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The Fake Football:
St. Louis Rams
With week one in the books, there was a clear cut winner between the battle of Joe Flacco vs Josh Freeman. Josh Freeman struggled in finding a rhythm against the Jets, completing just 48.4% of his passes for a paltry 210 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT. Joe Flacco, on the other hand, put up solid numbers for owners who had him in their lineups, going 34-62 for 362 yards, 2 TDs and 2 INTs. While the game wasn’t ideal for the Ravens, Flacco was forced to throw from behind, causing smiles for fantasy owners. So for those counting at home, I’m 0-1, while @AnthonyOlivetti starts off with the win. With that, let’s kick off this week’s showdown.
JS: My Candidate for Week 2: Carson Palmer (vs DET)
In week two, there are a lot of quarterbacks I like (especially the other guy who will be discussed here), but this week, I’m picking Carson Palmer as a guy who needs to be your QB2 if you don’t have a stud penciled in.
Palmer and the Cardinals go up against the Detroit Lions. This game should be a passi...
BEST OF MAXIM
Tweet Brian Urlacher, the retired All-Pro Chicago Bears linebacker, has been in the sports headlines for his quotes a lot lately. This time, Urlacher is sounding a lot bit bitter that current Bears quarterback is the only former teammate that hasn’t called Urlacher since he’s been retired. Urlacher recently sat down with Graham Bensinger and vented about […]
I love me some Ditka Juan…
Jay Cutler Riding the Black Unicorn
Peyton Manning Has His Own Type of Weed
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENE CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler might be showing signs he's a different player this season. What is certain is that he's a less frustrated, healthier and better-protected player in new coach Marc Trestman's system.
Cutler showed signs of leadership and determination in last Sunday's 24-21 comeback win...
Jay Cutler avoided a sack in the opener, which is a different feeling for him. He’s working behind a new offensive line that offered more protection than it had in the past.
One thing was clear in the Arizona Cardinals' season opener, Carson Palmer has more than Larry Fitzgerald as a reliable target.
Sure, Fitzgerald had eight catches for 80 yards and two touchdowns, but Andre Roberts and Michael Floyd had big games, too, although it was for naught in a 27-24 loss to St. Louis.
Roberts caught nine passes, matching his career best, for 97 yards...
The Baltimore Ravens have had a great deal of success against the Cleveland Browns, winning the last ten games against their divisional opponent. But that does not mean that Sunday’s matchup is a definite win for the Ravens.
Here’s a look at how the Ravens and the Browns match up.
Joe Flacco (Photo credit: Jack Dempsey/AP Photo)
Joe Flacco is looking to connect better...
The way AJ Green shredded a secondary that was supposed to be the strength of this team is concerning, but AJ Green is a top-3 receiver in this league so maybe they get a pass. The good news is their offense looked very good against a very strong Cincinnati defense. Jay Cutler wasn’t sacked once by a dominant Cincinnati defensive line as their retooled offensive line help up. The...
Brian Urlacher is upset that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler hasn’t called him since he retired this past offseason.
Urlacher sat down with Graham Bensinger who asked him if anyone has given him the cold shoulder since he left football.
“I did not hear from Jay … out of all the guys I played with,” replied Urlacher.
He was then asked why he’s so bitter.
“I felt like I stood...
There are few sports personalities in the Windy City that are as loved and respected as Da Coach, Iron Mike Ditka. There are few personalities in any town--not just Chicago--that people love to hate more than Jay Cutler.
So who better for Jay to walk in to a press conference wearing than a t-shirt with a big Ditka face on it (complete with cigar!)?
Love it Jay. Love it.
The Chicago Bears are focusing more on their pass rush than stopping Adrian Peterson as they head into Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. “I think as a D-lineman, we definitely want to stop the
Mike Greenberg and his partner Mike Golic will hit the road for hyped up college football and NFL games this year. They’ll be in Evanston on Friday, Oct. 4, in advance of Saturday’s match-up with “Greeny’s” alma mater vs. the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The co-host of the nationally syndicated ESPN radio show “Mike And Mike in the Morning” was gracious enough to grant me an...
When asked who has failed to communicate with him since he stepped away from the game, Brian Urlacher responded with Jay Cutler, and no one else.
ST. LOUIS -- After he dragged down Carson Palmer three times, twice knocking the ball from the Arizona quarterback's hand in the process, Robert Quinn's phone went off.
"He texted me, and we were going back and forth for a while," Quinn says Wednesday. "He was like, 'You know, if you keep that up ...' I was like, Come on, really?"
The Marc Trestman era in Chicago began with a win for the Bears against the Cincinnati Bengals in the season opener. Now, Trestman is set for his first NFC North opponent to visit Soldier Field. The Bears welcome the Minnesota Vikings to the Lake Front on Sunday in a divisional battle.The Vikings were defeated by the Detroit Lions in their season opener and are facing a 0-2 start...
Not a Chance in Hell
Have you ever felt more certain of the outcome of a game already than the game between the Vikings and the Bears this weekend? The Vikings head to Chicago for only the second game of the season, but they leave Detroit with a division loss and head into a raging inferno or herpes needles at Soldier Field to face another divisional opponent in Chicago. But...