New Orleans Saints
Sunday’s game against the Saints seemed to be a perfect night for the Broncos, but some things just didn’t sit well with them.
Last week couldn’t have been a fluke with the high number of picks that ended up being correct. This week looks a little more difficult, and there is a strong feeling that the win-loss record will be greater for the latter.
Week seven is already upon us, and my picks have started out ahead of the game. Let’s see if that trend can continue throughout the rest of the predictions.
Peyton Manning came out in the second half against the Chargers on Monday night and did just what he knew how to do best…be Peyton Manning. One of the greatest NFL comebacks ever happened on that night, and there have been many more, but let’s check out the top five.
How do two players involved in an alleged bounty system have their suspensions reduced, but two others don’t? That’s exactly what all the fans of the New Orleans Saints would like to know.
Week five of the NFL season is here and so are my picks…it pretty much just seems like I’m going blind here, now.
The New Orleans Saints need their first victory in a big way, and they could possibly get it this Sunday night. A victory would be sweet, but breaking a fifty year old record would make that win even sweeter. Breaking that record and winning their first game of the season against the San Diego Chargers would be just the icing on the cake for Drew Brees.
Green Bay and New Orleans are in the midst of seasons that no-one expected from either team. This weekend, they face off in Lambeau Field and it is going to be anger versus desperation. Even with those emotions though, no-one feels sorry for them.
The 2012 NFL season is only three weeks old, with the Monday Night game still to go, but there are some incredibly strange things going on. No way could anyone predict what has gone on so far, and it just doesn’t look like it is going to get normal any time soon.
Rumors have persisted for years now that Brett Favre was a specific target of the New Orleans Saints from the 2009 NFC Championship Game. Now, he’s giving his backing to one of the men that was supposedly paid to take him out.