On of the star’s of 2011 NFL Week 2 was Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt. So “Huddle Up” and checkout Taking It to the House’s Jason King’s review of Sunday’s action
Huddle Up: An Exciting Sunday of Games
For the first time since the AFL/NFL merger in 1970, there were no division games yesterday. It didn’t take away from another exciting weekend of football. There were great games across the board.
The Super Bowl champs sweating out a 30-23 victory over the must see Carolina Panthers, behind another 400 yard passing performance from Cam Newton. The upstart Buffalo Bills overcoming a 21-3 halftime deficit to beat the feisty Oakland Raiders 38-35.
Even the Detroit Lions recording their biggest win in franchise history, beating the Kansas City Chiefs 48-3. The two “best” games of the weekend also lived up to their billing as the Patriots beat the Chargers 35-21 and the Falcons concussed Mike Vick on their way to a 35-31 victory over the Eagles. Continue reading “Huddle Up Week 2: Tony Romo and the Buffalo Bills Answer the Bell by Jason King”