Broncos VS Chiefs Preview


Okay, okay, I’ll admit it. I’m talking about Tebow. But only because this is for the division. Plus, this could be a real test for the future. 75% of the NFL teams have average quarterbacks. So let’s see how Tebow does against an average quarterback, Kyle Orton.

QUARTER 1: Tebow is a little jumpy. So I predict he’ll throw an interception on his second drive, after being forced to punt. The Chiefs will take advantage and get a field goal. After a few scoreless drives, the Tebows (thats what I call the Broncos sometimes) will be lead down the field, with mostly running, but a few key passes by Tebow. They’ll end up with a rushing touchdown, from McGahee on third down. The Chiefs will start the second quarter with the ball.

QUARTER 2: Sha-BLAM! The Chiefs will open the second quarter up with a long pass, and later get the touchdown. Nothing will happen for a while, until Tebow leads the Broncos down the field, but missing a key pass changes everything, and the clock runs out. SCORE GOING INTO SECOND HALF: Broncos 7, Chiefs 10.

QUARTER 3: The Chiefs get another field goal, but the Broncos will respond with a field goal of their own, no thanks to Tebow. Then, after a Kyle Orton pick run back for twenty yards, Tebow strikes with a long ball to the Chiefs 43. They three and out, so Matt Prater comes out to tie the game. It’s good! 13 all going into…

QUARTER 4: But, the Magic doesn’t last long. The Chiefs get not one, but two field goals unanswered, from not one, but two Tebow interceptions. With five minutes to play, the Broncos get the ball. Touchdown to win. McGahee runs and runs the ball, until it’s third and long at their own forty. Finally, Tebow emerges. He throws it for seventeen yards, and into Chiefs territory. 3 minutes to play. But, they can only get a field goal. The onside kick fails, and the game looks to be over. But then! With 2 minutes to go, Kyle Orton remembers his past, and fumbles. They have a chance. Tebow leads them down the field, and after a couple miracles, a 58 yard field goal attempt to send the game into overtime becomes the final play of the game. He misses! Oh, but what’s this? The Chiefs iced him, and messed it up, too. So, one more try. It’s GOOD! OVERTIME!

OVERTIME: The Chiefs win the toss, and elect to receive. But, when nobody looks, the Broncos make an onside kick, and recover it! Tebow will throw it , run it, and do everything people thought he could do. And then, with one miracle throw, a touchdown will send the Broncos to the playoffs.


UPDATE: I guess I was wrong. But, don’t worry! The Broncos are still in the playoffs for all you Tebowers. Cursed NFL Playoff system, that’s what Raiders fans will be saying tonight.


Are the Texans falling fast?


Okay. Here’s the deal. The Texans lost last night. To the Colts. Now, one loss to the Colts doesn’t write out your whole postseason. But, if the Texans would like to win the Super Bowl at this pace, good luck. But why are they losing so fast? Well, T.J Yates is no Matt Schaub. He’s no Christian Ponder. He’s no Rex Grossman, for pete’s sake! Andrè Johnson has to step up, big time, and so does T.J Yates, or else they’re looking at a first round loss in the playoffs.

Who dat! Are the Saints going back to the Super Bowl?


In 2010, the Saints proved that they didn’t need paper bags as their trademark. But, will they go further and get their second NFC Championship in three years? Very likely. Now before you shut me up, and tell me that the Pack will win, let me tell you three things.

1. The Packers don’t have enough defense to get through the NFC with the Falcons, Saints, and 49ers in the competition.

2. They haven’t had a true offensive test. If and when they play the 49ers, we’ll see what happens.

3. The Saints have lost to the Packers, but let’s face it – that was week one, and only by 8 points, A.K.A one possession.

So, if you pick the Pack, and they lose the NFC, don’t blame me!


Euro 2012 could surprise you….


We all expect one thing from EURO 2012. Spain. Spain. And Spain. But, you may be surprised!

England has revamped themselves, and France sure isn’t like 2010. In fact, it’s a completely different team! The Nedtherlands have been forgotten, but trust me, you’ll know who they are.

WARNING: Portugal may not do well. This is because they are quite overrated. SURPRISING: England and Germany will do well.

That’s what I have to say so far, but I’ll keep updating you on the US MNT, the UEFA Cup, and EURO 2012.