Posts Tagged ‘Daryl Johnston’

Three and out: No guarantees for Bryant

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has a ton of talent, but offseason red flags make him a risk-reward option in fantasy land.

First and 10: Your soundtrack for a Football Friday

We know the routine… you listen to sports-talk radio at work Monday through Thursday every week, but Friday is time to rock out. Well, this Friday, you might have a decision to make. Because NFL.com is serving up not one but two podcasts for your listening pleasure.

Johnston: Best fit for Young is Redskins

Even if he is under contract, we know that Vince Young isn’t a part of the plans for Mike Munchak and the Titans.

Johnston: Falcons ‘had to make’ blockbuster trade

NFL Network analyst Daryl Johnston sees the blockbuster draft day deal by the Falcons, coming off a 13-3 season, as one they “had to make” because their window to win is now.

Should teams in top 10 feel required to go QB?

The NFL has become a quarterback league, but does that mean that a team in the Top 10 — in need of a quarterback, meaning the Cowboys will probably be out at No. 9 — should feel obligated to draft a quarterback?

Who Has The Edge: Jets vs. Steelers

It’s time again for our little segment called Who has the Edge. This time around, it’s a Jets vs. Steelers edition.

Jets’ Westhoff denies involvement in big trip

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.

Total Access on Tap: Have we seen last of Favre?

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?

Woodson: Vick is most dangerous QB in history

NFL Network analyst Rod Woodson made a bold proclamation about Eagles QB Michael Vick on “Total Access” on Wednesday.

NFLTA on Tap: Can the Bears protect Cutler?

Here’s an inside look at Daryl Johnston (you can’t quite make out the Super Bowl ring he’s sporting), Fran Charles and Hall of Famer Rod Woodson prepping for Wednesday’s “NFL Total Access.” Speaking of NFLTA … plenty of talk today on the matchup between the Bears and Dolphins on “Thursday Night Football.” Can the Bears protect Jay Cutler? Are special teams and running the ball the keys for the Dolphins? Plus, a Michael Vick conversation. Rod and Daryl will discuss how the Giants can try to contain the Eagles quarterback after his epic Monday night performance.  Jason La Canfora is up for a look Around the League, plus Rod examines Cameron Wake of the Dolphins on the touchscreen and NFL VP of Officiating Carl […]

‘Tailgate Warriors’ on tonight’s menu

Episode 2 of The Food Network’s “Tailgate Warriors” will air Wednesday night, with a tasty visit to the Black Hole. Host Guy Fieri took the show to a preseason game at Oakland Coliseum, where he offered some tailgating tips and sampled the fare from some veteran Raiders fans.

Who are the teams to beat in NFC?

NFL Network analysts Daryl Johnston and Rod Woodson chose the Saints and Falcons, respectively, as the teams to beat in the NFC through six weeks of the season.

Johnston: Cowboys are beating themselves

What have we learned through five weeks of the NFL season? A lot. NFL Network analysts Daryl Johnston and Charles Davis shared their thoughts on that question Tuesday on “NFL Total Access.”

A closer look at the Cowboys

NFL Network reporter Michelle Beisner has the latest on the Cowboys on location from Irving, Texas, and analyst Daryl Johnston takes a look at the problems facing the Cowboys offense.

Johnston: Distractions will be tough for Jets

Will the latest round of distractions catch up to the New York Jets, making an impact on the field?

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