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That does not bode well for the 0 1 occupants of the new $1.6billion stadium, who saw their second year quarterback look shakier than Portsmouth's annual accounts against the rabid Ravens last weekend.
TrepidationSo, when Chicago and Dallas face off in the Palace of Jones, aka new Cowboys Stadium, neither coach can afford to be Mr Confident when it comes to what their team is likely to serve up.
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Both teams will therefore walk the artificial turf of trepidation this Sunday, and another less than competent performance from either line up will raise some serious questions about either coach's future tenure.
DisjointedMuch early hype had been expended on expectations of high powered passing games and offensive juggernauts, but what we actually saw, by and large, was Michael Kors Traveler Review
What we actually saw, by and large, was a disjointed collection of questionable quarterbacks, awful offensive lines and a positive welter of interceptions and fumbles.
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If ever there was a time to have fingers prematurely poised ominously above panic buttons, it is ahead of Week 2 in the wild, wild world of the NFL, or the Nutty Fruitcake League as some coaches may well have deemed it after the shenanigans of opening week.
For the home team, their most pressing needs are to patch up an O line that is more Swiss cheese than cr me de la cr me (OK, that's pretty weak, but you come up with a better dairy product simile at 10 o'clock at night) and staunch the bleeding of a dizzying penalty count. Emergency Ward 10 has fewer casualties on a typical Saturday night.
in every facet of the game, and it is unlikely they could be any more 'up' for the trip to New Jersey.
The early season colly wobbles are also beautifully encapsulated in this Sunday's two headline games on Sky (live on SS2 from 5.30pm) as the bumbling Bears visit the confused Cowboys and in form New England pay a call on the team they have taken a distinct dislike to in recent years, the nerve jangling Michael Kors Medium Savannah
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All of a sudden, the casual loss of Alan Faneca, Thomas Jones and Leon Washington is not looking such great business on the part of the Jets' front office and, unless off the Mark Sanchez suddenly starts playing like the $50million man he is (instead of the Fifty Cent version), it could be a long, cold winter on that side of the Hudson River.
Even Lovie Smith cannot afford to be sitting comfortably on the Bears' hot seat at the moment, despite his team's big time celebrations after knocking off the toothless Lions at Soldier Field in their opener. On the face of it, Jay Cutler threw for a ton of yards; Chicago marched up and down the field seemingly at will; and their defence knocked hapless Matthew Stafford into the middle of November with their pass rush.
I'd go as far as to opine that much of the fare that was served up on Thursday, Sunday and Monday was positively putrid, an embarrassment of pre season proportions as offences mis fired, defences disappointed and special teams were, well, anything but special.
But those stat facts disguise the fact that various Bears treated the ball like a bar of exceedingly wet soap at times, their running game was at pop gun strength much of the time, and their red zone offence wasn't so much out of sync as off the reel futile. And, except for one highly debatable last minute call (Question: when is a catch not a catch? Answer: when it is not 'processed' properly, according to the game officials), it could easily have been alas Smith and Co.
That is certainly the way many are viewing the controversies, upsets and sheer unpredictability of the first salvoes in the battle to reach Super Bowl XLV a target that suddenly seems a bit further away if you are the highly fancied Jets, Bengals, Eagles, Falcons, Cowboys, Chargers, 49ers, Vikings and even the usually impregnable (at least in early season terms) Colts.
It is likely Michael Kors Purses Green to be equally tense in the New Meadowlands, where the real time confidence meters of the Patriots and Jets are likely to be in inverse proportion to each other (irrespective of the fact that the irascible Ryan would likely declare himself positive of reaching XLV even if his team was 0 8).
a disjointed collection of questionable quarterbacks, awful offensive lines and a positive welter of interceptions and fumbles.
Four teams (Jets, Chiefs, Texans and Bills) failed to muster more than 150 yards passing (although Matt Schaub discovered he just had to hand the ball to sophomore sensation Arian Foster to make the scoreboard whirl against Indianapolis); half the league were held under 200 yards; and big yardage machines like the Chargers, Bengals, Colts, Cowboys and Broncos all came up on the wrong end of the scoreline after major failings on both sides of the ball.
And, while it is still too early to suggest a second defeat of the fledgling campaign would set the alarm bells ringing in earnest in Arlington and the Meadowlands, there is good reason to think both Wade Phillips and Rex Ryan will not sleep easily unless there is a big, fat 'W' in the win loss column on Monday morning.
My best guess is we will witness a merry Jerry but a rueful Rex when all the dust has settled. But then I thought San Francisco would walk the NFC West this season, and we all know how that prediction looks right now!
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So, while we might not necessarily expect a free wheeling, high scoring, epic battle of well tuned gridiron machines this weekend, the two games in question offer a fascinating view of sportsmen under the microscope and how they cope with it.
Fans of Chicago, Miami, Washington, New York Giants, Kansas City and Arizona may also be slightly wary of considering early bookings for Dallas in February, despite winning starts.
Commissioner Roger Goodell has been actively campaigning for much less pre season fare in future just two games, instead of the standard four but, on the evidence of opening week, many teams need MORE, not less.
In fact, unless you were New Orleans, Houston, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Green Bay, Tennessee or New England (naturally, as Bill Belichick teams rarely stumble out of the gate), the consensus is that there wasn't too much to celebrate or laud in Week 1.
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