Posts Tagged ‘Andy Reid’
Posted: Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Head coaches, Alex Smith, Andy Reid, Arizona Cardinals, Blaine Gabbert, Brandon Marshall, Brandon Weeden, Bruce Arians, Buffalo Bills, C.J. Spiller, Carson Palmer, Cecil Shorts, Chicago Bears, Chip Kelly, Cleveland Browns, Danario Alexander, Doug Marrone, Dwayne Bowe, EJ Manuel, Fred Jackson, Gus Bradley, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jamaal Charles, Justin Blackmon, Kansas City Chiefs, Keenan Allen, Kevin Kolb, Larry Fitzgerald, LeSean McCoy, Marc Trestman, Matt Forte, Maurice Jones-Drew, Mike McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles, Philip Rivers, rashard mendenhall, Rob Chudzinski, San Diego Chargers, Trent Richardson, Vincent Brown
New coaches around the NFL mean new philosophies. It also means new impacts on some of fantasy football’s top producers. We examine what these changes could mean.
Posted: Monday, April 22nd, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Aaron Hernandez, Alex Smith, Andy Reid, Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions, Dwayne Bowe, Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, Nate Burleson, New England Patriots, Reggie Bush, Rob Gronkowski, Ryan Broyles
In today’s Three and Out: Dwyane Bowe likes what he sees in his new offense; Aaron Hernandez gets a rehab schedule while Nate Burleson is ahead of his.
Posted: Friday, January 4th, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid, head coaches, Jamaal Charles
With Andy Reid now in Kansas City, Marcas Grant looks at what it could mean for the fantasy value of Jamaal Charles and the rest of the Chiefs offense.
Posted: Thursday, December 20th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andy Reid, Bills, C.J. Spiller, Cam Newton, capra, Cleveland Browns, Eagles, George Bailey, Ice Cube, it's a wonderful life, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jake Locker, Jets, jimmy stewart, LeSean McCoy, Lions, Mark Sanchez, Marty Schottenheimer, Norv Turner, Oakland Raiders
Every year many of us gather around the TV to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a lovely Christmas tale where George Bailey is given a second chance on life after a visit from a guardian angel. And many of you are likely a little morose after your team has failed to reach the playoffs in 2012. Well, consider me your Clarence as I show you why there is reason for hope with your favorite team. And without further ado …
Posted: Monday, November 19th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: A.J. Green, Andy Reid, Byron Leftwich, Chad Henne, Jason Garrett, Nick Foles, Norv Turner, Paul Kruger, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Ryan Lindley
Not sure what Chad Henne is smirking about here, he knows he plays for the Jaguars, right? He instantly looks like every bad guy from a movie based in college. He could easily be the president of the Alpha Betas and quarterback at Adams College if they ever want to do a remake of “Revenge of the Nerds.”
Posted: Sunday, November 18th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Johnson, A.J. Green, Aaron Hernandez, Andy Reid, Ben Watson, DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, Fantasy Fraidy Cat, Jeremy Maclin, Justin Blackmon, Kurt Warner, Lance Moore, LeSean McCoy, Marcel Reece, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Griffin III, T.Y. Hilton, Tony Romo
There is a segment we run every Monday called #thathelpsnoone where we celebrate the curtain jerkers who rob precious fantasy points from the guys we actually started. And if we wanted to, we could have filled the entire hour on Monday with #thathelpsnoone and we’re not even talking about the San Diego Chargers.
Posted: Sunday, October 28th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Philip Rivers, Andy Reid, Calvin Johnson, Chris Johnson, Dez Bryant, Doug Martin, Dwayne Bowe, Jonathan Stewart, LeGarrette Blount, LeSean McCoy, Matthew Stafford, Michael Vick, Roddy White, Steven Jackson, Titus Young, Tony Romo, Trent Richardson
Start Philip Rivers and all of your Chargers with confidence this week. This is a Norv Turner game where this team rallies for a somewhat meaningless win in October. These were all my rally cries prior to the Chargers game in Cleveland.
So much for that.
Posted: Sunday, October 7th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Unexpected (and expected), A.J. Green, Andrew Luck, Andy Reid, Harrison Smith, Jay Cutler, Julio Jones, Kirk Cousins, Marvin Lewis, Mike Nugent, Mike Shanahan, Reggie Wayne, RG3, San Francisco 49ers
The NFC North is a two-team race, just as we all figured. What we didn’t figure was it would be the Chicago Bears (well, we kinda figured them) and the Minnesota Vikings (nobody saw it coming). The Bears and Vikings won in a pair of laughers, but the Packers?
Posted: Monday, October 1st, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Fantasy Post Mortem, Aaron Rodgers, Andy Reid, Bill Belichick, Brandon Bolden, C.J. Spiller, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Drew Brees, Fred Jackson, Graham Harrell, Jamaal Charles, LeSean McCoy, Matt Cassel, Mike Shanahan, Philip Rivers, Stevan Ridley, Tom Brady
This was the kind of week where why wouldn’t Chris Johnson have his best game of the season against the Houston Texans. And congratulations to the 65 percent of you who still started Johnson this week, kudos to you.
Posted: Saturday, September 15th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Eagles, Andy Reid, Michael Vick
The week of work and collection has come to an end, as we brace ourselves for Sunday. Wednesday, I was in Baltimore with the Ravens. Then, Thursday and Friday, I was in Philly with the Eagles. As for what I learned, you’ll see a lot of that on NFL Network’s First on the Field and GameDay Morning. But want a few quick thoughts? Let’s go… – It was a rough day for Eagles QB Michael Vick against the Browns, one that included four interceptions. The consensus seems to be that there were mistakes he made mentally, not physically. Trusting his eyes and knowing what he’s looking at will be important as he moves forward against the active Ravens front. But Vick, who […]
Posted: Monday, September 10th, 2012 | Kevin Patra Tags: NFL AM, Andy Reid, Cleveland Browns, Donovan McNabb, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles
Donovan McNabb says the Eagles’ game plan did Michael Vick no favors in Week 1.
Posted: Saturday, June 16th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Eagles, Andy Reid, Michael Vick, Tony Luke's
Let me say upfront that I embrace any opportunity to travel around and see another team and learn about them and write stuff and go on TV to talk about it. It’s the job, it’s fun, and it’s all good. But when I saw Philadelphia on my docket for this week, I smiled a little more than normal. Ah, the cheeseteak. My favorite road food in an epic grudge match with etouffee of New Orleans. So, another chance to have a cheesesteak? I’ll take it. Oh, I also saw the Eagles practice (and wrote this article and said this on TV). Want some highlights of my trip to Philly? – Let’s start with the important stuff. I’ve been to Pat’s, […]
Posted: Thursday, June 14th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: Eagles, Andy Reid, Michael Vick
The last time the Eagles headed into a training camp, the optimism was crazy. Yes, yes, you remember the Dream Team. Well, all of that is no more. Instead, what’s left is a team with really good players. But there is still optimism mixed in. I watched the Eagles go through their final workout of mini-camp, a high-tempo affair with Vick right in the center. And afterward, he told me what he thought. “We had a good camp, a good spring, and we feel good about it,” Vick told me. “Ready to let this momentum carry over into training camp. … We can relax now, enjoy the days off, and take the days as they come.” As I said, the […]
Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Three and out, Aaron Rodgers, Andy Reid, Arian Foster, Coby Fleener, John Cena, Michael Fabiano, Mike Shanahan, Ray Rice, Robert Griffin III, Stevie Johnson, Trent Richardson
Despite the comments of Eagles coach Andy Reid, LeSean McCoy remains a top-four pick in 2012 fantasy drafts.
Posted: Thursday, February 9th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Alex Smith, Andy Reid, Chicago Bears, Colin Kaepernick, Jay Cutler, Jim Harbaugh, Johnny Knox, Philadelphia Eagles, Plaxico Burress, San Francisco 49ers
Despite talk that the 49ers QB job was open, Jim Harbaugh indicated that Alex Smith had the complete support of the organization.