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Sat, Oct 30 04 "Me NFL week 8 picks, Oh no a tough round! MADNess wanted to rescue Ricky Williams!"

I chatted last night with SportsRage legend MADNess the peoples champ. I asked MADNess why he didn't you go and rescue Ricky Williams from Australia in his Space machine? MADness you are letting your Fish down. MADNess was hoping to but after his trip last summer to Uranus his Space ship was needing some repairs and he didn't know Ricky was going to pull the pin on his Fish mates. I had a great NFL and CFL footy chat with the very knowledgeable fella.

NFL week 8 Oh no a tough round but here we go. Cardinals at Bills. Straight off going for a roughie here. Bills have been horrid and Cardinals seem to have a good defence. Bengals not the Ben Girls any more over Tits. Big win by the Bengals on Mondee night over me Denver "Donkeys" they were! Packers over Redskins, Jags over Texans but wow this should be a rippa! Broncos not Donkeys I hope over Falcons. Pats over Steelers but this could again be a rippa in Steeltown. Bears, 49ers, Bears, 49ers who knows maybe the 49ers just in a battle of the cellar dwellers. 

Eagles over Ravens but I hope the Ravens defiance shut down the big mouth Owens who is a great player and very entertaining. By the way Garcia had the hottest babe in the whole place at the beach bar with him the week in Pro Bowl 03 when Owens was also hanging out with him and CFLer Mike Morrealle. Lions ROOOOOAAAAARRRRRRRR over Cowboys. Colts over Chiefs just in what should be a shoot out. Could go either way. Vikings over Giants. Luv the Vikings and Randy Moss champ should have a good hammy by now but those hammies are a real worry. 

Seahawks vs Panthers. Oh my who do I pick here. Seahawks but Panthers must be due for a win. Seahawks have been horrid lately. Chargers over Raiders. The headlines this week "A female QB for Raiders" on the Canadian National Post front page. Oh no that was a high school Raiders team in Ottawa but the Raiders have been soft of late but definitely not that soft for a girl to be QB. The Raiders who I do like need to smarten up. Mondee night the Jets over MADNess's Fish.

It should be a very interesting week 8 in the NFL. Can't wait!" Myk Aussie

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Thurs, Oct 28 04 "NFL Players of the week! Ravens Corner Back Deion Sanders congratulations!

A very special congratulations to Ravens Corner Back Deion Sanders in his comeback and being selected in the Players of the Week." Myk Aussie

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Guard BRIAN WATERS of the Kansas City Chiefs, cornerback DEION SANDERS of the Baltimore Ravens and kicker JOSH SCOBEE of the Jacksonville Jaguars are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played the seventh week of the 2004 season (October 24-25), the NFL announced today.


Kansas City’s Waters, who continually helped pave the way for Chiefs ball carriers, was the highest-performing cog in an offensive line that allowed rushers to score an NFL record eight touchdowns in a 56-10 win against Atlanta.  The previous record of seven rushing touchdowns by one team in a game had stood for 28 years, established by the Los Angeles Rams (vs. Atlanta, 1976).  Atlanta began the day with the NFL’s No. 1-ranked rush defense, allowing only 74.5 yards per game.  The Chiefs (2-4) racked up 271 rushing yards en route to their eight rushing TDs.  In addition, Waters – an every-game starter for NFL Europe’s Berlin Thunder in 2000 – and his linemates did not surrender a sack to the Falcons, who entered Sunday’s game tied for the most in the NFL (20).

Waters is the first AFC offensive lineman to earn a Player of the Week Award since the honor’s inception in 1984. Three NFC lineman have been named Player of the Week, most recently tackle ERIK WILLIAMS of Dallas in 1992 (Week 9).

In his fifth season from North Texas, Waters joins PRIEST HOLMES (Week 4) as Chiefs to earn Player of the Week honors in 2004.


Baltimore’s Sanders intercepted two Buffalo passes, returning one for a touchdown, and racked up a pair of tackles in a 20-6 win against the Bills as the Ravens (4-2) are now one game behind Pittsburgh (5-1) in the AFC North.  Sanders’ 48-yard interception return for a touchdown extends his own NFL record for career touchdown returns to 19.  The play also ties him for the second-most touchdowns on interception returns in a career with nine, equaling Pro Football Hall of Famer KEN HOUSTON and current St. Louis Rams safety AENEAS WILLIAMS (ROD WOODSON, 12).  Sanders’ second interception came in the Ravens’ end zone for a touchback to preserve a 17-6 lead with 12:34 remaining in the game. The interception halted a six-play Buffalo drive that reached Baltimore’s 19-yard line.

In his 13th NFL season from Florida State, Sanders now has seven Player of the Week Awards in his career. This is the 37-year-old cornerback’s first AFC honor.


Jacksonville rookie kicker Scobee (No. 137 overall) was a perfect four-for-four in field goal attempts, including a season-long 53-yard game-winner with 38 seconds left in regulation to help the Jaguars (5-2) upend the Colts (4-2) in Indianapolis, 24-21.  The win lifts Jacksonville to first-place in the AFC South, marking the first time that the Jaguars have resided atop their division beyond Week 7 since 1999.  Scobee, selected in the fifth round from Louisiana Tech, was good from 26, 32, 26, and 53 yards. 

Scobee is the first Jaguars kicker to earn a Player of the Week honor since MIKE HOLLIS in 1997 (Week 14).


Running back AHMAN GREEN of the Green Bay Packers, defensive tackle SHAUN ROGERS of the Detroit Lions and kicker NEIL RACKERS of the Arizona Cardinals are the NFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played the seventh week of the 2004 season (October 24-25), the NFL announced today.


Green was an offensive sparkplug for the Packers in a 41-20 win against the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field, improving the club’s record to 3-4. Green carried 15 times for 163 yards and two touchdowns, including a historic 90-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The 90-yard dash was his second career touchdown run of at least 90 yards, joining BO JACKSON as the only players in NFL history to accomplish the feat twice. Green previously had scored on a 98-yard run against the Denver Broncos on December 28, 2003. The 100-yard rushing performance was his 27th with the Packers, passing JIM TAYLOR (26) for the most in franchise history. The Omaha, Nebraska native averaged 10.9 yards per carry in the victory and his one-yard touchdown run in the second quarter gave the Packers a 10-6 lead.

In his seventh season from Nebraska, this is Green’s fifth Player of the Week Award.


Rogers played a key role on a Lions’ defense that limited the Giants to 13 points – their lowest point total of the season – en route to a 28-13 road-win over New York. Rogers totaled four tackles, 1.0 sack and one pass defensed on the day as the defensive line posted 6.0 sacks in the victory. He also helped contain the Giants powerful rushing attack, led by TIKI BARBER, to 75 yards, its second-lowest output of the year. Detroit, which has now won three consecutive road games, forced five fumbles on the day, recovering one.

In his fourth season from Texas, this is Rogers’ first career Player of the Week Award.


Rackers connected on three of three field goal attempts from 55, 55 and 50 yards in the Cardinals 25-17 win over the visiting Seattle Seahawks. Rackers claimed a share of the NFL record for most field goals from 50+ yards in a single game, joining MORTEN ANDERSEN as the only players in league history to accomplish the feat. Andersen connected on field goals of 55, 55 and 51 yards for the Atlanta Falcons in a 19-14 win over the New Orleans Saints on December 10, 1995. Rackers had 11 points in the win and also added one special teams tackle. He has connected on nine of 10 field goal attempts in 2004, including five of six from 50 yards.

In his fifth season from Illinois, this is Rackers’ first Player of the Week Award.

It is so cool to be the only Aussie that has regularly reported on the NFL for the past 5 years. Yep that's me, I have had NFL media passes at Super Bowl's, Pro Bowl's and other NFL games. Thus I am allowed into the NFL Media section and allowed to post their great reports on here. Much more coming over the coming weeks." Myk Aussie

Wed, Oct 27 04 "Pro Bowl 02 MYKwebTV star Cwoa Jessica on ABC's Monday night footy! Bronco's get beat by the not BenGirls I mean Bengals! Moose's  2005 NFL Hall of Fame picks!"

Yes I knew it the ABC camera man was smart, he zoomed in on one off my favorite all-time NFL Pro Bowl cheerleaders Monday night the beautiful Jessica from the Bengals. Jessica looks great on NFL Pro Bowl 2003 MYKwebTV jumping up and down right in front of me. Jessica also appeared in Maxim last year. What a beautiful Cwoa Jessica is. To see Jessica on MYKwebTV Click here

I can't believe it, me Bronco's got hammered by the Bengals on Monday night. They were definitely not BenGirls last night. The Bronco's were made to look like they were girls playing out there. Great game, congrats to the Bengals! I ended up with 8 right in a tough week of picking." Myk Aussie

Moose's  2005 NFL Hall of Fame picks! Or, who I would vote for the H-o-F for!

1) Art Monk, OE [FLK/WR/TE], Washington, New York Jets, Philadelphia & Washington. How many more years is the best overall Rec. in Pro Football history (tied with Seattle's Jerry Rice) gonna get bleeped out of bein inducted into the Hall of Fame?

2) Commissioner Paul Tagliabue. Commish, you've done good things, but ack der lieber, no more german teams in the NFL 'AAA's in Europe, Mahalo!

3) Dan Marino, 17-yr. Miami Dolphin QB. I know he lost the Super Bowl, but he is the alltime leader in NFL history in 90% of all passing categories.

4) Boomer Esiason, 14-yr. QB with Cincinnati (lost Super Bowl. That's right, Cincinnati actually made two Super Bowls in the '80's - scary, eh?), New York Jets (w/Monk), Arizona and Cincinnati. As Boomer says of those 3 teams, "The Bermuda triangle" of NFL clubs. Funny guy. And the best left-hander in Pro Football history, eh, Scott Baxter?

5) Steve Young, 15-yr Pro QB. Started with eh REAL Bermuda triangle of Pro Football - the Los Angeles Expressos of the USFL. Also played for Tampa Bay and San Francisco in the NFL. Won a Super Bowl. Best running QB of alltime. Second best lefty ever!" Moose

Tues Oct 26 04 "Moose's NFL HARDBall Comedy style report! NFL week 7 results!" Myk Aussie

NFL Update - WEEK 7

Philadelphia 34, Cleveland 31., O.T.
Kansas City 56, Atlanta 10
Jacksonville 27, Indianapolis 24
Arizona 25, Seattle 17
Green Bay 41, Dallas 20
San Diego 17, Carolina 6
Miami 31, Saint Louis 14
Tampa Bay 19, Chicago 7
Minnesota 20, Tennessee 3
Detroit 28, New York Giants 13
New England 13, New York Jets 7
New Orlean Saints 31, Oakland 26
Baltimore 20, Buffalo 6

NFL League, Team and Individual Records & Notes form Week 7:

The New England Patriots ran their streak of NFL consecutive game wins to 21. The Indianapolis Colts set a franchise record for penalties and turnovers combined in one game (16), in their loss to hard-charging, young Jacksonville. Emmitt Smith is now number one in NFL history for total 100 yd. games, with 78, passing the late, great Walter Payton. But he's still one game behind CFL's former NFL RB Mike Pringle in alltime Pro stats w/79. What has happened to that hot 3-0 start from Seattle. The schedule, that's what! Seahawks now 3-3-0. K.C, a supposed Super Bowl contender until great young Canadian WR Marc Boerigter got knocked out for the yr., finally snapped out of their funk and blew out overrated Mike Vick and the Fowl-CONS, by 46 points. Vick is getting worse each year in the NFL instead of better. He should have stayed in college for another yr., or two. The Chiefs set a club record with 56 point in a regular season game. They've scored more before in the AFL playoffs back in the sixties. 

Randy ("Whoops") Moss ran his
consecutive games started streak for an NFL WR to 102 barely by playing two plays at the beginning of the game yesterday. The League should fine Minnesota. Green Bay's courageous Brett ("Ouch") Favre started his NFL record 195th straight game at QB. Duante Culpepper is finally playing firststring QB the game is meant to be played, but he'll never be another Fran Tarkenton. In the Ravens win over the pathetic 'Jills', 'Neon' Deion Sanders had a good hamstring and returned an INT. 48-yds. for a TD. Don't blame Kurt Warner for the New Jersey Nuclear Swamps Giants loss at Detroit. Kurt completed 24 of 33 passes and has 7 TDs and only 2 picks on the year. Oh, did you hear the latest in the Jesse v. Eli deal? Eli has been demoted to third-string by an angry Coach Tom Coughlin who says Eli's practice play sucks.

It's in the genes! He'll never be another Peyton and hopefully not be another Archie either. Recently NFL Films showed a '76 Hank Stram / N.O. Aint's show. Manning was mercifully injured that season so the Saints, despite a 4-10-0 season, had decent QBing from Bobby Douglass and Bobby Scott. Kerry Collins has been awful in the 4 starts/losses for Da Raidahs.

Moose's Week 7 gameballs

1) K.C RB Priest Holmes, (2) K.C. QB Trent (CFL) Green, (3) G.B. QB Brett Favre, (4) G.B. RB Ahman Green, (5) G.B. Offencive Line, Hon. Mention: N.Y. Giants QB Kurt Warner, Minn. QB Duante Culpepper

Week 8 picks:

Detroit OVER Dallas, Buffalo OVER Arizona, Cincinnati OVER Tennesee, Green Bay OVER Washington, Houston OVER Jacksonville (Upset special of the week!), Kansas City OVER Indianapolis, Baltimore OVER Philadelphia, N.Y. Giants OVER Minnesota, Carolina OVER Seattle, Denver OVER Atlanta, San Diego OVER Oakland Miami OVER N.Y.J ETS, Chicago OVER San Francisco, O.T. pick " Moose

Sat, Oct 23 04 "NFL week 7 tips!" Myk Aussie

Well I was not on SportsRage last night. Seems Morency is still a bit upset at me. Oh well, hope you guys listened to his great NFL Friday night SportsRage. Me tips for week 7 of the NFL

Chiefs over Falcons but could be a rippa of a game as the Chiefs need to start winning. Buc's over Bears, great to see former Bronco QB Brian Griese starting for the Buc's. Colts over Jags. Panthers over Chargers, Panthers the Super Bowl 38 runner ups also need to start winning. Vikings you Champs over the Tits. Packers over the Cowboys but? The packers are hot and cold this year. Seahawks with new WR legend Jerry Rice over the Cardinals. Ravens over the very average Bills. Lions over the Giants but could go either way.

Eagles to defeat the "shitta me pants" Browns. Rams over the very sad Fish. Pats over the Jets in the game of the week. Raiders over the Saints but aren't the Raiders also up and down mainly down of late. Bronco's over the BenGirls on Monday night. Go you Bronco's a great start this season, we can possibly go all the way to the Super Bowl this year. I again look forward to NFL Sundee watching lots of footy up here in Vancouver and then Mondee night Bronco's are on!" Myk Aussie

Fri, Oct 22 04 "Patriots vs Jets, NFL injury report from the game of the week! My week 7 tips coming Saturday!"

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Thurs, Oct 21 04 "NFL Players of the Week! Lions vs Giants injury report direct from NFL Media! Fifty years ago in the NFL - CFL content! Career Retrospective on Amazing Doug Flutie! !"

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From NFL Media 


Quarterback DAUNTE CULPEPPER of the Minnesota Vikings, cornerback LITO SHEPPARD of the Philadelphia Eagles and punter SEAN LANDETA of the St. Louis Rams are the NFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played the sixth week of the 2004 season (October 17-18), the NFL announced today.


Culpepper played an instrumental role in Minnesota’s 38-31 win over the Saints in Week Six. In addition to completing 26 of 37 attempts for 425 yards, he set an NFL record by throwing five touchdowns for the third time this season. His 18 TD passes and 1,766 yards are the most all-time after five games and his 147.9 passer rating on third downs leads the NFL. The Vikings’ offense has accounted for more than 300 yards in 34 consecutive games. Culpepper has quarterbacked each of those contests. In his sixth season from Central Florida, this is Culpepper’s fifth Player of the Week Award.


Sheppard played exceptionally well in the Eagles’ 30-8 defeat of the Carolina Panthers. He contributed one tackle, three passes defensed and a career-high two interceptions. He returned one interception 64 yards for his first NFL touchdown. In the third quarter, Sheppard picked off Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme at the Panthers’ 30-yard line and followed a host of Eagle blockers to the end zone, expanding Philadelphia’s lead to 23 points. Sheppard has accumulated 16 tackles in the first five games, 14 of them solo. In his third season from Florida, this is Sheppard’s first career Player of the Week Award.


Landeta averaged 50.2 yards per punt in the Rams’ Monday night victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (28-21). He had three punts of at least 50 yards (59, 56 and 63) and dropped two inside the 20. His longest kick of the day – a 63-yarder – resulted when his original 61-yard kick was nullified by penalty. In the first five games of the season he has averaged 44.8 yards per punt, ranking second in the NFC. In his 20th season from Towson State, this is Landeta’s seventh Player of the Week Award and his first since he twice received the honor in 2001.


Quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER of the Pittsburgh Steelers, linebacker JAMES FARRIOR of the Pittsburgh Steelers and punter BRIAN MOORMAN of the Buffalo Bills are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played the sixth week of the 2004 season (October 17-18), the NFL announced today.


In a thrilling come-from-behind 24-20 victory at Dallas, the Pittsburgh rookie quarterback was 21 of 25 passing (84.0 percent) for 193 yards with two touchdowns without an interception to post a 125.5 passer rating.  The 6-5, 240-pounder’s completion percentage of 84.0 marked an all-time NFL rookie single-game best with a minimum of 25 passes. Roethlisberger rallied the Steelers from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit by completing his final 11 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown. The 11th overall selection in the 2004 NFL Draft from Miami (Ohio) is the first AFC rookie to win Offensive Player of the Week honors since Denver running back MIKE ANDERSON in 2000 (Week 14).


Pittsburgh’s Farrior notched 2.0 sacks, forced three fumbles, and registered nine total tackles in the team’s road win at Dallas.  While Roethlisberger led the Steelers on offense, Farrior did the same on defense.  The eight-year veteran from Virginia turned in his biggest play with 2:36 left in regulation as Dallas faced a 3rd-and-13 situation on the Steelers’ 47-yard line. With the Cowboys leading, 20-17, a blitzing Farrior jarred the ball loose and teammate KIMO VON OELHOFFEN recovered for Pittsburgh.  The Steelers converted the turnover into a touchdown run by JEROME BETTIS five plays later for the game’s final and deciding score with 34 seconds to go. This marks the first career Player of the Week distinction for Farrior.

Player of the Week honors earned by Farrior and Roethlisberger mark the first time that one team accounted for both the AFC’s Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week Awards since Kansas City’s JOE MONTANA and DERRICK THOMAS in Week 2 of 1994.


Buffalo’s Moorman helped the Bills maintain a field position edge in a 20-13 win against Miami. In his fourth season from Division II Pittsburg State, Moorman delivered a 53.0-yard average amid 25-mile-per-hour winds.  Kicking into the wind in the second quarter, Moorman blasted a 47-yard punt out of his end zone to provide the Buffalo defense some breathing room.  Moorman’s long punt of 59 yards marked the 40th time in 53 career games that he has recorded at least one punt of 50+ yards. This is Moorman’s first career Player of the Week Award

It is so cool to be the only Aussie that has regularly reported on the NFL for the past 5 years. Yep that's me, I have had NFL media passes at Super Bowl's, Pro Bowl's and other NFL games. Thus I am allowed into the NFL Media section and allowed to post their great reports on here. Much more coming over the coming weeks." Myk Aussie

Wed, Oct 20 04 "Four receivers change teams at NFL trading deadline! I'm now more of a NFL Lion as well as a BC Lion and Sth Gawler Lion! A new MYKwebWORLD sponsor on Detroit Lions webWORLD!

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Four wide receivers changed teams today in trades prior to the NFL’s 4:00 PM ET trading deadline.

The Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys exchanged wide receivers, with QUINCY MORGAN going from the Browns to the Cowboys for ANTONIO BRYANT.

The Oakland Raiders traded JERRY RICE to the Seattle Seahawks for an unannounced draft choice, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded KEENAN MC CARDELL to the San Diego Chargers for unannounced draft choices.

These are the first transactions on the day of the trading deadline since 1999. On October 19 of that year, Cleveland acquired running back ABDUL-KARIM Al-JABBAR from Miami for draft choices, and Jacksonville obtained defensive end REGAN UPSHAW from Tampa Bay for a draft pick.

The Detroit Lions are one of the NFL teams I decided to focus more on at the start of this season and guess what? I now have a paid Advertiser on  Detroit Lions webWORLD Click here 

As you know I'm a BC Lion and a Sth Gawler Lion and more of a Detroit Lion now that they have come good of late. I've been waiting a few years and this is the year for me now to focus and support the Lions more plus I had a great radio interview a few weeks ago on Detroit FM Sports radio. They are Blue and White just like me home Aussie Rules footy team the Sth Gawler Lions. Go the Lions!" Myk Aussie

Tues, Oct 19 04 "Moose's HARDBall/comedy style NFL week 6 report! NFL Players in the Community! I recover in week 6 tips!" Myk Aussie

NFL Week six notes - JERRY RICE JUST TRADED TO SEATLLE; WILL START THIS SUNDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Dolphins had better face the fact that their best QB is former Washington pivot, Sage Rosenfels. Dave Wannstedt is really on the hot seat, but the majority of the blame for the Fish 0-6 start is selfish Ricky Williams on-again-off- again retirement. Williams is trying to get traded to a better team and avoid having to pay back the $8/mil bonus that he was given after last season was over and he was resigned. Williams is the best Offencive back the Fish have had since Larry Csonka, but he'll never catch Zonk's Dolphin career 6,700 yds. Other Coaches said to be on the hot seat, to one degree or another are: Green Bay's Mike Sherman (I'll believe it when I see it, Sean Salisbury, who ex-Winnipeg two-time Grey Cup winner...) and New Orlean Saints' Jim Haslett. Haslett and Wannstedt made their own bed by starting the wrong pivots! Anybody with half a brain can see Newport News, VA's Aaron Brooks is no starter (he was 3rd at Green Bay behind Favre and Pederson) and there's no way he's better than current Saint no.#2 Todd (Barcelona) Bouman. 

Yes, I think it's
safe to say now that Minnesota's Daunte Belpepper, or Redpepper or Culpepper or whatever his name is, has FINALLY fully developed into a REAL number 1 pivot, so Bouman, hometown kid that he is was expendable. But how many more losses is it gonna take in the Big Easy before Haslett gets it through his head that Brooks is always one big fumble or Interception away from losing close games. If he would have been sent to NFL E yrs. ago, maybe he'd have developed into more of a touch passer and developed some smarts. He's always hell-bent on trying to show off his 'gun' and force balls off his back foot into double, triple or quadruple coverage. Aaron, it worked at Bethel High School here and at U. VA., son, but you're playing a much higher level now! Two years in Arenaball would straighten him out. And Benson does have an Arena team. Hhmmm..... NFL milestones of late: San Francisco QB Tim Rattay; 2 2 pt. convert passes in a game; Also: an ailing Brett Favre just started his NFL alltime record 194th straight game. Gameballs for this past weekend's games: (1)

Cleveland's QB Red Garcia, 4 TD passes for Browns, (2) Minnesota QB Daunte Culpepper, who I still think should lose 15 more pounds, (3) Broncos great young WR, Ashlie Lelie, from Moose' Univeristy of Hawai'i Warriors, (4) Swedish meatball (not meathead!) K Ola Kimrin, who won an NFL E Bowl Championship two yrs. ago, for Washington for almost single handedly winning the pathetic 'Skins a game in Chicagoland, & (5) Pittsburgh's Hawai'i-born DLm Kimo Von Oehlhoffen. Honorable mention to Pitts QB rook-extroirdinaire Ben Roesthlisberger (sp?). Roesthlisberger is now 4-0 as a rookie starting QB, tying the BEST start ever with 1979' Giant's Phil Simms. Brett FAVRE HAS ALSO MOVED UP with his 41st consecutive game with a TD pass. First is still the late, great Johnny Unitas at, 47 and Warren Moon had 30 and Seattle's Dave Krieg had 28, to round out the top four. Another area where Favre has moved up last weekend is to num.#4 on the alltime NFL yardage passing list: 47,213 yds., passed Fran Tarkenton, who had 47,000. He trails only Warren Moon, John Elway and Dan Marino in NFL and also Damon Allen Ron Lancaster, Danny McManus and Doug Flutie, CFL'r's for alltime Pro yardage.

Washington 13, Chicagoland 10
Jacksonville 22, fast-fading Kansas City 16
New England 30, Seattle 20
Pittsburgh 24, Dallas 20
Denver 31, Oakland 3
Atlanta 21, San Diego 20
Green Bay 38, Detroit 10
Houston 20, Tennessee 10
Buffalo 20, Miami 13
Philadelphia 30, Carolina 8
Minnesota 36, New Orlean 21
Cleveland 24, Cincinnati 9 [bring in Jon Kitna to save the season!!]



One NFL Player From Each Team to Participate in "Take A Player to School" presented by JCPenney After school, beginning Tuesday, October 19

Imagine sitting in class with St. Louis Rams wide receiver TORRY HOLT, a three-time AFC All-Star. Picture a chalk talk with quarterbacks DONOVAN MC NABB of the Philadelphia Eagles or DAUNTE CULPEPPER of the Minnesota Vikings. Think of taking a ride to school with "the Bus," running back JEROME BETTIS of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

That will be the scene in each NFL city beginning Tuesday, October 19, as one lucky student and his or her class will be joined by a player as part of NFL Take a Player to School presented by JCPenney After school. Players will visit the schools on Tuesday, October 19 or Tuesday, October 26 and will speak with the students about the importance of education and after school programs.

"I am pleased to be part of this effort to encourage students to stay in school and participate in afters chool programs," said McNabb, the NFL’s national spokesperson for the program. "There is nothing more important in America than our youth, and we need to give young people every opportunity and inspiration to succeed."

I picked 10 in week 6. A recovery after 2 horrid weeks in tipping. 

It is so cool to be the only Aussie that has regularly reported on the NFL for the past 5 years. Yep that's me, I have had NFL media passes at Super Bowl's, Pro Bowl's and other NFL games. Thus I am allowed into the NFL Media section and allowed to post their great reports on here. Much more coming over the coming weeks." Myk Aussie

Sat, Oct 16 04 "Me NFL week 6 tips! Bronco's take on the Raiders!"

Unfortunately I couldn't get on SportsRage last night to again talk NFL footy with Morency so here is me week 6 tips and some of the things I was hoping to say last night.

Eagles over Panthers, Rooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr the Lions over the Packers. Patrick's Perth mates Danny and Grant I hope you enjoyed SportsRage but I couldn't get on to talk about you Packer fans in Docker's Aussie Land. What is going on with the Packers Australia's Colors Green and Gold. They were Terrible last week including legend QB Brett Favre with 3 horrible interceptions. Chiefs over Jags but could be a close one. Chiefs are a better team than one win. Falcons to defeat the Chargers. Jets over 49ers. 

Bronco's over the Raiders. Raider Nation you better check out Warren Sapp's new upgraded website released yesterday because that's the only thing you will enjoy this week as me Bronco's to defeat the Raiders. I do like the Raiders but not this week. MikGaz Station Raider Nation Montreal SportsRage legend said I was the only Donkey ever allowed in his Raider Dungeon. Due to some of MikGaz's swearing that personally I didn't have too much of a problem with but I don't want your mum's telling me off this great MYKwebTV show of me and MikGaz in the Raider Dungeon is still on Myk's Mates Club Click here Join up or email me for a trial to watch

Vikings over Saints. The "shitta me pants" Browns over the Bengals. Tit's over the Texans. Bills over Fish. Pat's to defeat the Seahawks but this could be the upset that may end the Pat's NFL record breaking streak. Redskins over the Bears but could go either way. Cowboys over Steelers but again this could be a close one and again good luck to Aussie and former Uni of Hawaii punter Mat McBriar in his 1st year as the Cowboys punter. Ram's over Buc's on Mondee night" Myk Aussie

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