NFL Football Season: Week Five Observations

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This year the race to the Super Bowl is wide open. There are no dominant teams. Last year at this time one would likely have said the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts were the best teams in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings peeking in. At the end of the season, despite some slippage, one would have said the same thing. And the Saints, of course, beat the Colts in the Super Bowl. This year that is not the case, so far. The best teams right now are those with stout defenses and are solid in the running and passing game. Those teams in my opinion are the New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, and Pittsburgh Steelers, with the Atlanta Falcons at this date, looking like the best team in the NFC.
This weeks games, at least the ones I watched, were was mostly about turnovers and penalties.


Baltimore Ravens over Denver Broncos, 31-17

Despite a sore knee Ray Rice rushed for 133 yards while the Denver Broncos could not protect...

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