Posts Tagged ‘Josh Freeman’

Arian Foster says he’ll be ready for OTAs

In today’s Three and Out: Arian Foster says he’s feeling good; Andre Roberts didn’t get what he wished for, but could come out okay in the end.

Vikings in the market for a quarterback

In today’s Three and Out: The Vikings are looking for a quarterback while the Cowboys QB is getting a bigger job.

Norv Turner planning big changes for Adrian Peterson

In today’s Three and Out: Norv Turner wants to find new ways to get Adrian Peterson the ball; the Jets are looking to upgrade at wide receiver.

Freeman now a free man

Buccaneers release QB Josh Freeman: We’ve officially entered the Mike Glennon show. The Bucs tried to trade Josh Freeman, but no one was interested, so they let him go. He’ll probably catch on with another team eventually, but his fall from grace hasn’t been very enjoyable to watch. Glennon has no fantasy value until he figures out how to run this offense efficiently. Doug Martin is also going to struggle as the Bucs try to develop a passing game. If you somehow owned or started Freeman on your team, you have some QB shopping to do. Stat. Spiller a game-time decision: Those of you who own C.J. Spiller are in a bit of a bind. He’s a game-time decision against […]

Greg Schiano backs Josh Freeman as QB

In today’s Three and Out: Josh Freeman in the man in Tampa; Giovani Bernard could fill multiple roles and Michael Crabtree’s comeback attempt begins.

Fantasy Post Mortem: This is why you start Calvin Johnson

You’ve heard this before, but this is why you always play your studs. Calvin Johnson has led the world this season in being tackled at the 1-yard line. No, seriously. Elias passed along this note before the start of NFL Fantasy Live on Sunday which said Megatron had been tackled at the 1-yard line after four of his catches. And each time, the Lions ran the ball in each time, and did not go to Johnson.

Trying to make sense of the Tampa Bay Bucs… playoff contender?

It’s no secret that I’ve been high on the Bucs all season. I wrote about their sudden transformation in the summer, then picked Greg Schiano as my coach of the year candidate.┬áBut too often, they’ve earned hard-fought, tough losses instead of wins. It made them a quick team to forget about when it comes to the playoff picture. But did last night change things? Did their 36-17 beatdown of the home Vikings alter their course? Forget about being a rare road team to win on Thursday… though they are. They took down a 5-2 team in a game that wasn’t close with the nation watching in the best way. They ruined everything the Vikings were trying to do, forced Adrian […]

Fantasy Post Mortem: Don’t sell high on Chris Johnson

Here’s a look back at the top storylines from Week 7.

NFL Press Conference Fashion: Week 1

When it comes to fashion, our NFL stars might not go all out like their NBA counterparts. If the September issue of GQ is any indication, however, we are going to see more style off the field this season. Here’s the best fashion from Week 1:

Doug Williams: Climate changed ‘tremendously’ for black QBs

Doug Williams became the first post-merger African-American quarterback selected in round one of the NFL draft in 1978 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers grabbed the Grambling State signal caller with the 17th pick.

Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III were drafted No. 1 and No. 2 overall, respectively, in the past two NFL drafts.

Fantasy football: Derrick Brooks sees value in Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers legend Derrick Brooks weighs in on the fantasy football impact current Bucs players can have in 2012.

NFL Fantasy football: Greg Jennings sitdown

Packers wideout Greg Jennings sees 8-10 touchdowns in his future, but he has some exciting predictions when it comes to his fellow Packers teammates.

NFL Fantasy football: Rivers a reliable option

Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers is expected to have a bounce-back year in 2012, but will he be able to overcome the loss of Vincent Jackson?

Three and out: Fantasy concern about Beanie Wells

Beanie Wells has value as a No. 2 fantasy runner, but another knee surgery is definitely cause for at least some concern.

Polian says he’s never seen anything like RG3

Former Colts executive Bill Polian knows what a special quarterback looks like, having drafted four-time MVP Peyton Manning.

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