The quarterback position is always a hot topic of conversation, especially during this time of the year. The National Football League has become a sport where this position is one of supreme importance, and if you’re a team that dosen’t have a difference maker at the position, your franchise will be left behind! Only one of 12 playoff quarterbacks had a passer rating below 80 (Tim Tebow at 72.9), and the elite single-callers were well over 100 (Aaron Rodgers 122.5, Drew Brees 110.6 and Tom Brady 105.6).
I can only imagine that it will be much easier to come back to work for the players and coaches after defeating the Washington Redskins 20-9 at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday. It’s been 364 days since Miami Dolphins fans could stand up and celebrate a home victory, but quietly this football team is getting healthier, and more consistent as a football team.
The Dolphins (2-7) picked up their first home win since Week 10 of last year, 364 days ago, and also won consecutive games for the first time since the first two games of 2010, thanks to a 20-9 win over the Washington Redskins (3-6) this afternoon.
Reggie Bush didn’t have as big a statistical day as he did last week, but he scored both of Miami’s touchdowns and Dan Carpenter added a pair of field goals as the Dolphins kept the Redskins at arm’s length most of the day.
The FOX announcer, who will broadcast Sunday’s Redskins-Dolphins game, calls in to the show to provide insight on John Beck and the Washington Redskins, a team that Myers has seen plenty of this season. Don’t miss Myers thoughts on how the Dolphins appear to be much better than a 1-7 team when watching the team on film.
After two weeks of the fantasy season, it’s still very early, but never too early to look at upgrading your roster. Here are some players that might be available in your league:
The guys discussed a number of topics from around the NFL including Peyton Manning’s health, the quarterback battle in Washington, and the awful incidents that took place last weekend after the Raiders-49ers game.