Does the injury to New York Jets wideout Santonio Holmes provide hidden value for other players?
Posts Tagged ‘Matt Hasselbeck’
When the Tennessee Titans named Jake Locker the starting quarterback despite some so-so preseason performances many surmised the decision was based on his work during last season and this offseason.
Titans coach Mike Munchak confirmed that theory when he joined “NFL AM” on Tuesday morning.
Hello from Nashville, Tenn., where the Titans are getting ready to practice in a few hours. Right now, veteran LB Keith Bulluck is officially announcing his retirement, which is great to see. But for this year’s team, it’s all about the QBs.
Matt Hasselbeck had a big day yesterday, while Jake Locker was slightly innacurate. Locker, the 2011 first-round draft pick, has had other big days. So, who has the edge? What will determine it?
A couple minutes ago, I spoke with GM Ruston Webster. He broke it down.
Can Shonn Greene still produce big for fantasy football owners even though Tim Tebow will be a red-zone threat?
Hakeem Nicks could be ready for the start of the season, but he still comes with some risk as a WR1.
Titans coach Mike Munchak told me he is looking forward to watching QBs Jake Locker and Matt Hasselbeck compete for the starting job this offseason, and confirmed that the race will indeed be open.
Titans coach Mike Munchak admits to having a nice problem on his hands at the quarterback position.
Posted: Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Chris Johnson, Indianapolis Colts, Jake Locker, Jim Irsay, Kenny Britt, Mark Sanchez, Matt Hasselbeck, Mike Munchak, New York Jets, Peyton Manning, Santonio Holmes, Tennessee Titans
With front office changes in Indianapolis and the Colts holding the top pick in the draft, the future of Peyton Manning is very much undecided.
Posted: Saturday, December 24th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Feedback, Brandon Marshall, C.J. Spiller, Calvin Johnson, DeAngelo Williams, DeSean Jackson, frank gore, Hakeem Nicks, Jackie Battle, Jake Locker, John Skelton, Kregg Lumpkin, Kyle Orton, Larry Fitzgerald, LeGarrette Blount, Malcom Floyd, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Peyton Hillis, Rashard Mendhenall, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Thomas Jones, Tim Tebow, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Willis McGahee
A running log of NFL Week 16 from a fantasy perspective.
Count Titans QB Matthew Hasselbeck among the unswayed in response to his kicker’s grassroots bid for the Pro Bowl.
Losing Greg Jennings to a knee injury certainly will impact fantasy owners currently in the playoffs, but there is plenty of value to be found in the rest of Green Bay’s deep receiving corps.
Posted: Sunday, November 20th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Feedback, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Chris Ogbonnaya, Darren McFadden, Jake Locker, Josh Freeman, Larry Fitzgerald, LeGarrette Blount, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Hasselbeck, Matthew Stafford, Michael Bush, Nate Washington, Reggie Bush, Roddy White
With Reggie Bush, Michael Bush and Chris Ogbonnaya having good days, running back controversies could be brewing in a few different NFL locker rooms. That and more in the Week 11 fantasy feedback blog.
In this week’s quarterback rankings list, Philip Rivers falls out of the top five. Did Jason Smith see fit to leave him in the top 10?
Posted: Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Playbook, Akeem Ayers, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, Chris Johnson, Cortland Finnegan, Houston Texans, James Casey, Joel Dreessen, Jurrell Casey, Mario Williams, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Schaub, Nate Washington, Owen Daniels, Peyton Manning, Shaun Smith, Tennessee Titans, Wade Phillips
With the monotony of Indianapolis’ annual contention for the AFC South stifled by Peyton Manning’s injury, Houston and Tennessee will battle for the division lead Sunday as we approach the season’s midpoint.
Posted: Monday, October 17th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Reggie Wayne, Brandon Marshall, Carson Palmer, Chris Johnson, Curtis Painter, Dallas Clark, Darren McFadden, Donovan McNabb, Dwayne Bowe, Felix Jones, Kenny Britt, Kerry Collins, Kyle Orton, Matt Hasselbeck, Peyton Hillis
The football trade deadline is just that, dead. There is little to no excitement. There is no intrigue. Teams out of the race don’t send picks to other teams for future consideration like in other sports like baseball. Here are some trades I would love to see happen.