If you survived the loss of Aaron Rodgers for most of last week’s game – and his 2.34-point performance – you should at least know his status well before his Week 15 contest in New England. According to the Packers official Twitter page, the decision on Rodgers’ status will be made on Saturday. That’s good news, as the game is slated for Sunday night. If Rodgers is expected to start, obviously you put him into your lineup and don’t think twice about it. But if it’s announced that he’ll be inactive, you’ll have to resort of other options. Luckily, there are some good ones still on the waiver wire in most NFL.com leagues. Based on the matchups, Josh Freeman (41.5 […]
Posts Tagged ‘Jason Campbell’
Aftering riding a hot hand in Jason Campbell, Raiders coach Tom Cable has decided that hand has cooled off. Cable has pulled Cambell during the third quarter against the Steelers, looking for a spark from Bruce Gradkowksi.
Posted: Monday, November 1st, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: BenJarvis Green-Ellis, Brandon Banks, David Garrard, Deion Sanders, Jason Campbell, LeGarrette Blount, Let's Go Primetime, Ndamukong Suh, NFL GameDay
The Halloween edition of Let’s Go Primetime brought some new players to Deion Sanders’ weekly list of top performers.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden said that he is 70/30 to play this week against the Broncos, according to the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter).
Raiders RB Darren McFadden (hamstring) was limited in practice on Friday, and is listed questionable against the 49ers. QB Bruce Gradkowski (right shoulder) missed practice and he, too, is listed as questionable.
Bruce Gradkowski didn’t make it through the first quarter Sunday against the Chargers.
The Raiders need a quarterback with swagger and substance, and the team will rally around the play of Bruce Gradkowski.
Raiders coach Tom Cable would not select his starting quarterback for Sunday. And why would he? Todd Haley will not put in his best running back. Norv Turner likes to take out Ryan Mathews near the goal line. Why should Cable make life easier for the fantasy enthusiasts and select his starting quarterback? Did Jason Campbell bomb during six quarters of football? He did. Did Bruce Gradkowski rally his team and look much sharper at quarterback? Of course he did. So will Cable make the right decision to start Gradkowski? Eh. Now normally you would not care about starting a Raiders quarterback. Or any Raiders player, for that matter. But with a looming matchup against the Cardinals, Gradkowski is somebody […]
Just three halves into his career with the team, the Raiders benched Jason Campbell in favor of Bruce Gradkowski with the Raiders trailing 7-3 going into the third quarter.
There is a burning desire to make Lions QB Shaun Hill a sleeper pick this week — maybe even a bold prediction — after he was selected as the starter vs. the Eagles. But I just do not have the fortitude to make such a pick.
Posted: Sunday, September 12th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Calvin Johnson, Darren McFadden, Jacoby Jones, Jahvid Best, Jake Delhomme, Jason Campbell, Kevin Walter, Matt Forte, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Michael Turner, Mike Martz, Mohamed Massaquoi, Overreaction Theater, Peyton Hillis, Shaun Hill
Here is the thing that gets overlooked in a game like the Titans blowout of the Raiders. RB Darren McFadden actually had a good game. Seriously. Well, at least fantasy wise.
Posted: Saturday, August 28th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Arian Foster, Bernard Berrian, Brian Westbrook, C.J. Spiller, Carson Palmer, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Daunte Culpepper, Dave Dameshek, Derek Anderson, frank gore, Greg Camarillo, Jason Campbell, Jeff Garcia, Jeff George, Matt Forte, Matt Leinart, Matt Moore, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Crabtree, Mike Williams, Montario Hardesty, Zach Miller
The Cardinals will give QB Derek Anderson a chance to prove that he should be the team’s signal caller as they travel to Chicago to take on the Bears.
Posted: Saturday, August 21st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Arian Foster, Brian Urlacher, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Jake Delhomme, Jason Campbell, Julius Peppers, Matt Forte, Oakland Raiders, Otto Graham, Overreaction Theater
Texans RB Arian Foster will be benched for the entire season!
At least that is the snap judgement in this edition of Overreaction Theater.