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NFL Week 2 Recap

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Another solid weekend of NFL football and less than a week until our knig Mike Vick is back on the field, where he belongs….

Giants 33, Cowboys 31 – The G-Men spoiled America’s teams home-opener in the new Cowboys stadium. Jerry Jones had to be salty considering the billion plus dollars he spent on the 8th wonder of the world and the fact that a crowd the size of a respectable city came out to see their team get serviced. Tis Tuff.

Jets 16, Patriots 9 – Rex Ryan was talking a lot of heat this offseason but he backed it up, helping the Jets snap an 8-game home losing streak vs the Patriots that goes back to 2000. Tom Brady looked decent, but its becoming obvious that his knee is shadier than expected.

Vikings 27, Lions 13 – For a brief moment we thought the Lions might have a chance, then reality set in. After opening the game with a 10-0 lead, Detroit gave up 27 straight points. Brett Favre also set an NFL record with his 271st consecutive start.

Bengals 31, Packers 24 – Who Dey? The Bengals rebounded from a tough loss last weekend to service the Pack in Lambeau for the first time in team history. There is nothing better than when Ochocinco does a leap into the stands at an opposing team’s stadium. Unome! to Antwan Odom, who had 5 sacks in the game…

Saints 48, Eagles 22 – Drew Brees on some Tom Brady ‘ish right now. 9 touchdown passes in his first 2 games….sheeeeeeeeeeit! That ties an NFL record for the most in the first 2 games of the season. Eagles fans shouldn’t take this loss too bad. Kevin Kolb is wack but none of that will matter now that #7 is back.

Bears 17, Steelers 14 – Jay Cutler bounced back from a nasty Week 1 outing to lead the Bears to the victory. Some say they could win the NFC North. We say not likely.

Ravens 31, Chargers 26 – The Ravens Defense is way too sick, but the offense doesn’t look that bad either. Willis McGahee and Ray Rice are a solid tandem.

Falcons 28, Panthers 20 – Tony Gonzalez might be the best thing to come to Atlanta since the return of the Freaknik. Meanwhile the Panthers need to look at some other options for quarterback, because Jake Delhomme looks like a boo boo sandwich…with cheese.

Texans 34, Titans 31 – Even though the Titans lost, we got to give it up to “Every Coaches Dream” Chris Johnson for helping many-a-square in their fantasy leagues this week. 284 scrimmage yards and 3 TD’s, that dude is a beast.

Bills 33, Buccaneers 20– T.O. got his first touchdown as a Bill and the 140th of his career. Running back Fred Jackson looked something like Marshawn Lynch as the Bills bounced back from a tough loss last week to the Patriots.

49ers 23, Seahawks 10 – Frank Gore served the Seahawks like a gas station attendant, going for 207 rush yards including 2 touchdown runs of 70+ yards. In case you’re wondering, Barry Sanders is the only other dude to ever do that in a game.

Broncos 27, Browns 6 – The Broncos are making the Josh McDaniels hire look good but it probably won’t last. The Browns might want to give Derek Anderson a look.

Cardinals 31, Jaguars 17 – Kurt Warner pretty much busted the Jags asses, setting a new NFL record with a 92.3 completion percentage. All we have to say to Jack Del Rio might be hollering at some Big Gulps sooner than later.

Raiders 13, Chiefs 10 – We told you the Silver and Black may be back, and by that we meant they can win at least 6 games this year. But then again the Chiefs are playing in Kansas Shitty, so don’t get your hopes up just yet.

Redskins 9, Rams 7 – This game was hard to watch, eerily similar to a Dane Cook comedy show.

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