NFL Week 3: The Aftermath

NFL Week 3: The Aftermath.

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Cleveland Browns (0-3) at Baltimore Ravens (2-1)

Mo Said: Ravens 31-10

Bo Said: Black Birds 32-3

Final Score:  Ravens 24 Browns 17

The Aftermath!

Bo Says: The Ravens must have coasted on defense, I am high on this team and Flacco finally woke up with connecting to Bouldin, but this team should be rolling. Happy to see the Browns at least move the ball with Seneca Wallace.

Mo Says:  I wouldn’t exactly call what the Raven did against the Browns an offensive breakout; I’m still waiting.  And it won’t come against the Steel Curtain this week.  I’ve been eating crow for almost a month over my preseason prediction of the Steelers sucking.  That won’t stop this week.

Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) at Carolina Panthers (0-3)

Mo Said: Bungles 24-21

Bo Said: Carolina 19-16

Final Score:  Bengals 20 Panthers 7

The Aftermath!

Bo Says: I’m still not sold on the  Cincy Kittens one bit. Jimmy Clausen had his first NFL game and rookie growing pains. The Bengals are garbage, and Carson Palmer is still the king of Suck Land.

Mo Says: The Bungles are a veteran team, and not near as bad as you seem to think.  I agree that Palmer is garbage, but come December they’ll still be in the hunt.  And Brady Quinn, er…. Rick Mirer, er…. yeah, you get the drift.  Claussen is a bust.

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  1. Posted September 28, 2010 at 7:06 am

    Nice article Bo. I’m sorry to say big guy, but i think big Mo got lucky and beat you by four games this week. How do both of you stand for the year so far. I think you’ll come back strong this week. Remember Bo, you can’t let a Big Ten Homo get the best of you………..

  2. Posted September 28, 2010 at 8:11 am

    Nice Work

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