Posts Tagged ‘Mike Martz’

Faulk: Cutler deserves some blame for sacks

In a postmortem look at the performance which led to the Giants sacking Jay Cutler nine times during the first half on Sunday night, Marshall Faulk says not all of the blame should fall on the Bears’ offensive line.

Move by 49ers raises questions

The stunning news Monday was the firing of 49ers OC Jimmy Raye, which took place about 16 hours after he was given a vote of confidence by head coach Mike Singletary, a move that raises several questions.

Overreaction Theater: McFadden is a superstar

Here is the thing that gets overlooked in a game like the Titans blowout of the Raiders. RB Darren McFadden actually had a good game. Seriously. Well, at least fantasy wise.

Fantasy or Reality: Should you start Forte?

Is Bears RB Matt Forte a good start against the Lions? fantasy editor Michael Fabiano admits that he has some sort of Pavlovian response when his players face the Lions. But that might have made sense in the past. Add in new coordinator Mike Martz and Forte looks like an excellent start.

Sign of things to come, Cutler calls offense ‘vanilla’

Bears QB Jay Cutler is pulling a misdirection play.

Hope for Bears TE Olsen?

The fantasy value of Greg Olsen took a tremendous hit once Mike Martz became the Bears offensive coordinator. Martz’s offenses use a tight end the same way that Tony Dungy uses blue language. So with Martz’s hiring, we lost a possible breakout fantasy tight end.

Or did we?

Rolling the dice on a Bears WR? Take Aromashodu

The Bears offense is like the sun. Use precaution, and you could get a nice warming glow. Move haphazardly, and you will end up burned.

Bears’ QB search could lead to Todd Collins

With Bears backup QB Caleb Hanie nursing a right shoulder injury, the word out of Chicago is that the search for a backup quarterback is on.

Urlacher: ‘We need to win’

There’s a school of thought that it’s truly do-or-die for coach Lovie Smith and the Chicago Bears in 2010. Brian Urlacher told ‘NFL Total Access” the team knows changes will happen if the wins don’t.

Hester learning from former WR Bruce

Most Bears fans — and fantasy enthusiasts, too — are hoping that Devin Hester could develop into a true No. 1 receiver.

Hester expected to be Bears’ No. 1 receiver

Can the Bears finally produce a 1,000-yard receiver this season?

Coryell was football pioneer, in every sense

Don Coryell was always known as “Air Coryell,” and rightfully so.

Choose your own adventure: Jackson’s landing spots

Vincent Jackson is a physical, big (6-foot-5) game breaker of a receiver. Who would not want him?

Well the Chargers for one.

Would you keep Forte on your team this year?

Keeper deadlines are approaching so we kick around some basic keeper strategies. Write this down and remember it: keep the good players, dump the bad ones. So what does that mean for Matt Forte?

Favre, Cutler are the talk of the NFC North

Brett Favre and Jay Cutler might be the most talked-about quarterbacks in the NFC North (sorry, Aaron Rodgers), but how will they fare next season?

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