Rips from around the league

Sunday nights are a wonderful time for reflection. Starting tonight, I will be posting a summary of rip-worthy events from around the NFL every Sunday night. I'll leave out the Giants since I've ripped them enough. Here we go:

Falcons 31, Redskins 17: I'm not quite sure what else there is to say about Washington. The owner stinks, the coach stinks, the team stinks. We may be looking at the NFC's answer to the Raiders.

Cardinals 41, Bears 21: The Bears and Ravens don't actually have to play well on defense to be considered good defensive teams. They've had good defenses in the past, so they must be good now, right? Kurt Warner's five TDs say otherwise.

Bengals 17, Ravens 7: The Ravens might have been the only team more overrated than the Giants earlier in the season.

Colts 20, Texans 17: Is there anyone in sports with an easier job than Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore?

Patriots 27, Dolphins 17: The Wildcat offense is great. Having Randy Moss on your team is better.

Saints 30, Panthers 20: The Panthers jumped out to a lead but couldn't deliver the Saints' first loss. I still count it as a victory for Carolina though, because Jake Delhomme didn't throw any picks.

Jaguars 24, Chiefs 21: I'm going to take this opportunity to rip the Redskins again. Washington lost to Kansas City. That's a pretty meaty rip in itself.

Seahawks 32, Lions 20: Does anyone care?

Bucs 38, Packers 28: Tampa Bay, congrats on breaking that pesky 11-game losing streak. Green Bay...dagger.

Titans 34, 49ers 27: This definitely deserves another strip show from Mike Singletary.

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