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Cam Newton

The Carolina Panthers put on a show Monday night. We, the NFL fans, were treated to an outstanding football game between the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots. I was a little surprised at how well Carolina played on both sides of the football. Cam Newton had an outstanding game. He made very few mistakes. I think this makes the Carolina Panthers a legitimate football team to make the playoffs. (Yes, there was a controversial play at the end of the game. In my opinion, there should’ve been a pass interference penalty call. In spite of this, the Panthers held their own and played extremely well. Oh, that reminds me. Tom Brady was caught on camera berating the NFL official with a profanity-laced emotional argument. I suspect this will cost him a couple of thousand dollars.)

Personally, I believe that the NFL turns out a relatively mediocre product. All teams have to do is a few little tweaks in order to make their mediocre product a little bit better and that will follow them into the playoffs. This keeps everybody interested. It sells tickets.

One of the most anticipated football games of the year was the Kansas City Chiefs versus the Denver Broncos. The big question was – could the ferocious defense of the Kansas City Chiefs slow down the Denver Broncos? The answer was sort of. The Denver Broncos did not score 40 or 50 points. On the other hand, they weren’t held to 17 points either. Peyton Manning had a good night. The Kansas City defense did not get close to Peyton Manning all night long. The other big question was whether the Kansas City Chiefs could generate enough offense. The answer was no. In my opinion, I think the problem was with the Kansas City receivers. They just never seemed to get separation. Because of this, Alex Smith held the ball far too long, which resulted in Alex Smith running for his life as he was flushed from the pocket or a quarterback sack. The good news for the Kansas City Chiefs is that they play the Denver Broncos again, in two weeks. Hopefully, Kansas City will figure out a way to generate some sort of passing offense which will open up the running game.

The Dallas Cowboys did not lose last week!

I feel sorry for the Atlanta Falcons. Many “experts” had picked the Atlanta Falcons to go deep into the playoffs and possibly go to the Super Bowl. Something happened. I can’t put my finger on it. The team has simply fallen apart. I don’t know whether they simply got old. I know that they are decimated with injuries. Unfortunately, the Atlanta Falcons look awful.

By |2013-11-21T19:43:36-04:00November 20th, 2013|NFL|Comments Off on NFL – Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs and more

NFL: Who’s Hot?

I’m chilling at home watching the NFL. The Green Bay Packers are absolutely throttling the Minnesota Vikings. I’m sorry, but in my opinion Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, followed by Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.

Who’s Hot?
Kansas City Chiefs – I know there’s a lot of craziness surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs. There are those “experts” who believe that the Kansas City Chiefs haven’t really played anybody. As far as I know, you’re responsible for planning the people in your schedule. Kansas City Chiefs are playing lights out on defense. They’re playing solid special teams. Their offense has not been turning the ball over. This is a winning formula. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Baltimore Ravens of a couple years ago immediately come to mind as teams that won with great defense and who often simply didn’t turn the ball over. Do not go to sleep on the Kansas City Chiefs as long as Alex Smith is their quarterback. He may manage them all the way to a Super Bowl. (more…)

By |2013-10-28T20:34:16-04:00October 27th, 2013|NFL|Comments Off on NFL: Who’s Hot?

Monday Morning News Roundup

Monday Morning News Roundup

DeMarco Murray celebrates a touchdown

The Dallas Cowboys are really playing some awful football. Fortunately for the Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles are even worse. The Cowboys are a different team when DeMarco Murray is playing. There was some great football yesterday. The Denver Broncos continue to roll with Peyton Manning. The New England Patriots with Tom Brady are poised for another playoff run. I’m not sure what’s going on with the Baltimore Ravens, who had a great opportunity to knock off the wounded Pittsburgh Steelers. That simply didn’t happen. Russell Wilson, quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, continues to make plays. He was instrumental in the upset victory over the Chicago Bears. I cannot explain why the San Francisco 49ers cannot thoroughly trounce the St. Louis Rams. They can’t. As a matter fact, the Rams played like a playoff team in beating the 49ers.

John Boehner states the obvious – the House is not going to give up their main leverage tool in budget negotiations, the debt ceiling. The White House and Democrats would have to ante up an arm and a leg, and even that might not be enough to move the debt ceiling from partisan politics.

What is this strategic plan for a liberal/progressive future? (more…)

By |2013-11-03T18:17:44-04:00December 3rd, 2012|Economy, NFL|Comments Off on Monday Morning News Roundup
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