Found October 02, 2013 on
San Diego Chargers
New York Giants
Time to take a look at players that we should look to be moving and players that we should be trying to acquire. It’s time to bamboozle these fools with the Bait and Switch:
You know it’s coming. One hit and this dude is out. Now is the time to get the most value out of him. He most likely is your 2nd QB, or maybe you grabbed Rivers off waivers. Get something out of him before the rug gets pulled out.
Raise your hand if you are impressed with the Rolling Ball of Butcher Knives…hello? Anyone? Bueller? 3.3 YPC is not getting it done, but he is the guy there while Bradshaw is out. I fully expect a time share once AB returns. If you can still get #1 RB value for him, I would pull the trigger.
Williams has been a nice story this season. Racking up rushing yards and such. Where are the receptions and TDs? Not there and not going to be there. Time is now to move him as J-Stew could return to the lineup and this becomes a huge mess.
Bowe got a garbage time TD last week, but he is still not getting the deep shots we want out of him. Next week we could see 4/39 and we will be ready to jump off a cliff.
Thompkins has been nice over the last 2 weeks, but with the eminent return of Danny Amendola and Rob Gronk coming back, those targets are going down for KT. Might as well move him while you can get good value.
Rivers is surprisingly a top 5 QB this season and the way they are using him, that doesn’t look it will be changing anytime soon. The schedule is bueno, the matchups are muy bueno, and he may be available on the cheap.
RG3 is only going to get better. The bye week should give him a good chance to get in football shape. The defense stinks and he will be slinging it. Oh, and the NFC East is like swiss cheese.
David Wilson, why can’t I quit you!!! The Giants surprised everyone today by releasing Da’Rel Scott who was on the field a lot. Was this a ploy to give Wilson the ball? Maybe. It sure as hell is not going to be Brandon Jacobs. It could be Michael Cox. I want to see what Wilson can do with 20 touches against the Eagles. C’mon Coughlin, do it!!
Reggie Bush is a stud…when he is one the field. Getting this many touches and playing on turf is a recipe for missed games for Mr Bush. Grabbing Bell on the cheap now is a smart move in case Bush misses time. Bell would be an instant top 10 RB.
White is getting closer to 100% and should be after the Falcon’s bye week. Now is the time to grab him and hope that after the bye he can be a strong WR2 down the stretch.
Let’s Get Wired UP in Week 5!!
Defenses to Stream in Week 5
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Michael Vick, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees have all had their fair share of injuries. In the 2006-2007 season, Drew Brees tore his labrum in his throwing shoulder, which would ultimately result in his departure from San Diego. In the 2008-2009 season, just one year after nearly having an undefeated season, Tom Brady tore his ACL in the first game of the season. Peyton...
Michael Vick has been inconsistent in the last three weeks and due to the overall struggles of the offense, it may be time for Chip Kelly to consider pulling the plug on the Michael Vick Experience.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and Michael Vick's teammates will sign a familiar chorus when asked about the team's offensive struggles...
Michael Vick and the Eagles offense were brilliant in the season opener against the Redskins. Since then the offensive results have been uninspiring. Photo courtesy: Washington Post
Chip Kelly and the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles took the National Football League by storm on September 9th in the season opener against the Washington Redskins.
In the first half Kelly's squad screamed...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BERNIE WILSON AP Sports Writer It turns out that Philip Rivers didn't need to be fixed after two tough seasons.
He just needed to be plopped into the no-huddle, no-hurry offense that rookie coach Mike McCoy and his top assistants drew up.
Rivers has thrown for 400 yards twice in four games after doing it three times in his...
[caption id="attachment_81" align="alignright" width="278"] Mike Vick has to do his part to turn this season around[/caption]
By: Adam Dandrea
There is no denying the problems this Eagles team has as a whole. From the special teams to the defense to the offenses inability to score in the redzone. You can blame a lot of people for a lot of different...
The Broncos sacked Michael Vick three times in the Eagles 52-20 loss.
On paper, this was an obvious mismatch. On the field, it
should have never equated to what it was.
Does anybody remember when it was 21-13 at the half? Okay,
just making sure that actually happened.
It was known coming into this game that the Eagles didn’t
have the weapons to match up with the Denver Broncos...
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