After a horrible weekend (flat tire, health issues, Bears loss, 2 fantasy losses), I am ready to turn the page and focus on next week. But here’s what happened in week 6.
Boocheeman v. BearfanMike
BFM got a big break when Desean Jackson went down, opening up a path for Jeremy Maclin to have a huge day, and at the expense of Shady McCoy (Boochee). A nice line from Ryan Torain covered for another goose-egg from Greg Olsen. Boochee got a good day from Kolb, but Randy Moss and
In a season of parity like no other, there are no 4-0 teams in the NFL. Likewise, we now have a 8-way tie for first w/ 8 teams sitting @ 3-2.
Boochee v. Nick
Huge games from Hakim Nicks and Malcolm Floyd were the story for Nick. They propelled him to victory in spite of no scores from Ryan Grant (IR) and Gostkowski (BYE). Imagine if he actually paid attention to his team! Boochee got useful lines from Shady McCoy & Randy Moss, but Devin Hester let him down. Todd Collins
Ugly week for Bear fans! Devastating first half, and if things don’t improve, they’ll be sucking Cutler up with a straw soon.
American Pitbull v. Boochee
Pitbull got hammered by the early loss of Mike Vick, while BoocheeMan took advantage with his handcuff (Kolb). Garrett Hartley was benched for John Carney. Boochee survived goose-eggs from Jamaal Charles (bye) and Randy Moss (disappeared)and was able to overcome 2 TD by Gates (again!) Both sit @ 2-2. Pitbull—56, Boochee—68
Update a little late today, as I recover from that fantastic MNF game! Just a thought, If these teams keep “giving” us these victories, I’ll take it! Perhaps the common denominator is that the Bears force teams into playing crappy!
Menace v. Papabear
Poor Derek! For the second time this season, he had his Monday Night guy juuuust short-change him. Riding his huge day from Anquon Boldin, he must have felt pretty good about Matt Forte sealing his win. Forte fell just 6 yards shy
Whew! Week one in the books! Houston beats Indy, KC beats SD, the Bears finally get a controversial call go thier way, dogs & cats living together,...sheer chaos!
Menace v. Norman--this game was affected by poor RB production. Michael Bush was a scratch, and Jon Stewart and Fred Jackson each got less than 20 yards. Both QBs (Rodgers and Brees) had uncharacteristic games. Andre Johnson was left with the scraps from Arian Foster, and Crabtree seemed lackadaisical, earning Samurai