Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have both become the first QB's in NFL history to beat all 31 other teams in the league.
Next weeks game between the two should be interested.
I am gonna pick the Pats.
Never been done before and then two QB's do it on the same day.
Spooky if you ask me...
(Chiefster could ya do the bwahaha thing? I'm not sure if I am allowed to do that for ya.)
The only other QB at 30 teams is Brett Favre and he has never beat KC. If it would have been KC & Green Bay today instead of next week it would have been 3 going for it in one day.
Regardless we can't let Favre do it. I like Favre unless he is playing against the Chiefs.
Is a Homer a person who roots for his team even when they know they suck? Or is it just a fan who really believes their team is great and can't see what is really wrong with it?
If I think that a certain team can beat the Chiefs on a particular Sunday (say we have obvious injuries, etc...) does that make me not a homer?
I really don't understand the term that well and I have been throwing it around a lot lately.
A little help?