The Colts play Miami tonight. I probably won't watch much of it, because I am old and need my sleep in order to have the best mental acuity possible at work. I may write an addendum on the game, if I am able to catch some of it. Right now the focus is on getting ready to leave town in a couple of days.
Bears 17 - Steelers 14
I did catch most of this game. I think the surprise of the day, yesterday, was the Bears beating the Steelers. The field was sloppy from rain and the Steelers FG kicker wasn't able to connect on two occasions late in the game.
Another surprise is the way Cutler bounced back from a poor performance last week. He showed some real poise down the stretch. He got them into position for the game winning FG by Gould.
I know the Steelers miss Polamalu, but that should have been somewhat negated by the Bears' loss of Urlacher. The Bears didn't seem to miss him as much.
Jets 16 - Pats 9
Another shocker. I didn't see it, but it looks like the Jets defense is for real. The only question I have now is, will Sanchez replace Manning as Greg's whipping boy?
Ravens 31 - Chargers 26
It's always a great day, when SD loses. Once again, the boy-wonder punk Philip Rivers pads his stats (and gets accolades from the sports pundits for doing so). But the team gets a loss, which is why he is the most overrated QB in the league.
I am not a fan of the Ravens. But on this Sunday, I was.
Texans 34 - Titans 31
Tennessee 0-2? This is a shocker.
I saw the end of this one and it looked like a good game, albeit there was a lot of trash talking and some fisticuffs. But the real story here is more points by the Titans and they are 2-0, instead. Two close heartbreakers at the begiinng of the season is a big hole to be in, in this division.