Dunta Robinsondoesn’t think he’ll receive a fine for his hit on Jeremy Maclin in which the cornerback once again turned his helmet into a raging missile, connecting with a blow directly to Maclin’s head.
Meanwhile, anyone who’s reasonable and isn’t named Robinson knows that a massive fine is forthcoming from Roger Goodell, and possibly a suspension given Robinson’s status as a repeat offender.
The Cowboys’ overtime win against San Francisco came at a steep price yesterday. In addition to the fractured ribs that Tony Romo gutted his way through, running back Felix Jones left with a separated shoulder, and Miles Austin may be out through the team’s Week 4 bye after aggravating a hamstring injury.
Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli wanted to bury the hatchet with his Lions counterpart Martin Mayhew following Kansas City’s blowout loss to Detroit. Pioli accused the Lions of tampering before the 2010 season. Mayhew turned his back and walked away.
In their recap of Chicago’s loss to New Orleans in which the Bears’ offensive line become what we thought it was by allowing six sacks, Bear Goggles On laments the lack of a running game from Mike Martz. The equation is simple: no running game leads to Jay Cutler spending a lot of time on the ground.
The Bills are rarely associated with breaking records unless they’re of the negative variety, like maybe an infamous Super Bowl losing streak. Somehow Buffalo is now 2-0 after a thrilling win over Oakland yesterday in which they become only the fourth team in NFL history to score three go-ahead touchdowns in the fourth quarter of a single game.
And here’s another little diddy from the Elias Sports Bureau via ESPN’s John Buccigross. Bengals rookie quarterback Andy Dalton threw 10 passes to fellow rookie A.J. Green during Cincinnati’s loss to Denver, which became the first time in NFL history that rookie teammates have combined for 10 receptions in one game.