Updated: September 29, 2017
Sep 19, 2010; Green Bay, WI, USA; NFL Logo on a football on the field prior to the game between the Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.  The Packers defeated the Bills 34-7.  Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

Hello Sportsfans! My name is Jake Selig and I am a guest writer here for The Bleachers Boys. I am 14 years old and a Freshman at Northern Valley Demarest High School in Demarest, NJ. Check out my review of the NFL in Week 3.

If you were expecting to read about kneeling for anthem vs standing for the anthem then stop reading right now and go onto Twitter.  This entry will be about the game of football, played between the lines… now buckle your chin straps and let’s do this!

First of all if you told me my beloved J-E-T-S would have their first win before the Eli Manning led NY Giants, I would have not only laughed out loud, but most likely would still be laughing.

At the 3 week point we are left with just two undefeated teams. In the AFC, the KC CHIEFS led by veteran and much maligned QB Alex Smith have jumped out to a 3-0 start after losing their #1 running back before the season started. But fear not as Kareem Hunt a rookie out of powerhouse TOLEDO has not missed a beat while leading the league in rushing yards and on pace for over 2000 yards on the season. Their defense has been up to the task and are looking like the early season favorite to face the Patriots in the AFC title game as until proven differently and much to this JETs fans dismay (the title runs through NE).

In the NFC, the “MATTY ICE” led Atlanta Falcons have not skipped a beat this season and are hoping to make up for their most disappointing half in NFL History (see 2/5/17) and get back to the BIG GAME this year. Who will give them a run for their money out of the following teams? Is it the Green Bay Packers led by Aaron Rodgers? Could it be Detroit led by a ferocious defense and clutch Matt Stafford, or could it be the Minnesota Vikings who look like the dominant Purple People Eaters of the late 1960’s and 1970’s?

Tune in this Sunday to your favorite network, phone app, or whatever you choose to follow my favorite sport with and see what transpires in week #4.

Sunday is by far my favorite day of the week. In my house,“ SUNDAY is for the boys”.

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