For National Football Authority, we break down the latest rumors about Colts QB Peyton Manning. While Jets fans and even Jets players are pushing for Manning to land there, it’s unlikely to happen. Click here to find out why.
Tag Archives: quarterbacks
For National Football Authority, we analyze the issues in the New York Jets’ locker room and what QB Mark Sanchez needs to do to be a leader in it. Can he become a leader, or is his status a lost cause? Click here to find out.
For National Football Authority, we break down the Seattle Seahawks’ recent hot streak and wonder what if. What if the Seahawks had good quarterback play? Would they be in the playoff mix? And what might the team do next year to replace Tarvaris Jackson? Click here to read what happened and consider what might happen.
For National Football Authority, we discuss one of Panthers QB Cam Newton’s biggest characteristics – his burning desire to win – and try to figure out whether it’s a great sign, a potential source of trouble, or both. Click here to see our conclusions.
For National Football Authority, we compare Broncos QB Tim Tebow to another famous, beloved Heisman Trophy winning quarterback. No, it’s not Cam Newton, no matter how many connections between the Panthers quarterback and Tebow we hear. Click here to find out who it is, and why the comparison could be good news for Tebow backers as well as Broncos fans.
For National Football Authority, we break down Panthers QB Cam Newton’s performance in his home debut against the Green Bay Packers. Click here to read all about it.
For National Football Authority, we reflect on the news that “retired” Bengal Carson Palmer is working out with a quarterback coach. Find out what it all means here.
For National Football Authority, we discuss the big football news of the day – Jacksonville’s surprising decision to cut QB David Garrard. We discuss why the move was made, why history tells us it wasn’t a surprise, and where the Jaguars go from here with Luke McCown and ultimately Blaine Gabbert. Click here to read all about it.
For National Football Authority, we consider the Redskins’ strange decision to go into the 2011 season with Rex Grossman and John Beck as their top two quarterbacks. What does this say about the Redskins’ chances and about Mike Shanahan? Click here to learn more.
For National Football Authority, we discuss how Blaine Gabbert will start for an injured David Garrard in the Jacksonville Jaguars’ season opener – and how Gabbert should be the starter for the regular season opener as well. Click here to read more.