Ron Glover’s Player of the Week, Ted Ginn Jr.
Ted Ginn Jr. of the Miami Dolphins pulled in seven catches for 175 yards as the Miami Dolphins knocked off the Buffalo Bills 25-16 in the Week 8 Predictions Upset Special.
The Cowboys were able to get back into the win column yesterday as was the rest of the NFC East.
Seahawks 34 – Niners 13:
Head coach Mike Singletary made his presence felt yesterday by benching J.T. O’Sullivan late in the first half and pulling Vernon Davis after a unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.
Giants 21 – Steelers 14:
The absence of Santonio Holmes was huge. The Giants defense forced four interceptions, Mathias Kiwanuka notched three of the Giants five sacks.
Texans 35 – Bengals 6:
Texans receiver Andre Johnson is putting up numbers (11/143) similar to what his counterpart Chad Johnson is used to.
Browns 23 – Bengals 17:
The Browns are now in the mix of about seven or eight teams who will be fighting for two playoff spots coming down the stretch.
Eagles 27 - Falcons 14:
I would hate to think of what may have happened if the Falcons had a timeout to review that “muffed” punt late in the game.
New York Jets 28 – Chiefs 24:
I guess for the next week we’ll have to hear about how Brett Favre’s fourth quarter heroics saved Gotham’s Jets from doom.
Saints 37 – Chargers 32:
Drew Brees gets revenge on his former team to the tune of 339 yards and three touchdowns.
Patriots 23 – Rams 16:
Randy Moss and Wes Welker combined for 14 catches for 179 yards. The Rams hung around well into the fourth quarter.
Dolphins 25 – Bills 16:
The Bills blew it in the fourth quarter by committing three turnovers and giving up a safety on consecutive drives.
Redskins 25 - Lions 17:
Jason Campbell snapped out of whatever funk he was in to have a great game yesterday. Clinton Portis and Santana Moss played huge roles in the victory.
Cowboys 13 – Bucs 9:
The Cowboys were able to grind out a much needed win over a Bucs team that was unable to do anything on the ground.
Panthers 27 – Cardinals 23:
Two second half Cardinals turnovers were the difference in one of the best games of the day.
Ravens 29 - Raiders 10:
Quarterback Joe Flacco threw for a touchdown and rushed for another while the defense, shut down the Oakland running game (47 yds).