It is clear that Brett Favre and the Jets are not clicking as the QB legend has thrown a league high 11 interceptions. On the road two weeks ago they lost to the lowly Raiders, and last week were lucky to beat the hideous Chiefs at home. Facing the Bills, who are coming off a bad loss on the road, is an almost impossible situation.
L is for the way the lose every week, I is for the team incompetence, O for the championships since 57, N is for a team that has no hope, S is for the way they really do suck. That is how to spell Lions and this week spells another loss for this pathetic bunch.
Bengals WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh has guaranteed the Bengals will win more then two games this year. You know what they say aim high. Meanwhile Chad Ocho Cinco is wondering why nobody is interested in what he has to say, as Coach Marvin Lewis is preparing his resume. In other words just a normal week for the winless Bengals, at least nobody was arrested.
Event though this is year ten for the new Browns, and the Ravens have forged their own identity, while the new Browns have kept the old Browns legacy, you just know when the Ravens come to town those old Brown fans circle the calendar. Look for the Browns who have played well lately to get the split with the Ravens and get back to .500
Is it possible to score negative points? That is the question this week for the Chefs who are cooking up powder puffs every week. Even Arrowhead Stadium has become a cake walk for the opponent as the Chiefs might not win another game this year. Look for the Bucs to win easy.
After losing their first four games, the Texans have won three straight and have a chance to get to .500 with a win. The Vikings have also struggled early in the season and can reach .500 with a win. With the game in Minnesota look for the Vikings to get back to the break even record, led by Adrian Peterson, who is due for a big game.
In 1975 the Cardinals called St. Louis home, as they won their second straight division championship. Now in Arizona the Cardinals have a chance to take a three game lead in the NFC West with a win. So far the Cards have struggled on the road, but have excelled at home. That will change this week as they make themselves at home in St. Louis.
Coming off a huge win on Monday Night against the Colts, the Titans are due for a let down. There is no way this team is going to make a run at the 1972 Dolphins, Kerry Collins has never been that good of QB, and he is due for a stink bomb and for the Titans that will come this week as they are stunned at home by the Packers.
The Broncos may be leading the AFC West, but they are not as good as their record suggests, as one win was handed to them by Referee Ed Hochuli. However, they are coming off a bye week, and no coach is better at preparing a team then Mike Shanahan. Look for the Broncos to bounce back off a bad loss two weeks ago by winning at home.
Last year in the regular season the Cowboys dominated the Giants winning twice, only to be stunned in the playoffs. Now with the division on the line, the Giants can take a firm grip of the driver’s seat in the NFC East by beating the Cowboys again. Look for them to do it easily as back up QB Brad Johnson will be a sitting duck for big blue.
Often for a young team the first trip west is a hard one, and that could apply for Falcons QB Matt Ryan. However, the opponent is the Raiders and that means a win for the Falcons. Look for a strong game from Ryan, as the Raiders continue to drift aimless in the Bay of NFL woe.
Last week the Seahawks got their second win of the season as Seneca Wallace looked like a NFL QB. However, that was against the pitiful 49ers. This week even at home with the 12th man they won’t be as lucky. Look for the Eagles fly into to Seattle and soar to an easy victory.
Coming off two straight losses, the Colts are facing a must win with a record of 3-4, and who is on the other side of the field? The New England Patriots. However, there is no Tom Brady, and the Patriots are ripe for the pickens. Look for a strong game from Peyton Manning as the Colts get back on track and expose the flaws in the Patriots.
Coming off a hard fought loss to the Giants, the Steelers find themselves in another tough game against a NFC East powerhouse. Look for the Steelers to bounce back and get a win in Washington as the Steelers defense will prove too strong for Jason Campbell, who despite a solid start is still vulnerable against teams with strong defenses.