We tried to keep it short, so rolling out Marvin Jones, replacements for Jordan Cameron (concussion) and throwbacks to players like Jordan Todman and company couldn’t be done. Of course, as this Championship Week rolls on, numerous players are being shut down. Matt Schaub is back into the mix for the Texans. Ben Tate is [...]

Each week, we watch the insults, one-liners and vitriolic rants fly across the social media world, particularly the Twitterverse. The “anonymous” posts berate, mock and deride the on-field exploits of football players, coaches, officials and broadcasters. All of us participating in the media receive our fair share of emails, Tweets and posts regarding our predictions [...]

Lance Zierlein of SportsTalk 790 joined “The Fantasy Freaks” to set the stage for the 2013 NFL season with chatter about the AFC South, fantasy draft chatter about the new-school quarterbacks and change across the league. LanceZierlein on FF 72113

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Long the darling of pundits as a would-be “sleeper” rising in the AFC, Kubiak has felt the heat from media and fans for the past couple seasons for failing to reach those lofty expectations. When it was announced that Peyton Manning was likely lost for the season, the road to the AFC South title appeared [...]

Mike Harmon and John Halpin reunite for the first time in 2011. This time out, they’re talking about the LVPs, the Least Valuable Players, of 2010. It’s a varied list that includes discussions of Matt Schaub, Beanie Wells, Ryan Mathews and, of course, Brett Favre and Randy Moss. F15 The LVPs

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The 2009 NFL season provided more than a few chills, spills and thrills along the way. We entered the year with grand expectations at tailback, and conventional wisdom kept the draft board running back-heavy in the opening rounds. That age-old strategy just might fall to the wayside in 2010 given the number of pass-happy attacks [...]