Mac's NFL Blog - 8/26/07

In today's NFL blog: Good news about Vikings linebacker Cameron Siskowic, Damon Huard takes a step up, and Rex Grossman is still...Rex Grossman.

Vikings LB Cameron Siskowic gave the team a scare, but his CAT scan and X-rays were negative.

Seattle Times columnist Steve Kelley says it was "vintage Seahawks" in Seattle's 30-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings at Qwest Field last night.

The Matt Hasselbeck-EJ Henderson feud is over.

Minnesota Vikings guard Steve Hutchinson heard the boos from Seahawks fans.

WR Bobby Wade did it all for the Vikings against Seattle.

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards has revealed the main storyline for next week's episode of "Hard Knocks".

Carolina Panthers LB Dan Morgan defends his choice to keep playing.

Giants DE Michael Strahan hasn't made a decision, and won't do so until after he's had another long talk with Giants GM Jerry Reese and head coach Tom Coughlin.

New York Jets guard Jacob Bender played like a rookie last night.

The Patriots aren't concerned about Stephen Gostkowski's three missed field goals this summer.

The Buccaneers defense struggled to get off the field last night.

Buccaneers QB Chris Simms played without his spleen for the very first time.

Bears QB Rex Grossman played well at times, but is still making costly mistakes.

Packers safety Atari Bigby refused to cut his hair, which meant he couldn't play for the University of Miami.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called for an early end to the Redskins-Ravens game due to the rain and storms that forced the field to twice be evacuated.

The Ravens offensive line was awful against the Redskins.

The Indianapolis Colts dominated the Lions last night.

Reality bites for the Detroit Lions.

Browns QB Charlie Frye has likely earned the starting job in Cleveland, with Brady Quinn backing him up.

It was a humbling night for the Cowboys, who couldn't stop Houston Texans rookie WR Jacoby Jones.

Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News thinks all the Super Bowl talk in Dallas is "foolish chatter".

The competition for the starting running back job in Tennessee will last another week.

The 49ers 1st units were dominated by the Chicago Bears in the first half.

St. Louis Rams QB Marc Bulger doesn't think now is the time to hit any panic buttons.

Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks the real Rams will show up in the regular season.

The Cardinals offense is ready for the regular season.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers picked apart the Cardinals defense.

Miami Dolphins rookie WR Ted Ginn was the third receiver last night.

The Broncos are struggling to implement the schemes of defensive coordinator Jim Bates.

The pressure is on Eagles LB Omar Gaither, who is replacing Jeremiah Trotter.

Mike Triplett of The Times-Picayune breaks down the New Orleans Saints roster.


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