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Only Three Undefeated Teams Left In The NFL

by admin on Monday, October 7th, 2013

NFL LogoTwo more undefeated NFL teams bit the dust on Sunday leaving only the Denver Broncos, the Kansas City Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints as the only remaining 5-0 teams in the league after the first five games of the season.

The Broncos beat the Cowboys in a shoot-out battle that turned into one of the highest scoring games in NFL history. The two teams racked up a remarkable 99 total points… 45 points over the posted total of 54.  Tony Romo passed for 506 yards in a losing effort.

The Cowboys made one of their best showings of the year in losing to Denver.  The Broncos won the contest in an exciting fourth quarter but failed to cover the 7.5 points they were given by the oddsmakers.

The newly revived New Orleans Saints took their act to Chicago as one point favorites even though quarterback Drew Brees had never won a game at Soldier Field in his entire pro football career. But, on this particular Sunday, Brees beat the Bears and covered the points.

The Saints prevailed on Sunday morning and overcame the thick slippery turf and some good defensive play by the Bears to pick up a 26 to 18 victory over Chicago.  Brees completed 29 of 35 passes for 288 yards, 10 of which, went to Jimmy Graham for 135 yards.

Andy Reid and his new team in Kansas City are on a roll and remain undefeated through week five after beating the Tennessee Titans 26-17 and covering their 3.5 points.  Once again the handicappers were scary close on their totals.  42 points were predicted and 43 points were scored.

The previously undefeated New England Patriots did not have a very good day against the Bengals.  Cincinnati was actually favored to win the game by 1-1.5 points with the over & under set at 45. In a low scoring game which went way under, the Bengals did indeed defeat the unbeaten Patriots 13-6.  Tom Brady was only able to connect of 18 of 38 passes for 197 yards.

The previously undefeated Seattle Seahawks, featuring second year quarterback Russell Wilson, went to Indianapolis to take on Andrew Luck and the Colts as 3.5 point favorites.  The two young quarterbacks were very close in their stats for the game but the Colts hung on and scored 11 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to upset the Seahawks by a final score of 34-28.

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