With week three of the NFL in the books, here are the inaugural InscriberMag’s NFL Power Rankings. 1. Cincinnati Bengals (3-0): Thanks to a 33-7 thrashing of the Tennessee Titans, the Bengals solidified their spot as top cat. Capable game-managing quarterback in Andy Dalton, dynamic offense in A.J. Green, Giovanni Bernard, Mohamed Sanu and a fierce pass rush. Cincinnati is clicking on all cylinders. 2. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0): With
AFC East: 1. New England Patriots 12-4- Tom Brady and company can’t be stopped on offense. 2. Buffalo Bills 7-9 - E.J. Manuel won’t go through the sophomore slump with Sammy Watkins and C.J. Spiller at his side. They still need more time to develop into a playoff contender. 3. Miami Dolphins 7-9- The Dolphins need a bit more firepower on offense to be a playoff contender. 4. New
The San Francisco 49ers might be without their best pass rusher as outside linebacker Aldon Smith has apparently been arrested on suspicion of a DUI. It is now the second time Smith has gotten in trouble for driving under the influence since January of 2012 and in that situation the charges got reduced to reckless driving. Late this is what got tweeted by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's office late this morning in regards to the arrest. Aldon Smith was
With fantasy football in full swing and leagues still—or are already—being formed, one player that owners may target is Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush. Bush, who signed with the Lions as a free-agent for four years and $16 million, gives the Lions a home-run threat out of the backfield at both running back and as a wide receiver who can split or flex out in certain formations. For fantasy
They say that defense wins championships. If that is the case then the Carolina Panthers might be well on their way to a Superbowl is linebacker Luke Kuechly keeps having impressive performances like he has so far this preseason. When the Panthers took down the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, 34-27, Kuechly put on a defensive clinic, making it incredibly difficult for the Ravens’ offense to get anything going.
Finally the deal goes down the Atlanta Falcons have acquired defensive-end Osi Umenyiora, formerly of the Giants to a two-year, $8.5 million contract. The contract was dealt back and forth for almost a week now and contains another $3.5 million with incentives The Miami Dolphins were the other team that was in the mix and made him an offer but with a home Atlanta he didn’t shy away from the Falcons offer on the table
After the 2013 NFL scouting combine there's a clear picture of what may happen come draft day and here are few things that paint a better picture of those possibilities. Trying To Get Things Back On Track Mante Te'o A few days ago Te'o got surrounded by the press and that was overshadowed by his dismal 40 time. Chris Mortensen tweeted that "many teams feel Notre Dame ILB Manti Te'o