from the easy chair
NFL Sunday ticket, a quick remote, a stronger thumb than
Kurt Warner and three TVs.
Time for some channel surfing.
The Chargers are leading a charmed life. First
the Bungles, then the Texans. Next up a winnable game
in Arizona. I thought fifth place schedules were a thing
of the past?
The Titans QB McNair rams head-first into equipment
and the bench on the Cowboys sideline and left the game
briefly. He should have stayed out.
I guess Cowboys coach Dave Campo has a job for
at least one more week.
The Jags Jimmy Smith on training camp and pre-season.
Who needs it?
Offensive genius Brian Billicks
Baltimore offense has now produced seven points in two
games and zero in the last 7 quarters.
Until the Steelers learn to contain the pass, teams
are going to throw 40-50 times a game on them.
The Rams look like a team coached by a very stubborn
man trying to prove everyone wrong.
Anyone still second-guessing the Panthers decision
to start journeyman Rodney Peete at QB?
Chicago and Atlanta are both legitimate playoff
contenders, and the Falcons QB Michael Vick is the real
The Broncos have still yet to play well and have
defeated the Rams and the 49ers. How dangerous are they
going to be when they get on track?
The Pats are playing unbelievable football. Their
offense has now caught their defense.
The New York football Giants are a dangerous football
team. If they can limit their turnoverslook out.
Buffalo is going to score a bunch of points this
season and be a fun team to watch.
Until Kurt Warners thumb heals (if it ever
heals) a heavy dose of Marshall Faulk is in order or they
will be home watching the playoffs.
Games to watch next week:
New Orleans at Chicago
Buffalo at Denver
Washington at San Francisco
(CK Rairden can be reached by email