Since neither starting QB in the Monday night game has any chance of being mistaken for Dan Fouts, we’ll go ahead and update our weekly look at who’s on pace to break Dan Marino‘s single-season passing record right now. As we’ve noted, Marino set the mark of 5,084 yards back in 1984. As many as six passers were on pace to top that number just a couple of weeks ago. As defenses around the league have figured things out, that total is down to three:
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Two weeks. That’s how long we’ve got until Day One of the NFL Draft. Two weeks goes by fast. Remember how fast your two-week, low carb diet went? Okay, maybe not… but April’s biggest weekend is right around the corner. So with 14 days left, where does 14 fit in the pantheon of draft history?
Posted: Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Jim Plunkett, Al Davis, Bart Starr, Ben Roethlisberger, Bob Griese, Brett Favre, Dan Fouts, Dan Marino, Dan Pastorini, Desmond Howard, Jim Kelly, John Elway, Ken Stabler, Marcus Allen, Roger Staubach, Super Bowl's forgotten heroes, Terry Bradshaw, Tom Brady, Warren Moon
Quarterbacks — whether we like it or not — are judged by Super Bowl wins. So why is former Raiders QB Jim Plunkett not celebrated as a two-time Super Bowl winner?
A look back at some of the most interesting numbers and statistics to come out of Week 8, with an assist from the crew on the NFL Network research desk.
Posted: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Anquan Boldin, Austin Collie, C.J. Spiller, Charlie Batch, Dan Fouts, Dan Marino, Hines Ward, Jamaal Charles, Jerome Bettis, Leon Washington, Michael Vick, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Randy Moss, Sam Bradford, Thomas Jones, Tom Brady, Tony Banks, Tony Gonzalez
A look at a few of the notes to come off the NFL Network research desk in Week 3.
Posted: Monday, August 9th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Adam Rank, Arizona Cardinals, Babe Laufenberg, Cliff Stoudt, Dan Fouts, Danny White, Matt Leinart, Quincy Carter, Russ Grimm, Steve Young, Troy Aikman
Replacing a Hall of Fame quarterback is never easy. For every Aaron Rodgers or Steve Young, there is a dubious list of guys that include Cliff Stoudt (Terry Bradshaw), Quincy Carter (Troy Aikman) and Babe Laufenberg (Dan Fouts).
Posted: Friday, July 2nd, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Al Saunders, Brian Baldinger, Charlie Joiner, Dan Fouts, Don Coryell, Ernie Zampese, Joe Gibbs, John Madden, Kellen Winslow, Mike Martz, Norv Turner, San Diego Chargers
Don Coryell was always known as “Air Coryell,” and rightfully so.
Saints QB Drew Brees has reached elite status, and there’s no way to argue that he’s not the best quarterback in the NFL right now. So it made sense to turn to NFL Network’s Mike Martz at what makes Brees to exceptional.