Greg Schiano discusses his dynamic rookie running back Doug Martin.
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Posted: Sunday, November 4th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andrew Luck, Aaron Hernandez, Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Andy Luck, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Cam Newton, Carson Palmer, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, Doug Martin, Eli Manning, Greg Schiano, Hakeem Nicks, Jimmy Graham, Julio Jones, LeGarrette Blount, Peyton Manning, Robert Griffin III, Roddy White, Titus Young, Tom Crabtree
Our Adam Rank takes a look back at the fantasy weekend that was.
Posted: Sunday, September 23rd, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Unexpected (and expected), Benjarvus Green-Ellis, Dallas Cowboys, Greg Schiano, New Orleans Saints, Roger Staubach, San Francisco 49ers, Shaun Hill, Tim Tebow, Titus Young
When you talk about the unexpected for Week 3, the conversation might start and end with the Minnesota Vikings upset win over the San Francisco 49ers. Or was it the Saints falling to 0-3? Well one thing is expected … Adam Rank is here to cover it all.
Posted: Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: New York Giants, NFL Playbook, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andre Brown, Eli Manning, football, Greg Schiano, Hakeem Nicks, New York Giants, NFL, NFL Playbook, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Coughlin
While the controversy surrounding Greg Schiano and Tom Coughlin stole the headlines from New York’s 41-34 win over Tampa, it was a new approach from the Giants’ offense that sparked their epic comeback and enabled Eli Manning to throw for a career-high 510 yards.
The hiring of Greg Schiano as Bucs coach had to be one of the more stunning developments of this offseason. Any time a college coach gets “promoted” to the NFL, eyes roll. Many think of epic disappointments like Steve Spurrier or Nick Saban and see it as a mistake. Shoot, go all the way back to Ray Perkins if you want. But those guys came from major programs. And all had a pedigree that, at least, made it understandable to hire them. Not Schiano. Nope, he came from Rutgers, didn’t have any national titles, and did I mention he came from Rutgers? Never mind that he could’ve secured big-time jobs if he had wanted to leave Rutgers… it was still stunning. […]
The Browns expect Trent Richardson to be a workhorse as a rookie. How does that affect his fantasy value? Simply put, it’s great news.