It's a quarter of the way through the season (for some). What do we know so far?
Steve McNair is the "1/4 NFL MVP." His Ravens are 4-0 and the offseason acquisition showed his value with yesterday's game-winning late drive.
The Colts' escape in
T.O. isn't nearly as valuable to the Cowboys as T.G. (Terry Glenn). And Glenn doesn't even need to O.D. to earn fans (and catch TDs).
With a loss to the previously winless Texans, the Dolphins season can officially be called "finished." Start scouting the draft for OL.
I made a small miscalculation picking the Chargers as the No. 1 team in my "NFL Power Rankings" last week. Look for a correction.
How in the world are the Bills 2-2?
With Damon Huard's breakout performance as Chiefs QB, Trent Green might earn the rare "Double-Pipp" career-achievement award.
Yesterday should have been Kurt Warner's final snaps as a starter for the Cardinals.
Vince Young might just be the greatest 2-point conversion QB in NFL history. (The other 6 points? Eh, not so much.)
Maybe if Brett Favre is embarrassed on national TV for "Monday Night Football," he'll finally consider packing it in (or demanding a trade).
Commenters: What do YOU think we know after a quarter of the season (incorporating Sunday's results). Please feel free to use the Comment area to update using results from Sunday's late games.