Posts Tagged ‘J.T. O’Sullivan’

Who’s the sleeper wideout in St. Louis?

Who will be the 2011 version of wideout Brandon Lloyd? That player could end up being in St. Louis.

Ochocinco handling kicking duties for Bengals

There are, sometimes, very entertaining aspects to preseason football. On Thursday night, we have Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco to thank for that.

Bengals expected to sign former 49ers QB O’Sullivan

For the second consecutive day, the Bengals replaced one of its departed free agents.

Roundup: Simms, Grossman making visits

A pair of backups with starting experience — Chris Simms and Rex Grossman — are making their free agent visits.

Ugh…O’Sullivan benched for Hill

Did we really expect J.T. O’Sullivan to keep the starting job in San Francisco all season?

O’Sullivan continues to impress Belichick

Back in 2006, the quarterback New England kept on its practice squad was J.T. O’Sullivan. Now, the Patriots will go from working with O’Sullivan to playing against him as New England readies to play San Francisco.

This is why you start Kurt Warner!

Kurt Warner’s numbers in the first half of this afternoon’s game against the Jets were uglier than the 1989 Dallas Cowboys.

But right at this very moment, the veteran quarterback has thrown for 402 yards and two touchdowns!

O’Sullivan bashing the Lions

So I guess J.T. stands for Just Touchdowns.

O’Sullivan has thrown for two scores (6, 24) in the first half against what is an embarrassing Lions defense. The veteran was a tremendous fantasy sleeper heading into the week, and he’s meeting expectations.

Martz ‘projects’ face off this Sunday

When quarterbacks J.T. O’Sullivan and Jon Kitna face off this weekend, it’s another chance for 49ers offensive coordinator Mike Martz to see two of his projects in action.

Cardinals-49ers inactives

Cardinals inactives: QB Brian St. Pierre (3rd), RB J.J. Arrington, T Brandon Keith, DT Alan Branch, WR Early Doucet, TE Jerame Tuman, DT Gabe Watson.

Analysis: RB Tim Hightower will see all of the carries behind RB Edgerrin James with Arrington out. WR Steve Breaston will be the team’s third wideout.

O’Sullivan wins starting job

J.T. O’Sullivan has won the starting job in San Francisco. Does this mean you pick him first overall in your fantasy draft? Not so much. Hey, just because Mike Martz risks his career on journeymen quarterbacks doesn’t mean you do the same to your fantasy team.

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