Welcome to episode number eight of the Dave Dameshek Football Program. The fellas discuss who the greatest number eight in NFL history, and conclude that it is Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman
Archive for June, 2011
In nine NFL seasons, Ed Reed has amassed 54 interceptions in 128 career games, trailing only Darren Sharper all time among safeties.
Posted: Thursday, June 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Dan Dierdorf, Dhani Jones, Ed Reed, Ken Anderson, Kevin James, Maurice Jones-Drew, Rich Eisen, Roddy White, Roy Green, Terrelle Pryor, Troy Polamalu
When it comes to the greatest players in St. Louis Cardinals history, the list isn’t terribly long. So it came as somewhat of a surprise to us that two of the best players ever to don a St. Louis Cardinals uniform celebrate birthdays one day apart.
With NFL.com’s Player 2K debate shifting towards running backs Wednesday, which player of the 2000s gave his team the most miles per gallon? One way to rank the running backs is to look at yards from scrimmage per game.
If there was any chance that Tarvaris Jackson might return to the Minnesota Vikings after the lockout is over, forget it. Jackson, who is working out in Minnesota with a group of players that includes Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald, spoke yesterday and his words probably will make the split official.
NFL.com senior analyst Pat Kirwan agrees that the Buffalo Bills make sense as a suitor for Vince Young, but he he sees a better fit for the QB playing behind Michael Vick in Philadelphia.
The “debate” over the best pass rusher really begins and ends with one guy: DeMarcus Ware.
Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall is working out strong, which is good news for QB Chad Henne.
Matthew Stafford is the siren temptress of fantasy football and is right at the top of the list of injured players who have the most to prove in 2011.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers‘ ranking on “The Top 100 Players of 2011” certainly has ruffled a few feathers, with many believing his spot at No. 11 isn’t high enough — as in, he should be top-10 material.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers not in the Top 100? Why don’t they let the fantasy football enthusiasts decide this thing?
DeMarcus Ware was in-studio on Sunday night to discuss his No. 12 ranking on the “The Top 100 Players of 2011” list.
Cracking the top 10 of NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011” list isn’t easy. Just ask Super Bowl XLV MVP Aaron Rodgers.
Posted: Sunday, June 26th, 2011 | davedameshek Tags: Dave Dameshek Football Program,
What could possible cause our esteemed host to nearly walk out on the job? Don’t play coy, you know exactly what it was. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers — the Super Bowl MVP — is ranked No. 11 in the Top 100.