With the 2010 season of professional football underway, the saying "expect the unexpected" has been in full effect thus far.
Looking past the Brett Favre drama, off-season of holdouts, and typical Terrell Owens, the NFL season has been quite thrilling to say the least.
It seems as if the edge of our seats will be worn out following the fall and winter, given all the un-givens of this year.
The mere sight of seeing the San Francisco 49ers slapped with an 0-3 record, the Seattle Seahawks putting up nearly 25 points per game, and Jerry Jones' expensive Dallas Cowboys begin 1-2 is enough to prepare for an exciting season.
Not only have unheralded records been earned, but quarterback changes have been abundant.
Vince Young, a former third overall draftee, has been rotated in a particular game in which head coach Jeff Fisher stated his obvious mistrust in Young's passing abilities.
Former Washington Redskin, Jason Campbell, has been benched after being traded for and pumped as a savior for Oakland.
And of course, the old man himself has ineffectively lead the Sidney Rice-less Minnesota Vikings to a 1-2 record.
However, a few more surprises may take place in these teams' fourth games of 2010.