The NFL is on the verge of breaking the single-season record for 400-yard passing games. And we’re only through Week 5. Perhaps the most surprising part is just who is putting up these gaudy numbers so far.
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Posted: Thursday, October 6th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Michael Vick, Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Eli Manning, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Ryan, Ryan Fitzpatrick
Eli Manning tops Jason Smith’s list of the fantasy quarterbacks outside of the top five to target.
We have reached the quarter pole and hopefully all of you are undefeated at 4-0. Let’s look at some of the top stories for Tuesday.
Posted: Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells, Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Denarius Moore, Houston Texans, Jerome Bettis, Jerome Brown, Matt Hasselbeck, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, Nnamdi Asomugha, Paul Alexander, Philadelphia Eagles, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Reggie White
Get an early clue about next year’s Class of 2012 when the Pro Football Hall of Fame releases its preliminary list of nominees on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET. Log onto NFL.com or tune into NFL Network for full coverage.
Posted: Tuesday, September 27th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Data Points, Aaron Rodgers, Dan Marino, Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Schaub, Matthew Stafford, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tom Brady
On Tuesday, we told you that five quarterbacks are still on pace to break Dan Marino‘s single-season passing yardage record. As it turns out, 2011 is shaping up to be a banner year for passing efficiency as well.
Kenny Britt is officially out for the year, which could open opportunities for a trio of Titans receivers.
Posted: Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Kevin Kolb, Matt Hasselbeck, Rex Grossman, Tennessee Titans, Tim Tebow, Tony Romo, Washington Redskins
With so many quarterbacks posting big numbers this season, Jason Smith wonders who are the top 12 to target?
Posted: Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 | Steve Wyche Tags: Cover Two Podcast, Aaron Rodgers, Bucky Brooks, Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, Christian Ponder, Donovan McNabb, Jake Locker, Joe Person, Matt Hasselbeck, Minnesota Vikings, Steve Wyche, Tennessee Titans
For all these months during the lockout, rookie quarterbacks Christian Ponder and Jake Locker looked like they had inside tracks to be their respective teams’ starters. Then we got back to football.
Matt Hasselbeck doesn’t have a ton of fantasy value, but he sure helps the stock of the players around him in Tennessee.
The Vikings are looking at four to five veteran QBs, a source with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday, and as I’ve been reporting since before the lockout, Donovan McNabb is a top option.
Terrell Owens could be back for the end of the preseason, but fantasy owners should temper expectations for the aging wideout.
If the Ravens release Willis McGahee as expected, the fantasy appeal of Ray Rice is going to rise quickly.
Posted: Thursday, July 21st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Arizona Cardinals, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Ike Taylor, Joe Buck, Ken Whisenhunt, Kevin Kolb, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Matt Hasselbeck, Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, San Francisco 49ers, Sidney Rice, Torry Holt
Reports of an imminent labor deal between NFL owners and players might have been exaggerated. Or maybe not. The players — or, more accurately, the NFLPA’s executive committee — are in Washington, where they could vote on a proposed labor deal Thursday. The owners are meeting in Atlanta, examining the deal on their end. Keeping it all straight for you are NFL Network reporter Albert Breer and NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
Plaxico Burress will return to the NFL in 2011 after a two-year absence. But can he make an immediate impact for fantasy owners?
As we mourn the passing of Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey, it got NFL.com seniuor writer Steve Wyche to thinking about how Mackey revolutionized his position back in the ‘60s. Could there be such a revolutionary in today’s NFL?