Archive for October, 2010
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers, Brett Favre, Trent Green, Terrell Owens, Brad Childress, Rod Woodson, Fran Charles, NFL Total Access, Jay Glazer
How long will Vikings coach Brad Childress stick with Brett Favre if he proves to be ineffective against the Patriots?
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Brian Billick Tags: Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders, Matt Hasselbeck, Marshawn Lynch, Week 8, Playbook, Brian Billick, Mike Williams
The Seahawks have established a solid identity in the last several weeks through a solid running game and an aggressive defense, and I like them in Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: New Orleans Saints, pierre thomas, Reggie Bush, Ladell Betts, Michael Fabiano, Chris Ivory
Saints RB Pierre Thomas doesn’t appear to be any closer to a return. Chris Ivory and Ladell Betts will continue to share the workload, but neither should be a fantasy option against the Steelers.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: St. Louis Rams, Steven Jackson, Kenneth Darby, Michael Fabiano
Steven Jackson missed Thursday’s practice, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be active in Week 8.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Indianapolis Colts, Joseph Addai, Mike Hart, Michael Fabiano, Donald Brown
With multiple backfield injuries, Colts RB Mike Hart could have some sleeper value in Week 8.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Carolina Panthers, Jonathan Stewart, DeAngelo Williams, Michael Fabiano
If DeAngelo Williams is out of action, Jonathan Stewart would be an attractive fantasy option in Week 8.
Posted: Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Laurence Maroney, Correll Buckhalter, Michael Fabiano, Knowshon Moreno
Fantasy owners need to keep tabs on the status of Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno for Week 8.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Roddy White, Paul Burmeister
Falcons WR Roddy White joined host Paul Burmeister on Wednesday to discuss his season and where he ranks among the game’s top receivers.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Kurt Warner, Minnesota Vikings, Brett Favre, Tarvaris Jackson, Trent Green, Rich Eisen, NFL Total Access
Does a scenario exist where the Minnesota Vikings are better off without Brett Favre, and he could lose his starting job?
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Kurt Warner, New York Jets, Mark Sanchez, NFL Total Access
NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner says Jets QB Mark Sanchez is showing all the signs of improvement in his second season.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Bill Parcells, Brian Baldinger, Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy, Eric Wright, Joshua Cribbs, Peyton Hillis, Reggie Hodges
The Browns used three gadget plays in their win over the Saints, and they all worked to perfection.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: San Francisco 49ers, Troy Smith, Alex Smith, Mike Singletary, Brian Baldinger, David Carr
The 49ers will start Troy Smith in place of the injured Alex Smith, a decision Brian Baldinger believes is the right one.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | Craig Ellenport Tags: NFL Draft, Gil Brandt, Auburn, Tim Tebow, Cam Newton
NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt views Auburn QB Cam Newton as a better pro prospect than rookie Tim Tebow, a first-round pick by the Broncos.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Sterling Sharpe, Playbook, Brian Billick, Joe Theismann, Playbook picks
During a week in which the “Playbook” analysts are mostly on the same page, Sterling Sharpe went out on his own to make a couple of gutsy picks.
Posted: Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Philadelphia Eagles, Andy Reid, Michael Vick
Michael Vick hasn’t played since he suffered cracked rib cartiledge on Oct. 3. While he isn’t sure that he can take hits yet, Vick also says he’s confident he can go out and play without hurting.