Goose: Boy, the NFC Wildcard picture is a mess. One mediocre team will make it from the NFC. Three good AFC teams are not going to make it. Carolina should have taken care of business. They have led in the 4th quarter in all 11 games, but the QB is not closing the deal for them. They could be tough in the post season provided they even make it. They need to run the ball and keep it out of Delhomme's hands. Lovie Smith is looking at the big picture. Their goal is to win a SB and develop a young QB. If they get the home field then teams have to win at Chicago by running the ball. It won't matter who the QB is. Grossman has really struggled lately, but all of those games have been in the cold. The next two games are in domes and he will have a chance to correct his problems. In January it only matters who runs the ball well in Chicago. So far he hasn't cost them games. When he does that they need to make a change. If they lose to StL and he throws 4 picks he might make a change. The new commissioner has said he is open to moving the draft to different cities to garner more interest. It would be bringing the game back to the people. Philly, Detroit, Chicago, Dallas and especially NO would be good choices. I guarantee you Miami will not be Saban's last stop. I didn't move Dallas ahead of NO this week as thyey've done nothing to move ahead of them. NO is a good football team. If Dallas wins, then you move them up. I was surprised that Dallas let Vandy go, not shocked, but surprised given his contract. I don't think he felt confident in his kicks and if the kicker doesn't, then neither can the team. Parcells realizes this is a three point league.