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What We Learned: NFL Week 10

I’m switching up the format of “What We Learned” so I can include every single NFL team instead of just a few.

AFC East

New York Jets – Soooo, about that Rex Ryan defense…

New England Patriots – Two words, vintage Brady.

Buffalo Bills – David Nelson’s touchdown catch and celebration with his cheerleader girlfriend was by far the highlight for the Bills.

Miami Dolphins – Two in a row! I like their chances to make it 3 at home against the sputtering Bills.

AFC West

Denver Broncos – John Fox obviously doesn’t trust Tim Tebow at all judging from the 55 rushes and only 8 pass attempts.

Kansas City Chiefs – So much for the surging Chiefs. No way they overcome the loss of Jamaal Charles and Matt Cassel, although anything is possible in this division.

Oakland Raiders – No Run-DMC, no problem.

San Diego Chargers – Can Philip Rivers play any worse? Another disappointing year.

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens – Joe Flacco’s 52 pass attempts + Ray Rice’s 5 rushing attempts = disaster.

Pittsburgh Steelers – Taking advantage of the Ravens’ inability to take the division by the throat.

Cleveland Browns – You know you’re having a bad year when you lose on a fumbled chip shot field goal snap.

Cincinnati Bengals – Young Andy Dalton more than held his own against a tough Steelers defense. Bright future for he and the young Bengals.

AFC South

Houston Texans – Matt Leinart takes over for the seriously injured Matt Schaub. The Texans just went from legitimate Super Bowl contender to just middle of the pack.

Indianapolis Colts – Another week, another loss, another step closer to getting LUCKy.

Tennessee Titans – Chris Johnson finally woke up. Let’s see if that serves as the catalyst for a strong second half of the season.

Jacksonville Jaguars – The Jags’ game plan: ride MJD.

NFC East

New York Giants – Key turnovers proved to be the difference.

Dallas Cowboys – Demolished the Bills and schedule is weak down the stretch. I look for the Boys to compete with the G-Men for the divisional title.

Philadelphia Eagles – Vick’s hurt, the defense is inconsistent, and the receivers are soft. No chance of the Eagles making the playoffs.

Washington Redskins – Mhmm, John Beck or Rex Grossman? That’s a problem.

NFC West

San Francisco 49ers – Alex Smith and the 49ers showed they can win by throwing the ball too.

St. Louis Rams – Bradford returns and brings a W with him.

Arizona Cardinals – John Skelton continues to impress at quarterback.

Seattle Seahawks – Another quality win for the 3-6 Seahawks. Their 3 wins are against: Ravens, Giants, and Cardinals.

NFC North

Chicago Bears – 4 game winning streak and definitely a legitimate contender in the NFC.

Green Bay Packers – What more can you say other than A-Rodg is tremendous and their undefeated.

Detroit Lions – Struggling as of late, have to find some sort of running game.

Minnesota Vikings – Please pound the rock with Peterson.

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons – What were you thinking, Mike Smith?!

New Orleans Saints – 2 game lead in the division after a gritty victory on the road in the ATL.

Tampa Bay Bucs – What has happened to Josh Freeman?

Carolina Panthers – Took a pounding against Tennessee. Cam needs help.

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  1. November 17, 2011 at 8:36 PM

    We learned the Eagles are CRAP, no LB’s is killing that defense… The Niners are playing well, very well… Green Bay looks unstoppable..

  2. November 17, 2011 at 6:55 PM

    Whatever happened to Josh Freeman has also happened to Joe Flacco. And as for the Texans, I don’t know how they can win with Leinart. He sucked when he was with the Cardinals so what’s changed?

    • November 17, 2011 at 8:35 PM

      Flacco is hot garbage… He only plays well against the Steelers which is 2 times a year. Come playoff time they can’t beat them. Must be frustrating to be a Ravens fan…

      • November 18, 2011 at 11:35 AM

        Completely agree on Flacco. Ive been saying this since day one. He’s the only thing standing in the way of a SB

    • November 18, 2011 at 11:37 AM

      Yea, the Texans are just lucky they’re in the AFC South. It’s gonna take a minor miracle for Leinart to win a playoff game. Freeman has taken a step back since last year and Flacco’s gota drive Ravens fans nuts with his inconsistent play. Thx for the comment guys

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