The first week of the 2008 NFL season is in the books, with no dearth of surprise performances and not a few unfortunate tales of woe. While some of last week's questions went left unanswered, some of the murk did clear a bit.
On to the issues worth pondering for this week ...
How much do we worry about
Is Carolina Panthers second-string TE
The "Uh-Oh" game of the week ... Jacksonville can't be happy playing against former Jaguar
With no running game and no wide receivers, can
Last week I pondered the question of who would be the best rookie wide receiver; Denver Bronco
Was anyone else not convinced with
With a little more than two weeks to go, can the Rays achieve the impossible dream? Halfway through September, the Tampa Bay Rays have faltered, but pulling off a series win in Boston put them two and a half games on top of the Red Sox for the AL East crown. The Yankees? They can't even hold off Toronto.
I'm guessing the NFL won't cut him a deal either. I'm thinking ... it isn't his fault they printed so many jerseys. Publicly, they chided and fined him for his on field antics, but privately they must have been tossing up some high fives; don't you think. Just how much money has the NFL made on him anyway?
Hurricane Ike isn't the only disaster blowing into the Houston area.
Please say a prayer, light a candle or do the chicken dance for the displaced Texans. I mean the people, of course. I'm not sure any of that will help the team. Which begs the final question -- who will be the first coach fired this year? I'm split between