Week 16 saw top seeded playoff team taking it easy and almost laying down to avoid injury to their starters. Viking Thunder went 10-6 last week and over all for the year n impressive 150-90 and 60 games over 500.
This final week sees more of last week, only more evident.
Patriots at NY Giants
Pats going for a perfect 16-0 record, Brady going for records, Moss going for records, will get them against the Giants who are already in the playoffs and have nothing to gain in winning.
Seahawks at Falcons
Ahh, Falcons suck.
Saints at Bears
Saints need help to get in the playoffs. But first and foremost, they need to win. Sorry.
Bengals at Dolphins
Picked on the Bengals all season. Time to let up.
Lions at Packers
Packers resting players, Lions out to finish with high note.
Jaguars at Texans
Jags resting, Texans building on next season.
Panthers at Bucs
Bucs resting players, Panthers just resting. But still,
Bills at Eagles
Is McNabb auditioning for future teams. Bills building for next season.
49ers at Browns
Playoff implications. Browns need a win, 49ers want to spoil.
Steelers at Ravens
Ravens downward spiral out of control. Wordking on a better draft slot position. Need a loss to secure it. They’ll get it.
Chargers at Raiders
Chargers resting players. Raiders starting the #1 over draft pick for very first time. Last freaking game of the season. Why?
Cowboys at Redskins
Usually a classic battle but Cowboys opt to sit the players and start the cheerleaders. Reskins need to win to get into the playoffs. Control their own destiny. To much tits and ass on their mind.
Vikings at Broncos
Playoff implications. Vikings blew it last week, now need help to get in. For starters, they must beat the Broncos. Peterson runs wild for 200 yards.
Chiefs at Jets
Red or green? pick one!
Jets win, Jets win, Jets win!
Titans at Colts
Playoff implications. Titans win and they are in. Hope Vince Young knows this. Colts resting players.
Rams at Cardinals
Both teams enjoying a little upswing. Should be an entertaining high scoring game. What’s the starting quarterback for the Cards these days?
There you have it, the entire 17 week NFL schedule broken down for your pleasure. I hope you enjoyed this section of the Grassy Knoll Institute.
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