Game 1: SportsNation's burning questions for Vikings at Packers
Thomas B (Czech Republic)
Do you know that Aaron Rodgers record in games decided by less than 4 points is 1-11?Is he to blame, or is it Crosby, McCarthy, or the whole team?
NFC North blogger Kevin Seifert
I do know that. I would say it's a combo platter, but Rodgers deserves more than equal blame. He is the one player who touches the ball on every play. As the quarterback, he has more of a chance to impact the outcome of games than any other single person. Full transcript
Game 2: SportsNation's burning questions for Steelers at Dolphins
Mort, how ridiculous are (were) James Harrison's threats of retirement? What a baby. These guys should really learn to shut their mouths a little better.
As Mike Tomlin, Steelers coach, Harrison says a lot of things he doesn't mean. Harrison is a great player. However, if he really believes he can't make some adjustments within the rules, then he should retire. It would be honorable, especially with a good portion of money he would have to pay back after getting a big contract last year. Full transcript
Game 3: SportsNation's burning questions for Eagles at Titans
Robert (Huntsville, Al)
Couldn't agree more about CJ. LT did the same thing when he proclaimed he was going to have 2k+ after scoring all those TD's. That was the beginning of his downfall.
Football Scientist KC Joyner
Thanks for that. Robert is talking about today's Insider article that states CJ2K isn't gaining as many yards as he could because he is trying to hit home runs on every play. It's the first time I've ever seen him dance in the backfield and he has been doing it pretty much every game this year. Full transcript
Game 4: SportsNation's burning questions for Patriots at Chargers
Mike (San Diego)
M-Dub, thoughts on Pats/Chargers? Who wins and why? Look for Hernandez to have a career day...Bolts can't cover a TE with a sheet!
... SD is pretty beat up now. Great call on Hernandez. Liking this new Pats O. Loved the old one. Actually-could be the best two Os in the NFL. GREAT QBs. Give a huge coaching advantage to the Pats though. Really looking forward to this one. Actually, I will be hosting Cover It Live Sunday for this game and the Steelers at Miami game. If you haven't yet, stop by-very cool forum. Full transcript
Game 5: SportsNation's burning questions for Giants at Cowboys
A friend of mine recently said that the giants have 2 future hall-of-fame wideouts (Nicks, Smith)...Any thoughts on this? Also, anyone from this current Giants squad you can see in the Hall of Fame?
ESPN New York's Ohm Youngmisuk
Al... tell your friend to ease his roll. I like Smitty and Nicks. But future Hall of Fame wideouts? Whoa. Got a long, long, long, long way to go before then. Let's put it this way... as a Redskins fan growing up, I had a long wait to see Art Monk get in the Hall of Fame. And he had as many catches as anyone for a long, long time. Nicks is a great playmaker. But he has a ways to go. As for anybody else on this current roster... Eli would have to win maybe another Super Bowl... Osi has to keep playing at a high level and get a bunch of sacks. Tuck, same thing. Full transcript