Peyton is back!
But my Tommy hurt his pretty nose. ( )
RGIII is all the rage in DC today. It's a great day to be a Redskins fan, but I won't go as far as my friends, who think this is the beginning of a golden era. Way too soon to tell.
I think I will have a snack and take a nap before I eat and go to sleep.
I'm thinking I'm the only Cowboys fan on this board That's all good. Been a fan for over 40 years, ain't gonna change now! (Even though my season is often over by October).
I am free of all prejudices. I hate everyone equally.~W. C. Fields
Nice to see Jay Cutler back to his usual self last night. Four picks and getting belligerent with his own teammates.
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the universe.
I was glad to see the Packers come back strong after their loss to the 49ers last week.
Awesome!You're not alone, I'm a Cowboys fan living in DC! I used to nickname my dog "DeBarkus Ware" during the football season.
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3735 and counting.
Slightly Wounding Banana list cont: MacMadame.
At this point, it looks like the Raiders are on the clock for the worst team in the league. Two pathetic performances out of two tries. Sheesh, they can't blame this on an aging Al Davis anymore...
Baltimore should truly be kicking themselves for losing today.
Amazing that the Eagles are up 2 games with at least nine turnovers, some of them hilariously sloppy.
Too bad RG3 couldn't pull out another win today, but he still had some good moments. The Skins overall still need significant improvements, especially with defense.
Peyton's throws are lacking in arm strength. Those passes were brutal. Obviously he has not regained all of the strength in his arm as of yet.
Those 3 interceptions in the first quarter and the penalties really hurt Denver. Great comeback in the second half, but they were just too far behind. I hope Peyton gets the kinks out soon, it looks like they have a tough schedule this year.
Nice article about ex Cowboys quarterback Joe Kitna going back to his high school to teach and run the football program.
"The Devil is joining in, and that's never a good sign." Phil Liggett