1. Will new Broncos coach Vic Fangio turn things around in Denver?
Letasky: Yes. Defense wins championships and this Denver defense is still pretty good. With some stability/composure on offense, Denver is back in the playoffs.
Scherting: Can he find a good quarterback?
Kusek: Defense was never the problem for Denver. They needed a head coach who can improve the Broncos quarterback situation and offense overall.
Flores: He obviously needs a quarterback, but his defenses in San Francisco and Chicago were/are among the NFL's best, which bodes well for Denver.
Doak: I doubt he'll do it in his first season, unless he can find both a good quarterback and a sturdy offensive line.
2. Should the Eagles go with Nick Foles or Carson Wentz as their QB of the future?
Letasky: It's a win-now league. Go with Foles. Wentz could be traded in order to gain other valuable players.
Scherting: Even though it's still just potential, you have to roll the dice on Wentz. Hot or not, you know who Foles is.
Kusek: Nick Foles has the confidence of his teammates and he's delivered. The Eagles need to stay with Foles for now and the future.
Flores: I can't believe I have to write this, but it's usually smarter to go with a younger, more talented, more productive QB (Wentz) than an older one who has been mediocre for years (Foles wasn't even that good last week).
Doak: It's a tough call. Wentz seems to be more consistent, but also more prone to injuries.
3. Given Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence's talent, should freshmen be eligible for the NFL draft?
Letasky: There have been more talented quarterbacks than Lawrence who have turned out to be busts, journeymen or mediocre at best. I wouldn't rewrite the rules based on Lawrence's past few games.
Scherting: I fear most would get broken in half, on the field and off. But, if they want to give the NFL a try ...
Kusek: Who's to say Lawrence would be successful at the next level? College freshmen are not physically mature enough for the NFL. The landscape would be littered with failures.
Flores: Absolutely. If NFL teams think freshmen like Lawrence are good enough, let them play and earn some money.
Doak: No. What happens if they get to the NFL and are a complete bust? The disruption to their education could have long-standing effects on their future.
4. Is James Harden the best player in the NBA?
Letasky: He's probably in the top 5, and a case could probably be made for No. 1 — but I wouldn't be the one making it.
Scherting: The Greek Freak! That's easier to type than Giannis Antetokounmpo (in fact, I cut-and-paste his name right there). And forget about me trying to pronounce the Bucks' star's name.
Kusek: No, he just gets the benefit of all, or lack of, the calls.
Flores: Harden's great and gets criticized more than he deserves, in my opinion. But LeBron James still plays in the NBA.
Doak: No. 1 in points per game, No. 3 in assists and No. 5 in steals as of my writing this. It's hard to argue with the numbers!
5. Thousands have petitioned for the Dakotas to merge into one "MegaKota." You on board?
Letasky: First I've heard about it, and no I'm not on board. This sounds kind of foolish to me.
Scherting: I spent an entire Eastern Montana youth compiling a repertoire of North Dakota jokes. What happens to those?
Kusek: All my friends in North Dakota and South Dakota deserve some recognition. Let's make I-94 the longest drag strip in America. That would be the tourists.
Flores: Definitely. While we're at it, combine North and South Carolina, split California in two and make Puerto Rico a state.
Doak: Only if the flag features the heads on Mount Rushmore feasting on a meal of hotdish and chislic.