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Adam Vinatieri has injured ankle

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,Injury Reports by ravenhater on Thursday 31 August 2006 at 8:31 am

The injury is severe in nature, and some sources are reporting that it’s broken. Vinatieri will surely miss some time at the start of the regular season. Reports have been vague on the injury, but as soon as anything is official, we’ll get it to you.

Colts sign running back Jonathan Wells

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Thursday 31 August 2006 at 8:26 am

After the injury to James Mungro, the Colts needed another running back… they signed Wells. Wells we begin as the #3 running back, but he could move up quickly if the backs in front of him don’t produce. Wells has played in 60 games (18 starts) and has run the ball 374 times for 1,167 yards (3.1 ypc) and 10 TDs. Don’t be too alarmed by the average of 3.1 yards per carry, because the Colts have a much better offensive line than the Texans did.

Current Colts odds

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page,If I Were a Betting Man by ravenhater on Tuesday 29 August 2006 at 7:46 pm

The over/under for Colts wins in 11 1/2. The Colts are currently 11-2 to win the Super Bowl and 14-5 to win the AFC.

I suggest a small play on the over as I project the Colts to win 12 games this season. That seems like a fair price on the Super Bowl too.

Colts not impressive in 27-14 victory over Saints

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Sunday 27 August 2006 at 9:36 am

Sure, the Colts won by 13 points, but this game exposed some flaws. The Colts still can’t run the ball, and it’s starting to look like the Colts need to control the clock to keep their over-rated defense off the field. Peyton Manning had another good game, connecting on 14 of 25 passes for 165 yards and a TD. Shaun King also played well connecting on 8 of 15 passes for 120 yards with a TD and 1 interception.

The running game was downright awful again. The Colts only averaged 1.6 yards per carry for the game and had 60 total yards rushing. It looks as if none of the running backs want Edge’s old job. Dominic Rhodes ran the ball 7 times for 21 yards. Joseph Addai carried the ball 9 times for 12 yards (1.3 ypc) and a TD.

WR Reggie Wayne caught 6 passes for 47 yards and a TD. TE Dallas Clark looked really good catching 3 passes for 66 yards.

The Colts better tighten up the defense. The Saints were moving the ball at will even though they didn’t put up many points. The Saints only ran the ball 14 times, but they had 117 yards rushing for an average of 8.4 yards per carry! The Saints also sliced and diced the Colts secondary, completing 65.8% of their attempts for a net of 264 yards passing.

Colts must be concerned about running back play so far

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Friday 25 August 2006 at 9:42 am

I know, I know, it’s just the pre-season. The Colts still must be a little worried about the poor play they’ve been getting from the running backs so far. Dominic Rhodes has carried the ball 10 times for 25 yards (2.5 ypc). Joseph Addai has carried the ball 12 times for 20 yards (1.7 ypc). The Colts need the running game to be a threat or teams will play nickel and dime coverages all day to stop Manning and the wide-outs.

Colts looking weak in the pre-season

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Wednesday 23 August 2006 at 10:53 am

The Colts are not looking good in the pre-season. The Colts are only averaging 65.5 yards rushing per game and only 3.1 yards per carry. Replacing Edgerrin James looks like it could be a problem. The passing attack has been clicking on all cylinders in the pre-season as the Colts are putting up 245.0 yards per game and completing 55.4% of their passes.

The defense is getting pushed around by the Colts’ opponents. Opponents are rushing for 155.5 yards per game and averaging 4.6 yards per carry. Teams have completed 70.2% of their passes for 192.0 yards per game against the Colts defense. This needs to be fixed before the season starts.

Running back James Mungro out for the season

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Wednesday 23 August 2006 at 10:43 am

James Mungro is out for the season after tearing his ACL. Mungro will be hard to replace in the short-yardage packages for the Colts.Â

Colts look ok until the second team came in

Blogged under Bloglockers,Front Page by ravenhater on Monday 21 August 2006 at 11:36 am

When Peyton Manning was in the game, the offense clicked as usual, but when he departed the Colts made a lot of mistakes and quit moving the ball. Manning completed 6 of 9 passes for 140 yards and a TD. Jim Sorgi followed and injured his shoulder after only throwing 2 passes. Sorgi didn’t complete either one, with one of them being intercepted and returned for a TD. Shaun King then came in and completed 14 of 22 passes for 146 yards.

The running game really never clicked. Dominic Rhodes rushed 6 times for 15 yards. Rookie Joseph Addai had a hard time. He wasn’t hitting the hole hard and was dancing too much. Addai had 10 carries for 19 yards. Tony Hollings looked the best, rushing 8 times for 30 yards and a TD.

The defense was up and down. The run defense gave up 109 yards on 28 carries. The Seahawks completed 20 of 26 passes for a net of 182 yards passing.

Fantasy Wide Receiver Rankings

Blogged under Fantasy Football Report by ravenhater on Thursday 17 August 2006 at 3:04 pm
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 1. Steve Smith, Panthers (9) The most explosive receiver in the game. Smith can score from anywhere on the field.

 2. Torry Holt, Rams (7) The best receiver on the “Greatest Show on Turf”.

 3. Chad Johnson, Bengals (5) Johnson should be #1 on this list……just ask him.

 4. Randy Moss, Raiders (3) Moss is healthy so look out this season.

 5. Terrell Owens, Cowboys (3) Could be #1 on this list….if I knew he would behave.

 6. Anquan Boldin, Cardinals (9) Plenty of passes to be split with Fitzgerald.

 7. Marvin Harrison, Colts (6) He keeps churning out great seasons.

 8. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals (9) Not as explosive as his partner in crime.

 9. Reggie Wayne, Colts (6) #2 in Indy, but would be #1 on most teams.

 10. Santana Moss, Redskins (8) Can score from anywhere on the field, at anytime.

 11. Donald Driver, Packers (6) Look for a Brett Favre rebound and Driver is his #1 guy.

 12. Derrick Mason, Ravens (7) Mason and McNair together again.

 13. Joe Horn, Saints (7) Brees will like throwing to this guy.

 14. Hines Ward, Steelers (4) Tough as nails, the Steelers go-to guy.

 15. Roy Williams, Lions (8) Kitna and Martz will be looking for him all day.

 16. Chris Chambers, Dolphins (8) Culpepper’s new favorite receiver.

 17. Eric Moulds, Texans (5) Carr has been waiting for another elite wide-out.

 18. Keenan McCardell, Chargers (3) He just keeps on putting up good seasons.

 19. Lee Evans, Bills (8) Know the #1 receiver in Buffalo…..look out!

 20. Plaxico Burress, Giants (4) Has had some huge games for the Giants.

 21. Eddie Kennison, Chiefs (3) Has emerged as #1 WR for Chiefs.

 22. Joey Galloway, Bucs (4) Awesome comeback year last season.

 23. Andre Johnson, Texans (5) Can’t double-team him anymore with Moulds around.

 24. David Givens, Titans (7) Very productive receiver in his career with the Patriots.

 25. Reggie Brown, Eagles (9) New #1 WR for Eagles.

 26. Rod Smith, Broncos (4) Aging, but still producing.

 27. Isaac Bruce, Rams (7) He’s healthy again….look out.

 28. Terry Glenn, Cowboys (3) Coming off a good season.

 29. Drew Bennett, Titans (7) Will thrive as the #2 WR once again.

 30. Javon Walker, Broncos (4) If his knee is right, he will put up good numbers.

 31. Nate Burleson, Seahawks (5) Could be the #1 WR for the Seahawks if Jackson’s knee keeps bothering him.

 32. Deion Branch, Patriots (6) #1 WR, but Brady spreads the ball around.

 33. Mushin Muhammad, Bears (7) Need someone on the other side to loosen up the coverage.

 34. Braylon Edwards, Browns (6) Back early from his knee injury, is good with Frye.

 35. Darrell Jackson, Seahawks (5) Would be higher but his knee is bugging him.

 36. Michael Clayton, Bucs (4) He’s looking to rebound from sub-par year and is looking good in camp.

 37. Donte’ Stallworth, Saints (7) Brees will light a fire under this guy.

 38. Keyshawn Johnson, Panthers (9) Will get single coverage all the time.

 39. Joe Jurevicius, Browns (6) Big target in the Red Zone.

 40. Laveranues Coles, Jets (9) Pennington’s favorite receiver.

 41. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals (5) #2 guy in Cincy.

 42. Brandon Stokley, Colts (6) Best #3 WR in the league.

 43. Jerry Porter, Raiders (3) Where will he be playing this year?

 44. Ernest Wilford, Jaguars (6) Looking like the #1 guy in camp.

 45. Troy Williamson, Vikings (6) Has huge upside due to his blazing speed.

 46. Kevin Curtis, Rams (7) Second best #3 WR in league.

 47. Amani Toomer, Giants (4) More of a possession receiver at this point in his career.

 48. Koren Robinson, Vikings (6) Good deep threat.

 49. Matt Jones, Jaguars (6) Battling for the #1 job in camp.

 50. Mark Clayton, Ravens (7) Will benefit from playing with an NFL QB this year.

 51. Eric Parker, Chargers (3) Starting wide-out that is a little better than average.

 52. Corey Bradford, Lions (8) Has the speed to stretch the defense at Ford Field.

 53. Antonio Bryant, 49ers (7) Went for over 1,000 yards last season in Cleveland.

 54. Marty Booker, Dolphins (8) Possession receiver for Fins.

 55. Brandon Lloyd, Redskins (8) Playing with a real QB now.

 56. Reche Caldwell, Patriots (6) One of the guys Brady will spray the ball around to.

 57. Greg Lewis, Eagles (9) Somebody has to catch McNabb’s passes.

 58. Samie Parker, Chiefs (3) Has the speed to stretch the field.

 59. Michael Jenkins, Falcons (5) Falcons don’t pass much.

 60. Roddy White, Falcons (5) Falcons don’t pass much.

 61. Robert Ferguson, Packers (6) Has a slight hold on a starting position.

 62. Cedrick Wilson, Steelers (4) Possession receiver for a running team.

 63. Jerricho Cotchery, Jets (9) Possession receiver is running with the first team.

 64. Ashley Lelie, Broncos (4) Could move up this list with a bullet if traded to the right team.

 65. Antwan Randle El, Redskins (8) Exciting player, but doesn’t score many points.

 66. Santonio Holmes, Steelers (4) Moves up this list if he can beat out Cedrick Wilson.

 67. Doug Gabriel, Raiders (3) Moves up this list after Jerry Porter gets traded.

 68. Dante Hall, Chiefs (3) If Edwards is really gonna make him his #3 WR, then he moves up the list.

 69. Travis Taylor, Vikings (6) Solid #3 WR for the Vikings.

 70. Marcus Robinson, Vikings (6) Very good in the Red Zone.

 71. Keary Colbert, Panthers (9) Will rebound from down season last year.

 72. Chris Henry, Bengals (5) Pure talent that just needs a few more passes thrown his way.

 73. Chad Jackson, Patriots (6) Has the talent to beat out Caldwell for starting position.

 74. Ronald Curry, Raiders (3) Was just coming around when he blew out his knee last year.

 75. Bobby Engram, Seahawks (5) Nothing flashy, but solid.

 76. Sinorice Moss, Giants (4) Not as good as his brother…..yet.

 77. Bryant Johnson, Cardinals (9) Gets scraps from the table.

 78. Shaun McDonald, Rams (7) Very good wide-out on a very deep team.

 79. David Boston, Bucs (4) This is not a misprint. He’s blowing people away in camp.

 80. Greg Jennings, Packers (6) Could give Ferguson a run for his money.

 81. Derek Hagan, Dolphins (8) Rookie is looking good in camp.

 82. Travis Wilson, Browns (6) Another rookie that’s making a good impression.

 83. Ike Hilliard, Bucs (4) Not much left in the tank.

 84. Devery Henderson, Saints (7) Could be the year he breaks out of his shell.

 85. Glen Martinez, Lions (8) A Mike Martz favorite.

 86. Derrick Armstrong, Texans (5) #3 WR.

 87. Dennis Northcutt, Browns (6) Having a battle for his #3 spot.

 88. Justin McCareins, Jets (9) In Coach Mangini’s doghouse.

 89. Kelly Campbell, Dolphins (8) Deep threat from Culpepper’s past.

 90. Jabar Gaffney, Eagles (9) Switches cities, but still a #3 WR.

 91. Kassim Osgood, Chargers (3) Could be #3.

 92. Patrick Crayton, Cowboys (3) Could be #3 if healthy.

 93. Rod Gardner, Packers (6) Looks like #4 guy in GB.

 94. Reggie Williams, Jaguars (6) #1 job was open, but he doesn’t look like he wanted it.

 95. Darius Watts, Broncos (4) Still having problems with drops.

 96. Peerless Price, Bills (8) Bills are grasping at straws.

 97. Antonio Chatman, Bengals (5) Has a chance at the #3 job.

 98. Troy Brown, Patriots (6) Old reliable.

 99. Wes Welker, Dolphins (8) He does a little of everything.

100. Brandon Jones, Titans (7)Â Did ok as a rookie.

101. Roydell Williams, Titans (7)Â Had almost identical numbers that Jones did last year.

102. Josh Reed, Bills (8)Â Put up or shut up time for Reed.

103. Todd Pinkston, Eagles (9)Â The man with alligator arms.

104. Vincent Jackson, Chargers (3)Â Getting a chance this year.

105. Dane Looker, Rams (7)Â Possession receiver.

106. James Thrash, Redskins (8)Â Low on the depth chart.

107. David Patten, Redskins (8)Â Below Thrash on the depth chart.

108. Tim Carter, Giants (4)Â Good speed, but little chance.

109. David Tyree, Giants (4)Â Good speed, but little chance.

110. Terrance Wilkins, Colts (6)Â Any Colt is worth mention.

111. Andre Davis, Bills (8)Â Played with Holcomb on Browns.

112. Mike Williams, Lions (8)Â First round bust.

113. Mark Bradley, Bears (7)Â Second year wideout on a running team.

114. Clarence Moore, Ravens (7)Â Wins jump balls.

115. Kelley Washington, Bengals (5)Â Is a good wide-out but has problems staying healthy.

116. Justin Gage, Bears (7)Â Bears getting tired of waiting for him.

117. Brandon Williams, 49ers (7)Â Rookie could catch a few.

118. Tim Dwight, Jets (9)Â Always fun to watch play.

119. Quincy Morgan, Steelers (4)Â Good speed but hands of stone.

120. Demetrius Williams, Ravens (7)Â Rookie could get a few grabs.

121. Skyler Green, Cowboys (3)Â Rookie could battle for #3 WR position.

122. Jerome Pathon, Falcons (5)Â Could be Falcons #3 WR.

123. Troy Edwards, Jaguars (6)Â Edwards back to the scene of his best year.

124. Derrick Hamilton, 49ers (7)Â Could be #3 WR for 49ers.

125. Brad Smith, Jets (9) Converted QB…..could catch a few.

126. Charles Rogers, Lions (8) Just trying to stick in the NFL now.



Fantasy Running Back Rankings

Blogged under Fantasy Football Report by ravenhater on Wednesday 16 August 2006 at 3:52 pm
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 1. Shaun Alexander, Seahawks (5) Alexander is a TD machine and a great back for yardage.

 2. Larry Johnson, Chiefs (3) Johnson exploded on the scene last year and won’t have to share time with Priest Holmes anymore.

 3. Ladainian Tomlinson, Chargers (3) Workhorse that can score receiving, rushing OR passing!

 4. Tiki Barber, Giants (4) Awesome season last year, but beware…he’s in his 30’s.

 5. Clinton Portis, Redskins (8) Can go the distance on any carry and is the focal point of the Redskins offense.

 6. Rudi Johnson, Bengals (5) A battering ram that will be more busy than usual until Carson Palmer is 100%.

 7. Ronnie Brown, Dolphins (8) Good blend of speed and power, and he doesn’t have to share carries with a pothead anymore.

 8. Cadillac Williams, Bucs (4) Will have an awesome season as long as Gruden doesn’t run him into the ground again.

 9. Edgerrin James, Cardinals (9) Weaker offensive line this year, but still an elite back.

10. Lamont Jordan, Raiders (3)Â The big guy catches alot of passes to go with his rushing yards.

11. Stephen Jackson, Rams (7)Â Coach Linehan will use the run alot more than Martz did.

12. Domanick Davis, Texans (5) Can catch or run with the best of them….as long as he stays healthy.

13. Jamal Lewis, Ravens (7) In training camp this year instead of the pokey. Should bounce back strong.

14. Willis McGahee, Bills (8)Â If passing game keeps extra guys out of the box, he should have his best season.

15. Corey Dillon, Patriots (6) Might have to split carries with Maroney, but he’ll still the the majority of the carries.

16. Reggie Bush, Saints (7)Â Will line up all over the field and might have more yards receiving than rushing.

17. Rueben Droughns, Browns (6)Â Will score more TDs this season due to an improved line and receivers.

18. Willie Parker, Steelers (4)Â If he gets to run near the goal line he shoots up this list.

19. Ahman Green, Packers (6)Â Injury risk, but one worth taking.

20. Fred Taylor, Jaguars (6)Â Injury risk, but is a dominator when healthy.

21. Dominic Rhodes, Colts (6)Â Has a good shot to be the main man for the Colts.

22. Brian Westbrook, Eagles (9)Â Weak receiving corps in Philly will mean more work for Westbrook.

23. Kevin Jones, Lions (8)Â Could rebound from an off-year, but will Martz let him run the ball enough?

24. Julius Jones, Cowboys (3)Â Would rank alot higher if he could stay in one piece.

25. Deuce McAllister, Saints (7)Â I still have a feeling that Deuce will lead the Saints in rushing, and get all the goal-line carrries.

26. Chester Taylor, Vikings (6)Â Finally get his chance, he could put up numbers like Lamont Jordan did last year.

27. Warrick Dunn, Falcons (5)Â Alot of yards, but not alot of TDs.

28. Chris Brown, Titans (7)Â Who knows what to expect out of the Titans running game?

29. DeShaun Foster, Panthers (9)Â Brittle, but effective when he plays.

30. D’Angelo Williams, Panthers (9) Waiting for Foster to get hurt so he can take his job and never give it back.

31. Thomas Jones, Bears (7)Â In the Bears doghouse, but he did go over 1,000 yards last season.

32. Cedric Benson, Bears (7)Â Banged up in camp, but was listed ahead of Jones on depth chart.

33. Frank Gore, 49ers (7)Â A warrior that only needs to stay healthy to show off.

34. Curtis Martin, Jets (9)Â Near the end of his Hall-of-Fame career because of bad knees.

35. Kevan Barlow, 49ers (7)Â Neck and neck with Gore for the starting job in San Fran.

36. Cedric Houston, Jets (9) Started in Martin’s place last year, and will be first in line this year too.

37. Joseph Addai, Colts (6)Â Never was a full-time back at LSU.

38. Tatum Bell, Broncos (4) Team thinks he’s too small to be an everydown back, but he’s effective when he plays.

39. Michael Pittman, Bucs (4)Â Should get more carries to keep the Cadillac fresh this year.

40. Marion Barber, Cowboys (3)Â Plays behind injury-prone Jones and gets a lot of carries near the end zone.

41. Samkon Gado, Packers (6) Power runner that showed alot last season. Will get a ton of carries if Green isn’t all the way back.

42. T.J. Duckett, Falcons (5)Â Beast near the goal-line for Atlanta.

43. Mewelde Moore, Vikings (6)Â Good back-up running back.

44. Mike Anderson, Ravens (7) Had a huge season in Denver and should steal some carries from Jamal Lewis this year.

45. Duce Staley, Steelers (4)Â Could be the goal-line back for the Steelers this year.

46. Laurence Maroney, Patriots (6)Â Could steal alot of carries from Corey Dillon.

47. Antowain Smith, Texans (5)Â Could get alot of carries this season to keep Domanick Davis fresh and healthy.

48. Ron Dayne, Broncos (4)Â Can Mike Shanahan really make a good running back out of anybody?

49. Maurice Morris, Seahawks (5) Good back that’s biding his time until free-agency.

50. Lee Suggs, Browns (6)Â Will give Droughns a few breaks this season.

51. Chris Perry, Bengals (5)Â Good back-up running back that catches alot of passes.

52. Brandon Jacobs, Giants (4)Â TD machine in goal-line offense.

53. LenDale White, Titans (7) One of Coach Chow’s favorite players at USC.

54. Mike Bell, Broncos (4) Undrafted rookie that’s rising up the depth chart in Denver.

55. Justin Fargas, Raiders (3)Â Third-down back for Raiders.

56. Ladell Betts, Redskins (8)Â Betts always produces when he plays.

57. Michael Turner, Chargers (3)Â Turner is a great back-up, but Tomlinson never comes out of the game.

58. Kevin Faulk, Patriots (6)Â Good pass catching third-down back.

59. Shawn Bryson, Lions (8)Â Coach Martz likes his receiving skills.

60. Derrick Blaylock, Jets (9)Â Could get a lot of carries if Martin hangs up the cleats.

61. Michael Bennett, Chiefs (3)Â Bennett could produce as a third-down back for Chiefs.

62. Jerious Norwood, Falcons (5)Â Has been impressive in camp.

63. Maurice Hicks, 49ers (7)Â Productive when he plays.

64. Najeh Davenport, Packers (6)Â Coming off an injury, but a load to bring down.

65. Greg Jones, Jaguars (6)Â #2 behind fragile Fred Taylor.

66. Jerome Harrison, Browns (6)Â Good skills, could be ideal third-down back.

67. Nick Goings, Panthers (9)Â Always seems to get alot of P.T.

68. Travis Henry, Titans (7)Â Tough guy, but probably #3 in line for carries.

69. Moe Williams, Rams (7)Â Tough runner with a nose for the goal-line.

70. Marcel Shipp, Cardinals (9)Â Had his chance last season and blew it.

71. Adrian Peterson, Bears (7)Â #3 in Chicago.

72. Maurice Drew, Jaguars (6)Â A little small, but he has skills.

73. Ryan Moats, Eagles (9)Â The Eagles will run more this year and Moats is the #2 guy.

74. Brian Calhoun, Lions (8)Â Was a great runner in Wisconsin and could push Jones for job.

75. J.J. Arrington, Cardinals (9)Â Had a decent year as a rookie, but backing up the Edge now.

76. Tyson Thompson, Cowboys (3)Â #3 in Big D.

77. James Mungro, Colts (6)Â Could be Colts goal-line back.

78. Vernand Morency, Texans (5)Â #3 in Houston.

79. Anthony Thomas, Bills (8)Â Could get carries near the goal-line for the Bills.

80. Sammy Morris, Dolphins (8) Ronnie Brown’s caddy.

81. Verron Haynes, Steelers (4)Â Could battle Staley and Parker for goal-line carries.

82. Rock Cartwright, Redskins (8)Â Averaged over 7 yards per carry last season.

83. Tony Fisher, Rams (7)Â Duking it out with Moe Williams for back-up job.

84. Aaron Stecker, Saints (7)Â #3 behind McAllister and Bush.

85. Darren Sproles, Chargers (3)Â Kick-returner and #3 running back for Chargers.

86. Musa Smith, Ravens (7)Â Big back that is injury-prone.

87. Ciatrick Fason, Vikings (6)Â Could be goal-line back for Vikings.

88. Travis Minor, Dolphins (8)Â Good receiving back.

89. Shaud Williams, Bills (8)Â Small, #3 back for Bills.

90. Kenny Watson, Bengals (5) Always productive when he plays, but doesn’t play much.

91. Dee Brown, Chiefs (3)Â Brown is #3 in KC.

92. Rashard Lee, Raiders (3)Â At least he can return kicks.

93. Josh Scobey, Seahawks (5)Â Kick-returner and #3 back for Seattle.

94. Bruce Perry, Eagles (9) Coming back from injury-filled rookie season.

95. Ernest Graham, Bucs (4)Â Sits on bench every week.

96. Derrick Ward, Giants (4)Â Suffered broken foot in camp.



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