Kyle Allen was terrible on Sunday and has not been very good this year, but he is very cheap -- should the Panthers consider sticking with their bargain-bin quarterback and upgrade elsewhere? And can Atlanta's cornerbacks maintain the improvement they have shown in recent weeks -- and does it matter if they do?
1 comment, Last at 20 Nov 2019, 11:26am by morganja
The keys to Atlanta's shocking win over New Orleans were a dominant rushing attack that came out of nowhere and a pass rush that nearly doubled its season sack total in one game. What does that say about the Falcons -- and why was this game not the disaster for New Orleans that it appeared to be?
3 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2019, 11:43pm by techvet
It's time to face facts: the old Aaron Rodgers is gone, and you can beat him if you can pressure him. The Chargers showed that on Sunday, as well as showing why Ken Whisenhunt's play calling was holding them back.
6 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2019, 03:23pm by dank067
Chicago's quarterback is having troubles, but his coach and teammates aren't doing much to help him out. Meanwhile, New Orleans is doing everything it can to give their backup a chance to succeed, and he has delivered.
3 comments, Last at 22 Oct 2019, 08:01pm by Independent George
While the Cowboys have gotten away from the offensive scheme that was working so well early in the season, the Jets once again have a quarterback who can actually use the weapons around him -- and maybe even lead a surge to the playoffs.
3 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2019, 01:35pm by TacticalSledgehammer