21 Questions

Right now in the music industry ?21 Questions? by 50 Cent is a hot song. In the song the 21 questions are for a female, but we?ve twisted it around. There are questions about everything, and we?ve come up with 21 questions for the upcoming football season.

Q: What will be Terrell Owens new celebration?
A: Nobody knows, but we all know it?ll be another classic. Owens has already said he has a couple of new moves ready.

Q: Will this be Brett Favre?s last year?
A: When a player talks about retirement as much as Favre does, you know it?s just around the corner. Favre has taking a beating over the years, and we don?t want to see him leave like Troy Aikman and Steve Young. He has won his ring, and done all he had to in the NFL.

Q: Are the Rams back?
A: Kurt Warner?s hand is still a question, but Marshall Faulk is healthy again. This will likely be their last year too make another run for a ring.

Q: Who is going to step up now that Michael Bennet?s out?
A: The answer to that will probably be Daunte Culpepper. Just keep your eye on training camp, because there should be a great battle. Onterrio Smith is expected to win, but there are a lot of hungry backs. Don?t count out veterans John Avery or Doug Chapman.

Q: Who will be the Browns Starter?
A: This question was answered two days ago. Like we said from the beginning Holcomb is the better quarterback. This quarterback battle will probably go back and forth, like Doug Flutie and Rob Johnson.

Q: Will Bill Parcells Succeed?
A: Parcells might be kicking himself in the future for not staying retired. Dallas?s defense looks set for the future, but the offense is a quarterback and a running back away. What happened to Jimmy Johnson in Miami, could end up happening to Parcells.

Q: Who will be the Redskins Starting Running Back?
A: It looks like it?ll be a crowded backfield in Washington. Spurrier will bring in the back he fills is more suitable for whatever type of play they are running. Ladell Betts should end up with the most carries by the end of the year, but Trung Canidate will be more of a threat.

Q: Which team will come out of nowhere?
A: Every year there is a team that succeeds out of nowhere. This year Seattle seems to be a great candidate to do that. They have two great coaches in Mike Holmgren and Ray Rhodes. The Seattle offense has always been clicking, but now the defense should with Ray Rhodes in there.

Q: Will Brian Griese finish as Miami?s starter?
A: As long as Fiedler stays healthy don?t expect to see much of Brian Griese. Fiedler should stay as the starter for the whole season.

Q: Can Tampa Bay Defend Their Super Bowl?
A: There still a great team, but we don?t see them winning it again. There are just so many talented teams out there. With Tampa Bay?s defense though, it is a possibility.

Q: Who are the top five teams entering the season?
A: Probably Tampa Bay, Oakland, Pittsburgh, New York Giants, and the Miami Dolphins.

Q: Who will own the first pick in next year?s draft?
A: Hand it to the Arizona Cardinals. They?re going to struggle on both sides of the ball this season.

Q: Will Michael Vick put up great passing numbers?
A: He didn?t do a lot with his arm last season, but made up for it on the ground. His passing numbers should go up, but his rushing numbers might go down a little bit. Throughout it all no defense will be able to stop him. Now that he is hurt though, who knows what will happen.

Q: Can Miami avoid their annual late season collapse?
A: They always start out great, but every single year they have a collapse in their season. If Ricky Williams can stay healthy, it shouldn?t happen this season. Until it is broken it will remain a Miami curse.

Q: Which team will be the biggest disappointment?
A: Probably the Rams again. With the talent they have on offense a Super Bowl should be guaranteed.

Q: Will this be Peyton Manning?s year?
A: Manning has always put up big numbers through the air, but can?t stop throwing costly interceptions. This team was suppose to make big noise last year, but didn?t even make the playoffs. Now that Edgerrin James is back, the big three are ready to tear up defenses again. The problem in the past was always their defense. Tony Dungy has built up the Colts defense very quickly. As long as one of the big three don?t go down, Manning could be in his first Super Bowl this season.

Q: Is Randy Moss going to come back down to earth?
A: Moss?s antics on and off the field are starting to ruin his career. He has squirted a water bottle at a referee, tried to run over a woman, and admits that he plays when he wants to. His talent is still unbelievable, but he needs to come to play on every play. If he comes back to reality he will be the best wideout in the league again.

Q: Who helped themselves the most in the NFL Draft?
A: You?d have to say either Detroit or Dallas. Detroit desperately needed a big time receiver, and now they have that in Charles Rogers. Dallas continues to add solid players through the draft, and is building up a great young defense.

Q: Who will do better Kordell Stewart or Jake Plummer?
A: Plummer has the best talent around him, so you?d have to say him. In Arizona he had plenty of talented players as well, but never got the job done. Kordell has just been inconsistent and could revitalize his career in Chicago. Through it all I think both will succeed in their new environments.

Q: Which team declined the most in the offseason?
A: Once again we hear the name Arizona Cardinals. They lost Jake Plummer, David Boston, Frank Sanders, Martay Jenkins, and traded Thomas Jones. In place of those players they got Jeff Blake, unproven rookie receivers, and veteran Emmitt Smith. What can Bill Bidwell possibly be thinking?

Q: Who will be the first coach fired?
A: All situations look fine in the NFL right now, but that always changes in a hurry. The top candidates will probably be Mike Tice in Minnesota or Mike Martz in St. Louis.


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