Thursday, October 14, 2010

NFL Week #6 - Bet the Lock, You wont Lose!

Week 6

Ravens @ Patriots -3

The Ravens are a top 3 team in the NFL. I’m very surprised to see that they are getting points here, but I know it is solely because the Patriots are the home team here. The Ravens have all cylinders clicking on both sides of the ball. Ray Rice finally picked it up last week too. This will be the first game the Patriots play without Moss. I like the points for the Ravens here.

Chiefs @ Texans -4.5

The Texans have one of the most potent offenses in the NFL, however were stuffed by the Giants last week. The Chiefs don’t have a defense like the Giants though, but they do have a shut-down corner in Brandon Flowers that could give Andre Johnson some trouble. Look for the Texans to get their top ranked run game back on track against the surprising Chiefs.

Chargers -8.5 @ Rams

The Rams are contending for first in the weak NFC West and that is surprising a lot of people. They are starting to turn that franchise around over there. The Chargers on the other hand are somewhat disappointing as they keep betting themselves up. Their special teams are nonexistent to say the least and that’s what is keeping them from being 5-0. Philip Rivers is on pace to shatter Dan Marino’s single season passing yardage record. I’m sticking to my guns and taking the Chargers here in a bounce back victory.

Lions @ Giants -10

Well the Giants finally stringed together a couple of good defensive games, so I’m on board now. Like I said in earlier weeks, the Lions have been playing some good football this year and it showed in last week’s clobbering of the Rams. The Giants are home but these points are a lot here so I’m sticking with the Lions.

Saints -4.5 @ Buccaneers

The Bucs are on an upswing winning 3 of their last 4 games, granted they were against bottom of the barrel teams. The Saints on the other hand are struggling and are battling in close games with the likes of the winless 49ers and Panthers and losing to the Cardinals. Perhaps the loss of Reggie Bush was more than they could account for. The Saints are still the defending champs, so I still got faith in them here.

Browns @ Steelers -14

Now that Big Ben is done rapin chicks, he can start throwin picks. Nahh, well at least not this week. The Steelers are playing the Browns, who have been somewhat surprising this year due to Peyton Hillis and his beastly arms. Colt McCoy sounds like will be getting the start this week for them. Welcome to the NFL Colt, have fun against one of the topped ranked defenses in the game. The Steelers are going to dominate here.

Seahawks @ Bears -7

The Bears will be getting Jay Cutler back this week, which is good considering Todd Collins threw 4 picks and has a passer rating lower than 10 and still managed to win thanks to the outstanding performance by Matt Forte. The Seahawks are coming off a bye and will look to pull ahead in the NFC West. They acquired Marshawn Lynch from the Bills and will now have a feature back to hopefully compliment their pass game. The Bears may win here, but I don’t think they will cover.

Falcons @ Eagles -3

The Falcons looked impressive all year. They haven’t skipped a beat since their opening day OT lose to the Steelers. They are easily a top 3 team in the league, with a very explosive offense. The Eagles have Kevin Kolb under center again and he will need to prove he is the starter before Vick returns healthy to the line-up for them. Even though the Dirty Birds are away, I like them in the torturous city of Philadelphia.

Raiders @ 49ers -6.5

Congratulations to the Raiders. You have finally managed to beat the Chargers for the first time in about 6 years. I guess they were due. Jason Campbell did step up for the injured Bruce Gradkowski and showed why they brought him in the first place. I think he should remain the starter, but what do I know? The only word to describe the 49ers this year: disappointing. They are winless yet Mike Singletary still believes they will win the division. Win a game first Mike, and then start talking like that. There heavy favorites here, maybe based on Singletary’s words? I’ll take the Raiders.

Jets -3 @ Broncos

Guess I will start to believe in the Jets hype. I may even go as far as saying that they are the best team in the NFL right now. OK, I’m not going that far…yet. The Jets still prove that they can take on any team by beating the Vikings despite giving up their most yards this year. Mark Sanchez continues to improve every week. The Broncos are slowly falling, due largely in part to all the injuries they are sustaining, despite the high-caliber effort of Kyle Orton. The Jets will show why they may be the best team in the league again here.

Cowboys @ Vikings -1.5

Desperate times call for desperate measures and this is that time for both teams. This game is a must win for both teams, however we all know that only one team can win, except if they tie of course. Favre had a chance against the Jets to pull that one off but once again threw a late game pick to seal the deal for them. Some people are calling for the benching of Favre. Really? Do you really think Tarvaris Jackson is a better alternative? Doubtful. The Cowboys cannot seem to figure out how to win a game, even with Tony Homo throwing 400yd games left and right. This games a pick’em and I’m picking the home team here.

Colts -3 @ Redskins

The Colts did not look all too impressive last week against the Chiefs. I guess the only real good they got out of last game was that Adam Vinateri got a lot of game reps in. Peyton will be Peyton for the rest of the year and as long as they have him they’ll be fine. If Donovan McNabb can rally his troops together at home, they may have a shot. That’s a big if though.

Titans -3 @ Jaguars

CJ once again had another fantasy feast of a game, leading the Titans to victory. It didn’t hurt that Vince Young also had 3 touchdown passes in the game as well. The Jaguars have been flying under the radar this year posting a solid 3-2 record thus far with wins over the Broncos, Bills and Colts. Mighty Mouse has been leading the offense, as David Garrard and WR core have not been much to talk about. The Titans always play well against the run and will look to stop MJD at all cost and make Garrard beat them. I’m locking up the Titans this week.

Lock of the Week- Tennessee Titans

Record: 37-37-2 (7-7) Locks- 5 for 5

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Week #5: Break Away Time

Week 5

Buccaneers @ Bengals -6.5

The Buccaneers are coming off a bye week, but I don’t think that time off will really help them. They have been struggling a bit, however have showed some signs of life with the games leading up to their bye week. The Bengals come off a disappointing lose to the Browns and will look to rebound here.

Packers -2.5 @ Redskins

The Redskins are coming off an exhilarating win over division rivals, the Eagles, and McNabb will look to keep it up for his team. The Packers are coming off a close win over the Lions, but Aaron Rodgers is one of the best QB’s in the game. The spread is low here, so look for the Packers to cover.

Chiefs @ Colts -8

The Chiefs are coming off a bye week of the most surprising start in the NFL. They will look to continue their ways against the Colts and Peyton Manning, who are surprisingly at the bottom of their division right now. Peyton is playing very well, however the defense is not holding up. I think this will be a lot closer than most people think, thus I’m taking the Chiefs with a higher spread.

Falcons -3 @ Browns

The Falcons are one of the best teams in the NFL right now and it shows. Roddy White and Matt Ryan are on fire. The Browns played some good football last week, beating their division rivals, Cincinnati Bengals. I think the Falcons are just too much for the Browns to handle.

Broncos @ Ravens -7

The Ravens grinded out a good win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. Ray Rice has yet to show why he deserved to be a top 5 fantasy pick. The Broncos are playing good football so far, coming off a good win against the mid-level Titans. This spread is pretty high, so I’m taking the Broncos here.

Giants @ Texans -3

The Texans are coming off a win over the Raiders off another big performance from Arian Foster. He has shown that he is a top player in the NFL right now. The Giants are coming off a much needed win over the Bears, a game in which the defense finally stepped up and had their way with Jay Cutler. Eli is still retarded though. Giants win here, with the points.

Rams @ Lions -3

If this was a game last year, I would be talking about how bad both of these teams are and that this may be the only shot for either team to get a win. However this is not last year and I will not be saying that here. Both the Rams and Lions are playing pretty good football. Not top tier football, but pretty good. I’ve been impressed with every game the Lions have played this year, and I’ll be impressed after this game too.

Jaguars -1 @ Bills

This game will be one of those games that the Bills will actually have a chance of winning, and it may be their only win of the year too. Their schedule is really tough, but it doesn’t matter because they are absolute garbage. Maybe if they can get CJ Spiller into the game for once, they could produce some points. The Jaguars are coming off a surprising win over the Colts. Look for them to beat the Bills, for the Jaguars sake.

Bears -3 @ Panthers

The Giants absolutely had their way with Jay Cutler and the rest of the Bears team last week. They will look to bounce back this week against the Panthers, who showed up to play against the Saints last week. The Panthers running game finally showed up, but look for the Bears to be fired up and get a victory here.

Saints -7 @ Cardinals

The Saints are coming off a squeaker against the Panthers off the leg of newly signed veteran John Carney. The Cardinals may be the second worst team in the NFL, next to the garbage Bills. They took out Derek Anderson, a player they believed was better than Matt Leinart, for Max Hall. Who? Exactly! I would have just kept Leinart and let him flop around out there, but apparently they think they can do something with Anderson and Hall. Well, not this week.

Chargers -6 @ Raiders

The Chargers needed their blow-out win against the Cardinals last week to boost their confidence as a team. This will be their second AFC West game, as they are behind in the standings to the Broncos and Chiefs. The Raiders are battling some injuries, as well as some QB controversy, but it looks as if Gradkowski has it sealed for now. The Chargers will continue their winning ways, and hopefully another blowout. I won’t hold my breath though.

Titans @ Cowboys -6.5

The Cowboys got their first win of the year entering into their bye week. Their running game has been abysmal and they need to pick it up in order to contend for the NFC East title. Tony Romo can’t do it all himself every game. I’m picking the Titans because this spread is high and CJ needs to bounce back after his 2nd non-100 yd rushing game of the year.

Eagles @ 49ers -3.5

If Vick doesn’t get hurt, the Eagles give Donovan a rude homecoming and win that game. Kolb did not do poorly in replacing him, but he isn’t the NFC Player of the Month. San Fran almost had it against the Saints, but the good news for them is the defense played like the 49ers D was suppose to play like, holding the high powered Saints to only 16 points. I like the Eagles here with points especially.

Vikings @ Jets -4

The Jets are proving every week that they deserved to talk all the smack they did leading up into the season. It seems as if every week they are getting better. They play another tough game here against the Vikings, who have been the most disappointing team so far. Favre will look to lead his Vikings against his former team, yes the Jets, in hopefully a win that will resurge their season.

Lock of the Week- Atlanta Falcons

Record: 30-30-2 (7-7) Locks- 4 for 4

Friday, October 1, 2010

Contender or Pretender? NFL Week #4 Picks

Week 4

Lions @ Packers -14.5

Losing to the Bears was a bit of a shock to me for the Packers, even with the sloppy game they played. Their running game needs to step up for Rodgers to be as effective as he was last year, which made them a Super Bowl contender. I think they’ll win the game here, but the spread is too much to cover, especially with a Lions team that is putting points on the board and looking impressive this year.

Broncos @ Titans -6.5

The Titans seemed to have their way with the Giants D, scoring on all fronts. CJ had a bounce back game, but did not look as good as Vince Young’s bounce-back performance. The Bronco’s question marks at RB will mean that they will have to really on Kyle Orton, who played relatively well last week. The Titans will get this, but it’ll be a close game so they won’t cover.

Bengals -3 @ Browns

The Bengals are staying competitive in the tough AFC North and with this rivalry game, they will continue to be competitive. The Browns have not really shown anything this season, however with Wallace at QB I feel they have a better fighting chance then with Delhomme. With that said, it still won’t be enough for the Browns to overcome the Bengals in this one.

Panthers @ Saints -13.5

The Saints lost a heartbreaker to the Falcons on a Garrett Hartley missed FG. The Panthers still do not have any potential plan of attack, even with Clausen in now. Look for the Saints to bounce back and score at will against the lowly Panthers.

Ravens @ Steelers -1.5

Charlie Batch was throwing TDs left and right last week in his first start for the Steelers in years. This is going to be a defensive battle, so the team who can battle through will ultimately prevail. Flacco has been somewhat shaky this year so far, even with a nice bounce-back game last week. Look for the Steelers to continue their winning ways.

Jets -4.5 @ Bills

The Jets are turning it around since their disappointing Week 1 loss. This game should be no problem for the Jets as, yes you guessed it, the Bills are still garbage. They did seem to wake up a little bit when Fitzpatrick became the starter, but they are by far the worst team in the NFL. The Jets will easily cover this small spread.

49ers @ Falcons -6.5

It has been quite a shock at how bad the 49ers have been playing. A lot of people predicted them to win the sluggish NFC West, but not at this pass. The Falcons are looking like an elite team in the NFL and coming off a great win against the Saints, they should continue to do so.

Seahawks -1 @ Rams

The first place Seahawks look to stay atop the division going up against the Rams, who are coming off a surprising win against the Redskins. If the Seahawks can keep up their D, look for them to not only win this game handedly, but also stay atop the NFC West.

Colts -8.5 @ Jaguars

Peyton Manning is off to his best start of his career and that’s saying a lot since Peyton has been an elite QB in the league for the last 10 years or so. The Colts as a team on the other hand are struggling a little bit, mostly on the defensive side. They recently have been playing better though. The Jags have no chance here as they have no offensive fire power.

Texans -3 @ Raiders

The Texans suffered a minor bump in their plan to prove the league they are a greatly improved team with the loss to the Cowboys last week, however they get the Raiders this week. Gradkowski gave the Raiders some life, but it won’t be enough here to top the Texans.

Cardinals @ Chargers -8

The Chargers are prone to slow starts in their recent seasons so there should be no red flags here….yet. They usually do step up as the season progresses. They have some ground to make up in the AFC West as the Chiefs are off to a hot start. They should hopefully have no problem here against the Cardinals, however I’d caution with the high spread here.

Redskins @ Eagles -6

This is the game of the week by far. The return of McNabb to Philadelphia could not come any sooner. The Eagles are playing great football and are showing that they are the top dogs in the tough NFC East. Vick is playing like a man on fire. McNabb on the other hand will come out guns blazing. That’s why I’m taking the Redskins here, even though the Eagles will probably win.

Bears @ Giants -3

What is happening with the Giants? They go from a stellar defensive team, to a team that shows up like its playing with 5 people out there. Eli the Magnificant and Ahmad Bradshaw cannot carry the team when the defense is giving up 29 points to a team like the Titans. Cutler has stepped up so far this season and it shows with the Bears being unbeaten so far. I like the Bears here, especially with points.

Patriots -1 @ Dolphins

Brady and Moss have found the connection that led them to a Super Bowl years back. They came up short last week against the Jets. There looking to improve this week especially against division foes. The Dolphins can’t afford to lose any more ground in the tight AFC East. This game could go either way, but look for the Patriots to bounce-back and take it to the Dolphins.

Lock of the Week- New York Jets

Record: 23-23-2 (7-9) Locks- 3 for 3

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Get Er Done - Week # 3 Picks

Week 3

Bengals -3 @ Panthers

Looks like the Jimmy Clausen era has officially begun. That didn’t take too long. The Panthers are a struggling team right now, while the Bengals are a team competing to win the AFC North. Look for the Bengals to take the game.

49ers -1 @ Chiefs

The 49ers and Chiefs very well could be in opposite roles right now. The Chiefs are playing like a team that they haven’t seen in years, but how long can they really play this hot streak. I think the trail stops here as the 49ers put up a good effort against the Saints last week in a bounce-back game for the D.

Lions @ Vikings -10.5

Favre and the Vikings are still winless. Who would have thought that? I’m sure this is not what he signed back up for. The Vikings just don’t seem as explosive as they did last year, even with AP running like a beast. The Vikings will win here, but they won’t cover the spread, as surprisingly the Lions are playing very impressive football.

Cowboys @ Texans -2.5

How bout them Cowboys? The better question may be how bout them Texans?? The Texans are finally playing up to their potential on both sides of the ball. The Battle of Texas will be a good one as Big D does not want to lose another game and possibly their coach, but I think the Texans will take this one.

Falcons @ Saints -3.5

The defending champs are truly playing to their form, as they are the best team in football right now. This will be their first big test of the year, as the Falcons are playing some pretty good football too. Matt Ryan and Co. will put up some points, but not enough to overcome the Saints high-powered O.

Steelers -2.5 @ Buccaneers

Three games into the season and the Steelers are on their 3rd different QB. Charlie Batch will take the reins for this game, but I don’t think it will matter for the Steelers. The Bucs are playing good football, but the ship stops here as the Steelers are a much better team than any they faced this year so far. Look for the Steelers to win in usual fashion.

Browns @ Ravens -10.5

The Ravens absolutely exploded last game, and I don’t mean that in a good way. Flacco threw about 7 picks (give or take a few) and Boldin was m.i.a. The D played decent only giving up 15 points. Look for them to bounce back here and put up some points against the lowly Browns.

Titans @ Giants -3

Was the benching of Vince Young really needed? I mean do the Titans really expect to think that Kerry Collins can still play football? CJ saw his 13 game consecutive streak of 100yd rushing come to an end with the loss to the Steelers. The Giants could not even come close to stopping Peyton, but then again that is no easy task. The G-Men will play better than last week, but look for CJ and the Titans to build a little streak of their own here.

Bills @ Patriots -14

Three weeks into the season and yes, the Bills are still garbage. I feel bad for them though. They have played some pretty tough competition and it doesn’t help that they are in the toughest division in football. That being said however, no matter who they put at QB or RB, they are still a horrid team. I wasn’t sure if the Packers could cover last week, but since they did it gives me confidence going into this game, especially with the Pats coming off a loss to the Jets.

Eagles -3 @ Jaguars

This is what I have been waiting for the last 3 years. Vick is a starter again. He is by far the most exciting player to watch in the NFL. The Eagles are coming off a shootout with the Lions, while the Jaguars just got crushed by the Chargers last week. Look for Vick and the Eagles to excite the crowd and the scoreboard.

Redskins -3.5 @ Rams

Sam Bradford has been playing surprisingly well for the Rams, probably much better than anyone expected. McNabb has been playing like the old McNabb and has given some life to the Redskins in the tough NFC East. It seems like they are the team to beat. The Rams will put up a fight, but it won’t be enough to overcome the Redskins.

Chargers -5.5 @ Seahawks

The Chargers finally played like the team that they are suppose to be, scoring in buckets against the Jaguars. Vincent Jackson or not, the Chargers are still going to be throwing the ball like crazy. If Rivers cuts down on the INT’s, he’ll have a career year. The Seahawks did a complete 180 between Week 1 and 2, as they just got decimated by the Broncos. The Chargers are going to put up similar numbers like last week and take the game.

Raiders @ Cardinals -4.5

It wasn’t long before QB’s switch in Oakland, however I don’t know if I agree with the decision. What was the point of bringing Jason Campbell in if Bruce Gradkowski is just going to start again? Analysts said that the team had more life when Gradkowski was in, so I’m gonna play along too with that. The Cardinals have yet to show anything to prove they can win a game, let along score some points.

Colts -5.5 @ Broncos

Peyton Manning seemed unstoppable against little Eli and the Giants. The Broncos D has been playing well but it’s going to be tough to stop Manning and his crew, as usual. Plus the Colts can’t fall behind the Texans in the division this early in the season.

Jets @ Dolphins -1.5

The Jets finally backed up all the talk they had during training camp and held the Patriots in check. I don’t see why they can’t do it to the Dolphins as well, considering the Dolphins are a run heavy team and the Jets have the best run D in the game. The loss of Revis won’t be that much of a factor. The Dolphins have been playing good football, but are not scoring as many points they would need to be the Jets in this game.

Packers -3 @ Bears

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are on a mission this year: to make the Super Bowl and they sure as hell are playing well enough to do so. This is going to be a tough test for them, as last year Rodgers struggled real badly against the Bears. Jay Cutler has been a surprise story this year so far, as he has led the Bears to a 2-0 record. This is going to be a close game, but look for the Packers to continue in their quest for the trophy.

Lock of the Week- Philadelphia Eagles

Record: 16-14-2 (7-8-1) Locks: 2 for 2

Thursday, September 16, 2010

NFL Week # 2..surprises surprises

Here they are folks! Your Week #2 NFL Pciks!

Week 2

Eagles -5 @ Lions
The late second loss for the Lions will be disappointing, however I don’t think they can bounce back against a Vick-leaded Eagles offense. He looked good when he came in for the injured Kolb. This should be an exciting game to watch from the Eagles perspective.

Bears @ Cowboys -9
Cutler had an exciting game, as he was second in passing yards in the NFL in Week 1, but that was against the Lions. The Cowboys were below par in their performance against the Skins, and should be looking to bounce back and score some points against the Bears, however this spread may be too much for them to cover

Buccaneers @ Panthers -3
Matt Moore had too many turnovers for the Panthers, as the Jimmy Clausen era may be coming sooner than people think. Their run game looked good against the Giants but I think the Bucs will surprise here, trying to go 2-0.

Chiefs @ Browns -2
Gotta give props to the Chiefs D and special teams that looked awesome against the high-powered offense of the Chargers. The Browns didn’t do anything impressive in Week 1, in what I thought would be a win, against the Bucs. Look for the Chiefs to win the game, without the help of points if they play like last week.

Cardinals @ Falcons -7
It was a tough loss for the Falcons last week against the Steelers. The Cardinals just squeaked by the Rams last week. Look for Roddy White to have another monster game against the Cardinals.

Dolphins @ Vikings -6
The Dolphins held up my Lock Pick for Week 1 by being granted an intentional safety, as they beat the Bills. I thought they would handle them easily and put up more points. The Vikings on the other hand had no problem putting up points against the Saints solid D and should have no problem here.

Steelers @ Titans -5.5
CJ seemed to pick up where he left off from last year, having another monster game. The Steelers won an OT thriller on a Mendenhall 50-yd rush, which really surprised me. The Steelers D is still good, but look for CJ to have another good game in the Titans home opener.

Ravens -1.5 @ Bengals
Seems like the Ravens shocked the world when they beat the Jets last week. They didn’t shock me, in the low-scoring defensive trench war. Rice did not have a productive game, but who would against the Jets D, besides Boldin that is who had 100+yds. The Bengals had a shootout with the Patriots, but look for the Ravens here, especially with this low spread.

Bills @ Packers -14
These games are always tough to pick because a two touchdown spread is a tough swing either way. I’m taking the Packers here because let’s face it, the Bills are still garbage. Rodgers will recover from last week and Jackson will have no problem replacing Grant this week against a lowly Bills D.

Seahawks @ Broncos -3.5
The Pete Carol led Seahawks put up surprising points against a solid 49ers D in Week 1. Hasselback looked like the QB of old, while at the same time Orton for the Broncos put up a near 300yd passing game. Let’s see if the Seahawks can keep it rolling, getting some points here.

Rams @ Raiders -3.5

Campbell will do some good for the Raiders, who have desperately needed a solid QB after Rich Ganon retired (what a name drop). Their home here too so that will help and their also playing the Rams, which helped even more.

Jaguars @ Chargers -7.5
I’m not going to make excuses for the Chargers performance last week, but all I will say that it is tough to throw the ball 40 times in a game with a heavy downpour in your face. Just saying. The Jaguars will be a tough Week 2 opponent as the Chargers have had trouble stopping the run and MJD is as good as anyone in the league. Look for Rivers and the Bolts to bounce back and have a big game to get back to even.

Patriots -2 @ Jets
So Mark Sanchize thinks the Jets are going 15-1 the rest of the way? I don’t think so. They’ll be lucky if they can win 2 games in the next 5 weeks. Their D looked as good as advertised, but it’s that struggling O led by the Sanchize himself that will have Mike Tannenbaum pulling more of his hair out then he did during the Revis negotiations. Looks for Brady and the Pats to squeeze by here.

Texans -3 @ Redskins
What a performance by the Texans. They really surprised everyone by putting the numbers up they did against the Colts. McNabb looked McNabb-like against the Cowboys last week, but I don’t think it will be good enough here. Look for the Texans to stay on a role and make some noise from this week out.

Giants @ Colts -6
Manning v. Manning. A match-up that will be sure to excite Archie beyond belief, I’m sure. A better question to ask then who is going to win the game should be, who will Archie cheer for. Will he play both sides of the fence, or will be take a stand and cheer for his non-retarded looking son? That’s Peyton by the way. Peyton’s pissed about losing to the Texans I’m sure. If he put up 400+yds in that game, imagine what he will do against Eli and the Giants? 500+?? Don’t be surprised if he puts up numbers like Week 1 again.

Saints -6 @ 49ers
The Saints looked good against the Vikings in Week 1. The 49ers on the other hand, did not look good against the Seahawks. I wish Alex Smith the best as he has been through a lot in his life, but he needs to play like he did in the final weeks of the season last year if he wants to keep his job. The 49ers D also went M.I.A. They’ll show up here, but not enough to stop the Saints.

Lock of the Week- Kansas City Chiefs

Record: 9-6-1 (9-6-1)

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Don’t Bet On the Jets

With Super Bowl aspirations coming into the year, I personally cannot see how the Jets can expect to be a .500 team, let alone a Super Bowl contender. Though the recent season of Hard Knocks offered some interesting and exciting Jets entertainment, their performance in first game was nothing to write home about, showing an anemic offense and an undisciplined secondary.

The Jets D did what they are known to do, slowing down a pretty talented Raven’s group, however, despite their efficiently up front, a glaring weakness in the Jets defensive coat of armor was exposed. Penalties and an inexperienced defensive back in Kyle Wilson allowed Flacco to slice up the Jets in the passing game. With long completions to Heap and Boldin, Flacco was able to overcome the poor field position that the Raven’s continually had to fight against and help Baltimore squeak out a win.

Exciting football for a Monday night marquee matchup? Not at all.

The Jets almost had more penalty yards than yards on offense, with the refs truly being the stars of this match up. 176 total yards for the Jets, with only 74 yards passing. Ouch!

Now, with a defensive like the Jets have you can expect them to win some games, however, until Sanchez can grow up a little bit, I do not see how this team can consider itself Super Bowl bound, or even play off bound for that matter. Pretty pathetic display if you ask me and now with reporting breaking news that Chris Jenkins is out for the year (ACL tear), the Jets D beings to look a little softer up front.

With the next 5 games being New England, Miami, Buffalo, the Vikings, and Denver it is feasible to think the Jets could be 2-4 or even 1-5 going into their week #7 bye. Scary stuff for a team with such high hopes.

Are the Jets headed to the AFC east basement?? Oh wait, they already are there!

Let me know how you feel about this, because from where I’m sitting, the Jets have some serious work to do if they want to make some noise this year.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Lesbian Love Fest invades the Wild Wild West

On my recent trip to AC last weekend, I witnessed something that I only would have imagined in Vegas..An Asian Lesbian Love Fest!

Weird? Yes!
Intriguing? Not at All!

There is no arguing that the Asian culture monopolizes the casino floor, but this was certainly a first! Six butch ladies, practically getting it on at the blackjack table, taking away from the minimal ambiance that Bally’s offers ruining the gambling experience.

Now, I say to each their own, but this was seriously disgusting.

I don’t know how you all may feel about this, but imagine sitting at a table trying to play a game, and having these six, butt uglies, falling all over the place and slowing down the game.

Let me know what you think, because I was seriously going off the wall with this and wanted to make sure that I wasn’t crazy.