Wayne (over Owens too)
No, they were grooming Cutler for the job anyway.
Shaun will return to a team when a starting RB goes down with an injury. But he has lost most of his game.
Brady Quinn is one of, if not the best QB to come out of the most popular college ever. And most QB controversies get attention anyway, so this makes ESPN drool over this.
Jones ran behind a terrible offensive line and had no passing game behind him either. Looks like Kellen Clemens is the superior QB and they have upgraded their O-line considerably. Expect him to improve upon all rushing stats this year.
This is a tough one. Bush looked so promising coming out of college. But he had a huge line blocking for him and guys in college can rarely tackle. (just ask Ron Dayne). Bush has been overrated his whole career and his teamates don't even like him!!! As long as he continues to split carries, he will not breakout.
Adrian Peterson can and will do it all. With the addition of Bernard Berrian (a reasonable deep threat) and Sydney Rice and Tarvaris Jackson both gelling with one another and maturing this team is poised to beat you in the air and on the ground. If the passing attack improves as much as the coaches says it has, then Peterson will take full advantage. This offense is going to be explosive. Funny thing is, their defense will be even more impressive.
With the loss of Michael Strahan, the Giants go from pretty good D-line to reasonable D-line. Yes, they were spectacular in the Super Bowl but I still don't believe they are among the NFL's elite. Better D-line belongs to Denver, GB, Minnesota to name a few. It will most likely stop itself this year.
Rodgers has all the tools around him to succeed. He has a deep receiving core, a solid offensive line, and a potentially dangerous running game (if Grant repeats last years performance). He has had three years to learn, get stronger, and practice for this season. If he fails, then the Packers should have drafted Brady Quinn in the 2007 draft. And not an injured D-lineman.
Ricky Williams is a huge idiot. Anyone who chooses drugs over millions of dollars, best sport ever, red carpet treatment for their rest of their lives, is very sick in the head. If Ronnie Brown goes down again, he will most likely step in but he is far past his prime and doesn't deserve to succeed anyway. Sorry Dolphins fans.