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Old 18-04-2010, 09:51 PM
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2010 National Football League Season
91st Season


Superbowl Champions: New Orleans Saints
NFC Champion: New Orleans Saints
AFC Champion: Indianapolis Colts

Regular Season: September 9th, 2010 - January 2, 2011
Playoffs: January 8, 2011 - January 23, 2011
SuperBowl XLV: February 6, 2011 Cowboys Stadium
Pro Bowl: January 30, 2011, Hawaii

International series game:
Denver Broncos @ San Francisco 49ers

Rule Changes:

The following rule changes were passed at the league's annual owners meeting in March:
  • The overtime procedure for postseason games have changed. Instead of a straight sudden death, the game will not immediately end if the team that wins the coin toss only scores a field goal on its first possession (they can still win the game if they score a touchdown).Instead, the other team gets a possession. If the coin toss loser then scores a touchdown, it is declared the winner. If the score is tied after both teams had a possession, then it goes back to sudden death. These changes were passed in response to recent statistics that show that since 1994, teams that win the coin toss have won overtime 59.8 percent of the time, and won 34.4 percent of the time on the first possession. This included the NFC Championship Game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints where the Saints won the overtime coin toss and scored a field goal on their first possession to win the game. In May, the league will further consider whether to apply these overtime rule changes to regular season games as well.
  • The definition of a "defenseless receiver" (where a receiver cannot be hit in the head or neck area by an opponent who launches himself and makes contact with his helmet, shoulder, or forearm) will now apply to every defenseless player.
  • A play will now immediately be whistled dead once a ball carrier's helmet is knocked off.
  • The position of the umpire has been moved from behind the defensive linebackers to the offensive backfield in order to reduce the numerous times that the official has been run over during plays.
  • During field goal and extra point attempts, defenders cannot lineup directly across from the long snapper.
  • Dead ball 15-yard personal fouls that are committed on the final play of either the second or fourth quarters will be assessed on the second half or overtime kickoff, respectively. Previously, such penatlies during those situations were not enforced.
  • Punt returners who make a fair catch signal but then muff the ball are now entitled with the opportunity to catch the ball before it hits the ground without interference. If there is interference during such a scenario, the receiving team would be awarded the ball at the spot of the foul, but no penalty yardage would be assessed.
  • The 2009 temporary modification to the rules regarding balls in play that strike an object such as a video board or a guy wire has been made permanent. Prior to 2009, only the down was replayed. The 2009 modification added resetting the game clock to the time when the original play was snapped.This amendment was originally passed in response to a punt hitting the center-hung video display boards of Cowboys Stadium during a 2009 pre-season game.
  • The replay system will now also be allowed to cover whether there was some sort of interference with the ball during a play.
  • If the clock is stopped in the final minute of either half for a replay review, but would not have stopped without the review, there will be a 10-second runoff (similar to when the offensive team commits a penalty inside of one minute in order to preserve time). As with any other 10-second runoff, teams are permitted to take a timeout instead.
Note: Enjoy this thread as if there isn't a CBA then 2011 will be a football less season.

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Old 19-04-2010, 07:10 AM
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Lets hope the CBA goes ok.A year with no football would be detrimental to my health and well being.
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Brandon Marshall was nearly a Jet, according to a Denver Post report.

The paper says that the Jets were ready submit an offer sheet to Marshall and sacrifice their first-round pick, but the two sides could not agree on a long-term deal. And the Jets weren’t interested in giving up the 29th pick in next week’s NFL Draft if it did involve having Marshall in New York for a significant amount of time.

The Jets patience paid off. This past Sunday they were able to deal a fifth-round pick to land Santonio Holmes with the Steelers tired of the receiver’s off-field antics.

But now the Jets will have to defend against Marshall, who was traded to the Dolphins on Wednesday. Marshall, who has 100-plus catches the past three seasons, signed the biggest deal in NFL history for a receiver. Miami inked for four years and $47.5 million.
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And we know the teams our team will face but the order of those games will be announced tomorrow night. delzer the AFC East is heating up nicely bar the bills who are and will continue to be awful.
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And we know the teams our team will face but the order of those games will be announced tomorrow night. delzer the AFC East is heating up nicely bar the bills who are and will continue to be awful.
The bills will be drafting a QB i'd imagine.But the rest of divison will be very close.Interesting to see who the Pats will draft.
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Old 20-04-2010, 02:09 PM
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With draft day approaching heres a little preview:

Post NFL writer Bart Hubbuch examines the problem areas of all 32 teams and whom they are expected to take with their early picks in this week's NFL Draft:

ARIZONA CARDINALS

First pick: No. 26

Biggest needs: NT, ILB, WR

The skinny: The defense, which wasn’t very good to begin with, took some major personnel hits in the offseason.

Leaning toward: Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State

ATLANTA FALCONS

First pick: No. 19

Biggest needs: DE, OLB, WR

The skinny: Quarterback pressure is a must after the pass defense ranked 28th in the league last season.

Leaning toward: Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri

BALTIMORE RAVENS

First pick: No. 25

Biggest needs: CB, DE, WR

The skinny: The defense needs some heft up front, but Joe Flacco needs weapons more.

Leaning toward: DeMaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech

BUFFALO BILLS

First pick: No. 9

Biggest needs: OT, QB, NT

The skinny: The Bills will go for beef first, but don’t be surprised to see them grab Tim Tebow in the second round.

Leaning toward: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa

CAROLINA PANTHERS

First pick: No. 48 overall (second round)

Biggest needs: DE, OLB, WR

The skinny: With plenty of defensive needs to fill, the Panthers might try to trade into the first round.

Leaning toward: Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati

CHICAGO BEARS

First pick: No. 75 overall (third round)

Biggest needs: FS, OL, CB

The skinny: Without a trade, the Bears won’t be heard from until Saturday. But free-agent signings filled a lot of holes.

Leaning toward: Jerome Murphy, CB, South Florida

CINCINNATI BENGALS

First pick: No. 21

Biggest needs: TE, DE, S

The skinny: The Bengals could go in a lot of directions, but a pass-catching tight end is a glaring hole on an otherwise capable team.

Leaning toward: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma

CLEVELAND BROWNS

First pick: No. 7

Biggest needs: QB, OLB, FS

The skinny: Will the Browns risk another first-round pick on another Notre Dame quarterback? They might go for defense instead.

Leaning toward: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame

DALLAS COWBOYS

First pick: No. 27

Biggest needs: LT, FS, WR

The skinny: The Cowboys famously passed on a top-flight wideout (Randy Moss) because of character questions. They won’t make the same mistake again.

Leaning toward: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma St.

DENVER BRONCOS

First pick: No. 11

Biggest needs: WR, RB, DE

The skinny: Dez Bryant will probably still be here, but will the Broncos risk another head-case wide receiver?

Leaning toward: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida

DETROIT LIONS

First pick: No. 2

Biggest needs: DT, CB, OL

The skinny: The Lions are looking to trade down, but if they can’t, fortifying the defensive line is a no-brainer

Leaning toward: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

GREEN BAY PACKERS

First pick: No. 23

Biggest needs: OLB, OT, S

The skinny: The Pack has more pressing needs, but their cornerbacks are aging and youth is a must.

Leaning toward: Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State

HOUSTON TEXANS

First pick: No. 20

Biggest needs: CB, FS, RB

The skinny: The secondary is bad enough by itself to keep the Texans out of the playoffs once again without a talent injection.

Leaning toward: Earl Thomas, S, Texas

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

First pick: No. 31

Biggest needs: OL, DE, CB

The skinny: The Colts will have “offensive line” on the brain, but they probably won’t pass up a chance to give Dwight Freeney help.

Leaning toward: Brian Price, DT, UCLA

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

First pick: No. 10

Biggest needs: DE, LB, WR

The skinny: Jack Del Rio, a preening fraud with one career playoff win, keeps drafting defensive busts. Maybe Morgan will be different.

Leaning toward: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

First pick: No. 5

Biggest needs: S, ILB, OL

The skinny: The Chiefs are looking to pounce on one player — Eric Berry — who could turn their sorry defense around in a hurry.

Leaning toward: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee.

MIAMI DOLPHINS

First pick: No. 12

Needs: NT, RB, OLB

The skinny: With their receiver gap filled by the Brandon Marshall trade, the Fish look to restock an inexperienced D.

Leaning toward: Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

First pick: No. 30

Biggest needs: CB, S, OG

The skinny: Confident of a Favre return, the Vikes will go for secondary help instead.

Leaning toward: Taylor Mays, S, USC

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

First pick: No. 22

Biggest needs: OLB, WR, ILB

The skinny: It seems the Pats couldn’t live on a diet of Bill Belichick’s supposed defensive genius alone last season.

Leaning toward: Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

First pick: No. 32

Needs: DE, OLB, DT

The skinny: The Saints need to retool their defense in a hurry before they can even think of repeating.

Leaning toward: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida

GIANTS

First pick: No. 15

Biggest needs: MLB, OL, DT

The skinny: Big Blue could use a pass-rushing end, but a replacement for Antonio Pierce is a much bigger must.

Leaning toward: Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama

JETS

First pick: No. 29

Biggest needs: OLB, DE, FS

The skinny: Even if they sign Jason Taylor, the Jets still need pass rushers for Vernon Gholston’s eventual, inevitable release.

Leaning toward: Jerry Hughes, OLB, TCU.

OAKLAND RAIDERS

First pick: No. 8

Biggest needs: OT, DT, QB

The skinny: Al Davis loves glittery skill-position players with his high picks, but the offensive line is too glaring of a hole.

Leaning toward: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

First pick: No. 24

Biggest needs: CB, LB, OL

The skinny: Anyone who watched the Birds get torched in the playoffs knows how much they need secondary help.

Leaning toward: Kyle Wilson,

CB, Boise State

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

First pick: No. 18 overall.

Biggest needs: CB, OL, DE

The skinny: Even with doubts about Roethlisberger’s future, you can count on the Steelers making a safe pick.

Leaning toward: Mike Iupati, G, Idaho

ST. LOUIS RAMS

First pick: No. 1

Biggest needs: QB, OLB, WR

The skinny: Sam Bradford is the sure pick, but is he also The Answer? Steve Spagnuolo’s job will depend on it.

Leaning toward: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

First pick: No. 28

Biggest needs: NT, RB, RT

The skinny: L.T. is now a Jet, and Darren Sproles isn’t big enough to be an every-down back.

Leaning toward: Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

First pick: No. 13 (also have No. 17)

Biggest needs: OT, CB, OLB

The skinny: The Niners aren’t far from being a very good team, and two first-rounders could put them over the top.

Leaning toward: Joe Haden, CB, Florida; Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

First pick: No. 6 (also have No. 14)

Biggest needs: LT, DE, RB.

The skinny: New coach Pete Carroll has a lot of holes, but the Seahawks are drafting high enough to fill them immediately.

Leaning toward: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma; C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

First pick: No. 3

Biggest needs: DT, DE, WR

The skinny: Rumor is the cash-strapped Bucs are eager to trade down. Otherwise, they’ll pounce on one of the DTs.

Leaning toward: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma

TENNESSEE TITANS

First pick: No. 16

Biggest needs: DE, CB, OLB

The skinny: Defensive woes derailed the Titans’ otherwise impressive playoff bid last year.

Leaning toward: Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

First pick: No. 4

Biggest needs: OT, OG, FS

The skinny: Will the Redskins snub the safe pick and go for Jimmy Clausen even with McNabb now on board?

Leaning toward: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
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Looks like Big Ben is staring down the barrell of a four game suspension from Goddell which will probably mean that the Steelers won't have discipline him.

Wonder how many divisional games they'll get in the first four games.
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Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb has encouraged the team's coaching staff to consider signing free-agent wide receiver Terrell Owens, despite the acrimony that marked their time as Philadelphia Eagles teammates, according to multiple sources.

Coach Mike Shanahan said the Redskins are not actively pursuing Owens. A team source said the Redskins have made upgrading their wide receiver position a high priority, but prefer to avoid bringing Owens into their locker room if another solution can be found.

A source close to McNabb said the quarterback and Owens recently talked about the possibility of reuniting while shooting an episode for the television show "Pros vs. Joes" in Los Angeles. The episode, schedule to air in July, features McNabb and Owens playing on the same basketball team.





Whatever potential there is for a McNabb-Owens reunion would serve to further heighten interest this year in the two regular-season games between the NFC East rival Redskins and Eagles. At their pinnacle, McNabb and Owens were Super Bowl teammates; in the end, Owens hinted vaguely that McNabb suffered a failure of nerve that cost Philadelphia a Super Bowl ring and suggested the quarterback contributed to the Eagles releasing him.

Owens spent the 2009 season with the Buffalo Bills, the fourth team of his NFL career, finishing with the worst stats of his career as a starter.

Although Owens is widely viewed as a player in decline, Shanahan's first minicamp with the Redskins provided some insight into the Redskins' concerns at that position. Veterans Jerry Porter and Marques Hagans participated, and the team on Monday signed Hagans and Roydell Williams, who hasn't played since 2007 with the Tennessee Titans.

The Redskins are a four-win team with limited resources to acquire talent in this week's NFL draft. Trading a second-round pick to the NFC East rival Eagles for McNabb left the Redskins with an NFL-low four picks.

The Redskins have the No. 4 overall pick on Thursday, and Shanahan and Redskins general manager Bruce Allen will have to get creative to improve their roster. There is potential for the team to trade the fourth pick, defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth and former starting quarterback Jason Campbell, which could open the door for them to sign Owens.



While with the Denver Broncos, Shanahan was among the few coaches interested in signing Owens after the Eagles released the receiver. The two met and Shanahan was willing to offer him a contract.

But Shanahan was wary of Owens' problems with his two previous teams and wanted to structure the deal with limited guaranteed money so that the team could financially control his behavior if necessary. Shanahan considered it an enormous mistake when the Dallas Cowboys provided Owens with a contract that included significant upfront guaranteed money.

Owens has a history of toxic relationships with all of his former quarterbacks, and McNabb was a central figure in one of them, according to Owens' 2006 autobiography, "TO."

With the Eagles cruising along with a 10-1 record in 2004, Owens became increasingly unhappy because McNabb refused to constantly feed him the ball, or simply misjudged where to throw the football -- depending on one's interpretation of events.

On Nov. 28, 2004, at Giants Stadium, Owens finally said something to McNabb in the huddle after a play that was designed to go to Owens but resulted in a short incomplete pass to a running back, according to Owens' book.

Owens wrote that he said, "I was open. Dude, you missed me."

McNabb's reply, according to Owens, was "shut the [bleep] up."

Owens wrote that he was deeply offended by what McNabb said. "I felt like he had no right to talk to me that way," Owens wrote. "After what happened on the play and in the huddle, I began to think that maybe he didn't want a co-host and maybe he didn't like me getting more attention."

From that point on, McNabb and Owens barely spoke to each other -- for the remainder of the 2004 season, throughout the playoffs while Owens was injured and in rehab for a broken leg, and in Jacksonville, Fla., for Super Bowl XXXIX against the New England Patriots.

In spring 2005, Owens refused to go to camp, demanding the Eagles redo his seven-year contract. He lashed out at McNabb, primarily because the leader of the team refused to come to his aid for more cash. Owens also told ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli, "I wasn't the guy who got tired in the Super Bowl."

After a summer of dysfunction, the 2005 season devolved into a divided locker room that culminated in a fight between Owens and retired defensive end Hugh Douglas, whom coach Andy Reid had just named "team ambassador."

After the fight, on Nov. 7, Reid sent Owens a letter outlining six charges against the receiver and sent Owens home for the remainder of the season. Owens filed a grievance with the players' union and the hearing was scheduled for Nov. 18 at the Marriott.

"[Andy Reid] ended the conversation by telling me to stay by the phone and he would call me back. He called back about an hour later. I don't know who he spoke to, but somebody killed it."

Linebacker Jeremiah Trotter was among those players who did not want to see Owens go. Owens glances over this fact in the book, but anybody who was around the team then knows that there was deep resentment -- some of it not too hidden -- toward McNabb about the way he was treating Owens.

On that team, McNabb was viewed as an extension of Reid, in terms of management, and Trotter and many others had seen the callousness of the front office when it came to contract renegotiations.

During the Super Bowl in Detroit, McNabb claimed in an interview with ESPN's Michael Smith that what Owens did to him amounted to "black-on-black" crime.

But McNabb said something else to Smith that may be far more telling about the dynamics within the Eagles' locker room back then.

"It put something in the back of my mind that you really learn a lot about people when things aren't going good," McNabb told Smith. "Comments, answers to questions, reactions -- you learn about people. I'm not here to call players out. They know who they are. That nobody really came to my defense, that showed me something."
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Saints, Vikings will kick off 2010 season
The New Orleans Saints will play host to the Minnesota Vikings in a rematch of the NFC Championship Game to kick off the 2010 season on Thursday, Sept. 9. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, despite the fears that he will be reprimanded by schedule czar Howard Katz, leaked the game during his chat on NFL.com.

“I know I will get in trouble from our scheduling makers for releasing this in advance, but the Saints will be hosting the Minnesota Vikings for our Kickoff game. It should be a great celebration in a great city.”



The rest of the 2010 regular-season schedule will be released on Tuesday, live on NFL.com and NFL Network, at 7 p.m. ET.
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The Jets get another piece to their one year jigsaw.




Linebacker Jason Taylor is leaving the Miami Dolphins to play for the New York Jets, his agent, Gary Wichard, told the Miami Herald.


League sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that Taylor -- the NFL's active sacks leader with 127½ -- agreed to a two-year deal that could be worth as much as $3.75 million in the first year.



The Miami Herald reported that the 35-year-old Taylor is tentatively scheduled to travel to the New York area on Wednesday to sign the contract.

Because of the Final Eight rules that restrict the Jets from signing Taylor for more in the first year than what kicker Jay Feely received from leaving the Jets to join the Cardinals, Taylor will be on the Jets' books for $1.75 million in 2010, but he could earn another $1.25 million to $2 million depending upon his performance.

There is a second year to the contract that has a $750,000 guarantee, a source told ESPN.com's John Clayton. The first year of the contract is guaranteed, so Taylor receives a $2.5 million guarantee in his deal. Taylor's two-year deal could be worth a total of $13 million if he meets all the incentives in the contract.

Taylor had expressed a desire to remain with the Dolphins, where he has spent 12 of his 13 NFL seasons. However, Miami general manager Jeff Ireland said last week the team would wait until after the draft before deciding whether to make an offer.

Taylor, the 2006 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, has had a contentious relationship with Jets fans during his 13-year career, calling them ignorant and classless.

"I think our fans would embrace him," defensive end Shaun Ellis said last week when Taylor was visiting with the Jets. "They know the type of player he is. There may be some fans who wouldn't at first, but after a few weeks and he was on our team, I think they'd be really excited just to add another part like that to our defense."



Taylor played with the Dolphins from 1997 to 2007 before playing one season in Washington. He returned to Miami last season with a one-year contract, and said he wanted to keep playing, preferably with the Dolphins, rather than retire.

"I know I can play," Taylor said at an event for his foundation in January. "It's just a matter of being in the right situation. It's a business, and we'll see what direction it takes us."

Taylor is just the latest big-name player to be added by the Jets in a busy offseason. The team also signed running back LaDainian Tomlinson and traded for cornerback Antonio Cromartie and Santonio Holmes, who won a Super Bowl MVP award with the Steelers.

Holmes will be suspended for the first four games of the 2010 season due to a violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy.
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