Sunday, September 11, 2011

NFL is back!

“We are back to football.” Big play this week Ted Ginn, Jr returns a punt return for 102 yards. Ted Ginn, Jr then returns another punt for 55 yards 59 seconds after his first punt return for his 2011 NFL season opener. Cleveland Browns lose their season opener as the Cincinnati Bengals win their opener without Chad Ochocinco. As highlights footage capturing Dez Bryant reaching for the sky grabbing passes similar to a Charles Barkley rebound. Football has begun and the fans are going crazy. Skip Bayless reports via Twitter no hopes for Shanahan although big Redskins win. Mcnabb gets no airplay and Philadelphia Eagles big upset over St. Louis Rams. Saint Louis Rams suffer a hurt player giving Eagles a big opening season win after a big preseason scoreboard. In a bittersweet preseason start and a 100 million dollar contract Michael Vick is off to a great start. Rookie Cam Newton steals the show with a new NFL rookie record for most first game passing yards. Newton punishes Peyton Manning’s 302 passing yards record. As Newton gathers 422 passing yards against Arizona Cardinals in their season opener, the Panthers suffer the loss. Cam Newton’s touchdown run put the Carolina Panthers in the lead but they fell short losing 28-21 in the end. Ending week one with a double-header with New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins alongside Raiders versus Broncos. Miami attempts to seat some fans acquiring Reggie Bush in their post-NFL Lockout trade agreements. The Patriots and Dophins seem to be the NFL season opener mismatch, big names not a big game. With a 1-7 home mark last years and fans not showing up, Stephen Ross Miami Dolphins owner is determined to get his team in the spotlight again with home team fans. Talks of Reggie Bush being the every down back since Daniel Thomas has been unimpressive in preseason. Adam Shefter is expecting for the Cleveland Browns to make the playoffs. Rookie wide receiver A.J. Green was a fourth overall pick catching a 41-yard touchdown pass to put the Bengals at 1-0. The Bengals went 4-12 last season with Chad Ochocinco. Ochocinco is expected to debut with Brady for the New England Patriots in his hometown Miami, Florida for Monday night football and the end of week one NFL

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