Yesterday was a day of movement in the NFL, the N.Y. Jets officially moved the Tennessee Titans from the ranks of the unbeaten with a stunning win on the road. In Baltimore, Eagles coach Andy Reid moved his quarterback Donovan McNabb one step closer to the door by benching him with the Eagles down only three points at the half. Finally the Giants continue to move closer to the division title with a hard fought win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Ravens 36 – Eagles 7: When your head coach of 10 years doesn’t have the balls to tell you you’re being benched. He looses the right IMO to make a decision on who starts the next game.
Colts 23 – Bolts 20: Indianapolis is back in the playoff picture, while possibly knocking the Chargers out.
N.Y. Giants 37 – Cardinals 29: I’m convinced that that this team is a fine tuned machine.
Redskins 20 – Seahawks 17: The ‘Skins come away with a win in a nail-biter as Ledell Betts nearly fumbled away the game.
Falcons 45 – Panthers 28: The Falcons have made the race in the NFC Dirty South interesting.
Raiders 31 – Broncos 10: You see what happens when Jamarcus Russell gets a little run support.
Bucs 38 – Lions 20: Going 0 for 16 is looking like a real possibility for the Lions right now.
Vikings 30 – Jags 12: Jack Del Rio needs to get in line right behind Andy Reid for worst coaching job this season.
Bears 27 – Rams 3: Matt Forte is the reason the Bears are in the playoff hunt.
Bills 54 – Chiefs 31: I guess the Bills got tired of hearing about coughing up the division.
N.Y. Jets 34 – Titans 13: Are the Jets the best team in the AFC right now.
Cowboys 35 – Niners 22: Yesterday’s performance should keep T.O. quiet for two weeks.
Texans 16 – Browns 6: Andre Johnson may be the most consistant receiver in football.
Patriots 48 – Dolphins 28: Randy Moss made the Miami secondary his own private playground yesterday.
Steelers 27 – Bengals 10: The Steelers prepare for a stretch run with dates against the Patriots, Cowboys and Ravens.