So, Johnny Manziel wants to play in the NFL again. For his sake, let's hope that he's cleaned up his life and wants to take being a professional quarterback seriously, which if he does, good for him. Not many get a second chance after blowing the first one like he did with his actions. If anything, he's lucky to be alive with all of the things he did outside of
About this time of year, every sports site worth its salt does their predictions piece. They will tell you who is going to win each conference, who’s going to be a Wildcard, who’s going to Super Bowl L and who will win the various post-season awards. We at Fantasy JAM will get you all of that info too, but we will do it when we are live on Opening Day,
Some players are going to get ridiculed no matter what they do. Fairly or unfairly they get a label and they can never seem to shake it. Tony Romo is one such player, who has actually become a very good NFL QB, but all he will be remembered for is dating Jessica Simpson and fumbling a snap that cost the Cowboys a playoff game. Eli Manning is another such player.
It was all set; the San Diego Chargers were going to have Eli Manning as their franchise savior. He was going to be the guy to lead the ‘Bolts to a place only Stan Humphries had ever been before, but I imagine even Charger fans want to forget that beat-down they got at the hands of Steve Young and the San Francisco 49ers. Manning was a stud at Ole Miss
Week one of the NFL season is in the books for the NFC North, here's the InscriberMag's look at what was a surprising week one in this weeks NFC North Roundup. Lions roar over Giants in Monday Night Football opener, 35-14: Matthew Stafford's upside to this game was his ability to improvise. This could, if anything alone, show Lions fans a sign of significant improvement. The top pick from the 2009 out
Last time we talked about the drafting the QB position in fantasy football within the aspects of rounds 1-7. Whether or not it’s the right idea to take a QB early (Brees/Rodgers) over waiting till later on (Romo/Stafford/RG3) is still yet to be determined. However, no player is immune to injury, and no fantasy team is solid without a stacked bench. A good backup can fulfill many purposes, trade bait,
The New York Giants resigned Victor Cruz for a six-year, $45.879 million contract with $15.6 million guaranteed through 2018. The gravity of this signing is huge for the Giants. It keeps Eli Manning’s slot receiver in blue for what will probably be the last run of Eli’s great career. With Hakeem Nicks entering a contract year, keeping at least one of the top two receivers was imperative. Cruz is now