Last game of the season and I am glad it's almost kickoff.
Let's start with inactives for both teams.
The Pats are LaAdrian Waddle, DJ Foster, Jacoby Brissett, Michael Floyd, Cyrus Jones, Justin Coleman and Jordan Richards.
The Falcons are Nick Williams, Teron Ward, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Dashon Goldson, Josh Keyes, Wes Scweitzer, and DJ Tialavea.
I think it's a good sign that Floyd is down as that hints that Danny Amendola is ok.
Before I say anything else, I want to offer condolences to Chad and his family. For those of you who don't know, 85s dad passed away. He's in Florida today for the funeral, and hopes to be back to Foxboro for the game. I hope he gets the chance to get a long TD tommorow, if weather lets him get back here.
Now, onto football musings:
Oakland: Who will take that job? You'd be taking over a team that's had 6 head coaches (7 when you take over), since 2002. You have
Well, I went 1-3 last week, but that's ok. It's a new week.
One interesting tidbit last week - all four losing teams were called for 12 men in the huddle on Offense! That's very rare to see called at all, and to have it happen four times in one week was weird.
Some other thoughts:
Marvin Lewis really needs a challenge advisor. Both of his sucked really bad, and he needs someone near him to give him advice on those.
How did we see
Back on September 3rd, I blogged with my predictions for the playoffs. Let's see how I did!
Here were my predictions for the NFC in order of playoff seeding:
I was right with three picks, though I messed up who would win the division of the Saints and Falcons. I missed with the Eagles (who like everyone, I thought would be better), the Vikings (Ok, I thought