49ers play Lights OUT football – literally

So after a couple of power failures and cringing every time Ben Roethlisberger thought he could play football, the question begs to be asked…

On a scale of 1 through 5, how would you rate the MNF Seelers @ 49ers game?

  • 5 - The 49ers dominated! Playoffs here we come! (60%, 6 Votes)
  • 1 - The Steelers lost! hahaha (40%, 4 Votes)
  • 3 - If James Harrison couldn't play football, nobody could play football! Lights OUT!! (40%, 4 Votes)
  • 4 - The 49ers actually scored a touchdown! (10%, 1 Votes)
  • 2 - The Steelers couldn't pull out a win (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 10

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Interceptions were made by Dashon Goldson, Carlos Rogers, and Tarell Brown. Ray McDonald also forced a fumble on a Big Ben sack, which speaking of sacks, Aldon Smith had 2.5 of them, giving him a total of 13 sacks for the year, a 49er rookie record. Pro Bowl? Definitely. Best rookie of the year? You’re damn right.  Continue reading “49ers play Lights OUT football – literally” 49ers play Lights OUT foo…

Top NFL players week 8

A week full of surprises presented itself over the past few days. The top quarter backs and running backs keep shifting, while Megatron stays atop the wide receiver list.

The Saints were blown out by the Rams, making back-to-back puzzling losses by the 2008 Super Bowl winners to the horrible NFC-West division.

The 49ers won again, making them 6-1 for the first time since the late 90s and are for-sure playoff bound. I was happy to attend the beating of the Browns on Sunday afternoon.

The Lions stop their slip of losses by winning over the poor Broncos. And, on to the next one:  Continue reading “Top NFL players week 8” Top NFL players week 8

Top NFL players week 7

Finally. Last year’s #1 rusher decided to show up this year, partly because the Texans had Andre Johnson out and Matt Schuab realized there were fewer players to throw to. Arian Foster reminded us all why he should be on the top, and he’s making his play for the remainder of the season.

This past weekend also featured a Cowboys NFL rushing record that made Emmitt Smith get off the couch and make a phone call, as rookie DeMarco Murray filled in for injured Felix Jones, and will now be highly sought after on the waiver wire if he wasn’t picked up last week.

Flashy passing by one of my favorite quarterbacks, Drew Brees, caused the Saints to roll over the Colts once again. And with that, I take you to…  Continue reading “Top NFL players week 7” Top NFL players week 7