The loss of Al Harris for the season, if that's what it is, will be very tough for the Pack.
That being said, it just means that Tramon Williams and Will Blackmon will have to step up, as well as (and this worries me), Jarrett Bush and Pat Lee. Just as important, is the health of Bigby and Collins. I thought Rouse was just alright, and Peprah didn't look that great.
How good is Woodson on a broken toe?
I think we'll find out a lot about the secondary this week, because I think the DL and LBs will step up and shut down Earnest Graham, Warrick Dunn and the rest of the Bucs RBs. I hope Barnett's good to go this week, as I don't know that much about Desmond Bishop yet.
I'm not drinking the Packers kool aid just yet. It's only 2-0, and it was the Vikings (0-2) and Lions (0-2). Although I didn't expect Aaron Rodgers to play this well. This week will be a good test though. Dallas on national tv on Sunday night. So far he's given no indications he can't handle the pressure, which is partially what worries me.
I thought I'd be watching the two best teams in the nfc last night, but it turns out the best team is still the Giants, and the second might just be the Pack. Both the Eagles and the Cowboys defenses were run up and down against all night. Still it's only week 2, so what do we really know so far?
We know the Rams, Lions, Bengals, Chiefs and any other 0-2 teams haven't really shown up yet. We know that Wade Phillips hasn't won a playoff game as a head coach, and Tony Romo hasn't won a playoff game as a starter yet.
The Giants won the Super Bowl, and the Patriots are mortal again.
Congrats to Big Z for his no hitter on Sunday night. I know that made tons of Bears fans a lot happier on Monday. That and the Sox sweep.
I would have to say Aaron Rodgers first start was successful. Not great, but he what he needed to do, and the Packers got the W. Also, I can't ever remember the Packers wearing black shoes, except maybe with a throwback uni. According to http://www.uniwatchblog.com/, it was the first time they were worn since 1975. It also means every team in the NFC north now wears black shoes.