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Wild and Weird Week 5

Week five, aside from injury, was somewhat uneventful. However, today, we have seen some very interesting developments in the NFL. Who says there are no trades during the regular season?

The Buffalo Bills traded running back Marshawn Lynch to the Seattle Seahawks for two undisclosed draft choices. Lynch was the Bills’ first round draft pick in 2007. It will be interesting to see what kind of impact Lynch has on the overall performance of the Seahawks.

Lynch is no stranger to trouble with the law, but reports cite that this move is one in which he’s extremely excited about, and the Seahawks are happy to have him.

Many know that Randy Moss has not felt “wanted or appreciated” by the New England Patriots. Brady got his contract extension, and Moss thought the Pats should have done the same for him. Today, it was announced that Moss would be returning to the Minnesota Vikings, in exchange for an undisclosed (yet reported 3rd round) draft pick. Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings have to be beaming right now.

The question remains now, with two prominent players being traded in week five, does that open the Pandora’s Box of more upcoming trades before the NFL’s October 19 deadline?

Do you see more trades on the horizon? Who will stay, and who will go?


NFL Week Two Shockers

There were some shockers and some big upsets in week two of the 2010 NFL season.  Virtually every fan was, at some point, on the edge of their seats during Sunday’s games.

For fans, the overtime play between the Texans and the Redskins was stressful, to say the least. While the Redskins’ Donovan McNabb threw for 426 yards and a touchdown, the Texans’ Matt Schaub threw for a franchise record 497 yards. More interesting, though, is that this match-up was only the fifth time in NFL history featuring two 400+ yard passers.  In the end, it was Neil Rackers’ 35-yard field goal with 3:24 left in overtime, that gave the Houston Texans the win.

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