We’ve talked all season about needing to protect Manning and the ability to run the football. Against the Browns, the offensive line didn’t give up a single sack, allowed only two QB hits and plowed the way for 150 yards rushing (though strangely [EDIT: only Evan Mathis] graded positively, per PFF).
So why is everyone so unhappy?
Continue reading Balance, Compromise, or Koobs v. Manning
Does the punishment fit the crime? Should Brady appeal? Are we all happy to see New England engulfed in yet another scandal?
Continue reading The great Deflategate debate
File this under “the rich get richer.” After a meeting with Jerruh, La’el Collins has signed with the Cowpokes. Doesn’t seem fair, does it, folks, especially given the flux in which the Broncos find their offensive line.
Continue reading Cowboys sign La’el Collins; where does that leave Denver?