Espn.com has a headline “No. 4 Wake Forest upsets No. 3 UNC”. Ugh. When teams are ranked #3 and #4 (out of 119 or so), that means they’re considered approximately of equal strength. It’s not surprising or improbable when #4 beats #3; why is ESPN calling it an upset?
During the third quarter of yesterday’s Steelers-Chargers game, the Chargers had the ball for exactly one play. The first 8 minutes, the Steelers drove for a touchdown. The Chargers then threw an interception on their single offensive play, after which the Steelers drove down the field again, holding the ball into the fourth quarter.
I’m surprised the Eagles beat the Giants by 11. Can’t say I’m displeased.
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