Peyton Manning threw for 323 yards and a touchdown Sunday night and was barely touched by Kansas City’s sack-happy defense in Denver’s 27-17 victory.
Make no mistake about it. The Giants still have many elements to improve as they attempt to win their fourth consecutive game. But the Packers are reeling – with injuries on both sides of the ball.
What was supposed to be a rebuilding year has instead made a complete and total turn. The Jets are now pointed up and the signing of Reed proves it.
How might these two perform? Ah, that’s the rub. The names are nice, but names don’t win football games.
After missing five games because of a hamstring injury, Santonio Holmes was limited in practice Wednesday but coach Rex Ryan was optimistic the WR could be on the field at Buffalo.
Scott is really taking this “media mutiny” thing seriously.
Just be thankful that for one day, at least, the Jets gave themselves a foundation upon which to build a season. Now we’ll see if they’ve got the brick and mortar to turn it into an edifice worth looking at.
Chalk another one up for Rex Ryan, who in confusion found profit.
In light of the Jets’ struggles this season, you can bet Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and tackle Wayne Hunter haven’t stopped laughing.
After an impressive 4-1 performance, Mr. Carton has now pulled even with his radio partner — and former NFL MVP — on the season.
There are no more undefeated teams as the Falcons fell Sunday in New Orleans. We also got our first tie since 2008 — where’s Donovan McNabb when you need him?
The numbers and their recent level of performance indicate the Jets are done for 2012. Their comments say otherwise.
The “Dream Team” Eagles? Yeah, they’re 3-6. Steve Smith has been a minor piece to the puzzling puzzle in Philadelphia, but he still doesn’t regret leaving the NFC East-leading Giants (6-3).
Surprise, surprise. Green Bay is still atop Benigno’s Top 10 — but how about those Texans?
Perhaps the fans needed to flee for the Jets to win, as it felt more like a road game when Mark Sanchez threw a perfect, arching spiral to Santonio Holmes, who cradled it in for a stunning 30-27 win over the Texans.