> It's still to be determined how this will turn out. Seattle lost 10 players who had 58 years of combined experience. They've been replaced, for the most part, by much younger players and, in many cases, players with a lot more talent. But it's hard to make up all that experience they lost.
> So far, it seems to have hurt them the most on the defensive line in losing defensive ends Chris Clemons and Red Bryant and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald. Those three players accounted for 11.5 sacks last season.
@edmastermind29 I'm interested in seeing what Cincinnati can do. I think Seattle plays them later on. Arizona will also be interesting. Doesn't look like either San Fran nor dem Saints will be doing too good this year. Dunno about Philly. Theirs seem to be close games.
I suspect that this is just "out of bounds", but what happens when a receiver catches a pass and has two feet out of the end zone at the far end? Is this just out of bounds or is there more forgiveness in the end zone?
The NFL is shaping up quite a bit differently than last year, and many of the teams that we assumed would be doing very well up to this point simply are not. In addition, there are several teams that have been a surprise and remain undefeated. This is making it more difficult for me to predict wh...