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GREEN BAY, WI - SEPTEMBER 20: Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco #85 of the Cincinnati Bengals jumps in the stands to celebrate a touchdown as he does the Lambeau Leap against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on September 20, 2009 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Bengals defeated the Packers 31-24. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
Sam SnyderCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2009

Week two is already over and I feel like Austin Powers when he lost his mojo. But when it comes to football, this week did not disappoint. Upsets, injuries, and drama found their way into the NFL this week.

It seems like Rex Ryan and Kerry Rhodes can back up their talk, and Bart Scott isn't just a system player.

Matt Stafford needs a new offensive line before he will throw more touchdowns than interceptions. One touchdown and five interceptions isn't going to get the 0-2 Lions anywhere, but I guess one win is an improvement.

Daunte Culpepper still has a year or two left: Take advantage of it. In this economy, you need to get your money's worth.

Chad Ochocinco did the Lambeau leap, only to find profanity, insults, and a bunch of middle fingers in the stands. But the scoreboard did all the talking.

The Redskins got booed off of their field after a win. I'm surprised they didn't get booed off at all last year. But really? Who wouldn't boo after a touchdown-less performance against St. Louis?

No one could stop Chris Johnson against the Texans. Unfortunately, nobody could stop Matt Schaub either. Maybe all the hype about Houston is true, except their run defense.

The Dolphins' Wildcat turned out to be more than a one-year fad, but it couldn't stop Peyton Manning from being...well...Peyton Manning.

JaMarcus Russell's horrid 7-24 performance against the Chiefs couldn't possibly have been as bad as Norv Turner's play calling. A third down field goal and a fourth down HB draw against the Ravens doesn't bode well with the fans.

Speaking of Turner, maybe he was trying to find a way to ruin Phillip Rivers' career day?

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