Posts Tagged ‘Jamie Dukes’

Fantasy Live Podcast: Use the force

It’s a special “Star Wars” edition of “Fantasy Live” as Elliot Harrison and Michael Fabiano chat with Jamie Dukes, take callers with lineup questions, and go over which “Star Wars” movie is the best.

Dukes reminisces about White, Brown

NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes had the (mis)fortune of lining up opposite Eagles defensive linemen Reggie White and Jerome Brown, both of whom are featured in Thursday’s episode of “A Football Life.”

Instant Debate: Who will be unbeaten longest?

Things get heated when Jamie Dukes and Tom Waddle go head-to-head on a numver hot topics, including Jay Cutler‘s reliability standing behind a shaky offensive line, and which team will remain undefeated the longest.

Dukes: Don’t discount Newton’s leadership

NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes believes leadership is an underrated aspect of what Cam Newton brings to the table for the Panthers.

The DDFP: Talkin’ ball with Jamie Dukes

With only a fortnight left ’til the season kicks off, Dave and Rank welcome NFL Network/Atlanta Falcon/Florida State Seminole/good guy Jamie Dukes to the studio to kibbitz about Peyton Manning and the Colts’ QB situation, Chris Johnson’s future in Tennessee and the Miami Hurricanes’ mess.

For many, jury is still out on Kevin Kolb

One of the major storylines of the locked-out offseason has been where Kevin Kolb will land when the lockout finally ends, and in the four months of non-activity the Eagles’ backup quarterback has ascended to the status of an elixir for the handful of teams still needing a starter.

Mason: Critics are ‘very, very scared’ of Flacco

Ravens WR Derrick Mason has heard the criticism of his QB, Joe Flacco, and has a theory as to why opponents target him.

First and 10: Remembering a great American

It wouldn’t be a salute to America’s finest here at the NFL if we didn’t take a moment to remember someone who put the NFL a distant second behind his love of country: Pat Tillman.

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.

Will Bears, Chiefs fall victim to playoff hangovers?

With “The Hangover II” opening on Memorial Day weekend, “NFL Total Access” made the natural segue into which NFL playoff teams will suffer a football hangover in 2011. 

Sapp: It’s ‘not even close,’ Reed is NFL’s best safety

Who should be rated higher among the two players widely considered the best safeties in the NFL?

Dukes: Moss could help Jets as vertical threat

It remains to be seen what type of market will exist for Moss, or how quickly it would develop in what looks to be a deep field of veteran, free agent receivers. NFL Network’s Jamie Dukes says the Jets should take interest in Moss if don’t bring back Braylon Edwards.

Dukes: Bengals’ Brown can’t go against precedent

To the surprise of few, Bengals owner Mike Brown refuses to back off his stance that he won’t trade QB Carson Palmer. Brown hasn’t wavered since Palmer’s request to be traded, and few expect him to do so.

Dukes: Chicago is best fit for T.O.

NFL Network’s Jamie Dukes believes free agent Terrell Owens can still play at a Pro Bowl level if he lands with a team that has a solid quarterback next season.

Future of Randy Moss raises plenty of questions

Veteran wide receiver — and future Hall of Famer — Randy Moss presents one of the most intriguing names when the free-agent market eventually opens.

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