NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes checks in with a Halloween edition of Put Up Your Dukes, looking at which teams are tricks, and which are treats, heading into Week 8.
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Does a less-than 100 percent Brett Favre give the Vikings a better chance to win than Tarvaris Jackson?
Jamie Dukes takes an in-depth look at the five sides to the Randy Moss saga in New England.
NFL Network analysts Jamie Dukes and Trent Green discuss how to get the 0-2 Dallas Cowboys back on track, and both agree it starts with a committment to the running game.
Of all the hot stories around the NFL on Thursday, the topic du joir at NFL Network is the immediate future of Vincent Jackson.
We’ve been witness to some vintage Chris Johnson in the first half of the Titans/Raiders tilt.
NFL Nation, it’s finally here. Welcome to the first Sunday of Wee 1.
NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes takes a look at the Week 1 headlines in the first installment of Put Up Your Dukes, and says what the Vikings need is a heavy dose of Adrian Peterson.
Amid reports the Redskins and Titans have had trade discussions, Jason La Canfora, Michael Lombardi and Jamie Dukes discussed the latest surrounding Albert Haynesworth on NFL Total Access.
The Cardinals have made the switch from Matt Leinart to Derek Anderson, at least for the team’s third preseason game against the Bears.
Posted: Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Flanagan, Dave Dameshek, Jamie Dukes, Jason La Canfora, Lindsay Soto, Marshall Faulk, Michael Fabiano, Michelle Beisner, Nick Bakay, Rich Eisen, Rod Woodson, Warren Sapp
A number of the NFL.com and NFL Network talent got together recently to draft a fantasy league that you can follow along right here.
At some point, we expect Shawne Merriman to sign his restricted free agent tender, report to the Chargers, and play football. But there’s no telling exactly when that will be.
Alabama coach Nick Saban called agents “pimps” this week during the SEC media day. Our Jamie Dukes said that root of the problem was money. Colleges and universities are making a mint of college players who are helpless to earn more money.
Which players are missing from the Pro Football Hall of Fame? NFL Network analysts Brian Baldinger and Jamie Dukes debated on Tuesday.
Posted: Monday, July 12th, 2010 | Alison Garber Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Best in biz, Donovan McNabb, Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Jamie Dukes, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Tony Romo
We asked, you definitely answered. NFL Network’s Jamie Dukes gave you the top 5 quarterbacks in the business — Donovan McNabb, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Peyton Manning — and it doesn’t include a certain “will he or won’t he” QB.