Three weeks into the 2009 NFL season, certain teams and players have begun to separate themselves fromáeach another. Needless to say, the 2009 season has not gone as many of the so-called "experts" had predicted.
After the Pittsburgh Steelers' victory in Super Bowl XLIII the popular opinion was that Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger had secured the top two spots at their position, with the league MVP Peyton Manning descending to the third spot or lower.
Never mind the fact that Roethlisberger was coming off a relatively poor season (despite the success of his team as a whole and a solid Super Bowl finish) and that Brady hadn't played a full game in over a year and a half, it was those two who many had anointed to be the league's finest.
How quickly things change. ...
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