|Vick Ballard spins upside down for the dramatic win. (Getty Images)|
So the Atlanta Falcons are STILL undefeated. They are doing a fantastic job this season. They beat Michael Vick and his Eagles 30-17. At this point, everyone is really starting to question Vick's worth as he's not performing well...even while playing on a $100 million contract.
Jay Cutler and his Chicago Bears beat the Carolina Panthers this weekend, 23-22. Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler are playing at a very high level these days.
New England mopped the floor with the St. Louis Rams in London's Wembly Stadium. Tom Brady alone threw for four touchdown passes helping his team beat the Rams 45-7.
The Miami Dolphins beat the NY Jets. The Dolphins looked to their backup quarterback, Matt Moore after starter Ryan Tannehill injured his left knee and quad muscle. This was a bit of an upset and had the Jets crowd chanting for Tim Tebow during the game. That can't be fun to hear if you're Mark Sanchez!
Andrew Luck and his Indianapolis Colts won again. This time by a last minute play in overtime, beating the Tennessee Titans 19-13. The winning play made by RB Vick Ballard (see picture) played out in dramatic fashion--he crossed the goal line upside down with his head almost hitting the pylon for a touchdown. It was cool, he kinda spun through the air and barely reached the ball over the line.
The NY Giants beat the Dallas Cowboys 29-24 at home. It's funny, ever since the Cowboys got the great new stadium four years ago, they've never won there against the Giants! Tony Romo threw 4 interceptions. Ouch.
On Sunday night, Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos crushed Drew Brees and his New Orleans Saints, 34-14.
And last night during Monday Night Football, we switched back and forth between watching Superstorm Sandy on the Weather Channel and watching the 49ers dominate the Arizona Cardinals 24-3. San Francisco's "stingy defense" only allowed 3 pts by the Cards and Randy Moss caught his first touchdown as a 49er.
I hope all of you on the East Coast today are safe and sound! Until next time...