• The newly-redesigned proposed stadium in Los Angeles looks like something that George Costanza would have made had he achieved his life-long goal of becoming an architect.
  • Just for a change and for some entertainment, try to act surprised about Christians and those who populate America’s Bible Belt expressing anger and concern about the increasing popularity of Tim Tebow “Jesus” jerseys.
  • Darrelle Revis agrees with the majority of sane, logical-thinking football fans who think that Tebow’s option offense is just a passing fad. He also hated Pogs.
  • “Well, we don’t have a passer. We have a runner. Not to say he can’t pass at all, but we’re recognizing his strengths.” — John Fox obviously disagrees.
  • Giving NFL fans games on as many nights as possible is a wonderful, beautiful thing. But it’s a problem for teams slated to play on Thursday night when key injured players are forced to recover during the quick turnaround after playing Sunday. The Jets’ Ladainian Tomlinson said he’d likely be available if New York played on Sunday this week, but tomorrow night could be a problem.
  • Greg Jennings knows how to celebrate a win.
  • The bust label is tossed around far too freely, especially in reference to quarterbacks. Grantland’s Bill Barnwell writes that we should be cautious while using it with Matt Leinart, Houston’s new starter whose confidence and development was likely shattered by Ken Whisenhunt in Arizona, one of the league’s worst quarterback evaluators.
  • The Texans haven’t officially said that Matt Schaub‘s season is over, and he’s still exploring options and getting other opinions on his injury. But he sounded pretty bummed in a radio interview yesterday.
  • Michael Vick is the world’s richest broke guy.
  • LaMarr Woodley is optimistic that he’ll be healthy and ready to play after Pittsburgh’s bye.
  • There’s optimism in Seattle, and it’s centered around the team’s offensive line.
  • Given his play and the way he’s fit perfectly in Jim Harbaugh‘s scheme, Alex Smith should be re-signed by San Francisco this offseason. But a senseless distraction now could be damaging, so the negotiations can wait.
  • The thumb is an important part of the hand, so when a quarterback has the thumb on his throwing hand wrapped in tape that could be a problem.

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