By diehard Go To Posti feel like we definitely have enough evidence to say Mahones is fantastically goodCollinsworth saying "we haven't seen this before", on a Sunday night when Russell Wilson is probably watching with his family makes me laugh.
By diehard Go To Postjust really great escapability then finding a guy downfieldHe is amazing... and him and Rus are not the same type of QB so I was wondering why Wilson would be hurt by that
things we have definitely seen before but are awesome anytime it happens
Indy with a supreme ball control drive and FG there, now a 9 point game with two minutes left. Great job by an undermanned Indy D holding the Chiefs to under 25 points.
By domino Go To Post*stares menacingly at my titans*In fairness since Luck was out Brissett took all the reps in the offseason program and in the preseason, so he was more than ready to go. It's not like they had a Garder Minshew II situation here either since Brissett was the starter the whole year before.
Redskins fired HC Jay Gruden and promote OL coach Bill Callahan to interim head coach.
Gruden could probably see the writing on the wall following Sunday's blowout loss to New England, Washington's fifth straight defeat. "Through the first five games of the 2019 season, the team has clearly not performed up to expectations and we all share in that responsibility," the team said in a statement released early Monday morning. Gruden's decision to start Colt McCoy over rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins (who reports suggest he never wanted in the first place) in Week 5 was likely the final nail in his Redskins coffin. He finishes his Washington tenure with a 35-49-1 record over five-plus seasons. Gruden only brought the Redskins to one playoff appearance, a Wild Card loss to the Packers in 2015. Ironically, his post will be filled by interim coach Bill Callahan, who succeeded Gruden's brother Jon as Oakland's head coach after he defected to Tampa Bay in 2002. Callahan has been the Redskins' O line coach since 2015. Callahan—who has coached in the NFL in some capacity since 1995—has mostly served as a position coach and coordinator, though he does come with two years of head-coaching experience stemming from his tenure in Oakland, where he succeeded Jay's older brother, Jon Gruden, after he left for Tampa Bay. Callahan is probably just a one-year band-aid for the Redskins, who are likely to address their head-coaching need after the season. Installing Dwayne Haskins as the starting quarterback should be Callahan's first order of business.
Wanted to post this yesterday but I wasn't going to get fooled and post during the Giants-Patriots game: