I will be breaking down every single football game this week. Like on NFL Playbook they break down every single game thats what i did that and my article is long so be ready for a show.
Matchups: Donnie Ball is Back
As the October 20 deadline approaches, Week 6 is the final opportunity for organizations to "showcase" players for trades. Last year's biggest deal was the Cowboys' acquisition of Roy Williams on the day of the deadline. Braylon Edwards' move to the Jets will probably go down as 2009's most high-profile in-season trade, but here are some skill players that may be on the block due to expiring contracts and/or talent behind them on the depth chart:
1. Sinorice Moss - In the last year of his rookie deal and likely to lose return duties to Domenik Hixon. There were strong indications this preseason that Moss was on the trade block. He could appeal to teams in need of speed on offense, especially in the slot.
2. Justin Fargas - Contract expires after 2010, and the Raiders can roll with Michael Bush and Gary Russell at tailback until Darren McFadden (knee) returns. Fargas is 29, but versed in the zone-blocking scheme and blitz pickup. The Texans are a good fit on paper.
3. Roscoe Parrish - Buffalo has tried pawning Parrish off for a few years now and is facing another lost season. Like Moss, he is a diminutive slot receiver with special teams value.
4. Donald Driver - Still playing at a high level, but only signed through 2010 and the Packers need a way to get Jordy Nelson and James Jones more snaps. GM Ted Thompson fields all trade calls.
5. Byron Leftwich - Obviously can't be "showcased" as the Bucs' No. 3 emergency quarterback, but could generate interest as a serviceable, strong-armed backup.
6. Joshua Cribbs - Return man wants a new contract that the Browns refuse to give him. Cleveland has already thrown in the towel on the season, and the Dolphins, Chiefs, and Colts are showing interest.
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1:00 ET Games
Bengals (3-1) at Ravens (3-1) (My Pick) X
(My Pick) R Vikings (4-0) at Rams (0-4)
Buccaneers (0-4) at Eagles (2-1) (My Pick) R
Redskins (2-2) at Panthers (0-3) (My Pick) R
(My Pick) R Steelers (2-2) at Lions (1-3)
Raiders (1-3) at Giants (4-0) (My Pick) R
Cowboys (2-2) at Chiefs (0-4) (My Pick) X
Browns (0-4) at Bills (1-3) (My Pick) X
4:05PM ET Games:
Falcons (2-1) at 49ers (3-1) (My Pick) X
4:15PM ET Games:
Texans (2-2) at Cardinals (My Pick) R (1-2)
Seahawks (1-3) at Jaguars (My Pick) X (2-2)
(My Pick) X Patriots (3-1) at Broncos (4-0)
Sunday Night Football:
Colts (4-0) at Titans (My Pick) X (0-4)
Monday Night Football:
(My Pick) X Jets (3-1) at Dolphins (1-3)
Speaking of matchups, let's get cracking...