Michael Fabiano and Elliot Harrison talk fantasy running backs, wide receivers and which defense you may want to pick up for week 10.
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Posted: Friday, November 4th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Adadm Rank, Andrew Whitworth, Brandon Flowers, Dave Dameshek, Eli Manning, Elliot Harrison, Green Bay Packers, Jeff Darlington, Marcell Dareus, Michael Bush, Michael Fabiano, Nick Saban, Peyton Manning
With Alabama and LSU gearing up for the Game of the Century Saturday night, tune into NFL Network’s “Around the League Live” at 5 p.m. ET Friday and have some fun with Cincinnati Bengals tackle Andrew Whitworth, who won a BCS title at LSU when Nick Saban coached the Tigers, and Buffalo Bills rookie defensive end Marcell Dareus, who played for Saban’s national championship club at Alabama.
Posted: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Adam Rank, Cam Newton, Carson Palmer, Dave Dameshek, Elliot Harrison, Green Bay Packers, Jim Caldwell, Kim Kardashian, NFL Films, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Hillis, Philip Rivers, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Tim Tebow, Tom Landry, Tony Romo
If you missed Monday’s night’s Halloween thriller in Kansas City, tune in to NFL Network Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET for an enhanced replay of the Chargers’ devastating overtime loss to the surging Chiefs.
Posted: Thursday, October 27th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Buffalo Bills, Darren Sproles, Elliot Harrison, Gil Brandt, Jason La Canfora, Jeff Darlington, Mark Ingram, Matthew Stafford, Michael Fabiano, Mike Ditka, NFL Films
Ditka: A certain magic still lingers in the very name. Don’t miss the premiere of NFL FIlms’ “A Football Life: Mike Ditka” Thursday at 10 p.m. ET on NFL Network.
Posted: Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Antonio Cromartie, Baltimore Ravens, Bucky Brooks, Chris Johnson, Dave Dameshek, Elliot Harrison, John Harbaugh, Jonathan Vilma, Michael Fabiano, Mike Ditka, Peyton Hillis, Philip Rivers, Ray Rice, Terrell Owens, Terrell Suggs
The time has come to nominate your Pro Bowl players for 2012. Cast your vote for the AFC and NFC’s best players at each position.
Elliot Harrison again joins the boys to break down the NFC side of the best tailback franchise in NFL history and then, once and for all, just who is the Running Back U of the NFL. The answer just might surprise you.
Who has the best stable of running backs in NFL history? We start with a look at the all-time runners from the AFC.
Veteran linebacker Keith Bulluck terrorized quarterbacks for a decade with the Tennessee Titans before spending last season with the New York Giants. The free-agent took a break from his NFL Network visit Friday to discuss the retirement of Kerry Collins, Eli Manning‘s absence from the “Top 100,” and his take on Internet Gangsters.
One probable offshoot of a longer regular season would be the downfall of several of the league’s most precious records, such as Dan Marino’s single-season passing yards mark.
And we’re down to No. 1. In Elliot Harrison‘s breakdown of the top 20 games of 2010, his gold medal goes to a late-season thriller between the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants — that essentially ended the Giants’ playoff hopes and invigorated those of the Green Bay Packers.
With Darren Sharper and Ronde Barber in studio for NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2011” reaction show on Sunday, we accomplished something that only takes place at the Broncos’ team facilities: two of the top active players in interceptions in the same room, at the same time.
What makes a quarterback great? Determining the criteria to rate the upper echelon of players at any position is always difficult, especially for the offense’s front man, who has such a large effect on the outcome of a game. One determining factor of the worthiness of the NFL’s highest-paid players is their ability in the clutch.
One of the intriguing topics of conversation surrounding the “Top 100 Players of 2011” list has been the wide receiver position.
With all the hubbub surrounding Kevin Kolb’s potential landing spot, it’s worth asking, “What’s the hubbub all about?”