Watch: Tebow bids emotional goodbye to his dog, Bronco
Watch: Tebow bids emotional goodbye to his dog, BroncoAccording to ET, Tebow said he had to put Bronco to sleep on Wednesday, but did not detail why. He shared multiple photos as a tribute to his “son,” raised from a pup.
The Browns were trending up heading into Week 12. The Browns offense scored 41 points in Week 12 but the Eagles have scored 41 points as a team over their last three games. The Steelers are still one of the most talent-poor offenses in the NFL when JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner don’t
The five most pressing NFL questions in Week 8: Can John Brown help make Bills legit? Last week he inhaled eight targets and racked up six catches for 64 yards. The last time we saw this duo Tannehill and the suddenly appealing Titans offense will go to work against a Buccaneers defense
We’re 13 weeks into the NFL season. A few plots have played out to our expectations. Far more has gone far off the chain of our projected storyboard.
Each week of the season brings with it a new set of questions. Here, we’ll attempt to lay out five of the most pressing in the NFL that week. The answers to those will reveal deeper truths about how the rest of the story of the 2019 NFL season will unfold.
We’ll find that these revelations will have a lasting impact on not just fantasy managers, but the league as a whole.
Islanders eye record point streak vs. Pens
Squandering a three-goal lead against the Pittsburgh Penguins at home on Nov. 7 cost the New York Islanders a chance at achieving something the franchise hadn't done since its dynasty years. © APWF New York Islanders' Ryan Pulock (6) celebrates after scoring during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. The Islanders won 5-4 in overtime. (AP Photo/Gene J.
Recent Games more . Ryan Tannehill turns the corner for third-down TD scramble. Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill completes a 1-yard touchdown pass to offensive lineman Dennis Kelly.
Ryan Tannehill , QB, Tennessee Titans. Tannehill completed 17 of 22 pass attempts for 182 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday, giving him multiple touchdowns Williams got shut down last week by the Titans (nine touches for 25 yards) and will face an even better rush defense in Week 14 in Tampa Bay.
Can Ryan Tannehill keep it up?
Perhaps the best coaching decision of the 2019 NFL season belongs to Mike Vrabel. It is almost impossible to overstate how much the complexion of the Tennessee Titans has changed since they switched from Marcus Mariota to Ryan Tannehill as the starting quarterback.
Mariota simply stalled out the offense and kept the thrilling parts of the team hidden away from the public eye. Under Tannehill, everything has been better. Derrick Henry has been on a monstrous tear under Tannehill’s 5-1 run. Since Tannehill’s takeover, the hulking back leads the NFL with 724 yards at a ridiculous 6.1 yards per carry and eight total touchdowns. His 4.1 yards after contact per attempt is bested only by Lamar Jackson (minimum 50 carries).
Frequent Trump critic Popovich breaks out hilarious impression when talking losing streak
Frequent Trump critic Popovich breaks out hilarious impression when talking losing streakThere’s really no other way to put it.
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Rookie receiver A.J. Brown has caught on and continues to rip off big plays. He’s averaging over 17 yards per catch since Tannehill took over. Expect Brown to be a mega-popular breakout candidate headed into the 2020 fantasy season.
Make no mistake, the Titans have hardly turned into a high-flying pass attack under Tannehill’s watch. He ranks just 23rd in dropbacks since Week 7. However, his stunning efficiency is what’s sprung this leap for the Titans from the basements of doldrums to one of the most intriguing operations in the NFL.
Ranks among QBs to start multiple games this season:
- Completion rate: 2nd (72.7%)
- Yards per attempt: 1st (9.1)
- TD rate: 2nd (6.8)
- Passer rating: 2nd (113.9)
- Adjusted Yards per attempt: 2nd (9.4)
It’s not even close to outrageous to suggest Tannehill has been one of the most efficient passers in the league since he took over — that’s just a straight fact. However, it’s worth wondering how long he can keep this up. Tannehill isn’t a stranger to stretches of effective play. Those just quickly faded with injuries or too timid an approach to the game. He’s unlikely to be this player for the long haul but it’s been refreshing to see Tannehill play with more reckless abandon. Perhaps being the guy to replace the guy is a weight off.
Titans explode for 4 TDs in 6 plays, rout Jaguars 42-20
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans scored four touchdowns over six offensive plays in the third quarter, routing the Jacksonville Jaguars 42-20 Sunday for their second straight victory to keep themselves firmly in the AFC playoff hunt. Ryan Tannehill ran for two TDs and threw two TDs to improve to 4-1 as Tennessee’s starter. Derrick Henry ran for two TDs just 16 seconds apart, and rookie receiver A.J. Brown capped the scoring spurt with a 65-yard TD catch that made it 35-3 with 6:57 left in the third quarter."I don't think I've been a part of something that quick," Henry said.
Is Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill playing the role of tease again or has he actually crossed over the Here's a look at a run play from the Steelers game in Week 6, the first in the six-game winning streak . Can Ryan Tannehill continue to improve and keep the Dolphins winning?
Devonta Freeman has been ruled out for the Falcons as well, plus what you need to know about Week 6 injury reports.
While we should be on alert for some slight normalization in Tannehill’s play, it’s hard to project it over the next two weeks. In Weeks 14 and 15, the Titans draw the Raiders and Texans. Those pass defenses rank 25th and 27th in Football Outsiders metrics.
Is it finally Darwin Thompson’s time?
After rising to become one of the most popular late-round sleepers deep into August, the time for Darwin Thompson may have finally arrived. Make no mistake — he’s hit the majority of waiver-wires by this point. But attrition may have brought us another late-year fantasy option in the Kansas City backfield for the second season in a row.
Darrel Williams just hit IR this past week. Damien Williams did not practice on Thursday with a rib injury that’s had him on the shelf of late. The only other backs on the roster outside of Thompson are veteran LeSean McCoy and a returning Spencer Ware. The latter hasn’t logged a touch in the NFL in almost a full calendar year. The former has been wildly ineffective this season.
Among 62 players who have logged 50-plus carries this year, LeSean McCoy ranks 54th in broken tackle rate and 57th in yards after contact per attempt. Only David Montgomery (sorry Brad), Kalen Ballage (sorry to everyone) and three quarterbacks have recorded fewer yards after contact per attempt than McCoy.
Winless Bengals bench rookie Finley, go back to Andy Dalton
CINCINNATI (AP) — With the season slipping away and still no win to show for it, the Bengals are going back to Andy Dalton at quarterback. Coach Zac Taylor announced Monday that Dalton would finish the season, ending a three-week experiment with rookie Ryan Finley running the offense. Finley completed only 47 percent of his passes during three starts, and the offense failed to score more than 13 points in any game. The move came a day after aCoach Zac Taylor announced Monday that Dalton would finish the season, ending a three-week experiment with rookie Ryan Finley running the offense. Finley completed only 47 percent of his passes during three starts, and the offense failed to score more than 13 points in any game.
Ryan Tannehill won't play this week , but he will begin throwing again. Tannehill has not thrown since a pregame test of his injured shoulder before the Oct. How is it possible we can’t draft and develop one guard to lead the running game in the last five years?
Tannehill popped up on the injury report this week with a shoulder injury. The quarterback practiced in full on Wednesday and Thursday but was listed as The shoulder started to worsen and Tannehill did not take first-team reps in practice on Friday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's
Thompson is coming off his first extended look of the season. He played 24 snaps last week and hit the Raiders for 44 yards and a score on 11 carries. It’s a hunch but there’s enough evidence to suggest that Thompson could be on the rise in the Kansas City backfield. He should be rostered in every fantasy league, at least on an exploratory basis.
Why is Sean McVay trying to take an L?
Sean McVaythe inquiring media this week, “Me not being an idiot,” when pressed on why Todd Gurley was seeing increased usage. Normally I’m overwhelming pleased when head coaches show self-awareness but something about this instance doesn’t fit for me.
Gurley’s workload had not followed much of any discernable pattern for the majority of the season. He’d get goal-line work at random moments and get subbed out for Malcolm Brown in others. He’d see a single target in a game then get 11 thrown his way the next. Prior to Week 11, he cracked 17 carries just once.
The last two weeks have been a bit steadier. In the Rams most recent two wins, Gurley averaged 24 touches. Sandwiched between those was their blowout loss to the Ravens where Gurley played a whopping 96 percent of the snaps. All the while, he’s averaged 4.3 yards per carry and run well behind LA’s remade power-blocking offensive line.
Ryan Tannehill climbs to the top of the passer rating rankings
The first pick in the 2012 draft is retired. The second pick currently backs up MVP favorite Lamar Jackson. (A third-round quarterback from that same draft is No. 2 in the MVP race.) And the eighth pick in 2012 now has the best passer rating of any NFL quarterback. Ryan Tannehill, who supplanted Marcus Mariota [more]Ryan Tannehill, who supplanted Marcus Mariota earlier in the year, has a 113.9 score in the NFL’s official (and officially convoluted) formula that determines passing prowess based in equal measures in competion percentage, yards per attempt, touchdown percentage, and interception percentage.
Tannehill 's status is wide open at this point, although most signs seem to point to the idea that the Dolphins quarterback will undergo season-ending surgery Not because Tannehill wouldn't want to have surgery. No one wants surgery, especially NFL quarterbacks who are trying to build off secretly
If anything the record is more about Tannehill being a quality fit within the context of Gase's This is simply a snapshot after Week 3 of the NFL season. You have to put Mahomes up high, because That is a concern. The Titans keep finding ways to win. There were a lot of questions about these
McVay doesn’t really need to take the “L” on not using Gurley more to start the season. Honestly, he’s been put in something of a tough spot with an obviously hampered running back on a bloated salary. The weekly usage report is a direct result of McVay being unable to say, “Yes, the front office handed out a massive deal at a time when Todd was a different player but we all need to adjust to a new reality.” In my view, he’s made the best out of a bad situation and now might finally be on the other side of it.
Before the 2019 kickoff, it was my opinion that Gurley would either be a slow starter as they managed his workload or a slow finisher as he ran out of gas to end the season. It was just going to be impossible to tell heading into the season. Now it looks like he will be something closer to the former.
Here in Week 14, Gurley has another pristine matchup. The Seahawks are a bottom-half run defense, ranking 18th in Football Outsiders’ DVOA. Their tackling has been a huge source of the problem. According to Sports Info Solutions, they allow the second-most yards after contact per attempt (3.0) and the sixth-highest broken tackle rate (11.2%).
Will the Vikings split the backfield?
Dalvin Cook’s injury finally got fantasy managers to get a move on. Alexander Mattison’s rostership was wildly low all season because let’s face it: No matter how much we honk about pickups in articles, videos, etc., what really moves the needle is big news and bottom-line production.
With Cook being one of the most prolific players in fantasy this season, his going down on a widely consumed Monday Night Football game sent enough shockwaves. It also helped that Mattison was the direct replacement that everyone watched play, recording 73 total yards on eight touches with a 49% snap rate. Mattison jumped up to a 60% rostership mark, a 33% leap, and even that still feels too low.
Titans win 4th straight, 42-21 over Raiders
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill threw for 391 yards and three touchdowns, Derrick Henry ran for two scores and the Tennessee Titans won their fourth straight game by beating the Oakland Raiders 42-21 on Sunday. The Titans (8-5) bounced back from a deflected interception on the opening drive to score TDs on five of their next seven possessions to improve to 6-1 with Tannehill as the starting quarterback. The win moved them into a tie for first place in the AFC South with Houston, with the teams set to meet twice in the final three weeks.
Adam Rank lists Ryan Tannehill among his top Week 9 sleepers, but has some reservations, because Ryan Tannehill . Find out why, and see his full list of I had to deal Jordan Howard in my Second City League this week . I thought I was stacked at running back with Le'Veon Bell, Devontae Booker
Ryan Tannehill 's nagging shoulder injury has left the Miami Dolphins' postseason aspirations in a Tannehill played a prominent role in fueling the Dolphins' three-game winning streak to open the season Against better teams in Week 4 and 5 -- the New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals
On Thursday, Mike ZimmerCook’s own sentiment that the star back will play and be close to 100% against the Lions this week. Without putting too much of a tinfoil hat on, it’s worth wondering the Vikings will still look to give him more of a break than usual.
They know Mattison can ball. The team brass even gave comparisons to “their new Latavius Murray” when they drafted him. We saw them split the work between Cook and Murray before. It would also make some sense to make sure Cook doesn’t re-injure this shoulder, especially since he was dealing with a chest injury prior to Week 13.
The Vikings can’t afford to look ahead. However, they would certainly prefer all hands be on deck for their Week 16 Monday night matchup against Green Bay that could decide the division. Minnesota could decide to split the backfield just a hair more than usual with a capable Mattison keeping Cook fresh. It’s a guess but it could be enough considering they can barrel over Detroit no matter what. The Lions have ceded the 10th-most rushing yards on the season and are tied for the third-highest broken tackles allowed since Week 8.
Did a super sleeper at tight end just appear in Carolina?
Change is here in Carolina. It may go a bit beyond the head coach spot. Interim head coach Perry Fewell didn’t seem optimistic that Greg Olsen will be available this weekend. That brings his supposed pass-catching backup, Ian Thomas, into the mix.
It’ll be as razor-thin a play as possible, considering Thomas had caught just one ball and was barely playing heading into Week 13. Yet, when Olsen went out with a concussion, we saw Thomas reappear. He played on 43% of the team snaps, almost doubling his previous season-high of a whopping 22%.
Thomas has a resume too. Last season as a mere rookie he snagged 74% of the balls thrown his way. He was particularly hot to close the 2018 season. Over the Panthers last five games, he piled up 246 yards and scored twice while averaging 6.4 targets per game. We know he can produce when given a snap rate north of 75% and that could be in the cards this weekend.
Again, this is all razor-thin but considering he’s the stone-minimum ($10) on Yahoo DFS, it’s well worth the plunge. He doesn’t need to do much to pay off that cost. And he gives you access to several high-end studs. You could do a lot worse than this streamer against a Falcons team that allows the seventh-highest yards per attempt (8.9) on throws to tight ends.
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Plenty of QBs with a pedigree should be available in 2020 .
Several quarterbacks with impressive resumes could be looking for new teams in 2020 after disappointing performances this season. The list of QBs who could be available includes guys with MVP trophies on their mantels, former No. 1 draft picks and longtime starters. Eli Manning is the most accomplished of the group. The two-time Super Bowl MVP already has some Hall of Fame credentials. Philip Rivers also has built a case to have his bust enshrined in Canton.Cam Newton was the 2015 NFL MVP. Nick Foles and Joe Flacco were Super Bowl MVPs. Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were selected Nos. 1-2 in the 2015 draft.