Week 4: Dangerous days are ahead as the hot seats get hotter for Dan Quinn, Jay Gruden, Mike Zimmer, Ron Rivera, Mike Tomlin, and Bill O’Brien.
Arizona Cardinals (0-3-1) — Fun to watch, but at some point they have to pull of a win and this is the week to do it against the Bungals.
Atlanta Falcons (1-3) — Too much talent to be 1-3.
Baltimore Ravens (2-2) — Good teams win games at home against division rival that they could have buried in the standings—I guess I was wrong about the Ravens.
Buffalo Bills (3-1) — They look like they are for real on defense but their offense is going to hold them back.
Carolina Panthers (2-2) — Kyle Allen is the QB for this team and if Ron Rivera puts Cam Newton back under center, he deserves to be run out of town.
Chicago Bears (3-1) — Chase Daniel comes in for the injured Mitch Trubisky and makes it look easy and the defense did the rest.
Cincinnati Bengals (0-4) — This team is bad and not having A J Green just makes them worse—looking at their schedule they may have a chance at two wins (Oakland and Miami).
Cleveland Browns (2-2) — Don’t believe the hype because this locker room is one blowout away from imploding.
Dallas Cowboys (3-1) — Dak did not do himself any favors Sunday in his contract negotiations—nor did Jason Garrett.
Denver Broncos (0-4) — Ok, so last week I was really hard on Joe Flacco—I’m not going to beat that dead horse—especially since he passed for 303 yards and 3 TDs…but I will question John Elway’s handling of this team from coaching choices to QBs he run out there (except Peyton Manning) to recent draft picks.
Detroit Lions (2-1-1) — I guess it’s time to admit that the Lions are for real…words I thought I’d never type post Barry Sander and Calvin Johnson.
Green Bay Packers (3-1) — The Pack needed to put down the Eagles at home to show that they are a true player in the NFC this year—they go back to pretender in my book.
Houston Texans (2-2) — Bill O’Brien is as horrible a GM as he is a coach and the Texans only identity is that they are a mediocre team pretending to be a top flight team.
Indianapolis Colts (2-2) — This team limped into this game missing a number of key performers—I still believe in this well coached Colts squad.
Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2) — How frustrated the Jags must be to have spent all that money on Nick Foles when their true savior is Gardner Minshew.
Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) — The Lions gave the rest of the league some tape on how to possibly beat the Chiefs.
Los Angeles Chargers (2-2) — The Chargers are garbage—this team should be 4-0 but they’re on the road to 8-8.
Los Angeles Rams (3-1) — The Rams defense let them down this week but Sean McVay, being the good coach that he is, got in front of it and called himself out—that is the mark of a winner.
Miami Dolphins (0-4) — Good news for the Fins…you will beat the Redskins and possible the Bungals.
Minnesota Vikings (2-2) — Vikings fans now know what Redskins fans knew… Kirk Cousins is a nice QB and the majority of his big stats came at the end of games that they were losing and he can’t beat teams with winning records and he can’t win games on the big stage… otherwise, he’s a nice QB.
New England Patriots (4-0) — The Hoodie and TB12 were not happy with their performance in Buffalo, so don’t be shocked if they put at least 50 points on the Redskins.
New Orleans Saints (3-1) — No touchdowns, no problem…the Saints defense is playing out of its mind…that was not a pushover offense in Dallas.
New York Giants (2-2) — Danny Dimes didn’t look so great this week but they were playing the Redskins, so this was the perfect week to have growing pains.
New York Jets (0-3) — The Jets had the week off but still have QB issues and face a semi-surging Eagles team.
Oakland Raiders (2-2) — The Raiders head to England to face the Bears…hopefully Raider fan stays at home, although Raider fan (and Eagle fan for that matter) are equivalent to soccer hooligans.
Philadelphia Eagles (2-2) — The Eagles basically get a bye week in playing the Jets this week.
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3) — The Ravens come to town to play the Steelers in a game that has lost all of its luster.
San Francisco 49ers (3-0) — The Niners come off a bye week with something to prove as they host the Browns on MNF.
Seattle Seahawks (3-1) — The SeaHags will be facing a very pissed Rams squad that is going to throw everything at them.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2) — Tampa won their Super Bowl beating the Rams last week… time to look towards next season.
Tennessee Titans (2-2) — I’d like to give them some credit for beating Atlanta and evening their record, but, they beat Atlanta…at least they didn’t set anything on fire before the game.
Washington Redskins (0-4) — Rumor was that Jay Gruden was going to be fired after the game on Sunday. But there really isn’t anyone on the staff to fill in as interim coach except maybe Bill Callahan… and he might not want to have anything to do with this dumpster fire.
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