NFL Week #9 - Xtratime Community
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes
post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old October 29th, 2007, 00:25 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
NFL Week #9

Week 9
DIRECTV SIRIUS

Sunday, November 04 Time (EST) Network Home Away

WAS @ NYJ 1:00 PM FOX
SF @ ATL 1:00 PM FOX
ARI @ TB 1:00 PM FOX
GB @ KC 1:00 PM Tickets FOX
CIN @ BUF 1:00 PM CBS
SD @ MIN 1:00 PM CBS
DEN @ DET 1:00 PM CBS
CAR @ TEN 1:00 PM FOX
JAC @ NO 1:00 PM CBS
SEA @ CLE 4:05 PM FOX
HOU @ OAK 4:15 PM CBS
NE @ IND 4:15 PM CBS
DAL @ PHI 8:15 PM NBC

Monday, November 05 Time (EST)

BAL @ PIT 8:30 PM ESPN

Byes: Bears, Dolphins, Giants, Rams

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old October 29th, 2007, 00:26 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Arizona in Tampa ....hell another frikken LOSS for us !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #3 of 23 (permalink) Old October 29th, 2007, 01:25
Premier Player
 
Join Date: 08 2007
Posts: 1,334
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
Arizona in Tampa ....hell another frikken LOSS for us !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hope so. This would be a great test for us. If we could win at Bucs, and Browns win, hey we're back in race. After this week i am sure only one team from NFC West will be in the P.O.
Barca Novi Sad is offline  
 
post #4 of 23 (permalink) Old October 29th, 2007, 11:16
World Class Player
 
henryrules's Avatar
 
Join Date: 03 2005
Location: LONDON
Teams: Arsenal,AZ ALKMAAR,MIlan
Posts: 8,506
The pats to win again

Kelly Brook The sexiest woman in the world.

And one day my future girlfreind

My twitter is Darren800 you find me there now
henryrules is offline  
post #5 of 23 (permalink) Old October 29th, 2007, 20:35 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Quote:
Originally Posted by henryrules
The pats to win again
In Indiana ???????

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #6 of 23 (permalink) Old October 30th, 2007, 01:37
Premier Player
 
Join Date: 08 2007
Posts: 1,334
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
In Indiana ???????
You do understand Henry made a bet on Pats perfect season.:smileani: He must be on their bandwagon all the way.p
Barca Novi Sad is offline  
post #7 of 23 (permalink) Old October 30th, 2007, 20:37 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Quote:
Originally Posted by Barca Novi Sad
You do understand Henry made a bet on Pats perfect season.:smileani: He must be on their bandwagon all the way.p

Then....he was DEFINETELY triple and DOUBLE on his , when he made it !!!


:dielaugh:

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2007, 16:16
outcast
Premier Player
 
Esik's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2007
Posts: 1,975
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
Then....he was DEFINETELY triple and DOUBLE on his , when he made it !!!


:dielaugh:
Or maybe he was not. One of the 2 teams could be unbeaten, and Pats has just as many chance as the Colts. I did not really see any weaknesses in Pats' game. It's nice to imagine Manning will find the secondary weaknesses (do not look too much: it is Hobbs) and not to see, that Brady with Randy Moss, Donte Stalworth and Wes Welker will not find the holes in Indiana's defense. And Maroney looks like as someone who is pritty much back in form. So I just do not see it slamdunk for the Colts (nor the Pats). It can be a close win for Colts or a blowout win for Pats.
Esik is offline  
post #9 of 23 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2007, 20:35
World Class Player
 
henryrules's Avatar
 
Join Date: 03 2005
Location: LONDON
Teams: Arsenal,AZ ALKMAAR,MIlan
Posts: 8,506
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
Then....he was DEFINETELY triple and DOUBLE on his , when he made it !!!


:dielaugh:
Colocolo if you could pick 1 team to beat the Colts in Indy it is the Pats. i know you want us to go 16-0 come on support us mate:hopeful:

Kelly Brook The sexiest woman in the world.

And one day my future girlfreind

My twitter is Darren800 you find me there now
henryrules is offline  
post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2007, 21:33 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Quote:
Originally Posted by henryrules
Colocolo if you could pick 1 team to beat the Colts in Indy it is the Pats. i know you want us to go 16-0 come on support us mate:hopeful:

Man......Im NO Traitor ....Im probably the ONLY one who SWORE on the LAST Superbowl the Colts would Win It ... Do yourself a flavor .........Go ck the archives please !!!!!!

The Pats will NOT Beat Dungy ....Not Yet ......

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2007, 22:18
Star Player
 
Join Date: 12 2002
Location: Kirkcaldy
Teams: Raith Rovers and Arsenal
Posts: 3,637
WAS @ NYJ SKINS
SF @ ATL NINERS
ARI @ TB BUCS
GB @ KC PACK
CIN @ BUF BILLS
SD @ MIN CHARGERS
DEN @ DET LIONS
CAR @ TEN TITANS
JAC @ NO SAINTS
SEA @ CLE BROWNS
HOU @ OAK RAIDERS
NE @ IND PATS
DAL @ PHI EAGLES


BAL @ PIT STEELERS
Purple Floyd is offline  
post #12 of 23 (permalink) Old October 31st, 2007, 22:23
Xtratime Legend
 
Join Date: 08 2004
Posts: 27,119
My week 9 picks:
Redskins over Jets
49ers over Falcons
Cardinals over Bucs
Packers over Chiefs
Bengals over Bills
Chargers over Vikings
Broncos over Lions
Titans over Panthers
Jags over Saints
Seahawks over Browns
Raiders over Texans
Patriots over Colts
Eagles over Cowboys
Ravens over Steelers
Ambis is offline  
post #13 of 23 (permalink) Old November 1st, 2007, 18:28
Premier Player
 
Join Date: 08 2007
Posts: 1,334
Quote:
Originally Posted by Esik
Or maybe he was not. One of the 2 teams could be unbeaten, and Pats has just as many chance as the Colts. I did not really see any weaknesses in Pats' game. It's nice to imagine Manning will find the secondary weaknesses (do not look too much: it is Hobbs) and not to see, that Brady with Randy Moss, Donte Stalworth and Wes Welker will not find the holes in Indiana's defense. And Maroney looks like as someone who is pritty much back in form. So I just do not see it slamdunk for the Colts (nor the Pats). It can be a close win for Colts or a blowout win for Pats.
11 deceber 2005 Jimmy Smith Jags - last WR which had 100 + rec. yards against Colts defense.
Barca Novi Sad is offline  
post #14 of 23 (permalink) Old November 3rd, 2007, 11:31 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Judge's criticism won't make Reid quit
Harrison cleared, but Dungy will decide
Brady-Manning main attraction for Sunday
Hasselbeck OK, but WR Branch uncertain
49ers RB Gore to be game-time decision
'Pacman' trying to get suspension eased
Pats place rushing leader Morris on IR
Carr likely to start at QB for Panthers

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #15 of 23 (permalink) Old November 4th, 2007, 16:10 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Patriots' Brady tops the midseason award winners

November 3, 2007



(C) 2007 PA SPORTSTICKER ENTERPRISES, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

By Tom Torrisi PA SportsTicker Pro Football Editor

As the season hits its halfway point, it's time to hand out some midseason awards. Of course, most, if not all, are subject to change after Sunday's game of the decade between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots.

MVP: Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback. Numbers and statistics do not always tell the story (see one Alex Rodriguez formerly of New York Yankees fame) but there are some you simply cannot ignore. That Brady already has 30 touchdown passes and is on pace to throw 60 speaks for itself, but throw in the fact that he has just two interceptions for one of just two undefeated teams in the league and this falls into the landslide category. Sure, adding wide receivers Randy Moss, Wes Welker and Donte Stallworth have helped pump up Brady's numbers, but no one ever pointed to the glut of talent around Colts QB Peyton Manning as he was winning multiple MVPs. Runners-up: Dallas QB Tony Romo and a very underrated Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger.

Coach of the Year: Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers. Huh? This is probably the toughest category to handicap with several deserving candidates, but McCarthy has a team without any semblance of a running game sitting at 6-1 and atop the NFC North. Remember, one of the reasons many thought he was hired was to appease quarterback Brett Favre. Remarkably, McCarthy's greatest impact may be in having Favre cut down the foolish interceptions (47 the past two season) that have tainted his otherwise brilliant career. Runners-up: Cleveland's Romeo Crennel, Tennessee's Jeff Fisher and the New York Giants' Tom Coughlin.

Defensive Player of the Year: Osi Umenyiora, New York Giants defensive end: Sure, six of his eight sacks came in one game, but the turnaround in New York's defense has been stunning. After allowing 80 points in season-opening losses to Dallas and Green Bay, the G-Men have ripped off six straight victories. During that six-game span, they have allowed 79 points, and much of it is due to the relentless pass rush led by Umenyiora. Runners-up: Bob Sanders, Indianapolis Colts safety, and Jered Allen, Kansas City Chiefs end.

Rookie of the Year: Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings running back. He is the offense for the Vikings, even if it took coach Brad Childress half a season to make him the full-time starter. Peterson leads the league in rushing (740 yards) and yards per carry (5.8) and is on pace for a 1,700-yard season - if Childress doesn't get his star rookie killed returning kickoffs. Runners-up: None, because Peterson is in his own class. He's so good that there's another running back in Chicago named after him.

Biggest surprises: (NFC) The aforementioned Packers, who are tied with the Cowboys for the best record in the NFC. The Giants have overcome the loss of all-everything, never-shut-up running back Tiki Barber, while the Detroit Lions are halfway to QB Jon Kitna's stating goal of winning 10 games.

Biggest surprises (AFC): After a season-opening 34-7 beating in which he changed quarterbacks in the second quarter, Browns coach Crennel was the leader in the clubhouse as first to be fired. Instead, Cleveland has regrouped to win four of its next six and quarterback Derek Anderson has thrown 17 TD passes - second only to Brady in the league. Meanwhile, Tennessee has used a sturdy defense and grind-it-out running game to amass a 5-2 record and overcome what has been a very ordinary sophomore season from quarterback Vince Young. Plus, the Titans were a field goal away from handing the Colts what would have been their only loss in Week Two.

Biggest Disappointments (NFC): No shortage of candidates, headed by the winless St. Louis Rams and spiraling Chicago Bears. Yes, the Rams have been plagued by injuries, but they can't score and cannot prevent other teams from doing so. Da Bears finally "fixed" one problem by benching beleaguered QB Rex Grossman, which has helped focus on a bigger issue for the defending NFC champs - a tailspin by their defense that started in the waning stages of 2006. The New Orleans Saints are close behind but three straight victories have earned them a temporary reprieve.

Biggest Disappointments (AFC): Another jumbled mess headed by the woeful New York Jets and Cincinnati Bengals. The only thing the Jets managed to catch this season was Bill Belichick videotaping their defensive signals, and from there it's been steadily downhill. Chad Pennington is out as QB, Thomas Jones has not provided a boost to the running game and the defense has adopted a bend-and-break mentality. For the Bengals, defense always has been an issue, but the ineffectiveness of an offense that features some of the top talent at the skill positions in the game is inexplicable.

Projected playoff teams (NFC): Dallas, Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Seattle, New York Giants, Detroit Lions.

Projected playoff teams (AFC): New England, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Kansas City, Jacksonville.

MORE ON PATRIOTS-COLTS: Are there enough intriguing subplots for Sunday's matchup between the Patriots and Colts, the league's only unbeaten teams.

The game features the league's best two quarterbacks in Brady vs. Manning, as well as arguably the two best coaches in Belichick and Tony Dungy.

The duel between second-year running backs Laurence Maroney and Joseph Addai should be prominent as each team looks to get the inside track for the top seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Where the game may be decided, however, is the matchup between emerging Colts tight end Dallas Clark and veteran Patriots strong safety Rodney Harrison.

Clark, who already has 32 receptions and six touchdown catches through seven games, is a big reason why Indy has beaten New England three straight times.

In last season's regular-season meeting, Clark had just two catches for 42 yards, but one was a 35-yard gain that set up the final touchdown for the Colts in a 27-20 victory. Ironically, Indy improved to 8-0 with that win, a record it can match by beating the Patriots on Sunday.

Then in the AFC title game, Clark hauled in six receptions for 142 yards, including huge gains of 25 yards and 52 yards down the middle of the field, as the Colts erased a 21-6 halftime deficit en route to a 38-34 win.

The long passes to Clark came in an area normally patrolled by Harrison, who missed almost all of the past three games with injuries.

Now healthy and back after serving a four-game suspension this season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, Harrison's ability - or inability - to neutralize Clark could go a long way in deciding the outcome.

WHAT'S IN A NAME: It's not a good season to have the surname Henry.

Wide receiver Chris Henry of the Cincinnati Bengals is serving an eight-game suspension for repeated off-field incidents and it's no coincidence the team's offense has struggled without him.

His namesake, rookie running back Chris Henry of the Tennessee Titans, reportedly faces a four-game suspension for testing positive for a banned substance, although it is not believed to be performance-enhancing.

Tennessee's Henry was expected to be notified by the league on Saturday and has five days to appeal. The timing couldn't be worse for the rookie, who has scored a touchdown in each of the past two weeks while spelling starter LenDale White.

Finally, Denver Broncos running back Travis Henry reportedly has a scheduled date of November 16 to appeal a possible suspension for failing a drug test. Travis Henry sat out last week's game with a rib injury but is expected to be ready for Sunday's contest in Detroit.

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old November 4th, 2007, 16:36
Xtratime Legend
 
Join Date: 08 2004
Posts: 27,119
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
49ers RB Gore to be game-time decision
Him and Steven Jackson have been the biggest fantasy busts...
Ambis is offline  
post #17 of 23 (permalink) Old November 4th, 2007, 20:24
Xtratime Legend
 
Join Date: 08 2004
Posts: 27,119
Denver 0-30 Detroit 1:55 3rd
1st-10, Detroit 17
T. Sauerbrun punt, no return

WTF... this can't be the Detroit Lions?! :eekani:
Ambis is offline  
post #18 of 23 (permalink) Old November 4th, 2007, 20:29 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ambis
Denver 0-30 Detroit 1:55 3rd
1st-10, Detroit 17
T. Sauerbrun punt, no return

WTF... this can't be the Detroit Lions?! :eekani:
Kitna with 252 yds passing .....

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #19 of 23 (permalink) Old November 5th, 2007, 21:51 Thread Starter
Second Place Winner, December 2011 Photo Contest
Xtratime Elite
 
colocolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: 08 2001
Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
Posts: 94,319
Quote:
BAL @ PIT 8:30 PM ESPN
Anyone here watchinn this 2nite ????

I know Im not !!!!!!!!!

Chairman of the BORED !!!!!& MASTER BAITER

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
colocolo is offline  
post #20 of 23 (permalink) Old November 5th, 2007, 23:27
Premier Player
 
Join Date: 08 2007
Posts: 1,334
Quote:
Originally Posted by colocolo
Anyone here watchinn this 2nite ????

I know Im not !!!!!!!!!
Sadly, neither do i. Have to get up early tommorow.
Barca Novi Sad is offline  
 

Quick Reply
Message:
Options

Register Now



In order to be able to post messages on the Xtratime Community forums, you must first register.
Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.

User Name:
Password
Please enter a password for your user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Try to avoid choosing short (like '1'), simple (like 'abcd') and easy to guess passwords (like a name of your favorite team, player, etc)! Complex and long enough passwords, that consists of random string of alphabet and numerical characters, are almost impossible to be stolen and misused.

Password:


Confirm Password:
Email Address
Please enter a valid email address for yourself.

Email Address:
OR

Log-in











Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools
Show Printable Version Show Printable Version
Email this Page Email this Page
Display Modes Rate This Thread
Linear Mode Linear Mode
Rate This Thread:



Posting Rules  
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On

 
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome