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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sports Sunday Thread #2 For 9/19/10: NFL Week 2 Game Review

Clay Matters celebrates a dominating day for the Super Bowl contending Packers (Photo from NFLphoto.com)
The Packers are certainly justifying that Super Bowl destination talk, while it appears to be a long year in Buffalo .

Giving Greebn Bay fans more bliss is seeing Favre and the Vikings go 0-2, as the Dolphins defense showed why they are a rising force in this league.

Despite another shaky day from Matt Cassel, Kansas City is 2-0 after coming from behind to beat the Browns on the road.

League MVP so far....Mike Martz. And it will be the upset of the season if Jerry Jones isn't giving some obscenities to Wade Phillips today.

The Falcons offense woke up big time today, as they showed the misery that was the Cardinals who was top bird today .

Josh Freeman continues his development into an elite quarterback, as the Bucs joined the Cheifs as surprising 2-0 starters. Outside of his touchdown pass to Steve Smith, it was another poor day for Matt Moore at the helm.

No one I think will be able to figure out how Andy Reid will be able to tell the media that Kevin Kolb is the starting quarterback for the Eagles still, as Mike Vick put on a display today in the Eagles 35-32 win over the Lions.

The Bengals clearly have the Ravens number.

Despite having Dennis Dixon knocked out of the game, the Steelers defense dominated for a 2nd straight week to make Jeff Fisher pull Vince Young and give the Steel Curtain a 2-0 start.

Kyle Orton threw 307 yards in a real live NFL game and not a video game, as the Broncos romped the Seahawks today.

Quarterback controversy will set afoot in Oakland again, as Bruce Gradkowski replaced a benched Jason Campbell to lead the Raiders to a comeback 16-14 win in their home opener against the Rams.

The Chargers passing game didn't miss Vincent Jackson this week, as they dominated the Jaguars 38-14.

And the Texans came from 17 down to shcok the Redskins 30-27 in overtime.
Photo from AP's Seth Wenig
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