Posts Tagged ‘Warren Sapp’

Lombardi, Sapp discuss Steelers’ chances

Can the Pittsburgh Steelers win the division without starting QB Ben Roethlisberger to start the season?

Should you target Owens over Ochocinco in drafts?

Bills RB C.J. Spiller and Chargers RB Ryan Mathews were the top two running backs taken in the 2010 NFL Draft. But who should be the first to come off your fantasy draft board? Mathews has been given the most love in fantasy circles, but NFL Network’s Warren Sapp and Michael Lombardi kick around this subject on NFL Total Access.

Sapp: Leinart won’t be an NFL starter

The Matt Leinart storyline is fascinating, and we’re not done talking about it.

How far can Jets go with Sanchez at helm?

I’ve heard this line, or something similar two it, uttered on a consistent basis the last several months inside the NFL Newsroom: “The Jets will go as far as Mark Sanchez can take them.”

Taking sides in Cardinals’ dilemma

It’s the topic du jour this week in the NFL: Matt Leinart or Derek Anderson?

Has Dixon showed enough to take job?

Has Dennis Dixon done enough to unseat Byron Leftwich as the interim starter in Pittsburgh?

La Canfora’s preseason No. 1 in NFL talent league

A number of the NFL.com and NFL Network talent got together recently to draft a fantasy league that you can follow along right here.

It’s true, the Raiders could have a sleeper this year

Whenever I hear the phrase, “This is the year the Raiders return,” my mind immediately starts to wander and I wish for more Brett Favre updates. Honestly, I would probably much rather read about how cool it would be for the Cowboys to play in the Super Bowl in their home stadium! Because nobody has brought that up before. Ever.

Looking at why Raiders could surprise

NFL Network analysts Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp take a look at why the Raiders could surprise in 2010.

Sapp: Haynesworth needs to stay on field

NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp went to the tape to review the play of Albert Haynesworth.

Ravens look like an elite team

The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.

Steelers face QB dilemma with no blueprint

Mike Tomlin and Bruce Arians are in a very unique position as the Steelers open training camp.

Free draws support from Phillips

The Cowboys will find out if Doug Free can handle the job of protecting Tony Romo’s blind side during camp, but he drew strong praise from coach Wade Phillips on Thursday.

Owens will wear signature No. 81 for Bengals

We have word that Terrell Owens will continue to wear his signature number for the Bengals, making a deal with Antonio Bryant.

Cowboys trying to go from contenders to champions

Despite their regular-season success, the Cowboys have continually come up short in recent seasons. Will 2010 be the year they finally break through?

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