Browsing Jimmy Graham

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks Optimistic About Jimmy Graham

Posted on 4 Dec, 2015, by in NFL

The Seattle Seahawks aren’t getting Jimmy Graham back this season, but adding him wasn’t just a one year deal. They expect the tight end to be productive for the next two seasons, even if his first year with the team won’t be filled with thumbs up marks all across the board. More

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks Can’t Afford Jimmy Graham This Bad

Posted on 18 Oct, 2015, by in NFL

The Seattle Seahawks might be the biggest disappointment in the 2015 NFL Season so far. Jimmy Graham is their biggest let down to this point, although his disappointing numbers are a combination of his poor play and the team not exactly making it easy on him to thrive. More

San Francisco 49ers – Perrish Cox Cheats, Colin Kaepernick Gets Lucky

Posted on 10 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

The San Francisco 49ers beat the New Orleans Saints 27-24 in overtime, but have very few things to feel good about. Colin Kaepernick was terrible except for one big throw to save the day in the fourth quarter and the only reason his team won was because of an offensive pass interference call on Jimmy Graham, negating a touchdown he caught over a flopping Perrish Cox. More

New Orleans Saints – Drew Brees Shines on the Road, Cam Newton Getting Worse

Posted on 31 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

The New Orleans Saints weren’t playing in a dome, but they still got a very good performance from Drew Brees in a 28-10 win over the Carolina Panthers which changes the lead in the NFC South, while Cam Newton continues to look like a quarterback that’s actually going through a regression, putting on his worst game of the season. More

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11 Best NFL Free Agents in 2014

Posted on 15 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

The free agents class of 2014 isn’t filled with offensive talent, as most of the players ending their contracts in the NFL who’ll interest a lot of teams are pass rushers. Jimmy Graham does stand out, but there’s a bigger choosing of talent in defensive positions with guys like Greg Hardy, Brian Orakpo and Lamarr Houston becoming available. More

New Orleans Saints – Still Kings of the NFC South

Posted on 9 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

The hype from what Cam Newton and Ron Rivera are doing this season with the Carolina Panthers isn’t over, but it’s been put into prespective after a 31-14 loss against the New Orleans Saints, as Drew Brees put on quite the impressive performance, throwing four touchdown passes. More

Saints vs Falcons – This Used to be a Fair Fight

Posted on 22 Nov, 2013, by in NFL

Wins for the Atlanta Falcons in their rivalry with the New Orleans Saints have been quite rare over the last seven years, but this year was the return to sweep form, as teams with mirroring records looks like they don’t belong in the same sentence. It wasn’t so easy for Drew Brees and his defense in a 17-13 win, but it’s hard to think of any other longstanding division rivalry looking so empty of parity and fairness at the moment. More

Jimmy Graham – The Best Tight End in the NFL

Posted on 3 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

Every season there seems to be a different name mentioned as the NFL’s best tight end, but right now, with the New Orleans Saints riding high on the return of their head coach and an impressive passing game, there’s no one playing better at the position than Jimmy Graham. More

New Orleans Saints – Drew Brees Makes 400 Yards Look Easy

Posted on 1 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It was the 10th time Drew Brees threw for over 400 yards since joining the New Orleans Saints, getting plenty of help from Jimmy Graham and Darren Sproles, but the main difference from the perfect team this season than the train wreck of a year ago is with Sean Payton. More

New Orleans Saints – Drew Brees Suddenly Has a Defense to Help Him

Posted on 9 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The New Orleans Saints had the worst defense in the NFL last season, but that something that seems to be changing. Drew Brees isn’t forced to score on each drive, and all of a sudden there’s a chance that with Sean Payton back on the sidelines, they’re the cream of the crop in the NFC South once again. More