NFL Week Six – News and Notes

Do you think Eric Mangini could help the Philadelphia Eagles?

By NoontimeSports.com 

The sixth week of the NFL season is upon us and this Sunday and Monday, we have some intriguing match-ups. Here’s some of the biggest news on Wednesday, enjoy.

* The Philadelphia Eagles have been this season’s biggest surprise. According to ProFootballTalk.com and ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, the team offered a defensive consulting position to the former Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini, who turned down the offer.

* On Tuesday, Denver Broncos head coach John Fox announced that the team will start quarterback Tim Tebow against the Miami Dolphins after their bye week and on Wednesday, Vice-President of Football Operations John Elway told the media that their young gunslinger, “adds a great a great spark for us.” The Broncos rallied this past weekend against the San Diego Chargers, but fell short of an epic comeback, yet seem optimistic about the remainder of the season.

* Due to the upcoming Dallas Cowboys-New England Patriots game on Sunday, ESPNBoston.com and ESPNDallas.com have decided to square off against one another, as well as debate the question, which team had the better “dynasty?” What are your thoughts? Would you choose the Cowboys in the ’90’s or Patriots in the ’00’s?

* According to NFL.com, LeBron James contacted Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll via Twitter on Tuesday and expressed interest in playing football, especially if the NBA continues to cancel games.

* It’s hard to predict a MVP this early in the season, but does Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson seem like a possible winner? It could happen!

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