First of all, my apologies for no Football Night in America Live Blog this past Sunday.
Long story short, Phillies Fan Appreciation Day game against Marlins goes 10 innings, SEPTA fucked up my schedule, e-mail connections to JFein to try to do one on his site screwed everything up because one of his e-mail addresses was broken down. This was a TUIFU (The Ultimate in Fuck Ups) Sunday, and I didn't get home until 7:45 PM.
Okay, here's a recap of the Week Four Sunday games. The Eagles, Atlanta, Arizona and Carolina all had the first official bye weeks on the schedule.
Texans 29, Raiders 6: Is Tom Cable better off as Raiders' coach or in the California Penal System at San Quentin?
Redskins 16, Bucs 13: Jim Zorn's job is safe for another week. Dan Snyder had Mike Shanahan on speed dial.
Bengals 23, Browns 20 (OT): Chad Johnson (That's what I'M calling him) tied the game but the PAT was blocked; Bengals won on a Shayne Graham walkoff 31-yard field goal with four seconds left. had he missed, Donovan McNabb would have been confused on how overtime works again!
Giants 27, Chiefs 16: Giants sweep three road games, first time since 2006 Eagles.
Colts 34, Seahawks 17: Good thing Seahags didn't wear those puke green jerseys this week.
Bears 48, Lying Downs 24: Lying Downs reverted to form this week after shocking Redskins, not even bothering to show up for the second half. Matthew Stafford hurt himself in this game.
Jaguars 37, Titans 17: Titans have lost more games than all last year. Jags on the door out to LA as far as we know, all home games blacked out this year?
Patriots 27, Ravens 21: The Tom Brady Rules are now in effect, and Ray Lewis is really pissed off about it.
49ers 35, Lambs 0: Remember when this was a great rivalry...back in the 1980's?
Dolphins 38, Bills 10: Four weeks have been going by in the "When Will TO Get Angry In '09 Pool"; he came close last week. I say midseason, and then he gets cut following the season.
Saints 24, Jets 10: The Jets looked human in the battle of the unbeatens, thanks to Darren Sharper "Image"'s 99-yard pick six of Mark "Dirty" Sanchez.
Broncos 17, Cowboys 10: Keith can't wait for next week's Pats-Broncos matchup, featuring those fuglier-than-Team Sweden 1960 Broncos unis, complete with those brown and gold Oompa Loompa vertically-striped socks.
In the Sunday night contest, the Steelers beat the Chargers, 38-24, and earning a NORVFACE!
Now if you'll excuse me, I have a riot act to deliver to SEPTA that makes Dallas Green's 1980 tirade in Pittsburgh between games of a make-up doubleheader a church sermon by comparison.