Rex may sound
like a dog--but he doesn't play like one. QB Grossman (right) had a four-TD day
that helped Chicago (2-0) dominate the Lions (and WR Roy Williams, who'd
guaranteed a win). TE Desmond Clark to Chicago's Daily Herald: "We have a
good shot to win every game."
Sure, he's still
learning, but the lame Titans march when Young's at the helm--he capped a drive
with his first TD pass on Sunday--and rumors fly that Tennessee will deal his
rival, Billy Volek. Plus, the reality show Next Level: Vince Young begins next
month on BET.
Fun in the sun!
The Chargers, led by sackmaster Shawne Merriman (nickname: Lights Out!), are
2-0. The Padres, winners of 10 of 14 through Sunday, are closing in on a
Rock Cartwright returned a kickoff 100 yards for a TD, while Gridiron Gang, a
movie about a football team made up of young hoodlums (no, not the Bengals) and
starring The Rock (right), debuted at No. 1.
Sunday's game with rival Cincy, coach Romeo Crennel called his team
"lowly." He knows his personnel. Three turnovers (all by QB Charlie
Frye, above) and inept defense led to a shellacking. Observed tackle Ryan
Tucker of 0-2 Cleveland, "We've got a long way to go."