It's a beautiful day here in Cincinnati. The sun is shining and the temperature and conditions tonight should be perfect for football.
© There were some big, vicious hits doled out during Sunday's games that will test the commissioner's office's crackdown on such blows.
The one I thought was OK was the hit on Indianapolis' Austin Collie.
The original blow came from his back side after he had caught the ball and made a football move.
That blow lowered his head and knocked him into the second defender.
The play was penalized, but should not have been. It was a legal hit.
It's unfortunate that Collie was injured, but it was a football play.
The play that isn't being talked about a whole lot was the Jets' Trevor Pryce taking out Detroit kicker Jason Hanson's knee.
The play was penalized, but the Jets gained a distinct competitive advantage from an illegal hit.
That's one where the penalty should be severe.