Larry Fitzgerald is my hero.
Other then the fact that the Falcons had no answer for the Arizona WR, this was a pretty evenly matched contest. Fitzgerald finished the day with six catches for 101 yards and a score … and man was his touchdown incredible. The wideout leaped in the air and snagged a 42-yard pass over two
Note to officials: If a game goes to overtime, you can’t let it be decided by penalties.
I’m not saying that the blame fully rests on the shoulders of the referees, but they were a big reason that the Colts lost to the Chargers on Saturday night.
It’s about time Darren Sproles got the ball.
No one benefited more from the groin injury to Ladainian Tomlinson then the super reserve Sproles. Sproles received a season-high 22 carries that went for 105 yards with two touchdowns. He also contributed with five receptions for 45 yards and 178 total return yards. He was an all-around savage in the biggest game of the season for
Attention AFC: A trip to the Super Bowl can only be attained if you get past the Ravens defense.
In case you didn’t know, the Baltimore Ravens defense is the real deal. And they once again proved this on Sunday when they dismantled Chad Pennington and the rest of the Dolphin offense.
When in doubt, give the ball to Brian Westbrook.
With the Philadelphia Eagles clinging to a 16-14 lead late in the fourth quarter, who else delivered the big play then Westbrook. Westbrook caught a little screen pass from QB Donovan McNabb and scampered 71 yards for the game-clinching touchdown. This was vintage Westbrook, who has been up-and-down all season. He had been a non-factor all day until that big play, but with the game on the line, there isn’t anyone else I would want with the ball then Westbrook.