Posts Tagged ‘Monday Night Football’

Monday Nightmare: Where Geno outscores Matty Ice

How many of you headed into Monday night even thought of benching Matt Ryan for Geno Smith?

Monday Nightmare: Almost Jimmy, almost

Allow me to pull back the curtain a little bit. When we do projections for the Monday show, if I need a guy to get me a certain number of points that night, I will project that. This, of course, explains why I had Jimmy Graham tabbed for 26.80 points against the Dolphins on Monday night. And to be honest, that number wasn’t so outlandish. It puts him in the Tony Gonzalez category for Week 4 and it was close to what Graham did on Monday.

Monday Nightmare: Even Peyton Manning can’t help

Peyton Manning is probably the most automatic player in fantasy football right now. Probably. I should change that to just automatic. But here’s the thing, if you had him on Monday night, and let’s say you needed 28.86 points, you had to feel pretty good. And if you have Montee Ball to boot, there’s no way you could lose, right?

Cover Two Podcast: Jackson out for Giants tilt?

Tony Softli, a former personnel executive for the Rams, said on the latest Cover Two Podcast that RB Steven Jackson‘s quadriceps injury will keep him from playing in Monday night’s game against the Giants, according to a team source.

Favre Watch: A short pregame workout

If I were a betting man, I would say Brett Favre will play in Monday Night’s game against the Bears on the frozen tundra of TCF Bank Stadium.

Giants WR Nicks says chill out, he’s got this

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks wants to let all fantasy enthusiasts — and probably Giants fans, too — know that there is no way he is missing the big stage of Monday Night Football.

Monday War Stories: Two-points of destiny

Monday night is often the bane of the fantasy football existence.

President Obama to deliver Monday night message

Monday night’s Jets-Dolphins game in Miami is the culmination of the NFL’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, and it will include a special message from President Barack Obama.

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