Last week the NFL seemed quirkier than usual, Bengals over the Ravens, Buffalo almost taking out San Diego, Tennessee beating Indy, Cleveland over KC and the almost upset by the Lions. This is the vision of Rozelle, that on any given Sunday. While many of us are upset at the way our offense is playing, and have concerns for what will happen in the playoffs consider the Chicago game. They won 23-13, on the strength of a ST td, a D td, a safety and one O td. The total offensive yards for the Bears was 107, and their time of possession was 20.39 minutes... REX GROSSMAN HAD A QB RATING OF 1.3 WITH ONLY 24 NET YARDS GAINED. Another example, although not as good as the one above is Houston Vs. Oakland, Oakland is not a defensive juggernaut. The Texans won 23-14 on 3 FG's, one defensive score and one O TD. Their total yards gained was 124, time of possession was 26.14 minutes.. DAVID CARR HAD A QB RATING 56.2 WITH A TOTAL OF -5 YARD GAINED. The Titans win over the Colts does not have the same glaring discrepancies, however when a team with a 4-7 record, beats a team with a 10-1 record there are comparisons to the point being made. While many of us are concerned about how this offense is playing and all of its subleties, it seems that the NFL that Rozelle dreamed of is taking shape that on any given Sunday there is enough parity that any team can play well against another. As we are getting ready to end the season and begin to think of the playoffs, it seems that the team who is playing best will have a very good shot. We have seen two mistake filled, lackluster performances by our O, our D is beginning to look a little short on talent, and has made a ton of adjustments.. the next couple of weeks will tell our direction, if we keep on winning "better" than we have lately, then we stand as good a chance as anyone to go all the way. Every team has its shortcomings, and on any given Sunday as this is the NFL.