If you had to start your NFL franchise with one of the following three quarterbacks — Matthew Stafford, Mark Sanchez or Josh Freeman — who would you choose?
Posts Tagged ‘Matthew Stafford’
Posted: Thursday, March 24th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Peyton Manning, Brad Johnson, Eli Manning, Jay Cutler, Joe Flacco, Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Mark Rypien, Mark Sanchez, Matthew Stafford, Tony Romo, Trent Dilfer
Quarterbacks are continually on the hot seat. Which is about as an obvious statement as saying that the Duke basketball team is rather polarizing. But which quarterbacks are on the hottest seats? How about Peyton Manning?
Posted: Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Carson Palmer, Cedric Benson, Chad Ochocinco, Darren Sproles, Donovan McNabb, Felix Jones, Jason Garrett, Jay Gruden, Jeremy Shockey, Jerome Simpson, Jim Schwartz, Jimmy Graham, Joe Webb, John Elway, John Fox, Josh McDaniels, Knowshon Moreno, Kyle Orton, Leslie Frazier, marion barber, Mark Ingram, Marvin Lewis, Matthew Stafford, Mike Brown, Mike Tomlin, Percy Harvin, rashard mendenhall, Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown, Sean Payton, Tashard Choice, Tim Tebow, Tony Sparano
Based on the current state of things around the NFL, it’s tough to find any news that has major fantasy significance (sigh). So when several coaches and other organizational leaders discussed the state of their teams during the annual Owners Meetings, you can only imagine how quickly I jumped on the information.
Posted: Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Andy Reid, Brad Childress, Brett Favre, Carly Simon, Channing Crowder, Dean Martin, Derek Anderson, Donovan McNabb, Drew Stanton, Jason Hanson, Jim Schwartz, Josh McDaniels, Kevin Kolb, Matthew Stafford, Michael Vick, Mike Singletary, Ndamukong Suh, Norv Turner, Pick Six, Rex Ryan, Rusty Smith, San Diego Chargers, Tashard Choice, Todd Haley, Tom Brady, Wade Phillips
Was proposing to your girlfriend during an NFL game the biggest blunder of the entire season? We count down the six biggest do-over moments of 2010.
The Lions won’t have DE Cliff Avril (quadricep) in Sunday’s meeting with the Bills, but QB Shaun Hill (left forearm) is back after missing two games and expected to start.
The Dolphins have replaced starting QB Chad Henne with Chad Pennington in what has to be the most lateral, uninspiring move of two main characters with the same first name since Dick Sargent replaced Dick York as Darrin Stephens on “Bewitched” in the late 1960s.
Posted: Sunday, November 7th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adam Koets, Andy Reid, Austin Collie, Bill Belichick, Chris Ivory, Cliff Avril, Dan Connor, Darnell Dockett, Darren Sharper, David Diehl, Jason Hanson, Jeremy Shockey, Jim Schwartz, Jonathan Stewart, Julius Peppers, Kenny Iwebema, Kerry Rhodes, Lovie Smith, Malcolm Jenkins, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Max Jean-Gilles, Nate Allen, Roddy White, Rolando McClain, Roscoe Parrish, Ryan Mathews, Sean Payton, Steve Gregory, Steven Gostkowski, Todd McClure, Tyrell Sutton, Tyrone Culver, Tyvon Branch, Week 9 injuries 2010
A quick recap at some of the notable injuries around the league in Week 9.
A couple of thoughts coming from the Twitterverse.
Matthew Stafford just has a tough time staying on the field for the Lions.
The absence of Randy Moss in Minnesota means a major drop in fantasy appeal for two major players.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford seems ready to play. At least that is what his four-touchdown performance against the Redskins told us.
The Lions were going to take over the NFC North in 2010 and all of the Lions superstars were going to be huge fantasy performers, too. That lasted about a half. Or long enough for Bears DE Julius Peppers to drive Lions QB Matthew Stafford into the Soldier Field turf.
The Cowboys just announced that QB Tony Romo is expected to miss six to eight weeks, and that he will not undergo surgery. Meaning that he could be ready for the fantasy playoffs.
We’re going to find out more about the Lions when QB Matthew Stafford returns. What the Lions need is some validation by getting some wins, and Stafford is the key.
Remember Lions QB Matthew Stafford? The young signal caller that was going to set the NFL on his ear and become a fantasy stud while leading the Lions to the NFC North title?