OK, this is getting a little ridiculous. We're not sure how much higher Taylor's stock can get after the freshman running back had his third 200-yard rushing game of the season. Oh, he did catch his first pass of the year, clearly a #HeismanPush.
Joe Callahan, Packers quarterback (↑ UP)
Callahan created a bit of a sensation a couple years ago in training camp. Now he's on the active roster as the backup quarterback -- a position which is always a fan favorite. How long until the calls are for Callahan to start?
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Expectations of the Packers (↓ DOWN)
When Aaron Rodgers went down with an injury to some it was like Green Bay was the Titanic and it just hit the iceberg. Season over. Move onto 2018. No one is saying Hundley is Rodgers, of course, but since he's never really had a shot to play -- or work extensively with the first team in practice -- maybe all the gloom-and-doom talk should calm down. At least give Hundley a few weeks to see what he can do (having the bye in two weeks should help). After all, the Packers are 4-2 right now and it's not like anyone is running away with the division.
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(Some) Badgers fans (↓ DOWN)
Four-star basketball recruit and homestate star Tyler Herro decided Tuesday night he wasn't going to attend Wisconsin after all. This did not go over well with some of the fan base, who replied to Herro's Twitter post with insults or the "we didn't want you anyway" mantra of a scorned suitor. Even former Badgers center Frank Kaminsky tweeted "#soft" before deleting his post. It never ceases to amaze how people can get on the case of an 18-year-old kid.
Tony Snell, Bucks forward (↑ UP)
Snell finished up the preseason fine-tuning his stroke, nailing 4 of 7 3-pointers in a win over Detroit as he tallied 16 points in 28 minutes. Snell, who re-upped with Milwaukee this past offseason after making 40.6 percent of his 3 attempts, was 7-for-16 from downtown in the preseason.