Who will be the Ravens, Dolphins or Cardinals of this matchup as the team that fails to show up in old England? Like you needed to ask; we had you at Browns.
As far as the MVP talk goes, did you talk to him before the season started about all the attention coming his way?
Look, we’re human, so it’s hard to not hear [the chatter]. We can all see or read or hear everybody. It’s just way too early. That’s all I can tell him: It’s too early. It’s not about how the rabbit starts the race — it’s how you finish the race. No one will remember how you started it. Everybody will remember how you finish.
Before the season started, Neal’s future in Vegas was fairly obvious: He has an expiring contract, meaning he would be a coveted asset before the trade deadline. Moving him for a draft pick or two would be on-brand for an expansion team, especially one whose owner, Bill Foley, has repeated several times that making the playoffs by year three is the plan.
Why is Stanford still alive when the Trojans aren’t? Well, the Cardinal, on life support, didn’t lose by five touchdowns at Notre Dame.
This went badly in a hurry for the Cardinals, who have three times allowed more than 500 yards of offense in defeat since a basketball scandal rocked their athletic department. Is there a relation? Probably not, but there has to be some explanation for it, right?
Just when you thought the Aggies had turned a corner, they lost at home by three touchdowns to Mississippi State. If A&M doesn’t respond quickly, the situation might yet get ugly in College Station.