AFC Standings NFC Standings
Miami (2-1) Philadelphia (2-1)
New England (2-1) Washington (1-2)
NY Jets (2-1) New York (1-2)
Buffalo (0-3) Dallas (1-2)
Pittsburgh (3-0) Chicago (3-0)
Cincinnati (2-1) Green Bay (2-1)
Baltimore (2-1) Minnesota (1-2)
Cleveland (0-3) Detroit (0-3)
Houston (2-1) Atlanta (2-1)
Tennessee (2-1) Tampa Bay (2-1)
Indianapolis (2-1) New Orleans (2-1)
Jacksonville (1-2) Carolina (0-3)
Kansas City (3-0) Seattle (2-1)
Oakland (1-2) Arizona (2-1)
Denver (1-2) St. Louis (1-2)
San Diego (1-2) San Fransisco (0-3)
Too early to tell but looks as if many teams are standing strong and ready for week 4.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
|Eagles Defense Hold Back A Jaguar Push.|
Its the end of week 3s Sunday night games and the Eagles stand at 2-1. Vick shows he is back on his A-game by throwing 4 TD passes in a 28-3 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now that Michael Vick (7) has officially been placed as first string quarter back he has shown that he will not let Andy Reid down. With 291 passing yards in the game Vick is shown to be, once again since 2003, a strong quarterback.
Next week Philadelphia Eagles (2-1-0) will face off against the Washington Redskins (1-2-0) in Philadelphia (4:15 pm EDT). My bets are on Eagles, although I am biased towards them. Best of luck to Reid to push the work outs on the offensive line.
Personally I'm a die hard Philadelphia Eagles fan, but when a good game comes on I get excited. This game easily was the best game this Sunday, September 26. At the end of the fourth quarter the score was 24-24 forcing OT. The Falcons win the coin toss in overtime they started by bringing it up the field fast. The Saints held them back though and forced a punt.
The Saints moved the ball back up the field and give Garrett Hartley a 29 yard kick for a field goal to win the game. He completely blows the kick, kicking it far to the left of the goal-post. He must have felt like a total asshole as the Falcons take the ball and kick a 46 yard field goal to win the game.
Final Score 27-24 Falcons Win.