Thirty thoughts I had after watching every play from the Week 6 action (and wondering why the Cubs didn't hire
• The Bears offensive line is seriously undermining what could be a dynamic passing game. It's also time for
• There's room for
• Like we said in this space last week, the
• The touchdowns haven't been there for
• I promise you the
• Looking for a sleeper at wide receiver?
• If it weren't for
• What now,
• Even though Jackson has had more success with Vick, I think his absence has a greater effect on Kolb. Kolb threw some really nice deep balls Sunday, and Jackson's ability as a home run threat is a huge asset for a quarterback with that type of arm.
• There's the
• Finally, the Saints have started getting
• Get some
• Please Tampa, I'm begging you to stop subjecting us to
• It looks like
• Get your quarterbacks and receivers in your lineup whenever they play the Texans.
• For some reason, I don't want to believe in the "
• It'll be interesting to see the division of labor in the Raiders' backfield once
• He may not have done much with his 14 carries, but it was encouraging to see
• Sunday night, at Green Bay, huh? This is the
• I'd be treating
• Admittedly, I was more focused on
• Something about
1. Drew Brees vs. Browns
1. Ray Rice vs. Bills
1. Miles Austin vs. Giants
1. Antonio Gates vs. Patriots
I still can't believe that Bears loss to the Seahawks last week. I had no idea the Concuss Cutler Commission (nickname for the Bears O-line, courtesy of my friend Ross) would have such trouble with blitzing defensive backs. Hopefully, you didn't listen to my top pick, because both the Steelers and Giants won.
Full disclosure: I've already used the Ravens and Saints in my survivor league, and will go with the Falcons this week.