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The Camel Clutch Blog:
This may be one of the worst fantasy football seasons in recent memory when it comes to the waiver wire. I can’t think of another season in recent years with as little to choose from on the wire.
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With San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews struggling to hold onto the football, Jackie Battle is now listed as the starting running back down in Southern California.
I’m sure the Chargers will give Mathews a chance to earn his starting spot back, but right now Battle is getting the job done.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Marty Schottenheimer was in town for the Chiefs' alumni weekend before heading back to his home in Charlotte, N.C., and back into retirement.
Perhaps some Chiefs fans should have tackled him before he got to the Kansas City airport.
Yes, it's getting that desperate in these parts.
The Chiefs not only fell to 1-3 on Sunday with yet another head-scratching...
Cards Visit Rams for NFC West Bout
When the NFL schedule came out over the summer Thursday night's scheduled bout between the Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams at the Jones Dome (8:20 pm ET, NFL Network) didn't garner much attention. But suddenly this is a rather attractive matchup, pitting one of the last undefeated teams in the league against another...
I’m responding to an email inquiry, in advance of the Thursday game again this week. With bye weeks starting this week (yes, we had a ‘mini bye’ last week) owners are faced with some difficult add/drop decisions for the first time this season. In an attempt to solve some of the problems, we’ll take a [...]
The Chiefs were riding high after a solid victory last week against the Saints, but their parade was promptly and torrentially rained upon by Phillip Rivers and the Chargers. This game was not so much about the Chargers being vastly superior, as it was about how truly terrible the Chiefs are.Heroes: Phillip Rivers, Jackie BattleFor years, Phillip Rivers has led this Chargers team...
I am highlighting the top 3 guys who I feel had a “freak show” performance this week. In other words, these are the guys who exceed any and all projections that were made for them going into Week 4. Most people consider these performances a “fluke”.Brian Hartline, WR – Miami DolphinsThis guy is going to be hit or miss every single week and will never do the same thing...
Leslie Frazier had a wide smile as he hugged receiver Jerome Simpson on the field after the Minnesota Vikings' 20-13 win at Detroit on Sunday.
Frazier had good reason to be happy. He took over as Minnesota's coach 11 games into the 2010 season, replacing the fired Brad Childress on an interim basis and then earning the permanent job with three late-season wins. One thing...
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Play of the Week- Arian Foster should have no trouble rushing against a Jets team that gave up 134 yards and 34 points...
We wrap up the fourth Sunday of the NFL season by looking at a handful of players who exceeded expectations and a handful who failed to deliver.
Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins: Um, obviously. The four-year veteran has never had more than 615 yards in a single season. Sunday, he 253 in one game against the Cardinals.
Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins: Um, obviously...
The Arizona Cardinals - check that, THE FOUR-AND-OH ARIZONA CARDINALS - have been the biggest surprise in the NFL season so far, and a major factor that sees the NFC West leading the league in wins at the quarter pole. But now they prepare to take on an improved Rams team that is undefeated in their home stadium so far.
If respectability starts at home - and the four NFC...