If Carson Palmer is in fact traded, I’d love to see him land in Miami — for fantasy purposes, of course.
Posts Tagged ‘Matt Hasselbeck’
Until Jake Locker is deemed ready to start by the Titans, there are all sorts of ideas as to who will be the next starting quarterback in Tennessee. It could be Rusty Smith, the only other quarterback currently on the roster. It could, and mostly likely will be, a veteran in the free-agent market.
If you’re putting a board together of all the quarterbacks thought to be available in free agency or via a trade this offseason, I think the first person every team is looking at is Kevin Kolb.
With all of the speculation surrounding free agent quarterbacks and those who might be available via trade during these locked-out times, one name who hasn’t been setting the rumor mill abuzz is Matt Leinart.
Fantasy owners should remember the name Greg Little on draft day — the Browns rookie wideout could become a very nice sleeper in 2011.
Your favorite team stinks under center … and they didn’t get a quarterback in the 2011 NFL Draft. So what is next?
As the NFL Draft draws closer, many of the dots between teams and how they’ll remedy their problems start to get connected. The Seahawks and what direction they take at quarterback is no exception.
Posted: Monday, March 21st, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Blaine Gabbert, Bobby Layne, Brett Favre, Cam Newton, Eli Manning, Fran Tarkenton, Joe Montana, John Elway, Kevin Kolb, Mark Brunell, Matt Hasselbeck, Sonny Jurgensen, Steve Young
A number of teams have quarterback issues, and they will have to decide between drafting a guy like Cam Newton or Blaine Gabbert or trading for a guy like Kevin Kolb. But can you get a good quarterback from another team?
At least seven of the top 10 teams in the 2011 NFL Draft are believed to be in the market for quarterbacks, but where will they end up? We are asking you the NFL.com to submit your theories, hypothesis and tea-leaf readings.
Posted: Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Archie Manning, Chris Simms, Clay Matthews, Eli Manning, Eric Metcalf, Kellen Winslow, Kellen Winslow II, Matt Hasselbeck, Peyton Manning, Phil Simms, Ronnie Lott, Ryan Nece, Terry Metcalf
Here is something surprising: NFL players don’t always sire the best NFL sons. There have been a lot of sons of former players who have received the hype, but failed to deliver the goods. But who takes the crown when it comes to NFL blue bloods?
The biggest surprise of wild-card weekend was the Seahawks’ win over the Saints, but it shouldn’t be as big of a shock as most people tend to think.
If you started any of the Seahawks studs in the NFL.com Playoff Challenge, congratulations. Not only did you make a shrewd move, but you are in some very elite company. Very elite.
Don’t try to fool us. Falcons WR Roddy White got exactly what he wished for when the Seahawks knocked off the Saints.
Posted: Sunday, December 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Anthony Fasano, Arrelious Benn, Calvin Johnson, Carlos Rogers, Champ Bailey, Chris Houston, David Nelson, Dennis Pitta, Earnest Graham, James Ihedigbo, Keaston Kristick, Knowshon Moreno, Lee Robinson, Lydon Murtha, Matt Hasselbeck, Mike Tolbert, Morgan Cox, Nolan Carroll, Phillip Adams, Tavares Gooden, Week 16 injuries 2010, Zach Miller
With Sunday’s Week 16 games in the books, here’s a look at the notable injuries around the league, starting with an update on Chargers RB Mike Tolbert.
The latest in what seems like a never-ending run of quarterback changes is out of Seattle, where Charlie Whitehurst has replaced starter Matt Hasselbeck during the fourth quarter against the Falcons.