What a terrible set of games. Even the one good game fell apart completely. It was a beautiful weekend in LA, and I wish I had some of the time back.
Andy Dalton probably won't ever win a Super Bowl (except as a backup QB), and Marvin Lewis probably won't either (except as a defensive coordinator - which he already has). But there's zero chance they'll win one together in their current capacities. At least A.J. Green got some targets in the second half.
Arian Foster looked more like the RB we thought we drafted than the plodder we got.
Maybe Adrian Peterson was the league MVP, but Christian Ponder was the team MVP. The idea of Joe Webb adding another dimension was nice, but it was the dimension he took away - the passing game - that proved too much to overcome.
The Packers still don't look like the dominant team from late 2010-2011. They'll get a real test in SF next week. John Kuhn was apparently the player to target in playoff leagues.