First, here’s last week’s results (3-7 last week, 38-36 for the season):
Brian Griese –L-208 yds, 1 TD, 4 INT, 8 rush yds
Brett Favre –W-331 yds, 2 TDs, -8 rush yds
Earnest Graham –L-62 yds, 12 rec yds
Maurice Jones-Drew –L-48 yds, 14 rec yds
Lee Evans –W-138 yds, 1 TD
Donald Driver –L-28 yds
Ike Hilliard –L-23 yds, 6 rush yds
Vernon Davis –W-71 yds, 1 TD
Cleveland –L-20 pts, 1 sack, 1 INT
Shaun Suisham –L-1 pt
On to Week 9:
Jay Cutler – After facing five good defenses in a row, he finally gets a break against the Lions.
Jason Campbell – The Jets will help the Redskins forget about the beating they took last week.
Marshawn Lynch – He’s still looking for his first 100-yard game. The weak Bengals should give it to him.
Earnest Graham – RBs have been racking up the TDs against Arizona lately
Ronald Curry – Jacksonville has been torn up for 36 points per game over the last three weeks.
Antwaan Randle El – The Jets will become his third victim to yield 100 receiving yards.
Bobby Engram – He’s only had one bad game this season, and that won’t change against Cleveland.
Tony Scheffler – Scheffler will have his third game in a row with a TD against the Lions
Kansas City – The Chiefs haven’t let anyone top 20 points all season, and they’ll likely get a couple of INTs from Favre.
Matt Stover – There’s something about Monday Night Football and FGs. Maybe nobody wants to be embarrassed, so they’ll take three points whenever they can get them.Sports With Issa Asad