Let there be hot pants. Please. Recent reports about the NFL cutting back on camera shots of scantily clad cheerleaders is balderdash. I’ll even go so far as to use the one cuss word my own mother would frequent… it’s crap! This is football. Let all hang out. Well, maybe not all, but why do the cheerleaders need censoring anyway? The individual teams put them out there! Why not show them in whatever attire the team already cleared for them to wear. It’s not like they have body parts hanging out like Janet Jackson. Besides… they usually show them right before commercials and they are my que to go get a cold drink from the frig. I say let’s censor the censorship cuz ur messin up my dietary habits.
Playing rookies: it’s like mixing “OL” and water. You’d think that starting the first pick in the draft would be a safe bet but, some rookies learning curve is steeper than others. That appears to be the case with Chiefs rook LT Eric Fisher. ProFootball Focus (PFF) has come out this week and questioned whether or not rookie Eric Fisher should be on the field right now. They graded Fisher at -4.7 against the Raiders. I concur that Fish should sit and on Wednesday in a piece called, “The 2013 K.C Chiefs: A Great Enigma” I suggested a similar fix for the Chiefs current OL woes,
RT Eric Fisher is flat out stinking up the place…. The immediate fix for the offensive line is to start Geoff Schwartz at LG and start Donald Stephenson at RT. Stephenson was as good as Albert has been this year, as a replacement at LT last year. Schwartz has already shown me he is better than Allen….
It looks like the game is too big for Fisher and he will need an off season of weight training and help with technique as he often “looks” overmatched physically and out of position.