
by Tom T 8 years ago
Seems like a good idea to fill in the week between championship week and Superbowl with the Pro Bowl but does anyone really care about this game? I can't remember the last time I watched it.
by possum lover 5 years ago
At this point in the NFL season which two teams do you think will be in the Super Bowl?
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
2 weeks from today is the Hall of Fame NFL Game!!! WOOHOOO!!!!!The NFL Football season is upon us. I am sooo looking forward to this season. Super Bowl held in Cowboys Stadium...Dallas Cowboys...Oh yeah, you bet I am pulling for them to win it all. And they should!So many players changed teams,...
by Michael Willis 6 years ago
No Peyton Manning. Cam Newton, until today's game anyways, looked like Tom Brady, who...looked Not like Tom Brady today-4 interceptions in one game. A number he had ALL of last season.The Buffalo Bills pulled the rabbit out of a hat today to come from a 21-0 deficit and beat the New England...
by scauthor1969 7 years ago
Do you think the NFL will play a full 16 game season this year?
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