What'd you guys think of yesterday's games? The Saints vs 49ers game was amazing. I know you don't watch the NFL jello1717 but on 3rd and 7 with the game on the line, the 49ers called a time out then ran a freaking QB sweep and Smith took it 30 yards to the house for what looked like the game winner. Then with 3 minutes left, the Saints went all the way down the field and scored with like a minute remaining to take the lead back by 3. Then the 49ers went down the field in like a minute and a half to win. It was like playing a video game! The thing that amazed me most was the physicality of the 49ers. Those guys were bringing the wood and they were hungry! Also, I can't believe the transformation of Alex Smith. This is the same guy nobody thought could make it in the NFL any more. Enter Harbaugh and now the guy puts together back to back game waning drives in the playoffs. It's crazy. It's amazing what a difference a good coach can make. Broncos vs Pats Brady and the Pats are ridiculous. There's simply no way to cover that offense right now. Gronkowski is an absolute freak of nature. He may be the best player in the NFL. You can't cover him, he catches everything, and from the looks of it last night, everybody is afraid to hit/tackle the guy so he runs through everything. I don't think I've ever seen a guy do what he does. And it's crazy how big his hands are. They completely engulf the ball when he catches it. Add to that Welker and Hernandez and those three guys start on probably every team in the league. Incredible. As for Denver, I wanted some other peoples take on this. I think they need to spend less time worrying about Tebow and his future and start worrying about everything else on offense. I know Tebow has a lot of room to improve, especially in checking the ball down rather than holding it forever, but he literally has zero weapons on offense. The guys around him don't start on any other team except maybe Thomas but he's essentially a rookie WR as he missed most of last season with an injury and didn't get an offseason this past summer. But everyone else: Willis McGahee - 30 years old and past his prime. He's still performing, but he's certainly not stud. I can't even tell you the name of their TE. D. Thomas - I think he has a bright future, but he needs time to develop like Tebow. E. Decker (injured) - He's legit, but he probably isn't starting if he plays in NE. E. Royal - He should be #4 on the depth chart but he's #2 in Denver right now. Willis - This guy cracks me up. He doesn't even look like he should be in the league and then he's Tebow's #3 option on most pass plays. OL - They can't pass block for shit. I know I'm biased, but Tebow catches a lot of crap for not being able to throw the ball. From the looks from the coaches cam, those guys don't get open very often. It'd be interesting to see what Brady would do with guys like that around him. I imagine it's the same reason Kyle Orton went 1-4 with these guys, but he still had Brandon Lloyd and Knowshown Moreno when he was starting. I think he can play in the league, it's just a matter of giving him something to use cause after all it is a team game still. What are your guys' thoughts? What'd you guys think of yesterdays games? And Randiesel75 how drunk did you end up getting yesterday?