While Michael Vick is the hottest quarterback in the NFC East right now, is he also the best?
Archive for September, 2010
Three weeks into the season, it could be argued a number of NFL coaches might find themselves on the hot seat — loosely defined as a barometer for being in danger of losing their jobs. Charles Davis and Michael Lombardi were tasked with “buying” or “selling” a list of five head coaches: Mike Singletary, Tom Coughlin, Jack Del Rio, John Fox and Tom Cable. Both used a mulligan on Fox, who is widely thought to be coaching his last season in Carolina. The results were also unanimous on selling on the futures of Del Rio in Jacksonville and Cable in Oakland. Agree? Disagree? Watch the video and leave your take below.
Winning “ugly” might not be enough for the Cincinnati Bengals. Marvin Lewis has found himself having to defend Carson Palmer this week over the team’s offensive struggles.
All the signs in Detroit are pointing toward RB Kevin Smith being back in uniform for the Lions on Sunday.
One player who can expect a larger role for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when the team returns from its bye week is RB LeGarrette Blount.
Chargers RB Ryan Mathews said today that he was able to get after it and is feeling like his normal self, again.
After three weeks of the season, Total Access assess which NFL coaches could be in real danger of not holding onto their jobs.
Look, if you’re down by 15 points going into the Monday night game, you’re opponent is done for the week and you’ve got the combination of Matt Forte and Greg Jennings, well, let’s just say I was optimistic.
The underperforming running game of the Redskins is surrounded by more questions than answers.
With another win, the Steelers stay atop my weekly power rankings.
A quick programming note to pass along: The four Week 3 replay games on NFL Network have been set.
Posted: Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: Aaron Hernandez, Bill Belichick, Dan Gronkowski, Danny Woodhead, Julian Edelman, Kevin Faulk, New England Patriots, Solomon Wilcots, Tom Brady
Just when teams think they’ve stopped Tom Brady by taking away Randy Moss and Wes Welker, the Patriots find new ways — and new weapons — to arm themselves for another title run.
The Kurt Warner-less Cardinals had to rely on a missed Sebastian Janikowski field goal to eek out a 24-23 win Sunday over the Oakland Raiders. On Monday night, Warner scored three points less than his former team. But that was enough to make his second week of “Dancing with the Stars” a success.
Has the play of Michael Vick made the Philadelphia Eagles the favorites in the NFC East, or just the front-runners?
Marshall Faulk, Charles Davis and Warren Sapp discuss whether they’re on the Mark Sanchez bandwagon after back to back impressive performances.