Another week, another record for Cam Newton – and that’s just through one quarter of Carolina’s home opener against the Packers.
Posts Tagged ‘Otto Graham’
Two weeks. That’s how long we’ve got until Day One of the NFL Draft. Two weeks goes by fast. Remember how fast your two-week, low carb diet went? Okay, maybe not… but April’s biggest weekend is right around the corner. So with 14 days left, where does 14 fit in the pantheon of draft history?
Posted: Sunday, January 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFC Divisional Playoffs, Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, Golden Tate, Greg Olsen, Jay Cutler, Justin Forsett, Marshawn Lynch, Mike Williams, Otto Graham, Seattle Seahawks
The NFL Network research team sent out the final numbers on the Bears’ 35-24 win over the Seahawks.
Posted: Saturday, August 21st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Arian Foster, Brian Urlacher, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Jake Delhomme, Jason Campbell, Julius Peppers, Matt Forte, Oakland Raiders, Otto Graham, Overreaction Theater
Texans RB Arian Foster will be benched for the entire season!
At least that is the snap judgement in this edition of Overreaction Theater.
Posted: Saturday, August 14th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Arizona Cardinals, Bernie Kosar, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Gary Kubiak, Gaston Green, Houston Texans, Jahvid Best, Jake Delhomme, Kurt Warner, Otto Graham, Overreaction Theater, Pittsburgh Steelers
WR Andre Johnson needs to be taken off your fantasy football draft board. He is never going to see the field again!
Posted: Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Emimitt Smith, Franco Harris, Green Bay Packers, Hall of Fame, Herb Adderley, Jack Ham, Joe Greene, Joe Montana, John Stallworth, Lynn Swann, Mel Blount, Michael Irvin, Mike Webster, New England Patriots, Otto Graham, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers, Steve Young, Super Bowl, Ted Hendricks, Terry Bradshaw, Troy Aikman
Would you trade three Super Bowl wins and a Hall of Fame ring for a perfect season? I can see the allure.
Some of liked it, some think I’m nuts, and thanks to all for reading it. These subjective exercises always spawn debate, and the only things better than talking about NFL football is watching it.