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THE QUESTION

What Was the Biggest Surprise of Week 6?

From last minute victories to unbelievable upsets, which game had your jaw dropping this weekend?

Posted by Emil Steiner on October 13, 2008 1:28 PM
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game of yards: Atlanta coming back to win with 11 seconds left in the game. That's never happened in the history of football and they did with a rookie qua...

MotownNation: As a native Michigander, my vote for most surprising game was Detroit and Minnesota. How on earth an NFL team could only beat the Lions by t...

Steve: The Patriots are baaaaack......

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Weepy in Washington :

I have to say the biggest surprise for me was watching the Redskins play down to the level of the St. Louis Rams. Yikes! They went from a playoff lock to a post season question mark in 3 short hours. And once again the hopes of our nation's capital have been dashed.

NO TIME TO PANIC :

Yes the Redskins got caught looking ahead and that's exactly what they needed to bring them back to earth. I'm confident that they will take a day to lick their wounds and value the endeavor of treating every opponent as if they were a potential Super Bowl candidate. Need to fix the punting game, get back to protecting the quarterback, and play like the team that just beat the Cowboys and Eagles in back to back weekends. Zorn will make sure this team stays the course and we have too much talent to let one dissappointing loss ruin the season.

Plumber Bubba :

The Skins and Cowboys lose in a dramatic fashion and the Eagles win (finally) without Westbrook...

game of yards :

Atlanta coming back to win with 11 seconds left in the game. That's never happened in the history of football and they did with a rookie quarterback and coach. Hands down the most amazing game of the year.

MotownNation :

As a native Michigander, my vote for most surprising game was Detroit and Minnesota. How on earth an NFL team could only beat the Lions by two points is baffling to me.

Steve :

The Patriots are baaaaack...

 
 
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