So far this offseason, we've seen a barrage of breaking news headlines that have left us all in shock.
Brandon Marshall is a Dolphin, Brett Favre needs surgery, and poor old Terrell Owens is still wandering the NFL streets in search for a new home as he asks just who will be his quarterback in 2010.
Personally, I hate change. When I grow accustomed to something I cling to it, and I guess that is why it has taken me so long to adjust to Brett Favre in a Vikings uniform, instead of heaving heavy passes down the sidelines to Greg Jennings.
However, like my elders have always said, "everything changes in life" and I guess that saying can be applied to the NFL as well. Right now, the NFL is full of potential busts. Not just rookies, but experienced players that are on the brink of a "make it or break it" type season.
So as long as we are discussing it, here's a look at a few second stringers that could be stepping in this regular season to replace these shaky and unpredictable players, and just how they may help out their respective teams.