With Jay Cutler out, fantasy owners should turn to a sleeper quarterback for help in Week 5.
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The Cardinals are going with Max Hall at quarterback this week according to the Arizona Republic (via Kent Somers‘ Twitter). And you have to imagine that the Cardinals are kicking themselves for cutting ties with the team’s top quarterback this offseason.
The Bears’ offensive line paid homage to Chicago’s 1986 record-setting defense on Sunday night by making the once-pathetic Giants defense look like that fabled Monsters of the Midway Unit.
Did anybody think that Michael Vick‘s ribs would be the most watched ribs since God broke off a piece of Adam back in the day? Although, I may exaggerate just a touch.
Eagles QB Michael Vick is questionable to return to Sunday’s game against the Redskins, but the panicky — or overreaction type — is already looking ahead to which quarterback to start next week.
There’s no question Sam Bradford is the leader of the Rams, and his demeanor has made it easier for the coaching staff to put everything on his shoulders.
Posted: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Anquan Boldin, Austin Collie, C.J. Spiller, Charlie Batch, Dan Fouts, Dan Marino, Hines Ward, Jamaal Charles, Jerome Bettis, Leon Washington, Michael Vick, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Randy Moss, Sam Bradford, Thomas Jones, Tom Brady, Tony Banks, Tony Gonzalez
A look at a few of the notes to come off the NFL Network research desk in Week 3.
Alright, you guys understand how preseason works right? Understandable that fans in St. Louis are starving for any positive signs from preseason, but the rest of us need to keep some perspective.
For my money, the Rams have to start Sam Bradford. If they thought enough about him to give him $50 million up front and put the future of the organization in his hands as the first pick, how do you not play him?
St. Louis QB Sam Bradford is drawing some positive reviews after his performance against the Patriots on Thursday. And rightly so. But for purely fantasy purposes, it was another rookie who should have captured your attention.
Posted: Thursday, August 26th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Benjarvus Green-Ellis, Bill Belichick, Brandon Tate, Danny Amendola, Devin McCourty, Donnie Avery, Frank Tadych, Jason Smith, Kenneth Darby, Laurence Maroney, Laurent Robinson, Michael Hoomanawanui, New England Patriots, Randy Moss, Rodger Saffold, Sam Bradford, Sammy Morris, St. Louis Rams, Steven Jackson, Wes Welker
Although I didn’t use my tickets to Overreaction Theater, acknowledging that it is presesaon, here are some first half observations and quick thoughts from the football game between the Rams and Patriots.
The Greatest Show on Turf is back, ladies and gentlemen. St. Louis has a high-flying offense again.
Most football enthusiasts — hardened fans and fantasy players alike — were surprised that Patriots WR Wes Welker has had such a remarkable recovery from a knee injury. And if they were not, you had to be surprised at just how much the Patriots went to Welker during his first action.
A.J. Feeley’s elbow and thumb injuries doesn’t appear serious, which should be considered very good new for the Rams.
Posted: Saturday, August 21st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Antonio Brown, Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Marshall, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Chris Cooley, Cleveland Browns, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Donovan McNabb, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacoby Jones, Jahvid Best, Jamaal Charles, Joe McKnight, Josh Freeman, Kansas City Chiefs, Le'Ron McClain, Legedu Naanee, Marcedes Lewis, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Mike Williams, Mohamed Massaquoi, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, robert meachem, Sam Bradford, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Thomas Jones, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Washington Redskins, Willis McGahee, Zach Miller
Talk about your Saturday night special — there are 11 preseason games for your viewing. This is why you need NFL Preseason Live to keep up with all of the action.