Updated Monday A.M.: My biggest question this morning: How bad is the NFC that the Giants are still in the playoff hunt? WTF?! (Tomlinson adulation is post above.)
The Bears may have clinched full NFC HFA, but take note of the way they let the Bucs back into the game... in
So: Which of you FFL GMs with a playoff game today was ballsy enough to start Tim Rattay? (Anyone? Anyone?)
Kyle Boller? Really: Kyle Boller?
It's officially time to start asking what solid playoff position the Titans would be right now if Vince Young had started the entire season?
(Oh, and the Rookie of the Year award is o-v-a-h. Yes, even though his stats today weren't particularly good. Or any good. But the guy keeps winning. Who had Tennessee at .500 after Week 15? Exactly.)
Just when the entire world was fully on the Saints bandwagon, they go and lose at home to a terrible Redskins team.
"Too Little, Too Late" Award: Steelers.
Hell hath no fury like the Pats after their worst offensive performance of the Belichick Era.
(And how ya like the taste of zilch,
Wait: With the Jags' loss and the Jets' win, is
Favre passes Marino in something? Yawn.
OK, *now* do you buy that Jay Cutler is a better QB than Matt Leinart? He only proved it head-to-freaking-head. (Oh, I can already hear your qualifier that Cutler has a better team around him. I argue that if they switched places, Cutler would still outperform Leinart.)
You know what? The NFC effing sucks. The only redeeming value is that the Wild Card spots should be up for grabs through Week 17 – and may include a team with the dreaded .500 record.