Memo to Tony Dungy: Can you throw Kap a lifeline?!?

And the saga continues, Kap is still out of a job and critics still think Kap stinks.  Well, let’s see how well other QB’s fared in the opening weekend…. Colts QB Scott Tolzien went 9-18 for 128 yards and a pick six. Tom Savage went 7-13 for 62 yards before being benched in the second half. Mike Glennon went 26-40 for 213 yards. Josh McCown went 26-39 for 187, and what do they have in common?!? THEY ALL LOST THEIR GAMES!!! When will these owners come to realize that some of their QB’s just flat out stink, so what’s the … Continue reading Memo to Tony Dungy: Can you throw Kap a lifeline?!?

NFC South Preview: Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers will open their season with the $64 question in mind:  How to protect QB Cam Newton?  Last year, the Panthers played with a badly dinged up Cam Newton and his stats fell way off from his 2015 season where they went 15-1 in the regular season thus losing to what was the end of the Peyton Manning’s career and the Denver Broncos.  There was speculations whether he was targeted and was trying to knock him out of the game. The RB position was thin last year and the front office made it a top priority to give … Continue reading NFC South Preview: Carolina Panthers

AFC West Preview: Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs will try to pick up where they left off last season (with the exception of the AFC Divisional Game) and that’s win the division and get to the AFC title game but the AFC West division has just gotten a lot tougher. 1. The return of Raiders QB Derek Carr 2. Beast Mode! Both are a part of the Chiefs’ hated rival.  The Chiefs are looking to the future with Patrick Mahomes however Alex Smith remains in the driver seat and his tires are going bald.  The Chiefs also drafted Kareem Hunt to coincide the QB so the … Continue reading AFC West Preview: Kansas City Chiefs

On The Clock: Full Court Press on the NFL

  In its second year, the NFL is facing a dilemma with the protest by the general public and the protest by QB Colin Kaepernick.  There was a huge protest outside of NFL Headquarters last week requesting that justice be done and that Kaepernick should be playing for a team but let’s go into detail. I have had many people say that Kap’s playing ability have diminished since the Super Bowl loss to the Ravens.  Bear in mind, one play was the determining factor in the outcome of the game.  Ever since then, his play has dropped some and then … Continue reading On The Clock: Full Court Press on the NFL

NFC North: The Green Bay Packers

The Packers will start their season as a 10-1 favorite to win Super Bowl 52 and the front office was busy on draft weekend with 10 draft picks.  QB Aaron Rodgers who is the NFC’s version of #12 (QB for the Pats) has been on a tear and after that jaw dropping performance in last year’s NFC divisional game against top seeded Dallas where Rodgers fired that bullet to Jordy Nelson to help win the game, one may ask what else can Aaron Rodgers do.  At the same time, the Packers limped into the NFC title game as the walking … Continue reading NFC North: The Green Bay Packers