RobbUnfiltered Weekly NFL One-Liners: Week 2

Week 2: QBs gets benched, battered, and broken.

Arizona Cardinals (0-1-1) — The best winless team.

Atlanta Falcons (1-1) — Julio Jones earns his big payday on one play.

Baltimore Ravens (2-0) — Did I say pump the brakes? I meant fire up the bandwagon.

Buffalo Bills (2-0) — The new kings of New York win two in the Meadowlands.

Carolina Panthers (0-2) — Cam Newton is not healthy, which makes the Panthers one-dimensional.

Chicago Bears (1-1) — Never has a fan base been happier to see a kick sail through the uprights than Bears’ fans.

Cincinnati Bengals (0-2) — The Bengals are back to being the Bungals.

Cleveland Browns (1-1) — Winning ugly is still a win.

Dallas Cowboys (2-0) — Remember when everyone thought Dak Prescott was just an average QB?

Denver Broncos (0-2) — Denver’s defense will keep them in games. There, I said something nice about the Broncos.

Detroit Lions (1-0-1) — In beating the Chargers, the Lions have peaked.

Green Bay Packers (2-0) — New game plan is to play well for one quarter and then hold on for dear life.

Houston Texans (1-1) — Carlos Hyde runs wild on Jacksonville as the Texans top the Jags.

Indianapolis Colts (1-1) — Jacoby Brissett wasn’t impressive except when it mattered by going 3-3 in the Red Zone with 3 passing TDs.

Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2) — Tick-Tock Doug Marrone—he’s stunting the growth of Gardner Minshew and mishandling Jalen Ramsey.

Kansas City Chiefs (2-0) — They can just turn it on and off whenever they want.

Los Angeles Chargers (1-1) — Losses to the Detroit Lions are why I can never really take the Chargers seriously.

Los Angeles Rams (2-0) — You can’t blame the Rams for the refs giving them all the breaks.

Miami Dolphins (0-2) — Good news for the Fins…they play the Redskins and the Giants.

Minnesota Vikings (1-1) — It’s just too easy to go after Kirk Cousins every week. It’s not like he threw an INT in the end zone or anything stupid like that.

New England Patriots (2-0) — This week’s “pump the brakes” special…Too early to say that they will go undefeated.

New Orleans Saints (1-1) — No Drew Brees means a little less partying in New Orleans this season.

New York Giants (0-2) — Eli gave them two unlikely Super Bowl wins against the Pats but it’s time to move on.

New York Jets (0-2) — Luke freaking Faulk. I can’t recall when a team was on it’s third string QB in Week 2 in my lifetime.

Oakland Raiders (1-1) — Now that was the Raiders team we were expecting to see this season.

Philadelphia Eagles (1-1) — The Eagles are so banged up, they weren’t even able to hold a full practice on Wednesday of this week. I’m not wishing this on him, but it is only a matter of time before Carson Wentz pulls up lame.

Pittsburgh Steelers (0-2) — And life without Big Ben begins this week.

San Francisco 49ers (2-0) — Will the real 49ers please stand up?

Seattle Seahawks (2-0) — The Seahawks get two close wins to open the season and those might make all the difference in the end.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1) — With trouble in Carolina and New Orleans, all of the sudden, the Bucs don’t look so shitty.

Tennessee Titans (1-1) — Starting a fire on your home turf before the game is a bad omen.

Washington Redskins (0-2) — It’s hard to win when rabid Cowboys fans were behind their squad all afternoon cheering them on like the 12th man should. Oh, wait, that game was at FedEx Field. SMH…

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