Tuesday Morning Quarterback - Week 12, 2011

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  • Good night for the Saints last night. They've made the Giants look pretty bad the last three times they've played them. Bring on the Lions.
  • Ndamukong Suh is going to be a great player in the NFL for a long time or he's going to be a footnote, a cautionary tale, yet another story of what might have been in a league history that is absolutely full of them. It's up to him, his teammates, and his coaches. He needs to rein in the anger that is hurting himself and hurting his team. His coaches and teammates have got to get after him more and make him accountable. Unfortunately for him and his team, the anger is part of what makes him such a great player. Reining him in too much might also hurt his team. It will be no easy task.
  • Tebowmania continues unabated. Thankfully, it's happening in Denver, not here. The Broncos came to a fork in the road earlier this season and took the turn down the wrong one. John Elway and John Fox both know it but are also both helpless to stop it now. They're just going to ride it right off the cliff.
  • The Houston Texans have got to be wondering what else could go wrong. They've lost their best defensive player, Mario Williams. They've lost their starting quarterback, Matt Schaub, and their backup, Matt Leinert. They're now even using the F word. F as in Favre. May the football gods have mercy on their souls.
  • The Dream Team in Philadelphia is done. There is no way they make the playoffs this season. It's on everyone in Philadelphia. The team for bringing in lots of high-priced free agents who haven't worked out, the high-priced free agents, themselves, the whole DeSean Jackson thing, on and on ...

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