Well Peterman was technically the week one starter and there's no way he should have even been on an NFL roster. What a wreck, the Bills have dropped themselves into the bottom level of the league. Hard to even imagine they were a playoff team a year ago and consistently around 500. Probably the worst thing though is in an organization and with a coaching staff so utterly clueless about quarterbacks, Allen is being set up for failure big time, and my take was he was the prospect that needed the most help.
Read a great quote to the effect: "What Gruden needed was someone with an even shorter attention span than himself to unload Cooper on and fortunately there's Jerry Jones out there who has the football smarts of a fruit fly." Get ready Dallas fans for the fun and excitement of someone who can't run a route or catch a football. He's fast though, and from Alabama so he must be good right?
I do delight in the continued unmasking of Gruden as a complete moron every week though, man I hated him on Monday Night Football. What an ass kissing tool. Now it's worth tuning in to a match up as uninspiring as Giants v Falcons just to listed to Booger McFarland. I could use more Booger on NFL broadcasts.
It's painful to watch the 49ers every week. -15 in turnover margin. The coaching staff has to be held accountable for that. I look at the Eagles and see 8 fumbles lost and think if they get that fixed they're back in the top group, then I look at the Niners and there's 10 interceptions on top of the 8 fumbles, you can't beat anyone like that.
Saints game was fun, what a killer schedule. Vikings next then Rams. The highlight of this week is that neither the Cowboys or Giants are in prime time. What's the line though for Monday night? I think I wouldn't take the Bills without getting at least 28 points.