Posts Tagged ‘Eric Mangini’

First and 10: A tale of two quarterbacks

When this season started, Falcons signal caller Matt Ryan was one of the NFL’s glamour boys, while Redskins QB Rex Grossman was mostly the butt of jokes. How quickly things can change. Tune into NFL Network’s “Around the League” Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. ET to hear from Grossman live, then catch Ryan on “NFL Total Access” tonight at 7 p.m. ET.

Brooks: Jets would be intriguing spot for Moss

The locked-out offseason has afforded us ample time to discuss where Randy Moss will play next season, and just how much the 13-year veteran has left in the tank after a forgettable 2010 season in which he played for three teams.

Mangini: Tom Brady’s rise due to work ethic

It wasn’t all that long ago (at least depending on how you view 2000), that Tom Brady was an afterthought in the NFL Draft as the 199th overall pick in the sixth round.

First and 10: Scobee snacks way to ‘Top Games’ list

The Jacksonville Jaguars fell short in their quest to unseat the Indianapolis Colts as kings of the AFC South last season, but no one will lay the blame at the feet of kicker Josh Scobee.

Mangini: Revis a future Hall of Famer

We don’t expect Eric Mangini to be completely unbiased while discussing Darrelle Revis. But Mangini certainly didn’t hold back in saying he sees Revis as a future Hall of Famer during a live chat with fans.

Data Points: Browns last in first-down run defense

One of the statistics that best reflects defensive ineffectiveness is first-down run defense.

First and 10: Pick Six travels back in time

A quick look at what’s on tap Wednesday on NFL.com.

First and 10: Fantasy time is here

Big day here at NFL.com. If you happen to run a fantasy league through this site, you likely got an email last night telling you we are officially open for business.

Six things we love about the 2000s

Valentine’s Day is a day of love, so it’s only fitting that we take a look back at the things we love about the 2000s in the NFL. We have narrowed the list down to six here. But after giving this a look, you can join in the action down below and say what you love about the NFL.

Holmgren not looking to coach … ‘right now’

Will Mile Holmgren chose himself to coach the Browns? He used the phrase “right now” several times while explaining that while he can’t truthfully say he’ll never coach again, it’s not his current direction.

Why not a pass from Hillis?

Browns RB Peyton Hillis has done it all this year, why not have him throw a touchdown pass?

McCoy gave Browns reason to believe

I was very encouraged at what I saw from rookie QB Colt McCoy. I don’t know that you could ever put a rookie quarterback in a more difficult situation in his NFL debut than what McCoy faced against the Steelers.

Bench Hillis, even if he does start against Steelers

How must it feel to be Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy right now? You are about to get your first NFL career start. But it comes against the Steelers. And if that is not bad enough — and that’s bad — your team’s best player is questionable.

Steelers expecting to see more of Cribbs

While Eric Mangini is leaning toward starting rookie QB Colt McCoy this weekend in Pittsburgh, the Steelers are expecting to see a heavy dose of Joshua Cribbs taking snaps in the Flash package.

Mangini has Browns on right track

I know Browns fans might not want to hear this, because they’re probably not enjoying all the losing, but I really think this team is on the right track.

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