The “NFL Total Access” crew weighed in on the biggest question of the day Monday: Did the Redskins make the right move by signing Donovan McNabb to a five-year extension?
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Jim Mora’s plan for fixing the Dallas Cowboys would start with cutting CB Michael Jenkins, who he believes committed “high treason” by giving up on a touchdown reception by the Packers.
It’s always been my mentality that you have to play a young quarterback to know what you have in him. The time for the Browns to play rookie Colt McCoy is now. If they don’t play him, they won’t know.
NFL Network analysts Brian Billick and Jim Mora discuss the decision by Vikings coach Brad Childress to tell his team that Randy Moss would be waived.
The Seahawks have established a solid identity in the last several weeks through a solid running game and an aggressive defense, and I like them in Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
During a week in which the “Playbook” analysts are mostly on the same page, Sterling Sharpe went out on his own to make a couple of gutsy picks.
There is dissension among the Playbook ranks this week. Sterling Sharpe, Brian Billick and Brian Baldinger all feel differently about the three biggest games.
I give the Seahawks a great deal of credit for realizing they could get Marshawn Lynch for a pretty good price, and knowing just what a huge difference he would make on their team.
After taking in Sunday’s game in Chicago, I think i’s time for the Bears to rethink their strategy about what gives them the best chance to win.
In my mind, it’s the perfect combination for the Eagles to start Kevin Kolb and have Michael Vick come off the bench.
Will the Patriots miss Randy Moss? That question won’t be answered for a few weeks, but our three Playbook analysts expect New England to get off to a rocky start without their former No. 1 receiver.
The 49ers have fired OC Jimmy Raye. So what’s next?
It is rare all three Playbook analysts agree on seemingly toss-up games, but consider this week an exception. Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann and Brian Billick all like the Dolphins to move to 3-0 by beating the visiting Jets.
Are the Texans finally ready to overtake the Colts in the AFC South this season? Time will tell, but two of our three Playbook analysts (Sterling Sharpe and Joe Theismann) expect them to get off on the right foot by knocking off Indianapolis in Week 1. Brian Billick is sticking with the Colts.
For my money, the Rams have to start Sam Bradford. If they thought enough about him to give him $50 million up front and put the future of the organization in his hands as the first pick, how do you not play him?