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The Double Coverage guys debate whether Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP through seven weeks.
Eric Davis and Steve Wyche break down who’s record is an indicator of good things to come and who’s will sink as the season progresses.
First up on Revis Island 2012 edition is Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson, Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
In two games last season, Johnson averaged 79.5 yards against the New York Jets’ four-time Pro Bowl cornerback. But against Darrelle Revis, 80 yards sometimes feels like 200.
The New York Jets have looked like a disheveled mess in the preseason with question marks on the offensive line and a media-fueled quasi-quarterback controversy leading some to consider the temperature setting on Rex Ryan’s office recliner.
“This isn’t all on Rex,” NFL Network and NFL.com’s Steve Wyche said Tuesday morning on “NFL AM” when asked of the head coach’s precarious predicament. “This is on (general manager) Mike Tannenbaum, who put that personnel in place, who signed some guys to some contracts that have become prohibitive. They don’t seem like they have a lot of depth in a lot of areas; the talent really isn’t there.”
There wasn’t outrageous debate in the upper Northwest over who should be the Seattle Seahawks’ starting quarterback in 2012.
“Russell Wilson will start against the Raiders (in the preseason finale) and will start the first week of the regular season,” Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said during a conference call on Sunday. “He is so prepared, he does not seem like a first-year quarterback.”
Wilson was so prolific in every facet of his first three preseason games he did not give the third-year head coach much of a choice.
With a sputtering Cardinals offense will Larry Fitzgerald be able to put up his usual number?
Posted: Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 | Kevin Patra Tags: NFL AM, Andrew Luck, Brandon Weeden, Eric Davis, Indianapolis Colts, Mark Kriegel, Miami Dolphins, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Ryan Tannehill, Steve Wyche
The “NFL AM” backfield came to a consensus on which rookie QB will have the best season.
Mark Kriegel says on “NFL AM” that watching Chad Johnson being cut was a seminal moment.
Expectations for Andrew Luck are high, but can he match Cam Newton 2011 season.
When Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick jogged off the field in Thursday’s preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, shaking his hand after hitting it on teammate Jason Kelce‘s helmet, a collective groan echoed from Eagles Nation.
NFL.com and NFL Network’s Kimberly Jones later reported that X-rays taken on Vick’s thumb were negative. The question this week on radio shows and in the blogosphere will be if Vick should sit out next Monday’s matchup with the New England Patriots and how much he should play the rest of the preseason.
Vince Young could be battling for his final chance at a future in the NFL.
The impending sale of the Cleveland Browns has put the entire organization in flux, NFL Network’s Steve Wyche said “NFL AM” on Friday.
“The mounting speculation around the league is there will be changes in the front office,” Wyche said, citing an unnamed NFL general manager. “That means Mike Holmgren, the team president, likely will be out and anybody he hired is very vulnerable, that includes (general manager) Tom Heckert and a lot of people in the front office.”
“NFL AM”’s Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel dissect D’Brickashaw Ferguson‘s “greatness” description of the Jets.
Jason and Steve dish Ryan Tannehill draft drama, the Sanchez/Santonio love-fest, and Petrino-Gate. Broncos LB Von Miller stops by to talk Tannehill, Peyton, Tebow and house-hunting. Also shocking bounty talk with defensive tackle Marcus Stroud. Subscribe to the Cover Two podcast on iTunes here.