On a less serious note, anybody have predictions for the playoff games this weekend?
Here are mine:
Indianapolis-Baltimore: The Colts offense looked weak in their win against Kansas City (Manning threw 3 interceptions) and Indy only has a .500 record on the road. Also, Baltimore is probably the best team in the NFL. Prediction: Baltimore.
New England-San Diego: If anybody can figure out a way to contain Chargers RB LaDanian Tomlinson, it's Bill Belichik. Though Philip Rivers has had an impressive season for a young quarterback, he's no Tom Brady, and that'll show now that it's the playoffs. Prediction: New England.
Philadelphia-New Orleans: Brian Westbrook played well for the birds last weekend, and Jeff Garcia did a competent job. But they still needed a late field goal to beat the inept NY Giants (the worst team in the playoffs) at home. New Orleans is a much better team than the Giants, with a far superior offense, and the Eagles will be on the road this time. Prediction: New Orleans.
Seattle-Chicago: Is there really any debate on this one? Seattle is a mediocre team that only got by Dallas on a fluke botched hold, and Chicago is the top team in the NFC. Prediction: Da Bears.