When three experts pick winners for 16 games, there are bound to be some disagreements.
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You can snicker at Ryan Fitzpatrick all you want, but the kid from Harvard is no joke as an NFL quarterback. I don’t think the Bills need to search out their quarterback of the future. For now, they’ve found their answer in Fitzpatrick.
Jeff Fisher is never going to let one player hold his team hostage. The focus is and always should be on the team, and never about anyone else but the team. For Vince Young to walk out on Fisher in front of the whole team, it was clear he was walking out on them.
U-N-I-T-Y — no, it’s not just an old-school hip-hop classic from Queen Latifah. It’s also representative of how the “Playbook” analysts picked this week.
I trust in Mike Shanahan — his coaching, his system and what he can get out of a quarterback — enough to know that signing Donovan McNabb to an extension was the right move for the Redskins.
Donovan McNabb might have gotten revenge on the Eagles the first time around, but all three of our Playbook analysts expect Philadelphia to get the better of McNabb in the rematch.
Raiders offensive coordinator Hue Jackson empowers his players, and his touch this season is paying off in big ways for Darren McFadden.
Posted: Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: Adam Jones, Albert Haynesworth, Chris Johnson, Chuck Cecil, Dave McGinnis, Jeff Fisher, Jim Washburn, Kenny Britt, Kerry Collins, Mike Munchak, Randy Moss, Solomon Wilcots, Tennessee Titans, Vince Young
As I was contemplating which teams could land Randy Moss, there was only one team I could come up with that I would fully endorse taking a chance on the mercurial wide receiver: The Tennessee Titans.
NFL Network analysts Charles Davis, Torry Holt, Mike Mayock and Solomon Wilcots discuss the events leading up to the Brad Childress’ decision to waive Randy Moss.
NFL Network analysts Charles Davis, Torry Holt, Mike Mayock and Solomon Wilcots take their turn dissecting the odd set of circumstances at play in Washington, and if Mike Shanahan’s decision to pull McNabb was the right call.
Falcons CB Dunta Robinson, who was fined $50,000 for his hit on Eagles WR DeSean Jackson that knocked both players out of Sunday’s game with injuries, is planning to appeal the fine.
NFL Network analysts Jim Mora, Mike Mayock, Solomon Wilcots and Charles Davis discussed whether the league handled Tuesday’s fines for helmet-to-helmet hits correctly.
I was very encouraged at what I saw from rookie QB Colt McCoy. I don’t know that you could ever put a rookie quarterback in a more difficult situation in his NFL debut than what McCoy faced against the Steelers.
Ben Roethlisberger is at his best when he’s playing the way he’s always played. Big Ben being Big Ben is what the Steelers need, and it’s what they want.
Solomon Wilcots reports from Pittsburgh, where Ben Roethlisberger will be asked to return without disrupting the Steelers’ winning formula.