Detroit at Washington The second half is underway and my Redskins are still kicking ass. Mike Sellers is absolutely destroying people (video of this to come) and he even managed to steal a touchdown away from all of the Clinton Portis fantasy owners. Washington is dominating on both sides of the ball. Jason Campbell has been precise, the offense has held the ball, and the defense hasn't let Jon Kitna get comfortable. The Super Bowl bound Redskins lead 14-0! Alright, enough homerism, the rest are after the jump.
Arizona at St. Louis Matt Leinart and Kurt Warner are a combined 15/27 passing the ball with one interception coming from the morally questionable one. The old one actually managed to rush for a one-yard touchdown joining Edgerrin James in the box score. Larry Fitzgerald has already gone well over 100 yards without Anquan Boldin playing. On the other side St. Louis is hanging tough. Gus Frerotte did what Marc Bulger hasn't been able to in a while, throwing a touchdown to a receiver. 23-13 Arizona leads.
Atlanta at Tennessee DeAngelo Hall asked for forgiveness in his own special way, returning a LenDale White fumble all the way for the score. After that Tennessee started giving the ball to Chris Brown who's found the end zone once himself. Aside from that it's been the crappy field goal battle everybody expected. Vince Young is not doing his part to make the game more interesting, he's already turned it over twice. Atlanta's on top 13-10
NY Jets at NY Giants After the Giants opened up the second half with a touchdown drive ending in a Brandon Jacobs 19-yard run the Jets answered right back. Leon Washington took the kick back almost the entire length of the field to reestablish a double digit lead. Chad Pennington has played well with one touchdown and an interception to match but Eli Manning has been absolutely putrid. Fortunately for the Giant faithful the running game looks stout once again. Derrick Ward and Brandon Jacobs are both moving the ball with ease. 24-14 Jets in the best game so far today.
I'll be back later with a wrap up of the early action.