Shaun Smith came to Nashville with big aspirations of being the latest in a long line of free agents who took their career to the next level here, but instead he was largely disappointed by his own play. Rather than hang his head all offseason about it, Smith is vowing to redouble his efforts to getting his weight down (which even he admits was out of control later in the season), and learning more about Jerry Gray and Tracy Rocker's D-line schemes.
If there weren't papers to sell and web pages to be hit, the concept of cutting Chris Johnson would have gotten play for about 2 days a few months ago. Even that would've been laughably more attention than the idea deserves.
Phinsider has the best, most deeply thought out breakdown of what Jeff Fisher would be walking into in either St. Louis or Miami.
LostLettermen.com takes a deeper look at Eddie George's transition into acting, and specifically his brave attempt to take on linguistic gymnastics of The Bard.
Paul K has the complete AFC South results of Mel Kiper's regarding of the 2011 draft, where both the Colts and Jags lost ground, while the Texans bumped up half a letter grade. Our full letter grade improvements still leads the pack.
Retread coaches are a popular landing spot for organizations who feel like they're in disarray. In all honestly, that's usually the best fit for both sides, though it's no guarantee of success.
It's looking more and more likely that Wade Phillips stays in Houston, which is bad news for the rest of the AFC South.
PFF says the Steelers had a good gameplan early against the Broncos, but failed to adjust as Tebow started connecting on longer passes. Will the Patriots make the same mistakes? You know how I'd beat Tewbow? Invite Ozzy Osbourne to watch the game on our sidelines.
Have a great weekend!