Some quick thoughts from This Weekend’s games

Really like Zach Miller for Oakland. As we’ve been saying, he’s going to catch a ton of passes.
Still not impressed at all with Darren McFadden.
Vince Young’s still a terrible passer.
Still good vibes from Chris Johnson, great vibes.
Gotta be encouraged by Brett Favre’s performance, good news for Jerricho Cotchery and I continue to be very intrigued by Dustin Keller, as I’ve written I think 20 times.
Not really feeling the Redskin passing game. It’ll be much tougher when it’s for real, and those rookie WRs are way behind.
Matt Ryan did look like a rookie; this is why I have been worried about Roddy White.
Michael Turner is definitely showing a lot, which is good.
We really can’t take much out of the preseason with the Colts still. […]

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