Sep 202012
 
We'll be seeing this a lot this week, except the Redskin will be an Eagle.

We’ll be seeing this a lot this week, except the Redskin will be an Eagle.

Went 11-4 last week, Missing on Oakland, New Orleans, Baltimore and just like the rest of the world, New England. This week, I’m picking in time for the Thursday game!

NY Giants at Carolina (Without Hakeem Nicks the Giants lose this one. Whoever doesn’t get covered by Corey Webster puts up big numbers.)

St. Louis at Chicago (Good Jay Cutler shows up this week.)

Tampa Bay at Dallas (The Bucs win but Greg Schiano causes a controversy when he hits Jason Garrett in the knee with a tire iron during the handshake, because the Bucs never quit, even when time has run out.)

Jacksonville at Indianapolis (The Jaguar disaster tour continues with another loss. Two words: Guy Whimper. Should be the Jaguar’s mascot.)

Buffalo at Cleveland (C.J. Spiller breaks the single game rushing record with 500 yards. Cleveland decides to cancel the rest of the season.)

NY Jets at Miami (Jets pummel Tannehill and win, despite the linebackers totaling 23 missed tackles on Reggie Bush.)

Kansas City at New Orleans (New Orleans finally runs into someone they can beat. This basically works for any team that is playing a team coached by Romeo Crennell.)

Cincinnati at Washington (RGIII wins in a shootout, is anointed as the second coming of Christ as he torches a terrible defense.)

San Francisco at Minnesota (The most dominating defense in football dominates again. The talent SF has on defense at each position is frightening.)

Detroit at Tennessee (Jim Schwartz gets a win against the team he used to coach for. Jake Locker completes 5% of his passes, slightly above his average.)

Atlanta at Chargers (The Chargers revert to their Norv Turner ways.)

Philadelphia at Arizona (Kolb gets Kolberred* and Arizona’s underrated D is not enough to win it.) *See what I did there?

Pittsburgh at Oakland (Oakland is actually worse than Cleveland. You heard it first, here, on the Foosball Wizard.)

Houston at Denver (Denver is tough at home, but Houston is really good. They’re still underrated.)

New England at Baltimore (Can Baltimore do it without Suggs? I think they can since Hernandez is out.)

Green Bay at Seattle (Green Bay pulls off the difficult trick of beating Seattle in Seattle.)

 
Can you trust this man to throw a football?

Can you trust this man to throw a football?

THE GOOD:

Stephen Hill: 5 catches, 89 yards, 2 TDs. He didn’t look NFL ready in the preseason, but he looked great in his regular season debut. Despite his rare combination of size and speed, Hill fell out of the first round because he was in an unorthodox run heavy college offense. It’s the same offense Calvin Johnson played in during college.

Mark Sanchez: He really looked like a different QB out there today, but Sparano’s offense is much more Sanchez friendly. A run heavy offense that plays to Sanchez’s strength (play action passing) and results in easy to digest single high safety looks are perfect for him. The Bills’ secondary was so dreadful I feel like we still have to wait and see with Sanchez, but he’s looking good so far.

C.J. Spiller: The lone bright spot for the Bills. Fred Jackson is injured again and it may be Spiller’s time to shine. He showed his great ability to pick up yards after the catch today, and he runs really well in space – something the Bills’ spread offense creates.

THE BAD:

Ryan Fitzpatrick: This looked like the Ryan Fitzpatrick that struggled mightily down the stretch last year. The Bills placed the blame on injury, but Fitzpatrick isn’t injured now.

Mario Williams: He was double teamed and chipped by the Jets today, but he was invisible. That’s a lot of money to pay a guy who is invisible. He should be having an effect even when double teamed, especially when one of the double teamers is a guy who is making his second career start at tackle.

The Bills Secondary: They were absolutely shredded today by a Jets WR corps that consists of rookies, retreads and unknowns behind Santonio Holmes. Jairus Byrd even looked awful. The Jets receivers may be a little better than expected, but the Bills should not be getting shredded by these guys.

THE TEBOW

The bulked up Tebow looked slow and was ineffective when he played. The Jets put him in for his first goal line attempt in the second half, and they were called for delay of game. If this keeps up we won’t be seeing a lot of “wildcat” when the Jets offense is on the field.

 

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