NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi believes there’s legitimacy to the concern over the offense in Minnesota.
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Donovan McNabb and the Vikings have spent the week convincing anyone who will listen that it’s not all about stats. NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi agrees.
Some people don’t look too far in the past, and they know Bill Belichick only as a three-time Super Bowl championship coach with the Patriots. But things haven’t always been peachy keen in Belichick’s career.
Posted: Friday, August 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Antwaan Randle El, Brady Quinn, Chris Johnson, Curtis Painter, Darrelle Revis, Denver Broncos, Heath Evans, Kerry Collins, Kyle Orton, Michael Lombardi, Mike Munchak, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Sean Smith, Terrelle Pryor, Tim Tebow, Vontae Davis
Did you have any issues with Michael Lombardi‘s blue-chip and red-chip rankings of the best players at each position? If you did, you weren’t alone. Watch this clip of Heath Evans and Antwaan Randle El attacking Lombardi for his take on Philip Rivers.
It now seems very possible that Tim Tebow — and not Kyle Orton — is the odd man out in Denver.
One of the major storylines of the locked-out offseason has been where Kevin Kolb will land when the lockout finally ends, and in the four months of non-activity the Eagles’ backup quarterback has ascended to the status of an elixir for the handful of teams still needing a starter.
Dave Dameshek is outraged over Ben Roethlisberger‘s No. 41 ranking in NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011.” What say you, NFL Network experts?
Posted: Saturday, April 30th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 NFL Draft, Charles Davis, Chris Carter, Gil Brandt, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jason La Canfora, Marcus Cannon, Michael Lombardi, Pat Kirwan, Sam Acho
In an unscientific straw poll conducted during the seventh round, we asked some NFL.com and NFL Network personalities for their favorite picks of Day 3 of the 2011 NFL Draft.
It’s far too early to anoint anyone the steal of the 2011 NFL Draft. But if Marcus Cannon can bounce back from a reportedly treatable form of non-Hodgkins lymphoma — which he found out about last week and is expected to be mostly recovered from in several weeks — he could be that player.
While investigating every quarterback available in the draft, the Patriots did their homework on Ryan Mallett.
Posted: Friday, April 29th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 NFL Draft, Andy Dalton, Buffalo Bills, Colin Kaepernick, Frank Tadych, Jason LaCanfora, Michael Lombardi, New England Patriots, Ryan Mallett, San Francisco 49ers
Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick is headed to San Francisco. Explaining how it happened shows the wheelin’-and-dealin’ side of the NFL draft.
The Cowboys found value and filled a need with their selection of LB Bruce Carter at No. 40 overall in the second round.
On the clock with the No. 17 overall pick in the draft, the Patriots saw the chance to take their left tackle of the future. They didn’t pass on it.
It’s a longstanding strategy among teams to avoid drafting interior offensive linemen too early, based on their value in relation to other positions. But we know this draft is setting up to be unlike any other.
The personal life of Ryan Mallett has been dissected and discussed in the days leading up to the 2011 NFL Draft, but our Micheal Lombardi believes that the talented quarterback will end up going in the first round. Possibly to the Dolphins.