BRYAN KNOWLES grew up watching Joe Montana and Steve Young ply their trade at quarterback, so he has somewhat overly-inflated expectations of how quarterbacks should perform. This has certainly done him no favors over the past decade or so of watching the San Francisco 49ers. A graduate of UC Davis and San Jose State University, he has opted to eschew all the useful advice those august institutions have supplied him with and become a sportswriter instead. He’s been published at Bleacher Report and Fansided, and currently lives in Chicago with a wife who for some reason puts up with him.
With news that the NFL is preparing a contingency play to expand the postseason, Bryan and Andrew put on their best old-man hats and grumble about things such as the Chicago Bears qualifying for the playoffs.
Nostradamus, eat your heart out. After predicting that Bill O'Brien would be the first coach fired this season, Bryan and Andrew look over the rubble that remains after the Texans' offseason, and search for replacements for the Four Horsemen of the Coaching Apocalypse.
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An 0-1 start can be written off, but starting 0-2? That has to start ringing some alarm bells. Bryan and Andrew wade through the bottom of the standings to sort the teams still clinging onto hope from the teams already scouting the 2021 draft.