I will decline to post in the other stupid threads here about trades, new starting QBs, etc...
The two biggest positives (at least for me) from today were Holmes showing that he is indeed the best player in the league, and Vaughn showing that there's a very good reason he's had 11 straight 1000 yard seasons. Two of the smartest moves made by any GM in the league. :thup:
Maas showed he's capable of running a controlled offense. He needs more time to get used to receivers that are still "new" to him, but I have little doubt he will. He will be his own worst critic when the game film gets studied - we all know that.
Another positive is Williams... the man can run. I still don't agree with him being able to play under suspension, but seeing as that is old news I will just enjoy watching him break a few. Call me a turncoat if you want, but any true football fan can appreciate a great play no matter who executes it.