This is your Barker's Chris Mueller.
And here are three things to watch in Week two of the NFL season.
Matt Patricia isn't in imminent danger with the Lions just yet, but if Detroit gets routed by the Packers, he might find his seat getting very hot very quickly.
Patricia's team, of course, blew a 17 point fourth quarter lead against Chicago in Week one and, despite their poor play, still managed to squander a golden opportunity to win the game when DeAndre Swift dropped a sure touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford in the waning seconds of the game.
Patricia doesn't have the excuse that Stafford's injured to explain away a slow start.
So if the Lions don't start winning games quickly, he might find that ownerships patience is running thin.
It does bear mentioning, of course, that the Lions fired Jim Caldwell after a nine and seven season in 2017 and Patricia is now 9 23 and one in his 1st 33 games.
Is Detroit's head coach.
No one's panicking yet in Tampa Bay, Nor should they.
But Tom Brady needs to show more.
In his second start with the Bucks, head coach Bruce Arians did not mince words, criticizing Brady's play against the Saints, repeatedly particularly ripping him for his mistakes, including a pivotal pick six.
It was strange to hear Brady criticized so publicly and so harshly after two decades of palace intrigue and simmering tension that mostly played out behind the scenes between he and Bill Belichick in New England.
So it'll be very interesting to see how one of the league's greatest all time players and greatest competitors responds to his head coach calling him out.
Finally, the Eagles are already Oh, in one after blowing a 17 point lead against lowly Washington.
Of particular note was Phillies inability to protect Carson Wentz, who has dropped eight times and hit countless others.
If rookie Chase Young and Washington's defensive front could do that, what kind of havoc is Aaron Donald going to wreak? The Eagles were fortunate that Dallas lost in Week one, but no one to start.
No matter what Dallas is doing, would be a disaster, particularly for a team with such high expectations.
It's too early to call it a must win, but it's not far off against the Rams in Week two for Philadelphia.
There you have it.
Three things to watch in Week two of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller