T.J. Yates or Ryan Fitzpatrick?
Yes. They did not play well on the road this season at Cincinnati.and last season.
Thanks for stopping by today. We'll be back next Friday to preview the battle with the Minnesota Vikings. I'm looking forward to talking to one of my favorite NFL coaches Mike Zimmer on Wednesday. Look for his Q&A on AjC.COM. He's awesome. He doesn't know how to do that "coachspeak" deal. He keeps it REAL!
Add Lowery and Arenas in there. B-plus. Soliai and Hester have been awesome. Jackson does the dirty work in there. Lowery has been an update. Arenas is nickel back and returner insurance.
You're welcome. He plays well. Solid tackler. He seems to get hurt every game though. Worried about his durability.
That's how they opened the season against the Saints. Not new. Holmes played 85 percent (57) of the snaps. Garimi played 43 percent (29 snaps) and was used as the Jumbo TE to block.
No I don't. They are going to see if the players they drafted can develop. Andre Carter is the name fans are dragging all over the web. He's 35! Has 80.5 sacks though. They already have Osi.
Yes, you can sign Spoon to a one-year make-good deal. You can't ever have enough good NFL players.
He's problems in Chicago may have revolved around that nutty QB that they have.
No, that money was spent to stop the run first, get a push second. With the push, the ends have to start coming off the edge and they still need better pass coverage by linebackers.
They get to pick what jerseys to wear. That's about it..
They get to be European Ambassadors of USA Football.
You have a pass rush line and run stuff line. The big boys come out in passing situations. Yeah, I want to see more Massaquoi and Maponga.
He usually has had a CB and safety over the top. No sense in throw bombs into double coverage. They have indeed been shorter in order to beat the double teams.
Yes, to a one-year, make-good deal like Corey Peters had to sign after getting hurt. Unless, someone swoops in with a much better offer. The Falcons like Spoon.
They need to keep working on the run defense and ramping up the pass rushers. Seen enough of Beirmann. Let's see what Maponga and Massaquoi can do.
He's out indefinitely. I think that means a long time in his case. The Patterson kid is a dangerous receiver, but can Matt Cassel or Teddy Bridgewater get him the ball. They are using the Jerick McKinnon kid from Georgia Southern and Sprayberry High.
Yes, they did until he learned how to read NFL defense. Now, he knows when to run and extend plays at this level. He's not just running around like a chicken with his head cut off like Johnny Football looked in the preseason.
Disagree. He was unstoppable. It was like Paul Brown used to say about Jim Brown. Something about riding the horse etc.