No announcement yet.

NFL: GDT Week 6

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • NFL: GDT Week 6

    SUN, OCT 12
    Oakland at New Orleans 1:00 PM CBS
    Cincinnati at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS
    Baltimore at Indianapolis 1:00 PM CBS
    Miami at Houston 1:00 PM CBS

    Chicago at Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX
    Detroit at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX
    Carolina at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM FOX
    St. Louis at Washington 1:00 PM FOX

    Jacksonville at Denver 4:05 PM CBS
    Dallas at Arizona 4:15 PM FOX
    Philadelphia at San Francisco 4:15 PM FOX
    Green Bay at Seattle 4:15 PM FOX

    New England at San Diego 8:15 PM NBC

    MON, OCT 13
    NY Giants at Cleveland 8:30 PM ESPN

    Bye: Buffalo, Tennessee, Kansas City, Pittsburgh

    TV Distribution:
    FOX early:
    FOX late:

  • #2
    Per Jim Thomas' chat today:

    The Rams have released Eddie Kennison, the veteran wide receiver. Barring an unexpected injury in practice, I would expect them to promote Derek Stanley from the practice squad by the end of the week. Still nothing up on Fakhir Brown. The Rams have signed WR Nate Jones (U. of Texas, was with Minnesota as undrafted free agent during camp) to their practice squad.
    Official sponsor of Mike Shannon's Retirement Party


    • #3
      Dewayne White and Roy Williams could be targeted if teams decide to make deals before the deadline.

      Handful of Lions considered trade bait
      By Jason Cole, Yahoo! Sports
      3 hours, 28 minutes ago

      Though in-season NFL trades are a rarity, four team executives talked to Yahoo! Sports about players they believe should be dealt prior to the deadline next Tuesday.

      The executives agreed that the only teams that should really be cleaning house at this point are the Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions and St. Louis Rams. Even though the Houston Texans are 0-4, many observes believe they will rebound and play well. Furthermore, the Texans don’t have many players who should just be dumped, aside from running back Ahman Green.

      “And I would only take Green if I was truly desperate,” one of the executive said. “Thank God I’m not in that situation.”

      Here’s a list of the top 10 players who should be dealt.

      1. RB Larry Johnson, Kansas City Chiefs

      Comment: “By the time the Chiefs are good again, he’s going to be done. … I don’t understand why they gave him all the money and then they wouldn’t sign Jared Allen. If you’re rebuilding, you don’t do it with a running back who’s going to be burned.” Another executive said Johnson has a reputation around the league as being a “spoiled brat” and “not much of a leader.”

      Best potential fits: He’s not a perfect fit in Philadelphia because of the style of the offense, but all of the executives said the Eagles could use him now that Brian Westbrook has broken ribs. Other teams that could use him would be the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints.

      2. DE Dewayne White Detroit

      Comment: “He isn’t a great player, but he’s a good one and he can help any rotation. Plus, you can move him inside from time to time. He probably won’t get more than five or six sacks, but that’s worth it if you’re the right team.” Said another exec: “Try finding a pass rusher at this point of the year.”

      Best potential fits: Just about any team except the New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars.

      3. WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals

      Comment: “He’s going to be a free agent. He’s going to get paid. The Bengals won’t pay him, which is a joke because he’s one of the few guys on that team you could even begin to call a leader.” Said another executive: “He’d be perfect in Indianapolis, but it won’t happen.”

      Best potential fits: Bucs, Jags, Dallas Cowboys, Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills.

      4. CB Patrick Surtain, Chiefs

      Comment: “He’s hurt (shoulder injury) and he has declined, but it’s the same thing as pass rushers; you need cover guys. You can’t get enough of them.”

      Best potential fits: Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Ravens.

      5. CB Brian Kelly, Lions

      Comment: “Same as with Surtain, although Kelly has declined more and he has problems in straight man coverage … not a great player anymore, but they’ll get more for him than he’s really worth.”

      Best potential fits: Cardinals, Packers, Saints and Ravens.

      6. WR Roy Williams, Lions

      Comment: “I think he’ll play harder for some other team.”

      Best potential fits: Jags, Bucs, Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings.

      7. DT Cory Redding, Lions

      Comment: “If I’m the Lions, I clean house starting now. I don’t even wait for a new GM. This guy played hard for a contract and hasn’t done anything since. Again, I think it’s more about Detroit than the player, so I’d take a chance … if he’s motivated, he can rush the passer from the inside.”

      Best potential fits: Colts, Eagles, Redskins and Broncos.

      8. TE Tony Gonzalez, Chiefs

      Comment: “He’s a good guy in the locker room and he takes care of himself. Between the leadership and the fact that he might still be really good in two to three years, it would take a lot for me to deal him and I don’t think anybody is going to offer that much.”

      Best potential fits: Jags, Bucs, Vikings and Titans.

      9. WR Chad Johnson, Bengals

      Comment: “I’m amazed how quiet he has been. Maybe that injury is worse than we thought. You know he wants out and he’s the most gifted receiver in the league. But the injury is an issue.”

      Best potential fits: Pats, Cowboys, Vikings, Titans and Jags.

      10. DE Antwan Odom, Texans

      Comment: “They just signed him as a free agent (in the offseason), so I don’t think he’ll be available. But I think they realize he’s overrated. He’s purely a complementary player.”

      Best potential fits: Pats, Jags and Colts.
      Make America Great For Once.


      • #4
        So the Rams are so bad they don't have any guys worth trading?


        • #5
          Maybe we should deal Holt before he goes to Carolina soon?

          I love the guy but I can't see him comig back at the rate things are going, whatwith a puss for a qb and a terrible O-line.

          I hope he retires a ram.
          Official Sponsor of Jim Edmonds & John Smoltz


          • #6
            Originally posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
            Maybe we should deal Holt before he goes to Carolina soon?

            I love the guy but I can't see him comig back at the rate things are going, whatwith a puss for a qb and a terrible O-line.

            I hope he retires a ram.
            Martz wishes he had more control in SF....


            • #7
              Football betting news and picks with focus on NFL, college football and sports betting legalization updates across the United States.

              By National Football Post
              Posted October 7, 2008

              Davis In Violation Of League Rules
              League sources have confirmed to us here at The National Football Post that the NFL League Office has sent Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis a letter informing him that he was in violation of NFL league rules when he falsely accused the New England Patriots of tampering with then Raider wide receiver Randy Moss. This violation of NFL team policy and guidelines will certainly come with a hefty fine.

              More on this story as it develops.


              • #8
                TV added to top post


                • #9
                  GO TITANS, sack the bye week!!! Hit bye week in the mouth!!!
                  Make America Great For Once.


                  • #10

                    I finally get a few hours of normalcy today!
                    Official Sponsor of the National League Three-Peat.


                    • #11
                      I have the Rams-Redskins game today.

                      Official Sponsor of the National League Three-Peat.


                      • #12
                        Kenny Mayne is indeed fucked in the head


                        • #13
                          Wow, Dante Hall screwed that up.
                          Official Sponsor of the National League Three-Peat.


                          • #14
                            Favre is sacked and fumbles. Cincy picks up the fumble and runs it in for a TD.
                            Official Sponsor of the National League Three-Peat.


                            • #15
                              Oh awesome - Jackson fumbles at the 3.
                              Sponsor of Adam Wainwright
                              Sponsor of the $0.50 any-size frozen coke at Mobil on the Run when the Cards score six
                              There are 24 teams in baseball with a longer World Series drought than the St. Louis Cardinals.
                              "I told myself from the beginning, 'If he's going to throw a shutout, then he's going to tie,' ... he was not going to beat me today." ---Adam Wainwright, 8/11/10
                              "I was confused." ---Tim McCarver, 7/30/15