Titans-Redskins: Vince Young's 5th year and he has yet to grasp the offense. Mark Sanchez, Sam Bradford, Josh Freeman, the list goes on but they all figured out their playbook quickly. VY is still an immature kid who thinks he can run the show. Jeff Fisher has been coaching the Oilers/Titans for long as he has because of the smart decisions he makes. Too bad owner Bud Adams loves VY too much to let Fisher let go of him completely. VY needs a change of scenery, sit a year, learn the ins and outs of being a professional and earn a starting job elsewhere. Sounds like the Mike Vick story without the prison time.
Panthers-Ravens: Stay at home dad Brian St. Pierre had a week of practice as quarterback for the Panthers and played as well as anyone can when you're playing for Carolina. That must be one simple playbook.
Cowboys-Lions: Let's assume the Cowboys are undefeated under Jason Garrett when Romo is deemed healthy to play. Do you start him immediately or ride Kitna? I would think Garrett has to keep playing Kitna because he is doing one thing Romo didn't - win! Though impossible a wild card team comes from the NFC East, what if the Cowboys make the playoffs? You definitely have to reconsider Romo as the future star QB of the franchise and give Garrett the full time job.
Colts-Pats: - Its hard for Peyton to be Peyton when he doesn't have a consistent group of receivers within one game. Pats made the right play at the right time by finally getting pressure on Manning and Pats' DB Sanders making a ridiculous interception.
Bills-Bengals: Bills are the best 2-8 team in history of the league. I like how Steve Johnson had 3 TDs and each time there were fewer Bengals near him. Bengals are just bad like TO said, "We are terrible."
Browns-Jags: Dear Browns D, please learn to tackle. Last week it was Holmes and this week MJD.
Vikings-Packers: Goodbye Favre.