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  1. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Advanced to Week 6

    NEXT ADVANCE WED 5 PM EST

    Remember trade deadline is the end of this week!!

    Week 6: Games to Watch

    Jaguars (3-2) at Texans (3-2)
    *GAME OF THE WEEK*

    We have a big game in the AFC South as the Jaguars try to get some revenge on their Week 1 loss against the Texans. In their first meeting Houston shut down Jacksonville 34-6 in Matt Cassell’s first game on the team. Since then Cassell has been able to turn things around and the Jags have turned things around and are now in a 1st place tie with the Texans. The Texans are coming off a 31-16 loss to the Titans and have lost 2 games in a row. This is an important time to get back on track as the Jags attempt to use this opportunity to announce their presence as a contender.

    Cowboys (3-1) at Eagles (4-0)
    If the Cowboys want any shot at the NFC East this may be their last opportunity to stay in contention. Philadelphia has been dominant so far in the season. Dallas provided the Eagles their only real scare so far in their Week 1 matchup in which Philly won 36-24. Dallas has played great football and has established themselves as one of the NFC’s top teams. The Cowboys are one of the top offensive teams so far but they face an Eagles D that has hit their stride and has been dominant themselves the past few games. Both teams are coming off bye weeks so there may be a little rust from both but this should be an interesting game in this heated rivalry.

    Jets (2-2) at Dolphins (5-0)
    Can anyone stop the Dolphins in the AFC? So far the answer has been a big fat no. Miami has been barely tested this season except for their first game against the Jets. Miami held on for a 48-41 win in a thriller. The Dolphins are the NFL’s top scoring team led by RB Ronnie Brown who is continuing to produce the same great numbers that got him the MVP last season. The Jets on the other hand have played good football but need this win to ensure that Miami doesn’t run away with the AFC East just as they did last season. The Jets defense added LB James Harrison and need him along with the other great players on that side of the ball to slow Ronnie Brown down to stay in the game.

    HotRod’s Power Rankings
    1. San Diego Chargers (5-0)
    2. Philadelphia Eagles (4-0)
    3. Miami Dolphins (5-0)
    4. Chicago Bears (4-1)
    5. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1)
    6. St. Louis Rams (4-1)
    7. Dallas Cowboys (3-1)
    8. Atlanta Falcons (4-1)
    9. Cincinnati Bengals (3-1)
    10. Green Bay Packers (3-2)
     
  2. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    We will be advancing in a couple hours guys. A couple games deserved an extension due to problems getting in touch with opponents/RROD.
     

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