Let’s not get carried away here,” Washington coach Mike Shanahan warned us all. “It’s only one game.”
No, let’s do get carried away! A kid like this comes along every other pyramid.
He’s bright, charming, humble, fast, likable and, like any good superhero, afraid of nothing. He threw a chop block on Saints safety Roman Harper on Sunday and then hopped up in Harper’s face, ready to stand his ground, when Harper took offense.
He’s younger than pants many of you are wearing — the first QB born in the 1990s to start an NFL game — and yet he leads the NFL in passing.