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The Titans are 0-4, yet Chris Johnson leads the league in rushing yards (434). Something about that does not make sense.
Aaron Rodgers has been sacked a league-leading 20 times in four games... yet he's thrown for more yards than Drew Brees and is responsible for just one interception. Wow, imagine if he had time to actually read defenses.
You know what? I think a lot of people have forgotten how good Peyton Manning really is.
Michael Turner is #23 in the league in rushing yards and has scored just two touchdowns. And I took this guy second overall in my fantasy draft?
Steve Smith leads the NFL in receiving yards (411). No, not that Steve Smith, the other Steve Smith -- the guy that plays for the Giants. Don't tell me you predicted that one.
Eagles tight end Brent Celek has more receiving yards than Greg Jennings, Marques Colston and Larry Fitzgerald. What the heck is going on here?
JaMarcus Russell has completed 39.8% of his pass attempts. He's thrown four times more interceptions than touchdowns. His QB rating is 42.4. Other than that, he's worth every dime the Raiders are paying him.
Speaking of bad quarterbacks, Jake Delhomme has thrown for two touchdown passes and seven interceptions. Who pooped in Jake's coffee?
Fred Jackson has the second-most total yards from scrimmage in the league (493). I can't believe it either, but numbers don't lie.
Darren Sharper, the ageless wonder, leads the league with five interceptions.
Tampa Bay's Mike Nugent has made just 33% of this field goal attempts. And he beat out Matt Bryant in training camp?
The Rams have mustered just 24 points so far this season. Remember when the Rams would score 24 points in a quarter?
Ravens punter Sam Koch has dropped a league-leading 61.5% of his punts inside the opponents' 20 yard line. That's what you call a secret weapon.
In 117 attempts, Kyle Orton has yet to throw an interception.
And the "Hail Mary".... Michael Crabtree finally signed with the Niners for 6 years and $32 million. Something tells me this wasn't much different than the offer San Francisco had on the table 10 weeks ago. I hope the wait (and wasted season) was worth it, Mike.