NFL Trade Deadline: The trade deadline is coming up faster than you can type, and the question remains Washington Redskins defensive problems against Albert Haynesworth: Will you stay or will you go now?
The 100 million people and played in three games this year and has six tackles miserable. Just two weeks ago, it seems that he and the Redskins coach Mike Shanahan had repaired their relationship, as Shanahan praised him for his effort against the Philadelphia Eagles, but now his status is in question.
Shanahan said in his weekly press conference Monday that Haynesworth was not ready to train with the team last Thursday, and after losing last week due to the death of his brother, he was not able to play in Week 6 the loss of the Colts.
Haynesworth was visibly upset by the decision, saying he would have liked to have played on Sunday, and was ready to go, both physically and mentally.
Albert has said repeatedly that does not conform to 3.4 of the Redskins system and prefer to have the freedom to pursue and attack the quarterback will.
Now, according to NFL Network Jason Canfora, La, the Redskins may have lowered the selling price for the big man.
The Redskins have been looking for a project of the second round of upper-middle-changing selection of Haynesworth, reasoning that he had put too much money in it to let it go for less.It nothing seems now that Shanahan would be open to listen to offers for the third round, or possibly mid next two selections throughout the year.
There have been talks in recent weeks that Haynesworth could be up to a meeting with Jeff Fisher in Tennessee, where Albert was drafted and made a name for himself.
Haynesworth fit more easily into the scheme was basically built around him since he emerged as a major threat after being drafted in 2002.
After collecting 14.5 sacks and three forced fumbles in his last two years with the Titans, Haynesworth has been widely considered a disappointment to Washington, with only four sacks and 37 tackles last season. He has become a field disturbance in clashes with Shanahan after he was hired as the new coach.
Haynesworth can come right out and impersonate Tony Brown, who arrived this season in the limited time physically can not perform (PUP) list and played against Jacksonville Monday night.
Haynesworth status is still in the air, as the Titans brass think will stay, but at the same time, lowered the price to purchase. It seems that someone would not mind taking him off their hands.
Some teams have improved their ranking with his play last week, while others simply fell further.
But remember, these power rankings and a record of quality is one thing, but a winning streak is another, and be surprised that is ranked No. 1.
The only win-less team in the NFC, the Carolina Panthers, at 0-5, start with the classification as any other team can.
They have a rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen from the worst offense in the NFL, 58 points less difference than we could last forever, just the last.
Detroit Lions with a win, a 44-6 rout of the St. Louis Rams in Week 5, had a season to forget as well.
accident Calvin Johnson in Week 1 led to a string of heartbreaking losses close, and now the Lions appear to be in freefall at 1-5.
No team may have had as many heartbreaking losses in six games in the 49′s. If there is a way to lose, San Francisco, you’ll find, except on Sunday when he picked up his first win against cross town rival Oakland.
However, your Raiders and win one not get you very far in the NFL.
After a nightmare start to the season 1-4 Cowboys football experts everywhere are taking back the NFC Super Bowl, the prediction of the preseason.
After a loss to the Vikings on Sunday in Dallas continued to hurt themselves with penalties and turnovers, found in no. 13 in the ranking of power, as if they need more bad luck.
St. Louis Rams are surprisingly 3-3 in six games. But its bad reputation hurts them here.
Are flying high after a three-point victory over a team of porters explosion, but a 44-6 loss to Detroit in the program stands out like a sore thumb, so he’s not ready yet.
The Vikings were a Tony Romo interception away from the possibility of going 1-4 through the first season of six weeks.
But got a much needed win and now head back on the road to follow in the Packers a victory there and they are sure to rise further.
Three losses, although all three points each, still not enough to keep the Packers in the bottom half of the NFC.
They have more injuries than any other team, and everyone knows he can not win with the injury bug.
The Bucs have quietly had a 3-2 start, but there was nothing quiet about their 31-6 loss at home to Santos on Sunday, and that is why we are in no. 9.
If not for a pair of interceptions, Carson Palmer, perhaps the 2-3 at this time.
It seems as if the Redskins have more than their way to a 3-3 record, but in reality could be much better.
A loss Sunday night at home against the Colts proved the crime is still missing and the defense not quite there yet, but still, there is nothing wrong with being average.
Here they are again, the losers of the Super Bowl is not going to disappear. The Cardinals have a-changed its shape to a 3-2 record, tied atop the NFC West, where 8.8 can win the division.
Blowout losses (-50 point spread), and the lack of a consistent quarterback but raise issues and avoid finishing higher.
The Bears started 3-0 and we knew it would not last, but 1-2 since then you get in the top 5.
You could even say that Chicago is a ridiculous Matt Forte in Week 5 performance away from being 3-3. Still though, the NFC North lead by one game.
Bloody, but not vice versa as Seattle Seahawks the top 5 power rankings after beating the Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday.
At 3-2, no NFC team has fewer losses than the Seahawks, as well as they are tied atop the NFC West someone at home, wildcard playoff game?
The Super Bowl champions have nothing to be ashamed, after all, only week 7. The Saints have been good enough through six games, 4-2, to be bound by the best record in the conference, unfortunately, four other teams have too.
Saints are a good solution and with another good showing on Sunday against Cleveland, which probably will move up in classification.
I will try to close the Falcons performance against Philadelphia on Sunday as a fluke, just this season has seen more than any other parody (5 teams tied in place in the NFC 4-2).
However, they are 4-2, and beat the New Orleans Saints, something no team has done since the regular season last year.
All seems well for the Eagles at this time. They have two wins in the 49′s and the Falcons have two quarterbacks capable of winning forever, and a rapidly improving defense.
Tied for best record in the conference, the Eagles have little to worry about with the exception of injured wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who was out of Sunday’s game against the Falcons.
No more helmets throwing into the stands for the Giants, the G-Men are all smiles after collecting his third consecutive victory Sunday against the Lions.
His best record in the NFC 4.2 and 2 nd ranked pass defense will be tested however, as it has only four home games left on their schedule.
For now, their land and defensive consistency rule in the no. 1 in the NFC.
Mackenzie Rae Putnal, Mackenzie Rae is the leader Putnal nineteen joy was spending time with Kassim Osgood in his apartment in Jacksonville. According to media Osgood was the target of a firearm by a man who came to kill him, but fortunately broke his apartment window and jumped out of it from the second floor. Kassim Osgood came to have some injuries on his body due to pieces of glass that struck him during the process of breaking the window, but more important to him was that he managed to save his life. The man entered the apartment with a gun placed the gun to the head of Mackenzie Rae Putnal and began exchanging words with her in a hard way.
After a few seconds when he tried to make a major move of Osgood jumped out the window and saved his life. Osgood Mackenzie and attended Jacksonville’s apartment watching sports at about eleven o’clock, when this stranger came inside with the gun. According to police murderer hired Rae Mackenzie Putnal in the head with his gun, as well as the head of Osgood. Police said Rae Mackenzie Putnal was strangled by unknown armed man when he made an attempt to flee the house. The gunman had police for custody and has been found involved in many other cases.