Posts Tagged ‘DeAngelo Williams’

Derek Carr to challenge for starting job?

In today’s Three and Out: Derek Carr is making a push to be the Raiders starter; could Marshawn Lynch call it quits?

DeAngelo Williams laments Panthers changes

In today’s Three and Out: DeAngelo Williams isn’t happy with the Panthers offseason; the Lions could have a bigger backfield split in 2014.

McCoy, Brown could share more touches

In today’s Three and Out: LeSean McCoy is asking for a little backfield help; the Panthers have no interest in playing faster.

Good things in store for Cam?

Let’s open it up: Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he was too conservative with his playcalling in a 12-7 loss to the Seahawks. Carolina led for a good portion of the game, but they were done in by a late fourth-quarter Seahawks touchdown. Newton had 125 yards and one touchdown, and while he was going against a tough defense, his owners undoubtedly expected more from him. It will certainly be good news if Carolina wants to open up the passing game, although a number of questions exist about which of their WRs would be capable of stepping up. The Panthers travel to Buffalo next week, which may present a decent opportunity for them to rediscover their passing attack. DeAngelo […]

Jeff Tuel ready to go for Bills … if needed

In today’s Three and Out: Jeff Tuel could be Buffalo’s Week 1 starter, or he could not be. Carolina puts Jonathan Stewart on the PUP list.

Malcom Floyd suffers knee injury in practice

In today’s Three and Out: Add Malcom Floyd to the list of injured Chargers WRs; Jonathan Stewart could be ready for the regular season opener.

DeAngelo Williams listed first on depth chart

There could be a shift of fantasy value in the Carolina backfield during training camp. Find out why.

Fantasy Post Mortem: Airing of Grievances

If you fine folks have followed along, you know I received a Festivus miracle last week when the Tennessee Titans defense scored 18 points (thank you, Mark Sanchez) to secure the win against Matt “Money” Smith. I ultimately fell short in that league (more on those circumstances in a moment). I went 2-2 on Championship Weekend, as I again took out “Money” in our NFL.com Experts League. So I’m stuck in kind of limbo, fantasy purgatory similar to the finale of “Lost.” But two championships is pretty cool. And to fight off my NFL Fantasy Live peers for the second time in three seasons is pretty cool, too. Moving on, it should be noted so many fantasy football championships were […]

Unexpected (and expected): Redskins throwbacks win the day

Do you often feel like you’re left out in the cold by your favorite team? Well, don’t worry. Jerry Jones was locked out of the Cowboys locker room and he owns the team. But let’s take a look at the unexpected (and expected) from Week 9.

Fantasy Post Mortem: What to do with Cam Newton

Cam Newton is an undroppable in most fantasy leagues, and it’s probably a good thing, too, considering most impetuous fantasy enthusiasts would at least consider dropping him after another disappointing game in Week 5. Like you’re sitting around, drinking a few beers, watching Dexter after the Sunday night game and thinking, “(expletive) it, I’m done with this guy.”

Post Mortem: Robert Griffin III as good as advertised

So let me see if I have this straight, Mike Shanahan said Alfred Morris was going to start for his team and then he went out and had the most carries of the weekend? Surprisingly, that’s not the biggest Washington Redskins’ story of the weekend.

Steve Smith, DeAngelo Williams provide shoes for children

Panthers teammates Steve Smith and DeAngelo Williams are working with Samaritan’s Feet with the goal to provide shoes and socks to 10 million children. Smith and Williams were recently in Memphis, Tennessee to wash the feet of 500 children and give them shoes and socks.

Three and out: Goodson a potential sleeper in Oakland

Mike Goodson is a possible handcuff for oft-injured Darren McFadden in Oakland … and he could be a nice sleeper, too.

Tolbert loses fantasy appeal with the Panthers

Mike Tolbert’s move to Carolina isn’t good for anyone in the Panthers backfield, but it does make Ryan Mathews more attractive.

Playbook: DT position should be Panthers’ top priority

Ron Rivera’s Carolina Panthers need to improve their run defense through this year’s draft.

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