Could Carson Palmer wind up playing under Pete Carroll again in Seattle? Probably not, but we can dream.

  • Gil Brandt’s list of hypothetical trades starts with the proverbial Carson Palmer deal that won’t happen, but his idea of reuniting the former USC superstar with Pete Carroll sure sounds like fun.
  • If the Bears were a stock, the risk-level of the investment would be on par with buying RIM shares. Bear Goggles On doesn’t want to wait for April to do some serious house cleaning.
  • Donovan McNabb doesn’t seem to understand that when you’re a 13-year veteran who’s completed less than 50 percent of his passes in two games this year people are going to continue talking about how much you suck.
  • Bernard Berrian thinks his Week 5 benching is “old news.”
  • Quarterback isn’t the only position in Denver that could experience some shifting.
  • Matt Schaub sat out Houston’s Wednesday practice with a banged up shoulder, but he insists that he’s fine. That’s good, because he needs to start showing the fine people of Houston that he can play with some degree of consistency from half to half.
  • Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams has a foot injury that will make him a game-time decision Sunday against the Giants.
  • Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel lays out the five decisions over the last two years that morphed the Dolphins into the abomination we’re witnessing today. Coming in at No. 1 is the decision to pass on Matt Ryan in the 2008 draft.
  • Everyone has piled on the Eagles’ defense, and everyone definitely includes us. So blaming the offense is a nice change of pace.
  • The new Suck for Luck board game will be a hit with the kids this Christmas.
  • In more hard-hitting news, Kevin Youkilis might be dating Tom Brady‘s sister.
  • Mark Sanchez has no friends.
  • We all thought Matt Millen was a raving lunatic in Detroit and had no idea what football was, let alone how to actually manage and assemble a football team. We had no idea that he was actually looking to change the NFL forever

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