Rex Ryan went out of his way to tout Darrelle Revis as the NFL’s best player. But is Revis even the best cornerback in the league?
Posts Tagged ‘Jim Mora’
Since their bye week, Bears have proven they can win with balance.
Posted: Friday, January 7th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Jim Harbaugh, Alex Karras, Butch Davis, Chuck Fairbanks, Jim Mora, Lane Kiffin, Lou Holtz, McLean Stevenson, Mike Riley, Nick Saban, Pete Carroll, Pick Six, Steve Spurrier
You cannot blame Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh for considering a leap to the NFL. The allure of an NFL coaching gig can be very strong.
But sometimes the grass is not always greener, Jim. This is the kind of thinking that compelled McLean Stevenson to leave “M*A*S*H” to star in his own sitcom, “Hello, Larry”. Sometimes the best job is the one you don’t leave.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo joined Brian Billick and Jim Mora to discuss the Rams’ improved defense, QB Sam Bradford and leading the NFC West.
Where does Derek Anderson’s postgame rant after Monday night’s loss to the 49ers rank among the NFL’s all-time best meltdowns?
The “NFL Total Access” crew weighed in on the biggest question of the day Monday: Did the Redskins make the right move by signing Donovan McNabb to a five-year extension?
Jim Mora’s plan for fixing the Dallas Cowboys would start with cutting CB Michael Jenkins, who he believes committed “high treason” by giving up on a touchdown reception by the Packers.
NFL Network analysts Brian Billick and Jim Mora discuss the decision by Vikings coach Brad Childress to tell his team that Randy Moss would be waived.
Two old school football coaches have one solution to possibly eliminate helmet-to-helmet hits in the NFL … make it old school again. As in, eliminate the facemasks. Or even helmets.
NFL Network analysts Jim Mora, Mike Mayock, Solomon Wilcots and Charles Davis discussed whether the league handled Tuesday’s fines for helmet-to-helmet hits correctly.
Michael Vick‘s resurgence has been one of the biggest stories of the NFL season, and he opened up about his past for the first time publicly during a candid interview with his former coach, Jim Mora.
The 49ers have fired OC Jimmy Raye. So what’s next?
Is Brett Favre worth the wait, and the ordeal the Vikings are dealing with in order to get him back? NFL Network analysts Matt Millen and Jim Mora say yes on both accounts.
Posted: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Smith, Baltimore Ravens, Bill Belichick, Brian Brohm, Buddy Nix, Buffalo Bills, Chad Pennington, DeSean Jackson, Jamaal Charles, Jason Taylor, Jim Mora, Jimmy Clausen, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Pat Kirwan, Philadelphia Eagles, Robert Kraft, Ryan Fitzpatrick, San Francisco 49ers, Scott Pioli, Seattle Seahawks, Terrell Suggs, Thomas Jones, Tod Leiweke, Tony Sparano, Trent Edwards
Former Seahawks coach Jim Mora is still bitter over his ouster in Seattle, and pulled no punches during a recent interview on The Kevin Calabro Show on Monday afternoon on ESPN 710 in Seattle.
In addition to firing head coach Jim Mora today, the seahawks continue to look for a new general manager. One name that has been taken off that list is Eric DeCosta.