The football gods smiled upon us again with another great week of gridiron action. The Lions suffered their first lost of the season to the 49ers causing a skirmish between the head coaches, and the 7th Floor West Moose got it's second win of the season! Here's a recap of how Jimmy's team pulled out the victory:
As I mentioned last week, The Moose was in desperate need of some good quarterback play. Well, last week they got it as Josh Freeman from the Bucs had 303yds and two touchdowns and no picks. That performance proved to carry The Moose past the Tinkers in a game that was decided by four points. The rest of Jimmy's team didn't have a blowout game, but contributed nicely to give his team a win. Cedrick Benson found the endzone once and grinded out 57yds on 11 carries while The Moose's other running back Steven Jackson made the most of the Bye week and had 96yds on 18 carries.
The 7th Floor West Moose finally got it's best receiver back in Miles Austin from Dallas who had 7 receptions for 74yds. Although he didn't find the endzone, expect Miles to have some big games for The Moose going forward giving Jimmy's team the boost it's needed.
Needless to say The Moose needed that win against Team Trashy Tinkers who's Mark Sanchez just couldn't match The Moose's QB production. The Tinker's RB Michael Turner out of Atlanta had a stellar game with 139yds and 2 TDs, but it still wasn't enough as the rest of it's receivers, running backs and tight end only pulled together a combined 20pts. Looks like they could have tried to "tinker" up some more points amirite? Huh? Right?
Here's The Moose's results from week 6:
And now for Team Trashy Tinkers results:
And that's a wrap. Week 6 in the books, and another beatable opponent ahead for the 7th Floor West Moose. The Moose plays the Mean Machine in week 7. This is a team who, much like The Moose, has played some good opponents and is looking for a win. Mean Machine is coached by Late Night Security guru Robert Hankinson who means business. This should be a good match up. It's like my old football coach used to say, be a blind dog in a meat house. Think about it. A BLIND DOG in a MEAT HOUSE. Attack.