Bring me back turkey. Lettue, tomato - no onion. Little mayo.
I think they'll consider it. But he's a guy who had $24 million taken from him this offseason - he's going to look for the best offer out there.
He clearly is doing this. Don't go off TV feeds for what a guy is or isn't doing in any given second ...
No idea. Worth asking postgame.
Yup. Should've been a flag.
Lucas Patrick can't run off the sideline. But, that's the second hit to the head on the QB and it was wide open. Patrick took offense. I'm OK with it...then again, if he got ejected and they lost another starting offensive lineman, we'd be saying how dumb a decision it was.
If Aaron Rodgers is knocked out.
They'll send the tape to the league, that's it.
Ever? Like eva eva? Yeah, sometimes. Just because MM was fired didn't necessarily mean 12 was going to change his progressions or where he looks.
For penalties, yeah. The emphasis has been safety and hits to the head (esp. on quarterbacks). You can't miss those in the open field.
Not sure what you're talking about. The best QB in the league isn't playing like it. We've all said and wrote it and asked him about it. Fans can be hometown ignorant too re: just how good he is compared to what else is out there.
I've said a few times on our podcast even the most veteran/talented guys can press. He could be trying to do too much, for whatever reason, this year. And yeah, QBs can see ghosts...
I wouldn't have done it because it's the first drive of the game. But Philbin clearly wanted to set a tone. As for the reviews/calls to stand - whatever. That is what it is. To me, it has to be clear and they weren't clear enough to overturn. That's the key part of the challenge language.
Tom's back. Stay sucka free.