It was a long season, but it's finally over. The Bears are on there way to the Superbowl, leaving our beloved Falcons in the dust. It was a horrible way to go out. Wish there was a few more games left to get that taste out of our mouths. But alas, its over. Seems that it never even got started, before the sky fell down. As we work our way to another typical Falcons season, 0-16, we should reflect on other trends that obviously will come to pass soon.
Some more NFL thoughts after the jump.
On a good note, Kroy Biermann did intercept 16 passes this year, a DE record.
Cam Newton is on his way to a NFL QB record of 6752 yards. Incredible. I cant believe nobody changed the way they defend the phenom! (Its a shame Brady had to throw for 8272 yards, and over-shadow the rookie's crazy year)
Even with Cam in the division, incredibly, all NFCS teams are finishing up 0-16 seasons. Not sure how Goodell is going to handle the playoff situation. Is the tie breaker points scored, or points given up?
After going 4-12 last year, and only scoring 283 points, the record breaking Bills are just putting the finishing touches on a 16-0 season, scoring an incredible 656 points. That has to be the best comeback storyline in the NFL this season.
The Packers are who we thought they were. The defending Superbowl champs in short time will be 16-0 also, and will have scored 672 points (edging the great Bills by only 16 points).
Baltimore and Houston, the latter never known for their defense, have only given up 112 points this year. A new record.
I know it's semantics, but there's 15 more games you say?