Archive for September, 2010

Week Three: Jean-Paul Bergeaux’s List of Things

Things I Know: Big yardage by a QB in a game is a bad sign. It is conventional wisdom that a big yardage game by a QB was a sign of a winning game.  The last few years, it’s been the other way around.  Look at the top QB yardages performances of the first three […]

Jaguars pick up former Bills QB Trent Edwards

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports via twitter that the Jaguars have claimed Trent Edwards off waivers. The move doesn’t come as a surprise given the Jaguars’ shaky quarterback play and the season-ending injury to Luke McCown. Edwards likely jumps ahead of Todd Bouman as the No. 2 on the depth chart, and should have […]

3 reasons why I like Carolina’s situation against New Orleans

Williams’ workload will be full blast in the Superdome Sunday. Falcons hangover: This is the perfect time to go into New Orleans and upset the Saints.  Brees’ boys are coming off a game they should have won in OT.  Don’t you think they will be emotionally haywire?  I believe there’s a lingering effect after such […]

Despite knee injury, Rice could play vs Steelers Sunday

Ray Rice has a “significant” contusion on his knee but still could play Sunday at the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Ravens running back injured his knee in the fourth quarter of the 24-17 win over the Cleveland Browns. “I’m sure it’s a significant contusion,” coach John Harbaugh said after getting the MRI results. “So we’ll see […]

What the Redskins has to do to Survive Sunday in Philadelphia

Sunday’s game against the Rams proved one thing—the Skins are back.  This is exactly the kind of bumbling, shoulder-shrugging, excuse-making team that has tormented its fans for the last eight years. Once again, the underdogs come out smelling like roses.  Once again, opposing teams break old records and set a few new ones.  Once again, […]

Now former Niners OC Raye says he was surprised by firing

Deposed 49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye said Tuesday he was “a little stunned” when head coach Mike Singletary fired him on Monday morning. “If we’d been 1-2 or 2-1 and even won the (Week 2) Monday night game, I think this conversation wouldn’t be taking place,” Raye told CSN Bay Area. “I think with the […]

Two veteran kickers trying out for the Saints

A couple kickers are trying out for the Saints today, as both vets John Carney and Kris Brown are working out. As of now though, no decision has been made about Garrett Hartley, who has had a tough 2010. The New Orleans Saints apparently remain undecided about what to do with kicker Garrett Hartley, the […]

A tale of two kickers in Oakland

I was waiting and waiting to try and write something about Sunday’s loss. Something was telling me to wait. To digest what took place. ‘Cause let’s be honest, it was about as heartbreaking a loss as one will ever see. It wasn’t just a loss, but a complete opportunity to rise from the ashes like […]