Ah yes... it's back baby! So let's get on with it.... 49'ers at Giants - Didn't get much of a chance to watch the Thursday night opener cause I was at work, but I work at a bar so I did get to watch it off and on. But that's a great idea to have one game to open the season in a big city, and throw a big party. Good job Tagliabue! But from the looks of it, minus the final 6 seconds, what a boring game. In retrospect, the opener should have been....... Chiefs at Browns - Holy crap! I don't think I've ever seen a more exciting regular season game the last few years with the exception of the Dolphins/Jets monday night game with that montrous comeback by the Jets a few years back. There was 10 lead changes in this game I believe and one of the quirkiest endings I'd ever seen. If you didn't get a chance to see this game, catch the highlights later on tonight. Neither team had any defense at all, but the offense shown by both teams, especially Priest Holmes and Quincy Carter was really impressive. It looked pretty gloomy for the Chiefs in the 2nd half after a decent 1st half, but they hung in there and scored 23 points in the 4th qtr. vs. the Browns 12. I would go ahead and describe the whole quarter for you, but it would take too long, and you can just go read a recap. It was truely amazing to witness being a Chiefs fan myself. So many screw ups accumulated at the end of the game for the Browns that they literally, had the game won with zero time left on the clock, but a personal foul on the play as time ran out gave the the Chiefs a chip in 30 yard field goal when the play started on our own 40 yard line. It was a shame one team had to lose that game, but being a Chiefs fan, I'm not complaining, and the Browns did it to themselves and can't blame anyone else. San Diego vs. Cincy: The Chargers decision to pick up Brees and Tomlinson vs. picking Vick is paying off a lot quicker than we thought it would. 34-6! Very impressive, and Tomlinson looks like he's gonna be very dominant in years to come. Atlanta vs. Green Bay: I really wish I could have seen this cause Vick had one hell of a game. I'd suggest anyone that has any offensive players from the Falcons on your fantasy team, dump them, cause Vick is the entire offense. He'd lead the team in recieving if he could throw to himself. But it wasn't enough as the Falcons lost in OT 37-34. Miami vs. Detroit: Uh oh folks... watch out, Miami could cause some damage this year and finally make it to the Superbowl. Ricky had a great game garnering 110 yards and two TD's, and Fiedler was 18-27 with 3 TD's. People in Miami are now saying... "Marino who?" And Detroit, once again, you suck. Washington vs. Arizona: Ok, I'd like to meet the man who said before this game, "Ya know, I got a good feeling about Shane Matthews being the QB. I'd say he'll throw for 300+ yards, 3 TD's, and no picks. Maybe this will be the year Jake Plummer finally gets good. Some over-hyped first round picks it takes 6+ years to finally come around. Tampa Bay vs. New Orleans: Wow... talk about a desire to win. It's in OT right now, but I don't think there's much doubt the Bucs don't win this game. I take that back, Bucs just had to punt it away, but they still hold the momentum. I'm so glad Gruden is out of the AFC West cause I hate the Raiders, and he made them too good for my taste. And even though my Chiefs have Vermiel, and the Broncos have Shanahan, and the Chargers have Marty, Gruden would be the best coach in this division right now had he stayed. St. Louis vs. Denver: Ha ha ha ha... I love watching the Rams lose, and I love watching them suck complete ass. Martz wasn't the genuis behind the Rams, he sucks and is a mediocre coach with too much talent and he's gonna drive this franchise into the ground and I'll be laughing the entire way. One F'ing TD by the "Best show on turf" Hah... that's laughable. Most impressive performances of the week? - Move over Faulk, Priest Holmes is the best back in the NFL, and has been for over a season. The Chiefs didn't utilize him right until the 4th qtr. and that's when he exploded and scored 3 TD's. Last year people called him Baby Faulk, this year I think Marshall gets to be called baby Holmes. They are the exact same type of runner, and Holmes is out-running the competition (pardon the really bad pun.) Most suprising performances of the week? - Shane Matthews' 3 TD 300+ yard game nobody saw coming. People thought he'd embarass himself out there. - Kelly Holcomb's performance against the Chiefs' D was quite impressive, although it was the Chiefs' D and most of the WR'ers were wide open all day. But still, you can't ignore 326 yards and 3 TD's with no picks. - Travis Henry with 150 yards and 3 TD's blew everyone's mind as well. I'm getting pretty excited about seeing the Cowboys/Texans matchup tonight and I hope Dallas gets killed.