How wrong I was, as this week in the style of 'The Undertaker' we witnessed the re-birth of 'you can't spell elite without Eli!'
This to me is a joke and common sense should prevail, he clearly was not trying to waste time as the rule was intended for but had a momentary lapse in concentration. I ask you what is throwing a challenge flag when something will be reviewed anyway or allowing a score that in no way should ever have been allowed in a million years!
Okay so my rant is over for now, please enjoy the highlights by clicking on the image below:
I have been so impressed with this kid all season and for someone who is mostly known for his athleticism and running ability, he sure can throw a great deep ball too. In the first quarter Dallas managed to contain RG III and took the lead with a field goal. When the second quarter arrived we saw the full array of Griffins talents as he completed all eight of his passing attempts for 178 yards and throwing three touchdowns in the process. There is no doubt in my mind that Griffins second quarter played sealed the victory for the Redskins as they went on to win the game 38 - 31. To see just how special this kid is please check out his highlights below:
Washington 38, Dallas 31
New England 49, NY Jets 19
Chicago 28, Minnesota 10
Cincinnati 34, Oakland 10
Cleveland 20, Pittsburgh 14
Indianapolis 20, Buffalo 13
Denver 17, Kansas City 9
Miami 24, Seattle 21
Atlanta 24, Tampa Bay 23
Jacksonville 24, Tennessee 19
Baltimore 16, San Diego 13 (OT)
St. Louis 31, Arizona 17
San Francisco 31, New Orleans 21
NY Giants 38, Green Bay 10
Carolina 30, Philadelphia 22
Bearing in mind that this week was Thanksgiving I have decided to give everyone a week off being shamed and will go straight into my award winners.