Mark Kriegel spends this edition of his “Just Sayin’” segment discussing the NFL’s big hits paradox.
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Is it time for the Jets to give Tim Tebow a shot at starting? Mark Kriegel says it is.
Former 49er Eric Davis has unique insight into how an NFL franchise in London could work.
Mark Kriegel opines on the importance the Baltimore Ravens defense has had on the NFL.
The Double Coverage guys debate whether Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP through seven weeks.
Mark Kriegel is Just Sayin’ you shouldn’t judge Cam Newton on early-season struggles.
Plaxico Burress says with Mark Sanchez getting comfortable in a new offense, he believes the quarterback can lead the Jets to a Super Bowl.
Joe Namath had some strong words about Tim Tebow‘s standing as the New York Jets’ backup quarterback.
The New York Jets have looked like a disheveled mess in the preseason with question marks on the offensive line and a media-fueled quasi-quarterback controversy leading some to consider the temperature setting on Rex Ryan’s office recliner.
“This isn’t all on Rex,” NFL Network and NFL.com’s Steve Wyche said Tuesday morning on “NFL AM” when asked of the head coach’s precarious predicament. “This is on (general manager) Mike Tannenbaum, who put that personnel in place, who signed some guys to some contracts that have become prohibitive. They don’t seem like they have a lot of depth in a lot of areas; the talent really isn’t there.”
With a sputtering Cardinals offense will Larry Fitzgerald be able to put up his usual number?
Posted: Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 | Kevin Patra Tags: NFL AM, Andrew Luck, Brandon Weeden, Eric Davis, Indianapolis Colts, Mark Kriegel, Miami Dolphins, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Ryan Tannehill, Steve Wyche
The “NFL AM” backfield came to a consensus on which rookie QB will have the best season.
Mark Kriegel says on “NFL AM” that watching Chad Johnson being cut was a seminal moment.
Vince Young could be battling for his final chance at a future in the NFL.
“NFL AM”’s Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel dissect D’Brickashaw Ferguson‘s “greatness” description of the Jets.