In today’s Three and Out: Jacoby Jones is set to undergo an MRI on his sprained knee; there’s more big talk surrounding the Dolphins offense.
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In today’s Three and Out: Mike Wallace is back while Tony Gonzalez is still away; Cam Newton likes the change of offensive coordinators.
In today’s Three and Out: C.J. Spiller is going to run, run and run some more in Buffalo while Chris Ivory won’t be running any time soon for the Jets.
Posted: Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Cleveland Browns, Daniel Thomas, Lamar Miller, Matt Flynn, Matt McGloin, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders, Ryan Tannehill, Terrelle Pryor, Trent Richardson, Tyler Wilson
In today’s Three and Out: Trent Richardson is out of action; Lamar Miller could see more action and Terrelle Pryor is trying to get into the action.
Posted: Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Free agency, Anthony Fasano, Antonio Brown, Bilal Powell, Brandon Gibson, Brandon Lloyd, Brandon Myers, Brian Hoyer, Chris Johnson, Christian Ponder, Danny Amendola, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Daryl Richardson, David Garrard, Delanie Walker, Demaryius Thomas, Donald Jones, Drew Stanton, Emmanuel Sanders, Eric Decker, Fred Davis, Greg Jennings, Isaac Redman, Isaiah Pead, Jacquizz Rodgers, James Jones, Jared Cook, John Skelton, Jonathan Dwyer, Jordy Nelson, Kevin Kolb, Mark Sanchez, Martellus Bennett, Matt Cassel, Mike Goodson, Mike Wallace, Mikel Leshoure, Peyton Manning, Randall Cobb, rashard mendenhall, Reggie Bush, Rod Streater, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Lindley, Ryan Tannehill, Shonn Greene, Steven Jackson, Wes Welker
The NFL.com fantasy crew tracks some of the key free agent movement and how it will affect fantasy values heading into 2013.
In today’s Three and Out: Terrelle Pryor will get a shot to compete for the starting job; the Browns won’t commit to Brandon Weeden just yet and the Dolphins want to find help for Ryan Tannehill.
Posted: Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 | Amar Shah Tags: Andrew Luck, Brandon Marshall, Charlie Brown, Clark Griswald, football cards, Immaculate Reception, megatron, New York Jets, Pouncey, RG3, Russell Wilson, Ryan Tannehill, santa, The Hobbit, Tim Tebow, topps, Will Ferrell
One more week to get those holiday gifts. Week 15 featured a merry band of big games, an Adrian Peterson rushing explosion and another Jets collapse. Need we mention an awesome Russell Wilson/Hobbit trailer. It’s all covered for you in this week’s Rewind. Sunday: Russell Wilson: An Unexpected Journey – Check out our cool mashup of Russell Wilson and The Hobbit. A very funny surprise awaits at the end! Monday: Madden Curse Watch – Megatron inches closer to Jerry Rice’s all-time record. Week 15: Curse, Coincidence or Superstition – Brandon Marshall channels his inner Charlie Brown. Expected, Unexpected – You shouldn’t spike a man with glasses and Statement Sunday. Rookie Bucket List – No RG3, but a little Luck and […]
Posted: Sunday, December 16th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Russell Wilson, Adrian Peterson, Blair Walsh, Brandon Weeden, Darren Sproles, David Wilson, Detroit Lions, Eli Manning, Jamaal Charles, Josh Gordon, Julio Jones, Kirk Cousins, LaDainian Tomlinson, Matthew Stafford, Michael Turner, Mike Tolbert, Peyton Manning, Ray Rice, RG3, Rich Eisen, Roddy White, Ryan Mathews, Ryan Tannehill, Sam Bradford, Sebastian Janikowski, Torrey Smith, Trent Richardson
Fantasy football stopped being fun for a lot of us in Week 16. Though, I’ve long contended fantasy football isn’t fun. You’re gutted when your team loses, and you’re merely relived when your team wins.
Don Shula talks his perfect season and weighs in on the quarterback situation in San Francisco.
The Miami Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills on “Thursday Night Football” to attempt to snap their two-game slide. To do so, the Dolphins have to take advantage of the Bills’ league-worst rushing defense, which surrenders an average of 163.7 yards per game. Coming off a game in which rookie QB Ryan Tannehill threw three interceptions, it becomes especially critical that the Dolphins get the ground game going and protect their young signal caller. The Bills’ linebackers have struggled playing in space all year, which works right into the Dolphins’ favor with their zone-running scheme spearheaded by talented RB Reggie Bush. The “Playbook” crew breaks down Miami’s use of the stretch play. To stop this stretch attack, the Bills’ linebackers […]
If you know anything about me, you know I love to play guys on Monday night. Well, unless they play for the Kansas City Chiefs. I needed just 4.53 points from Jamaal Charles on Monday night, and to be honest, I didn’t think it was going to get it. Seriously, my fantasy week wasn’t so much dependent on Charles having a decent night, but more to the point, I needed Romeo Crennel to remember Charles was on his team.
Posted: Monday, October 8th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Fantasy Post Mortem, Alex Smith, Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Christian Ponder, DeAngelo Williams, Greg Jennings, James Jones, Joe Flacco, Jordy Nelson, rashard mendenhall, Red Dalton, Reggie Wayne, Robert Griffin III, Ryan Tannehill
Cam Newton is an undroppable in most fantasy leagues, and it’s probably a good thing, too, considering most impetuous fantasy enthusiasts would at least consider dropping him after another disappointing game in Week 5. Like you’re sitting around, drinking a few beers, watching Dexter after the Sunday night game and thinking, “(expletive) it, I’m done with this guy.”
There are times when I’ll have a thought (rare as it may be), and I’ll start to think of ways to articulate it in this space. I’ll go through a couple of options, figure out what I want to say, then begin writing. Other times, I’ll have an idea, then see a fellow reporter describe exactly what was going through my head probably better than I could. That was the case this morning with this column by Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He begins discussing the fact that the Miami Dolphins home opener won’t be a sellout (amazing), and then morphs into a few other points. The most salient of which is this, noted “to give the new […]
With the start of the 2012 season, NFL history — on both sides of the ball — is in the making. Watch how players and teams etched their way into record books in Week 1. Ed Reed Move over, Rod Woodson. Ed Reed is now the all-time leader in interception return yards with 1,497. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Peyton Manning In his return to the NFL, the Broncos quarterback threw his 400th and 401st touchdown passes. Manning is now third on the Passing TD Leaders list behind Brett Farve (#1) and Dan Marino (#2). ————————————————————————————————————————————– New England Patriots With a 34-13 defeat of the Tennessee Titans, the New England Patriots have won their last 9 season opening games, the longest current winning streak in the NFL. […]
Five rookie quarterbacks started on Sunday with mixed results. You can find out how they performed here, here and here. But on the Sidelines Blog we’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Here are snapshots from before and after their debuts. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Andrew Luck ————————————————————————————————————————————– ————————————————————————————————————————————– Robert Griffin III ————————————————————————————————————————————– ————————————————————————————————————————————– Brandon Weeden ————————————————————————————————————————————– ————————————————————————————————————————————– Ryan Tannehill ————————————————————————————————————————————– ————————————————————————————————————————————– Russell Wilson ————————————————————————————————————————————–