Posts Tagged ‘Willie McGinest’

Buffalo Bills a top five NFL defense?

Which teams will make up the top five NFL defenses in 2012?

O’Hara: Washington Redskins’ RG3 should take baby steps

Shaun O’Hara and Willie McGinest discuss what Robert Griffin III has to do to be successful with the Washington Redskins.

Can the Carolina Panthers back up Ryan Kalil’s prediction?

Ryan Kalil said the Carolina Panthers will win the Super Bowl, and the team doesn’t have a choice but to back him up now.

Pressure is on Tony Romo and Dallas Cowboys

Shaun O’Hara and Willie McGinest discuss who is under more pressure in 2012 Tony Romo of the Cowboys defense.

Lack of two-a-days puts pressure on NFL rookies

Shaun O’Hara and Willie McGinest discuss how the new CBA rules against two-a-day practices could influence rookies’ development.

McGinest ‘shocked’ at Seau’s death

NFL Network analyst and former Patriots and Browns LB Willie McGinest said he was caught off-guard by the passing of legendary LB Junior Seau on Wednesday.

Willie McGinest to Wes Welker: Stop being a diva

Ex-Patriots normally don’t take too kindly to behavior that potentially detracts from team goals (see: Tedy Bruschi and Chad Ochocinco, 2011). So you can imagine what NFL Network analyst Willie McGinest thinks of Patriots WR Wes Welker‘s statement Tuesday that he’s “probably not” going to attend the team’s mandatory June 12-14 minicamp unless he receives a long-term contract.

‘No Huddle’ gang shares joy of Super Bowl victory

There they go. Four men with nine Super Rings between them, packed into a rollicking, pimped-out golf cart bursting at the seams.

Ochocinco’s first lesson in ‘The Patriot Way’

It’s been quite a week for Chad Ochocinco. Perhaps it will serve as a reminder never to compliment a teammate via social media again. We’re not betting on that, though.

First and 10: Remembering a great American

It wouldn’t be a salute to America’s finest here at the NFL if we didn’t take a moment to remember someone who put the NFL a distant second behind his love of country: Pat Tillman.

Faulk: Jackson should be higher on ‘Top 100’ list

A group of 10 elite running backs have earned their place on NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011” series. Kansas City Chiefs blazer Jamaal Charles (No. 33) and St. Louis Rams mainstay Steven Jackson (No. 38) were revealed in Sunday night’s telecast. NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk, one of the greatest running back to ever suit up for the Rams, thinks Jackson deserved to be higher. The rankings are based completely on votes from NFL players. “When you look at what he brings to the table, he’s a complete back,” Faulk said on Sunday night’s “Top 100: Players of 2011 Reactions” show. “He can take it the distance, he gets the tough yardage, and yes, he carries the […]

Will Bears, Chiefs fall victim to playoff hangovers?

With “The Hangover II” opening on Memorial Day weekend, “NFL Total Access” made the natural segue into which NFL playoff teams will suffer a football hangover in 2011. 

Risk isn’t worth reward for Ochocinco

Chad Ochocinco is smart and knows what he has to do to prepare for the season, but his latest stunt was a very high-risk thing to do that doesn’t offer much reward.

Reggie Bush still effective in right system

Reggie Bush has a lot of good football left in him, but only in the right situation.

Poly’s biggest cheerleaders: Diaz and Snoop

When those Friday night lights snap on around the country this fall, there’s one high school team that can say they’ve produced more NFL players than any other. It’s in Texas right? Florida? Nope. Fear the Jackrabbit.

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