For National Football Authority, we wrote the Seattle Seahawks season preview. In the piece we consider whether Tarvaris Jackson can actually lead the offense, whether Marshawn Lynch is a fantasy starter, the young faces like David Hawthorne on defense, how well the Seahawks have rebuilt their offensive line, what impact Sidney Rice and Zach Miller will make, and more. Click here to read all about it.
Daily Archives: September 2, 2011
The preseason comes to an end tonight, but amidst the 15 Thursday-evening games, one game made a splash for its kicking craziness. In most weeks, a surprise onside kick, such as the one Chiefs PK Ryan Succop attempted, is more than enough to win the Crazy Kicker of the Week title. But Succop wasn’t even the craziest kicker on his own team.
That honor belongs to punter Dustin Colquitt, who converted a fake punt into a first down with a 12-yard pass/lob to Terrance Copper. It wasn’t pretty, but it was crazy, and it worked. That makes Colquitt this week’s crazy kicker of the week.
To watch Colquitt’s heroics, click here.