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Week 5 NFL Podcast Review & MNF Preview

Posted on: October 11, 2010 3:44 pm
Posted by Will Brinson

Five weeks of NFL football is in the books, folks, and do we know anything? Maybe not -- we do know some things, like the fact that the Bills and Panthers stink.

But there are plenty of questions to be answered, so Andy and I hopped on the old podcast machine to find some answers.

First of all, is it time for the Packers and Cowboys to hit the panic button? Who's the favorite to win the NFC East with the Cowboys struggling, Kevin Kolb looking decent and the Redskins just finding ways to win? Should the Chiefs be willing to take a moral victory from their loss to the Colts? Are Peyton Manning, Kyle Orton and Philip Rivers producing numbers that are sustainable over the course of the year?

All that and more answered below when you hit the play button. Or, make it easy on yourself and  Subscribe via iTunes .

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Since: Feb 19, 2007
Posted on: October 13, 2010 2:53 pm

Week 5 NFL Podcast Review & MNF Preview

Rivers and Palmer are both overrated.

As for the "best" QB in the NFL: Manning and Brady are 1 and 1A.  Or vice versa.  Rivers is not the best, because he gets mired in these Norv Turner slow starts, and he has no rings.  Not only would he have to have a ring to be better than Manning or Brady, he'd have to have multiple rings.  Plus, he doesn't pass the eye test, especially this season.  Manning and Brady are poised and confident in the pocket and all facets of the game; Rivers looks like a petulant whiner, especially when there's even the slightest adversity.

Does Cincinnati have a better option than Palmer in-house?  Probably not.  But I don't think it'd be too tough to get a guy that would give them more than Palmer is giving them currently.  If they haven't prepared for this eventuality (and Palmer's elbow has been an issue since 2008, apparently), that's bad drafting on the organization's part.  I'm sure people will find a way to blame Marvin Lewis for it, but I'm not entirely sure it's his fault.

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