Well after viewing this Saturdays performance in the NFL, Mario must be looking even better to many of you previous non-believers. Vince looked much better but he still has problems with receivers actually catching the balls that hit them in the hands, and it would be a lot more fun to watch the guy if the coaches could be a little more creative with the play calling other than run up the middle twice and then passing the ball. I started getting Caper flashbacks (scary). Poor guy only had 6 completions out of 10 attempts (ONLY 10 ATTEMPTS WTF) for 96 yrds. Threw an interception. Note to Vince the next time you have to sit on the sideline while a team is putting together a 9:27 drive it might be smart to keep your arm warm so you can make that throw. Yea 9:27 min drive LOL, let me be the first to say we are taking both games against the Titans. Then you look at Reggie Bush. ESPN made it sound like the guy scored 13 tds and is a shoe in for ROY. ESPN, we are not blind, all we have to do is look at the play by play on NFL.com. 5 rushes 22 yards with a long of 14, so one 14 yard scamper (which is all over ESPN Highlight films lol) and 5 catches for 20 yards is deserving enough for mad props from ESPN?????????????. Bush looked great against the Titans but then again so did Cutler, and so did every player on the Falcons. Stats are a funny thing to look at. In the Falcons Titans game rookie Jerious Norwood had 9 carries for 104 yrds 1 TD with a long run of 62. I think the Texans are just fine without Reggie Bush. As for Mario we know what we get game in game out. This week we will get to see him go at it with the starters for 3 quarters so it should be interesting to see his progression. I think by far he is the best Rookie in this years crop. To come in with the team holding the worst record last year and actually be 2-0 going into the Denver game is awesome. Say what you want but we have been killing the run on Defense and a big factor of that success is coming from our Monster Super Freak O-Line Destroyer #90. Kubiak is bringing pride back into this city, what a heck of a Coach. Thanks Bob!