Game of the Week – Iggles beat Niners in San Fran Land


According to Mr Gillikin,

I’m a devout Denver Broncos fan and since they’re on a bye this weekend I decided to write about my favorite game of the week.

So without further ado…

3-0 Philly heads West to take on the Jim Harbaugh, Colin Kaepernick led 2-1 49ers.

BoldinThe 9ers have been touted as one of the leagues top teams since, well….since March. I have been very open in disagreeing with the assessment and I really don’t understand why people think this is a top 3 or even top 5 team.

“Look at their defense”, “Look at their depth”, “Look at their QB”, “Look at their coach”.

Blah blah you don’t know what you’re talking about blah.

The last few seasons their defense has been near the top in the league and they got consistent production from their front seven and backfield. BUT then they lost their best D player, Navorro Bowman to a brutal ACL tear in the postseason. They lost superstar pass rusher Aldon Smith to…being an idiot. They lost Big hitting Safety Whitner to the Browns (the Cleveland Browns that is…..) They lost more depth to free agency or just to cuts and now have a top CB with the name of Tremaine Brock….ever heard of him?  Point is, the defense isn’t as good as it was and there’s no reason to think it’ll be an elite defense all season.

As for their depth, the only position I see it all that clearly is at WR. Boldin, Crabtree,Conte Brandon Lloyd, Stevie Johnson…respectable. But great? Eh. Their best receiver is Tight End, Vernon Davis. The receiving corp is wildly unpredictable and I don’t even know if they’re a strength of the team. As for the depth on the rest of the team….I don’t see it. I imagine people smarter than me can point out where the depth is but as an outside observer and impartial fan, I don’t see the incredible depth that people keep talking about.

As for their QB….he has the skills, he has the arm, the legs and the talent around him but there’s one thing it appears he doesn’t have and it’s rather important. A brain. He makes way too many mistakes to be even mentioned in the same breath as Russell Wilson or Andrew Luck and in some ways I think Alex Smith gives a team a better shot at winning a game. Disagree? Good for you.

San Francisco 49ers v Dallas CowboysJim Harbaugh is all fire and brimstone and gutsy and ballsy and a winner and etc,…I see a guy who loses his cool and has lost the locker room. Again, 49ers fans keep telling me that it’s a bunch of crap and I know nothing and I should just stop talking about things I know nothing about. Well, ask any “expert”, something is NOT right about this team. Something is off and as the saying goes, where there’s smoke there’s fire and I’m seeing a lot of smoke.

In other words, the 49ers are the most overrated team in the NFL this season and I don’t even have them as a top ten team.

Oh, there’s another team in this match up? Right…the Iggles.

Caveman’s Game of the Week; Week 4 – Chiefs vs Patriots


NFL 2014 Season Week 4 – Game of the Week
According to the Caveman

Lyncher3A Denver Broncos bye week always sucks for me. It’s even worse when it comes after a loss (that shouldn’t have been a loss) to a team that blew us out in the Super Bowl. But that’s a topic I’ve already beaten to death.

The loss of a Broncos football Sunday is soothed by a great lineup of games. We have the struggling Green Bay Packers facing the underperforming Chicago Bears. We have the two surprise AFC teams thus far in Houston and Buffalo squaring up. Philly and San Francisco is definitely interesting. But the game that I’m going to be most interested in is a less flashy showdown between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs.

This is a game that has a very interesting association for the Broncos: which of these competitors from a year ago has fallen the farthest? Last year, the Chiefs went 11-5, grabbing the first Wild Card berth with an iron fist. Only a magical playoff comeback by Andrew Luck kept them from winning a playoff game. Kansas City was good last year. So were the Patriots – Tom Brady and his wide-receiving corps of nobodies went 12-4, losing to the Broncos in the AFC Championship.

What has happened?

The Pats have had a horrible start to the season. Putrid, in fact. After getting utterlyBrady dominated by the Miami Dolphins (a team that looks squarely mediocre), the Pats managed to get a win against the Adrian Peterson-less Vikings (aka a team with no good players) and BARELY scrape out a win AT HOME against the worst team in the NFL in the Oakland Raiders. The Pats’ score sheet says 2-1, and yes, wins and losses are the only stats that really count. But if I were a fan in New England, I’d be worried sick that this team will only win 7-8 games.

There are only two explanations I have for the struggle this team is facing. First, the loss of Logan Mankins is a sign that the Belichick Way is starting to crumble. After Mankins (the Pats’ best offensive lineman by far) refused to take a ridiculous pay cut, Darth Hoodie traded him for basically nothing. The result is a much weaker offensive line protecting Tom Brady. Which brings me to my second reason – Tom Brady is going downhill quickly. Right before the season started, Brady famously stated that he would only retire once he sucks. Well, that time could well be approaching. Brady has been AWFUL the past three weeks, going 67 for 114 and only 3 TD’s. Thank goodness he has no INT’s. The even worse stat line (for Patriots fans, I personally love it): Brady is 3 for 20 on passes that travel more than 15 yards. That is horrendous! He can literally only dink-and-dunk, and it’s not working. Patriots fans should be afraid. They should be very afraid.

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Kansas City ChiefsThe other team in my matchup of the week also had a rough start. The Chiefs looked helpless at home versus the Tennessee Titans. They looked much better against the Broncos (albeit against a Broncos team that was in prevent defense the entire second half). And then they pounded the Dolphins. Kansas City – a team that started out with 9 straight wins in 2013 – is now 1-2, looking up at both the Broncos and Chargers. What happened there? Again, key losses have hurt them., but I think the problem runs deeper. Kansas City was not a true playoff team last year. Some magic mojo happened with Andy Reid, but that was an 8-8 Chiefs team that just got lucky. This year, the Chiefs are the same boat. They have good players and a good coach. But they are only a decent team, also destined to miss the playoffs.

This matchup has less to do with the victory of the winner, and more to do with the deep doo-doo the loser will be in. Both teams are in dire straits, but this game could potentially break one of them beyond repair in 2014. Who am I picking? I think Kansas City wins by 10. It’s in Arrowhead, and I think the core of KC’s team is stronger than NE’s.

Looking forward to it.

Broncos vs Seahawks recap – You Can Whine About This One


By Eric Caveman

LyncherWhat the hell did I just watch on Sunday? The Denver Broncos did their darndest to repeat their Super Bowl performance by turning the ball over on their first drive. Thank you, Montee Ball. Thank you for showing us that you are nowhere near as good as Knowshon Moreno. But hey, the Broncos gave Know-show 5 years to get his act together…is that what it’s going to take you too?

Anyway, Ball was the least of Denver’s problems. For 3 full quarters, Denver managed one decent drive capped by a field goal. This, the greatest offense in the history of the NFL, held to 3 points in 3 quarters. The sad thing is this: that the Seattle Seahawks’ defense was not the biggest obstacle to the Denver offense. No, the reason the Broncos scored one field goal in 45 minutes of play was sitting on the visitor’s sideline.

I don’t know if it’s Foxy’s fault or Adam Gase’s fault (even PFM might have a little blameSEA in it), but the offensive play calling was what killed Denver’s drives. I’m a huge proponent of establishing the run, but let me tell you something – CONSISTANTLY running Ball into a huge pile of 300-pound men is NOT the way to establish the ground game. In fact, it will never work. You will lose yards, you will lose turnovers, and you will lose games. That’s not how the great running game of the Shanahan era happened. RB’s from Terrell Davis to Clinton Portis were given opportunities to double-reverse. To run around the pile, for crap’s sake. Seattle’s defense was good. But the Broncos’ horrible play calling was the true enemy.

Don’t believe me? Look at what happened when the Broncos got desperate. Through 3 and ½ quarters, they tried to run up the middle, and sprinkled in some poorly-designed screen plays. Then, at the last desperate moment, they let Peyton throw down the field. What happened? Two touchdowns. Yes, there was a pick from Seattle’s D, but I’ll take a 2-to-1 TD-to-INT ratio over absolutely nothing. The Broncos were deep in their own territory with 50 seconds left and no timeouts. And they scored a touchdown. And a 2-point conversion. If they had called that kind of game for 60 minutes, the Broncos would have BLOWN OUT the Seahawks. If the Broncos had called that kind of game for one damn quarter, they would have won easily. Screw Seattle’s defense. This one is all on the Broncos. The friggin’ Chargers figured it out, and gave us the blueprint last week. Did Denver follow it? Nope. Does anybody miss Mike McCoy yet? I do.

BallThat’s the offense. The defensive side of the ball has a similar story. We all have a bad taste in our mouths from Overtime…but I’ll get back to that later. During the first 60 minutes, the Broncos D played pretty well. They gave up two touchdowns, but both field goals came off of turnovers. Really, if the Denver defense holds a team to 20 points, that should be good enough for a win, right? And they had a safety, which definitely shows some toughness on that side of the ball. So effectively, the defense just gave up 18 points, definitely doing enough for a win, and the offense simply didn’t do its job (see above).

Until overtime, that is. Then the Broncos defense crumpled like a weightlifting benchPete Carroll, John Fox made of sauerkraut. I’ll give you one guess why. (Jeopardy music). What is play calling? CORRECT! You just proved that you know football better than John Fox.
The Seahawks won the toss. Yes that sucks, but let’s not blame the cosmos. Seattle has the ball at their own 20-yard line. If the Broncos can stop them, there is a good chance to win the game. So what does Fox decide to do? Prevent defense of course! Let’s rush 3, maybe 4, and hope that Super Bowl winning QB Russell Wilson makes a mistake on his own. Brilliant, just brilliant. By the time the Seahawks were in the red zone, it was too late. Play calling had directly lost this game. This game that meant so much to the Denver fan base. This game that would have established the Broncos as a no-nonsense Super Bowl team. This game that could have shut up the millions of Seahawk bandwagon fans. But no, now we have two weeks to think about a loss that we dealt to ourselves.

I just asked Broncos fans to stop whining until horrid play calling actually lost us a game. Well, feel free to resume. It just happened.

The Broncos Lose a Game and I Lose My Cool


PFM1It’s just a game.

No reason to be upset, it’s just a game.

One team must win and one must lose, it’s the obvious eventuality of every sporting event.

They played well and almost came back so it’s a moral victory at least.

All things that I tried to tell myself after the Denver Broncos overtime loss to the hated Seattle Seahawks. Though Peyton Manning led the Broncos back in the fourth quarter to an unbelievable and unlikely 20-20 tie, the defense was just too gassed to keep the birds out of the end zone in OT. The home hawks marched right down the field on the first possession in extra time and eventually punched the winning score in with Marshawn Lynch who lived up to his nickname (Beast Mode) for one day at least.

The Broncos showed that they have some toughness and that they can hang around in a brutal road game in against one of the best teams and THE best crowd in football. They also dropped passes, missed tackles and had some wild throws from the elderly superstar, Peyton Manning.

The fact remains that the team was down 17-5 late in the fourth quarter not onlyDenver Broncos v Seattle Seahawks because of their play on the field but also from their deplorably conservative play calling. John fox (Head Coach), Adam Gase (Offensive Coordinator) and Jack Del Rio (Defensive Coordinator) continue their seemingly poor start to the season with yet another lack luster coaching performance. It seems week in and week out that the Broncos have zero chance at out coaching any team in the NFL and with the talent this team has that’s just a shame. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying this loss is all on the shoulders of the coaching staff. It isn’t. The players didn”t show up either excluding a few standouts (Von Miller, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders) and unless these guys start playing with more urgency I don’t see this team ever reaching it’s potential of greatness.

As I sat at home watching the game (primarily so I could scream and curse alone and not get arrested for disturbing the peace) I asked myself what makes  team truly great. There have been “dream teams” on paper many a time. Great coaches have gone long careers without winning a Superbowl. Players have attacked each week with passion and vigor unrivaled and yet still have not gone the distance. In the end it’s a mix of everything and a bit of luck that makes a great team on paper a truly great team on the field.

SandyThis Denver Broncos team in 2014 has the “dream team” on paper but does it have the coaches, passion and luck that are needed to go all the way? It’s yet to be seen but I think there’s still a chance that this could be a great team.

It’s certainly not time to panic if you’re a Denver fan. They lost to a very good team, on the road in a tight, well contested game. On the other hand it’s also not time to proclaim any sort of greatness and until this team puts it all together like they should I claim the right to be a tad worried.

Bye week next Sunday so a bit of rest for my stress bone and a deep breath before heading into week five and the rest of the NFL season!

Lynch

Degenerate Gambling in a Deranged NFL


BookI dabble in the Vegas NFL betting scene.

Money isn’t really much of a factor and my future won’t be hurt or helped in any way from this degenerate gambling. I gamble in sports because I like the thinking mans bet and I like the rush of risk and the fact that nearly every game means something. Even if it’s $10 it has that appeal of winning or losing something personally.

Each week my brothers, my Dad and I sit down and make our picks on a shared spreadsheet and with the combined picks me put a bit of money on the games that as a group we liked the most. It’s too complicated to get into now (and I don’t understand it well enough) but someday maybe I’ll get my pops to write a post about the algorithms and scientific theories that have been put into our betting strategies.

My Dad picks matchups a lot in his strategy. Broncos O-line vs the Seahawks frontBron seven type stuff. He’s also the most liberal bettor and tends to have the best and the worst weeks.

My older brother bets conservatively and seems to bet trends. Home teams, hot QBs, bad offenses etc…

My younger brother I think bets at random. By record maybe or just whoever the heck he thinks will win the game.

Before I tell you how I bet I should say that we all have been almost exactly even with each other (Paul has had a very slight edge) and we have been good enough to not lose money but not good enough to win any.

I bet…well…I don’t know how I bet anymore. Before this season I looked a lot into stats and into injuries and into the human factor. Pete Carroll vs John Fox, Peyton Manning in a revenge game, San Diego playing on the East coast. After these first two weeks I’ve lost faith in everything I thought I knew.

NFL: Preseason-Jacksonville Jaguars at Detroit LionsThe Detroit Lions are the second best defensive team in football through two weeks….The Patriots are 27th in overall offense and the Browns have more offensive yards than the Broncos. The Saints and Colts are 0-2 and the Texans and Bills are 2-0. Buffalo beat Chicago, Bills beats Patriots and the Packers and 49ers barely look like playoff teams.

You get my point.

The NFL is great because of it’s parity. Each week all 32 teams have a shot at winning and all 32 fan bases have a shot at a small measure of utter joy.

This year hasn’t been parity. This year has been stupid and chaotic. Who are the elite QBs anymore? Does anyone know how to play defense? Is the AFC somehow better than the NFC?

It boggles my mind.

We head into this week with so much disparity in our betting that we almost couldn’t putCar anything down. I love Carolina, my brothers love Pittsburgh. I like Cincinnati, my brothers pick Tennessee. My frustration for betting is dulled only from the fact that my Broncos are 2-0 and I believe they will be 3-0 after this week.

In the end the one bet we all agreed on and perhaps it was due simply to homerism and pride. Or maybe we just think the National media is a bunch of Denver haters….but in the end we bet “big” on Denver to cover the 5 points in Seattle.. Through all the ugliness and pain of this early part of the NFL season, a Bronco win would make me a very happy boy in so many different ways.

Broncos Fans: Stop Whining!


By Eric Caveman

Bron SeaTwo weeks of the 2014 NFL season are in the books. The Denver Broncos are 2-0, and are unanimously ranked atop the power rankings by the national media. The rest of the AFC West has 1 win combined. The despised Seahawks are reeling from a San Diego thumping. Most everyone on the Broncos’ team is healthy, and Wes Welker is back practicing with the team after his suspension snafu. Prater is soon to follow.
So everything’s all happy and buzzing in Denver. There’s talk of going 16-0 and winning the Super Bowl flooding the headlines. Couldn’t be better, right?

WRONG.

The reaction from fans and the local media is that the Broncos are pathetic. Their offense has taken a significant step backwards. Their defense is Swiss cheese. Their play calling is horrendous. I’ve even heard talk that John Fox needs to fired.

What??? 31 other fan bases are probably wondering who stuck a stick up our collectiveAFC Championship - New England Patriots v Denver Broncos butts, and wishing they had our problems. Why should we not be stoked? When a team goes 2-0 to start the season, and is quarterbacked by a first-ballot Hall-of-Famer, it has a 99.96% chance of making the playoffs (yes, I made that up). Who is going to beat us in the AFC? Buffalo? Cincinnati? Certainly not the Patriots. The Broncos are about as sure to get back to the Super Bowl as a team can be.

So why all the fuss? Some say that Peyton Manning is having a bad start. I disagree – he’s 43 for 62 with 6 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. Shut up. Others say that we’re having trouble scoring. Not really – in the first half of games (before a huge lead is established), the Broncos have scored touchdowns on 6 out of 9 drives. That’s ridiculous.

The only legitimate complaint is the play calling. We get these huge leads and then coast the rest of the way. This itself causes the other imaginary issues. For example, the Broncos defense is actually amazing…when they’re not handicapped by the prevent system. When the Broncos are 4-3-4, they get pressure, they stop runs, they cover well, and they give up almost no points. Then Fox puts them in a prevent defense, and they give up 10 yards a clip. The unit does what a prevent is designed to do: bend and not break. Is it frustrating? Yes. Has it failed? Nope.

Bron cray crayThe Broncos are 2-0 against playoff teams from last year. They COULD have scored 50 points per game, and held their opponents to 10 if Fox were more aggressive. But even if they had done that, they’d still be 2-0. And until the Broncos actually lose a game due to horrible play calling, Fox can keep his job. Everyone in Denver needs to calm down, stop whining, and appreciate the fact that we have the best team in the NFL right here. And no amount of play-calling sandbagging can hide that.

Now, who’s up for a little revenge?

A BFF, Fantasy and the Denver Broncos


A  football conversations between Kevin Gillikin and his BFF Eric Caveman Kosovich
Eric: So, I have another FF question for you (another league).
Let me know if you get sick of them! :)
 me:  Haha no it’s cool I like them!
 Eric:  Sweet:
Who should I start this week at #2 RB: Zac Stacy (vs TB) or Pierre Thomas (vs. Cle)?
 me:  I’d say Stacy. Third string QB, Stacy could get 30 touches
Thomas splits time and the Cle run D is pretty stout
 Eric:  Word.
How about Texans D (vs Oak) or Saints D (vs Cle)?
 me:  Ohhhhh good one….I’d say Texans…I’m not sold on the Saints D and the CLE run game looked good last week and Hoyer moved the ball better than I imagined
Houston pash rush vs a rookie should be wicked
 Eric:  Okay, true true.
I had Stacy in the lineup then started second-guessing myself based on last week.
 me:  Yaaa I’d say you’d regret it if you sat Stacy but I guess you never know
 Sent at 8:18 AM on Thursday
 Eric:  No, I agree – Stacy’s the better option.
But I did have NO’s D in there, thinking they’d have a big bounce-back game against Clevaland. At home.
But I forgot how terrible Oakland is. Lol.
 me:  Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ya I just like the Texans better overall and Oakland is brutal
Saints wouldn’t be a bad start but if it was me I’d play Texans
 Eric:  Forgot it was Derek Carr.
Yup, and I think I agree. Saints will probably go up by 20 at half, and then get into the prevent.
 me:  Yup yup….I can see CLE putting up some points
 Eric:  So, how about this: Zac Stacy vs Shonn Green (against Dal)
me: Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I’d still go Stacy
Stacy SHOULD be a top must start back
 Eric:  Saweet!!!!
Good, I really want to keep Stacy in, but I’m weak again the projections temptation.
 me:  Haha…hmmmm ya my thought would be Stacy
Ok for you..vincent jackson or Hakeem nicks
Jackson vs STL Nicks vvs Philly
 Sent at 8:25 AM on Thursday
 Eric:  Hmmmm
I personally would go Nicks.
TB vs STL could be an old-school defensive game with more turnoves than TD
 me:  yup thats what I thought..I JUST picked Nicks up and Jackson was horrible
 Eric:  Whereas Philly is going to pound NY into the GROUND, and then Nicks will get some looks in garbage time.
 me:  Nope Nicks is with Indy!
If that changes anaything ;)
 Eric:  Oh , he is? Fudgeeee
 me:  haha
 Eric:  Nope, just kidding. If anything, that’s better.
 me:  I see a shootout
 Eric:  Me too!
Better some Andy Luck than some life-by-last-name-alone
 me:  Hahaha amen
 Eric:  Boy, Eli SUCKS.
What happened? He was never elite (in my opinion), but he’s pulling a Matt Schaub.
 me:  Dude he’s horrible
I think he doesn’t understand the scheme
AND has a TERRIBLE oline
Eric: If Eli’s last name were anything else, he’d be gone.
Except maybe Brady or Brees.
Eli Brees.
 me:  Hmmmmm I think he’s tied to Coughlin though
 Eric:  Hahaha. Yup, and I think Coughlin’s lucky if he finishes the season.
 me:  Agreed!
 Eric:  Woot! So, any surprises for week 2?
 me:  Hmmm Jags beat Skins
 Eric:  Dangit, have to agree.
 me:  Jets compete with Packers
Chicago beats San Fran
Philly beats Indy
 Eric:  Oooh, really? See, I have two teams that are going to have “statement” games – NO and GB.
Bears, ok, ok.
Ouch. Indy goes 0-2.
 me:  I think the matchup of the Jets front 7 vs the pack oline is going to be a problem!
Yup Indy goes two games behind Tennessee
 Eric:  Hmm. Have to disagree with that one. But I’m being a homer, prolly! ;)
 me:  I think Packers win but it’ll be tougher than most people think
 Eric:  Wow. and Houston.
 me:  Yup and Houston! and behind Jags! ha!
 Eric:  That’s funny. Houston and Tenn 2-0, Indy 0-2. And Indy still with prolly no doubts about winning the division.
 me:  Yup! It’s amazing what scheduling will do
 Eric:  Think the Chiefs give us any problems?
 me:  I do actually……I think Broncos win by a touchdown but the line is at 14….I HATE John Fox
Eric: Hahahaha!!! Ditto. If Coughlin gets fire, he should come here.
 me:  Haha dude I’d take him!!! or Gruden!
 Eric:  GRUDEN!!!! Hahahahahaha
 me:  If Pete Carroll was here we would be the greatest team in history
 Eric:  Yup. That would be epic.
We need a nguy who wants to win 40-0 every game.
Foxy is just too nice.
 me:  Just someone who isn’t a panzy ass little Pu*** in play calling
Yup exactly!
 Eric:  That too.
 me:  hehe I’m pissed at him
 Eric:  Same. I don’t understand the mentality.
 me:  Nope me neither. KILL THEM.
 Eric:  “We’re ahead two TD’s again a team that is known for coming back in games, but I think the game’s over.”
 me:  YUp…so let’s play EFFING prevent defense from the first snap of the second half!!!!!
 Eric:  Vanilla offense, a D that’s softer than Sumo wrestler’s ass, and BOOM!
Make it loko like this team is just good.
Wow. I suck at typing.
 me:  Yup I hear ya
Makes me mad
 Eric:  Frick.
I HATE to say this, but I’d even take me some Belichick to get away from this sh*t.
 Sent at 8:43 AM on Thursday
 Eric:  Or some Rex Ryan.
 me:  Ya except I don’t want a cheater who sold his soul to the devil
hehe oh I’d LOVE Ryan
PFM would murder him though hehe
 Eric:  Hahaha! And to be honest, I think that’s why we still have Foxy – he’ll let Peyton do whatever he wants.
me: Ya but then why doesnt PFM run the score up?? He did in Indy
 Eric:  Good question…maybe he’s tired, lol.
But here’ the thing – I know Del Rio has gotta HATE the prevent. Why does Fox overrule him?
 me:  Ya I don’t know….I reallly really don’t get it
 Eric:  It’s not like it was one or two gameplans that got away. They have a STEADY history of it. Yet they never learn.
At what point do they say “this sucks?”
 me:  Yup they’ve done it for two years and it’s almost bit them in the butt several times
 Eric:  Maybe Fox likes giving his heart some exercise.
 me:  Haha must be it
 Eric:  As a fan, it sucks. When Tebow was doing his thing, I spent all game expecting a loss, and he’d pull a W out. Then I was victoriously happy all week.
 me:  Hahaha exactly!!!!
 Eric:  With this crap, I start the game out on a total high. Then, by the time 60 mins is done, I feel like we’ve lost.
Stupids.
 me:  Haha ya! This last week was brutal
 Eric:  Anyway, enough bitching…they’re still going to win the Super Bowl.
Hehe, amen!
 me:  Haha agreed! Who else is there in the AFC??
 Eric:  Miami. Lol
 me:  LOLZ
 Eric:  Maybe Cincy.
 me:  LOLZ
 Eric:  Psh.
 me:  Also why is no one talking about Manning not playing very well?
 Eric:  Because he only threw 3 TD’s! And a sweet 11-yd scramble. :D I thought Den would have a rough time getting a high seed because of the NFC West.
 me:  Hahaha true but he had a LOT of overthrows
Ya but now I think AZ is the second best team in the wEst
 Sent at 5:00 PM on Wednesday
 Eric:  (sorry for topic change).
But after seeing NE’s failsauce, I think the #1 seed in the AFC could be 12-4 or even 11-5!
Also, another side note – you could totally capture this conversation, and post it on a blog. LOL!
 me:  Ya true story!
hahahaha that’s true too! I should