Week 2 Sunday NFL Recap

Posted: September 20, 2010 in Uncategorized

Hello sports world!

Week 2 brought us tons of exciting action throughout the NFL. From Randy Moss’s amazing one-handed catch to the countless quarterback controversies, Sunday was as action-packed as an episode of Jerry Springer.

The Steelers moved to 2-0 with a routine win over the Titans. Dennis Dixon was knocked out of the game with a knee injury, which brought the Steelers to their 4th string QB Charlie Batch due to the suspension of Ben Roethlisberger and the injury of Byron Leftwich. It will be interesting to see who lines up under center next week for the Steelers.

One of the biggest stories of the week was Michael Vick starting his first game since before his suspension and prison time. Vick did not disappoint as the Eagles beat the Lions and backup quarterback Shaun Hill, 35-32. It has been stated that Kevin Kolb will start next week for the Eagles, adding to the controversy as many believe that Vick deserves to start.

Some surprising games included the Dolphins defeating the Vikings, 14-10; the Bears handling the Cowboys, 27-20; the Buccaneers upsetting the Panthers, 20-7; and the Jets knocking off the Patriots, 28-14.

In an overtime thriller, the Texans left the Redskins in disbelief as they won on a game-winning field goal, 30-27, moving to 2-0 on the season. The Texans have been a huge surprise team so far, as it seems like the Colts may finally have some competition in the AFC South.

In the Sunday night game, the Colts and the Giants faced off in the battle of brothers, as Peyton and Eli Manning tried to lead their teams to victory. Forget football, all I want to know is how depressing that game must have been for Cooper Manning, the only Manning that is/was not a star NFL quarterback. All jokes aside, the Colts won in a commanding fashion, destroying the Giants 38-14.

That’s it for this week folks. Enjoy the Monday night game between the Saints and the 49ers! My money is on the Niners, upset alert! BYE!

Eli (Left) and Peyton (Right) faced off Sunday night in the recently dubbed "Manning Bowl"

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