Last resort: The Browns lost in embarrassing fashion at home to the Jaguars in Week 13. And while Brandon Weeden made some costly errors, he wasn’t really the main reason they lost this time. Josh Gordon gave Weeden a big assist in his big day, but now Weeden is under concussion protocol, which means it’s very possible the team will start newly acquired QB Alex Tanney, who is better known for his entertaining trick shot mastery than any NFL success. Tanney is the only healthy QB on Cleveland’s roster right now, so if you happen to have any experience playing QB and aren’t predisposed this Sunday. you might want to send your résumé down to the folks in Berea, OH. Anyhow, […]
Posts Tagged ‘Jay Cutler’
Case not closed: So, the Texans didn’t need much time to declare Case Keenum will start in Week 12 against the Jaguars. “I’ve got total confidence in him,” said coach Gary Kubiak. Except most of his fantasy owners don’t anymore after the inexplicably poor performance against a Raiders secondary that doesn’t exactly terrify opposing quarterbacks. If you own Keenum, I’m sorry. I really don’t know what to tell you, other than the Jags defense presents a good opportunity for him to get back on track. Nonetheless, keep your other options as open as possible. I wouldn’t start Keenum this week unless I had absolutely zero alternatives. Have a seat, Jay: The Bears have already ruled out Jay Cutler (ankle, […]
Martin may play again? Bucs head coach Greg Schiano said Doug Martin will return to action this season only if doctors believe he can’t do further damage to his shoulder. Martin will eventually need surgery to repair the torn labrum he suffered in his shoulder, but he is hoping to play through the pain for the rest of this season and delay the surger until the offseason. However, I still think it’s unlikely Martin returns until 2014. The Bucs are still searching for their first win of the season, and not much can be gained by risking further injury to the centerpiece of their offense going forward. If you own Martin, don’t hesitate to dump him if a more productive […]
Posted: Monday, October 21st, 2013 | johnjuhasz Tags: Brandon Weeden, Chicago Bears, Doug Martin, Jay Cutler, Jermichael Finley, Reggie Wayne, Sam Bradford, Brandon Weeden, Chicago Bears, Doug Martin, Jay Cutler, Jermichael Finley, Reggie Wayne, Sam Bradford
Cutler among those injured in Week 7: What a rough week for a number of fantasy staples, if not superstars. Sam Bradford and Reggie Wayne both had torn ACLs. Brian Cushing had disgusting and unimaginable injuries to his knee. Jermichael Finley suffered a concussion and was in ICU through most of Monday. Doug Martin may or may not be out for the year depending on whether you believe Greg Schiano. And as long as we’re at it, let’s just add Jay Cutler to the list. Bears head coach Marc Trestman told reporterson Monday that Cutler will miss “a minimum” of four weeks with a torn groin muscle and will be “week to week” after that point. Trestman said Cutler told him he […]
Posted: Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 | Adam Rank Tags: Vernon Davis, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Jay Cutler, Jimmy Graham, Marc Trestman, Matt Forte, Michael Crabtree, Reggie Wayne, Rob Gronkowski, T.Y. Hilton, Vernon Davis
Allow me this obvious statement, but the 49ers are going to need somebody to step up with Michael Crabtree out. And Vernon Davis is the guy I like to step up.
Posted: Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 | Adam Rank Tags: The Real World, Adrian Peterson, Buddy Nix, Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton, James Harrison, Jay Cutler, Larry Fitzgerald, MTV, Ray Lewis, Real world, Russell Wilson, Terence Newman, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady, Zoltan Mesko
“The Real World” debuts its 28th season on Wednesday night. But what would happen if seven NFL players were picked to live in a house, stopped being polite and started getting real.
In today’s Three and Out: Will Jay Cutler run the read option?; Danny Amendola and Jamaal Charles could have multiple roles this season.
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.
Posted: Sunday, December 30th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Charles Tillman, Mikel Leshoure, Tim Jennings, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Jay Cutler, Madden Curse, Matthew Stafford, playoffs
Week 17 has finally arrived. The Detroit Lions will not be returning to the playoffs, and since Calvin Johnson has already claimed the record for receiving yards in a single, the Lions looked to play spoiler to the playoff hopes of their division rival Chicago Bears.
The San Francisco 49ers host the Chicago Bears in a highly anticipated matchup among two of the league’s best teams. Both teams are coming off of disappointing performances in their prior outing; San Francisco is coming off of a frustrating tie against St. Louis, and Chicago lost a sloppy 13-6 slugfest against Houston. With Alex Smith out, it becomes especially important that the 49ers gets their ground game on track to make things easier on second-year QB Colin Kaepernick as he makes his first NFL start. Behind Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter, the 49ers lead the NFL averaging 170.2 rushing yards per game on a staggering 5.61 yards per carry, and look to exploit a Bears defense that has had […]
Could New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow still get his shot as a starter regardless of what Rex Ryan wants?
Israel Idonije says he believes the 2012 Bears defense might be better than the 2006 version.
Before we get started, that headline is a total lie. If you clicked here to read my body language analysis, stop reading and go watch CNN. I just saw a body language “expert” breaking down the presidential debate last night… which I’m sure is riveting. Is there a more ridiculous thing around? No, I’m not going to analyze body language. What I am going to analyze is facts. Like, how Bears QB Jay Cutler was destroyed by Ndamukong Suh’s side suplex, only to return one play later and lead his team to victory. And words, which are what Panthers QB Cam Newton uses after each loss. Like how Newton said, “I think you can go around the locker room and expect […]
Anybody who needed a minimum of four points from Calvin Johnson on Monday night must have felt pretty good about their chances. But the nightmare was only beginning.
Posted: Sunday, October 7th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Unexpected (and expected), A.J. Green, Andrew Luck, Andy Reid, Harrison Smith, Jay Cutler, Julio Jones, Kirk Cousins, Marvin Lewis, Mike Nugent, Mike Shanahan, Reggie Wayne, RG3, San Francisco 49ers
The NFC North is a two-team race, just as we all figured. What we didn’t figure was it would be the Chicago Bears (well, we kinda figured them) and the Minnesota Vikings (nobody saw it coming). The Bears and Vikings won in a pair of laughers, but the Packers?