Sunday, December 30, 2007

5 Questions Going Into Week 17

As most of us know by now, the New England Patriots made history last night (thanks in large part to a not-so-surprising 23-0 second half run) in the Meadowlands, defeating the New York Giants 38-35 to finish their regular season with a perfect 16-0 mark.

've officially sickened me with your greatness.

Credit: Yahoo! Sports

As for the rest of Week 17...

1. How many snaps will Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison see in tonight's primetime matchup against, currently posessing the AFC 6-seed, the Tennessee Titans?

2. Will returning wideout Terry Glenn be healthy enough to impact BOTH today's matchup in Washington and the playoff picture for the Dallas Cowboys?

3. Statistically speaking:
A) Will A-Pete or Brian Westbrook be able to catch LT's rushing title lead?
B) Will TJ Houshmanzadeh (9 catches) or Reggie Wayne (71 yards) surpass respective NFL-leaders Wes Welker and Randy Moss?
C) Can Jason Witten (8 catches) break the NFL's record for most receptions by a tight end?
D) Who do you have in the race for the most sacks: Patrick Kearney, Mario Williams, Jared Allen or DeMarcus Ware?

4. Is this the last game Donovan McNabb will play in an Eagles uniform?

5. Any chance the Browns "lay on the sword" and further damage the 1st-round pick the aforementioned perfect Patriots inherit from the lowly 49ers?

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