Well, almost.  Yes, my fantasy  football team is on the verge of winning for the second week in a row!  I am ahead by 47 points right now, and my opponent only has one player left to play tonight—Bernard Berrian.  He is only projected to get 5.93 points by Yahoo’s fantasy football statistical gurus, so I’m not too worried.  Of course, something crazy could happen, and he could wind up having a game like Brandon Marshall’s game a few weeks ago, but I’m not going to dwell on potential negatives.  Oh, and I just want to say again how amazing Steve Slaton is.  The guy is unstoppable!

The Bengals almost pulled it off this week, but they still just look really bad.  I’ve been a big fan of Marvin Lewis over the years, but I think it might be about time to get some fresh blood in there.  Though, before Lewis is sent packing, I think Mike Brown ought to take a hike.  Maybe Lewis could actually do something with this team if Brown wasn’t perpetually screwing things up on the scouting and talent side of the organization.

The Titans are still sitting pretty as one of only two undefeated teams in the league now, but they pulled off a close one this week.  The Ravens almost took them out.  Correction, the Titans almost took themselves out.  The usually unstoppable Titans defense looked ready to self-destruct this week.  When they weren’t fighting amongst themselves or getting penalty after penalty, they looked good.  The problem is that the penalties kept coming one after another, and they actually were fighting with one another.  Even team captain and usually cool-headed Keith Bullock got into it with Cortland Finnegan after Finnegan received a couple of personal foul penalties in the game.  They were in each others’ faces, and then Bullock shoved Finnegan when his spoken message didn’t seem to be getting through.  Teammates quickly separated the two.

It was a painful game to watch, but they pulled it off.

Cobra Vipers: 2-3 (or soon to be)

Tennessee Titans: 5-0

Cincinnati Bengals: 0-5