With the typical bumps and bruises of Week 1 in the rear view, Week 2 presents us with some interesting games.
Might as well get the hard part out of the way: Last week was a bloodbath. But fortunately for my reputation, what's left of it, I wasn't alone.
San Francisco (1-2) at St. Louis (1-2)
Right on schedule, Week 3, things are starting to sort themselves out in the NFL.
Kansas City (2-0) at Philadelphia (1-1)
Week 1 in the NFL showed us a lot of things, but it told us, it seems, very little.
N.Y. Jets (1-0) at New England (1-0)
Week 1 of the NFL season usually is the one you wind up throwing out if you're in a pool that drops your worst week.
Baltimore at Denver
LAS VEGAS | It's a bit of a ho-hum Super Bowl is what I thought a couple weeks ago.
As I sat in Oklahoma City for my day job watching people punch and kick and twist each others' limbs inside a cage, I kept an eye on last Saturday's games.
You could say the Denver Broncos were destined to the win the Super Bowl, and it would be hard to argue.
NEW ORLEANS | You wouldn't know it walking around New Orleans, but the Saints missed the playoffs.
On Nov. 9, I was talking worst-case scenario.
It's that time of year again – the time I have an imaginary conversation with a fat man in a red suit.
A few weeks ago, I warned of 2011 deja vu for the Bears.
It's the time of year when the men are separated from the boys in the NFL.
Denver (9-3) at Oakland (3-9)
What a difference a year makes. Maybe.
New Orleans (5-6) at Atlanta (10-1)
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