Of that group, I guess I'd go with Hoyer. Not that I think he's the second coming.
We hope to get a couple questions to the commish at the State of the NFL press conference Super Bowl week.
Free agency doesn't begin until March 10. So there's plenty of time.
Don't think so. He's still under contract. So whey not bring him back.
Well, Fisher knew enough to bring in Kenny Britt. So he must know something about offense.
That's a tough call. Just like it's tough to know which personnel men are really doing a good job, it's tough to know who's really making halftime adjustment and who's not. I think the whole notion of half-time adjustments is a little overblown anyway because halftimes are so short. I think it's more about in-game adjustments.
You mean, the WR as an eligible receiver. I think it was legal.
Yeah, but it looks like he might have some other options, including head-coaching possibilities.
I've looked into it. Nothing I can report at this time. He had lots of issues in Chicago. There were questions about leadership. He didn't work wonders with Cutler. And the production of the Bears offense went down while he was there.
We all know Mike Martz loves to throw the ball. . .and throw it some more, often with no regard to staying balanced. Don't think that's exactly a fit. As for best fit, I don't really have one now that Roman has opted for Buffalo.
T-berry, I appreciate your out-of-the-box thinking. But why would a guy like Gase _ who should have several options _ come to St. Louis? Same with Manning. If he wanted to continue playing wouldn't he want to go to more of a contending team? (San Francisco, for example.)
No, this isn't like the president. No veto power.
Yeah, and that isn't until March 10.
Sure, as long as you don't practice voodoo.
Jerry's a maverick, and I wouldn't be stunned if he told Kroenke: Just do what you want and force the league's hand.
I'd be shocked if he wasn't starting. I'd say Jenkins No. 1, Gaines, No. 2, Johnson No. 3, Roberson or Joyner No. 4 or 5. These rankings to not necessarily reflect my views.
Pretty quiet at the moment.
He's powerful, but he's only 1 of 32. All that is needed to block a move is nine votes.
Raiders and Chargers are possibilities.
Correct. St. Louis is not going to built the stadium without assurances that they will have the Rams or some other team here.
That's a very good question. I think the Broncos will have a hard time coming up with one.