In today’s Three and Out: The Houston Texans and Detroit Lions are filling out their respective shopping lists; the Eagles are determining who will fill their slot WR role.
Posts Tagged ‘Calvin Johnson’
Matthew Stafford’s presence in Detroit could bode well for Jim Caldwell. But will it work the other way around?
Calvin Johnson had a monster day in Week 8, catching 14 passes for 329 yards and a touchdown in a win over the Dallas Cowboys. He’s this week’s fantasy showstopper. Read on for more.
Megatron practices again: Good news for the Lions offense and, well, probably their entire organization as a whole. For the first time since sitting out Week 5, Calvin Johnson returned to the practice field Thursday. He’s likely to be a game-time decision as the Lions take a short trip to visit Cleveland. We all saw how lethargic Detroit’s offense looked without him. The good news is the Browns play an early game this week, so it’s not like you’ll have to wait around until a late afternoon game and then find out you got hosed. The bad news? Browns DB Joe Haden has shown a pretty good knack for covering the best WR on the opponent’s roster and shutting him down. Plus, […]
The common wisdom going into Monday night is that you want to be the challenger. There is nothing worse than trying to enjoy your delicious Slice of New York pizza on a Monday, while you constantly check your phone for updates to see those fractional points add up. It’s worse than being a member of the Texas Rangers right now. (And for the record, I’m kind of enjoying this collapse.)
Everyone agrees that Adrian Peterson is the top pick. But so far, no one agrees on who should go second.
Fantasy Draft Week opens with a shocker. Three wide receivers and Darren McFadden all go in the first round?!? Wow.
Posted: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Aaron Rodgers, Calvin Johnson, Chaz Schilens, Christian Ponder, Detroit Lions, Greg Jennings, Laurent Robinson, Minnesota Vikings, Peyton Hillis, Ryan Broyles, Steve Breaston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
In today’s Three and Out: Peyton Hillis has a new home and the Lions continue their search for a No. 2 receiver.
Matthew Stafford is coming off a disappointing season, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be a great fantasy draft value in 2013.
In today’s Three and Out: Jared Cook could line up in the backfield, while Nate Burleson and Scott Chandler get themselves ready for training camp.
Posted: Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Calvin Johnson, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, Montee Ball, Ronnie Hillman, Ryan Broyles, Willis McGahee
In today’s Three and Out: Ronnie Hillman wants to be No. 1 while Ryan Broyles wants to play Week 1; Miles Austin just wants to stay healthy.
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: Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Aaron Hernandez, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Chicago Bears, Danny Amendola, Detroit Lions, Emmanuel Sanders, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Reggie Bush, Rob Gronkowski
In today’s Three and Out: Reggie Bush will be a dual-threat, Brandon Marshall’s fully healthy and Emmanuel Sanders could be on the move.
Calvin Johnson broke the Madden curse. John Madden himself has now admitted it. Take a trip down memory lane and relive some of the biggest games and moments on Megatron’s record-breaking season.
Posted: Sunday, December 30th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Charles Tillman, Mikel Leshoure, Tim Jennings, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Jay Cutler, Madden Curse, Matthew Stafford, playoffs
Week 17 has finally arrived. The Detroit Lions will not be returning to the playoffs, and since Calvin Johnson has already claimed the record for receiving yards in a single, the Lions looked to play spoiler to the playoff hopes of their division rival Chicago Bears.