Welcome to the Around The League End Around, a weekly look back at the world of the NFL. ATL's Dan Hanzus serves as your guide.
It was a good week for ...
(Tangentially related note: Did you know Hoobastank released a greatest hits album in 2009? How is this possible?)
3. Alan Williams: On the same glorious Wednesday, the Vikings' defensive coordinator learned that the Brownswould enter Sunday with Brian Hoyer at quarterback and Willis "The Giants Picked Brandon Jacobs Over Me" McGahee at running back. Williams can game plan between courses at Red Lobster on Saturday night.
It was a bad week for ...
Tweet of the week
While we're on the topic of the T-Rich trade
Felt like the right time to bring this back. One of the best videos ... pretty much ever.
What the What?
"I told him good job and good game. He didn't give me nothing back," he explained. "I guess sportsmanship doesn't go both ways."
Of course, if you watched the encounter when it aired live, you know Sherman tapped Harbaugh from behind, said something quickly, then immediately jogged in the opposite direction. By the time Harbaugh turned around, Sherman was long gone.
The point being, Harbaugh never had a chance to respond, rendering Sherman's criticism of his former coach's "sportsmanship" completely invalid. It's not enough for Sherman to be the best cornerback, he also wants to be the story. This is kind of annoying.
Hero of the Week
Villain of the Week
Mother Nature: C'mon lady. Three weather stoppages in two weeks? You know humans don't do well with lightning. Stop with all the lightning. As a people, we're over lightning.
One thought: Tebow is a dinosaur. Johnny Manziel is football's new fascination. The difference, of course, is that Johnny Football might actually have a shot in the NFL.
Until next time ...