The Panthers moved quickly to hire former Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera as head coach. But was it the right hire?
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Posted: Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 | Charles Davis Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Brent Grimes, Charles Davis, Curtis Lofton, Harvey Dahl, Jonathan Babineaux, Justin Blalock, Kroy Biermann, Mike Peterson, Mike Smith, Sam Baker, Sean Weatherspoon, Thomas Dimitroff, Todd McClure, Tyson Clabo, William Moore
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff, in concert with head coach Mike Smith, has unearthed some gems who have paid big dividends this season.
Now that the Seahawks have pulled off one of the bigger upsets in playoff history, what’s next?
The Colts are in the exact same situation that we’re used to seeing them: in the playoffs. The biggest concern for the Colts right now is whether they’ll be able to stop the run, which has proved to be their Achilles heel.
The Pro Bowl snub that caught my eye was Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
Shades of Martin Scorsese (“Goodfellas”) losing to Kevin Costner (“Dances with Wolves”) for Oscar for Best Director, above is a breakdown of the offensive snubs for the 2010 Pro Bowl — per Torry Holt and Charles Davis.
Ignoring the NFC playoff seedings for now, I believe the Falcons and Saints are trending toward a third meeting this season, one that will decide who goes to Super Bowl XLV.
Charles Davis, Michael Lombardi and Warren Sapp discuss what didn’t work for Mike Singletary in San Francisco, and who could be his successor.
There’s a lengthy list of head coaches who are deserving to be in the conversation as the NFL’s Coach of the Year. Warren Sapp‘s choice is Raheem Morris.
All good things must come to an end … or so they say. Well, one of our “Playbook” analysts sees the Saints’ one-year reign over the NFC South coming to an end on Monday night.
There will be bumps on the road for Tim Tebow. So let’s kick back and hold back the reigns a bit to see where this young man takes us.
Not only do I see the Giants defeating the Eagles in Week 15, they’re my pick to win the NFC East as well.
The Sal Alosi tripping incident hasn’t disappeared, and if anything, has only sparked more conversation about the tactics used on the Jets’ sideline and sidelines around the NFL.
I’m betting Brett Favre is working diligently to try to come back over the last three games of the season, and I think he’s doing it with the full support of head coach Leslie Frazier.
Here’s a look at the rundown for “NFL Total Access” on Tuesday. Have a guess as to who will be the topic of conversation?