Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:45
Not quite as easy as you first thought, is it, San Diego?
at Dallas 30, Baltimore 37
at Seattle 41, San Diego 14
at The Washington REDSKINS, YOU PROFESSIONALLY OFFENDED BASTARDS 24, Cleveland 23
The Chargers were crowing about their offense after cutting through Dallas’ reserves like the proverbial hot knife through butter.
Then that hot knife ran into a stone.
This game could have gone into ovetime (and would have, had new Cleveland coach Mike Pettine been a little more conventional about things), but a pass on a two-point conversion to win the game on the last play went high.
Pettine still hasn’t named his Game 1 starter. Maybe he’s waiting for Brian Hoyer to flip some team off before he does.
This Cowboy offense could be something special.
(Yeah, yeah, I know – it’ll have to be, ’cause there’s no D in Allas. Got it.)
The line can block, the backs can run…and when El Choko isn’t putting the ball on the ground, he’s got receivers that can catch the thing, too.
As to the mistakes…yes, it could be argued that, minus the fumbled exchange to Murray (returned for a touchdown) and the crappy special teams play (over 200 yards for the game), the C’boys offense outscore the Ravens offense.
Then again, when you have a 14-7 lead even before your offense has taken the field, how hard do you really have to try, hm?
The PFW will return Saturday, when I talk about something – what I don’t know.
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