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This is a new feature where I'll list Disaster Ratings (one being the least problematic, to 10 being code red) for NFL teams involving offseason retirements and injuries.
With some of the recent players going down or calling it quits, I thought it would be nice to have a new section where I can discuss and rate everything. After 15 years of playing in the NFL, Carson Palmer has announced his retirement.
However, he was still very good, and his team played hard for him each week. This Disaster Grade really depends on whom the Cardinals find to replace Arians.
If it's someone terrible like Jeff Fisher, this Disaster Grade will skyrocket to 9/10.
Palmer had struggled in 2016 and half of 2017 before getting knocked out with a season-ending injury.
The Cardinals had to move on from Palmer anyway, so this could be a blessing in disguise. Well, with Bruce Arians and Palmer retiring, that could coax Larry Fitzgerald to do the same.
I'm decreasing this Disaster Grade from 4/10 to 1/10.
Having Davis around for the Atlanta game is crucial, and the Panthers can beat the Buccaneers without him. Follow me @walterfootball for more hiring/signing grades and updates.
If there's a silver lining, it's that the Steelers haven't stated that Brown won't be available in the playoffs.Plus, even if he returns, he may not be 100 percent.That'll impact Pittsburgh's ability to beat the other Super Bowl contenders in the AFC. Follow me @walterfootball for more hiring/signing grades and updates.That's the reason this Disaster Grade is 7/10, and not higher.The Steelers won't need Brown for the final two regular-season games, as they get to battle the Texans and Browns.
Antonio Brown's injury didn't look serious when it happened, but the thinking on that quickly changed when he had to be helped off the field and then taken to the hospital.