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WTHWWT – Week 7 (Nathan)

I’m baaaack!!! After a fun filled weekend of sneaking in and out of a dorm, spending 3 months pay on my girlfriend, and scaring her five different times with the same clown mask (she is deathly afraid of clowns),  it’s back to reality and back to writing about those teams that disappointed me once again. The only reason these teams were picked was because Ray and I are trying to mix things up a little bit and to add some excitement for your viewing pleasure.

San Diego Padres vs. Buffalo Bills

Once again, the “Padres” disappointed me. I expected them to go into Buffalo and give them some sort of challenge. Buffalo coming off a bye week was well rested, and once again Trent Edwards was healthy. LaDanian Tomlinson needs to pick up his game or this team is going no where. San Diego should have given Buffalo a little more of a challenge, despite the fact they were probably looking forward to their long flight over the pond to play next week against New Orleans Saints, which leads me to my next disappointment

New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers

Reggie Bush injured plus a dominant performance by Carolina’s Defense adds up to a blowout in Carolina. Like San Diego, the Saints were probably looking forward to the meancing trip across the pond to England for next week’s matchup. Reggie Bush (knee injury) will not travel with the team to England, meanwhile he will be visiting Dr. James Andrews for another look at his injured knee. I do not know about everyone else, but I have never heard a positive story come out of Dr. Andrews’ office. Could Reggie Bush’s season be over? Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins

One simple phrase can sum up this game: Baltimore is here to play and they are not going away anytime this season. Joe Flacco is their starting quarterback for the rest of the season, and he has rightfully earned that starting spot. He has led his team to a great season, and Sunday was no different. Miami’s shaky defense floundered in a game where they had a chance, but could not withstand the Baltimore offense (Yes, that was a truthful statement). It’s good to see Baltimore back in action.

New York Jets vs Oakland Raiders

Congrats to the Raiders. They actually won a game. Yes, they needed extra time to win, but its still a 1 in the win column, which is a lot better than a 0 (Cincinnati and Detroit). Brett Favre threw an amazing block that started a Jets rally late in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough. Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 57 yard FG to clinch the game for the home-standing Raiders. Win number 1 for new Raiders coach Tom Cable. Hopefully, there is more to come.

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