The chatter around the future of Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio has only picked up this week after back to back 25-point losses.
Archive for September, 2010
Even if Ray Rice is able to play this weekend, he’s a definite risk in fantasy leagues.
Jahvid Best missed practice on Thursday, so fantasy owners need to prepare for a worst-case scenario.
Eagles QB Michael Vick has easily been the biggest fantasy storyline during the first three weeks of the 2010 fantasy season. Either Vick has saved you from a horrific draft which netted you Brett Favre, Matthew Stafford and Eric Hipple.
Jay Glazer was in the “Around the League” chair on “NFL Total Access” on Wednesday, taking a look at how the Jets’ offseason acquisitions are paying off and at the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive struggles.
Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin joined “Around The League” host Paul Burmeister on Wednesday to chat about the rivalry with the Steelers, the AFC North and facing Troy Polamalu.
As long as the wins keep coming, Terrell Owens says he has no reason to gripe.
Drew Brees has a sore left knee that required a brace during practice on Wednesday, but Saints coach Sean Payton says the development is no “situation” to speak of.
Ravens RB Ray Rice did not practice this on Wednesday, which raise the concern level of fantasy enthusiasts everywhere. Rice has an extensive bruise on his knee, but did walk around the locker room without a limp.
Four of the NFL’s better rivalries take place this weekend, and Playbook analysts Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann and Brian Baldinger are largely in agreement with their predictions.
Can the 49ers offense thrive under new offensive coordinator Michael Johnson? Our 49ers Blog Blitzer Eric Melendez might have summed it up best when he observed that the offense has no choice but to get better.
In Philadelphia and Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Michael Vick and Donovan McNabb seperately talked about what type of reaction the former Eagles quarterback will receive at Lincoln Financial Field.
Every year we have been waiting for the return of Carson Palmer. Which has been running a similar course as to waiting for this Michael Imperioli cop show to really hit with the networks. Because Palmer — much like Imperioli — is somebody that you cannot help rooting for. And besides, I watched him back in the day.
Playbook analyst Mike Mayock has watched the tape, and expects Michael Vick to continue his high level of play.
Jack Del Rio says what the Jaguars really need is a spark. Any type of spark. He believes the rest will follow.