RobbUnfiltered Weekly NFL One-Liners: Week 6

Week 6: The QB carousel continues to turn and hot seats get even hotter heading into this week’s games.

Arizona Cardinals (2-3-1) — The Cards go for three in a row against the Giants this Sunday, but as far as I’m concerned, this team has already surpassed expectations.

Atlanta Falcons (1-5) — This Falcons team has the offensive stats of a 5-1 team so I’m left wondering what their fucking problem is and so are their fans.

Baltimore Ravens (4-2) — The Ravens will have to figure out a Seattle team that has fewer star power than they do but better results.

Buffalo Bills (4-1) — The Bills play the Dolphins on Sunday and they are already up 21-0 and it’s only Wednesday.

Carolina Panthers (4-2) — If the Panthers turn back to Cam Newton after the bye week, the fans should revolt.

Chicago Bears (3-2) — The Bears have had two weeks to prepare for the Saints—they’re going to wish they had had two additional weeks.

Cincinnati Bengals (0-6) — Marvin Lewis would have this team at 3-3 at this point…the grass isn’t always greener.

Cleveland Browns (2-4) — Welcome back Factory of Sadness—I’ve missed you.

Dallas Cowboys (3-3) — Hey Jason Garrett, I’d be happy to proofread your resume if you want.

Denver Broncos (2-4) — I guess I owe Joe Flacco an apology for being so harsh in previous posts…no, no I don’t.

Detroit Lions (2-2-1) — The Lions got screwed by the refs on Monday night in a game that very well might determine if they make the playoffs.

Green Bay Packers (5-1) — The Pack is back (with the help of some shitty officiating).

Houston Texans (4-2) — I still don’t think that this team is for real.

Indianapolis Colts (3-2) — Now this is a team that I think is for real and they play Houston this week.

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4) — Best team in pro team Florida…that’s just sad.

Kansas City Chiefs (4-2) — I already feel sorry for the Broncos.

Los Angeles Chargers (2-4) — Second worst home-field advantage in the NFL (it makes me wonder what would happen if they did a home and home with the Redskins).

Los Angeles Rams (3-3) — Already in danger of not making the playoffs.

Miami Dolphins (0-5) — This is what I wrote last week: if they were smart, they’d start Fitzmagic this week because he has had a field day against the Redskins in his career. I should be their head coach.

Minnesota Vikings (4-2) — The Vikings front office is going to plant stories in the media of upcoming opponents talking shit about Kirk Cousins to motivate him.

New England Patriots (6-0) — The Pats offense is sub-par at the moment but that D is damn good.

New Orleans Saints (5-1) — Teddy Bridgewater is going to get rich next season thanks to the stability of this team.

New York Giants (2-4) — Danny Dimes does not have a supporting cast.

New York Jets (1-4) — With Sam Darnold back, the Jets have a chance to pull out of the cellar.

Oakland Raiders (3-2) — If the playoffs started today, the Raiders would be one of your wild card teams.

Philadelphia Eagles (3-3) — Wow, the Eagles cut Zach Brown for providing bulletin board material in their ugly loss to the Vikings.

Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4) — I’ll say this much about the Steelers; they develop their players—how else can you explain a third string QB winning in his first start.

San Francisco 49ers (5-0) — No one saw this coming…no one. Not you, not you, not anyone.

Seattle Seahawks (5-1) — If the playoffs started today, this team would be a wild card team…what a crazy season so far.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-4) — The crab man will be the next QB to be sent to the bench.

Tennessee Titans (2-4) — The QB change come six weeks too late.

Washington Redskins (1-5) — I guess a win is a win.

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