NFL: Quick Strikes From Week Three Action


The NFL has completed three weeks of action and closed out the month of September. Away we go with the NFL week three round up!

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Arizona Cardinals-47 to 7. Colin Kaepernick throws two pick sixes. Are you kidding me?

Atlanta Falcons-Nice comeback against the Tony Romo-less Cowboys,

Baltimore Ravens-They had the Bengals on the ropes several times and let them off the hook.

Buffalo Bills-It was blowout weekend and the Bills were in the winning end of one of those games.

Carolina Panthers-The Panthers got a win and Cam got an earful and complained. His gripe was way overrated.

Chicago Bears-No Jay Cutler…no points scored.

Cincinnati Bengals-Bengals fans can get as excited as they want but until Andy Dalton wins a playoff game, the regular season is just a formality,

Cleveland Browns-What is there to be excited about in the Dawg Pound?

Dallas Cowboys-A loss at home and now on the road to face the 0-3 New Orleans Saints who are desperate for a win.

Denver Broncos-Peyton Manning quietly has his team undefeated at 3-0.

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  • Detroit Lions-The Lions are in Seattle this week and host the hot Cardinals next week. OUCH!

    Green Bay Packers-The Pack just keeps on winning.

    Houston Texans-Let’s see how the Texans fair in Atlanta.

    Indianapolis Colts-Back-to-back divisional games with a win last week and one of the worst teams in the league this week.

    Jacksonville Jaguars-No chance last Sunday in New England. Ni. Hence in Indianapolis this Sunday.

    Kansas City Chiefs-Kansas City tried to make it interesting in Green Bay but we overmatched.

    Miami Dolphins-Miami is an early season fade, something they typically begin to do later in the season.

    Minnesota Vikings-The Vikes road the coattails of Adrian Peterson in the victory last weekend. A.P. will Make or break this team.

    New England Patriots-New England’s offense is scary good.

    New Orleans Saints-Where are those “Aints” bags?

    New York Giants-Good luck in Bufflao.

    New York Jets-What a difference a week makes.

    Oakland Raiders-Cleveland will not be that last victory.

    Philadelphia Eagles-A big win against the Jets builds some confidence, playing the Redskins this Sunday provides even more.

    Pittsburgh Steelers-Worst site in years…seeing Big Ben grabbing his knee in pain.

    San Diego Chargers-The up and down San Diego Chargers.

    San Francisco 49ers-This team is riding the cusp of becoming a disaster.

    Seattle Seahawks-Seahawks defense pitches a nice shutout.

    St. Louis Rams-Thanks for nothing Mark Barron.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Jameis Winston can play on this level. Too bad his team barely can.

    Tennessee Titans-Marcus Mariotta? See comment on Jameis Winston.

    Washington Redskins-Will we see RG III this season?

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