Posts Tagged ‘Peyton Manning’

Wes Welker, Peyton Manning set for Year 2

In today’s Three and Out: the wide receiver free agent market begins to heat up.

Week 16 KABOOM! No surprise it’s Peyton

Yes, Peyton Manning entered the Sunday night game as the leading fantasy scorer of Week 16. But this award is just as much about his 2013 season overall. Sunday, Manning threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns in a win over the Houston Texans. More importantly, that fourth touchdown gave Manning 51 touchdown tosses for the season — breaking the record set by Tom Brady in 2007. It’s a fitting honor for a season that began with Peyton tying a long-standing NFL record when he threw seven TD passes in a season-opening romp of the Baltimore Ravens. It’s not a complete surprise for a guy who is a lock for the Hall of Fame. And who knows? With Manning chasing the single-season record […]

Should you rush to claim Ingram?

Easy on Ingram: I’m taking Mark Ingram’s Week 10 performance with a giant grain of salt since the Cowboys defense seemingly took an early flight out of the Big Easy sometime in the middle of the second quarter (apparently, I was unaware it was official Cowboys team policy that Sean Lee is the only player on this unit permitted to make a tackle). But Ingram had 14 carries for a career-high 145 yards and added a touchdown in Sunday night’s 49-17 thrashing of Dallas. I think this is more likely to be a one-off performance since it was completely out of the blue. Not to mention, check out the run defenses awaiting the Saints over the next month: they host […]

Social (Fantasy) Network: Picks of the litter

In the return of the Social (Fantasy) Network, we find out the savviest draft picks around as we celebrate the opening of the 2013 fantasy football season.

AFC West’s fantasy strength sits in Denver

Marcas Grant breaks down the fantasy potential of the AFC West. No surprise — the Denver Broncos boast the best roster in the division.

Manning, Welker studying elements of Patriots’ offense

In today’s Three and Out: Peyton Manning is learning how the Patriots made Wes Welker a success. You knew this had to happen eventually.

#ThrowbackThursday: Bert Jones

There were many great quarterbacks in the AFC during the 1970s with Terry Bradshw, Joe Namath and Ken Stabler. But it would be wrong to overlook Bert Jones who led the Baltimore Colts from 1973 to 1981.

NFL fantasy football: Adrian Peterson wants more catches

In today’s Three and Out: Adrian Peterson wants more catches while EJ Manuel is playing catch-up; plus, Peyton Manning is feeling stronger.

More surgery coming for Rob Gronkowski. Now what?

Rob Gronkowski is going to spend some more time under the knife, which is starting to affect his fantasy value. Marcas Grant looks at what this means for Gronk, Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots.

NFL fantasy football: Tony Romo to miss OTAs

In today’s Three and Out: Tony Romo will miss OTAs while Montee Ball and Robert Woods look on track to be starters.

NFL fantasy football: Andre Brown wants 22 touchdowns

In today’s Three and Out: Andre Brown has big expectations for 2013; Peyton Manning wants to speed up the Broncos while the Jets want to slow Santonio Holmes down.

NFL fantasy: Aaron Hernandez undergoes shoulder surgery

In today’s Three and Out: Aaron Hernandez had surgery; Demaryius Thomas looks for more one-on-one and A.J. Green just wants to get better.

NFL Tax Write-offs: Tebow, Decker and Leaf

It’s the end of tax season. Here are the write-offs every NFL team needs to make before it is to late.

NFL fantasy: Emmanuel Sanders staying with Steelers

In today’s Three and Out: Emmanuel Sanders is staying in Pittburgh, Victor Cruz hasn’t shown up in New York and Peyton Manning is making the best of things in Denver … which is pretty darn good.

NFL fantasy football: Time for Dwayne Bowe to step up

In today’s Three and Out: It’s time for Dwayne Bowe to produce like a top-five receiver; Peyton Manning could be throwing it a whole lot more and your weekly RG3 injury update.

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