Dose: Kobe & Melo struggling

Dose: Kobe & Melo struggling
Kobe was back in action on Sunday, but took only 10 shots, while Carmelo left early with more knee pain. Dose breaks down six games.
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The NFL will review Ndamukong Suh's Week 17 incident with Aaron Rodgers.

Dec 29 - 9:17 AM

Giants WR Corey Washington was a healthy scratch in Week 17.

The meaningless finale against the Eagles' inept secondary seemed like a perfect spot to get Washington some real NFL chances. The Giants curiously didn't see it that way. So Washington's rookie season ends with five catches for 52 yards and one touchdown in 14 games. He'll likely be buried on the depth chart again next year with Odell Beckham, Victor Cruz (if healthy) and Rueben Randle all under contract.
Dec 29 - 9:00 AM

LeSean McCoy said Sunday he's "sure" he can work something out with the Eagles regarding his contract.

McCoy did not have a good season, but he's still just 26 years old and it would cost the Eagles $4.4M in dead money to cut him. That's not happening, especially with Chip Kelly saying Monday he wants Shady back. McCoy will likely have to do some kind of restructure, as he carries an $11.95M cap number and $9.75M base salary in 2015. The Eagles stripped him of goal-line work late in the season and he also lost a lot of pass-game work to Darren Sproles. Shady's YPC and touchdowns dropped from 5.11 and 11 in 2013 to 4.22 and five in 2014.
Dec 29 - 8:51 AM

Jets fired GM John Idzik.

Hired in January of 2013 to bring Seattle's brand of roster building to the Jets, Idzik instead failed miserably. He bungled the Darrelle Revis situation, left Rex Ryan with street-level talent in the secondary, drafted Geno Smith and moved at a glacial pace in free agency decisions. Idzik reportedly rubbed multiple people in the Jets front office the wrong way, creating "division" in the organization. Owner Woody Johnson is cleaning house and starting over by firing both Idzik and Rex Ryan at the same time.
Dec 29 - 8:42 AM
Rex Ryan - DT - Jets

Jets fired head coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik.

Ryan went 20-12 in his first two seasons with the Jets, playing in two straight AFC Championship Games (2009, 2010). In the four seasons since then, he's gone 26-38 with zero playoff appearances and an inability to develop offensive talent. Still, Ryan hits the market as one of the best candidates available, an excellent motivator even if he's best suited to be a defensive coordinator. Ryan's defenses ranked 1st, 3rd, 5th, 8th, 11th and 6th in his six years at the helm. If another head coaching opportunity doesn't materialize for him this offseason, it's possible he'll take a year off and do some television work.
Dec 29 - 8:30 AM

Following Sunday's win at Tennessee, Reggie Wayne (groin) was adamant that he'll play in the Wild Card game against the Bengals.

Wayne admitted he felt a "twinge" in his groin while laboring up the sideline on a 80-yard catch. We don't doubt that he's going to suit up, but effectiveness will be a question mark. A liability for most of his age-36 season, Wayne's already limited YAC and separation ability could be down to nil if he's playing through a soft-tissue injury.
Source: colts.com
Dec 29 - 8:23 AM

Dri Archer rushed one time for negative-one yard and caught two passes for 19 yards in Sunday's night's Week 17 win over the Bengals.

Archer saw a small bump in playing time after Le'Veon Bell's knee injury, but the Steelers were petrified to line up the 173-pounder in the backfield. Archer was out-carried by UDFA Josh Harris 5-1. The lightning fast third-round rookie is a package player and nothing more, a poor man's Darren Sproles. We wouldn't expect significant usage even if Bell can't go in Saturday night's Wild Card game against the Ravens.
Dec 29 - 8:15 AM

Josh Harris rushed five times for seven yards in Sunday night's Week 17 win over the Bengals.

Harris was the primary back following Le'Veon Bell's knee injury, out-carrying Dri Archer 5-1. It should be noted that Harris did have a 59-yard fourth quarter run wiped out by a holding penalty. Bell, who suffered a mere hyperextension, is questionable for the Wild Card game. If he can't go, the Steelers will be forced to turn to Harris, an underwhelming UDFA out of Wake Forest who rushed eight times for 41 yards in the preseason. He'd have a weak projection against the Ravens' strong front seven.
Dec 29 - 8:11 AM
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