Found November 21, 2011 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:

With Week 11 in the books, it is time to do my weekly, who let me down blog.  Like most of this season, the list is pretty short.  This weekend I went 9-5 and for the season I have improved to 113-49 (.698).  I still have my critics and I still have my readers, listeners, and commenters that think that is not good enough.  You know what, they are right!!!   I am still striving to have my perfect weekend and one way or another I will.  But enough is enough, lets get to this list of teams who let me down.

  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 Of The Denver Broncos EludesThe first game that I will discuss is the Jets/Broncos game.  I was back and forth on who to pick.  I knew that the Broncos offense could produce, so that did not play a factor into my decision.  I knew that the Jets defense was pretty solid, but that was not the deciding factor.  The thing that had me pick the Jets, was theBronco defense.  Until this game I wasn’t really feeling them.  I don’t know if they played really good or the Jets offense really sucks that bad, but the Jets offense is what let me down.  Hell even the Dolphins scored more points on this Broncos defense.  Rex Ryan and his defense has definately has gone soft.

 Cleveland Browns Quarterback Colt McCoy DropsThen there was my Cleveland Browns.  I hate to pick against them, but only scoring two touchdowns in the last four games, I have trouble picking my Browns.  They also have only scored 20 or more once all season and that was against the Colts.  So why would I think the Browns would score two touchdowns in one game?  With the Browns winning 14-10 over the Jacksonville Jaguars, I was in shock.  The Jacksonville defense was the let down in this game.  How were they able to let the Browns do something that hasn’t happened in five weeks.  You can stop the Ravens, but not the Browns?  Very disappointing.

 

  Andre Caldwell #87 Of The Cincinnati Bengals Can't Make ThisThen we were off to Baltimore.  I am going to direct you to the hot blog I wrote about this game,  The Baltimore Ravens didn’t need Ray Lewis, they had the Officials.  The ones who let me down in this game and if you check out the blog you will learn why.

 

St. Louis Rams Quarterback Sam Bradford, Right, Fumbles As He Is Sacked  By Seattle Seahawks Defensive End ChrisThen rolled in the St. Louis Rams.  This let down was the whole team, they suck.  Period.  No if and or buts about it.  With Sam Bradford and Steven Jackson, you should be able to produce mire then 7 points.  Then the defense, what the hell.  The Seattle Seahawks suck.  Tavaris Jackson is horrible.  I do not understand what is going on with the Rams.  But the whole team let me down.

 

Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Vince Young WatchesThen we rolled into the Sunday Night game.  I will take full blame on this pick.  I told everyone in my picks and on the radio that the Eagles would beat a division contending team.  I just thought it was going to be at home against the Patriots.  I knew better, I knew the Giants would fall apart like they do every year.  Just thought this collapse would happen after this game.  I told everyone that the Giants would not win this division and I still believe this.  I will take the blame for picking an over rated Giants team.

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