Sep 18, 2014 6:50 AM
The State of Football: Week 3
Don't expect to see much offense in this one.
This game should be worth the price of admission.
Lancers will be unbeaten heading into next weekend's game against rival Pinkerton.
This is as close to a must-win game as there can be in Week 3.
Showing some confidence in the Broncos. They better not let me down.
Exeter defense still hasn't allowed a point.
Going with the 0-2 team over the one that's 2-0.
This is where we find out how good Salem is. Or we may find out how good Pinkerton is.
Were I a Division II team, I would want to be in Division II East.
It would be tough for Kearsarge to dig itself out of an 0-3 hole.
Anyone remember the last time a Plymouth team started 0-2?
Were I a Division II football team I would not want to be in Division II South.
Pioneers rebound from a lopsided loss to Windham.
First real test for the Saints.
It appears the Jaguars are as advertised.
Impressed with the way the Cavaliers bounced back from an ugly Week 1 loss last week.
It's been a long time since Franklin celebrated a home victory.
These teams met in last year's Division III championship game. That one went Bow's way as well.
The New Hampshire Football Report Power Index gives Winnisquam a slight edge, despite the fact that the Bears will be on the road.
Toppers are going to score a lot of points this season.
Epping-Newmarket avoids 0-2 start.
Green Giants created a lot of positive momentum with the way they beat Epping-Newmarekt last week.
This opinion is probably in the minority, but willing to give the Cougars another chance.
Just a reminder: This game will be played at Kingswood..