This Week’s, Who Cares Games
Cardinals 27 VIKINGS 20
After their inexplicable collapse at home against the Lions, the Vikings reached a new locolts, chiefsw last Sunday in a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Donovan McNabb is on borrowed time, as Christian Ponder will be the starting quarterback of this team sooner rather than later.
This is the Week Kolb and Fitzgerald make it work. Fitz is coming back home where he is from. He used to be a ball boy for the Vikings as a kid. I think he goes for 10 catches and 125 yards while Kolb throws 3 TDs in a Cardinals win on the road.
Adrian Peterson might be the first back since Barry Sanders to lead the lead in rushing on a 3 or 4 win team.
Bengals 17, JAGUARS 13
Name the top rated defense in the NFL after four weeks. The correct answer is…….THE Cincinnati Bengals. I mentioned a few weeks back that it was worth noting the defense that was being played in the Queen City and they’ve kept it up, holding a Bills team that previously averaged 38 points a game to 20. I expect more of the same this weekend when they take their show on the road to face a dreadful Jacksonville team.
Jacksonville rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert didn’t have the meltdown I anticipated last weekend in his first career start against the Saints, but he was a non-factor in the second half. Gabbert will have to search for his first career win another weekend, as it won’t come at the expense of the Bengals.
COLTS 23, Chiefs 10
Though I think LSU could beat either one of these two teams, it should be a good game to watch. They may get a fine for using the NFL logo, but it is still an NFL game. Painter pulls it out and gets his first W in the league.
Painter leads the way with a 250 yard game and a couple of touchdowns.