With the loss to the Giants in week 5, the Texans took a nice little nose dive in the conference rankings. The Texans start the week in the 6 spot of the AFC playoff picture. Needless to say, a win against the AFC Chiefs is pretty important here. This week's lineup has 8 games that impact the Texans, with the Colts on the schedule after our bye, a win and some luck on our side this week is paramount.
Dolphins@Packers - Packers have gotten absolutely ass hammered by the injury fairy so far this year, but with Rodgers at the helm, anything is still possible here. The Dolphins are coming off a bye and looking to make some noise. Lets hope theres still some magic in Lambeau Field.
Chargers@Rams - The Chargers are off to their usual slow start, but the last several years they start turning it on mid season and charge into the post season. Right about the time they play us. Lets pray the NFC Rams can do us a favor here and push the Chargers back a little more in the AFC Worst division.
Ravens@Patriots - One of the two games this week where either outcome is favorable. The Ravens are the dominate team in the AFC though, a chink in the armor this week would do them (and us) some good.
Lions@Giants - If our sore asses are any indication the Giants are going to rape the hell out of the Lions like its a bad Angelia Jolie movie about the Bosnian War.
Falcons@Eagles - I heard Michael Vick sacrificed a few
pitbulls goats to try and make it back to face Cunta Robinson and his old team, but Kolb is getting the start this week. The Eagles defense is banged up and the Falcons are on a high right now. Clearly that means the Eagles are gonna win.
Browns@Steelers - Think about this for a second. The Steel Curtain is the 3rd best defense. The Browns are starting 3rd stringer QB Colt McCoy. I think I'm gonna go buy some stock in Advil for this game. Maybe Vince Young will sprinkle some baby juice on McCoy so he can JUST WIN GAMES.
Raiders@49ers - The Raiders were felling so good about themselves after that big win over the Chargers last week. Too back they are starting Jason Campbell again against a desperate 49er team. Poor Raider Nation.
Jets@Broncos - Nobody is throwing the ball like the Broncos right now and Revis Island might disappear from the radar this week like LOST with a bad hammy. Strange things happen in that mile high stadium, Broncos over the Jets.
Cowboys@Vikings - Both of these Super Bowl favorites are 1-3. Does fate get any sweeter? I'd love to see Brett Favre crack another elbow or get distracted flashing his junk at a sideline reporter, but it would be much much more pleasurable to see Tony Homo and the Cokeboys crying back to Jerry World if they drop to 1-4.
Colts@Redskins - Everything is knotted up in the AFC South right now and we need all the help we can get. Lets hope the glare off Manning's 5head blinds his receivers all day and the Redskins help us out here.
Titans@Jaguars - With both divisional foes at 3-2 just like us, the outcome of this game is good for us either way. But lets be real, we hate the tits more than Hitler. So heres to hoping Pocket Hercules goose steps all over them in a half full Jacksonville stadium.
|American Football Conference - 2010 Regular Season|
|AFC Team||Div||W||L||T||Pct||PF||PA||Net Pts||TD||Home||Road||Div||Pct||Conf||Pct||Non-Conf||Streak||Last 5|
|2.||New York Jets||ACE||4||1||0||.800||135||81||54||14||2-1||2-0||3-0||1.000||3-1||.750||1-0||4W||4-1|
|3.||Kansas City Chiefs||ACW||3||1||0||.750||77||57||20||8||2-0||1-1||1-0||1.000||2-1||.667||1-0||1L||3-1|
|4.||New England Patriots||ACE||3||1||0||.750||131||96||35||17||2-0||1-1||2-1||.667||3-1||.750||0-0||2W||3-1|