Tony Romo has exited stage left in San Francisco with an undisclosed injury, replaced by Jon Kitna to start the second half against the 49ers.
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Tony Romo should just be happy that people are talking about him.
Posted: Friday, May 20th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Cam Newton, Dave Dameshek, John Skelton, Jon Kitna, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Marcedes Lewis, Mark Ingram, Minnesota Vikings, Rick Spielman, Rookie Premiere
Who says the NFL and the NFLPA don’t get along? The NFLPA is holding its annual Rookie Premiere event in Los Angeles on Friday, with recent draft picks from all 32 teams on hand – mainly to have photos taken for football cards. The NFLPA has been kind enough to allow NFL Network and NFL.com cameras into the event,
Much ado about nothing, or an off-comment that has some merit? That is the question when it comes to Martellus Bennett‘s remarks regarding the need for a quarterback competition in Dallas.
Blame it on the “supermoon,” but Marvin Lewis is right. Things have gotten weird. How else to explain Jets’ coach Rex Ryan comparing himself to The Babe while throwing in some Roosevelt edict for good measure?
Posted: Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Brandon Gibson, Brandon Lloyd, Danario Alexander, Donnie Avery, J.T. O'Sullivan, Jon Kitna, Josh McDaniels, Kyle Orton, Laurent Robinson, Mark Clayton, Mike Martz, Randy Moss, Sam Bradford, Tom Brady
Who will be the 2011 version of wideout Brandon Lloyd? That player could end up being in St. Louis.
Eagles QB Michael Vick has been ruled out of Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Cowboys because of a leg injury.
Posted: Saturday, December 18th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Rex Grossman, Aaron Rodgers, Brandon Lloyd, Dallas Cowboys, David Garrard, Greg Jennings, Jon Kitna, Josh Freeman, Matt Flynn, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Rex Grossman, Tim Tebow
The Broncos will go with QB Tim Tebow, meaning that the Raiders defense will become an excellent play against the rival Broncos. This also means that you will want to bench WR Brandon Lloyd, which should probably be viewed as a good thing considering he has struggled in recent weeks.
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 […]
Posted: Thursday, December 9th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Brian Baldinger, Dallas Cowboys, Four Downs, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jason Garrett, Jon Kitna, LeSean McCoy, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, Steve Spagnuolo
My weekly look at game film brought up some interesting trends and truths. Four Downs starts this week with why I see the Jaguars winning the AFC South race.
The Cowboys trail 17-0 at the end of the first quarter, and Pro Bowl WR Miles Austin has left the game with a forearm injury.
Tim Tebow was a mild irritant for fantasy owners when he started sneaking touchdowns away from the other Broncos you actually had on your team. But Tebow could develop into a full-blown fantasy rash if the Broncos continue to falter down the stretch.
Quarterbacks are putting up some amazing numbers, yet many of us seem desensitized to the performances.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler struggled in 2009, but will be under the direction of new offensive coordinator Mike Martz in 2010. That could be viewed as either a good thing or a bad thing given Cutler’s tumultuous history.
When Tony Romo went down in Week 6, Brad Johnson proved to be a less-than-adequate replacement. Enter Jon Kitna, signed by the Cowboys this offseason to be the team’s No. 2 QB. True to form, Kitna — a three-year starter in Detroit — had a creative way of characterizing his new role to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.