Cooper Rush sees the field. And he’s cool as a Dreamsicle. But I’m still doubtful he will retire undefeated. That said, that was quite the feat last night. Not quite as impressive as re-routing an asteroid, but close.
3-0 as a starting quarterback and the engineer of three game-winning drives.
Now do everybody a favor and STHU, Lil’ Abner. There is no controversy here.
CeeDee gave us a life lesson. Just because something starts badly doesn’t mean it has to end badly. He showed genuine mental toughness.
One note about that one-handed catch in the end zone. Yeah, CeeDee made a helluva play, but I was actually even more impressed with Rush’s throw. Zero margin for error.
Yes, Cowboy fans. There are things to be optimistic about. Starting with that defense, which now leads the NFL with 13 sacks.
Looks like that’s it for the season for Giants receiver Sterling Shepard, who left Monday’s game against the Cowboys with what appeared to be a severe knee injury. And that poor guy just got through rehabbing an Achilles tear.
Niners’ left tackle Trent Williams will miss 4-6 weeks with a severe high ankle sprain. SF could be in real trouble.
But Williams’ ankle is not in nearly as bad shape as Mac Jones’. I don’t know what the Patriots are going to do. Bryan Hoyer? Bailey Zappe?
And the Chargers are dropping like flies. Left tackle Rashawn Slater tore his left biceps tendon (OWWWW!) and edge rusher Joey Bosa will be out indefinitely with a groin injury.
Bolts’ QB Justin Herbert, he of the fractured rib cartilage, was sacked four times and was hit 17 times in that loss to the Jags. Holy moly…
I probably enjoyed watching Favre play as much as I’ve enjoyed any NFL star in my lifetime. But I’m not going to be able to get past this. Disgusting. I applaud Sirius XM Radio for suspending his weekly show.
Dear Texas Tech. Identify that knucklehead that shoved a Longhorn player. Ban him. Prosecute him. Draw him and quarter him.
What’s gonna happen with the scheduled Sunday game between the Chiefs and the Bucs in Tampa? Everybody err on the side of caution and safety, please.
Bills OC Ken Dorsey says he’s sorry for wrecking that coaching booth in Miami. Hey, the man said he’s sorry, OK?
I feel badly for Aggies receiver Ainias Smith, who is out for the year after breaking a leg. I love football. I hate injuries.
Right now I’m just glad I’m not employed by either the Phoenix Suns or the Boston Celtics. Dreary workplaces, at present.