The Texans remain optimistic Andre Johnson can return to action Sunday, even though he has been limited in practice most of the week.
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In today’s Three and out: Tim Tebow’s days as Denver starter could be short-lived, Fred Davis is in a walking boot and Cleveland is dangerously short on running backs.
Heading into Week 8, the Browns own the league’s fourth-ranked defense, and linebackers Scott Fujita and Chris Gocong are leading the way in pimping a new mantra to go along with their stout play.
Adrian Peterson could become a bigger part of Minnesota’s passing game while it looks like Sam Bradford and Peyton Hillis will be out another week.
Daniel Thomas and Matthew Stafford are both back to work after being limited on Wednesday. But the Peyton Hillis will-he-or-won’t-he saga drags on.
Posted: Thursday, October 27th, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Cleveland Browns, Dez Bryant, Indianapolis Colts, Joe Theismann, Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints, Nnamdi Asomugha, Peyton Manning, Philadelphia Eagles, Playbook, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks
We hear a lot of banter from the public about the “Playbook” crew’s picks every week, especially when fans ardently disagree with a choice of a winner.
After his second concussion of the season, Jahvid Best is being advised to sit out the rest of the season leaving a hole in both the Lions and fantasy owners’ rosters.
With the ink on his contract barely dry, Carson Palmer has apparently already landed the starting job in Oakland. But it may be a week or two before he’s worthy of inserting into your fantasy lineup.
With Julio Jones out of action this week, it seems unlikely that the Falcons will rely on just one receiver to take his place.
Joseph Addai is the latest fantasy back to suffer a hamstring injury, meaning fantasy owners will once again need to shuffle their lineups.
Peyton Hillis should get more touches this week…which is the same thing that was said about Montario Hardesty two weeks ago. Huh?
Michael Vick says he will play on Sunday, but he has a matchup that should make fantasy owners wary.
There are numerous examples of teams being accused of faking injuries to slow down the no-huddle offense. Here’s just a few.
Some people don’t look too far in the past, and they know Bill Belichick only as a three-time Super Bowl championship coach with the Patriots. But things haven’t always been peachy keen in Belichick’s career.