Sunday, October 21, 2012

Top 10 NFL Week 7 Takeaways

A similar Ohio disaster
10) The Packers now look like the best team in the NFC, since it's been two whole weeks since they lost, and their QB has thrown 9 TDs to 0 INTs since then

9) Baltimore proved that the media's past decade of servicing Ray Lewis was justified by folding like a cheap tent without him

8) Dallas proved they could win a close game on the road after all, provided that the opponent plays with the energy of the walking dead

7) Chris Johnson gave both of his fantasy football owners that are still paying attention hope

6) Andrew Luck beat the Browns with his legs, because he had "beating an NFL team with his legs" on his things to do list

5) Despite the best efforts of Eli Manning and Robert Griffin The Thwarted, the Giants held on for a big division win against the Redskins

4) There are plenty of good seats now available on the once-unbeaten Arizona Cardinals bandwagon

3) New England and New York heroically went to overtime to keep America from seeing any part of Jaguars-Raiders

2) Drew Brees and Josh Freeman combined for 797 yards, 7 TDs and a 1-1 record

1) Ben Roethlisberger is now 16-2 in games played in the state of Ohio, which is impressive even when you consider that only the Bengals and Browns play there

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