Found November 16, 2012 on
Football Extra Points:
The Bengals looked great last week, they should look even better this week.
After a rough Week 10, I'm sitting at 92-54-1. Who wants to keep track of a tie.
Let's see if I can turn this around this week.
Arizona at Atlanta - The Cards need to get some production from the QB position if they want any chance to make playoff this season.
The Falcons finally lost a game, which isn't a huge surprise. The Saints have an amazing offense and terrible defense. The Falcons will probably end up around 14 wins, the big question is how they will do in the postseason.
Cleveland at Dallas - The Browns are off their bye week and still don't have the talent to win in the NFL. Their offensive coordinator said that Weeden has to prove he is the QB of the future in these final weeks. The Browns can't wait for him to develop as he pushes 30.
The Cowboys have talent, they just can't pull it call together. I think they get things rolling he...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Bengals are coming off a big win last week and should take advantage of a weak Chiefs team.
Here's a quick look at some Week 11 Starters. You know the obvious choices, here are some to consider.
- Carson Palmer - The Raiders have no running backs healthy, the Saints are going to put up 50 and have no defense. This all points to good things for the Raiders...
Cincinnati Bengals (4-5) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-8)
Almost every year, we have one team go from in the playoffs to 5 wins or fewer. Right now, every playoff team from last year has at least 4 wins. That means one of two things. We’re not going to have a team like that this year (only happened 1 other time in the last decade) or either Detroit, New Orleans, or Cincinnati is about...
At the beginning of the season, I thought the Chiefs were going to be a much better team than what they have achieved this far. They have a good line on both sides of the ball, solid linebackers and secondary. Great running back, top tier wide out. What they don’t have is a quarterback.
The Chiefs are really good this season at giving the ball away. Matt Cassel is an interception...
Last week the Cincinnati Bengals knocked off the defending Super Bowl champs in convincing fashion while the Kansas City Chiefs dropped a game in overtime to the Steelers thanks largely to their inability to win the turnover battle. These are teams heading in different directions in the short term, and at least in terms of the Chiefs’ struggles over the course of the season as...
The Bengals look to continue their winning ways, as they head to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs in a Sunday matinee affair. The Bengals are riding high off a dismantling at home against Eli Manning and the defending champion Giants, while the Chiefs are looking to rebound on a short week loss on Monday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Although it appears the two teams are trending...
So I have been very absent of late. There’s work, then the whole family got really sick, plus it’s really hard to write these articles when your team continuously lets you down. However, every once in awhile, your team will show you a glimmer of light that you forgot it had and it can change everything. That glimmer of light is a cold-stone whooping on the defending...