Tony Dungy says Packers only need to worry if O-line is hurt; Colts should keep Caldwell
NBC’s Tony Dungy joined the show to talk about a wild Week 15 in the NFL
Dungy weighed in on the Chiefs beating the Packers on Sunday. He called it a “perfect storm.” He said the Chiefs were up because they had a new coach and they have a great pass-rusher in Tamba Hali.
Dungy said the loss isn’t the issue for Green Bay. It’s injuries up front. Dungy said they have to protect Rodgers.
Still, Dungy said that line could get healthy and the Pack would be OK. “I don’t think we should overreact to one loss by the Packers,” Dungy said.
Dungy said that the Patriots defense looked shaky at the start against the Broncos. “Denver just made the mistakes other people are making against them,” Dungy said. He said they go too far behind to have Tebow time.
Dungy said that the Colts’ win was huge for Jim Caldwell. He said he didn’t think his job was in jeopardy. But Dungy said that Peyton Manning throwing in pads was the biggest news of the weekend for Caldwell. “If Peyton Manning is coming back, then they’re not getting a new coach,” Dungy said. “I don’t see them making a change.”
Dungy thinks the best scenario for the Colts would be to trade down to take another quarterback other than Andrew Luck.