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  1. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Week 2: Games to Watch

    Eagles (1-0) at Saints (1-0)
    *Game of the Week*

    A meeting between the two coaches who led their teams to the best record in TMFL last season meet up in Week 2 as the Eagles travel to New Orleans to face off with the Saints. Philly is fresh off a 36-24 win over Dallas in which Donovan McNabb passed for 399 yards and 2 touchdowns. DeSean Jackson began the season the same way he played all of last season with 150 yards receiving. The Saints come in with an offense that may be just as dynamic led by QB Drew Brees. New Orleans blew out division rival Carolina 41-14 last week, but this game will be a test to see where they stand early on in the NFC. After being in the AFC last season with Miami, Coach Ravedown decided to try his hand at NFC football and looks to give Coach HotRod a challenge.

    Texans (1-0) at Titans (1-0)

    It may be too early to tell, but these two teams may be fighting for the AFC South crown all season. This game will allow one of these teams to get the early upperhand on this race. Houston has switched to a new defense and traded away stud defensive end Mario Williams for CB Asante Samuel. It may have just been one game but the move paid off immediately as Samuel had an interception to help the Texans defense shut down the Jaguars 34-6. The Tennessee Titans got some revenge on the Colts last week for their controversial playoff omission in a 31-17 win. Chris Johnson led the way with 149 yards rushing. Vince Young started the first game but after an 0-3 start in the game he was benched in favor of Kerry Collins. Collins has been named the starter for this game.

    Packers (1-0) at Rams (1-0)

    Green Bay may have a new coach, but they still continue to win games. GoSpurs84 led his team to a 27-24 win over Detroit. Brian Westbrook led the Pack with 110 yards rushing and a touchdown. He will continue to be a key factor for the team all season along with the play of QB Aaron Rodgers. A win this week over a playoff team will go a long way to proving this version of the Packers will once again be a contender this season. The Rams played a great defensive game against the Broncos winning 21-10. As usual in Rams wins, Stephen Jackson had a great offensive day with almost 200 yards of total offense and 2 TDs.
     
  2. bringbackjimmy

    bringbackjimmy WTFWTTD

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    come on man. The raiders and Chargers in a rematch from last yrs playoff game should be a game to watch... Raiders win Big....(y)
     
  3. RaveDown

    RaveDown Get Worked

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    Yea HR, you royally screwed the pooch on the game of the week. It was a beat down in NO and the 'Aints took it.
     
  4. Herc

    Herc Walk On

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    NYG are ownerless. what u want me to do?
     
  5. bringbackjimmy

    bringbackjimmy WTFWTTD

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    what happened to Khallis?
     
  6. jkhaalis991

    jkhaalis991 Back in The Deuce...been gone too long.

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    I'm the Giants owner. I had to be removed so the Vikings can play the CPU. HotRod let me know when you send the invite & I'll join back up.
     
  7. lEscobarl

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    Lets go Texans! haha Thanks for the spotlight Hotrod
     
  8. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Invite should be waiting for you Khaalis.
     
  9. score23

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    when are we advancing??
     
  10. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Monday morning
     

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