Posts Tagged ‘Mark Sanchez’

NFL fantasy football: Ahmad Bradshaw, Steelers talking

In today’s Three and Out: Ahmad Bradshaw is drawing interest from the Steelers; Mark Sanchez has a new teacher and the Chiefs have a new coach with a special title.

NFL fantasy football: David Garrard eyes starting job

In today’s Three and Out: David Garrard likes his chances in New York; the latest news is no news on Victor Cruz and the Packers could sport a RB rotation in 2013.

Fantasy football free agency tracker

The NFL.com fantasy crew tracks some of the key free agent movement and how it will affect fantasy values heading into 2013.

NFL fantasy football: Michael Turner released by Falcons

In today’s Three and Out: Michael Turner is out in Atlanta while the Eagles and Jets are looking to bring quarterbacks in.

Tom Brady Contract Demands

Tom Brady restructured his contract to help out the Patriots salary cap situation. But he worked in a few special requests to sweeten his side of the deal…

NFL fantasy: Mark Sanchez to compete for starting job

In today’s Three and Out: Mark Sanchez will have to compete for his job; Cam Newton may change the way he does his job and no word on when Heath Miller will be able to do his job again.

NFL fantasy: C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson to run ‘a multiple set’

In today’s Three and Out: the Bills will keep rotating RBs; the Bears want a new deep-threat WR and the Jets want additional help at QB.

NFL fantasy football: Jets could look very different in 2013

The New York Jets have fired their defensive and offensive coordinators. Marcas Grant looks at what this could mean for the team’s fantasy fortunes heading into 2013.

The Drop – The Jets Season Explained in One Play – 2012 NFL-ballooza

I make no apologies for being a Jets fan. In fact, they should apologize to me for 2012, but we’ll save that for another day. Despite a lack of wins, they stayed in the headlines all year long. For every circus attraction that was their season, the biggest moment wasn’t the Butt Fumble, or the Sanchez Drama. Or the Rex Ryan drama. Or the Tebow drama. Okay, there was a lot of drama. In fact, more drama than victories, for sure. BUT. (Not Butt as in fumble) BUT. What never gets talked about was a moment that could have not only saved the Jets season, but possibly catapulted them to the playoffs. In Week 7, the 3-3 Jets played 3-3 […]

Top Ten NFL Pop Culture Moments in 2012 – 2012 NFL-ballooza

1. Rex Ryan: Oscar Nominee? What was the biggest bit of acting from the Jets this season? Rex Ryan in the Adam Sandler vehicle “That’s My Boy” or the Jets masquerading as a playoff contender deep into the season? 2. Donald Driver wins Dancing With The Stars Years after he perfected the Lambeau Leap, Donald Driver took his dancing shoes to ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Like Emmitt Smith and Hines Ward before him, Driver took the mirror ball trophy. Does a Lombardi loom in his future this year? 3. Heinz Ward and the Steelers in The Dark Knight Rises Associated Press The Dark Knight had many unbelievable moments. Like why did the Gotham City Police Department walk in a […]

On the road with the New York Jets QBs: The Backup Trip

Jason Smith ponders what a cross-country road trip between the New York Jets quarterbacks might sound like.

It’s Wonderful NFL Life: Reasons for hope for your team

Every year many of us gather around the TV to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a lovely Christmas tale where George Bailey is given a second chance on life after a visit from a guardian angel. And many of you are likely a little morose after your team has failed to reach the playoffs in 2012. Well, consider me your Clarence as I show you why there is reason for hope with your favorite team. And without further ado …

Fantasy football: Shonn Greene could carry heavy load

With Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez riding the pine, will Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell see a heavier workload?

“You can’t handle the truth!” 5 truths NFL teams need to hear

As the season draws to a close, many teams are left searching for answers as they prepare to watch the playoffs from home. But what many teams really need, is a heavy dose of the truth as they look toward the 2013 season. In honor of the 20th anniversary of A Few Good Men, here are five teams that are entitled to know the truth about themselves, but just might not be able to handle it.

The Unexpected (and expected) for week 14: Duck, Ref!

Not sure if you were paying attention, or taking an open-eyed snooze like some NFL referees, but it’s week 14 and the playoff race is heating up as more teams drop out, and one pesky team hangs on for dear life.

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