Week 2 of the NFL season is telling the real fans of football who can play and which teams are legit. Regardless of what was said about you at the beginning of the season, you have to put up or shut up in the league that doesn’t take anyone or anything for granted. Two weeks are proof that anything can happen with proper preparation, good coaching, and perfect execution in all three phases of the game.
A few teams have started out 2 – 0 and others are now 0 – 2. There is no doubt that starting good is important to ticket sales and ownership perceptions of teams, but how you finish is more important than how you start. Some of the teams that we have seen this year so far aren’t showing any signs of improvement while others look much better than the EXPERTS had given them credit for.
Summary of Week 2
The Green Bay Packers are as good as advertised. The Packer’s even without Ryan Grant are pretty darn good. Aaron Rodgers is solid and the Packers have a slew of wide receivers that they can throw at you. The surprising thing is the Packers defense. They are fast and aggressive. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Packers are playing their final game in the new Texas Stadium, although it is highly unlikely without a solid running game.
The York Jets have the Patriots number. For some reason the Jets are one of the few teams that can control Randy Moss (Mr. Outside) and Wes Welker (Mr. Inside). Mr. Revis gave up one touchdown to Randy Moss, but the Jets shut Mr. Outside down as he only had 2 catches for 38 yards.
The Dallas Cowboys offense is anemic at best. Everyone knows that I love the Dallas Cowboys but their offense has been bad the past few games. For some reason Tony Romo’s delivery looks awkward and his accuracy isn’t what it used to be. If Romo doesn’t pick it up, the Dallas Cowboys will be in