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Lord Helmet
09-14-2008, 02:24 AM
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Buffalo at Jacksonville

:bills: (1-0)

:jaguars: (0-1)

Time: 1:00 PM ET

Location: Jacksonville Stadium, Jacksonville, FL

Television: :cbssports:


New England at New York Jets

:patriots: (1-0)

:jets: (1-0)

Time: 4:15 PM ET

Location: Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Television: :cbssports:

Tennessee at Cincinnati

:titans: (1-0)

:bengals: (0-1)

Time: 1:00 PM ET

Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

Television: :cbssports:

San Diego at Denver

:chargers: (0-1)

:broncos: (1-0)

Time: 4:15 PM ET

Location: Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO

Television: :cbssports:

Shade
09-14-2008, 10:46 AM
I think Favre can drop 3.

The Jets should win. Even if Cassell ends up being the second (third?) coming, it's likely to take him a few games to get into the groove.

Lord Helmet
09-14-2008, 05:03 PM
:patriots: 6
:jets: 0

10:00, 2nd QTR

First down, Jets on a Favre bullet pass.

1st and goal, now and a Patriot player is injured.

ilive4sports
09-14-2008, 07:39 PM
Well the Patriots win 19 to 10. I didnt see most of the game, but is this the same old Jets just with a different QB?

San Diego got screwed. Twice. I miss the whole unable to review play, but that was clearly a fumble by Jay Cutler, clearly. And now the Broncos win because they had another chance at scoring and did.

Slick Pinkham
09-14-2008, 08:05 PM
Well the Patriots win 19 to 10. I didnt see most of the game, but is this the same old Jets just with a different QB?


good solid defense and mistake-free football.

Hilarious that Jets fans and the Post (or Daily News?) had the huge back page photo of Tom getting hurt and celebrating the Jets great opportunity.

Then come Sunday, and it's "same ole, same ole"

:rockon:

avoidingtheclowns
09-14-2008, 08:20 PM
San Diego got screwed. Twice. I miss the whole unable to review play, but that was clearly a fumble by Jay Cutler, clearly. And now the Broncos win because they had another chance at scoring and did.

well the refs agreed it was a fumble. the problem was that it was initially whistled dead when it hit the ground before the chargers recovered. which means that it is essentially like fumbling and having it rolled out of bounds. so it was a blown call that unfortunately couldn't be completely reversed. at least thats what i understood.

DrBadd01
09-14-2008, 08:23 PM
good solid defense and mistake-free football.

Hilarious that Jets fans and the Post (or Daily News?) had the huge back page photo of Tom getting hurt and celebrating the Jets great opportunity.

Then come Sunday, and it's "same ole, same ole"

:rockon:

I have to say that I expected the Patriots to win today. I was hoping the Jets would pull it out, but I have learned my lesson. Everytime New England has a chip on their shoulder they are very hard to beat; today was one such occasion. They have proved their point now. Lets see them keep this up. . . . I don't think that they can.

ilive4sports
09-14-2008, 09:36 PM
well the refs agreed it was a fumble. the problem was that it was initially whistled dead when it hit the ground before the chargers recovered. which means that it is essentially like fumbling and having it rolled out of bounds. so it was a blown call that unfortunately couldn't be completely reversed. at least thats what i understood.

I know it couldn't be over turned but the refs still blew the game for San Diego.