He should be a huge factor tonight. He's going to get a chance to line up against either a rookie Decker or a backup, Corey Robinson.
They made the decision before the Washington game was over.
Like I said, that was a rewrite of what I suggested "could" happen. If the Packers win the Super Bowl, I'm almost certain he retires. Otherwise, too early to tell. But I expect Eliot Wolf to be a candidate in San Francisco and LA.
Injury. They probably thought he wasn't close to 100% and could do as well with Nelson playing the slot.
That's going a little too far. He had to do a lot of juggling, but they're still only 9-6. Belichick was missing his QB four games and still only lost two the whole year. Getting the Raiders turned around was huge.
Packers are coming onto the field to a great number of boos.
I think it does. This could be a crazy shootout with both offenses just running and gunning all night long.
That's the million dollar question. It really depends on how he's running. If he's not close to 100% than I wouldn't.
They've got to win one-on-ones inside. You know the LIons are going to double Matthews and Perry when they can. Daniels, Guion, Clark, they've got to put pressure on him up the middle. They can't allow a soft pocket.