After week 1 of the NFL season, it seems to be the time to overreact to what happened in your teams first game and other games across the league.
Here are ten reactions you had from week 1 of the season.
10. "Boy, What an Idiot"
The Tennessee Titans were the worst defense in the game last season and gave up the most points. So why not give the Steelers their first two points on a boneheaded safety in your first game of the season?
9. "Geno! Geno! Geno!"
The New York Jets are the Bad Luck Brian of the National Football League. First their superfan Fireman Ed quits, then the Thanksgiving "Butt Fumble" play defined Mark Sanchez's NFL career. So the Jets go out and get a quarterback in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft in Geno Smith, who did not receive high marks from many.
With Sanchez out, Smith took over and somehow found a way to win the game for the Jets on a last minute drive (with some help) to set up a field goal to top the Buccaneers.
8. "What do you mean everyone in the AFC North Lost?!"
Oh, the mighty AFC North. A division with a history of top dogs like the Steelers and Ravens making the postseason. Let's not forget the Bengals are the favorite to win it this year.
Well, Baltimore got slaughtered by Manning's Broncos, the Bengals lost a lead in Chicago and the Steelers looked terrible all around. The Browns, well, they are the Browns.
7. "Are the Giants TRYING to Lose?"
In a game the New York Giants could've won, they seemed to content finding anyway to lose the game at Jerry World Sunday night. They did it to the tune of six turnovers, three being interceptions from Eli Manning. For those fantasy owners with Manning, you were OK, especially since he threw four touchdowns.
6. "Faith Hill Was Way Better"
If you are man who loves professional football in this country, your Sunday has ended with football and the hot Faith Hill singing the opening song.
But NBC decided to retire "Faith Hilling" and bring in country star Carrie Underwood. Underwood is a wonderful talent, and like Hill, great to look at. The producer who suggested she wear Daisy Dukes deserves a raise and understands television ratings.
You may have enjoyed seeing Carrie, but you might've disliked her rendition of the song, which took a more country approach.
5. "Faith Who?"
To be fair to "Team Carrie," there were those of you saying this while watching the new opening for Sunday Night Football on NBC.
Country is the most popular genre of music in this country, but what do I know?
4. "Steelers are Going to Suck This Season"
In a game where the Steelers lost Larry Foote and Maurkice Pouncey for the season, and also played horrible offense all game long, Pittsburgh is looking at a depleted offensive line and a quarterback in Ben Roethlisberger who might be running for his life this season (Seems to happen a lot).
The Steelers looked like an 8-8 team coming in. Now, many fans, who left the game at the start of the fourth quarter when their team was only down by one Sunday, are predicting more of a 5-11 type of year. Haley's hope of running the ball more may disappear faster than Maurkice Pouncey.
3. "The Eagles Offense Is Scary Good!"
Chip Kelly walked into a perfect situation in Philadelphia. Most first year head coaches have to deal with adjusting their new players to their playbook. Kelly was like a kid with a bunch of shiny, new toys in the Eagles with Vick, McCoy and Jackson.
It was shocking and for some revolutionary watching the Eagles put up 26 points as quickly as they did against the Redskins Monday night. The only thing missing is a new uniform design from Phil Knight every week. Although, much like Kelly's Ducks, they tend to forget to play defense at times.
2. "Why is Ryan Seacrest on My TV?! Why?!"
Football and Ryan Seacrest go together like liberal and conservative running mates. It makes everyone angry and nobody is happy.
Seacrest is everywhere, and thanks to Comcast owning NBC Universal (which includes E!), you will see him any chance the network gets.
The reception he got in Denver opening night was an accurate consensus that NOBODY wants Seacrest touching football coverage with a ten foot pole.
1. "My Team Is Gonna Be Great/Is Going to Suck in 2013"
The definition of overreacting is summing up your teams season after one week.
It's easy to label your team after just one game. But let us remember the 2003 New England Patriots, who got blown out in Buffalo to open the season 31-0. They went on to win the Super Bowl that season. New England might've went to Radio Shack and bought some new video cameras after that, but they rebounded from a week 1 loss.