Sunday, December 19, 2010

Sunday Night Football

Quick note for the night.

Sunday Night Football and Christmas Stuff
Quiet weekend and I guess that is good. Looking forward to some Sunday Night Football where the New England Patriots can put a strangle hold on the number one playoff seed with a win over the Packers. The Packers will not have their starting QB Aaron Rodgers playing, so a bit of the luster of this game is lost.

The New York Jets played a rough, physical game against the Steelers today and won a huge road game. I told you those Jets were good!

I am hoping the Kansas City Chiefs win out as to keep the San Diego Chargers out of the playoffs!

The New Orleans Saints lost a tough game in Baltimore to the Ravens so any Superbowl defense will come all on the road. Too bad there will only be cold weather outdoor teams in the playoffs except the Falcons!

WTF happened to the Giants in 7 minutes?????? Wow that was bad.

Two work days to go then off until the New Year. I for one cannot wait to swing the calendar to a new start. I need one badly. So badly.

Have a good night.

4 comments:

Downtown Josh Brown said...

the worst loss in Giants history. Hands down.

getyourselfconnected said...

hey Josh!

yeah, that was a stunner and head scratcher!? I had ideas on a Pats vs Giants rematch in the big game but now who knows?

GawainsGhost said...

Yes, well, that was a stunning loss by the Giants. It was an even more stunning win by the Cowboys, who damn near threw the game away.

I can't wrap my mind around it, but this defense is on pace to set franchise records for most points allowed and most yards surrendered. And last year they were playing so well. It's a mystery.

Anyway, your Patriots won tonight, and your Saints lost. I still think these two teams are going to meet in the Super Bowl though.

CT-Hilltopper said...

OMG, the Giants must have been hijacked by Our Sisters of Mercy Junior High during the last seven minutes.

Our Sisters of Mercy were so slick, no one noticed a thing. It really looked like The Giants were on the field.

What a joke!