NFL Week 5: Good, Bad & Ugly
Thanks to a phenomenal effort from the TopCats (pictured above), the Carolina Panthers came away with their first win of the season. Even though it was a come from behind victory over the lowly Redskins, the Panthers will take it.
How about the Cincinnati Bengals? If Brandon Stokley hadn’t caught that deflected pass in the closing seconds against the Broncos then the Bengals would be undefeated at 5-0. Since defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer’s wife passed away unexpectedly on Thursday night, it was truly an emotional win for a franchise that now appears to be headed in the right direction after several years of being a punchline.
The St. Louis Rams were blown out once again thanks to several costly turnovers. In a related story, prospective owner Rush Limbaugh overdosed on Oxycontin while watching the game on television and was rushed to a local hospital for treatment.
Dick Jauron looks like a stage III cancer patient on the sidelines and his team is playing like it only has a few weeks to live. Unless the Buffalo Bills miraculously turn things around during the next few weeks, Jauron is as good as gone.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are winless and the team’s future prospects are so bleak that head coach Raheem Morris is thinking about throwing in the towel and returning to the world of rap music. Wait, he isn’t the well known rap artist?
JaMarcus Russell took home the Norvie Award last week and the entire Oakland Raiders team is the unanimous winner in week 5. In a 44-7 loss to the New York Giants, Team Dysfuntion gained less than 150 total yards and looked completely lifeless. Perhaps this has something to do with their head coach facing felony assault charges and possible jail time. Have the Raiders finally hit rock bottom? Only time will tell…