We're switching the format up for this week's Tip Drill and answering a question from our Facebook page instead of posing them to each other. If we get enough questions on Facebook or Twitter we'll bump the Tip Drill into a mailbag format, so keep them coming throughout the season if you're sick of seeing us debate our own hypotheticals every week. This week's question comes from Gary in Washington, DC, who asked:
"After two weeks of college football, who is on the rise/fall for the Heisman? Any newcomers on your list?"
I should've learned my lesson about early Heisman talk last year when I tried to give it to Geno Smith after like 14 minutes, but I'll play your game, Gary. They were both early season favorites so it's tough to say they're "on the rise," but I think Tajh Boyd and Teddy Bridgewater have begun to separate themselves from the pack. Both have been insanely efficient on their way to 2-0 starts and both have the talent around them and the schedule ...