If you've watched the Red Zone channel for the past three hours, you may now be curled up in a fetal position, drooling on your BBQ sauce-stained jersey, eyelids half-open. The first slate of games was unreal. It was information overload—and there was only one #quadbox.
Five games were decided by four points or less. Tennesee-Houston is currently in overtime. Rookie EJ Manuel stunned the Panthers with a stunning touchdown pass, and the Chargers won on a last-second field goal. The only real blowout came in Green Bay—and even that game was interesting with Aaron Rodgers putting up a first half that had him flirting with the all-time single game passing record.
But maybe the most entertaining final drive came in Chicago, as Jay Cutler somehow led the Bears to a 2-0 record with yet another clutch, last-play touchdown pass. That chain-smoking son of a bitch just wins, baby.