Rabbit Punches Week 10: Jaguars Win (Thats the Joke)

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.

Ravens 20- Bengals 17 (OT)

This game ultimately ended with The Ravens moving back into contention in the AFC North with a game winning field goal in overtime.  The game should have been over long before that.  Down seven the Bengals heaved a prayer into then endzone  which bounced off a scrum of players to James Ihedigbo who in an attempt to knock the ball to the ground some how did his best Destinee Hooker impression sending the ball up in the air to A.J. Green with a perfect volleyball set. Ihedigbo accomplished the exact opposite of what he was trying to do, kind of like selling you car to pay for the gas.

Steelers 23- Bills 10

The Steelers bounced back after a beat down from the Patriots last week to beat the Bills at home. The Steelers fixed some holes on defense as they gave up almost 400 fewer total yard to the Bills this week, but this turn around is only impressive in the way watching Ruben Studdard on this season of the Biggest Loser is impressive.

Giants 24- Raiders 20

As you might have expected a game pitting Eli Manning against Terrell Pryor featured big turnovers. The Raiders causes a fumble on a kick off and the Giants blocked a punt for a touchdown for the first time since 1988, but the rarest occurrence in the game was Eli Manning only throwing one interception in a game.

Rams 38- Colts 8

Behind a huge day from seventh overall pick Tavon Austin including a 98-yard punt return for a touchdown, the Rams trounced the Colts.  The scoring started with Chris Long returning a fumble for a touchdown leading to an awkward moment on FOX when Howie Long had to pretend not to be too proud of his son in front of Terry Bradshaw who’s daughters did not even play football in college.

Jaguars 29- Titans 27

The Jaguars held of the Titans to get their first win of the season. The Jaguars were all smiles after their first win but celebrating your first win in week 10 is like taking a half day on Friday to celebrate not getting fired on Thursday.

Eagles 27- packers 13

The injury situation at quarterback went from bad to worse for the Packers as back up quarterback Seneca Wallace left the game and was replaced by former Wisconsin Badger Scott Tolzien. Tolzien should have been able to handle being out matched by the Eagles after all the experience he got being out matched with the Badgers in Rose Bowl games.