Posts Tagged ‘Sam Bradford’

Ravens in search of a rookie running back?

In today’s Three and Out: Ray Rice might have competition for his job; the Lions could add another weapon to their passing game.

Jets showing interest in Chris Johnson

In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson could end up in the Big Apple; Big things are expected of Tavon Austin in 2014.

Rams showing interest in Mark Sanchez

In today’s Three and Out: The Rams are showing interest in Mark Sanchez; could the Jets add another veteran WR and are the Steelers looking at a veteran RB?

Jeff Fisher says Sam Bradford’s ‘our quarterback’

In today’s Three and Out: Sam Bradford is getting his job back while Eric Decker could be on the hunt for a new job.

Cutler among injury-marred Week 7 victims

Cutler among those injured in Week 7: What a rough week for a number of fantasy staples, if not superstars. Sam Bradford and Reggie Wayne both had torn ACLs. Brian Cushing had disgusting and unimaginable injuries to his knee. Jermichael Finley suffered a concussion and was in ICU through most of Monday. Doug Martin may or may not be out for the year depending on whether you believe Greg Schiano. And as long as we’re at it, let’s just add Jay Cutler to the list. Bears head coach Marc Trestman told reporterson  Monday that Cutler will miss “a minimum” of four weeks with a torn groin muscle and will be “week to week” after that point. Trestman said Cutler told him he […]

Last call? Five players in a make-or-break season

Fantasy owners are always banking on certain players to make the leap to the next level. For these five players, 2013 could be a make-or-break year for their fantasy futures.

Fantasy Post Mortem: Airing of Grievances

If you fine folks have followed along, you know I received a Festivus miracle last week when the Tennessee Titans defense scored 18 points (thank you, Mark Sanchez) to secure the win against Matt “Money” Smith. I ultimately fell short in that league (more on those circumstances in a moment). I went 2-2 on Championship Weekend, as I again took out “Money” in our NFL.com Experts League. So I’m stuck in kind of limbo, fantasy purgatory similar to the finale of “Lost.” But two championships is pretty cool. And to fight off my NFL Fantasy Live peers for the second time in three seasons is pretty cool, too. Moving on, it should be noted so many fantasy football championships were […]

Fantasy Post Mortem: Fantasy Football isn’t fun

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.

The Unexpected (and expected): Watch the fake!

Time now to take a look at the unexpected (and expected) from Week 10, and we’re not going to talk about new Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni. Although, if you’ve followed my work, you know I love the move and have called for it the last couple of weeks. (Just look back to the 2011 Lakers season to see what an unmotivated Phil Jackson is all about.)

Rams could have opportunities against Cardinals

Expect a heavy dose of pressure with press man behind it tonight once again from Arizona’s defense. The Cardinals’ corners typically press the outside receivers, while bringing pressure up the middle.

Rams WR Amendola credits Schottenheimer for quick start

Danny Amendola is excited to be in and explosive offense under coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.

NFL fantasy football: Peyton Hillis could be a steal

Should Kansas City Chiefs running back Peyton Hillis be considered a legitimate No. 2 option in fantasy football drafts?

Rams GM Snead not worried about passing on Robert Griffin III

Les Snead is only concerned with stacking good decisions.

Reaction and reflections from the third preseason game (St. Louis Rams perspective)

Late Saturday night, we gave you some quick-hitting thoughts from the Cowboys third preseason game, with some reaction and reflections. But we kinda ignored the St. Louis Rams. So… want some Rams tidbits? – I’ve been fairly positive this offseason on Sam Bradford, who is primed for a bounce-back year. Under new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, I’m thinking Bradford gets back to three-steps-and-out just like the West Coast QB he used to be. Saturday night, however, was not that kind of night. He was 6 of 17 for 64 yards, and he never looked comfortable. The offense didn’t move. “Of course, we want to be more productive,” coach Jeff Fisher said. “He missed a couple, and then he got hit too much.” That about sums it up. […]

Recapping this trip: The Indianapolis preseason game edition

It was just a preseason game, but it didn’t feel like one. I spent Saturday, Sunday, and part of yesterday in Indianapolis, watching the debut of Colts QB Andrew Luck. And no part of that seemed like a normal preseason game. But anyway, it was an eventful few days in Indy… Want some highlights? – Let’s put Luck aside for a second, since he wasn’t the only No.1 pick on the field. Sam Bradford, coming back from a tough 2011, was there, too. And I was impressed. After a season that saw him play just 10 games and have as many interceptions as touchdowns, Bradford looked different. Gone were the seven-step drops and slow-developing plays, and he took a step […]

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