Monday, October 30, 2006

Football Round-Up (yeah, NOT soccer)

Of course the Pats top the AFC East.
They had no difficulty quashing the Vikings who are currently at the bottom of the NFC North.

The Pats still face two tough games against the Colts (7-0) and then the Bears (7-0), but the Colts narrowly beat the Broncos yesterday and the game is at Gillette so that bodes well for the Pats.

AFC East Top: New England Patriots (of course!)
AFC West Bottom: The Miami Dolphins (1-6) and the Buffalo Bills (2-5) compete for the bottom of the AFC East. The Bills have the second lowest cumulative score (102) so far this season, just a few points over the Buccaneers (88) who are resting comfortably at the bottom of the NFC South.

AFC North Top: Baltimore Ravens (5-2)
AFC Bottom: Cleveland Browns (2-5) The Pittsburgh Steelers are not having a great season either considering they are last year's Superbowl winners.

AFC South Top: Indianapolis Colts
AFC South Bottom: Tennessee Titans (2-5) lost their first five games of the season, securing the bottom spot of the AFC South. Not only that but bookmakers are putting their Superbowl odds at 1000 to 1. Ouch.

AFC West Top: Denver Broncos (6-1)
AFC West Bottom: Oakland Raiders (2-5)

NFC East Top: New York Giants (5-2)
NFC East Bottom: Washington Redskins (2-5) Take THAT face-flicking fan!

NFC North Top: Chicago Bears
NFC North Bottom: Minnesota Vikings

NFC South Top: Atlanta Falcons (5-2) Southern teams with bird names seem to do pretty well this season...
NFC South Bottom: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-5) What's with Florida this year?

NFC West Top: Seattle Seahawks (4-3)
NFC West Bottom: Arizona Cardinals (1-7) Hmmm, this team does nothing for me at all. I don't even care that they suck right now.

Until next week.... GO PATS!

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