Thank god the real zebras are back tonight in
Baltimore’s game hosting Cleveland tonight. The spray painted
jack-asses proved to be an insufferable embarrassment for the whole nation to
see in the botched call costing Green Bay the win they earned but in Baltimore,
fans also saw a touchdown voided that would have them at 3-0 were it not for
incompetent officiating. The number of calls overturned by replays told the
story of total incompetence. Thus ends a
huge sham in the history of the NFL – not as bad as replacement players – but equally
The Baltimore Ravens will have to put in one heck of a good showing to beat the point spread on tonight’s game having had so little time to turn around from Sunday night’s dramatic showing. The Browns are still a terrible team, but no team can ever be taken for granted.
Could this be the breakthrough season Atlanta QB, Matt Ryan has been looking for?
is the obvious favorite as Cam Newton needs to shake off some signs of the sophomore
Only one Vegas odds maker weighed in on this contest. We should think
Detroit should be the clear
favorite; however, there’s something wobbly about Detroit’s performance so far. They are
subject to a long history of failure which only winning can put in the past.
Norv Turner teams are notorious underachievers and that trait will likely do them in on an away field in this contest.
The 49ers haven’t gotten into top gear yet. Facing a sloppy and injured Jets team should be the right remedy for setting the tone for the rest of the season.
This is the year
should show all they have arrived as one of the AFC’s current top teams. To do
so, they must obliterate weak division rival, Tennessee.
Is this the week the real Peyton Manning shows up?
Who wouldn’t hate to face Green Bay this week after being robbed at the last second for all the nation to see on Monday Night Football. It’s hard to believe in week four there could be a must win game for any team, but for the Cheese Disease, this is.
The RGIII era hasn’t gotten rolling yet in DC.
Tampa’s got the slight
edge this weekend.
NY Giants @
This is a game that will have a direct bearing on the future in January. As a division rivalry game, the Giants, defending champs off to a mediocre start, will not want to see the Eagles put much more distance between them. Still, the Eagles, as sloppy as they can be appear to have the brute strength to win this one.
Every time Dallas wins, and they’ll win this one, the ESPN crew cranks up the band playing love songs to “America’s team” as if they are truly one of the sport’s top teams. What does the Tony Roma era Cowboys have to show for themselves? If they make the playoffs, they never go deep and that’s what can be expected this year.