Posts Tagged ‘Charlie Batch’

NFL fantasy football: Victor Cruz becoming ‘a concern’

In today’s Three and Out: Victor Cruz is still out of sight, Davone Bess will be spotted in Cleveland and who knows when we’ll see Landry Jones?

Unexpected (and expected) Year in Review – 2012 NFL-ballooza

The 2012 regular season has come to a close and what a year it was. Here’s a look at the most Unexpected (and expected) outcomes of the year. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Week 1: Tim Tebow starts ————————————————————————————————————————————– When the New York Jets took the field for their first play of the season, Tim Tebow was out on the field with the starters. Well, it’s not what you think. Tebow lined up as a receiver for the Jets’ first offensive play, but starting quarterback Mark Sanchez didn’t look his way. Tebow later joked, “I felt like I was open too.” All in all, Tebow appeared in only nine offensive plays and didn’t account for much. Oh, and he was booed off the field, […]

The Unexpected (and expected) for week 13: Return of the Tie?

It’s week 13 and the playoff picture is becoming clearer, as the Falcons, Patriots, Texans, and Broncos all clinched a playoff appearance. What isn’t becoming clearer is the quarterback situation in New York. Or how in the world Adrian Peterson healed from his ACL surgery so quickly and continues to ravage opposing defenses. I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s get to the Unexpected (and expected) from week 13.

Playoff Challenge owners take a pass on bye week players

Even with the lure of double points, most owners shied away from starting players on bye weeks in the first run of the NFL Playoff Challenge. But there were some interesting names that found their way into lineups.

Three and out: No Big Ben? Expect more Mendenhall

It looks like Ben Roethlisberger could sit out the remainder of the regular season. That could put a lot more of the offensive burden on the shoulders of Rashard Mendenhall

Three and out: Grab Steelers Batch, just in case

Ben Roethlisberger is a game-time decision for the Steelers. Hopefully fantasy owners have a contingency plan ready.

Steelers’ Roethlisberger playing through injury

It’s certainly not a welcomed sight for the Steelers any time QB Ben Roethlisberger is limping around the field.

MAC is stacked in Super Bowl XLV

With two teams from middle America in the Super Bowl, it’s only fitting that the Middle American Conference is representing something fierce with 16 total players on both rosters.

Hillis OK to help Browns rookie QB McCoy vs. Steelers

Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy will make his first NFL start Sunday. The bad news? He’ll face the Steelers’ blitz-crazy defense. The good news? He’ll have bruising RB Peyton Hillis at his disposal.

Steelers still perfect as Big Big return looms

The Pittsburgh Steelers are 3-0, and one week away from getting starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back on the practice field. Imagine that.

Noteworthy nuggets from Week 3

A look at a few of the notes to come off the NFL Network research desk in Week 3.

Steelers QB Dixon carted off with apparent knee injury

Steelers QB Dennis Dixon was carted off the sidelines during the second quarter at LB Field with an apparent left knee injury.

Tuesday bullets: Johnson sets sights on new heights

A quick look at some of the stories on the radar on Tuesday.

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’ QB battle heats up off the field, too

Is Dennis Dixon unhappy with his slot in the Steelers’ quarterback pecking order? His agent sure seems to be, according to a published report.

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