In his rookie season the defensive tackle out of UCLA couldn't get on the field as he struggled with a hip injury. When he was on the field he was anonymous and couldn't get anything done, despite looking devastatingly quick in training camp. After struggling for weeks, he was finally placed on IR and underwent a procedure that had never before been tried on an NFL player.
Unfortunately, the rehab from that injury is taking a long time. Brian Price has only been running for a few weeks, and cannot participate in drills. Pewter Report seems to think he will start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, which would keep him out for at least the team's first six games. Price's odds of making an impact this season are starting to dwindle.
Remember back before the 2010 NFL Draft when we started discussing possible first-round selections for the Giants? Price's name, initially, was right at the top of the list. It's a good thing some of these selections are not up to us. Lord knows what a mess the Giants would be if they were.
What, Exactly, Is Criteria For Being A 'Good' QB? - The Falcoholic
ESPN Radio had an interesting segment about the top 5 QBs under age 30. The list is debatable, but what exactly constitutes a QB being better than another QB?
My take: This is actually a really good question. I think the answer, largely, is 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.' Meaning, there really is no one perfect way to judge. Which is why sports fans disagree, and one of the things that makes places like this great.
The CFL opens on Thursday - Bleeding Green Nation
If you need a football fix really desperately you can watch some Canadian Football League action.
Question of the Day: Will Chad Ochocinco Be a Hall of Famer? - Cincy Jungle
Go vote in Cincy Jungle's poll.
Darrelle Revis Was Burned Less Than Any Other Cornerback in 2010 - Gang Green Nation
Revis is good. Hardly shocking news.