32) Jaguars—They should trade Maurice Jones-Drew for draft picks; whats the use of having a bigtime runner if you’re never ahead? They need help, as in a lot of new players. Do what the Rams/Browns did; let the star RB go and eventually strengthen the rest of your team.
31) Giants—Tough times for Coach Coughlin, who had to bury his younger brother this week after he died in a freak accident.
30) Steelers—Ben Roethlisberger is a warrior; he hung in there Sunday and fought hard, not always well, but he took a lot of shots and competed until the end. Much like the Giants, Pitt’s OL is messed up and as a result, so is their season. Going to be a long flight to London.
29) Buccaneers—Their last two head coaches have both been guys who had never been NFL coordinators; could the next coach be Lovie Smith? He’d be a major upgrade over the last two. So they benched Josh Freeman for rookie Mike Glennon, who was the guy that replaced Russell Wilson at NC State when the coach cut Wilson loose before his senior season. Coach was fired within 18 months.
28) Redskins—They played a fun game Sunday (both teams had over 400 total yards) but fun doesn’t matter if your career rests on winning. At 0-3, they really, really need a win this week, at Oakland.
8) Cowboys—I’m thinking USC fired the wrong Kiffin last year.
7) Saints—Still amazing the league suspended Sean Payton for the same length of time as Greg Williams, when the whole bounty thing was Williams’ doing. Too bad Saints-Titans don’t play each other this season.
6) Chiefs—Can the NFL give Andy Reid Coach of the Year in September? How about Alex Smith being 3-0 while the 49ers are 1-2?
5) Dolphins—Ryan Tannehill was a WR at Texas A&M until he was a junior. His OC now is Mike Sherman, who was his coach at A&M and used to be coach of the Packers. They're off to a 3-0 start, but if my franchise QB was as inexperienced as Taneyhill, I'd get him a better QB guru than he has to help Sherman have a more productive offense.
4) Patriots—They’re going to keep coaching those young WRs; they’re going to keep getting better as the season goes on, just wait and see.
3) Bears—Defense is still forcing turnovers and Cutler’s play has improved under Trestman’s tutelage.
2) Seahawks—Interesting game this week at Houston.
1) Broncos—Without looking it up, who is:
a) the Broncos' backup QB and b) the offensive coordinator for Denver? If you say Peyton Manning is the OC, you get partial credit.Brock Osweiler is backup quarterback and Adam Gase is truly the offensive co-ordinator if that really mattered.
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