Found September 17, 2012 on
Robert Griffin III
St. Louis Rams
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
How exactly do the Redskins plan to win more games this season? Certainly not with good defense, apparently.Sixteen catches by Danny Amendola, breaking a more than fifty year old Rams' single game record for receptions.I'm sorry, but if I'm coaching defense in a National Football League game, I'm putting two guys on Amendola, on every down, after he catches pass number six! Are you kidding me? This is Jim Haslett we're talking about, right? The same coordinator of Pittsburgh Steelers fame? It is? Oh Shhhh....Sixty-three points have been surrendered by this defense already, through just two games. (Okay, seven on special teams from that god awful blocked punt Sav Rocca had against the Saints last week).Still, if your defense continues giving away points at 31 per game, you're looking at a season grand total in excess of 500 points! The Redskins would need to score in excess of 600 points on the year just to break the .500 mark!No disrespect to Danny Amendola, ...
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Rams receiver Danny Amendola had 15 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 against the Redskins.Fantasy Spin:We know how valuable Amendola is in PPR leagues but this is just absurd. Most of the time, Amendola will catch 5-7 passes for 50-70 yards. Still, he's the most fantasy viable Rams receiver and he could threaten the 100-catch plateau.
Danny Amendola of the St. Louis Rams has 12 receptions in the first half to tie the NFL record set by the Colts' Reggie Wayne in 2007.
The reception total Sunday against the Washington Redskins tied his career high for a game and his 133 yards are a career high for Amendola, undrafted out of Texas Tech.
Amendola had a 1-yard touchdown reception, rebounding after his fumble...
Another week in the books for the NFL, and once again there were five players who scored a ton of fantasy points that came out of nowhere.A lot of us who play fantasy are already scouring the waiver wire in hopes of picking up someone to help their fledgling team.These five guys are going to stand out due to their Week 2 performances.But before you go making add drops take a look...
Sam Bradford and Danny Amendola carried the St. Louis Rams to victory over the Washington Redskins 31-28.The Washington Redskins came into St. Louis feeling really good about themselves and their trade for Robert Griffin III having knocked off the New Orleans Saints in week one, 40-32. St. Louis was not happy they lost a heart breaker to Detroit in week one 27-23.The game was marred...
Here at LBS we try to give you some fantasy football advice whenever we can. With all the breakout games some receivers and tight ends had on Sunday during Week 2, we figured we’d get you our advice as soon as possible so you can begin working the waiver wire accordingly.
Below are some of the top-performing wide receivers and tight ends from Week 2 who might be available in your...
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The Cruddy Show broadcasted for the first time ever on a Tuesday night and reviewed the St. Louis Rams 31-28 win over the Washington Redskins.
One of the things the crew talked about was who has been the Rams MVP thus far through the first two games? The consensus was split between wide receiver Danny Amendola and...
Here are some things we know with two weeks of the 2012 NFL regular season in the books:
Danny Amendola should be owned in all leagues, PPR or not. For years the rub on Danny Amendola has been that, when healthy, he is a Wes Welker-type receiver who will catch a lot of balls but will have trouble accumulating yards after the catch or reaching pay dirt. He’s been...
WR Danny Amendola (St. Louis)
Percent owned (ESPN): 15.7%
Danny Amendola is by far Sam Bradford’s favorite target and with Bradford looking improved early in the season, expect Amendola to put up good numbers the rest of the way, until further notice. In 2 games, he’s caught 20 passes for 230 yards and a score and half been the recipient on close to half of the Rams’ receiving...
Sam Bradford threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns and Danny Amendola caught 16 passes for 160 yards in rallying the St. Louis Rams to a 31-28 win over Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The Rams made their comeback after coach Jeff Fisher benched running back Steven Jackson for drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the second quarter.
The St. Louis Rams won their home opener against the Washington Redskins. Below are the top five things that were learned during the game.Sam Bradford Is Great When HelpedSam Bradford was able to account for three touchdowns in the game against the Redskins. With a good wide receiver core, Sam can get it done. With wide receivers open and actually able to catch the ball, Bradford...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Sam Bradford threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns and Danny Amendola caught 16 passes for 160 yards in rallying the St. Louis Rams to a 31-28 win over Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The Rams made their comeback after coach Jeff Fisher benched running back Steven Jackson for drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the second...