YET. DON'T THINK YOU'RE OFF THE HOOK, KERI. YOU'LL GET WHAT'S COMING TO YOU.
In the meantime, here's an extremely short post about Bill Barnwell. Besides the fact that he's a little smarmy (not funny smarmy--more like pretentious smarmy) and he's also constantly trying to emulate Simmons (I would know a little something about that don't you think lolololololol), Barnwell is really good. I have no problem with 97% of what he writes. These come from that other 3%. Re: Josh McCown.
After completing 58 percent of his passes, averaging 6.3 yards per attempt, and throwing interceptions once every 25 attempts before this year as a pro, McCown's run as the Chicago starter saw him complete 66.8 percent of his passes while averaging 8.2 yards per attempt and throwing a lone interception in 220 attempts. It's likely the hottest stretch of his life — the proverbial pinch hitter who hits .400 in 150 at-bats after the starter gets hurt —
Oakland's goal as a team right now should be to try to find players who can contribute to their next great football team;
ARRRRRRRRRRRGH SMASH SMASH SMASH SMASH. Really? The Raiders are a FOOTBALL team with FOOTBALL players on the FOOTBALL field? I had no idea. I thought they played squash.
Collins has the athleticism to protect quarterbacks on the left side; the only thing he lacks is experience, as he has been stuck behind Whitworth. With Whitworth (say that five times fast)