The Panthers will take a good hard look at Gabbert, you can bet on that. But Gabbert still has a lot of work to do to get his stock up. With Fairley, it’s just the opposite.
By week 9, losing teams fall into two categories. In the first category there’s teams that still won’t admit a season is a lost cause. The Chargers, Jags, Vikings, and Bengals are still approaching the 2010 season as if they’re potential playoff teams (throw the Niners in there too, their owner says so).
Both the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys have started 0-2 to the surprise of many. While the Bears, Texans, Packers, and Saints have all started 2 – 0. Although the Cowboys and Vikings started the season below expectations, should they be in panic mode? Lions vs. Vikings The Vikings host the Lions Sunday and need [...]
As I was up late the other night playing NCAA Football 11 on PS3, I realized that there are not any college football teams who can legitimately challenge Alabama this year, and this upcoming college football season could end up being pretty lame/uneventful. In years past you have had a handful of legitimate championship contenders [...]