15 Oct 2007
Before the season started, we projected Jacksonville to be one of the best teams in the league. Then Jack Del Rio took a tomahawk to his starting quarterback, the run defense was shredded by Tennessee and everyone in Jacksonville promptly stopped going to the games. Four straight wins later and the Jags are looking very much like an elite team, and they head into a Monday night showdown against Indy that neither team can afford to lose if they want to keep up with New England in the race for homefield. Oh, and David Garrard is playing lights-out. You got us on that one, Jack.
36 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2007, 1:29pm by Brian
Stomping the Jags leaves Washington No. 2 behind only Denver. But what can we really learn from one big win early in the season, before we are applying opponent adjustments?