The Good
For going 10-0, give me the Colts!
In defeating the Cincinnati Bengals and becoming only the 17th team in NFL history to move to 10-0, the Indianapolis Colts served notice that they are the team to beat and they do not intend on going out easily. The Colts offense was unstoppable in the first half, scoring 35 points on its first 5 possession, that’s right, 5 TDs in 5 tries.

Clearly the rest of the NFL will be playing catch up to the Colts, and I believe that the AFC representative in the Super Bowl has already been decided. They are two games better than the next closest team in the AFC, and barring any serious injuries, the road to Super Bowl XL in the AFC will go through the RCA dome in Indianapolis!

The Bad
Two shut outs in the same week!
How bad were the Jets and Dolphins this week? Well they both were held to a big fat goose egg on the score board. Their offenses put up no points! Zip! Zero! Nada! The Jets were shutout by the Broncos 27-0 and the Dolphins were held scoreless by none other than the Browns, 22-0.

Even though the Houston Texans are 1-9, they have at least managed to score 7 points or more in all of their games. And their one win came against the Browns, that’s right, the same team that held Miami to 0 points!

The Ugly
Well take the Lambs oops, Rams on this one.
Before the loss to the Cardinals on Sunday, a game in which outcast QB Kurt Warner, who was released by the Rams after the 2003 season, threw for over 300 yards and 3 TDs, two Rams coaches fought with each other during practice. Apparently, running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery and offensive coordinator Steve (why did his name have to be Steve) Fairchild squared off and fought during practice the Wednesday before the game.

No wonder the Rams lost, their coaches are too busy fighting each other than they are getting their players ready to play on Sunday. If only they could put that passion into coaching, they might be doing better than 4-6.