Redskins rookie, Brian Orakpo out of the University of Texas gets my player of the week award. He recorded 4 sacks and 5 tackles in the Redskins' 34-13 win over the Oakland Raiders.
Who is your week 14 most impressive player?
I focus more on offense due to fantasy football and I know I've developed a new "man crush" on Josh Cribbs, a wideout from Cleveland. He has awesome skills and I hear they are going to use him as an RB in Week15 but he's still listed as a WR!?!!? I picked him up just in case.
So Josh Cribbs got my notice in Week 14.
by R.Edwards 9 years ago
Week 14 hosts a game of pure emotion and pride when the Oakland Raiders hosts the Washington Redskins. Both teams are mathmatically and by all means otherwise, out of the playoff race in their respective divisions. Due to a dozen of different reasons per ball club, both teams have failed to match...
by Drew Breezzy 9 years ago
Any one got any upset?Will Rams upset Colts? lol
by Richard Ricky Hale 7 years ago
Who benefits more, the Bengals or Raiders? Cincy gets a first round pick in 2012 and a 2nd round pick in 2014, which could possibly be a first round pick.
by Paul Edmondson 9 years ago
CollegeFlorida at LSU. I've seen that hit on Tebow a few times and I feel like he'll be cleared to play, but I'd feel better if they rested him another week.I also think Alabama could be upset this week by Mississippi.NFL New England at Denver. Denver is undefeated and it looks like it...
by Childerns Books 9 years ago
What can the Oakland Raiders do to turn things around?
by KensCorner 7 years ago
The city of Oakland have approved plans to construct a new stadium in the waterfront section of downtown. This mega facility will accommodate all three Bay Area pro sports teams, including the Raiders, Warriors, and A's.The good news about the new stadium is, the city owns the rights to the...
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