Josh McCown

Game Plan
Little Things, Big Dividends
Little Things, Big Dividends
Attention to detail was the catalyst in the Seahawks' season-opening, 36-16 dismantling of the Packers. Here's a look at how the defending champs did it, plus what to watch in Week 1 including the matchup no one's talking about
By Peter King
MMQB Fantasy
UPDATED Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterbacks
UPDATED Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterbacks
Fueled by insider information and analysis, we present The MMQB fantasy football rankings
On Further Review
Sweat the Small Stuff
Sweat the Small Stuff
Aaron Rodgers is one of the most accurate and efficient quarterbacks in NFL history. His coach says he arrived at camp in 'the best shape I've ever seen.' What's the Green Bay star's offseason secret? Revealing that, plus reader mail
By Peter King
Mailbag
Twitter Mailbag: Answering Your Training Camp Questions
Twitter Mailbag: Answering Your Training Camp Questions
My takes on Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco and the most surprising player I've seen
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
Five Things I Think I Think: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Five Things I Think I Think: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
Bucs Report: New Faces, Quiet Optimism
Bucs Report: New Faces, Quiet Optimism
Lovie Smith won't vocalize it, but Tampa Bay's new head coach believes his team—which features Josh McCown at quarterback, a tall group of receivers and a hungry defense—will have a say in the NFC South race
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Buccaneers Preview: The Right Man for the Job
Buccaneers Preview: The Right Man for the Job
Lovie Smith's simplified scheme, and laid-back demeanor, might be just what the talented Bucs need
By Andy Benoit
Weekend Notes
Worst to First? The Buccaneers Believe It
Worst to First? The Buccaneers Believe It
Forget about rebuilding or taking it slow. Tampa Bay's new general manager Jason Licht says his team is ready to win now. Can coach Lovie Smith, QB Josh McCown and company really compete for an NFC South division title in 2014?
By Greg A. Bedard
Weekend Notes
Questioning the Practice
Questioning the Practice
The 2011 CBA was negotiated to reduce mileage on players in the offseason. Coaches hate it, players want access to the facilities, but the time away may make teams better ... plus, a ChuckStrong update and Greg Hardy’s legal woes
By Robert Klemko
Open Field
Chicago Bears: Blown Out, But Not Blown Away
Chicago Bears: Blown Out, But Not Blown Away
Losing by six touchdowns in a game where a playoff spot could have been clinched? No big deal, say the Bears, who quickly turned the page on a 54-11 loss in Philly to focus on a do-or-die Week 17 showdown against the Packers
By Jenny Vrentas