Posts Tagged ‘Bruce Arians’

NFL coaching changes impact fantasy futures

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.

NFL fantasy football: Redskins won’t rush RG3

In today’s Three and Out: The Redskins won’t rush Robert Griffin III; Larry Fitzgerald is staying put in Arizona.

NFL combine recap: Manti Te’o, Leon Sandcastle and a Jennifer Lawrence-worthy tumble

The 2013 NFL Combine came to a close yesterday. We take a look at the most entertaining stories to emerge from Indianapolis.

NFL fantasy: Bruce Arians will try to revive Larry Fitzgerald

In today’s Three and Out: the Cardinals want new ways to get Larry Fitzgerald the ball; James Starks might be seeing the ball less and Titus Young will still get a chance to see the ball, despite some bad behavior.

NFL fantasy football: Bruce Arians has big job in Arizona

Bruce Arians takes over as the head coach in Arizona and inherits an offense that had plenty of problems and offered few solutions for solving them.

Week 16: Dancing with the Starters

Hope Santa delivered everything that was on your wish list this year. We don’t have dancing elves, but we’ve got some movers and shakers on Week 16’s version of Dancing with the Starters. Enjoy!

Unexpected (and expected) for week 16: Everyone loves kickers

Welcome to week 16, where we saw several records be broken… by kickers! There was also a 50-burger dropped in Green Bay, a real record broken in Detroit, and a heart-warming moment as the cherry on top of a wild Sunday. Let’s get to the unexpected (and expected) for week 16.

Andrew Luck to run with Colts’ first team Day 1, OC says

After the Indianapolis Colts draft Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick on Thursday evening, offensive coordinator Bruce Arians fully expects the Stanford quarterback to run with the first team from Day 1.

“Ain’t no doubt,” Arians said.

Steelers OC: Mendenhall is the goal-line back

Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall was a surprise slide down the draft boards over the weekend. A development that was fashioned on rumors of Isaac Redman getting goal-line carries. And those fears became a confounded reality when coach Mike Tomlin announced that Redman was going to be the short-yardage back.

Dameshek: Steelers will be fine with Dixon

While I feel bad for QB Byron Leftwich, I don’t think it means Steeler fans should throw in the Terrible Towel.

Steelers face QB dilemma with no blueprint

Mike Tomlin and Bruce Arians are in a very unique position as the Steelers open training camp.

Roundup: Martz impressed with Cutler so far

Bears QB Jay Cutler and Mike Martz are off to a great start in Chicago, as the new offensive coordinator offers heavy praise for his strong-armed signal caller.

Steelers fire O-line coach Zierlein

The Steelers have fired offensive line coach Larry Zierlein, according to NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi. Zierlein was in his third season in Pittsburgh after being hired by coach Mike Tomlin in 2007.

Week 9 news and notes

Here are some of the few important news, notes and trends for fantasy owners to remember heading into Week 9.

Season kicked off right in Steel City

I’m not sure you could fit more into one day. It was a success for some and a disappointment for others, but no matter how you cut it, NFL’s Opening Kickoff 2009 certainly was entertaining.

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