By: Robert Karpeles As the last few weeks of the NFL season come to an end, it’s important to keep in mind that the most exciting football hasn’t even been played yet. Yes, the best is still to come and with good games come even better storylines. You know, the one’s about the Jets sneaking in at the last second, quarterback controversies in San Francisco and the health of the quarterback in our nations’ capital. We live for football. But we also live for the great stories that stay with us after the games have been played. Here our nine things we hope for nine teams with playoff potential: Jets – Make the playoffs. Please, these guys just have to […]
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Posted: Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 | Amar Shah Tags: A Few Good Men, Adrian Peterson, Brady Quinn, Cam Newton, Jack Nicholson, Kirk Cousins, LaDainian Tomlinson, Pro Bowl, RG3, SNL, Super Man, Will Ferrell
Week 14 was super, but Week 15 is going to be superbad. Some great games that are possible playoff previews. Check out some of our treasure trove of content over the past week. Sunday: Meet Kirk Cousins: Redskins Quarterback and Cinephile - He rescued the Redskins on Sunday. Meet’s the NFL’s aspiring Roger Ebert. Monday: Madden Curse Watch – Megatron.3.5 inches of snow. Will Ferrell. Need we say more? LaDainian Tomlinson Top 21 Moments – LT was one of the best running backs ever. Check out our cool interactive page and see his 21 best runs. Week 14: Curse, Coincidence or Superstition – Revenge is a dish best served Cam Newton style. Expected, Unexpected – It’s Week 14. Napoleon Dynamite, the Jets […]
Posted: Sunday, December 9th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Robert Griffin III, A.J. Green, Adrian Peterson, Andrew Luck, Anquan Boldin, Brandon Gibson, Bryce Brown, Cam Newton, Clay Harbor, Dallas Clark, David Wilson, Drew Brees, Eric Young, Jamaal Charles, Kyle Rudolph, Matt Ryan, Montell Owens, Nick Foles, RG3, Russell Wilson, Steven Hauschka, Tennessee Titans, Tony Romo
For the majority of the season, I have admonished fantasy enthusiasts for having too many good quarterbacks. Trade one! I often decried. They can’t score fantasy points for you from the bench.
The expression I search for right now is “hoist on my own petard.”
The Rewind: Mark Sanchez’s clipboard, royal baby names and 5 ways to enjoy the NFL playoffs (if your team stinks)
Posted: Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Andrew Luck, Calvin Johnson, connor barth, Jets, Joe Montana, Joe Namath, Kate Middleton, Madden Curse, Mark Sanchez, New England Patriots, Prince William, RG3, Russell Wilson, University of Alabama, University of Notre Dame
We hope your week 13 was better than the one Mark Sanchez had. We’ve got some fun reads for you and want to make sure you check them out. So here’s our clipboard of content: Sunday: Exclusive: Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez’s clipboard – Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was lifted during Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Sanchez was caught furiously scribbling on his clipboard. What could he have possibly been writing? We got a sneak peek with our spy camera. Monday: Madden Curse Watch – Calvin Johnson erupts against the Colts, but Andrew Luck leads a fourth quarter charge. Madden Curse watch has all the drama captured on camera and on video. NFL Royalty – Photo gallery – In honor […]
Posted: Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 49ers, Adrian Peterson, Andrew Luck, Barry Sanders, Charlie Batch, Charlie Sheen, Greg McElroy, Legatron, Mark Sanchez, Mickey Rourke, NFL, Rams, Robert Downey Jr., Russell Wilson, Tie
It’s week 13 and the playoff picture is becoming clearer, as the Falcons, Patriots, Texans, and Broncos all clinched a playoff appearance. What isn’t becoming clearer is the quarterback situation in New York. Or how in the world Adrian Peterson healed from his ACL surgery so quickly and continues to ravage opposing defenses. I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s get to the Unexpected (and expected) from week 13.
Can Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson be trusted in light of his injury revelation?
Posted: Sunday, November 4th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andrew Luck, Aaron Hernandez, Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Andy Luck, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Cam Newton, Carson Palmer, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, Doug Martin, Eli Manning, Greg Schiano, Hakeem Nicks, Jimmy Graham, Julio Jones, LeGarrette Blount, Peyton Manning, Robert Griffin III, Roddy White, Titus Young, Tom Crabtree
Our Adam Rank takes a look back at the fantasy weekend that was.
Posted: Thursday, October 25th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Minnesota Vikings, NFL Network Thursday Night Football, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Adrian Peterson, Christian Ponder, Dexter McCluster, LaVonte David, Mark Barron, Mason Foster, Minnesota Vikings, NFL Network Thursday Night Football, NFL Playbook show, Percy Harvin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After being shredded for 377 yards and 4 TDs through the air, the Bucs’ defense is eager to rebound against Adrian Peterson and a run heavy Vikings offense.
Christian Ponder’s improvement in his second season has been huge, but it’s all about Adrian Peterson leading to the Vikings 5-2 start.
The Double Coverage guys debate whether Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP through seven weeks.
When it comes to fashion, our NFL stars might not go all out like their NBA counterparts. If the September issue of GQ is any indication, however, we are going to see more style off the field this season. Here’s the best fashion from Week 1:
Could Tim Tebow become the first fantasy football running back eligible at the quarterback position?
Will the Wildcat offense increase Tim Tebow’s fantasy football value?
Preseason games start on Thursday night and allow me to speak for everybody when I say we are ready for some football. But let’s be honest, some of us are a little rusty. Or maybe we’re just new to the sport all together, which means the vernacular can be a little intimidating.
Have no fear, he’s a look at some preseason glossary terms that will make it much easier to watch the game.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson might be placed on the PUP list, but fantasy football owners shouldn’t be too concerned.