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2012-10-16 12:46:48 PM
The saddest part about being a Chiefs fan is, we can't even hope this suffering will lead to Matt Barkley in April.
 
2012-10-16 12:50:54 PM
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THE RED ROCKET IS COMING FOR YOU
 
2012-10-16 12:51:25 PM
I'll repeat what I said yesterday.

The Bears defense has given up 6 touchdowns this season.
The Bears defense has scored 5 touchdowns this season.
The last time the Bears played the Lions, Chicago had 4 picks and ran back two of them.

A MNF game after a bye week isn't ideal, but I'm optimistic about their chances this week. Being ranked #6 seems about right.
 
2012-10-16 12:57:50 PM
As a Seahawks fan - The Seahawks are too damn high.

Seahawks D - #2 or 3
Seahawks O - #25ish
Power Rank in My Book - #13-14
 
2012-10-16 01:01:37 PM
but Houston still has the AFC South in hand. (Clayton)

I like the Texans well enough, but that's really not saying much. The AFC South is the new NFC West.
 
2012-10-16 01:02:43 PM
Texan fan. Really expected them to drop to 4th or 5th after that fiasco. Hopefully they can rebound against the Ravens but then again...
 
2012-10-16 01:05:58 PM

seumasokelly: As a Seahawks fan - The Seahawks are too damn high.

Seahawks D - #2 or 3
Seahawks O - #25ish
Power Rank in My Book - #13-14


Ain't nothin wrong with winning with a comically inept offense and a scarily effective defense. Seahawks are top 10 until proven otherwise.
 
2012-10-16 01:08:34 PM

The Italian Farker: Texan fan. Really expected them to drop to 4th or 5th after that fiasco. Hopefully they can rebound against the Ravens but then again...


They needed to lose. I love the Texans, but they are not a perfect team. They needed to be shown where to improve, and Rodgers did an excellent job of showing them that. The Ravens losing Ray Lewis will hurt, a lot. Plus the Texans are pissed they were torn up in their own stadium.

It'll be a brutal game, but I see the Texans pulling through
 
2012-10-16 01:23:33 PM

Jubeebee: seumasokelly: As a Seahawks fan - The Seahawks are too damn high.

Seahawks D - #2 or 3
Seahawks O - #25ish
Power Rank in My Book - #13-14

Ain't nothin wrong with winning with a comically inept offense and a scarily effective defense. Seahawks are top 10 until proven otherwise.


I wouldn't say that the offense is comical or inept, just limited and uninspired. Frankly, 293 passing yards might be the most we see this season. The coaching staff saw an exploitable weakness in NE and played to it, but I doubt we'll see too much more airing it out this season.
 
2012-10-16 01:25:24 PM
Graziano might need his vote revoked if he's putting these teams ahead of Seattle:

Denver
Philadelphia
Washington
Detroit
Pittsburgh
Dallas (STILL!)

Homie has the NFC East at 2 (NY), 10 (Phi), 12 (Was), 13 (Dal). What a f*cking tool. I don't mind NE or GB being ahead of us (won by less than 3 at home against 'em) or Arizona still being ahead of us (they did beat us)...but those teams? Eat dicks in hell. You have three 2-3 teams ahead of a 4-2 team. One of those 2-3 teams lost to the 4-2 team by 20 points, and it wasn't even that close.
 
2012-10-16 01:26:57 PM

seumasokelly: Frankly, 293 passing yards might be the most we see this season. The coaching staff saw an exploitable weakness in NE and played to it, but I doubt we'll see too much more airing it out this season.


And that's fine. Have you seen the rest of the league? You can say the Seahawks haven't been more than mediocre on offense, but most of the league is bad at something.

/BTW, the NFC West now has four of the top 5 scoring defenses in the NFL
//Damn Bears are the team ahead of all of us
 
2012-10-16 01:31:14 PM
I would have thought the Giants would have fallen more after getting clobbered in that big revenge game the Niners circled when the schedule came out.
 
2012-10-16 01:31:35 PM
I expected the Cowboys to drop a spot or two after that loss, but wow, five spots? If we'd lost to say, Cleveland or the Chefs, I could see it, but Baltimore? PLUS, we damn near won the thing! Five spots seems pretty harsh....
 
2012-10-16 01:36:58 PM
6-8. It reeks of failure worse than the Cleveland Browns' locker room. It marks a less inspired effort than any of Blaine Gabbert's professional games. It's still better than the Chiefs, but not by much.

I said going into this week that there were some tough matchups to pick, but not even I expected the Texans to shiat the bed at home, the Giants to dominate the 49ers in San Francisco, the Eagles' turnovers to finally catch up with them against Detroit, or most of all, the Titans to look like a real-live football team against Pittsburgh. But, much like Rocky Balboa...you know what, maybe a Philadelphia icon isn't the best way to symbolize my resolve to improve. What I need is an Atlanta hero, someone who threw off 45 years of suck to suddenly become the undisputed top dog. Let's see, famous Atlantans...Jeff Foxworthy? Tyler Perry? Ted Turner? S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-A? Ryan Farking Seacrest?!?

How about I just promise to do better next week? Original picks in bold, most of them with strikes through them:

Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans:
Well, Pittsburgh fans...start praying for the return of the NHL. Okay, yes...I realize there's still a rivalry here from the days before realignment, and I realize the Titans were pumped at home and maybe Matt Hasselbeck is a better quarterback right now than Jake Locker (the numbers don't show it, but maybe). None of that changes the fact that the Steelers:
1) Scored the fewest points of any team vs. the Titans this season.
2) Became just the second team to allow more than 14 points to the Titans.
3) Allowed Chris Johnson to hit his second-highest rushing total in his past 10 games.
4) Suck.
0-1


Oakland Raiders at Atlanta Falcons:
Okay, so after I ragged on the Raiders' secondary (they earned it this time) for the past two weeks, they go out and score their first 3 interceptions of the season, all in the first half, and manage to keep this one competitive right down to the final seconds. The Falcons run defense, which I similarly bemoaned, held DMC to only 70 yards on 27 carries. So basically, I got everything wrong except for the outcome...which luckily enough is all that counts here. 1-1

Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens:
I think this one will be close throughout, but the Ravens escape with the win.
"Escape" they did, and all it took was a dropped pass on a 2-point conversion which would have tied it with 36 seconds remaining, then some butchered clock management followed by a missed field goal after they allowed Dallas to recover the onside kick. Oh, and as an added bonus Baltimore loses two of its best defensive players for the remainder of the season. Wins like this will drive a Harv (and a Harbaugh) to drink (more). 2-1

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns:
As badly as things sucked overall this week, at least I nailed my big upset prediction. Cleveland snapped an 11-game losing streak behind a brilliant 4-turnover performance by Bengals' QB Andy Dalton and came this close to actually nailing down their first 100-yard receiving performance since Greg Little did it in week 15 last year. Cincinnati, who possess a brutal schedule over the last 9 weeks of the season, are officially in trouble now. 3-1


St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins:
So the Rams, who had only allowed 2 passing TDs this season, gave up two more to Ryan Tannehill, who had only thrown 2 TDs over the first 5 weeks, and Greg "The Leg" Zuerlein missed 3 straight field goals (to be fair, the third was from 66 yards out) en route to a 3-point loss in Miami. As a result, somehow the Dolphins are now tied for first in the AFC East. 3-2

Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets:
Mark Sanchez goes 11 of 18 for 82 yards (2 TDs) and the Jets win, 35-9, behind a monster running game. I think Rex Ryan just figured out how this team should work...unfortunately, other opponents may not be so cooperative in coughing up turnovers and failing to score, so we'll see how long it lasts. Like every other team in their division, the Jets are now tied for first. 4-2


Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles:
Detroit came into this one as the only team (other than Oakland) without an interception...but so mighty are the Ways of the Vick that even the Lions managed two picks against him. All told, Philadelphia managed to turn the ball over three times, marking the fifth time in six tries they've accomplished that feat this season. Despite that, it took a last-second field goal & then some bonus football for the Eagles to lose. 4-3


Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
In the original post, I said, "it's hard to picture Brady Quinn playing any worse than Matt Cassel has of late." Not anymore, it isn't. The Chiefs are an anachronism: possessing the best running back in the game (this season, anyway) and yet somehow finding a way to be dominated almost every time they take the field (Sunday marked their 4th loss this year by 16 or more points). Despite boasting an NFL-worst -15 turnover margin (the next-worst team is at -9), KC has the third-best average time of possession. At any rate, Tampa Bay wins behind Josh Freeman's best start since 2010. 5-3


Buffalo Bills at Arizona Cardinals:
My question has been answered: Arizona's (lack of) offense trumped Buffalo's (lack of) defense, and 64 minutes & 35 total points later, the Bills emerged victorious. The Cardinals merry-go-round at quarterback settled back on the previously injured previous starter John Skelton after the now previous starter (again) Kevin Kolb was injured (again). Really, the only thing I got out of this one (besides a loss) was that I really need to watch a Bills game so I can see what the deal with C.J. Spiller is--statistically he's awesome. 5-4

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks:
I was right about this being a tough one to call, and I was also right about the Patriots being able to break 20. Unfortunately, I was wrong about that being enough; Seattle wins another huge game at home, this time behind the best outing of Russell Wilson's young career. For those keeping score at home, this marks Seattle's second victory this season against a team which won at least 13 last year. And, lucky for them, they draw yet another of those next week when they travel to San Francisco. 5-5

New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers:
Did someone mention San Francisco? After crushing their last two opponents by a combined score of 79-3, the Niners were in turn crushed by a 26-3 final against the Giants. New York out-Harbaughed the 49ers, winning the turnover battle by a 3-0 margin and out-rushing San Fran 149-80...all while Eli Manning calmly stood by and flicked his wrist for 193 yards & a TD out of sheer boredom. The only worry about the G-men right now is the possibility that they've started their traditional late-season surge too early. 5-6

Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins:
Remember when the whole world thought the Redskins got fleeced in that trade to draft Robert Griffin III? Up by 5 points with less than 3 minutes left to play, Griffin drops back on 3rd & 6, sees the hole, and proceeds to sprint 76 yards to the game-sealing touchdown, his third score of the day (second on the ground). Plus, when you tack that on to the 62 other rushing yards he gained in the game, Griffin became the first runner to gain even 80 yards against the Vikings this season, let alone 100. Meanwhile, Washington has improved from 26th in scoring last season (18/game) to a tie for 3rd so far this year (29.7). And I fall to 5-7.

Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans:
Don't make Aaron Rodgers angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry. All that the much-maligned reigning league MVP did last Sunday night was throw for 6 touchdowns against a Houston defense which had only allowed 6 combined touchdowns over their first 5 games, while the even-more-maligned Packers' secondary held Matt Schaub & T.J. Yates to a combined 255 passing yards with 0 TDs & 3 INTs. At least for that game, Green Bay looked like the dominant force they were last season. 5-8


Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers:
If you didn't read my analysis on Philip Rivers' performances this season during games against good defenses vs. games against bad ones, you might want to go back & do so because this game pretty much fit that pattern to a tee. After 3 first-half turnovers gave the Chargers 17 of their 24-point halftime lead, Rivers came back with a vengeance in the second half, turning the ball over five times all by himself while almost single handedly giving the game back to the Broncos (seriously: when was the last time you remember a quarterback giving up a pick-6 and a fumble-6 in the same half?). In other news, Peyton Manning is still good at footballing. 6-8
 
2012-10-16 01:53:00 PM

Harv72b: Remember when the whole world thought the Redskins got fleeced in that trade to draft Robert Griffin III?


No.
 
2012-10-16 02:00:54 PM

kronicfeld: Harv72b: Remember when the whole world thought the Redskins got fleeced in that trade to draft Robert Griffin III?

No.


i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-16 02:03:06 PM

IAmRight: seumasokelly: Frankly, 293 passing yards might be the most we see this season. The coaching staff saw an exploitable weakness in NE and played to it, but I doubt we'll see too much more airing it out this season.

And that's fine. Have you seen the rest of the league? You can say the Seahawks haven't been more than mediocre on offense, but most of the league is bad at something.

/BTW, the NFC West now has four of the top 5 scoring defenses in the NFL
//Damn Bears are the team ahead of all of us


You make a point. Maybe I'm just so used to having to hang my hat on being a Top 30 team that the success frightens me.
 
2012-10-16 02:17:29 PM

IAmRight: Graziano might need his vote revoked if he's putting these teams ahead of Seattle:

Denver
Philadelphia
Washington
Detroit
Pittsburgh
Dallas (STILL!)

Homie has the NFC East at 2 (NY), 10 (Phi), 12 (Was), 13 (Dal). What a f*cking tool. I don't mind NE or GB being ahead of us (won by less than 3 at home against 'em) or Arizona still being ahead of us (they did beat us)...but those teams? Eat dicks in hell. You have three 2-3 teams ahead of a 4-2 team. One of those 2-3 teams lost to the 4-2 team by 20 points, and it wasn't even that close.


They're ranked in the top ten. Stop biatching.
 
2012-10-16 02:17:57 PM
Nods in satisfaction at the Giants #3 ranking.

/RGIII...you're next!
 
2012-10-16 02:19:16 PM
Their victory in San Francisco was the best game any team in the league has played against any other all season. (Graziano)

Someone is conveniently forgetting every loss the Buffalo Bills have had so far this season.
 
2012-10-16 02:19:19 PM
Finally the Chiefs getting the recognition they deserve.

/I hear Geno Smith does curls with Volkswagen Beetles
 
2012-10-16 02:19:34 PM

Jubeebee: seumasokelly: As a Seahawks fan - The Seahawks are too damn high.

Seahawks D - #2 or 3
Seahawks O - #25ish
Power Rank in My Book - #13-14

Ain't nothin wrong with winning with a comically inept offense and a scarily effective defense. Seahawks are top 10 until proven otherwise.


Welp...we'll find out this Thursday v. the 49ers.
 
2012-10-16 02:20:19 PM

Jubeebee: I'll repeat what I said yesterday.

The Bears defense has given up 6 touchdowns this season.
The Bears defense has scored 5 touchdowns this season.
The last time the Bears played the Lions, Chicago had 4 picks and ran back two of them.

A MNF game after a bye week isn't ideal, but I'm optimistic about their chances this week. Being ranked #6 seems about right.


On Mondays, Gilbert Brown is on a local sports radio show. He was asked a question something like, "Hey Gilbert, what do you think of the Bears and that defense." To which he responded, "Jay Cutler."

As a Packers fan, I clearly laughed, but ya, that D is something to behold.
 
2012-10-16 02:23:17 PM

JerseyTim: I would have thought the Giants would have fallen more after getting clobbered in that big revenge game the Niners circled when the schedule came out.


Sees what you did there and flashes a trollgrin.
 
2012-10-16 02:23:34 PM

IAmRight: Graziano might need his vote revoked if he's putting these teams ahead of Seattle:
***snip***


While you are biatching about Graziano, you can blame him for my headline too.
 
2012-10-16 02:23:37 PM

seumasokelly: As a Seahawks fan - The Seahawks are too damn high.

Seahawks D - #2 or 3
Seahawks O - #25ish
Power Rank in My Book - #13-14



Did you listen to KJR this morning? They played Sunday's radio broadcast from the Boston crew, and it was hilarious.
 
2012-10-16 02:24:09 PM

Di Atribe: They're ranked in the top ten. Stop biatching.


We're ranked in the top 10 to rational people. To Graziano, we're not even in the top 10 in the NFC (Atlanta, NYG, SF, GB, Chicago, Philly, Arizona, Washington, Dallas, Detroit ahead of us). There's a reason his opinions create every single one of the "biggest gaps" and that's apparently because he doesn't watch any of the games.
 
2012-10-16 02:24:33 PM
The Jake should be entertaining.
 
2012-10-16 02:25:48 PM

Di Atribe: I expected the Cowboys to drop a spot or two after that loss, but wow, five spots? If we'd lost to say, Cleveland or the Chefs, I could see it, but Baltimore? PLUS, we damn near won the thing! Five spots seems pretty harsh....



What's up, cutie? Are you ready to become a Seahawks fan yet?
 
2012-10-16 02:26:30 PM

davidphogan: The Jake should be entertaining.


I nominate Andy Dalton.

* Three interceptions
* One fumble
* Lost
* Lost to the Browns
* Not his birthday, but it was Brandon Weeden's birthday
 
2012-10-16 02:27:09 PM

davidphogan: The Jake should be entertaining.



Hate the Jake.
 
2012-10-16 02:27:09 PM

Rwa2play: Nods in satisfaction at the Giants #3 ranking.

/RGIII...you're next!


It's a Blue, Blue, Blue World
 
2012-10-16 02:27:12 PM
i237.photobucket.com

Yes, even at #32.

Pioli is going to be on Petro's show (810 am in KC, streams online too) tomorrow. Should be interesting.
 
2012-10-16 02:27:15 PM
8 of the bottom 10 in the AFC. Damn. And when I look over that bottom 10, which two teams jump out as the best candidates to rise out of there? The two NFC teams, New Orleans and Carolina. This might be the most extreme power imbalance between conferences/leagues in any sport I've ever followed (more extreme than the NBA, where 5-10 years ago all the eastern teams were an absolute joke).
 
2012-10-16 02:27:17 PM

The_Sponge: Di Atribe: I expected the Cowboys to drop a spot or two after that loss, but wow, five spots? If we'd lost to say, Cleveland or the Chefs, I could see it, but Baltimore? PLUS, we damn near won the thing! Five spots seems pretty harsh....


What's up, cutie? Are you ready to become a Seahawks fan yet?


I'm afraid I've got far too much class to let that happen

i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-16 02:28:10 PM

roc6783: Jubeebee: I'll repeat what I said yesterday.

The Bears defense has given up 6 touchdowns this season.
The Bears defense has scored 5 touchdowns this season.
The last time the Bears played the Lions, Chicago had 4 picks and ran back two of them.

A MNF game after a bye week isn't ideal, but I'm optimistic about their chances this week. Being ranked #6 seems about right.

On Mondays, Gilbert Brown is on a local sports radio show. He was asked a question something like, "Hey Gilbert, what do you think of the Bears and that defense." To which he responded, "Jay Cutler."

As a Packers fan, I clearly laughed, but ya, that D is something to behold.


As a Bears fan, I'll take other fans laughing at Jay Cutler any day over having to laugh at my own team when the likes of Grossman, Chandler, Stewart, Griese, Krenzel, Matthews, Collins are suiting up for you on Sunday... I know Cutler is easy to mock/dislike but at least I can value the offensive possessions higher than a commercial break nowadays. And the picks he throws are always high on entertainment value at least.

Honestly I've been most surprised at our secondary. I've always been a Tillman fan (chose his jersey over 54 or 55 back in 2006 or so) but Jennings has been a very nice surprise so far. Likewise with Melton (obviously not secondary), he could be another Bears D name that gets pretty familiar to Chicagoans in the next few years.

/Always sort of liked Jim Miller, enjoy him CSN postgame nowadays too
 
2012-10-16 02:28:16 PM
I'm waiting on pins and needles for The Jake this week.
 
2012-10-16 02:28:25 PM

CavalierEternal: I nominate Andy Dalton.


Yeah, there's no one beating Rivers.
 
2012-10-16 02:28:34 PM

Di Atribe: I'm afraid I've got far too much class to let that happen



Ha! That pic made me LOL.

/But a Cowboys fan is in no position to talk about class.
 
2012-10-16 02:28:53 PM
No word to my knowledge on Kolb's injury but that looked like a snapped collarbone. Skelton appears to be the man for the next 10 games.

@ MIN -- uh oh!
SFO -- oh snap!
@ Pack -- ehhh........ehh........
BYE
@ ATL -- GAAAAAAH
Rams -- ehhh.
@ NYJ -- not terribly concerned
@ SEA -- always a tough game and place to play.
DET -- not teriibly concnered
CHI -- should be interesting
@ SFO -- oh snap part II 


I say 12 wins would be insanely optimistic, 10 wins a blessing, but 8-8 not outside the realm of possibility. can't say i'm feeling the love playoffs wise.

annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd we'll once again most likely be in the mix for a QB next year. Spesh if Kolb misses the bulk of this season due to injury and if Skelton doesn't progress.

yer doin' a great jearb, Whisenhunty.
 
2012-10-16 02:28:58 PM

IAmRight: Graziano might need his vote revoked if he's putting these teams ahead of Seattle:

Denver
Philadelphia
Washington
Detroit
Pittsburgh
Dallas (STILL!)

Homie has the NFC East at 2 (NY), 10 (Phi), 12 (Was), 13 (Dal). What a f*cking tool. I don't mind NE or GB being ahead of us (won by less than 3 at home against 'em) or Arizona still being ahead of us (they did beat us)...but those teams? Eat dicks in hell. You have three 2-3 teams ahead of a 4-2 team. One of those 2-3 teams lost to the 4-2 team by 20 points, and it wasn't even that close.


Do YOU have a Qb that ran a 4.03 40-yard dash in full pads, under game conditions, while looking behind him and high-stepping the last 10 yards?

No?

Then you stay behind the 'skins
 
2012-10-16 02:29:05 PM

Rwa2play: Nods in satisfaction at the Giants #3 ranking.

/RGIII...you're next!


His name is Bob though. Osi should've told you

/that gave me a heehee
 
2012-10-16 02:29:49 PM

Electromax: Jennings has been a very nice surprise so far.


Goddamn Jennings being the only DB in the NFL with as many passes broken up (and one more INT) than Richard Sherman.

/but he doesn't troll Tom Brady like Sherman does
 
2012-10-16 02:30:27 PM

Electromax: As a Bears fan, I'll take other fans laughing at Jay Cutler



Speaking of laughing at Jay Cutler, check out this GIS:

Jay Cutler Smoking
 
2012-10-16 02:30:40 PM

CavalierEternal: davidphogan: The Jake should be entertaining.

I nominate Andy Dalton.

* Three interceptions
* One fumble
* Lost
* Lost to the Browns
* Not his birthday, but it was Brandon Weeden's birthday


You don't choose the Jake. The Jake chooses you. And this week, the Jake chose Philip Rivers with a rainbow-pissing spectacularity heretofore unseen since 2009.
 
2012-10-16 02:31:33 PM

The_Sponge: Di Atribe: I'm afraid I've got far too much class to let that happen


Ha! That pic made me LOL.

/But a Cowboys fan is in no position to talk about class.


So you're saying I'm classless?
 
2012-10-16 02:32:58 PM

Di Atribe: So you're saying I'm classless?



You like school on Sunday!

the kids aren't there because they are at home with their families observing the Sabbath.

OH SNAP!
 
2012-10-16 02:34:14 PM
I keep telling myself, the packers have the rams next week. How can we lose? They are the rams! And they don't even have their best receiver!

We lost to indy. anything can happen, but I want a winning record next week rodgers...
 
2012-10-16 02:34:45 PM

The_Sponge: Electromax: As a Bears fan, I'll take other fans laughing at Jay Cutler


Speaking of laughing at Jay Cutler, check out this GIS:

Jay Cutler Smoking


Jay holding the cat was funny before someone added a cigarette. Now it is glorious.
 
2012-10-16 02:35:38 PM

The_Sponge: Electromax: As a Bears fan, I'll take other fans laughing at Jay Cutler


Speaking of laughing at Jay Cutler, check out this GIS:

Jay Cutler Smoking


I just found a new favorite source of pics to spam at people when Cutler does something awesome.
 
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