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Peyton’s Week 10 performance is among worst in NFL history

In order to qualify with a passer rating for a given game, a quarterback must attempt 20 passes. Unfortunately for future Hall of Fame Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, he threw exactly 20 on Sunday before being removed from a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. As a result, Manning — who went 5-of-20 for 35 yards with zero touchdowns and four interceptions — became the...
Via This Given Sunday
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Matt Hasselbeck's brother on QB: He's a 40-year-old backup

Thanksgiving should be fun wherever the Hasselbecks are celebrating it this year. The 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck again will be pressed into duty for the Colts to replace Andrew Luck, who will be out two-to-six weeks with a lacerated kidney. Matt’s younger brother, ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, doubts that his brother will be able to get the Colts...
Via The Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

No brotherly love: Tim Hasselbeck questions Matt's chances at QB

Matt Hasselbeck is tasked with leading Colts for up to six weeks at age 40. His brother, for one, is not a believer. Jeremy Brevard USA TODAY SportsThanksgiving at the Hasselbecks may be a little awkward this year.With Andrew Luck out for the next 2-6 weeks with a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdominal muscle, 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck will take over at quarterback for...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Hasselbeck calls brother Matt a ’40-year-old backup’

ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck was brutally honest Tuesday when asked to assess how his brother Matt would hold up as Indianapolis’s starting quarterback. “They have a 40-year-old backup that maybe has to play for six weeks, get you all the way to Week 16 of the NFL season before you potentially get Andrew Luck back,”...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andrew Luck may be dealing with rib injury

Andrew Luck has missed his team’s last two games with a sore throwing shoulder, but that may not be the only injury that has kept the Indianapolis Colts signal caller off the field. ESPN’s Tim Hasselbeck, who happens to be the brother of Colts backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, believes that Luck has been dealing with...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 16, 2015  |  Discuss

LOOK: Tim Hasselbeck says Cam Newton isn’t nearly as good as he thinks he is

Cam Newton made it very clear that he thinks he’s a special talent. Over the weekend, he said that “nobody has ever been who I’m trying to be,” and, understandably, some people are calling his statement into question, including ESPN analyst and former quarterback Tim Hasselbeck. .@tthasselbeck says Cam Newton is "wildly gifted" but has much room for improvement. pic.twitter...
Via cover32
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Hasselbeck Tweets Awesome High School Picture of His Brother Matt After He Signs Contract Extension With the Colts

You have to love family. They are the only ones that can throw shade at you and still be able to claim they love you without their noses growing. It doesn't mean we can't be mad at them when they do something like tweet old pictures from high school we would rather remain off the web.For example, take a look at the pic former NFL quarterback turned ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck tweeted...
Via FatManWriting
February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Hasselbeck: Peyton Manning Still Holds Career Edge Over Tom Brady

Four Super Bowl rings aren’t enough for Tim Hasselbeck to join Team Brady. Hasselbeck reiterated Monday on WEEI’s “Dennis and Callahan” that he thinks Peyton Manning still is better than Tom Brady despite the New England Patriots quarterback winning his fourth Super Bowl title Sunday. The former NFL QB and current ESPN analyst pointed to Manning’s role in the league...
February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

THass on staying local and other links

I am not sure why ESPN asked Tim Hasselbeck about his college decision, but it makes sense. Like all of our other recruiting issues with New England, I never understood why more guys didn't have local pride and/or a desire to stay home. [ESPN Video] Pride Led to Hasselbeck College Choice: ESPN analyst and Boston College alumnus Tim Hasselbe... #BC— Boston...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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