Tuesday, October 30, 2012

NFL - Week 8 Quick Hits

NFL Season: Week 8
Winners, Losers, Quick Hits, & WTF!?








Winners
Bucs - March into hostile territory, and shutdown the 'vaunted' Vikings. Doug Martin makes happy fantasy owners.

Patriots - Irony at it's finest, beating down the Rams in London. Limey British Bastards! Pub Party on Gronkowski!

Bears - They nearly lost this one, down 19-7 in the 4th Quarter, but rallied to win

Youngsters - Top 5 RBs rushing included: Doug Martin, Stevan Ridley, & Trent Richardson. Kudos to those guys. Also, Vick Ballard, because of the play below you.


Eat your heart out, Jerome Simpson.


Losers
Cowboys - TurnRomOver & company gave it away 6 times on the day, and had a chance to even rally to win the game against the Giants, but choked, again.

Chargers - They looked pitiful, offense struggled terribly, and just got beat by the Browns.

Saints - On pace to set a record that they don't want to have any business setting for most yards allowed in an NFL season.

Cardinals - Remember all that hype & great record to begin the year, yeah, I did too.


Sums it up, and can't get any closer than that.

Quick Hits
'Mark Sanchez, Mother of God.' -Jet fans (what's left of them)

'I just don't understand' -Cardinal, Charger, Ram fans after lack thereof said offense

Alex Smith lead the way this week, with his top QB rating of 157.1

Norv Turner jumbled spells Turnover (credit NFL Memes)

The Falcons remain the league's only unbeaten team at 7-0, with the next closest being the Bears, Texans, Giants, & 49ers all with 6 wins.


Titus Young GW TD Reception (100 Yards, 2TD) much needed for the Lions


WTF!?
Tony Romo threw the ball 62 times against the Giants, Jason Witten had 18 receptions on the day

Guy Whimper, the Jags Offensive Lineman, scored a TD against the Packers (shown below)

The Colts (4-3) are the only team above .500, that have been outscored. 171-136

We will still see those 1934 Steeler hideous throwback uniforms one more time this season

Just what the Jags needed to spark the offense, an O-Lineman.

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