Bruce Arians takes over as the head coach in Arizona and inherits an offense that had plenty of problems and offered few solutions for solving them.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars hired a defensive-minded coach in Gus Bradley, which seems like a curious move considering the team’s big needs on offense.
Marc Trestman’s hire by the Chicago Bears could mean plenty of attempts and yardage for Jay Cutler…but it could also mean plenty of interceptions.
Now that Chip Kelly has left the University of Oregon for the Philadelphia Eagles, Marcas Grant writes that the immediate winner from a fantasy standpoint appears to be LeSean McCoy.
Now that Mike McCoy is the new head coach of the San Diego Chargers, Marcas Grant likes what it means for Philip Rivers and the passing game.
With Rob Chudzinski now in Cleveland as the head coach, the Browns have a chance to find a little more punch on the offensive side of the football.
It is with a heavy heart that I wave goodbye to Doug Marrone. As head coach of Syracuse (my alma mater), I was so stoked that he finally had the program going in a great direction after winning a share of the Big East and becoming the definitive Pinstripe Bowl dynasty (hey, you take victories any way you can at SU). But, I digress. This is about the Bills. Don’t forget, he’s an offensive-minded coach who installed a high-octane offense with the Orange (helped by Nathaniel Hackett, Paul’s son. And oh by the way, how about a Hackett involved in a high-octane offense?! That’s like saying “jumbo shrimp” or ‘large mouse’). Coming from the Saints, he pretty much used their […]
With Andy Reid now in Kansas City, Marcas Grant looks at what it could mean for the fantasy value of Jamaal Charles and the rest of the Chiefs offense.
Jets coach Rex Ryan and Lions coach Jim Schwartz are the only surviving members of an 11-person group of head coaches hired in 2009. I was wondering what we can learn from this.