Philadelphia Eagles 27 – Washington Redskins 17 (Week 7)

The Eagles had a task of bouncing back from a terrible lost last week to the Raiders and thankfully they were able to succeed. New addition to the team, Will Witherspoon, made an impact as he ran back an interception for a touchdown and created a fumble leading to a field goal. DeSean Jackson had another good game with a rushing and receiving touchdown, both of 60+ yards and he only had three touches. Donovan McNabb threw the 200th TD and 30,000th passing yard of his career in the 27-17 win over the Redskins.

~Signing Off~

NFL 2009 – 2010 Season – Week 7 Recap

The New Orleans Saints did their thing yesterday as they were nearly on the verge of losing their first game of the season to the Miami Dolphins. Drew Brees “The Monster” and the Saints outscored the Dolphins 22-0 in the 4th quarter for a big 46-34 victory, keeping them undefeated on the season at 6-0. Other scores from yesterday were:

Cardinals 24 – Giants 17
Bengals 45 – Bears 10
Cowboys 37 – Falcons 21
Jets 38 – Raiders 0
Bills 20 – Panthers 9
Steelers 27 – Vikings 17
Patriots 35 – Buccaneers 7
Chargers 37 – Chiefs 7
Colts 42 – Rams 6
Texans 24 – 49ers 21
Packers 31 – Browns 3

Tonight’s game is the Eagles at the Redskins!

~Signing Off~

Indianapolis Colts 42 – St. Louis Rams 6 (NFL Week 7)

Peyton Manning and the Colts stood undefeated today with a 42-6 victory over the miserable St. Louis Rams. Manning threw for 234 yards and 4 touchdowns. The Rams are still without a win for the season and things are not looking good, unless they just want the 1st pick in next year’s draft. The Colts are playing well, the question is will this keep up for the rest of the season and come playoff time.

~Signing Off~

Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Minnesota Vikings 17 (NFL Week 7)

Well so much for a perfect season. The Vikings met their match today versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Vikings came in at 6-0 without a loss and looking real good, but the Steelers had something to say about that and they did it on the field. Even though Brett Farve threw for over 300 passing yards, the Steelers defense came to play and their offense did their job in a 27-17 victory over the Vikings today giving them their first loss of the season.

~Signing Off~