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Fantasy Update

Jan 18, 2017
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New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is expected to be released by the team this offseason, according to ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini. What It Means: Marshall just completed arguably the worst season of his career as he enters the final year of his contract. His 59 catches were the lowest since his 2006 rookie season while 788 receiving yards represent just the second time Marshall has been held under 1,000 yards since that first year in the league. The Jets' abysmal quarterback play didn't help much, but Marshall will be 33 by the start of next season and is due $7.5...
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Miami Dolphins fans watch as Matt Ryan leads Falcons to Super Bowl LI

Miami Dolphins fans watch as Matt Ryan leads Falcons to Super Bowl LI

The Miami Dolphins are not playing in the Super Bowl and are getting ready to watch and see if Tom Brady will take the Patriots back to the biggest game of the year.While the Dolphins fans wait, they are most certainly shaking their head.Flashback to the 2008 NFL draft when the Dolphins, in di...
numberFire Jan 18, 2017

Brandon Marshall could be cut by Jets this offseason

New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is expected to be released by the team this offseason, according to ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini. What It Means: Marshall just completed arguably the worst season of his career as he enters the final year of his contract. His 59 catches were the lowest since his 2006 rookie season while 788 receiving yards represent just the second time Marshall has been held under 1,000 yards since that first year in the league. The Jets' abysmal quarterback play didn't help much, but Marshall will be 33 by the start of next season and is due $7.5...

Julian Edelman on cusp of passing Wes Welker's Patriots playoff record

Julian Edelman on cusp of passing Wes Welker's Patriots playoff record
Pats Pulpit Jan 12, 2017
Former Patriots WR Wes Welker apparently eyeing a coaching career

Former Patriots WR Wes Welker apparently eyeing a coaching career

The former NFL great is looking to college to get his first coaching job. During his time with the New England Patriots, Wes Welker was one of the most productive wide receivers in the NFL. In six seasons with the team, he caught 741 passes for 8,145 yards and 41 touchdowns. He was voted to five Pro Bowls while being part of five AFC East championship teams and two squads that reached the Super Bowl. In short: Welker knows a thing or two about playing a big role on a successful team. And now it seems he wants to help others be successful; namely the University of Tennessee. According to...
Plain Dealer Jan 11, 2017
New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman climbs NFL postseason ladder (videos)

New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman climbs NFL postseason ladder (videos)

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, a former Kent State quarterback, is one of the top postseason receptions leaders in the NFL and also the author of a children's book.
NFL reviewing Dolphins' application of concussion protocol on Moore hit

NFL reviewing Dolphins' application of concussion protocol on Moore hit

The NFL is set to decide if the Dolphins handled quarterback Matt Moore properly after he took a big hit against the Steelers.

Hyde: Patriots remind Dolphins how much work needs to be done Commentary

By the end, they were just another Miami Dolphins team that didn't match up to New England, and there have been so many of those through the recent years they all blend together.That's what hurt the most. This Dolphins team thinks it's different. It is different, too, if you look at the record...
FOX Sports Jan 1, 2017
New England Patriots: No Predictions Being Made for Michael Floyd

New England Patriots: No Predictions Being Made for Michael Floyd

The New England Patriots hope that wide receiver Michael Floyd can have a positive impact on the team. How far along is he in learning the system?Early in December, the New England Patriots claimed wide receiver Michael Floyd off of waivers from the Arizona Cardinals. Due to a down season and a DU...
Double-T Nation Dec 30, 2016
Former Texas Tech Running Back Named Bills Interim Head Coach

Former Texas Tech Running Back Named Bills Interim Head Coach

A former Red Raider star is getting a chance to be a head coach in the NFL. Earlier this week, the Buffalo Bills organization decided to go in a different direction with the firing of Rex and Rob Ryan after their week 16 overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins. In the process of deciding who will lead the team for the final week of the season, Buffalo chose a Red Raider named Anthony Lynn! Red Raider fans might remember this guy. Lynn played running back at Texas Tech from 1988 to 1991. During his career at Tech, he was named an All-Southwest Conference running back in 1990. However, his senior...
Pats Pulpit Dec 28, 2016
2016 Week 16 Patriots Power Rankings

2016 Week 16 Patriots Power Rankings

Check out what the 'experts' are saying about the Patriots after Week 16 L'Eggo my Eggo! The media sure is serving up heaping plates of waffles lately.  On one hand, it laments how the Patriots have the 'easiest route to the Super Bowl ever' and on the other, it's not so sure they are good enough to beat the Dolphins in Miami. (For those who haven't heard, the last time this team won in Miami was back on December 2, 2012 when the stadium was called Sun Life instead of Hard Rock, Wes Welker was still a Patriot and a certain murderous tight end caught 8 passes for 97 yards.) The Patriots...
Pats Pulpit Dec 27, 2016
Week 17 Patriots: Sweeping Dolphins and Broncos on road is good indicator of AFC success

Week 17 Patriots: Sweeping Dolphins and Broncos on road is good indicator of AFC success

If the Patriots can defeat the Dolphins in week 17, it bodes well for their postseason success. The Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins rank in the top five of homefield winning percentage dating back to the 1970 merger between the AFL and the NFL. The New England Patriots have a rare opportunity to go on the road and sweep both teams. The Patriots defeated the Broncos 16-3 in week 15 and face the Dolphins in week 17. Before the merger, teams often beat the Dolphin and Broncos, with nine teams performing the act between 1966-68, capped off by the Cleveland Browns sweeping both teams in...
Pats Pulpit Dec 26, 2016
NFL schedules perfect week 17 to keep Patriots, AFC playing hard to final whistle

NFL schedules perfect week 17 to keep Patriots, AFC playing hard to final whistle

The NFL decided not to flex the Patriots game. This was the smart decision. The NFL has decided not to flex the New England Patriots week 17 game against the Miami Dolphins to the 4:00 PM EST time slot and it’s the best decision for quality football. While the Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston Texans have nothing to play for, the remaining four AFC playoff teams will have to play to the final whistle. The Patriots will need to win early to ensure they have homefield advantage in the 2016 playoffs. If the NFL moved the game to the later slot, perhaps the Denver Broncos would run up an early...

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