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Week 8: Another disaster

WWW- Who would have figured that at this time of the year the Miami Dolphins would be the only team worse than the Pittsburgh Steelers? But Bum Worthlessberger with a clear shot at the end zone to tie Sunday’s game with the Oakland Raiders heard footsteps like his counterpart on the other side of the state, Donovan McNabb. With the big boo-hoo-hoo, Big Bum is apologizing and McNabb went so far to say his poor showings will never happen again. Rest assured, it will happen again- at least four or five more times for each team before their lowly seasons come to a merciful end.

By the same consequence, the Steelers and Eagles are taking down the records of Adultfyi’ers who have been hanging with them all season. Yet Harry Weiss was able to rise- and that in of itself is a physical improbability- above the rest of the pack with a pretty decent 9-4 weekend. But Harry’s allegiance to Pittsburgh and Philly kept him from doing at least two games better in the win column. Even so, Harry now takes over sole possession of first with a 76-37 record and a three game lead over Ryan from Jerry’s Deli, Sean from and Mike Dickinson who have 73-40 marks.

[from AP]: It’s putrid in Pennsylvania.

The state’s NFL teams continued to slide Sunday, as the Philadelphia Eagles lost for the third time in succession and Pittsburgh dropped to 2-5 with its fifth loss in six games.

The Steelers had a late-season surge to reach the Super Bowl, then won it, last season. But they never were under .500. Right now, they’re in a Grand Canyon-sized hole. Only one team in the AFC, Miami, has a worse record.

“Two wins for the year – that’s not the way you imagined the Super Bowl champs would start the year off,” the Steelers’ Super Bowl MVP, Hines Ward, said. “When you turn the ball over as much as we did, it’s hard to beat anybody.”

QB Ben Roethlisberger was intercepted four times in a loss to equally lowly Oakland, including two on Pittsburgh’s first three possessions and then twice again in the fourth quarter when the Steelers were driving for a potential tying score.

“I’m embarrassed about the way I played,” he said. “I’m letting the whole team down. It just seems like one guy makes mistakes, and that’s me. … In my wildest dreams, I didn’t think I’d be playing this bad.”

Philadelphia was shackled by Jacksonville, managing just six points and 229 yards after averaging a league-best 417 yards going into the game.

“We just couldn’t execute and move the chains like we’re used to doing,” Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said. “I’ll try to make sure it won’t happen again. It can’t get any worse. With 4-4, it’s just not us.”

He was 18 of 34 passing for 162 yards. Along with the rest of the Eagles, he was booed off the field. With a bye next week, Philadelphia will have extra time to think about this loss.

“I have high expectations for this team, but you’re not going to win the way we played,” coach Andy Reid said.

Cardinals chaos

The Cardinals lost to Green Bay, which had been winless at home, to fall to 1-7 in a season that began with high hopes. Because the Cards are off next week, speculation is swirling that a coaching change might be imminent because a new boss would have two weeks to put his plan in place.

But the guy who currently has the job, Dennis Green, firmly said, “I’ll be into work tomorrow” after the latest loss.

Safety Robert Griffith said he loves Green “like a father,” but said the losing doesn’t just grind on the coach.

“It’s wearing on everybody,” Griffith said. “He’s not the only guy it’s wearing on. This is my 14th year doing this. You think I want to go 1-7? It’s just frustrating and wearing on everybody.”

The Cardinals continued to give the ball to running back Edgerrin James, with disappointing results. James carried 24 times for 84 yards as the offensive line continued to have a hard time opening holes.

“I just don’t have anything to say,” James said.

The offensive line also did little to protect QB Matt Leinart, who finished with 157 yards passing and fell to 0-4 as an NFL starter.

“I think any quarterback gets discouraged if you don’t have protection, if you don’t catch the ball,” Green said.

Down day

The Saints came back to reality, quickly falling behind 21-0 in a 35-22 loss to the Ravens.

Drew Brees was intercepted three times, twice on deflections, and sacked twice, and Reggie Bush had two turnovers.

“When you make mistakes on your end of the field, they result in points” for the opponent, Saints coach Sean Payton said. “In this case, if you look at the turnovers, that’s what happened. It’s not any magic formula. It went against everything we’ve been trying to accomplish and we’ve just got to go back and make the corrections.”

Still, the Saints are 5-2, and only two NFL teams have more wins.

That’s not bad for a team that won just three times last season.

Decent debut

Former Iowa State quarterback Seneca Wallace made his first NFL start, for the Seahawks in place of injured Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, and threw for three TDs in a loss to the Chiefs. He completed 15 of his 30 passes for 198 yards, with two interceptions.

“Once I relaxed and calmed down, it was just like another game for me,” Wallace said. “It’s been awhile since I’ve played a full game.”

Busy weekend

The Titans’ Adam “Pacman” Jones, who was accused Saturday of spitting on a woman in a nightclub, returned a punt 53 yards for a touchdown in a victory over the Texans.


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