Monday, October 20, 2008

The Mondays: A good day for Tampa

Sunday was a great day to be a citizen of Tampa. The Rays won the AL Pennant and are playing in their first World Series in franchise history. A big congratulations goes out to them, here at Oh No Romo. However, this is a football blog. We talk football here.

SUNDAY NIGHT RECAP: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20 - Seattle Seahawks 10- Sunday night was by far a big night for quarterback Jeff Garcia. Garcia threw for 310 yards and one touchdown in the win. The lone touchdown pass went to receiver Antonio Bryant. The Bucs are now 5-2 and tied for first in the NFC South. If the Bucs go through Dallas and KC, they will go 7-2 into their bye week. I'd have to say things are going well.

ROMO ALERT: St. Louis Rams 34 - Dallas Cowboys 14- No Tony Romo, no win? It could be the case. You can't deny that the Rams have been playing good football though. Steven Jackson had a HUGE day for the Rams. Jackson ran for three touchdowns and 160 yards rushing. The Rams have knocked off two NFC East teams in a row. Coach Jim Haslett could very well save this season for the Rams.

Chicago Bears 48 - Minnesota Vikings 41- The Bears are an offensive fire power. Kyle Orton threw for 280 yards on Sunday with two touchdown passes. The Bears special teams deserve the credit for the win on Sunday though. Two touchdowns were scored on miscues by the Vikings special teams. The first came when punter Chris Kluwe dropped the snap, with Garrett Wolfe recovering the fumble and returning it 17 yards. The second came on a fumble by Charles Gordon, with Zackary Bowman scoring the touchdown.

Monday Night Prediction: Denver over New England

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