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Week 1 Monday Night Football Observations Plus More

GREEN BAY, WI - NOVEMBER 30:  (L-R) Johnny Jolly #97, Charles Woodson #21 and Al Harris #31 of the Green Bay Packers huddle up with their defensive teammates against the Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field on November 30, 2008 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Panthers won 35-31.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Anthony BonnetCorrespondent INovember 3, 2016

While my first article was very messy, I (of course) plan to improve with every article. I'm going to give you my observations of the week 1 Monday Night Football games, as well as after-thoughts of the previous games. The parentheses indicate who I thought would win for each game before the game started.


  • My friend jokingly told me that he didn't know that the Packers signed Jay Cutler today.
  • Ruvell Martin and Paris Lenon, two former Packers, sign with the St. Louis Rams. Seems like the Rams have been eyeing the Pack's exits the past few years... I may make an article about all the former Packer players that have signed with the Rams over the past few years.
  • Brian Urlacher out for the rest of the season... Ouch. As a Packer fan, though, I'm not too happy that the Bears are contacting Free Agent Derrick Brooks.
  • Dolphins form of wildcat in week 1: Fail. Seahawks form of wildcat in week 1: Success.
  • Mark Sanchez looks like a million dollars plus more so far.
  • Joe Flacco is immune to the sophomore slump.
  • Jeff Garcia is back with the Eagles, very interesting.


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