Michael Turner thinks the NFL caught a glimpse of a coming attraction in Atlanta.
The New Orleans Saints are a missed chip-shot field goal away from being 3-0 and having a two-game lead on NFC South rival Atlanta.
Sure, it's only two weeks into the NFL season. Still, look who is undefeated _ and who is winless.
Wes Welker was back seven months after tearing up his left knee. Tom Brady wasted no time going to his favorite receiver.
New England, Indianapolis, Seattle and San Diego have won their divisions again. Yawn. Dallas was a co-favorite to win the NFC East, while Pittsburgh's prominence in the AFC North isn't a real surprise. And Brett Favre simply willed Green Bay to dominance in the NFC North.
Everything points to a tough night for the 6-7 Washington Redskins. They've lost four of their past five games. Their immobile backup quarterback will make his first start in a decade against the 9-4 New York Giants' league-leading pass rush. And the Giants have whipped them by a cumulative 75-17 the past three years on the road.