Tim Tebow’s Dogs Are All Grown Up, Tua Reflecting On His Debut & Another Rough Morning In Atlanta

Where should I start this morning?

– There’s no quarterback controversy in Cleveland. You’re going to see some national guys try to stir up some problems, but Kevin Stefanski isn’t one of these morons the Browns hired in the past. The guy knew Pittsburgh was going to fracture every rib in Baker’s body and decided enough was enough in the 3rd quarter. That’s not a quarterback controversy, that’s smart October football.

– I have no idea what’s going on in the NFC North where the Bears are 5-1 and lead the division after the Packers’ loss. PlayoffStatus.com has this Bears team with an 89% probability of making the playoffs. That’s insanity.

– The AFC playoffs will be incredible TV in January. Titans, Steelers, Chiefs, Ravens, Bills. Give me the Chiefs vs. the Titans/Steelers, and let’s see what happens in late January. I’ll also be greedy and take a Bills home game on Wild Card weekend in the snow. Browns-Bills in the snow sounds exciting. It’s going to be fun in my basement watching all this while sucking down draft beers and covered in a Costco fleece blanket. A new couch is on its way, and I need to get the keg system hooked up. Everything is lining up perfectly.

– The Big Ten is back this week with zero fans in the stands. It’s going to be rough not seeing 12,000 or so fans in the Horseshoe, but I’m going to take it and go on with life. It’ll be nice to see all the backyard parties as people here in Ohio finally have something to look forward to on Saturdays. The bars are about to make some money back.

– That said, go ahead and pencil in Clemson vs. Alabama for the national title. I take back everything I said about Mac Jones losing his job at some point this year to Bryce Young. Jones just might win the Heisman.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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