Archive for September, 2007

Romo’s heroics lift Dallas over St. Louis 35-7

The Dallas Cowboys seem to find creative ways to win games these days. Not lost in all of this was a wild scramble by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo that would remind older Cowboys fans of former QB Roger Staubach. It went like this: Romo chased an errant snap from center, kicking the ball along the […]

Cards Have Edge in 21-14 Win Over Steelers

  While I am still not a fan of switching QB’s around like Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is currently doing with Matt Leinart and Kurt Warner, the stragety worked on Sunday. The Cardinals used both QB’s in key touchdown drives that helped out as Arizona improved to 2-2 with a 21-14 home win over the […]

Anderson’s 2 TD passes lead Browns to 27-13 win over Ravens

The much-maligned Cleveland Browns may have finally gotten the monkey off their back, after all. After years of no respect, the Browns gave the proverbial “black-eye” to one of the AFC North’s perennial powerhouses, or bullies, depending on who you ask. Fueled by Browns quarterback Derek Anderson’s two touchdown passes and a TD run by […]

24 second-half points lift Indianapolis over Denver 38-20

The Indianapolis Colts, once again showing their flawless execution, took the Denver Broncos’ best shot, yet the Broncos couldn’t capitalize on an early 10-0 first quarter lead. Some surprise reinforcements after a slew of injuries and some masterful ball control (the Colts scored on six of their last eight possessions) propelled the Colts to a […]

Harrington throws 2 TD’s, leads Falcons to 26-16 win over Texans

The Atlanta Falcons for a change won a game without a quarterback named Vick or Schaub. An efficient Joey Harrington threw for two touchdowns, and kicker Morten Andersen kicked 4 field goals as the Falcons won their first game of the year, defeating the visiting Houston Texans 26-16. The Falcons’ Harrington, who took over as […]

Lynch and Edwards Leads Bills to 17-14 Win over Jets

The winless streak in Western New York finally came to an end this afternoon as the Bills Defense put 4 quarters of fearless D along with a masterful performance by Rookie Trent Edwards and a late game interception the Bills hung on to a 17-14 win. The first half was played to a draw along […]

Week 4 Preview, New England at Cincinnati

The New England Patriots enter Paul Brown Stadium with a plethora of offense at their disposal that they intend to use against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night. I think it is safe to say that barring a total collapse of Randy-Moss proportions (pun semi-intended), the PAtriots will visit yet again the postseason. The Bengals, […]

Week 4 Preview, Philadelphia at New York Giants

The Philadelphia Eagles (1-2)are looking to sustain their momentum, beginning with their 56-21 shellacking of the Detroit Lions last weekend, as they face the New York Giants (1-2) at the Meadowlands tonight, with the winner going to .500 and try to keep up with the NFC East-leading Dallas Cowboys. The face of the Eagles is […]