Raiders fans are known for their overreactions. Don’t believe me? Greyhound had to shutdown its servers last night because Raiders fans flooded the system booking travel to Dallas for the Super Bowl following Sunday’s beat down of the Broncos, which proved — beyond a shadow of a doubt — that greatness is in the future for the Silver & Black.
Posts Tagged ‘Ahmad Bradshaw’
Posted: Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Antrel Rolle, Brian Urlacher, Chad Ochocinco, Channing Crowder, Chris Harris, Darnell Dockett, Joshua Cribbs, Kawika Mitchell, Nick Barnett, Terrell Owens, Tom Brady
It’s no surprise that word from players around the league has started to filter out over the last 24 hours following the NFL’s crackdown on illegal helmet-to-helmet hits.
Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw said during a visit to the NFL Network studios on Tuesday that he didn’t think the league was over-reacting to the recent string of concussions, but the speed of the game dictates big hits are part of the game.
Giants RB Brandon Jacobs looked destined for the fantasy wood pile after disappearing in Week 2 and Week 3, but the bruising back has become a fantasy vulture after scoring his second touchdown of the game.
Finally, some good news. NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora is reporting that Texans WR Andre Johnson and Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw are expected to play on Sunday according to sources. Which is good because many are predicting a shootout in this one.
Remember that heady play last season when Maurice Jones-Drew cost fantasy enthusiasts a touchdown by falling on the 1-yard line, giving his team a win, but costing us valuable points? Remember that?
It’s time to rid yourself of the fantasy bust that is Brandon Jacobs.
Giants RB Brandon Jacobs reportedly wants to be traded. The Giants should totally consider that.
There are a few things that signal the beginning of a new NFL season. Brett Favre throwing his first interception. Randy Moss lashing out at somebody. And Bob Sanders being injured.
After watching about a half hour’s worth of the final week of preseason, some truths have surfaced in such a short time.
Posted: Saturday, August 28th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Arian Foster, Bernard Berrian, Brian Westbrook, C.J. Spiller, Carson Palmer, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Daunte Culpepper, Dave Dameshek, Derek Anderson, frank gore, Greg Camarillo, Jason Campbell, Jeff Garcia, Jeff George, Matt Forte, Matt Leinart, Matt Moore, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Crabtree, Mike Williams, Montario Hardesty, Zach Miller
The Cardinals will give QB Derek Anderson a chance to prove that he should be the team’s signal caller as they travel to Chicago to take on the Bears.
There is a guy in my Corona Football Fantasy League — lets call him Jimmy, because that is his name — who is my absolute foil. I like a player, Jimmy always ends up taking him one round before I get a chance.
One my top sleepers, breakout guy, or dude who is going to be better than you think is Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw. Maybe it is the years of disappointment that I had with Brandon Jacobs, or my belief that Eli Manning cannot toss for 4,000 yards again, but Bradshaw is the goods.
Posted: Monday, August 16th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Ahmad Bradshaw, Brandon Jacobs, Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks, LaDainian Tomlinson, Mario Manningham, Mark Sanchez, Michael Fabiano, Mike Williams, New York Giants, New York Jets, Rex Ryan, Ryan Mathews, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene, Steve Smith
Find out what I’ll be watching on Monday night when the NFL concludes the first week of the preseason in the Big Apple.
Posted: Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Aaron Ross, Ahmad Bradshaw, Antrel Rolle, Brandon Jacobs, Brian Baldinger, Corey Webster, Deon Grant, Eli Manning, Jeff Feagles, Jonathan Goff, Keith Bulluck, Kenny Phillips, Mario Manningham, Matt Dodge, New York Giants, Pat Flaherty, Perry Fewelll, Ramses Barden, Steve Smith, Terrell Thomas, Tom Coughlin
A year ago at this time, the only thing you heard about the New York Giants was that they had no wide receivers. Now it’s the least of the worries for the Giants.