Let’s take a look at why exactly the New York Jets need to make the switch from Geno Smith to Michael Vick.
Because we think that extra million is just one too many.
Senior Producer And NFL Lead Analyst For Bleacher Report Aaron Nagler: “I Think The Ceiling Is Much Higher With Michael Vick”
Bustin’ Loose: 8-21-13: Aaron Nagler, the lead NFL analyst for the bleacher report joined the guys to talk about Von Miller, the Panthers and the Eagles choice to start Michael Vick.
In any other season it might have been a good game but when the Panthers and Eagles square off Monday night the only people that might be interested in turning on their televisions are those in the Philadelphia and Charlotte markets. That’s provided they haven’t already lost interest in their home teams.
Hey Panthers, The Broncos Are Coming, The Broncos Are Coming (And So Are John Fox And Peyton Manning)
The Broncos and Panthers hook up for just the fourth time ever this Sunday and it should be a memorable day. John Fox returns, the only head coach to lead Carolina to a Super Bowl, and QB Peyton Manning, who won the big game in 2007, visits as one of his final stops before landing in Canton when his Hall of Fame career is over.
Phil Simms answers questions about the state of the NFL after seven weeks.
Earlier this summer Panthers center Ryan Kalil bought an ad in the paper stating that he thought the Panthers could make it to the Super Bowl. Obviously with Kalil doing his best Don Draper impersonation, this fired up the fans of the team with thoughts of returning to the big game almost a decade after the Panthers’ first appearance in a Super Bowl. Well, there is one way and one way only for Carolina to get Super Bowl bound, and that is to make the playoffs. So how do the Panthers make the playoffs?
The keyword is “upside.” And these guys have it. Here are the top 10 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2012 NFL season.
One of my favorite days of the off season is when the NFL schedule comes out. I don’t recall there being a three hour production on the schedule in years past but in the day in age of the players declaring the team they are signing with by shaving it into the back of their head, and LeBron’s decision, why not have a show to announce the schedule that is as long as one of the Lord of the Rings movies.
It’s hard to turn on the TV nowadays and not hear Tom Brady, Eli Manning or Peyton Manning being compared to each other. Is Brady the greatest of all time? Has Eli moved into the elite quarterback status? Is this the end for Peyton, or does he have a few more years in the tank?