NFL Props & Flops Week 10
Cheers & Jeers is back after a week hiatus, but in order for a new spin of originality, we're going to re-brand it as Props & Flops on Technorati! Still recapping the best & worst of the NFL. So without further ado, let's go into the highs and lows of Week 10.
3. Mike Vick- What Vick did to the Washington Redskins was insane. 413 total yards (20-28, 333 passing, 8 carries, 80 yards rushing), six touchdowns (four pass, two rush), and the Philadelphia Eagles decimated the Washington Redskins in their house. Not only did Vick show why he was the midseason MVP, he made a lot of fantasy owners VERY happy.
2. Denver Broncos- The Broncos must've watched tape of what AFC West rival Oakland did to them a few weeks ago at Invesco Field at Mile High, and applied it to their other archrival, the Kansas City Chiefs. 35 straight points to open the game, and they did just enough to hold off the Chiefs. A season on the brink for the cellar dwelling Broncos paid off. Can they take that momentum into San Diego on Monday night?
1. Buffalo Bills- The Bills finally got win #1 on the season. They deserved it after working very hard to obtain it in the past few weeks. They finally got a break when their defense held late on that two point conversion against the Detroit Lions. In the process, the loss for the Lions was their 25th straight on the road, setting a new NFL record.
3. New York Giants- The Giants looked at the Cowboys record and just assumed they would have no problem, but they got hit with a Dallas attack like not many expected, ushering the Jason Garrett era. Seems like strong starts and weak finishes are the Giants M.O. It doesn't get easier for Big Blue when the Eagles host them next Sunday night.Continued on the next page