It’s gibberish. Beyond the obvious, athletic splendor of pro football, the primary reason we watch it is the palpable, inherent danger. To deny that is to deny us.
It was a tough week for the Top 10, as the Niners, Giants, Ravens and Bears all lost. The Steelers, Bengals, Seahawks and Redskins are all poised and ready to crack the rankings.
These three are notable players already, and RGIII is on the cusp of greatness. By this time next year, they may be challenging Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Tom Brady for the top three spots among quarterbacks in the NFL.
Lessons learned in Week 7 will take on even greater significance now as the Giants will try to put a stop to RGIII.
If the Giants are still feeling good about their one-sided win over the Packers, they will get embarrassed by the RGIII and the Skins this week.
Through 12 weeks, which team is the NFL’s biggest surprise? How about the Andrew Luck-led Colts, who are 7-4? The biggest disappointment? That honor goes to the dysfunctional 3-8 “Dream Team” Eagles.
Atlanta is still undefeated, but I’m not totally buying into them. It’s all about the playoffs with this group.
One of the most popular narratives in the first half of the NFL season has been the play of the rookie quarterbacks. Here’s a look at how the NFL’s rookie quarterbacks are performing as the season approaches its midpoint.
Is Eli Manning the best quarterback in the NFL? If you were drafting a quarterback not named Griffin or Luck, whom would you pluck?
The reason that college quarterbacks start right away is that they are far more prepared for the NFL game. College football coaches have far more detailed and challenging offenses and game plans than they did a generation ago.
Jets fans can now take a deep breath. If they can get to 4-4 at the bye, they’ll be alive and kicking.
The New York Jets thought they had the same when they traded up to draft Mark Sanchez fifth overall in 2009. Now, they won’t even commit to him as the starting quarterback beyond this week.
The Jets are not going to win the division, but they can take baby steps, and that will put them in contention for an AFC Wild Card spot. It looks hopeless right now, but the schedule makers have given them a chance to rise up out of the muck.
If the Jets don’t get to 3-3, it’s going to be hard to stay in the race for a playoff spot. Playoffs? Did I just say playoffs?
Simply, despite the odds stacked against them this year, the Jets have performed like expected — so far.