Savage hasn’t been the worst thing in the world during his brief NFL action.

He’s thrown one pick in 105 career throws, which is excellent. He’s accurate-ish, with a 60 percent completion rate. His 53 percent on Sunday was way worse than in any of his three appearances last year, though he only played a lot in two of those. He deserves to be in the NFL, and it’s not an outright embarrassment to have to start him sometimes.

But if Savage has any real upside beyond an ability not to outwardly lose you a game, he hasn’t shown it in his first couple of seasons. He was a fourth-round pick for a reason. His Cheap Infant NFL Jerseys getting sacked six times on 20-ish drop-backs Sunday is a lousy look for the entire Houston offense, but it accentuates that it’s not good to have a QB who’s a total scarecrow. Look at how statuesque Savage looks when he’s getting pasted:

That would enable Fox to beat its chest to advertisers about boasting the two most-watched Sunday NFL pregame shows from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET kickoff. The long-running “Fox NFL Sunday,” with Terry Bradshaw, Curt Menefee, Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Strahan and Jay Glazer, has reigned as the No. 1 NFL pregame show in the noon to 1 p.m. ET time slot for 23 straight years.

Sporting News reported Ponder had emerged as a surprise candidate Cheap International Soccer Jerseys to succeed Berman in early March. She was formally announced as the new ‘Countdown” anchor a few weeks later.

Thompson’s “Fox NFL Kickoff” beefed up its cast this season, adding Tony Gonzalez and Michael Vick to the returning Colin Cowherd and Dave Wannstedt. On Tuesday, I saw multiple promotional spots for “Fox NFL Kickoff” on FS1 shows such as “Speak for Yourself” (5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET). So Fox is selling Thompson’s Sunday show hard entering the 2017 season.

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