TEM’s Ballers And Wankstas Of The Week- Week 11

This week had all the makings of a good movie. A little drama with the Titans, a good comeback with the Bills and great story plot with the continued success of QB Michael Vick. But just like any good movie, there are some good parts and bad parts. Without further adieu, here are the Ballers and Wankstas of the week.

Ballers Of The Week

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers ( 22/31, 301 yards, 4 TDs, O INTs )
Rodgers performed surgery on the Vikings secondary and sent head coach Brad Childress packing in the process. If I was a coach that's on the hot seat, I wouldn't want to face the Packers. They are 2 for 2 in getting coaches on the hot seat fired.

LeSaean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia Eagles ( 14 carries, 111 yards, 1 TD )

McCoy delivered in the clutch for his team and helped the Eagles prove that they can make the plays in close games when they need to. This team gets scarier by the week.

Steve Johnson, WR, Buffalo Bills ( 8 receptions, 137 yards, 3 TDs)

Steve Johnson is a big reason that the Bills have started to show some explosiveness on offense. There may be some reason for hope there after all.

Chicago Defense

The Chicago defense dominated the Dolphins on Thursday night. They only gave up 187 totals yards of offense and had 3 sacks. Another statistic that shows how much they dominated the game is that they held the Dolphins to 1-11 on 3rd down conversions.

Wankstas Of The Week

Brett Farve, QB, Minnesota Vikings (17/38, 208 yards, 1 INT)

Brett Farve looks older and older everytime that I see him on TV. I guess he should not have decided to take his Geritol and come back because it didn't work this year. Also, isn't it funny that the team he led for years just swung the ax on the Vikings season?

Frank Gore, RB, San Francisco 49ers (12 carries, 23 yards, 0 TDs )

You would have thought Frank Gore would have ran all over the 31st-ranked run defense this week. Well, we all were wrong. The 49ers got blasted by the Buccaneers and Al Gore may as well have been running the ball, because the 9ers couldn't get anything right.

Darren McFadden, RB, Oakland Raiders ( 10 carries, 14 yards, 0 TDs)

I know McFadden went against the Steel Curtain, but he is the heart of the offense. I guess he still has a little more growing to do.

Cincinnati Bengals

This Bengals were up 28-7 against the lowly Bills when they just unraveled. They fell apart faster than a cheap suit. The only thing saving head coach Marvin Lewis is they don't see the Packers on their schedule the rest of the season.

These are my Ballers and Wankstas of the week. If you feel someone should be added to list, feel free to leave a comment.

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