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Will the real Eagles and Falcons please stand up? Just when we all thought Philadelphia was in over their heads with a rookie quarterback and the Falcons were ready to join the league’s elite, they switch roles and play more like their opponent. As a result, Philadelphia is back in the thick of playoff talk while the Falcons have to be looked at as no better than a Jekyll and Hyde team. Who knows what they will be next week?

Denver 25 – New Orleans 23

Some teams always seem to figure a way to win while others find a way to lose. This was the case when Denver ran back a blocked PAT for a 2-point win over the cursed Saints. People can argue all they want about whether or not the play should have been whistled dead for running out of bounds, but you can bet the league will pass a rule ASAP that requires all players to wear black shoes. White shoes and a white sideline is a bit much for NFL refs and replay.

Tennessee 47 – Green Bay 25

This was another game that will likely be the turning or breaking point for these two teams. With a victory, Green Bay could have moved even with Minnesota and have everything to look forward to in the final weeks of the season. However, after the first eight weeks of inconsistent play and squabbling, this game marked the week the Packers called it a season.

This game was not close because the Packers have decided it is not worth the effort to push for a playoff spot that will only yield an early exit. Vacation sounds better to them. However, the Titans decided they do not care how bad others see them, they want to make the effort to win and push for the post season. I’m betting we will see more guys with that attitude playing in Green Bay next year.

Tampa Bay 36 – Chicago 10

One of the bright spots in the Chargers’ season, that saw San Diego residents reject their stadium proposal and the team turning in another sub-par season: defensive end Joey Bosa is proving he’s worth every penny of his contract.

One of the bright spots in the Chargers’ season, that saw San Diego residents reject their stadium proposal and the team turning in another sub-par season: defensive end Joey Bosa is proving he’s worth every penny of his contract.

Now that the Cubs have won a World Series, we can start the clock on how old our grand children will be when the Bears win another Super Bowl. At this rate, I am guessing they will be very old which is what all the losing has become for their fans. Meanwhile, the Bucs are still in the thick of things thanks mostly to playing Chicago and because Atlanta refuses to run away with the NFC South.

Miami 31 – San Diego 24

This game will be about as close to a playoff game as San Diego has this year because with the loss, they are pretty much dead in the water and can start thinking about next year. However, the surprising Dolphins keep winning and can now begin believing they have found the right formula to win in the NFL. It’s a pretty simple formula: just show up to play every week and know your opponents won’t half the time. This assures you eight wins out of the gate. Win half of the eight in which your opponent shows up and you are suddenly a 12 win team. How difficult is this to master?

Arizona 23 – San Francisco 20

Arizona wins for the fourth time this year which means little because they failed to do what just about everyone else does and that is run up 40 or more points on a horrible defense. As for San Francisco, all I can say is they just didn’’t suck as much this week as they usually do. This means some of them are starting to realize they are playing for a job in the league next year. Somehow I have to believe there will be a lot of guys on this squad looking for new work very soon.

Dallas 35 – Pittsburgh 30

On paper, Dallas did not need this win as bad as Pittsburgh did, but in reality, they did. Not only are they playing for home field advantage, they were looking to put to rest whether or not they can beat a well coached team with tons of playoff experience, with a rookie leading them. Unless Dak Prescott falls apart, this is now his team and Tony Romo can carry a clipboard and start thinking about where he wants to play next year. Let’s see, Cleveland, Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, …

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson would like you to know his team plans on winning Super Bowl LI

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson would like you to know his team plans on winning Super Bowl LI

Seattle 31 – New England 24

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