College football and the NFL are starting to get into full swing! And with that, the Everyday Mailbag is starting to pick up more steam. Here's what the Sports World wants to know!
Q: Is it time to trade Peyton Manning?
-James R., Nashville, TN
A: No. It isn't time to trade Peyton Manning. Besides, who is gonna take an injured QB via trade. He has to prove he's healthy before a trade can even be considered.
Q: What do you think of the Washington Redskins so far this season and Rex Grossman? Real football or real fluke?
-Ryan J., Henning, TN
A: I think the Redskins are doing better than expected. Grossman has impressed me so far. But we will see how good they are when they get into the meat of their schedule.
Q: With a 2-0 start will the Lions make playoffs?
-Bobby C., Sacramento, CA
A: Its looking more and more like it. They still have to play the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears this year but they're playing like a house on fire right now. It all depends on Stafford. If he stays healthy, they just might get in there. I didn't think it would be possible, but it just might not be "wait until next year" in Detroit.
Q: What explanation do you have for the Chiefs losing 48-3 and 41-7?
-Sam B., Highland Park, IL
A: I have no explanation for this poor showing by them. The only thing that I can say is that by Head Coach Todd Haley resting his players all preseason and not getting them work, he has hurt his team. They are all out of rhythm and look like they're stuck in preseason mode still.
Q: What are your thoughts on the Titans game versus the Ravens on Sunday?
-Herman P., LaVergne, TN
A: The run game is still not getting it going, but with Matt Hasselbeck taking advantage of one-on-one matchups in the passing game, it doesn't matter as much. The Titans will need to figure out a way to run against a stacked box eventually, but for right now, the veteran Hasselbeck is picking thru defenses.
Q: What do you thing of Florida's new offense? Pretty impressive huh?
-Kareem H., Nashville, TN
A: I think that its a better offense. More conventional and less gimmicky. And with the speed merchants they have and the mind of Charlie Weis running the offense, they could be dangerous.
Q: Which starting QB will be the first one to be benched?
-Joey K., Los Angeles, CA
A: I think Seattle's Tavaris Jackson will be the first QB benched in the NFL. He doesn't look very impressive in the first week and then he goes into Pittsburgh and didn't produce anything. I see Charlie Whitehurst warming up real soon in Seattle.
Thanks for all the questions. And remember, if you have sports questions, I have answers!!!