Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes.
Just one week into the 2015 NFL season and everyone have already put the Buffalo Bills into the Superbowl. Buffalo was impressive in their 27-14 home-opening win vs. The Indianapolis Colts. Head Coach Rex Ryan knows his team will be ready to host the World Champion New England Patriots on Sunday, September 20th. Football fans in Western New York have not had a lot to cheer about in the past decade. The 2015 Bills are giving them hope and with Ryan on the sideline he will make sure the Bills perform up to their ability. Starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor never figured to be an NFL starter before signing with Buffalo. The Virginia Tech alumni will make his presence felt this season.
The 2015 Denver Broncos beat Baltimore in their home opener. It was one of the weirdest games involving future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning. Point Spread bettors are used to Denver putting up video game type numbers. With new head coach Gary Kubiak, the Broncos are minimizing the passing game, for now that is. Manning completed twenty-four passes on forty attempts for 175 yards. Not Manning-like numbers but the Broncos came away with a win. Don’t worry the Denver offense will gel as the season progresses. Kubiak understands the NFL landscape and what it takes to win. General Manager John Elway made the right decision in hiring Kubiak and getting rid of John Fox. Kubiak is the former head coach of the Houston Texans and at one point they were the best team in the league, but somewhere he lost the team. The former Broncos backup to Elway knows the mistakes he made and will have the Denver Broncos relevant sooner than later. Denver travels to Kansas City for a Thursday Night matchup.
The Dallas Cowboys looked like the same old overrated team in their home opener. Dallas came away with a less than deserved 27-26 victory in the last seconds of the contest. The hype with Dallas is just that, hype! The New York Giants had the game in the bag, but Eli Manning made a bone head decision by throwing the football instead of running out the clock. The Cowboys face the Philadelphia Eagles in a key NFC East matchup on Sunday, September 20th. The Dallas defense gets a chance to face their former teammate DeMarco Murray. Philadelphia lost their opener at Atlanta last Monday. As for key injuries, let’s start with the Dallas Cowboys and wideout Dez Bryant who will miss nearly half the season with a broken bone in his foot The Seattle Seahawks travel to Green Bay in a rematch of the 2015 NFC Championship game. Seattle was upset by the upstart St.Louis Rams on another questionable play call by head coach Pete Carroll.
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