Throwing yourself fully into the NFL has been a war of the head vs. the heart for several years now, but rarely is the dichotomy wrapped and presented as neatly as it was in Sunday’s Week 7 matchup between the Bears and Redskins. Over the course of four quarters, Washington and Chicago reminded you, modern football fan, about everything that makes us hate the game we love so much.
From an entertainment standpoint, Bears-Redskins was about Cheap Queensland Jerseys as good as it gets. It was all there: a pair of unstoppable offenses, multiple massive swings in momentum, breakout performances on each side and a fourth quarter finish packed with the type of down-to-the-wire drama that makes the sport undeniable. In the end, the two teams combined for 49 first downs, 858 yards and 86 points. Washington took home a 45-41 victory and the Bears left bruised, broken and defeated in more ways than one.
Garcia would be a familiar face with experience in Cleveland having played for the Browns in 2004. During that campaign, Garcia started 10 of 11 games and threw for 1,731 yards, 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also added two scores on the ground. The veteran was released by the Browns after the season and signed a one-year deal with the Lions in 2005.
The Browns currently have Brandon Weeden (0-4 as starter) and Jason Campbell at quarterback. Garcia has served as a host and analyst for NFL Network’s NFLAM this season. He also prepared JaMarcus Russell for his failed comeback attempt this summer.
The second year running back out of Boise State has been impressive to say the least for Tampa Bay throughout his short career. Martin had racked up 522 yards of total offense this season and last year finished fifth in rushing yards with 1,454, only behind Adrian Peterson, Alfred Morris, Marshawn Lynch and Jamaal Charles.
With Martin now on the shelf for an extended period of time, the Buccaneers Cheap Quality Jerseys will either have to turn for help outside the organization or give the bulk of the carries to Mike James, a rookie and sixth round draft pick out of Miami (FL) University.