In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson’s time in Tennessee is nearly done as the Titans look toward a running back committee.
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Posted: Wednesday, July 17th, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Chris Johnson, connor barth, Lawrence Tynes, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans
In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson could see a bigger role in the passing game while Santonio Holmes might not be part of New York’s passing game in Week 1.
Posted: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 | Marcas Grant Tags: Three and out, Buffalo Bills, E.J. Manuel, Hakeem Nicks, Jake Locker, Justin Hunter, Kevin Kolb, New York Giants, Robert Woods, Shonn Greene, Stevie Johnson, Tarvaris Jackson, Tennessee Titans, Victor Cruz
In today’s Three and Out: E.J. Manuel is still figuring things out; Hakeem Nicks and Jake Locker are both feeling good.
In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson isn’t happy with Shonn Greene coming in; Reggie Bush could return kicks and Devin Hester is no longer a WR.
In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson remains No. 1 in Tennessee; Andy Reid has plans for Dexter McCluster and Drew Stanton wants to be the answer in Arizona.
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: New landing spots are becoming clearer for Alex Smith and Shonn Greene while Miles Austin could be staying put.
It’s all sorts of fun to sit around and figure out who was fantasy football’s best player (Adrian Peterson) or best rookie (Robert Griffin III) and any number of other top awards. But what about some of the fringe fantasy honors that too often go overlooked? For instance, what about the biggest “Where did that come from?” performance of the year, which is a toss-up between Brian Hartline (Week 4), Shonn Greene (Week 6) and Doug Martin (Week 9). Or how can we overlook the “Too Little, Too Late” award that should go unanimously to Larry Fitzgerald for his Week 16 outing. It’s all in a season’s work in fantasy football. By: Marcas Grant ————————————————————————————————————————————– Check out more 2012 NFL-ballooza […]
Posted: Monday, October 15th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andy Luck, Dwayne Bowe, Eli Manning, Jordy Nelson, Matthew Stafford, Robert Griffin III, Shonn Greene, Trent Richardson, Victor Cruz
Many fantasy enthusiasts likely feel a lot like Felix Baumgartner this morning after some players (and let’s put this mildly) didn’t come through on Sunday. Though, some old standbys finally showed themselves. Let’s get into it.
Should fantasy football owners buy into New York Jets running back Shonn Greene’s performance?
Should fantasy football owners buy into New York Jets wideout Santonio Holmes’ Week 3 performance moving ahead?
Should New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow been in the game for more than two snaps during their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Can Shonn Greene still produce big for fantasy football owners even though Tim Tebow will be a red-zone threat?
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is expected to be used in red-zone situations, but does the news make him fantasy worthy?
Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin is itching for the season to start, but a return to health isn’t the only reason he’s primed to breakout.