One of the more intriguing names in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft is Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton. Not only regarding where he’ll be drafted, but the inevitable comparisons to failed (so far) quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young.
Posts Tagged ‘Josh Freeman’
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: Wednesday, December 15th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Matt Cassel, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Brodie Croyle, David Garrard, Dwayne Bowe, Josh Freeman, Keanu Reeves, Matt Cassel, Tyler Palko
The Chiefs are apparently eager to rush QB Matt Cassel back into the lineup after an appendectomy. But if you saw QBs Brodie Croyle and Tyler Palko play against the Chargers, you can certainly understand why.
The Chiefs announced that QB Matt Cassel underwent an appendectomy Wednesday. The procedure was successful according to the team, and the Chiefs said they expect Cassel to return to work this week.
If you advanced to the fantasy playoffs with Broncos QB Kyle Orton leading your team, congratulations. Especially after yesterday’s disaster. What was that, two points from Orton?
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.
Pulling in a couple of fantasy thoughts from the Twitterverse: TD, Peyton Hillis. The man is matchup proof! 8 carries, 52 yards, TD vs. the Jets. Wow. LeGarrette Blount on pace for a huge game — 78 yards, TD on six carries. Someone named Josh Vaughan just scored for the Panthers. He was on the practice squad earlier in the week! Mike Sims-Walker injured…bad news for fantasy owners if he can’t come back … Chad Ochocinco scores a TD. Figures. I benched him this week … Josh Freeman is so underrated. Another TD. Do you guys think he could be a top-10 fantasy QB next season? Where do you guys see him being drafted in 2011? Round 5? Round 6? […]
Tom Brady is expected to play against the Steelers, but should you play him on your fantasy team?
Josh Freeman joined “Around the League” to discuss the Buccaneers’ win over the Bengals, the team’s 3-1 start to the season and why the team expects to play well.
Did anybody think that Michael Vick‘s ribs would be the most watched ribs since God broke off a piece of Adam back in the day? Although, I may exaggerate just a touch.
I got an up close look at the Buccaneers in Week 2, and I came away very impressed with the work of coach Raheem Morris and quarterback Josh Freeman.
Posted: Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Brian Westbrook, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, Donovan McNabb, Houston Texans, Josh Freeman, Knowshon Moreno, New England Patriots, Owen Daniels, Randy Moss, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins
Patriots WR Randy Moss missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness. Bellyaching about a new contract perhaps? Not that Moss would stoop to anything so low, because we all remember that he tried his absolute hardest during his tenure with the Raiders.
The reports coming out of Tampa Bay suggest Josh Freeman’s broken right thumb isn’t going to be an issue.
Posted: Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: A.J. Smith, Brandon Jacobs, Chase Daniels, Clinton Portis, Dexter McCluster, Frank Tadych, Jack Del Rio, Jake Grove, Jamaal Charles, Jimmy Clausen, Joe Berger, Joe Flacco, Josh Freeman, Kamerion Wimbley, Larry Johnson, Marcus McNeill, Matt Moore, Mike Sims-Walker, Mike Williams, Montrae Holland, Ramses Barden, Ricky Williams, Robert Brewster, Steven Jackson, Terrell Suggs, Thomas Jones, Tom Cable, Tony Romo, Tra Thomas
On the day after 11 games filled the NFL preseason schedule, here’s a look at what stories are on the radar.