First, here’s last week’s results (4-5 last week, 21-16 for the season):
Jon Kitna –W-147 yds, 9 rush yds
Chad Pennington –L-272 yds, 3 TDs, 1 INT, 7 rush yds, 1 FumL
Brian Leonard –W-44 yds
Earnest Graham –L– 92 yds, 99 rec yds
Torry Holt –L-82 yds
Ronald Curry –L-45 yds, 1 TD
Eric Johnson –W-54 yds
Chicago –W-16 pts, 3 sacks
Jason Hanson –L-11 pts
On to week 8:
Eli Manning – He’s had at least one interception in every game, and he only averages 218 yards a game. Also, Miami has nothing to lose and will be constantly in Manning’s face.
Donovan McNabb – He really hasn’t done squat other than a great game against Detroit and a decent one against the Jets, but who doesn’t beat up on those two teams?
Clinton Portis – Portis hasn’t had a 100-yard game yet this season, and he won’t get a ton of carries playing catch-up with the Patriots.
Steven Jackson – This team is a mess. It’s also Jackson’s first game back from injury.
Chris Chambers – He was inconsistent enough when he was the #1 target. What do you expect it will be like now that he’s #2 or #3?
Vincent Jackson – Jackson hasn’t played well at home, and he now has to compete with Chambers.
Desmond Clark – Greg Olsen is stealing the long receptions and leaving Clark to be used as only a safety net.
Green Bay – Other than the lone field goal they had against the Chargers, the opposing Broncos have scored a decent amount against some of the best teams.
Shayne Graham – The Steelers have only allowed one FG in the last three games.Sports With Issa Asad