Nick Foles made history in Oakland as the Philadelphia Eagles destroyed the Oakland Raiders. In the process, Foles earned the Week 9 KABOOM! award. See just how big of a day Foles had here.
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Jeremy Maclin is feared to be lost for the year with a serious knee ailment. Michael Fabiano has the fantasy implications.
Posted: Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Chip Kelly, DeSean Jackson, frank gore, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kendall Hunter, LaMichael James, Maurice Jones-Drew, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers
In today’s Three and Out: Frank Gore could be stuck in a committee, DeSean Jackson is back returning punts and Maurice Jones-Drew just wants to be back.
Posted: Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Ben Watson, Chip Kelly, Cleveland Browns, DeSean Jackson, Green Bay Packers, Jermichael Finley, Jordan Cameron, Philadelphia Eagles
In today’s Three and Out: Jermichael Finley’s staying put; DeSean Jackson is looking for a role in Chip Kelly’s offense and the Browns have a new starting tight end.
In today’s Three and Out: DeSean Jackson is excited about a new offense while the Bills aren’t too excited about Ryan Fitzpatrick; Jahvid Best has likely played his final NFL game
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is on injured reserve, but Marcas Grant doesn’t like the fantasy prospects of any of Jackson’s potential replacements.
Posted: Sunday, November 18th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Johnson, A.J. Green, Aaron Hernandez, Andy Reid, Ben Watson, DeSean Jackson, Dez Bryant, Fantasy Fraidy Cat, Jeremy Maclin, Justin Blackmon, Kurt Warner, Lance Moore, LeSean McCoy, Marcel Reece, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Griffin III, T.Y. Hilton, Tony Romo
There is a segment we run every Monday called #thathelpsnoone where we celebrate the curtain jerkers who rob precious fantasy points from the guys we actually started. And if we wanted to, we could have filled the entire hour on Monday with #thathelpsnoone and we’re not even talking about the San Diego Chargers.
Will Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick and receiver DeSean Jacksonbe the first ones to break a Baltimore Ravens defensive streak which has fantasy football owners scared?
DeSean Jackson held out last season, and he doesn’t recommend it.
Steve Nash is going to play for the Los Angeles Lakers this season after a blockbuster deal this week. Nash’s trade to the Los Angeles Lakers comes months after Peyton Manning signed a deal with the Denver Broncos. But Nash’s deal is much more striking considering nobody ever thought they would see a day when Nash was a teammate with Kobe Bryant on the Los Angeles Lakers.
So with that in mind, we turned to Twitter on #talkaboutit Friday and asked you to select one NFL legend and a “no way” team for him to finish with, similar to Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers is expected to have a bounce-back year in 2012, but will he be able to overcome the loss of Vincent Jackson?
DeSean Jackson got his money. The receiver’s new deal with the Eagles is worth $48.5 million over five years, according to a league source.
Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Antonio Brown, DeSean Jackson, Emmanuel Sanders, Hakeem Nicks, Hines Ward, Jabar Gaffney, Mario Manningham, Mike Tolbert, Mike Wallace, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers, Plaxico Burress, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Wes Welker
With Plaxico Burress searching for a new home, he could end up right back where he started from. The Steelers and Giants are both reportedly interested in his services.
Posted: Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, Buffalo Bills, Chan Gailey, DeSean Jackson, Howie Roseman, John Schneider, Marshawn Lynch, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Stevie Johnson
Twenty-four coaches and general managers took the podiums at Thursday’s NFL Scouting Combine, and with free agency less than three weeks away, a few key players looking for lucrative contracts were on the minds of those on hand.
Randy Moss says he’s planning a comeback to professional football, but the fantasy market may not be quite so welcoming.