Archive for January, 2013

The Unexpected (and expected) for the divisional round: Kaepernicking is the new Tebowing

The elite eight in the NFL have now been whittled down to four. But before we can look ahead to championship weekend, we need to look at what was unexpected (and expected) from the divisional playoffs.

NFL fantasy football: Rob Gronkowski done for season

In today’s Three and Out: Rob Gronkowski is done for the playoffs, Reggie Bush might be done in Miami and Rob Housler might just be getting started in Arizona.

The Rewind: Divisional Round content

12 teams entered, eight teams remain. So it’s not quite the Thunderdome, but the competition will be fierce. To highlight the series of great matchups this weekend, take a look at the content we whipped up for your reading pleasure.

NFL fantasy: Rob Chudzinski offers hope to Browns offense

With Rob Chudzinski now in Cleveland as the head coach, the Browns have a chance to find a little more punch on the offensive side of the football.

NFL fantasy football: Patriots ‘limited’ in practice

In today’s Three and Out: the Patriots have a full injury report…to be taken with a grain of salt; the Jaguars will have a QB competition and Willis McGahee is eyeing a return to the lineup.

NFL fantasy football: Mike Mularkey out in Jacksonville

In today’s Three and Out: Mike Mularkey is dismissed, James Starks wants back in and the Lions are on the hunt for a running back.

NFL fantasy football: Darren McFadden to get help?

In today’s Three and Out: could the Raiders tweak their offense to help Darren McFadden? The Packers are trying to get their WRs healthy and Jake Locker underwent shoulder surgery.

NFL Fantasy LIVE podcast (1/8/13)

Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson stops by the studio to talk about Calvin Johnson and the emergence of Dez Bryant. Also, it’s everybody’s favorite game show, “Matching Mike,” as we help you get set for fantasy dominance in 2013.

NFL fantasy football: Jets could look very different in 2013

The New York Jets have fired their defensive and offensive coordinators. Marcas Grant looks at what this could mean for the team’s fantasy fortunes heading into 2013.

NFL fantasy football: Titans to simplify offense for Jake Locker

In today’s Three and Out: the Titans are making things easier for Jake Locker and Pierre Garcon is trying to avoid surgery, while Dez Bryant is preparing for it.

NFL fantasy football: Robert Griffin III has uncertain future

After suffering a knee injury in the playoffs, Robert Griffin III faces an uncertain future. Marcas Grant wonders how long (or even if) the star quarterback will take to return to his regular season form.

NFL fantasy football: Doug Marrone brings offense to Buffalo

It is with a heavy heart that I wave goodbye to Doug Marrone. As head coach of Syracuse (my alma mater), I was so stoked that he finally had the program going in a great direction after winning a share of the Big East and becoming the definitive Pinstripe Bowl dynasty (hey, you take victories any way you can at SU). But, I digress. This is about the Bills. Don’t forget, he’s an offensive-minded coach who installed a high-octane offense with the Orange (helped by Nathaniel Hackett, Paul’s son. And oh by the way, how about a Hackett involved in a high-octane offense?! That’s like saying “jumbo shrimp” or ‘large mouse’). Coming from the Saints, he pretty much used their […]

The Unexpected (and expected) for Wild Card weekend

The the NFL playoffs are finally here. Wild Card weekend came and passed without too much hubbub, as three of the four games didn’t quite live up to the billing. Nevertheless, there were plenty of surprises as usual, so let’s get to the unexpected (and expected) for Wild Card weekend.

NFL fantasy football: Chris Clemons could have torn ACL

In today’s Three and Out: the Seahawks could lose their best pass rusher; Jordy Nelson’s playing time was limited and Fred Jackson’s trying to get back to 100 percent.

The Rewind: NFL Wild Card Weekend content

We hope everyone has had a chance to recover from New Years’ Eve, and settle into those resolutions, as the NFL playoffs are finally upon us. To help get you prepped for the Wild Card games this weekend, or pass the time until your team takes the field, check out the wealth of prime content we’ve put together for your enjoyment:

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