BLU-RAY SIM FRANCHISE2012 NFL Season - Week Four FinalGiants Back on Track
>Philadelphia left the New Meadowlands outraged at the result of the Sunday Night match, falling
to the G-Men 24-27. Andy Reid was screaming in the hallways leading to the locker room, but not
at his team; at New York's style of play. Claims were made from the coach as well as athletes
that the clock was being intentionally ran down in the third and early fourth quarter because
the Giants couldn't face the music that they might lose yet another game. The Giants dismissed the
statements when followed later that night and came up with their own accusations against the Eagles.
However, whatever the case may be, New York left with a win and Philadelphia was dealt their first
loss of the season. The Giants have finally built up a little bit of momentum and carried it on through
their last two games, hopefully they can keep it up throughout the season. Philadelphia was just sloppy
during the match, not having a single
offensive touchdown. At least their Defense showed up
Sunday because Michael Vick surely didn't. It looked as if he struggled to get the measly 154 yards that
he threw for, causing two turnovers in the process; one interception and one fumble. But one game isn't
enough to slam the Eagles Quarterback.. well, this week it is.
The Eagles (3-1) now sit behind the undefeated Dallas Cowboys (4-0) with the Giants (2-2) right behind them.
If anything's for certain after the results of this game, it's that the NFC East just got a lot
more heated and the next match-up between these two franchises will be one to remember. Who knows,
Philadelphia fans might finally just get so fed up that they storm the field and get rid of the Giants
their own way.
:In Other News:
New Orleans (3-1) is dealt their first loss of the season by the Green Bay Packers (3-1).
Tampa Bay (2-2) continues their slide with a horrible loss by Washington (1-3).
Cam Newton is playing so poorly that Carolina fans have now begin betting on how many interceptions
he will throw each week. He currently leads the NFL with 17 interceptions.
Despite a somewhat sloppy play, San Francisco still runs un-defeated in the NFL (4-0).
The Dallas Defense had 5 takeaways as they continued their 4 game win streak.
Every player in the NFL seemed to miraculously heal this past week as every injury in the NFL was uplifted and no starter missed a game.
Written By: HollyPopDid
>>WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS<<#1[SIZE="3"]SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (4-0)
[/SIZE]#2 Dallas Cowboys (4-0)#3 Denver Broncos (4-0)#4 Green Bay Packers (3-1)#5 San Diego Chargers (4-0)#6 Jacksonville Jaguars (3-1)#7 Buffalo Bills (3-1)#8 New Orleans Saints (3-1)#9 Cincinnati Bengals (3-1)#10 Philadelphia Eagles (3-1)#11 New York Giants (2-2)#12 Atlanta Falcons (2-2)