One of the biggest games of the weekend will take place under the lights of Monday Night Football as two struggling teams look to right the ship and get their seasons back on track.
We’re near the midway point of the 2012 NFL season. So let’s go team-by-team in the NFC and analyze how each has performed so far this season, and how they look for the immediate future.
Why, when fans and media are asked to name the league’s best, do so many of them confidently pronounce the 5-1 Houston Texans, or the 5-2 New York Giants, or someone else NOT the Falcons as the top dog?
Which five coaches need their teams to perform this week? MSF’s Jake Buckley breaks it down for you.
The debacle that was the ‘Dream Team’ in 2011 pushed Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid closer to the unemployment line than ever before in his 13 seasons in the City of Brotherly Love. Through six weeks the Eagles are 3-3 and right on pace for Reid to be on the outs come January.
There is a real fine line in the NFL. Football is referred to as a game of inches where one play made or missed in a 60 minute game can determine winners and losers. Through the opening month of the season the Philadelphia Eagles, quarterback Michael Vick especially, have been flirting dangerously with that line.
Many 2012 first round picks became starters on day one, others play significant snaps as rotational players, and a few have made debuts on special teams. Here are grades for each first round pick based on their production through four weeks.