Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Marshall’

ROUGHING THE PASSER: The End of an Era

The New York Giants have decided that, at 2-9, their season is over and they need to look at other options behind center. Richard O’Hagan doesn’t necessarily agree with them.

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DRAFT PREVIEW: Pick 6 – New York Jets

It is time to look at the sixth choice in this year’s Draft, which is owned by Todd Bowles’ New York Jets. 

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OFF-SEASON TRACKER: NFC EAST – UPDATED

Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.

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OFF-SEASON TRACKER: AFC EAST – UPDATED

Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.

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3 and out: Jets take off in 2nd half to overcome Browns

The Jets trailed 20-7 to the winless Browns but came roaring back to avoid an embarrassing loss in Cleveland, as under fire QB Ryan Fitzpatrick eventually woke from a first half slumber to lead his team to the win. Jordan Clark reports…

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LATE HITS – Fat Stafford, Whining Fitz, O’Brien’s chin and I hate Russell Wilson

Matt Stafford broke Redskin hearts, Harvard Fitz is sad, Russell Wilson sucks and Brill O’Brien goes above and beyond the call of duty. Here’s Dave Usher with his weekly “Late Hits”…

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Osweiler suffers on return as Broncos soar

Monday Night Football saw the return of a former quarterback as the Broncos reasserted their Super Bowl credentials and gave Brock Osweiler a reminder of what he left behind…

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PICK SIX – The Week Without Love

It has been a rocky old week in the NFL. Here’s Richard O’Hagan with our regular round up of what’s been going on.

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PICK SIX – Week One

Uncle Sam’s round up of the NFL stories that aren’t making the headlines.

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QUICK SNAPS – New York Jets

Quick Snaps brings you a brief look at the news that you might have missed about each team over the past few months. Up next, the New York Jets.

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