Welcome back to Hartford, where the weather is worsening along with the football play. The Colonials once again found themselves in a sloppy game, and they turned the ball over way too many times. Their offensive line is still struggling (spared by some occasional nice runs by their running backs) and their reliable QB, Josh McCown, made three terrible mistakes to end Colonial drives. Other than all that, the team looks great…
AFC West – Although the Raiders are improved, we guess, they are the still the Raiders and will find ways to lose fun. The Broncos will be decent but after seeing how they finished last season there is little doubt they can win this division. Look for the Chargers to win the AFC West, AKA the worst division in football.
This can be a great game to get kids started on understanding money. Counting the change in Daddy’s pocket every evening can a fun as well as rewarding game to play with your child.
AFC South – It would be very difficult to pick against Peyton Manning even with a surging Houston Texans team led by Matt Schaub. The Texans are the sexy pick this year and we feel will find their way into the playoffs but until Peyton isn’t Peyton, we like the Colts.
Melissa & Doug Safari Floor Puzzle is fun for kids aged 6-years to 10-years old. The puzzle is colorful and detailed. With 100 pieces, your child will have hours of fun getting it all together. You might want to get in on the fun as well.
An example of this is the distinction between what you intend and how your intentions impact others. Let’s say that someone was to step on your foot and accidentally hurt you. Just because that person didn’t intend to hurt you does not mean that your foot doesn’t hurt. Even though you may appreciate the person apologizing to you, the fact remains is that your foot still hurts. When it is physical pain the example is much easier to understand than if the pain is emotional. If you direct negative comments towards someone long enough, the pain begins to accumulate so much that eventually they my lose their patience and blow up at you. This is critical in understanding why we must accept responsibility for our actions regardless of our intent.
If you also like baseball, travel to Chicago for the weekend of October 3-4 and watch the Chicago Cubs play the Arizona Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field on Saturday and the Chicago Bears take on the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field on Sunday.