Found September 23, 2013 on
San Francisco 49ers
Week 3 of the NFL season provided a good reminder to fantasy football players—certainly one that’s good for me to have every now and again: don’t overthink it.
1) “Should I sit Russell Wilson this week? The Seahawks should run all over Jacksonville.”
I dropped Wilson in my rankings based on just that premise, and his yardage was a good indication that Seattle didn’t need to pass much. But four touchdowns later, it should be noted that just because something should happen doesn’t mean it will.
2) “Should I start Sam Bradford over ?”
Yes, Bradford had two good games. And yes, his completion percentage and quarterback ratings are both career bests thus far. But he hasn’t proven anything over the long term yet, and should be used with caution until he shows that back-to-back decent fantasy performances are more than blips on the radar.
3) Not just anyone can be Peyton Manning.
I never could’ve predicted seven touchdowns in Week 1, but I did note that Manning wa
BEST OF MAXIM
After 11 300-yard passing efforts last weekend, the league average returned to normal this week as just six quarterbacks topped 300 yards over the...
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had four touchdowns Sunday against the Jaguars before being pulled in the third quarter.Fantasy Spin:The Seahawks pulled out their starters after going up 31-0 with 11:41 remaining in the third. Wilson threw for 202 yards in the game and hit Sidney Rice and Zach Miller two times apiece for scores.
Relaxed and grinning, Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch watched Tarvaris Jackson and Christine Michael finish the job. The Seattle Seahawks dealt with the Jacksonville Jaguars just like champions should: strike early, strike hard, then get some time for the second string.
The Seahawks improved to 3-0 with a 45-17 mauling of the Jaguars. By the end of the third quarter, the backups...
Russell Wilson matched his career high with four touchdown passes - two each to Sidney Rice and Zach Miller - and the Seattle Seahawks dominated as expected in a 45-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Seattle improved to 3-0 for the first time since 2006, beginning a stretch of four straight games against the AFC South. And none will likely be easier than overwhelming...
FINAL SCORE: 45-17
GAME MVP: Russell Wilson ( 202 yards, 4 TDs )
Analysis: The Seahawks won this one in blowout fashion, and that can't be much of surprise to anyone. Pretty much everyone agrees that the Seahawks are the team to beat in the NFL, and most people also agree that the Jaguars have the best chance of going winless this season. The Seahawks...
Russell Wilson got well then he rested.
A week after one of the worst statistical games of his career the Seattle quarterback rebounded with one of his best to lead the Seahawks to an expectedly easy 45-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in front of 68087 on Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
Wilson tied a career-high with four touchdown passes all in the first 34 minutes of the game...
SEATTLE (AP) -- After just 2 quarters, Russell Wilson traded his helmet for a baseball cap. The Seattle Seahawks' domination of Jacksonville went as everyone expected.
Wilson matched his career high with four touchdown passes -- two each to Sidney Rice and Zach Miller -- and the Seahawks overwhelmed the Jaguars 45-17 on Sunday. Seattle improved to 3-0 for the first time since...
On a roll
The Seattle Seahawks were home again this week to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. After being a huge favorite, the Seahawks came through with a 45-17 win, going to 3-0 on the season for the second time in team history.
After a win like this, it’s nice to celebrate, but it’s time to move forward quickly to focus on the next game.
Before we move on, though, I need...
Chris Clemons, the Seattle Seahawks sack leader the past three seasons, will make his 2013 debut in Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at CenturyLink Field.
Clemons has been out for over eight months after he damaged a ligament and meniscus in his left knee
Hawks move to 3-0
A blow out win for sure, but isn’t that what we were expecting out of the Seahawks against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars.
Not such a nice homecoming for Gus Bradley, but whatever, he was the one who decided to jump ship. You can’t have your cake and eat it too, or something along those lines.
The Seahawks started with a three and out, and I thought uh-oh, here...
While the trip to Seattle and the west coast adventure by the Jacksonville Jaguars has been a bit of a family reunion for new head coach Gus Bradley, not lost in this mix is the fact that right now, Seattle is the best team in the NFL.Some would argue the Jaguars, not the Browns remain the bottom feeder of the league. A win today is a must for the franchise from Florida.While Seattle...
The National Football League continues all season long on FOX Sports with doubleheader action featured every Sunday of the regular season. Week five offers up a number of great contests to choose from including Russell Wilson's Seahawks against Andrew Luck's Colts in a battle of the quarterbacks. Also on tap this week, the Bears host the Saints in what could be a battle of...