In conjunction with NFL.com’s midseason awards and projections this week, the podcast looked heavily at what teams have a realistic shot at the playoffs — like Chicago — and what teams are on greased skids to start getting heavily into draft preparation.
Posts Tagged ‘John Beck’
Posted: Monday, October 17th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Al Davis, Detroit Lions, Donovan McNabb, Jason Campbell, Jerry Jones, Jim Harbaugh, Jim Schwartz, John Beck, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders, Rex Grossman, San Francisco 49ers, Sean Payton, Steve Mariucci, Tom Brady
The near-fight between 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and Lions coach Jim Schwartz was the talk of the NFL on Sunday, overshadowing San Francisco’s 25-19 victory over previously undefeated Detroit.
Rex Grossman will be the Redskins’ starting quarterback in Week 1, according to team sources.
Posted: Thursday, September 1st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Indianapolis Colts, John Beck, Kerry Collins, Mike Kafka, Philadelphia Eagles, Rex Grossman, Vince Young, Washington Redskins
Kerry Collins is preparing as if he will start Week 1 for Indianapolis, which should concern Colts fans and fantasy owners alike.
There is an opportunity for the Redskins starting quarterback to be a productive fantasy player. If only John Beck or Rex Grossman would get the nod.
Posted: Friday, August 19th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Cam Newton, Dick Vermeil, Fantasy football, John Beck, Kevin Kolb, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, Rex Grossman, Sidney Rice, Washington Redskins
The Cam Newton show heads to Miami tonight as the Carolina Panthers tackle the Dolphins. Kevin Kolb and the Arizona Cardinals visit Green Bay and the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Baltimore on a night featuring six preseason games.
Posted: Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Andy Dalton, Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, John Beck, John Harbaugh, Mark Sanchez, Ndamukong Suh, New York Jets, Rex Grossman, Rex Ryan, Terrelle Pryor, University of Miami, Washington Redskins
Several high-profile NFL players can expect to get some uncomfortable questions Wednesday. A former Miami Hurricanes booster serving a 20-year prison sentence for masterminding a Ponzi scheme told Yahoo! Sports he gave money, cars, yacht trips, jewelry, televisions and other gifts to several current NFL stars. Find out all the details.
If recent reports are true, dynasty league owner of Knowshon Moreno need to keep close tabs on what the Broncos do at running back once the lockout ends.
If Lions QB Matthew Stafford can stay healthy, he’s going to be a major breakout candidate in fantasy leagues.
I also don’t see Cam Newton as much of a fantasy option, at least not as a rookie. If Newton does beat out Jimmy Clausen for the top spot on Carolina’s depth chart, he’ll be worth a late-round flier in deeper, seasonal leagues. But that’s about the extend of his fantasy value.
Maurice Jones-Drew, the NFL’s second-leading rusher, won’t play in the Jaguars’ home game against the Redskins because of a knee injury that kept him out of practice all week.
It’s officially on paper: Donovan McNabb is the Redskins’ backup QB.
The Ravens signed Marc Bulger as an insurance policy to back up QB Joe Flacco — a sound investment strategy for a team with Super Bowl aspirations. But Flacco doesn’t seem happy about it.
Safety Ed Reed is rehabbing, but he might not be ready for the beginning of the season.