Friday, August 31, 2012

Top 10 takeaways from NFL Cutdown Day

10) The Eagles decided they'd rather keep Captain Checkdown, Trent Edwards, than the guy who was going to be their backup at the start of training camp

9) Washington gave RB Tim Hightower a pink slip, which means he'll be RB1 in Week Eight

8) D.J. Ware will finally stop being mentioned in Fox telecasts as going to get more touches in this week's Giants game

7) Cleveland kept Colt McCoy instead of Seneca Wallace, which means the inevitable QB Controversy there will be 2% less sad

6) Kellen Clemens no longer has a job holding a clipboard in St. Louis, which makes him a strong candidate to start for the Jets after their bye week

5) Vai Tuau didn't make the cut in Seattle due to injury, because only injury could stop The Vai Tuau Revolution

4) The Jets cut the only guy who scored for them in the preseason, just to show that kind of thing would not be tolerated

3) New England axed Donte Stallworth and Deion Branch, just to remind you that you are getting very old very fast

2) Buffalo cut three guys who were in line to be their #2 WR, which tells you all that you need to know about the quality of talent available for the team to choose at #2 WR

1) Minnesota cut loose Sage Rosenfels because Joe Webb has shown improvement at QB, and because, well, he's freaking Sage Rosenfels

1 comment:

snd_dsgnr said...

Biggest news for me was Terrell Thomas being put back on IR and missing another year. I know you probably don't want to hear whining from a Giants fan, but man that was depressing.

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