Monday, October 13, 2014

Top 10 NFL Week 6 Takeaways

10) There is something about Cincinnati that inspires ties, and sadness, and suicide

9) So much for Tom Brady's not happy and not good anymore and this is why we can't have nice things

8) Geno Smith and Kirk Cousins personally guaranteed that the spreads against their teams would be covered with last minute TAInts

7) Good Jay Cutler showed up, so the Bears won, and if you can figure out when he's around as opposed to Bad Jay, you're smarter than me

6) Green Bay won on the road in Miami with QB Aaron Rodgers getting love for a fake spike and last-second TD throw, but none of that happens if his OL doesn't bail him out on a fumble in the final drive

5) Oakland and Jacksonville had real chances to get their first win, because the league is just like that

4) Tampa started their bye week and the traffic leaving their stadium early, gifting Baltimore with a 28-0 first quarter lead

3) Cleveland cleaned Pittsburgh's clock from start to finish, so feel free to stock up on canned goods, bottled water, and ammunition for your zombie-killing shotguns

2) Teddy Bridgewater returned to the starting lineup against Detroit, who made him look like a less effective Matt Cassel, or a more polished Joe Webb

1) The national media's collective orgasm over Dallas winning in Seattle to go to 6-1 is downright unseemly

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