Archive for November, 2009

Dixon’s OT Pick, Late Defensive Letdown Dooms Steelers in 20-17 Loss to Ravens

In the end, it was a game effort, but the Steelers simply could not find enough to overcome a critical overtime interception in falling to the Ravens in Baltimore 20-17. The team held a 17-14 lead and the Ravens had a fourth down with just over three minutes left, but Joe Flacco hit Ray Rice […]

Big Fourth Quarter Allows Bills To Trample Dolphins 31-14

Offense finally paid a visit to Ralph Wilson Stadium Sunday as the Miami Dolphins visited the Buffalo Bills. As of late, the Bills have began to pick up their offense, with the help of wide receiver Terrell Owens. Sunday afternoon wouldn’t be much different as Owens’ touchdown reception with 2:23 left in the game allowed […]

Thoughts From the Bears Beating in Minnesota 36-10

With the taste of today’s Purple Pounding still fresh in my mouth, I had to share my growing list of frustrations with the rest of Bears Nation. Okay people, let the healing begin… When your pass rush can’t rush the passer and your O-line can’t open a running lane or protect your franchise QB, you’re […]

Banged Up Falcons Rally Late for 20-17 Win Over Bucs

It may have not been a thing of beauty, but without franchise QB Matt Ryan and RB Michael Turner, the Falcons will take a win anyway they can get it. Sunday they did just that. Led by backup QB Chris Redmen, the Falcons outlasted the game Tampa Bay Bucs at home 20-17 to move to […]

San Diego Slams Kansas City for 6th Straight Win 43-14

The Chargers continued to make their way all the way back as they rocked the rival KC Chiefs at home Sunday, winning easily 43-14. The team took advantage of four KC turnovers, turning them into scores. One of the scores was a 40-yard fumble return by safety Paul Oliver, and LaDainian Tomlinson scored two touchdowns […]

28 Unanswered Points Help Colts Clinch AFC South, Corral Texans 35-27

One thing is for certain about the Indianapolis Colts: they have seemed to be able to beat their opponents in just about every conceivable way possible – or so it seems. During Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium, that analogy was definitely put to the test. Down by 13 points at halftime, […]

Young Pulls Off a Crazy Final Drive as Titans Top Cardinals 20-17

In a sort of replay of the Rose Bowl from 2006, Vince Young once again outdueled Matt Leinart, and again did it in dramatic fashion as the Titans beat the Arizona Cardinals 20-17. It’s the first time that a team that started 0-6 has won five straight, but that’s exactly what the Titans have done […]

Cleveland Run Over By Bengals in Cincy 16-7 Win

The last time the Browns played the Bengals, they took their AFC North rival to overtime. Sunday in Cincy, the fight was there again, but this time the Bengals made sure to put the Browns away before the end of four quarters, walking away with a 16-7 win. The Browns offense, which was able to […]