Monday, November 03, 2008

Monday Morning Quick Hitters

The New England Patriots blew opportunity after opportunity to take over the game in Indy, finally losing to The Colts 15 - 18.

The Jets D clamps down on Buffalo, slamming the Bills 26 - 17 to create a log jam at the top of the AFC East.

Sexy Rexy comes to the rescue, as the Bears top the Lions 23 -27

Cincinnati gets their 1st win of the season, beating the Jaguars 21 - 19.

Baltimore comes to play on the offensive side of the ball, Flacco throws 2 TDs and the Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns 37 - 27.

The Titans dodge a couple of bullets yesterday, including a late missed field goal, finally hit a field goal in OT to beat Green Bay 19 - 16.

The Tampa Bay Bucs overcome 4 turnovers, storm back in the 4th quarter, get lucky on their own false start penalty and finally beat the Kansas City Chiefs in OT 30 - 27.

Kurt Warner looked like the Warner of old, making the St Louis Rams look like the Linehan Rams, beating the Rams 34 - 13.

The Minnesota Vikings use a few big plays to out shoot the Houston Texans 28 - 21.

Miami picks off Jay Cutler 3 times as the Miami Dolphins beat the Denver Broncos 26 - 17

Matt Ryan is a NFL QB after all. The Falcons seem to have life after the disaster of the last 3 seasons as they move to 5 - 3 with a 24 - 0 drubbing of the Oakland Raiders.

The Dallas Cowboys are D-O-N-E...Done division rival New York Giants slam the Boys 35 - 14.

Other than the 1st play of the game from the Seattle Seahawks (a 90 Yrd TD pass from Seneca Wallace to Koran Robinson) The Seahawks played POORLY. Donovan McNabb throws for 350 yrds and 2 TD as the Eagles stomp the Seahawks 26 - 7.

Texas' loss puts yet another kink in the BCS.

Here are the BCS Standings
1 - Alabama 6 - Oklahoma
2 - Texas Tech 7 - USC
3 - Penn State 8 - Utah
4 - Texas 9 - Oklahoma State
5 - Florida 10 - Boise State

The Oklahoma City Thunder (still the worst team name in the NBA...and that's saying something) earn the 1st win in team history.

Knicks team President Donnie Walsh to meet with D'Antoni and Stephon Marbury



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