Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Frogs in the NFL - Week 4

Another week, another ridiculous Cowboys loss... Someone tweeted out that the two "Dallas" "QB's" combined for ten picks over the weekend, so, there's that, Dallas "football" "fans".

Marcus Cannon - OT - Patriots (beat the Bills 52-28) Anytime you are putting 52 points on the board in the pro game, your O-Line is probably having a good day.

Tank Carder - LB - Browns (lost to the Ravens 16-23) still no stats for the Tank. 

Andy Dalton - QB - Bengals (beat the Jaguars 27-10) Red Rifle had another solid day at the office, as he threw for 2 scores and ran for a third on 21-30 passing for 244 yards. Dalton continues to dominate bad teams, but stiffer tests are ahead. Keeping winning, Rooster!

Clint Gresham - LS - Seahawks (lost to the Rams 13-19) no stats for Clint as the Seahawks fell victim to an awesome fake FG in St. Louis.

David Hawthorne - LB - Saints (lost 27-28 to the Packers) The Saints continue to plummet into oblivion as Hawthorne continues to rehab from injury. I'll be honest, I did not see NO being this bad, with or without Bounty Gate.

Jerry Hughes - DE - Colts (bye week) Thoughts and prayers to Indy Coach Chuck Pagano who is going through Leukemia treatments. 

Colin Jones - S - Panthers (lost to the Falcons 28-30) no stats. If that football had been a stolen laptop, would Cam Newton have held on to it better?  

Jeremy Kerley - WR - Jets (lost to the Niners 0-34) Kerley had two receptions for 12 yards against the stellar SF secondary. The 49ers didn't punt, so no returns. Being a Nor Cal native and lifelong Niners fan in NYC on game day was certainly enjoyable...
So, about that one QB hit...

Marshall Newhouse - OT - Packers (beat the Saints 28-27) much better game for the Packers O-Line, as Rodgers wasn't sacked and was only hit once, though it was probably Newhouse that whiffed on that one hit...

Jason Phillips - LB - Panthers (lost to the Falcons 28-30) no stats. 

Herb Taylor - OT - Jacksonville (lost the the Bengals 10-27) Jacksonville is back to being terrible! Yay!

Daryl Washington - LB - Cardinals (beat the Dolphins 24-21) Washington had another solid game with 5 tackles and a sack. He is well on his way to a Pro Bowl season.

Time for your predictions in the comments... Will the Cowboys be the first team to ever lose on their bye week? Will Dalton light up the subpar Dolphins D? Will Kerley be able to do anything against the Texans and their top defensive unit? And, who wins Brady vs Manning, the Sequel?


SnK said...

Dalton moves to 4-1 with another solid game. Throwing to AJ Green must be really fun. I'll take Manning in the upset this weekend. He looks pretty sharp again. Kerley should get a lot more looks with Santonio Holmes out.

LOLfolding said...

As someone who foolishly had Arizona in my Eliminator pool, I am so thankful for Daryl Washington's badassness.

LOL $cam Newton.

Rooster looks so solid. I hope the people of Cincinnati enjoy watching him work.

I'm really looking forward to seeing the Texans dismantle the Jets on MNF for maximum contrast to the Cowboys shitting the bed and rolling in it.

SuperSweet HornedFrog said...

When is Dalton going to be in a Big Red commerical?

Skeptical Frog said...

Both ESPN and Yahoo give Tank credit for a solo tackle against the Ravens.