In today’s Three and Out: Michael Vick is open to staying in Philly; Titus Young is leaving Detroit and Blaine Gabbert will need to produce to stay in Jacksonville.
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Can Atlanta Falcons wideout Julio Jones break his home woes against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday Night Football?
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has been struggling this season, but are things about to turn around?
Is Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer the future of the position both on the field and in fantasy land?
Posted: Sunday, October 28th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Philip Rivers, Andy Reid, Calvin Johnson, Chris Johnson, Dez Bryant, Doug Martin, Dwayne Bowe, Jonathan Stewart, LeGarrette Blount, LeSean McCoy, Matthew Stafford, Michael Vick, Roddy White, Steven Jackson, Titus Young, Tony Romo, Trent Richardson
Start Philip Rivers and all of your Chargers with confidence this week. This is a Norv Turner game where this team rallies for a somewhat meaningless win in October. These were all my rally cries prior to the Chargers game in Cleveland.
So much for that.
Is there really something wrong with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, or is he actually just fine?
Michael Vick’s fantasy stats were adjusted after a mid-week correction by the league. It recalls Adam Rank’s warning to fear the correction.
Is Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick proving to be a riskier fantasy football play than expected?
The Eagles lost yesterday to the Cardinals, turning the ball over three times. They are now second-to-last in turnover margin, despite being 2-1. And, as I mentioned in this week’s Rap Sheet Rundown, they need more from QB Michael Vick. The extent they are willing to go to get Vick to pull himself together and play smarter is staggering. It is something I would not have predicted. And it tells you all you need to know about coach Andy Reid this year. Reid told reporters earlier today that, while he supports Vick, he wasn’t ready to rule out a possible competition with rookie Nick Foles. “We’ll evaluate it as we go,” Reid said. Forgive yourself if you gave a WHAT?! […]
The week of work and collection has come to an end, as we brace ourselves for Sunday. Wednesday, I was in Baltimore with the Ravens. Then, Thursday and Friday, I was in Philly with the Eagles. As for what I learned, you’ll see a lot of that on NFL Network’s First on the Field and GameDay Morning. But want a few quick thoughts? Let’s go… – It was a rough day for Eagles QB Michael Vick against the Browns, one that included four interceptions. The consensus seems to be that there were mistakes he made mentally, not physically. Trusting his eyes and knowing what he’s looking at will be important as he moves forward against the active Ravens front. But Vick, who […]
Hello from Philadelphia, where I’ve spent the day. The Eagles practiced, and there was a whole bunch of interviews. Gearing up for Sunday’s Eagles-Ravens game. It’s safe to say, it wasn’t a fantastic experience for the Eagles — Iggles — last week. Sure, sure, they did win, but they looked ugly doing it. QB Michael Vick threw four interceptions, which tends to overshadow the game-winning drive against the Browns. With that in mind, two things I’ve realized after spending a bunch of time here. One, Vick has an offensive coordinator in Marty Mornhinweg who does a fantastic job keeping Vick focused on what he needs to be focused on. And two, Vick handled criticism as well as anyone. The first thing: Mornhinweg […]
Donovan McNabb says the Eagles’ game plan did Michael Vick no favors in Week 1.
Posted: Thursday, August 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Andrew Luck, Brandon Weeden, Calvin Johnson, Dez Bryant, Doug Martin, Jim Brown, Joe Thomas, Justin Blackmon, Kevin Smith, Kurt Warner, Matt Kalil, Melvin Ingram, Michael Vick, Morris Claiborne, Peyton Manning, Ray Rice, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Shawne Merriman, Stephen Hill, Tim Tebow, Trent Richardson
The 2012 season is just days away from kicking off and this looks like an exciting season with a lot of big-name rookies expected to make a huge impact. But you can’t talk about those rookies without the inevitable comparisons. Here’s a look at some of the top rookies and how they compare to their contemporaries.
Will Dallas Cowboys receiver Kevin Ogletree become this year’s Laurent Robinson in fantasy football?
Can Michael Vick return to his 2010 production levels, or is it safer to select Philip Rivers in fantasy football drafts?