The Problem Waiting For Romeo … Wednesday Cup O’Chiefs

If Romeo Crennel has watched the Chiefs at all during the 2009 NFL season, he already knows the biggest challenge facing him when he takes over the club’s defense. If Crennel wasn’t watching, then he’s got a real bad surprise coming to him if/when he signs on.

There are a lot of hurdles the Chiefs must overcome to return to contender status. Scott Pioli, Todd Haley, Charlie Weis and soon it appears Crennel will have their hands full lifting all parts of the franchise.

The area that is the most important and needs the biggest change comes with their ability to stop the run.

With the exception of their AFC West division mates in Oakland, nobody in the league has been worse against the run over the last three seasons than the Chiefs. They have given up an average of 148.7 rushing yards per game. And, there is no coincidence that they are 10-38 in those three seasons.

There is also no doubt that one of the cornerstones for any real contender is being able to stop the run. Over the last three seasons (2007-09) here are the stats for the best and worst defenses in the league, along with the team’s overall record:

































































It’s pretty remarkable that over the last three years, three of the worst five run defenses in the league have been in the AFC West. San Diego has given up an average of 109.1 rushing yards per game in the last three years, with a 32-16 record and three division titles.

The Chiefs have gotten worse when it comes to stopping the run in each of the last three seasons. This year, when you pull the curtain back on the 531 carries and 2,504 yards that opponents racked up against the K.C. defense during the’09 season:

YARDS ALLOWED: That 2,504-yard total was next to last in the league. Tampa Bay was last allowing 2,531 rushing yards. The best rushing defense was Green Bay, as the Packers allowed 1,333 rushing yards. The NFL average was 1866.7 yards.

YARDS PER RUNNING PLAY: Opponents averaged 4.7 yards per carry against the Chiefs, placing them tied for 30th among the league’s 32 defenses. Baltimore led the league with the lowest average per carry at 3.4 yards. The NFL average was 4.2 yards.

NEGATIVE RUNS: The Chiefs were tied for 30th in the league in runs stopped for negative yardage. It was 26 runs for a minus-48 yards. The New York Giants and Oakland led the league with 55 stops for minus yards.

RUNS ALLOWED FOR +4 YARDS: They were 29th, as 47.5 percent of the runs against them went for four yards or more, that was 252 out of 531 carries.

RUNS ALLOWED FOR +10 YARDS: The KC defense was 26th in the NFL, giving up 57 runs for more than 10 yards. The leader with the fewest was Pittsburgh with 35.

FIRST-DOWN RUSHING – The Chiefs were 31st in the league, giving up 1,467 of their rushing yards on first down, an average of 5.22 yards per carry. Only 12 of those first down running plays were stopped for minus yards.

Massage the numbers and they all come out the same: the Chiefs are horrible against the run and it’s the biggest problem keeping them out of the victory column each Sunday. In the last 48 games, the Chiefs have allowed 20 running backs go for 100 yards or more. Those numbers came down in 19 games. In those games the Chiefs were 4-15, or a .210 winning percentage.

During his four seasons as defensive coordinator of the Patriots, Crennel saw his defense help win three Super Bowls. In the 2001, 2003 and 2004 seasons, the New England defense finished 19th, 4th and 6th against the run. They allowed an average of 101.3 rushing yards per game and 3.9 yards per carry.

So Crennel knows good run defense. He’s seen it, he’s coached it and he’ll demand plenty of it when he takes over the Chiefs defense.

For the Chiefs to get out of the NFL basement, they have to get out of the defensive basement when it comes to stopping the run.


  • DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR – the honor went to Packers CB Charles Woodson, who received 28 of the 50 votes cast. Jets CB Darrelle Revis was second with 14 votes. Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil and Saints S Darren Sharper got three votes each and Vikings DE Jared Allen received two votes.
  • BENGALS – re-signed defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer.
  • REDSKINS – named Jim Haslett defensive coordinator.
  • SEAHAWKS – announced that Alex Gibbs (Texans) was added to the coaching staff of new head coach Pete Carroll.
  • TEXANS – added Rick Dennison (Broncos) as offensive coordinator.


On January 13, 1974, the Miami Dolphins beat the Minnesota Vikings 24-7 in Super Bowl VIII at Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas. This game was dominated by the Dolphins famous “No Name” defense, which did not give up a touchdown until Miami was already up 24-0.

The Dolphins scored on their first two possessions, as RB Larry Csonka scored on a five-yard run and RB Jim Kiick reached the end zone on a one-yard run for a 14-0 lead. Later they added a 28-yard FG by Garo Yepremian and another TD run from Csonka, this time for two yards. With Miami up 24-0, the Vikings got their only score as QB Frank Tarkenton scored on a four-yard run. Overall, the Dolphins defense held the Vikings to just 72 rushing yards.

The MVP of the game was Csonka, with his two touchdowns among his 33 carries for 145 yards. CBS did the game broadcast, with Ray Scott, Pat Summerall and Bart Starr handling the announcing duties. A 30-second commercial cost $103,000 that year. The entertainment at half-time was the University of Texas marching band. The referee was Ben Dreith.


Born on January 13, 1972 in Cooper, Texas was RB Byron “Bam” Morris. He joined the Chiefs in 1998, after he played two seasons with the Steelers, two seasons with the Ravens and then two games with the Bears. Morris played two seasons with the Chiefs (1998-99), before his career was cut short by an arrest for dealing drugs and marijuana. In those two seasons, he played in 22 games, with starts. He ran 249 times for 895 yards and 11 touchdowns. Morris caught 19 catches for 132 yards. He pleaded guilty in August 2000 to two counts of drug trafficking and sentenced to 30 months in prison. In 2001, he was convicted of violating his parole stemming from a 1996 arrest for possession of marijuana. Morris was released from the Texas prison system in July 2004.

43 Responses to “The Problem Waiting For Romeo … Wednesday Cup O’Chiefs”

  • January 13, 2010  - goshootergo says:

    who side you on bob? Lets make this job look good. once he gets here, then talk about all the work he needs to do! Lets not scare him away.

  • January 13, 2010  - MenInRed says:

    Well it sounds as if he wants to be here per

    Former Cleveland Browns coach Romeo Crennel has spoken to the New York Giants by telephone about their vacant defensive coordinator job, but he’s giving the Kansas City Chiefs the first shot at hiring him.

    Crennel’s agent, Joe Linta, said in an e-mail to The Associated Press on Tuesday that Crennel talked to the Giants on Monday. However, Linta said Crennel is focused on becoming the Chiefs’ defensive coordinator.

    Todd just needs to fire Pendergast and Scott needs to get Clark to pay the man. KC should have a dream team of coachs and staff after Crennel joins. Then its all on Scott to get these proven coaches the players needed to win with. No more excuses.

    Go Chiefs!

  • January 13, 2010  - chris says:

    I think Crennel can get more out of the players we currently have and help in identifying current shortfalls and help with drafting the right people, hope this gets done today!

  • January 13, 2010  - The Morning Fix | Arrowhead Addict | A Kansas City Chiefs blog says:

    [...] The Problem Waiting For Romeo … Wednesday Cup O’Chiefs-Bob If the Chiefs want Romeo Crennel as their defensive coordinator, the next move is theirs. [...]

  • January 13, 2010  - ThunderChief says:

    Stopping the run is not unlike stopping the easy runs from scoring in baseball. In either case, it’s preferable to be “STRONG UP THE MIDDLE”. So a case can be made for upgrades at NT and ILB for openers, can it not?

    And, if you’re looking at upgrading through the draft, that means looking to national champ ‘Bama and ILB McClain or NT Cody. If the Chiefs can get stronger at these two positions through the draft and/or free agency, stopping the run will be more of a reasonable expectation for 2010 as opposed to the current mirage it currently represents.

  • January 13, 2010  - neckstomp says:

    Crennel is wanting the assistant head coaching title to put on his door, along with def coordinator.

    Either that, or he goes down to Miami.

  • January 13, 2010  - Harold C. says:

    This is really becoming an impressive offseason. They will get Crennel if they really want him….and they should want him. If the draft and the rest of the offseason goes as well as the first couple of weeks then look out….the Chiefs could be contenders a lot faster than previously thought.

    One thing is for sure…(as I saw another blogger say) the Chiefs are “out New Englanding” the Broncos.

    Go Chiefs!

  • January 13, 2010  - aPacificChief says:

    Stopping the run is quite easy…just ditch the red pants and play with the all white with the red helmet!

    Crennel will give the Chiefs a true D-Cor who knows the details of running a 30 defense. Since the days of when Cowher was our Def. Coordinator.

  • January 13, 2010  - Merwin in NY says:

    I just have to wonder if they gave the DC position to Pendergast last year with the understanding that he was not the person they really wanted for the job. But since they could not get who they wanted they gave Pendergast a one year shot at fixing it. If he was not successful then they would bring in someone else to do the job and give Pendergast another coaching position like linebackers. Speaking of which, the former DC for Miami isn’t a bad inebacker coach either. As much as I would like to see Crennel, he’s not signed sealed and delivered yet! Until then I will just have to keep hoping he sees enough good in KC to want to come here vs going to playoff caliber type teams in the Giants and Dolphins. If he comes to KC then he is not going to be in such a hurry to go elsewhere as a head coach as the Chiefs are a “big work in progress” vs the other two who just needing “a little tweaking” on defense.

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    Maybe with Krumrie gone, and Crennel running the D…the Chiefs can finally do something about stopping the run. We’ve been spending a lot of top draft picks to do just that. And it hasn’t worked yet.

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    Good points, Merwin.

    My feeling is that Pendergast knew he wasn’t going to stay as DC. They were going to get Crennel last year, but he had hip replacement surgery. So Clancy had to know he wasn’t the first choice. I just have the feeling that there’s been an “understanding” all along that Romeo would come to KC this year. Behind closed doors, anyway.

    I think Clancy will stay on as DB coach. Several players, including Vrabel, have praised Gibbs and the job he’s done coaching the LB’s…so I think he’ll stay there.

    And yes, if Crennel can turn this D into a monster…he’ll be considered a freaking genius. And rightfully so, I’d say.

  • January 13, 2010  - ED says: Adam Caplan has confirmed that we’ve signed Crennel here’s the line guys.

  • January 13, 2010  - SG says:

    Does anyone have any evidence to suggest that Pendergast will succeed as one of the defensive assistants under Crennel (should Crennel be signed)?

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    The same reports that say Crennel is a “done deal”…are saying that Pendergast will be fired.

  • January 13, 2010  - ED says:

    Espn also has a link saying Crennel has been hired will probably have a press conference today or tommorow here’s the ESPn link:

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    And yet another report says Clancy will NOT be fired.

    Take your pick.

    But in any case, looks like Crennel is coming to KC. Wow. Certainly it’s no written-in-stone guarantee of success…but it has to be close.

  • January 13, 2010  - True Red & Gold says:

    I think there is a chance that Clancy stays. Remember when they hired him it took quite a while until they announced him as DC. That is because they were talking to Crennel at that time. I predict that Clancy does not get fired, he may leave for another DC job though.

    As far as Crennel goes, I think he likes the challenge and what better challenge than coming to KC.

  • January 13, 2010  - rexHouser says:

    Priorities for the draft:

    1. OT (Move Waters to center, Albert to left guard)
    2a. Nose Tackle
    2b. Inside Linebacker or wide receiver
    3.Wide Receiver or inside linebacker
    4. Safety
    5. Punt/kick returner, wide receiver combination
    6. Best player available
    7. Best player available

  • January 13, 2010  - Danny W says:

    Norv Turner said during one of the Chiefs games against the Chargers in fact the one that turned their season around as he looked at Phillip Rivers now we will test their safety’s. They immediately burnt us with the deep ball. We are going to need a good safety too. With that first pick if Eric Berry of Tennessee is still there I think we have to take him. Have you guys seen his ball skills after he picks it off. He could be a prime time return man too in my opinion. Oh Demmeco Ryans of the Texans is an unrestricted free agent. Maybe with all the coaches we just got which is an improvement these guys are winners and have proven it in the current roles they will be playing under the Chiefs we can pick up some young talented free agents.

  • January 13, 2010  - ED says:

    Why is everyone wanting to Albert to move from left guard. Once the kid relearned how to play his position more fundamentally sound got use new blocking schemes he excelled toward the end of the season. He faced Aaron Schobel of the Bills and NFL sack leader Dumervill for the Broncos and didn’t give up a sack. Give the kid a chance to grow in his position.

    However the Chiefs draft priorities are offensive line, receiver, nose tackle, and outside linebacker opposite of Tamba. We need help at center, guard, and right tackle. Keep Albert at left. People weren’t complaining about the guy his rookie yr. Then the wolves come out after one average to bad yr now he’s a bust at left. Not taking into account like the entire offensive unit had to learn a whole new playbook before the start of the season. So like Cassell, Bowe, and some of the other Chiefs offensive players, he struggled learning new system. Not to mention he had to relearn his position once losing the weight. He had to learn to be more fundamentally sound. It amazes me how fans have no patience. The moment one thing goes wrong we’re ready for changes instead of giving people a chance to progress and get better.

    So yes I’m for improving the o-line but not moving Albert to a new position. Did any of you who want this guy to change position watch the Broncos game. He blocked like 3 or 4 people on that one big run play Charles sprung. You can catch the highlights on youtube. Either way I’m for us getting a new center, right guard and right tackle. So if we draft Okung put him at righ tackle much like the Ravens did Oher and add some pieces in between. Center and a guard.

  • January 13, 2010  - ED says:

    And another thing have people forgotting about Page. I didn’t see our secondary getting burnt in 2008. Page is more than good enough to play safety. Berry is a good kid but Page can do well as starting free safety for us. Hopefully Morgan will take that next step and move into the strong safety starting spot. Bottom line we have good safeties on this team. We may need to add some depth in the later rounds but o-line and receiver are far bigger priorities than spending the 5th pick on Berry.

  • January 13, 2010  - Harold C. says:

    I know Raiders/Broncos/Chargers fans hate to see this. Things are on the right track for KC. They are actually doing things that should help them get back to winning.

  • January 13, 2010  - rexHouser says:

    Moving Albert to right guard has more to do with Waters than Albert. The goal is to improve the whole unit. Waters started his careers as a center. Extend his career with move and instantly upgrade the Center position, thus the line. Albert was a right guard at Virginia. The right guard position is then strengthened and the overall line gets another upgrade. Draft Okung who is a natural left tackle and you probably don’t suffer much at the blind side. The right side of the line is adequate with Callahan, Smith, Aleman, Nduke.
    By the way, Kc has 2 second round picks and 2 fifth round pickis, and no 7th round.
    A lot can done with this draft to inprove at OT,Nose, WR,Safety and LB

  • January 13, 2010  - big vess says:

    No matter what kind of coaches the Chiefs bring in it all falls back on talented players. I think moving Albert to his natural position is a great move in which he can really excel. I never believe in putting a guy in a position that he has to learn and not use to in playing in. Now mind you Albert was decent in his current position but I believe he would soar at his natural position.Okung would be my selection for number one draft pick hands down. The second should go to nose tackle, wide reciever I like Tate, Shipley, Alexander, Briscoe if they are there in the second, third, fourth rounds .Shipley would be better to play slot.I don’t know if they can find a reciever in free agency. Nose Tackle would be the next second round choice if they cannot find one in free agency. Hiring Weis and Crennel may help bring some free agents here.Dansby would be a big boost to help the linebacker corps if he is there during free agency. I heard that Jarrad Page was very disgruntled with Haley and Pendergrast and demanded to be traded. Page may not be the player that Haley wants on this team. But I think the fact that Pollard leaving and they both not liking the yelling that Pendergrast and Haley were bringing to them caused this demand to be traded.We will see what happens as the year goes by.My guess he will return because of the hiring of Crennel and besides Pendergrast was probally the one he was disgruntled with the most.

  • January 13, 2010  - arrowhead1978 says:

    Just because Okung is a natural left tackle doesn’t mean he will be a good left tackle in the NFL. Is he a Jake Long, Ryan Clady or an Alberts?

    I dont think that the chiefs will be able to get a demeco ryans, the texans will keep him and pollard and have one of the better safety duo’s in the NFL. The chiefs I think shot themselves in the foot by releasing Pollard, they should keep Page, he can play… Can Berry play SS? Just cuz he can pick off a college ball doesn’t mean he will know what to do in the NFL…

  • January 13, 2010  - Anonymous says:

    Still stuck on Bernard “smoked again” Pollard? The dude isn’t that good of a player overall. A few big plays and a crapload of getting burned is all he’s good for.

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    I’ve only seen Houston play a couple of times this year. But, if Pollard is playing well for them…then good for him. Maybe getting cut by one of the worst teams in the league lit a fire under his ass…because he didn’t impress my me much as a Chief. More importantly, he apparently didn’t impress Haley too much either.

  • January 13, 2010  - arrowhead1978 says:

    Pollard was better then Mike Brown even sitting at home for those 2-3 games where he didn’t get picked up, you would have to be blind not to realize that the chiefs defense took a step backwards with Brown starting…

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    Maybe so. But, they took a step forward in cutting a player that didn’t fit with what they wanted to do now and in the future.

    They said they wanted “the right 53, not necessarily the best 53″. I think we’re seeing that they were serious.

    I’m no big fan of Brown…but I saw enough of Pollard getting burned (as a Chief) to last me a lifetime. He’s happy in Houston, Houston is apparently happy to have him, and the Chiefs are happy he’s gone. So, all is well.

  • January 13, 2010  - eric warfield says:

    oh bob, you will NEVER fully support this regime will you?

    doesnt matter, YES WE STINK, you point this out quite a bit, especially when talking about new coaches and how tough it will be…Well you know what, of ALL COACHES to come in, we got two of the BEST…PROVEN…Super Bowl Winners multiple times, both coming off head coaching jobs needing to prove something…

    lets face it bob, you, athan, and many others got upset when frozen out…teicher as well…is what it is, but Id rather have it like it is with pioli/crennel/weis than with herm/gailey/gunther…

  • January 13, 2010  - eric warfield says:

    those claiming pollard had a great season are those that claim DJ is this amazing playmaker we can count on…DJ increased value with 2 picks for TD’s, we will get a pick for that, as for Pollard, locker room problem, and he was burned as much as ever, no one looks at that, only fumbles recovered etc…its like a basketball player who hits a jumper but cant play defense and gives up a jumper…doesnt help much…

  • January 13, 2010  - Alexthe"GREAT" says:

    So is it safe 2 say that if we dont win a SB with this coaching staff, that they are clearly all overrated or Pioli couldnt pick a ripe apple if it fell off the tree…..let alone a college superstar? Or maybe he’ll continue 2 make bad picks until he strikes gold again with a player like Brady.

  • January 13, 2010  - Alexthe"GREAT" says:

    Eric Warfield, is that the CB that got burnt on every deep route invented? U probably think Cassel is the second coming of Montana..but he just needs 2 be surrounded by all-pro talent 2 excel…………(sure)

  • January 13, 2010  - Anonymous says:

    Pay no attention to Alexthe”GREAT”, eric. He’s our resident Raider fan who types like a 13 year old girl sending a text message. OMG U R my BFF! Haha.

  • January 13, 2010  - rexHouser says:

    A Step Forward, a Step Backward….. The Chiefs took the biggest Step Forward when they got rid of Larry Johnson ( a cancer, period)

    Big addition by subtraction….

  • January 13, 2010  - Rodeo John says:

    Solid off season move would be to secure a FA NT (there are three that are coming up for grabs…Wilfork would be a solid pickup) and then grab McClain with the Rd 1 pick. Solidify the middle of the defense with those 2 moves. Solid NT play will increase the ability to bring pressure on the edges, hence the improvement in stats for Dorsey and Jackson.

    Oh, and for those wailing against Brown…funny how the man that apparently sucked so bad had the most tackles of all the defense. Guy missed a couple of plays and tackles (al la Pollard style) but still had a pretty solid year for us and didn’t get hurt, as most feared would happen. But yet you still want his head. Makes me wonder how much of the game is actually watched and how much people just pay attention to what they are fed through ESPN highlights. With Page coming back the Safety play will improve.

  • January 13, 2010  - Mark says:

    Tackle stats are totally irrelevant. Mike Brown stunk out loud, and may have been the worst defensive starter in the NFL. If you look at most of the big plays against us, Mike Brown was smack in the middle of them. Missing a tackle, taking a bad angle, taking a good angle but outrun. He was HORRID, and no matter what one thinks of Pollard, Mike Brown was a tremendous downgrade. That being said, No One can cover for weak players on defense than Romeo Crennel. He did it continuosly at NE, where they started a totally washed up Otis Smith at CB and were rarely burned. But hopefully he won’t have to cover for Brown, as hopefully he won’t be back.

  • January 13, 2010  - cupp says:

    Haven’t read all the comments so someone may have pointed this out already. One of the 3 teams worse than KC over the past 3 yrs was Cleveland, someone remind me who was their HC? Why do we think Romeo is the anwser?

  • January 13, 2010  - Big Lee says:

    It’s not about the Xs and the Os but the Jimmies and the Joes. Coaches won’t make any blocks or tackles next year. If Crennel can help with talent evaluation (oops, isn’t that Pioli’s job), then he will be a good addition. His cred should help, too, with veterans like Vrabel.

    Pollard makes big hits, but also has big misses with bad angles. His biggest contributions to KC were on special teams. Page will come back to help us, however. We don’t want to use #1 on a safety unless he is clearly the best player available. The Chiefs have so many needs: OL, LB, etc.

  • January 13, 2010  - Bakjon says:

    Weis and Crennel being added as coordinators may be able to help in terms of getting some FAs who may have not considered KC. I think they will may be the biggest off season accquisitions. In the draft KC should draft Okung as Suh won’t be there and Berry probably won’t be either. In the second round the focus should be NT and WR or OG. Leave Alberts at LT as he had to adjust to new schemes right before the beginning of the year and to playing at a lesser weight.

    For everyone who criticized the Chiefs for letting Pollard go remember most of you were complaining about how he couldn’t tackle. It seems the plays he made in Houston were off the ball meaning interceptions and fumble recoveries and not tackles. We don’t know how many missed tackles he had this season. I know Brown missed his share of tackles (too many to talk about here) but hopefully with a healthy Page and either Morgan, a FA or draftee the Chiefs can make upgrades at Safety in 2010.

  • January 13, 2010  - Lenny says:

    I think if Berry falls to us, we might just have to pick him, sorta like with Dorsey 2yrs ago. And you know Berry and Page would be one hell of a safety combo. We’ll probably get a tackle though, move Albert to RT and we have the staples of our line in place. I’m wondering if we might trade around a little and try and pick up Golden Tate somewhere? You know Weis would like that.

    PS moving the teams best offensive tackle to guard is a terrible idea, think about it.

  • January 13, 2010  - Mad Chief says:

    cupp says:

    “Why do we think Romeo is the anwser?”

    The man owns five Super Bowl rings for his work as Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Line Coach. I think that pretty much qualifies him as “the answer”.

  • January 13, 2010  - Michael says:

    There won’t be many big name free agents if this is an umcapped year, as it looks like it will be. Best available free agent NT probably will be Casey Hampton with the Steeelers. He’s 32, but still playing at a high level, and would immediatelly be a major upgrade for the KC defense. The Steelers don’t usually don’t give big contracts to players on the down side of 30; the Chiefs can’t afford not to.

    The Cards probably will franchise or transition Dansby, but he would be a great pick up. More likely, you’ll get a guy like Tully Banta-Cain of the Patriots. Eugene Amano, C-G with Titans, will be out there, and KC should grab him. OT Jamaal Brown of the Saints can void the last year of his contract, and he’s another one the Chiefs should jump on. Haley and Crennel will have to make a final decision on Page and Derrick Johnson. If they don’t fit, they should be able to get a decent return for them.

    Adding Crennel and Weis is awesome, and I have no doubt they will improve the team greatly. You have to have players, though, and Pioli has got to be agressive in the draft, free agency and trades. Leave no stone unturned; hell, even look to the CFL and UFL.

    There’s no reason not to get a great player from the number 5 pick, so if they keep it I’m not too worried about that. They may be able to trade out this year, though, because there are teams looking for QB’s, namely Bradford and Clausen, who may look to trade up.

    Whatever the case, if Pioli is as aggressive as I think he needs to be this offseason, it should be fun to see and watch come together. He wasn’t afraid to do it with the coaches; so now let’s see it with player acquisitions.

Leave a Reply


Bottom of Bird Cage
Chiefs Players
College football
Cup O'Chiefs
Game Coverage
Hall of Fame
Herm Speaks
Mouth Of Todd
NFL Draft
NFL Review
Other News
Power Rankings
Practice Update
Training Camp