Ever since high school, Marshawn Lynch has been compared to another running back. Lynch has been covered by the glory of someone else, will this be the year that he ultimately radiates his dominance on the gridiron?
Every year around this time, I find myself getting asked the same question over and over again from people who know I enjoy football. “So, who do you like this season?”
It would be hard for anyone to downplay what the Seattle Seahawks are now capable of heading forward. On Sunday they pretty much defended their well-deserved reputation as the team that nobody wants to face.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 131 yards in Seattle’s 24-14 playoff victory over the Washington Redskins.
When the red-hot Seahawks take on the equally scorching Redskins on Sunday afternoon in our nation’s capital the world will get to see the most fascinating QB battle in recent memory.
Mark Sanchez’s reunion with Pete Carroll became another performance he would rather forget. And it left Rex Ryan again defending his decision about who the Jets’ quarterback should be in what has become a lost season in New York.
Victor Cruz had the sellout crowd calling his name and dancing in the aisles. Then the greatest day in his short NFL career slipped off his fingertips.
The Giants already have gone through an emotional roller coaster this season and are coming off two dramatic come-from-behind victories. So where do they go from here?
The NFL, provided, perhaps, a bit of joy in a weekend dominated by the tragic loss of six people in Arizona, 14 others who were injured and the assassination attempt of Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
My season-long suspicion has been confirmed: the 2010 NFL season is the most tumultuous and unpredictable environment the fantasy world has ever seen.
It’s not often that a game against an 0-3 team is big, but Sunday’s match-up against the Bills in Orchard Park is crucial for the Jets.
It has happened to ALL of us. Every single fantasy football owner EVER has add/dropped or traded for a player whom they thought, based on early statistical success, would help carry their team to the Fantasy Football League Championship.