Evan Silva is high on Shane Vereen as he breaks down every fantasy football Matchup for every Week 13 game.
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed has been cleared to play in Sunday night's game against the New York Giants according to a report by FOXSports.com.
The Cowboys have won twice and Andy Reid's Chiefs have lost two times since the Eagles last played, which feels a lot longer ago than it actually was. Now, Nick Foles has (finally) officially been named the starter, meaning one bad game won't result in his benching, coach Chip Kelly claims (see story). But one bad week like he had against Dallas and the Eagles may need some help to win the division. Let's take a look at how the Birds match up with the Cards, who've won four straight, before we delve into how important this game actually is for the Eagles' hopes of making the playoffs.
After racking up only three sacks in the Redskins’ first eight games this season, outside linebacker Brian Orakpo has been on a tear the past three weeks. Indeed, Orakpo is coming on strong despite the Redskins’ overall struggles.
Is Robert Griffin III insecure? Last week it was Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver talking about it on the NFL Network. “Redskins coaches have noticed an insecurity with Griffin this season, and some in the organization believed part of his motivation to quickly return from ACL surgery was driven out of fear that Kirk Cousins would make a run at his job,” Breer wrote yesterday. The notion that Cousins, a fourth-round pick, would provide serious competition for Griffin, a player the Redskins gave up a ton of draft picks to acquire, seems silly on the face of it.