Rabbit Punches: 8-0 Flacons Make Us Listen to a Bunch of Old Dolphins-NFL week 9

A Rabbit Punch has two meanings, both of which describe the nature of the article. 1. A series of fast punches. 2. An illegal punch to the back of the head between the skull and the first vertebrate that can cause permanent damage to the nerves or death.

Doug Martin played in pure beast mode helping the Buccaneers win rushing for 251 yards and 4 touch downs. Martin will replicate his pregame routine in an attempt a duplicate this outstanding performance. Now before each game he will eat a can of spinach, a giant toad stool, and a blinking star, while yelling “Thundercats ho.”
The Atlanta Falcons improve to 8-0. Great. Now until they lose we get to hear a bunch of old Dolphins compare themselves to today’s players, and how much better they were.
The Denver Broncos are in control of their division and for the second year in a row, staring down a playoff spot due to their play at quarterback. However, this year it is because they have a quarterback playing quarterback.
Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes against the competent Arizona Cardinals pass defense. Here’s a list of wide receivers you know my name only because of Aaron Rogers. Greg Gennings, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Jermichael Finley, Randall Cobb, Tom Crabtree, Brett Swain, Donald Lee, and Donald Driver. So no, they will not be resigning Greg Gennings this offseason. On the flip side of the coin, if you can tell me the round, the year, and from which college the quarterback was drafted who put up 306 yards and a touchdown on the Packers defense, I will give you a cookie.
The Chicago Bears looked good in all 3 phases of the game. Charles “Peanut” Tillman forced four fumbles. Peanut Tillman has been putting up crazy number for a guy whose name sounds like a failed Eli Whitney invention.
Mario Williams and his 6 year $100 million contract could not help the Bills get passed the Texans. For the Bills management, seeing Williams play must have been like checking your bank account after a long night at the bar, you do not really want to see but sometimes it feels better to know exactly how much money you wasted.
Emotions were running high In East Rutherford, New Jersey as hurricane victims were given 3 hours of relief to forget their troubles and watch East Coast rivals Giants and Steelers battle it out. One of the most emotional moments was probably at half time when John Travolta sang that heartbreaking song from Grease, “Sandy.”

Ray Rice has never lost to the Browns since coming into the league, which is not a big deal. Because that would be like claiming it was a big deal to beat the Browns.

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