Colin Kaepernick is now facing criticism a year after taking over as the 49ers starting quarterback
Adam Levitan has notes on 33 players to consider adding to your squad, including Bucs RB Brian Leonard
Dave rekindles his romance with his BFF Mark Ingram.
Andrew was blown away by the 40 first downs and marvels its awesomeness.
Kevin revels in Rob Ryan’s defense holding the Cowboys to ZERO third down conversions and his romance continues with Kenny Stills.
Ralph explains why the San Francisco 49ers are the worst team to play the week before a Thursday night game.
Andrew analyzes how the Saints can survive on defense the next few weeks if they are without both Malcolm Jenkins and Kenny Vaccaro. Corey White will be prominently involved and it won’t be a crisis.
Plus your Twitter questions and Worst Tweet of the Week award.
The boys wrap up previewing the 49ers game, coaches they hate (Jim Harbaugh), using words Ralph doesn’t understand and talking about Richie Incognito.
Kevin mutes himself multiple times while talking.
Ralph asks if Jonathan Martin is going to be interviewed by Oprah.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones not ready to get ‘panicky’ after blowout loss against Saints (Shutdown Corner)
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones does not believe now is the time to get “panicky.”
If not now, then when?
Dallas was recently dismantled during a 49-17 loss against the New Orleans Saints this past Sunday. New Orleans compiled 625 yards against Dallas’ putrid defense, while Dallas’ offense could produce only nine first downs and 17 points. Dallas (5-5) is currently tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for first place in the NFC East.
However, Jones is not ready to make any changes.
“5-5 is not acceptable,” Jones said on his radio show on KRLD-FM Tuesday, via Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “But we can we can say we were close in four of the games we lose. You can get critical of everything you saw in New Orleans. But we had a chance to win at Kansas City and we had a chance to win against Denver. Don’t look at what happened to us the other night (in New Orleans) and become panicky. I’m not going to address the coaching staff and whether they are safe. We are 5-5. We got players coming back. We got one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. It doesn’t call for much changes at all.”
It is easy for Jones to say that now, but we will see where he stands after this season.
Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin has the NFL’s worst-ranked defense, and he is most likely candidate to lose his job after this season. Dallas is giving up a league-high 439.8 yards per game and 25.8 points, which puts more pressure on quarterback Tony Romo, who has played well this season.
Dallas coach Jason Garrett is also on the hot seat, but that is nothing new. Garrett may not retain his job if Dallas misses the playoffs. Of course, Garrett’s future is questionable even if Dallas makes it to the postseason.
Jones is not ready to panic, but that does not mean Cowboys fans are at ease.
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Both players compiled impressive statistics in the Saints’ big win over Dallas
Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro says he’ll miss the game with the 49ers after suffering a concussion in the Sunday night rout of the Cowboys
Mostly NFL Notes: Nick Foles continues to impress, Andre Brown emerges and a Week 10 recap (Roto Arcade)
Despite E.J. Manuel ’s return, the Steelers won fairly easily in a game that featured mostly fantasy disappointments. Ben Roethlisberger threw for just 204 yards and one touchdown, taking four sacks (resulting in a whopping 40 yards lost). In other words, he had a Net YPA of 4.8 while posting a 1:1 TD:INT ratio…One week after looking like he was “back,” C.J. Spiller (who was likely on most benches then) ran for 23 yards on eight carries and gained 11 yards on three catches (when he was likely started in most leagues). Spiller is trolling at this point, especially considering how favorable his matchup looked (the Steelers had allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing RBs entering Week 10). He faces a Jets front seven in Week 11 that has yielded the third-fewest fantasy points to enemy backs this season and then has a bye, so Spiller continues to frustrate… Stevie Johnson has averaged just 45.5 yards while scoring only one touchdown over his past six games and left Sunday’s contest with a groin injury. He’s not exactly a reliable option moving forward… Le’Veon Bell ceded carries to both Jonathan Dwyer and Felix Jones early on but finished with 96 yards on 25 touches with a touchdown. He may not be efficient with this offensive line, but he’s a rare breed these days as a true feature back, making him an every week fantasy starter without question… Antonio Brown was quiet early but ended up with six catches for 104 yards on another 11 targets. The 5-10 wideout leads the NFL with 61 receptions ( Pierre Garcon is tied with him, but he’s also played one more game).
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This trick play, while not totally unique, was still pretty awesome
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