Some East Coast football content today with Touchdown Atlantic in Moncton. Home game for Toronto vs Edmonton. And from all accounts this will be the Argos’ home game with the most revenue. Shows how much support there is in Atlantic Canada. I’ll write more after the fact.
7-9 last week, so I’m going backwards this season. Not as in depth as before, writing this very early on a Sunday. Maybe that will help since I left it later than usual.
San Francisco at Kansas City. CHIEFS.
Kansas City surprising this season in a good way, 49ers in the opposite direction.
Detroit at Minnesota. LIONS.
Brett Favre 0-3, could be after Sunday. He pushed his luck by one season too many.
Buffalo at New England. PATRIOTS.
Pats played one good half and one bad half last week in that lost to the Jets. Bills are the Bills.
Atlanta at New Orleans. SAINTS.
Saints scratched out a 2-0 record. Being at home I’ll give them the edge.
Tennessee at New York Giants. TITANS.
After Sunday night’s beatdown against Indy I will go with another AFC South team to beat New York.
Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay. STEELERS.
Pittsburgh defense pulling them through so far. Tampa Bay 2-0 as well. Haven’t really paid attention to those wins.
Cincinnati at Carolina. BENGALS.
Cincinnati coming off a victory against Baltimore. I think they have 8 division victories in a row. Which is just weird.
Cleveland at Baltimore. RAVENS.
Talking about AFC North, Ravens should rebound here.
Dallas at Houston. TEXANS.
If Cowboys lose to their cross state rivals it will be big for both sides.
Washington at St. Louis. REDSKINS.
Redskins scored a lot last week and still lost. As a Skins fan it’s been years since I’ve seen an offense.
Philadelphia at Jacksonville. EAGLES.
Vick in as QB which is the good move. Especially with a guy coming back from a concussion who is not a proven starter.
Indianapolis at Denver. COLTS.
Don’t recall these teams playing very often. After Peyton smacked NYG around I’m going with them.
Oakland at Arizona. RAIDERS.
Wow, some poor schmucks have to broadcast that game. Good luck.
San Diego at Seattle. CHARGERS.
Seahawks were great in Week 1 and horrible in Week 2. They’re probably somewhere in the middle.
New York Jets at Miami. DOLPHINS.
Lost in the Jets-mania during the offseason was they were beat twice by Miami last year.
Green Bay at Chicago. PACKERS.
Strange to think this might be a shootout. More sold on the Packers then the Bears.