■ Sunday was a brutal day for Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, the top two picks of the 2015 draft who are both playing for their futures. Winston threw five interceptions, lost a fumble, and took seven sacks in the Bucs’ loss, drawing the ire of coach Bruce Arians. Winston became the first QB to turn the ball over six times in a game since Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2016. … [Read more...] about There seems to be something different about this year’s Texans
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■ The Saints and Panthers probably wouldn’t mind if Drew Brees and Cam Newton take their time coming back from injury. The Saints improved to 3-0 under backup Teddy Bridgewater with a 31-24 win over the Bucs. Bridgewater had his best game yet, completing 76 percent of his passes and throwing for 314 yards, with four touchdowns and one interception. A free agent after the season, Bridgewater is making a case to be the Saints quarterback if/when Brees retires. … [Read more...] about Week 5 review: Chiefs are starting to show some cracks
“You have to send a message to the community, which also speaks to your employees, which also speaks to your critics,” said Serpas, now a professor at Loyola University New Orleans. “If you’re the boss, you have to be out front. You just have to be. That’s how your troopers will hear from you. You can’t talk to all of them.” … [Read more...] about State Police head stays in the shadows amid unrelenting scandals
Unless there’s some rule forbidding an excessive amount of Rutgers graduates on one team I don’t know about, Sanu is worth a call. The Falcons are 1-4 and just aren’t in any position to get the most value from the solid veteran when they’d be better off rebuilding other areas of their team. The Patriots know the Atlanta front office well, too, and could afford Sanu’s contract. Sanu has been reasonably productive and has caught 29 passes for 281 yards so far this season. … [Read more...] about Who’s going to catch passes for the Patriots?