So, as usual the Falcons don't make the playoffs to the exception of last year and 06's NFC Championship Run. They beat the Bills with Matt Ryan's 3 TD passes, in a death trial match-up for the Bills, 31-3 (what a surprise). This game matters nothing whatsoever, though it could be the first time in franchise history they have gone above .500 in two straight years. The Buccaneers are coming off their second upset win this season though every win this year will be an upset win.
The biggest upset this year other than Jets-Colts last week was a thriller and the Saints are officially marching backwards. Micheal Spurlock, the hot PR, will have pressure on his shoulders to repeat his performance with last week's PRTD.
Did you remember to visit NFL.com and vote for the players you wanted in the Pro Bowl? My top 10 candidates you might not think will be the Pro Bowl are
10. MIA - HB - Ricky Williams
6 Years between 1,000 seasons.
9. MIN - WR - Sidney Rice
What a breakthrough season. 77 Rec, 1200 Yds through 16 Gms.
8. DAL - WR - Miles Austin
A very strong year from the injury prone wideout.
74 Rec, 1,230 Yards, 11 Tds.
7. MIN - QB - Brett Favre
What?!? The Old Man can still play. (104.3 QB Rating.)
6. CIN - QB - Carson Palmer
A lack of yards is made up with 21 TDs and only 12 Mis-finds.
5. WAS - DE - Andre Carter
11 Sacks and T-1st in tackles for DE's.
4. NO - DE - Will Smith
A bounce back year and Will finds himself in a groove. (13 sacks in 09, 3 Sacks in 08)
3. ATL - MLB - Curtis Lofton
103 Solo Tackles, 129 Total Tackles. He's a shoe in.
Tie-2. STL - MLB - James Lauranitis and HOU - OLB - Brian Cushing
These Rookies have shone early in their careers.
1. NFLNET - Reporter - Deion Sanders
Are you kidding!? He predicted the Loss of the Colts and won his Bet with Rich Eisen! Go Primetime with Deion at the end of NFL Total Access each week on Wednesday at 7pm ET only on NFL Network.
Just Joking. Here's the real #1:
CIN - WR - Chad Ochocinco
Ochocinco has played phenomenal and has picked up his play after a let-down 2008 season.
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