Wednesday, October 05, 2005

NFL Quarter Preview

1/4th of the season has been complete and there are quite a few surprises thus far. I think most people thought the Bengals would be a decent team but 4-0? How about this, after 4 weeks the Bears leading the NFC North with only 1 win? Your thoughts on the first quarter and grades you give to each team you wish to discuss.

14 Comments:

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Blogger Steve said...

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6:44 AM  
Anonymous JohnnySox said...

There are always major surprises in the NFL, but one that stands out to me is the large number of really poor teams right now, Look at the week 5 matchups, it makes one ready to cancel NFL ticket:
#1 Ravens AT Detroit , look for the old leather helmets in this epic sage as football will be thrown back 40 years, 2 yards and a cloud of dust
This qualifies as the alltime toilet Bowl, worst crapper of 2005
this may be double OT 0-0.
# 2 Clev at Chicago - Ticket sales are brisk as these powerhouse offenses match FG's in a 9-6 shootout................
#3 Tennesse at Houston ... Boys, this should be the Monday nighter, this would match Sunday nite prime time event of SF at Cards,
#4 Bucs at Jets...if you like passing and exciiting plays, well, this aint the game for you !! But if you are a fan of three and outs, this has appeal written all over it!!
#5 Colts at 49ers- Nothing more exciting than old old fashioned blow out, this one has 49-3 written all over it
#6 - Saints at Packers - I wouldnt watch this dog for all the cheese in Wisconsin
#7 Carolna at Az -- ANY game with AZ is an automatic stink-a r-oo ...........
#8 - Miami- Buffalo -- If you like dynamite quarterbacks, this game doen't have enough firepower to blow yer nose............

10:33 AM  
Blogger Wyatt Earp said...

Being from Philly, I think the Eagles are a mirage. They showed spunk by beating K.C. after playing so terribly, but I think that their inconsistency will again be their downfall.

So far, I'd have to give them a B.

7:30 AM  
Blogger CosmicPal said...

A hair fashion site?!? Hey, Jack Fagga- do you really think a bunch of football nutz would be interested in your fashion site, you fuggen flaming tard?

I'm sorry, but these bloggers are becoming a petty nuisance with these blatant ads populating the blogs. Take a gander at my blog, and view the hundreds of comments from tards like Jack Fagga, and you'll understand where I'm coming from.

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THIS HAS GOT TO FUGGEN STOP!

Anyways, back to the topic at hand. My surprise teams thus far are the Broncos and Skins. The Broncos are a surprise, quite frankly 'cause they are playing some darn sound defense and as challenging as the AFC West is, I didn't see them being 3-1 in the first quarter of the season. The Skins are 4-0. Wow.

Another surprise team- the Steelers. Yea, yea, yea- I know they went 15-1 last year hair fashion rapists, but I simply didn't think Big Ben would be good enough to get that offense going considering Duce the Juice Staley and Jerome You Bettis Your Life were both gone- not to mention Plaxico Hey What's the Burris being a Giant now. They are a surprise.

The Bungles are playing well, which was expected, but I honestly didn't see them at 4-0. I'll have to stop calling the The Bungles now, 'cause they certainly aren't bungling anymore.

The Chahhhhhhgers having beat New England IN New England was impressive, as well as Philly beating KC IN KC. Homefield isn't a safe bet anymore.

The Raiders- good gawd- I never was on the bandwagon so many stoner sports-writers were on with them and this Randy Moss lovefest. They are were you should always expect them to be- in the bottow well of football obscurity. Keep it up Al Davis- you looked like you were a corpse on TV the other day, and so does your team.

Now, if you don't mind- I have a huge fascination with hair, and I can't wait to check out the latest fashions in hair. Can't wait to meet you Jack Fagga. You and I are buds, now.

1:19 PM  
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8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well...

Broncos get a B. With the exception of the Miami Meltdown, they have basically been world beaters--stopping the TWO BEST RUSHING attacks in the NFL: San Diego and KC. Defense wins championships after all... I mean, how many quarters did the Ravens go without an offensive touchdown and still win the Superbowl?? And Denver's offense is nowhere near as anemic as that one was.

The Vikes. F. Just depressing. Mike Tice is rapidly losing control of a team that normally doesn't fall apart until late in the season. They look awful.

The Bengals. A. Performing well in all phases of the game. Chad Johnson has joined the elite recievers and Palmer is looking GOOD.

Giants-C.. but gettng better. Eli is maturing ridiculously fast. The kid is going to be a superbowl QB very soon... maybe not this year, but soon.

Packers--D. It's amazing how badly the loss of one wide receiver can tank a team with an all pro quarter back... (right, Minnesota?).

Raiders-- poo. Steaming poo. With poo on top.

Seattle--C. This team runs hot and cold more often than my Ex-girlfriend.

Miami--B. Definitely exceeding expectations. This team is nowhere near playoff caliber, but then, it's also nowhere near as bad as the Raiders.

Saints-- No Credit. They're excused this season.

Tampa--B-. If the cadillac won't run, then the Griese-Galloway connection will quickly deteriorate.

Jets. D and falling. Poor bastards can't buy a break.

Pats. C. Even Bellichick is suscpetible to the one disease NO coach can overcome forever. Free Agency.

Niners. C and rising. Better than expected, still lots of homework to do. It will be interesting to Watch Alex Smith grown into the starting role over the next few weeks. Expect them to suck for a little bit... but they will improve. That kid has a FREAKIN' ARM!!!

Rams--D. Martz is a windbag. The greatest show of Smurfs, maybe.

Bears--D Here's an idea: maybe draft some OFFENSIVE talent once in a while.

Eagles-- B. McNabb is the best all around QB in the game right now. He's John Elway to Payton's Dan Marino. He's got more heart than any of 'em.

Falcons--B. Vick is a close second to Mcnabb, in terms of intangibles... sure, he's got better tools, McNabb still has a better head. That said, The Falcons still rock.

Steelers--B+. Talk about running games. Too bad they're still going to lose in the AFC Championship.

Redskins--B. Watch their bubble burst in Denver...

More to come...

---One True Guru---

11:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well...

Broncos get a B. With the exception of the Miami Meltdown, they have basically been world beaters--stopping the TWO BEST RUSHING attacks in the NFL: San Diego and KC. Defense wins championships after all... I mean, how many quarters did the Ravens go without an offensive touchdown and still win the Superbowl?? And Denver's offense is nowhere near as anemic as that one was.

The Vikes. F. Just depressing. Mike Tice is rapidly losing control of a team that normally doesn't fall apart until late in the season. They look awful.

The Bengals. A. Performing well in all phases of the game. Chad Johnson has joined the elite recievers and Palmer is looking GOOD.

Giants-C.. but gettng better. Eli is maturing ridiculously fast. The kid is going to be a superbowl QB very soon... maybe not this year, but soon.

Packers--D. It's amazing how badly the loss of one wide receiver can tank a team with an all pro quarter back... (right, Minnesota?).

Raiders-- poo. Steaming poo. With poo on top.

Seattle--C. This team runs hot and cold more often than my Ex-girlfriend.

Miami--B. Definitely exceeding expectations. This team is nowhere near playoff caliber, but then, it's also nowhere near as bad as the Raiders.

Saints-- No Credit. They're excused this season.

Tampa--B-. If the cadillac won't run, then the Griese-Galloway connection will quickly deteriorate.

Jets. D and falling. Poor bastards can't buy a break.

Pats. C. Even Bellichick is suscpetible to the one disease NO coach can overcome forever. Free Agency.

Niners. C and rising. Better than expected, still lots of homework to do. It will be interesting to Watch Alex Smith grown into the starting role over the next few weeks. Expect them to suck for a little bit... but they will improve. That kid has a FREAKIN' ARM!!!

Rams--D. Martz is a windbag. The greatest show of Smurfs, maybe.

Bears--D Here's an idea: maybe draft some OFFENSIVE talent once in a while.

Eagles-- B. McNabb is the best all around QB in the game right now. He's John Elway to Payton's Dan Marino. He's got more heart than any of 'em.

Falcons--B. Vick is a close second to Mcnabb, in terms of intangibles... sure, he's got better tools, McNabb still has a better head. That said, The Falcons still rock.

Steelers--B+. Talk about running games. Too bad they're still going to lose in the AFC Championship.

Redskins--B. Watch their bubble burst in Denver...

More to come...

---One True Guru---

11:01 AM  
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