AFC 1 New England 2-0 AFC East leaders 2 San Diego 2-0 AFC West leaders 3 Cincinnati 2-0 AFC North leaders 4 Indianapolis 2-0 AFC South leaders 5 Jacksonville 2-0 6 Baltimore 2-0 7 Denver 1-1 8 Buffalo 1-1 9 N.Y. Jets 1-1 10 Pittsburgh 1-1 11 Cleveland 0-2 12 Oakland 0-2 13 Kansas City 0-2 14 Tennessee 0-2 15 Houston 0-2 16 Miami 0-2
NFC 1 Seattle 2-0 NFC West leaders 2 Chicago 2-0 NFC North leaders 3 Atlanta 2-0 NFC South leaders 4 N.Y. Giants 1-1 NFC East leaders 5 Minnesota 2-0 6 New Orleans 2-0 7 Dallas 1-1 8 Arizona 1-1 9 San Francisco 1-1 10 St. Louis 1-1 11 Philadelphia 1-1 12 Tampa Bay 0-2 13 Carolina 0-2 14 Detroit 0-2 15 Green Bay 0-2 16 Washington 0-2
AFC Playoffs Byes: New England, San Diego First round match-ups: Baltimore at Cincinnati, Jacksonville at Indianapolis
NFC Playoffs Byes: Seattle, Chicago First round match-ups: New Orleans at Atlanta, Minnesota at N.Y. Giants
"You know what you need? Some new quotes in your sig. Yeah, I said it." -- DJFrostyFreeze
It sucks to be a Skins fan right now, but it's great to be a Ravens fan.
Yay for Maryland having two teams!
"I enjoy cocaine because it's a fun thing to do. I enjoy the company of prostitutes because it's a fun thing to do. If you combine the two together, it's probably even more fun." -- Representative Robert Wexler (D - FL)
Wow, the Bolts, Colts, and Dolts - er- Bungles are sure looking like the class of the AFC in this young season. In the NFC, I am liking da Bears and the Vikes so far. So good to have the season in full swing!
Yay for Cleveland - the best of the worst in the AFC! *sigh*
I don't normally post in NFL topics because I don't watch the NFL that much. But I do have to say Hell Yeah to Rex Grossman so far. I knew he wasn't just another Florida QB that would fail in the NFL but nobody would listen.
Originally posted by QuezzyI don't normally post in NFL topics because I don't watch the NFL that much. But I do have to say Hell Yeah to Rex Grossman so far. I knew he wasn't just another Florida QB that would fail in the NFL but nobody would listen.
Let's get him more than a year's worth of starts under his belt before we declare him a good QB.
Going back and looking at last year's week 2 playoff seedings and how they fared... (Click Here (The W)):
Indy, Pittsburgh, and Cincy (all 2-0) were correctly called. Somehow the Jets and Bills beat out New England for playoff spots (all teams 1-1) and Kansas City was ranked #1. (2-0 record). Denver and Jacksonville were middle of the pack at 1-1.
Surprisingly, 5 of 6 teams here were correct! Tampa Bay (2-0) and Chicago (1-1) would go on to win their division. The Giants and Redskins (both 2-0) were flip flopped. Somehow, Seattle (1-1) claimed a wildcard beneath San Francisco (also 1-1). Carolina was buried at #12.
So 8 of 12 post-season teams were correctly projected at this point. I can see New Orleans, Baltimore, and San Diego being ranked highly by virtue of easy schedules thus far. As for "playoff contenders" Miami, Carolina, and Washington, it sucks to be 0-2.
You believe me, don't you? Please believe what I just said...
This might actually work if they properly work him in, the way the Jets did with Pennington. If Palmer is forced to start in the first year, it won't work... Let Kitna have the ball this year, as they previously stated they would...