The Denver Broncos have Mile High hopes for the duo of Jacob Tamme and Joel Dreessen. With Peyton Manning at the helm, can they mimic the success of the Patriots?
Posts Tagged ‘Chad Ochocinco’
Well, vacation is over. Thankfully. I mean, it was fun, but let’s get to work, right? Still, it doesn’t hurt to get going in a vacation-like setting. So, hello from South Lake Tahoe, where the American Century Championship is taking place. The first few days are filled with celebrity golfers and plenty of NFL players, and that’s why we’re here. That’s Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to the right. We’ll be here all week with plenty of good stuff. But first, now that I’ve returned from being away… what did we miss? I did write a few stories that ran while I was out. – This was my take on the holdup over contracts for first-rounders with a look at where […]
Good news for those of you who use Siri, the Apple application will be answering sports questions, which is good apparently. Because if you only watch commercials, the app seems to only be designed to break golf tee times for Sam Jackson, tell John Malkovich some corny jokes and help Zooey Deschanel seems more adorable and quirky (which seems impossible).
Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco will work out for the Miami Dolphins this week. Could this be his chance to return to fantasy relevance?
Posted: Friday, June 8th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Benjarvus Green-Ellis, Bernard Scott, Buffalo Bills, C.J. Spiller, Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals, Fred Jackson, New England Patriots
BenJarvus Green-Ellis is expected to split carries with Bernard Scott in Cincinnati. Find out how this affects his fantasy value.
Posted: Monday, February 6th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Chad Ochocinco, Deion Branch, Eli Manning, Jake Ballard, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Travis Beckum, Wes Welker
With Deion Branch and Wes Welker set to become free agents and a disappointing Chad Ochocinco on the roster, the Patriots have some serious choices to make about the WR spot for 2012.
It’s uncertain what, if any, impact Chad Ochocinco will make for the Patriots in his first-ever Super Bowl appearance, but he left nothing on the field in the style department.
Josh Cribbs has seen a lot of Cleveland Browns fans walking around Indy this week. He’s seen fans from a lot of times, actually, learning that the city is essentially an NFL melting pot.
From where I’m standing, at the perimeter of the human mass surrounding Chad Ochocinco, a boom microphone is more valuable than gold.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak assured fantasy enthusiasts when he said that WR Dre Johnson was going to miss “some time.” And by assuring us, I mean he could not have been more vague. Oh well, hopefully Dre will start tweeting out MRI photos like his teammate Arian Foster did.
Let’s try to get through the top stories of the morning without tearing a groin. That seems to be going around this week.
Turns out we weren’t the only ones perplexed by the heat Chad Ochocinco took from Tedy Bruschi and other ex-Patriots last week.
Which results from the NFL’s kickoff weekend were a fluke, and which ones were signs of things to come? This weekend’s games should go a long way toward answering that question.
That collective thud you hear? It’s the masses jumping off the Steelers’ bandwagon after Sunday’s lashing at the hands of the Ravens. NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp stopped by “The Dan Patrick Show” to provide his take on Pittsburgh’s rough start.
The way things are unfolding, it seems as if former Patriots of the world are uniting against the evil, destructive force that is Chad Ochocinco.