xbay wrote:1) Vick's return to Atlanta was mixed, but the boos drained out any cheers. He came back and did what he used to for them... ran and passed for a TD. Do you guys think he's messing with Donovan McNabb's rhythm?
Nah, he's just another weapon for Philly. And not a big one. They're using him more with Jackson and Westbrook out, but that's about it.
I'm pretty sure he won't be back next year, tho. McNabb is the man in Philly (and he deserves it), and Vick is just trying to get his legs back. But he'll have to show it somewhere else next season.
xbay wrote:2) Is it possible that we're going to see two undefeated teams heading into the postseason?
Entirely possible. Haven't checked the Colts schedule, but the Saints only have one tough game remaining (against Dallas, but at home). The other three, at three NFC South matches (at Atlanta, at Carolina and vs the Bucs), and they should definitely win them all.
Don't know about the Colts schedule, but I remember it wasn't that hard, so it's pretty likely will have two undefeated teams heading into the playoffs.
xbay wrote:3) What's wrong with the Patriots and finishing games?
They're not that good anymore. I think they're missing Rodney Harrison a lot more than they thought they'd do. Haven't been the same in D since he retired.
Oh, and Miami is a good team, let's give them that.
xbay wrote:4) What's wrong with the Steelers; losers of 4 straight?
I posted about it in the Raiders thread. Not only this one, but they also lost at KC. The Ravens one, I can take it... but those two Ls are pretty bad.
And, on paper, they should have been even better this year, with new weapons on Mendenhall and Mike Wallace... but their O-line hasn't improved as expected and their D is not as good as it once was. In part, it's due to Polamalu's injuries... but I refuse to believe he's the only reason for their record.
xbay wrote:5) Where were these Redskins at the beginning of the season? Put the thanks to the offensive ball movement on Sherman Lewis. Is Zorn's job safe, still?
I'd still bet for Zorn's firing after the season. The Redskins D is pretty good, their O is still a joke. These last game was a bit misleading, because Nawlins' was without 4 starters on D, and I've got the feeling they coasted a bit.
xbay wrote:6) If you were the Super Bowl were today with the Saints and Colts going against each other, who you got?
Saints. The Colts did a great job against the Titans, but it's not even close with New Orleans.
Although the Saints have to get everybody back and healthy on D, because their secondary is so banged up that they'd have trouble stopping Manning if the game were tomorrow.