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von liny195 19.03.2019 06:41

In a move that surprises no one San Francisco 49ers Womens T-Shirt , the 49ers’ game against the Rams that was scheduled for Sunday Night Football on October 21st has been moved up to the afternoon. The NFL moved a more likely enjoyable game in its place. The Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals will now face off on Sunday night in place of the 49ers game. The NFL was hoping to have the 49ers competing in the NFC West with Jimmy Garoppolo and Kyle Shanahan against Jared Goff and Sean McVay. But after Jimmy went down for the season, it was only a matter of time that the decision was made to move their game. An undefeated team versus a one win team was not what the NFL was looking for when they made the schedule.The 49ers still have 4 more primetime games, but they are likely to lose the December 2nd Sunday Night game against the Seattle Seahawks unless they have a quick turnaround in their play. They still have their other 3 primetime games that they can’t lose because Monday and Thursday night games cannot be changed. The nation will be able to see the injury depleted 49ers at least 3 times whether they want to or not.On Tuesday, the 49ers made a few roster moves. They released DB Dexter McCoil and WR Frank Stephens from the practice squad. They signed RB Matthew Dayes, OL Najee Toran San Francisco 49ers Hats , and DB Tyvis Powell to the practice squad. 49ers linksLooking for players at all positions | Looking for backups (Inman)Trade Sherman? (Inman)Makes sense for SNF | Moving the Rams-49ers game out of SNF (Florio)Will probably lose one more | Losing the primetime slot (Inman)QBs are staying away from him. But they are torching the others | Sherman having a good season so far (Gayle)Out of Sunday Night Football (49ers staff)TOs and sacks | Some eye-opening stats (Madson)Practice squad moves (49ers staff)Time to look at who the 49ers should eye for the draft | Draft season (Call)He’s allowed only 1 reception all year | Richard Sherman still has it (Linsey)Added 3 players to practice squad (Madson)Rams - 49ers moved to 1:25 pm PT kickoff (Madson)He has not been an issue for the defense | Sherman’s numbers (Madson)Bottom of the power rankings (Madson)Will they get it?| In position to get #1 pick (Madson)Big lose for the 49ers and SNF | Losing Jimmy G helped 49ers lose SNF (Biderman)They will likely lose one more | Lost one of their primetime games (Branch)6 TOs so far | CJ’s turnovers (Madson)Down QB1, RB1, RB2, and so many others | Injuries piling up (Almquist)Addressing the pass rush (Biderman)Time for the future to play a bigger role (Cohn)49ers audioInsider podcast (Maiocco) The decision of the Panthers to sign safety Eric Reid constitutes a stunner, because many had presumed that the NFL’s owners would never relent or retreat in the face of the collusion grievances filed by Reid and former 49ers teammate Colin Kaepernick. So now that Reid has been signed San Francisco 49ers Womens Hoodie , is Kaepernick next?It’s a fair question, since it’s possible that Carolina’s decision to proceed — and the public reaction to it — could give a team that needs help at the quarterback position confidence that, if Kaepernick is signed, the fans won’t rush for the exits, the sponsors won’t abandon the team en masse Womens Customized San Francisco 49ers Jerseys , and the TV ratings won’t plummet.If anything, adding Kaepernick could help a team. Especially if that team currently is facing, for example, the balance of a season without a franchise question like Jimmy Garoppolo. The 49ers have four prime-time games from Week Six to Week 10, and the ratings for those games instantly would be dramatically higher if Kaepernick were back playing quarterback for the team that drafted him in 2011.While the league should want that increased interest , the league may not want it on those terms.For the 49ers, who like every team are in an entertainment business, the increased interest could be welcome. And justified. Sure, it would be a challenge to get Kaepernick up to speed quickly, but just as the Broncos dramatically retooled their offense in 2011 for Tim Tebow San Francisco 49ers T-Shirt , the 49ers could do the same for Kaepernick.Whether it’s the 49ers or someone else, it’s beyond argument that he’s talented enough to have one of the top two spots on plenty of depth charts. It will be interesting to see whether the willingness of the Panthers to sign Reid will make a team that needs an upgrade at quarterback to sign Kaepernick.

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 03:49

ATLANTA (AP) — Kyle Freeland commanded all four of his pitches and had his slider working especially well.It’s been a smooth ride for the left-hander since mid-June.“I’ve been trying to hold that feeling and keep on going with that Bud Norris Jersey ,” Freeland said. “See how long I can ride it out.”Ian Desmond tripled and drove in five runs, Freeland pitched six strong innings and the Colorado Rockies coasted to an 11-5 win over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night.The Rockies have won six of seven, and they’re 28-14 since June 28, tops in the NL over that span. And they’ve done it without the benefit of many blowouts: Friday’s game snapped a franchise-long, 25-game streak in which the Rockies scored six runs or fewer.“I think at this time of year you want to be playing good baseball, and we are ,” Desmond said. “We believe in what we can do, and it’s a good feeling to have at this point.”Sean Newcomb struggled for his second straight start as Atlanta’s NL East lead dropped to one-half game over Philadelphia. Colorado began the night 1½ games out of the West lead.Ronald Acuna Jr. reached on an infield single in the first against Freeland and scored on a sacrifice fly, but that was all Atlanta could muster against him.Freeland (11-7) gave up three hits and four walks and struck out four, improving to 5-1 with a 2.20 ERA over 12 starts since June 16. Freeland’s 2.96 season ERA leads all NL left-handers with enough qualifying innings.“We’re seeing a pitcher grow up before our eyes, which is great,” Colorado manager Bud Black said.Newcomb (10-6) struck out Freeland to escape a bases-loaded jam in the second Yadier Molina Jersey , but he wasn’t as fortunate with bases full in the third as Desmond tripled into left-center to make it 3-1.Desmond helped get the Rockies on the board again in the four-run sixth. He singled, stole second and scored on Chris Iannetta’s single. Charlie Blackmon’s two-run triple chased Newcomb, who gave up nine hits, seven runs and three walks in 5 1/3 innings.Newcomb had gone 8-1 with a 2.27 ERA in 14 starts following an Atlanta loss, but he was coming off a no-decision last Sunday against Milwaukee in which he gave up five runs and a single-game career-high 12 hits in four innings.“It just seemed like it was a struggle for him from the get-go,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “He’s going to have games like that. He’s not perfect. He’ll have to get through it , regroup and get ready for the next one.”The Braves have lost 21 of their last 28 games against the Rockies, including eight of the last 10 in Atlanta.Dansby Swanson had an RBI double for Atlanta in the seventh. DJ LeMahieu added an RBI single and Desmond had a two-run single in the eighth.LeMahieu drove in a run off Charlie Culberson, a utility man making his first career pitching appearance, in the ninth. The Braves added three runs in the bottom half of the inning.STREAK INTACTAcuna was credited with a hit in his first at-bat even though shortstop Trevor Story fielded the hard grounder and threw wildly to first. Acuna has reached safely in eight straight plate appearances leading off a game, with three homers, two singles Adam Wainwright Jersey , one walk and a hit by pitch over that span.STRUGGLINGAdam Duvall went 1 for 4 and stranded two runners in eighth. He’s hitting .120 in 25 at-bats since Atlanta acquired him in a trade with Cincinnati last month.TRAINER’S ROOMRockies: Manager Bud Black said LHP Mike Dunn, on the disabled list with a shoulder inflammation, looked good in a simulated game and will begin a rehab assignment in the next couple of days. … RHP Scott Oberg was reinstated from the paternity list. LHP Harrison Musgrave was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.Braves: LHP Max Fried began a rehab assignment Friday for Triple-A Gwinnett, allowing three earned runs in 4 1/3 innings. He’s been out 11 games with a left groin strain.UP NEXTRockies: RHP Antonio Senzatela (4-3, 4.56 ERA) will be reinstated from the disabled list and make his seventh start. He is 1-3 with a 5.81 ERA in three starts and six relief appearances on the road.Braves: RHP Mike Foltynewicz (10-7, 2.86 ERA) will make his 24th start. The first-time All-Star is 3-0 with a 1.83 ERA in three starts this month. CHICAGO (AP) — Ben Zobrist figured plate umpire Phil Cuzzi was going to give him the boot regardless Michael Wacha Jersey , so the Chicago Cubs veteran didn’t hold back during his first career ejection.Zobrist told Cuzzi he would prefer an “electronic strike zone” before being ejected in the eighth inning of Chicago’s 7-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night. That came two innings after Cubs manager Joe Maddon was tossed for the second time in four games after Cuzzi called Zobrist out on strikes.Zobrist was waiting on deck in the eighth when Javier Baez struck out to end the inning. Zobrist approached Cuzzi to say he didn’t appreciate being told to “be quiet” after getting called out in the sixth on a pitch he thought was a ball. He wanted assurances that the umpire would look over the play and “make an adjustment.”“He didn’t want me to tell him that,” Zobrist said. “I just basically said, ‘Well, that’s why we want an electronic strike zone.’ And that’s what obviously got me tossed.”The slider that Zobrist took for strike three from starter Jhoulys Chacin has been called a strike 44.7 percent of the time, according to ESPN Stats & Info.Maddon’s ejection was his third this season. He also was thrown out Friday against Washington for arguing an interference call against Willson Contreras running out a ground ball.

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 03:44

Joseph: ‘It’s going to take three or four guys’ at running back The Denver Broncos went young at running back when they let C.J. Anderson go , but one rookie has stood above the rest this preseason in Royce Freeman. However, Head Coach Vance Joseph isn’t ready to let go of their running back by committee approach heading into the season.“I’m not overly concerned about who is the lead guy,” Joseph said on Friday. “It’s going to take three or four guys and all three or four guys can make great plays on the ball and get some nice gains.”Frankly, I think the Broncos could do a majority of it with just two guys. Both of them are rookies. Here’s how each running back has fared this preseason.Royce Freeman: 15 carries for 84 yards, 5.6 yards per attempt with 3 touchdowns. 1 reception for six yards.Devontae Booker: 9 carries for 33 yards, 3.7 yards per attempt. 1 reception for 10 yards.Phillip Lindsay: 13 carries for 70 yards, 5.4 yards per attempt. 4 receptions for 58 yards and 1 touchdown.De’Angelo Henderson: 14 carries for 50 yards Womens Jake Butt Jersey , 3.6 yards per attempt. 5 receptions for 44 yards.David Williams: 14 carries for 36 yards, 2.6 yards per attempt. 4 receptions for 54 yards.It just seemed to me that both Freeman and Lindsay are making the plays so far. Booker is still starting the games, but at what point do you give that ‘veteran preference’ for actual production? Demaryius Thomas will begin his career in Houston tomorrow when he practices with his new teammates. DeAndre Hopkins can’t wait.“I think it was awesome, man,” Hopkins said, via Mark Berman of KRIV. “I think Demaryius brings a lot of skill to this team. Experience in the NFL. He’s a great guy off the field. I’ve trained with him before. So I think it’s a good move.”The Texans lost Will Fuller to a season-ending knee injury last week, so they gave up fourth-round and seventh-round picks in return for Thomas and a seventh-round choice.“I was excited Womens Justin Simmons Jersey , of course,” Hopkins said. “I’ve known Demaryius, the kind of person he is. Not just the player, but what he brings to this locker room.”Hopkins has made 53 catches for 789 yards and six touchdowns. Thomas has 36 catches for 402 yards and three touchdowns.

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 03:39

Sometimes it feels like we are on a never-ending cycle here in Broncos Country. Here on MHR , on every website, the conversation invariably turns to the QB position. Rightfully so, and this article will be no exception. On the MHR Radio Podcast, Ian St. Clair and I discussed the Broncos’ QB search, Elway and company heading to the Senior Bowl, and the fact that Denver clearly has a thing for Drew Lock of Missouri. I’m not going to compare Lock to 2018’s crop of QBs, and I won’t be evaluating his talent. That’s a job that is better suited for some of the other staffers here on MHR. Rather, let me offer up a QB plan for John Elway and his new coaching staff — go all in.If Elway et al. decide that Lock is the future, they need to do everything in their power to get him on the team. Then they have to commit to him 100 percent. What does that look like? Well Authentic Jeff Heuerman Jersey , there are several schools of thought on that.There is the “Baptism by Fire route.” Throw him in Day One as a rookie starter, get his lumps in early. Don’t be squeamish about the record, and understand that the team is going to go through a few seasons of growing pains. Put a solid team around the kid, and allow him to become the leader of the franchise.There is the “Patrick Mahomes Principle.” Draft the QB you love, sit him for a year behind a veteran QB, a la Case Keenum or Alex Smith, but move on from the veteran the next year, handing the job to the first-round draft pick.There is the “Baker Mayfield Transformation.” Start the season off with a veteran QB under center, and then transition to the rookie. This is kind of like an accelerated Mahomes Principle combined with a Baptism by fire.Finally Youth Darian Stewart Jersey , there is the Competition Conundrum. As Ian said on the podcast, put Keenum and Lock (if it is Lock), and perhaps another signed vet out there in an open competition. May the best man win. Maybe this is the best option for a “win now” approach, but I’m not sure that’s what is best for the future of the franchise.If it were me, I would go with Baptism by Fire, or the Mahomes Principle. However, it doesn’t matter what route the Broncos go if they refuse to go all in on their first-round pick. If it is a QB like Lock, there is no question that half measures and partial support from the coaches and management will only serve to stunt the growth of the player. As I have stated on the podcast, Elway is making some of his final decisions as the Broncos GM. Fangio will likely be his final hire as head coach , and whoever he drafts at QB will probably be his last QB drafted. If it works out, Elway won’t need to find any replacements. If it doesn’t work out, Elway will be the one getting replaced. Sounds the alarms Broncos fans, All-Pro pass rusher Von Miller is on the teams injury report. Von put in a limited practice today and is apparently dealing with a thigh injury.Von didn’t seem hampered by this injury during the Monday Night game and is likely just receiving a maintenance day by the Broncos. However, anytime Von is on the injury report, you have to keep an eye on his status throughout the week.The other key injury to keep an eye on here is the one to right tackle, Jared Veldheer. He suffered a bone bruise during the game Monday Night and was unable to practice today. After practice, Head Coach Vance Joseph said that Veldheer is progressing slowly and praised his backup, lineman Brandon Marshall Jersey , Billy Turner.Punter Marquette King, inside linebacker Todd Davis, and defensive end Adam Gotsis were also DNP’s for today’s practice. King is dealing with a thigh injury, Davis is dealing with a shoulder injury, and Gotsis is dealing with a “very minor” knee injury. Corner Adam Jones was also a DNP but he was absent and dealing with a family issue. Tight end Jeff Heuerman and guard/tackle Billy Turner also put in limited practices today as both players are dealing with sore knees. Neither injury seems serious and they should be fine going forward. As for the Jets, reserve wide receiver Charone Peake and tight end Neal Sterling were the only two players to sit out practice for them.Here is your full Wednesday injury report for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets. Denver Broncos injury report PlayerPos.InjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame StatusPlayerPos.InjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame StatusBOLD - Indicates change in status; NIR颅- Indicates not injury relatedSTATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions; Full: 100 percent of player’s normal repetitions; Out: will not play; Doubtful: Unlikely to play; Questionable: Uncertain to playNew York Jets injury reportPlayerPos.InjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame StatusPlayerPos.InjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame StatusBOLD - Indicates change in status; NIR颅- Indicates not injury relatedSTATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions; Full: 100 percent of player’s normal repetitions; Out: will not play; Doubtful: Unlikely to play; Questionable: Uncertain to play

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 03:09

Seahawks Offensive Line “Continues To Improve” As Big Test Awaits vs RamsThe Seahawks offensive line has looked much improved in the past two games , an encouraging sign heading into a matchup with a talented Los Angeles Rams defensive line.Fantasy Insider: Players To Start In Week 5Scott Engel at offers fantasy football advice on which running backs, receivers, quarterbacks, and tight ends to start in Week 5 of NFL action.Thursday Practice Report: Chris Carson Returns For SeahawksAs expected, running back Chris Carson (hip) returned to practice on Thursday.Thursday Round-Up: Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner Earn First-Quarter All-Pro Mention From tabs Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas and linebacker Bobby Wagner as part of its first-quarter All-Pro squad.Seahawks know Thompson to get targeted with Thomas out | king5.comThere's no more uncertainty about the Seattle Seahawks' situation at free safety. No more debate about whether Earl Thomas will practice or not, or whether a trade is coming.Seahawks turn to multiple players to step in for Earl ThomasThe injury to All-World Earl Thomas leaves a huge void in the Seahawks defensive backfield. Can even three players replace him?2018 Week 5: Crucial Catch at Seahawks Thursday PracticeDuring practice on Thursday, October 4 Seattle Seahawks T-Shirt , 2018, the Seahawks hosted cancer survivors and physicians from Virginia Mason and CHI Franciscan Health to meet and interact with players. The visit was part of the team's cancer awareness prevention efforts for theSeattle Seahawks secret offensive line problem is Russell Wilson - New stat shows proof - 2018 NFLThe Seahawks having a terrible O-line is a myth, and we have proof. Our new pass-blocking metric shows it's on the quarterback.Gronkowski praises Michel for giving Pats balance - NFL.comRunning back Sony Michel continues to rise and improve the Patriots' rushing attack, which is, in turn, opening up the passing game for tight end Rob Gronkowski and others.Patriots finally complete in prime-time win over Colts - NFL.comTom Brady and the New England Patriots (3-2) held off a fourth-quarter comeback and made history in the process on Thursday evening, defeating the Indianapolis Colts, 38-24 Seattle Seahawks Hats , to kick off Week 5.Tom Brady throws 500th career touchdown pass in win - NFL.comTom Brady became only the third quarterback in NFL history to throw 500 career touchdown passes when he connected on a 34-yard throw to recently acquired wide receiver Josh Gordon.Vikings' Dalvin Cook set to be questionable for Sunday - NFL.comMinnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer says Dalvin Cook is set to be questionable for Sunday's showdown versus the Philadelphia Eagles because of a hamstring injury.Ramsey on Tyreek Hill: It's not WR vs. CB matchup - NFL.comSunday's Week 5 tilt between the Jaguars and Chiefs has some additional spicy to an already fascinating game. Jalen Ramsey didn't mince words when discussing Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill.QB Index, Week 5: Mahomes sizzles, Big Ben fizzles - NFL.comWith one quarter of the season complete, Gregg Rosenthal reveals his ranking of the 32 quarterbacks who have played the bulk of the snaps for their respective teams.Steelers coordinator wants to get James Conner heated up – ProFootballTalkThe Steelers have heard that Le'Veon Bell's coming back after the bye. But it would certainly help their search for some degree of offensive balance if they could run the ball regularly until he returns.Malcolm Butler unhappy with start to season, vows to get better – ProFootballTalkMalcolm Butler didn't get a chance to face the Eagles in Super Bowl LII, but the cornerback was on the field against them in Tennessee last Sunday. The day didn't go as well for him as it did for the Titans as a whole. The Seattle Seahawks improved to 4-3 on the year with an impressive 28-14 road win over the Detroit Lions, giving them three straight road victories after dropping the first two. It was a rocky start and somewhat rocky ending, but everything else at Ford Field was damn near flawless and beautiful to watch.You know what else happens when the Seahawks win? Enemy Reaction. And we’ve got a lot to get through. Game thread comments from Lions fans are courtesy of Pride of Detroit. If you have problems viewing the images in the post Seattle Seahawks Hoodie , I suggest right-clicking on the specific image and going to “view image” or “open image in new tab” depending on your browser.Matthew Stafford escapes, finds Marvin Jones for a touchdown (7-0 DET)Russell Wilson strikes back, finding Tyler Lockett for a 24-yard touchdown (7-7)Ameer Abdullah fumbles kickoff, Barkevious Mingo recovers (7-7)David Moore grabs his fourth touchdown in three weeks (14-7 SEA)David Moore can’t make the catch on 3rd down, Pete Carroll challenges and this obviously won’t work... (14-7 SEA)...but then it’s overturned! It’s a catch!Ed Dickson makes his presence felt with a 12-yard touchdown (21-7 SEA)Seahawks turn it over on downs after Nick Vannett touchdown is called back due to illegal touching (21-7 SEA)David Moore gets open for a 45-yard gain (21-7 SEA)Chris Carson plows his way into the end zone (28-7 SEA)Marvin Jones gets his second touchdown of the game (28-14 SEA)Matthew Stafford fumbles, Frank Clark recovers (28-14 SEA)Absurd pass interference call on Bradley McDougald sets Detroit up deep in Seattle territory (28-14 SEA)Ball don’t lie, as Justin Coleman picks off Matthew Stafford at the 1 (28-14 SEA)Michael Dickson casually Aussie Sweeps the Lions out of the building, hopefully Lions fans know who Michael Dickson is now (28-14 SEA FINAL)Post-Game: Lions loss to Seahawks was downright shameful (Carlos Monarrez Customized Seattle Seahawks Jerseys , Detroit Free Press)Post-Game: Seahawks didn’t necessarily prove themselves to be the better team (Steven Mullenax, Sidelion Report)Post-Game Video: Sports radio call-ins remain a brain-melting experience (97.1 The Ticket)Bonus Enemy Reaction: 49ers blow it against the Cardinals (or did the Cardinals blow it by winning?)The Seahawks have six of their final nine games at home, and I’d be stunned if they had a second season in a row with middling results at CenturyLink Field. A win over the Los Angeles Chargers would bring them to 5-3 at the halfway stage, and instill more belief that this team is headed back to the playoffs. They’ve played great football over the last three games, but they’ll have to maintain it giving the daunting November schedule they face.Also, November 5th is my birthday and I don’t want a second straight year of the Seahawks losing at home on my birthday/birthday weekend. That’s the only gift I want for 2018.Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 03:05

NFL Power Rankings Youth Rashaad Penny Jersey , Week 5: Seahawks gotta rank at least, like 20th, I think What’s the number one thing people complain about in a power rankings comments section? Not just where their team is ranked, but where they are ranked in relation to other teams. “My team does not belong below that team.” “Your an idiot if you think THAT team is better than THAT OTHER TEAM.” (intentional sic)But you can’t complain about a team’s ranking in comparison to some other team’s ranking if you don’t have the full list. Or even 90% of it. In fact, I’m only gonna give you one ranking at all: the Seattle Seahawks.The Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, evening their record to 2-2. Though many fans are despondent after the win because of season-ending injuries to Earl Thomas and Will Dissly, plus a please-end-your-season offensive playcalling performance by Brian Schottenheimer, the fact is that 14 teams currently have losing records and Seattle isn’t one of them. That most likely changes after this week’s game against the LA Rams, but the Seahawks can’t pack away their 2018 things this early with the NFC being as wide open as it is once you look past the Rams and New Orleans Saints.Those are the two teams that I think are playing in the NFC Championship in January, assuming normal wear and tear without losing your quarterbacks.But how mighty are the 3-1 Chicago Bears? Maybe they really are legitimate Super Bowl contender, I just can’t ignore how much their offensive prowess has been skewed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense; a team that almost doubled Mitch Trubisky’s career scoring total in like one half of football. How much would he shrink in the playoffs against the Carolina Panthers defense? Or even having to face the Seahawks again? Even with Matt Nagy as his head coach he was only at 5.7 Y/A prior to Sunday.So how bad does that make the 2-2 Buccaneers? Tampa has allowed 139 points this season, tied for the 24th-most through four games in NFL history. Despite a 2-0 start and all that crazy-efficient passing to open the season with Ryan Fitzpatrick — with wins over the Saints and Philadelphia Eagles — the Bucs look completely lost and a little hopeless after their loss to the Bears. I know that I’m telling Seattle folks to not be hopeless at 2-2 and Tampa Bay has the same record (with better wins), but two things:Getting blown out has been proven to be a higher indication of a bad team than many other highly-talked about reasons. They lost 48-10 to Chicago, a team that had scored just 40 points over their previous two games combined. The Seahawks have only been blown out twice under Pete Carroll since the middle of 2011. That still means something to me, even if I’m also prepared for it to happen again this week.The Bucs could have the worst pass defense in the NFL. You can have the worst rushing offense in the NFL and still get by YouthEarl Thomas III Jersey , but not the worst pass defense. It’s far too important. Oh, and Tampa Bay does rank 32nd in yards per carry, so they might hold both titles anyway. It doesn’t matter what Jameis Winston does, the Bucs’ pass defense is far too atrocious. I think other 2-2 teams also have issues. I still believe the New England Patriots could buckle at some point. This is not the same level of talent that Bill Belichick has had in the past. The LA Chargers are closer to being 0-4 than they are to being 4-0. The Eagles are overrated. That’s all I have to say about that.With that being said, where do I think the Seattle Seahawks rank among all 32 NFL teams? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the Seahawks gotta rank at least, like 20th, i think.You gotta see these teams ranked ahead of and behind them though.Chargers 24 Seahawks 14 - Winners and Losers from Seattle’s defeat vs. Los Angeles The Seattle Seahawks are 0-2 in preseason play for 2018, having lost 24-14 to the Los Angeles Chargers. This is obviously upsetting, disturbing, and makes you wonder if Seattle should tank meaningless. That doesn’t mean we can’t evaluate individual performances from starters, rookies, and roster hopefulsHere’s a quick rundown of my winners and losers from Saturday night in Southern California.WinnersRussell WilsonI didn’t really want to see Russ out there for a full half, but obviously Pete Carroll did, and Wilson finished 13/21 for 193 yards, with 150 of those coming on his first five completions. His deep ball was on point Womens Tyler Lockett Jersey , which was a pleasant sight. He had a couple of high throws but nothing too glaringly bad, and overall he was ... well, Russell Wilson. And that was without Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett.Jaron BrownWas that not encouraging to see? Brown is Seattle’s presumptive #3 wide receiver, and he hauled in both passes for 74 yards. I have no idea why his second catch was called defensive pass interference when it should’ve been a no-call, but nevertheless, he showed off his capabilities as a deep threat, and in limited preseason action has been a good target for Wilson.David MooreI don’t want to declare Moore as a certainty to make the team considering Kasen Williams tore it up last preseason, but they’ve raved about him in camp, and he had two catches for 71 yards, with the first one a spectacular grab in double coverage when I swear it was going to be picked off. Of course... that DB he beat was the same one Kasen styled on. I’m a little more confident Moore makes the team than when Williams failed to do so in 2017.Rasheem GreenGreen didn’t stand out as much early on as he did last week against the Colts, but he finished the game with 1.5 sacks and a nice tackle for loss on a shotgun run by Detrez Newsome. I’m excited about Rasheem Green, and so should you. Michael DicksonDickson had three punts and averaged 53.7 yards, including a 57-yard bomb that pinned the Chargers at their own 10-yard line. He absolutely looks the part of a future All-Pro punter, and I do not think I’m being hyperbolic. Seattle’s special teams has been more mediocre than good dating back to 2014, and punting has been part of the problem. I’m convinced he’s at least part of the solution.Alex McGoughThe QB competition got a bit more interesting , as McGough appeared much more comfortable this week than he did in his debut, going 9/12 for 97 yards, as well as his first touchdown pass, a nice lob to Malik Turner that pulled Seattle within 7 points in the 4th quarter.C.J. ProsiseThis is going to look somewhat silly considering Prosise had just 47 yards on 9 touches... but he didn’t get injured, and that’s genuinely a win right there given his history. “Ineffective but finished the game” is better than “Splash play and then he turns his ankle.”LosersGermain IfediI understand Seattle doesn’t have better options at right tackle at this point, but I struggle to see how Ifedi can seriously start a full season again. He was getting ripped apart in pass protection numerous times, including one that led to a sack on Russell Wilson. Melvin Ingram is a great pass rusher but Ifedi essentially turned him into Reggie White. The frustration is mounting, and Germain is obviously aware. I don’t see how Ifedi is getting better, but what can you do? Turn to George Fant? Willie Beavers hardly impressed in backup duty. It’s gonna be rough.Austin DavisA paltry 1-of-3 for 6 yards and a sack. He had zero first-downs. That was painful to watch.Jon RyanMichael Dickson’s first punt went for 55 yards and no gain thanks to an impressive hangtime and great play by Shaquem Griffin. Jon Ryan’s first punt went 57 yards, didn’t have Dickson’s hangtime, and JJ Jones raced past both Jacob Martin and Delano Hill for a really easy touchdown. Martin and Hill have to be better, but Ryan is the one whose job is really under threat, and that was rough to see.Delano HillThis is two weeks in a row that Hill has been at the center of a failure to make a critical 3rd down stop in late-game situations. Field Gulls’ own Matty F. Brown has the quick analysis on his failure to stop Detrez Newsome on his 31-yard scamper.Hill was also partially at fault on the punt return touchdown as mentioned before, and seems to be a liability in pass coverage. At this point, it is absolutely possible that the second-year man out of Michigan is in danger of not making the 53-man roster. Nothing he does stands out.Mike TysonHe looked lost in pass coverage and frankly doesn’t have the speed or awareness to be a cornerback. I would be surprised if he made the team. Will DisslyChris Carson had a touchdown taken away because of a block in the back penalty by the rookie TE. On the surface , it’s an incredible lame penalty call as it’s more of a light two-handed shove on Jatavis Brown. That said, the intent was obvious and not really smart football, and you’d like to see those mistakes cleaned up, especially since it cost the Seahawks an additional four points.Interior defensive lineSeattle’s run defense gave up 176 yards on 37 attempts. The interior of the Seahawks’ front four got pushed around at times, and also opened up huge holes for quarterbacks Geno Smith and Cardale Jones to escape pressure to gain some yards. It wasn’t an all-around bad day or anything, but definitely not a dominant night in the trenches for the Seahawks defense.San DiegoPoor San Diego. Curt Menefee and Brock Huard called the LA Chargers “San Diego” multiple times, then referee Tony Corrente did the same thing. I understand. It still feels weird saying Los Angeles Chargers.Winner and Loser at the same timeChris CarsonWow did Carson look powerful, determined, and showed great vision on his cuts and following his blockers. He had 9 carries for 34 yards, and had several impressive moments on Seattle’s first two drives, but he also had a touchdown taken away (through no fault of his own) and fumbled right at the goal line, so what could’ve been a great evening turned into a mixed evening for Carson.

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Good morning , and Merry Christmas GGN! Hope everyone’s been having a happy holiday season as said holidays start to wrap up. Week 16 is officially in the books, and the Jets will end their season in Foxboro against the Patriots. Darnold may be without two starting receivers this week, so surpassing last years’ win total doesn’t seem to be in the numbers. There’s plenty of links to get through, so if you need a getaway today we’ll have it here. With that said, here are your links to the Jets this Tuesday..Matt Stypulkoski - Jets' position-by-position report card after historically bad day for defense vs. PackersAnthony Talarico - Jets Report Card: Overtime collapse just what the doctor orderedSam Nuemann - Sam Darnold, Andre Roberts deliver some strange stats in Jets lossDan Graca - Snap Count Analysis: Which Jets Defenders Played All 91 Snaps vs. Green Bay?Ralph Vacchiano - To break cycle of mediocrity, Jets must surround Sam Darnold with starsDarryl Slater - After Sam Darnold’s best game yet, Jets pour on the praise: ‘This kid is going to be a star’Brian Costello - Sam Darnold can change Jets' offseason mindsetMark Cannizzaro - Sam Darnold delivered the Jets an invigorating glimpse of futureEthan Greenberg - Jets QB Sam Darnold: Wins and Losses Are Only Things That - Jets Head Coach Speaks with Reporters During a Conference Call Following the Packers GameRich Cimini - New York Jets' coach Todd Bowles says he won't worry about futureBrian Costello - Jets' Todd Bowles has no regrets about his referee bashingJohn Healy - Jets say 'no truth' to report of pursuing Jim Harbaugh as head coachDarryl Slater - Jets not interested in Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh Cheap Darron Lee Jersey , says Christopher Johnson | So who will replace Todd Bowles?Brian Costello - Jets’ Jim Harbaugh denial could mean three thingsRalph Vacchiano - Why Jets should be wary of pursuing Jim Harbaugh as next head coachGary Phillips - Maccagnan on board with Jim Harbaugh as Jets CEO vets Michigan coachSteve Serby - Lincoln Riley is the other college coach Jets need to pursueSpencer Aber - Jets injury report: Enunwa likely done, Kearse hurt AchillesMatt Stypulkoski - WATCH: Jets’ Trumaine Johnson’s performance should make Mike Maccagnan nervousTyler Calvaruso - Trumaine Johnson shows Jets’ culture hasn’t changed by ditching mediaRandy Lange - Jets KR Andre Roberts Isn't Too Old to Provide a Special SparkLorena Mongelli and Bruce Golding - Ex-Jets players visit family of National Guard vet who mysteriously died in - Holiday 40-Yard Stroll with Josh McCownSNY - New York sports: Rudolph or Grinch?Here are your missed connections from yesterday.Here’s the thread about nothing, take a glance if you have the chance.Hope you all have a great and fantastic day! Week 8 of the NFL season has the New York Jets coming off a lopsided home loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Losers of four of their last six games, the Jets look to claw their way back to .500 and on the periphery of the AFC playoffs race. Today the Jets face a tough Chicago Bears team on the road in adverse weather conditions, not the ideal way to search for a much needed win. The Bears come into the game tied for last place in the NFC North with a 3-3 record. On offense the Bears are led by second year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. After some struggles early on, Trubisky has been heating up, passing for 300+ yards in each of the last three games. On the season Trubisky has a good 13 to 6 touchdowns to interceptions ratio and a 97+ passer rating. Trubisky is supported by the backfield duo of Tarik Cohen and Jordan Howard.On defense the Bears revolve around All World pass rusher Khalil Mack. Mack has an ankle injury which might, if the Jets are fortunate James Carpenter Jersey , keep him out, or ineffective,for today’s game.The Jets come into the game hurting. Starting wide receivers Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson are out with injuries, as is starting running back Bilal Powell. The Jets will be forced to rely on a motley crew of offensive weapons which includes a pair of rookies in Trenton Cannon and Chris Herndon, along with disappointing wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and another wide receiver, Rishard Matthews, who was just signed off the street this week. It is not a promising group for Sam Darnold to lead on offense. On defense the Jets are also banged up, with starting safety Marcus Maye a game time decision Cheap Nathan Shepherd Jersey , #1 cornerback Trumaine Johnson likely out for the game and #2 cornerback Morris Claiborne a game time decision. This is no way to go into a tough road game, but such is life in the NFL.It’s the Jets and the Bears going at it on a wet, raw, blustery, windy day in Chicago. Leave your comments in the section cleverly marked “comments” below. Enjoy the game everybody.

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He is the pass catching back of this offense and arguably the number 2 receiver behind Cooks. He caught 8 balls for 50 yards and his by some chance the 49ers get ahead he should catch more. He’s not a strong start but if you need a flex fill he’s a nice option.Projection: 7 catches for 54 yards and 3 carries for 10 yardsRB Doug Martin, RaidersYes...I’m giving you both Raiders as potential options.Martin kinda broke out last week racking up 89 total yards. While Richard is the pass catching back, Martin is the back they use between the tackles. Gruden also said he is ready to be the feature back so this could be he game he explodes. We may be low balling Martin’s production so if you have to pick between Richard and Martin I’d go with Martin.Projection: 95 total yards and 1 rushing touchdownRB Matt Breida, 49ersTonight they ride Breida.The Oakland Raiders gave up 200 rushing yards and a touchdown last week to the Colts. So it is safe to say the are very bad against the run. Matt is the better running back on the 49ers as he out touched the rest 16-10. I think he goes off this week. Over one hundred total yards and a touchdown for sure. Projection: 91 rushing yards with 1 touchdown and 3 receptions for 12 yards on 18 touches WR Jordy Nelson, RaidersI was seriously considering sitting every wide receiver this game, but I couldn’t do that. I’m going out on a limb here and starting Jordy Nelson. He is a WR1 one with Amari Cooper gone and should see plenty of targets. I am concerned with Cook and Richard taking targets away but I’m thinking he scores this week. Projection: 5 receptions for 61 yards and 1 touchdownTE Jared Cook Logan Cooke Jersey , RaidersHe has been Carr’s number one guy. I was right on him last week and I am going to be right again this week. He is the go to guy and I expect another touchdown here. Projection: 7 receptions for 85 yards and 1 touchdownTE Goerge Kittle, 49ersYour best receiving options are both tight ends.He is been the lone bright spot on this passing offense. If they are going to move the ball they have to go through Kittle. He has been averaging 5 receptions over the last 6 games and I believe he gets that and then some. Unfortunately with C. J. not starting you may not see a touchdown.Projection:8 receptions for 75 yardsRaiders Defense The 49ers are starting Nick Mullens at QB. Projection: 10 points allowed, 3 turnovers, and 6 sacks K Daniel Carlson, RaidersI believe the Raiders will move the ball quite often giving Carlson plenty of chances to kick. The downer is there may not be many field goal attempts so consider him a borderline start.Projection: 1 for 1 on field goals and 4 for 4 on extra pointsSITWell, I was going to tell you to sit C. J. Beathard, but with the 49ers going with Nick Mullens (and the world said “who”) everything is obvious.RB Alfred Morris, 49ersHear me clearly. San Francisco will not rotate their backfield.Morris has practically vanished from this backfield. He lost the number two running back job to Mostert and only logged 6 carries for 28 yards last week. Despite having only seven fewer touches than Morris Authentic Keelan Cole Jersey , he is not worth even a bench stash let alone staring himProjection: 21 yards rushing on 5 attemptsWR Marquise Goodwin, 49ersI drafted Goodwin late with the hope that he would pair will with Jimmy G. So that worked out well.He has been boom and bust. I don’t like that risk with my receivers. I don’t want to have to resort to long touchdown receptions to get points. He is also going cup against a Raiders defense who haven’t allowed a single wide receiver to go over 100 yards. I’ll fade on him this week. Projection:4 receptions for 65 yardsWR Dante Pettis, 49ersI love his upside for the future, but he’s just coming off injury and he’s been a non-factor in the offense I firmly believe this offense is going to be all about running the ball and throwing to the tight end. Projection: 3 receptions for 35 yardsWR Seth Roberts, Raiders You would think his role would expand with Cooper heading to Dallas? Well that was wrong. He did get into the end zone last week but I’m not trusting him. Fade him this week until proven otherwise. Projection: 2 receptions for 19 yardsK Robbie Gould, 49ersInitially this was going to be a start, but with the mess at quarterback I really don’t see the 49ers doing much scoring.Projection: 1 for 1 on field goals and 1 for 1 extra pointsSan Francisco Defense You almost don’t know what to expect from the Raiders. They can score points, and then just vanish. I expect Carr and company to score some points tonight Womens Andrew Norwell Jersey , leaving the 49ers defense being a dud. Projection: 31 points allowed, 1 turnover, 2 sacksJacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans: Live blog regular season Week 3 The Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the Tennessee Titans today and it shouldn’t be close — which means it inevitably will be.In the past three years, the Titans have won four of six, including a home-and-away sweep last year. Marcus Mariota is still designated as “questionable” on the injury report and Blaine Gabbert will likely get the start and the Titans roster is half of what the Jaguars’ is, but... well, old wounds die hard and until the Jaguars can handle their business against the Titans they can’t.For those not attending, feel free to follow along and leave your comments below.How to watchNeed to find out how to watch Authentic Myles Jack Jersey , stream, or listen to today’s game? 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The Jacksonville Jaguars just lost one of the ugliest games I’ve seen in recent memory Cheap Ronnie Harrison Jersey , falling 9-6 to the Tennessee Titans at home. The defense was stifling — bending but not breaking and allowing just three field goals (and four attempts) in the entire game.Who stood out in the Week 3 matchup? In honor of the six points we scored, here are six players who did good (or bad) enough to make the list.1. Calais CampbellThe Jaguars got three sacks against Titans quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Marcus Mariota and Calais Campbell was responsible for two of them. The first one set the tone early in the first quarter that Campbell was going to play angry, bypassing the center completely and driving Gabbert into the dirt. The second came near the goal line in the third quarter as the Titans got one of their best chances to score a touchdown. Campbell just bulls his way through on third down, forcing the Titans to kick another field goal.2. Blake BortlesWe’ll start with the good and go next to the bad — Blake Bortles had a bad day. After dismantling the New England Patriots last week, Bortles looked hesitant to throw the ball, with his longest completion of the day being a pass that traveled just 10 yards in the air.The game plan — by all accounts including Bortles himself, the offensive coordinator, the film, and more — was very similar to last week against the Patriots. And that’s true. Much of Bortles’ yardage in games is yards after the catch, which is a fine game plan Cheap Telvin Smith Jersey , especially considering our roster, our quarterback’s strengths and weaknesses, and our lack of a true No. 1 receiver.But Bortles looked like he didn’t want to take any shots downfield even when the play called for it and receivers were in position.3. Logan CookeThis was a game that was going to be won in large part due to field position and the seventh round rookie did his part, with just one touchback in six punts. He finished with a 45.5 yard average on punts and had two downed inside the 20-yard line.4. Corey GrantIt’s apparent that Grant is a good player when you scheme him in the right situations, but he is not a true bell cow back. That’s not an indictment of him as a player — Grant is a great addition to this team and a player who is hard to stop if used correctly. But the Jaguars are gambling with their running back position and it worked in Week 2 and didn’t work in Week 3.5. Telvin SmithHis first quarter sack showed speed off the edge, awareness to get in the air to stop Gabbert’s attempt, and strength to get him down with just an arm tackle.He (again) led the team in tackles and he was everywhere on a banner day for the defense.6. Tashaun GipsonAfter shutting down Rob Gronkowski, the Jaguars secondary shut down the Titans quarterbacks for just 13 completions and 108 yards and Gipson was a big part of that, taking away a lot of the intermediate throws and only allowing a 5.1-yard average per attempt.7. Wiggle Man[TWEET NOT FOUND]I’m not going to overreact, but the Jaguars losing is 100 percent because Wiggle didn’t go to church before the game and tweet about it. The 2019 Senior Bowl really gets going on Tuesday with weigh-ins and then afternoon practices. The Jacksonville Jaguars are not coaching the South Team after what seemed like an eternity a few short seasons ago under Gus Bradley.The North Team will be coached by the Oakland Raiders and the South Team will be coached by the San Francisco 49ers.We’ll be doing live blogs to capture all the relevant Jaguars news Youth Leonard Fournette Jersey , meetings with players, and rumors throughout the week.Everything you need to knowNorth Team - Coached by the Oakland RaidersSouth Team - Coached by the San Francisco 49ersPlayers that the Jaguars could be interested in.TV time, how to watch, and more.Live blog9:59 PM: As Zach said, meeting with an Ohio State wide receiver is about more than looking for another receiver — this is where you get to speak with teammates of a highly touted quarterback and learn more about him without him actually being here.7:55 PM: LSU tight end Lester Moreau is big and he can catch — would love to see the Jaguars increase their options in the red zone and on short yardage situations.5:53 PM: Hello,,,5:37 PM: Daniel Jones has been up and down from all reports out of practice, but this is a beauty of a throw.5:22 PM: Another interior offensive lineman is meeting with the Jaguars, this time Wisconsin right guard Beau Benzschawel. I would think A.J. Cann is going to be looking for a job come this offseason.2:55 PM: Come on down Cheap Leonard Fournette Jersey , Will Grier!1:52 PM: WE HAVE A JAGUARS INTERVIEW! Kansas State offensive lineman Dalton Risner can play all three positions along the offensive line. I don’t doubt that Jacksonville has interest.1:36 PM: The Jaguars have features on Daniel Jones and Drew Lock up from Day 1. It begins.1:21 PM: Interior offensive lineman from Boston College? Watch for Chris Lindstrom to be linked to the Jaguars as the NFL Draft approaches.10:12 AM: Football guy.10:05 AM: An experienced offensive lineman who can play center, guard, and tackle? Dalton Risner is on the Jaguars’ radar, I’d bet.9:18 AM: Jesus, Mary, and Joseph... Tyree Jackson is a #large individual and I would not be mad at all with the Jaguars taking him at the top of the third round.9:17 AM: Oli Udoh earned an invite to the Senior Bowl after a good week of practice last week at the East-West Shrine game. 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Hancock said in January that several factors could have contributed to the ratings drop and gave no indication the commissioners were ready to change course.The first College Football Playoff after the 2014 season drew record television ratings for ESPN. The first game, the Rose Bowl, kicked off around 5:30 p.m. ET. Last year was the first of a scheduled eight times during a 12-year contract with ESPN that the semifinals were to be played on New Years Eve, which fell on a Thursday.The Orange Bowl between Clemson and Oklahoma started around 4:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. Central in Oklahoma), when many people are still at work on what is not a federal holiday.The playoff semifinals are on New Years Eve again this season, but Dec. 31, 2016, falls on a Saturday. The semifinals return to New Years Day after the 2017 season (Jan. 1, 2018).We are in constant communication with our partners at the College Football Playoff. 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Lionel Messi scored his 500th career goal when he netted in Barcelonas 2-1 defeat by Valencia on Sunday. Wholesale Air Force Ones . The Argentine tapped home the landmark goal from Jordi Albas cross midway through the second half at the Nou Camp, although it wasnt enough to prevent a third consecutive loss for Luis Enriques side.Messis strike ended a rare personal drought of four games without a goal, but it was still his 26th in 28 games in 2016. His overall tally includes an astonishing total of 450 goals in 525 appearances since breaking into Barcelonas first team back in 2004, with the remaining 50 coming in 107 games for Argentina. We look back at 10 of Lionel Messis best goals for Barcelona The 28-year-olds most prolific season came in 2011/12, when he netted a jaw-dropping 82 times for club and country, and he has surpassed the 60-mark in two of the last three campaigns.Messi is Barcelonas all-time leading scorer, and he also tops the charts in La Liga history, with 309 goals putting him well ahead of Real Madrids Cristiano Ronaldo on 256. Messi will be aiming to add to his tally when Barcelona bid to get their La Liga title charge back on track against Deportivo La Coruna live on Sky Sports 3 HD on Wednesday evening.Here, we break down the numbers behind his stunning scoring record… Also See: La Liga title race back on Barca slip to shock defeat Nike Air Force 1 Australia Cheap . Bryzgalov stopped 25 shots on Saturday in the Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat. The Oilers signed Bryzgalov to a one-year $2 million contract last Friday after shedding payroll by dealing defenceman Ladislav Smid to the Flames. Nike Air Force 1 Australia Mens . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. .7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. SEATTLE -- Matt Ryan dissected the best defense in the NFL for 15 memorable minutes. Richard Sherman unloaded on his teammates with an intense sideline tirade rarely seen in public. And Russell Wilson led another fourth-quarter comeback.Eventful would be one way to describe Seattles 26-24 win over Atlanta on Sunday.But it was also validating. At this point of the season, the Falcons and Seahawks are clearly among the handful of contenders in the NFC.Yes, both have flaws that were displayed at times in Seattles win. Both also showed they have the ability to overcome them.I like where our team identity is now, so badly that I want the identity to happen right away, Atlanta coach Dan Quinn said. Its growing stronger, that toughness, that resolve where we can attack in all three phases. That identity, I am pleased we are starting to become.That sounds like something Seattle coach Pete Carroll might say . But the Seahawks identity has been proven over time and was shown once again against the Falcons. Wilson led Seattle on a 70-yard touchdown drive midway through the fourth quarter to pull within 24-23. Then it was Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas teaming up to intercept a pass that slipped through Julio Jones fingers and set up Steven Hauschkas 45-yard field goal that proved the game-winner.The victory was Wilsons 20th fourth quarter or overtime comeback. Seattles been down the path of being in close games in the fourth quarter against good teams and finding a way to pull out a win beginning in Wilsons rookie season. Sunday was the second time in five games this season Wilson led the Seahawks to a go-ahead score in the final 2 minutes.That would seem to be the next step for the Falcons to learn.We had a really nice first half. Then came back when we needed to in the fourth quarter to get the stops we needed to get it done, and we made the one kick we needed to make, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Very difficult game. Dans team is playing like crazy. They were hard to beat today.Heres what else to know from Seattles victory:RIPPING RYAN: Ryans third quarter was stunning. He was 13 of 17 for 220 yards and three TDs. Ryan found Jones for a 36-yard score on the first drive of thee second half; found Mohamed Sanu on a 10-yard TD; and later connected with Levine Toilolo on a 46-yarder as the Falcons rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to lead 24-17 going to the fourth quarter. Nike Air Force 1 Cheap Outlet. They started making catches, started making deep throws and they made some good plays you have to give them that. Thats a real good team over there, Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner said.HERES JIMMY (AGAIN): Jimmy Graham continues to show his importance to Seattles offense.Graham finished with six catches for 89 yards, his third straight game with six receptions. He nearly became the first player in team history to top 100 yards receiving in three straight games, but fell just short.Its the first time Graham has caught five or more passes in three straight games since early in the 2014 season, when he was still in New Orleans. And he has discovered a rhythm with Wilson that hasnt required the throws to be forced.He just believes it. He puts that back foot in the ground and just lets it go, Graham said. Its just going to get better and better for the whole offense, for all of us.RUNNING NOWHERE: While Ryan had a big day throwing the ball, Atlantas run game had no success.Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combined for 52 yards rushing and averaged just 2.9 yards per carry. Freeman had 40 yards on 12 carries, but that included an 18-yard run.Perhaps more important, Seattle didnt allow the duo to be part of the passing game. Freeman had three catches for 10 yards and Coleman one reception for 7 yards. A week ago, Coleman had four catches for 132 yards and a touchdown against Denver.NO FLAG: Atlanta probably has a right to be upset with the decision not to flag Sherman for pass interference on its final offensive play. Replays showed Sherman clearly pulling at Jones arm on the deep throw before the ball arrived. The Falcons sideline screamed begging for a call, but no flag ever appeared.Sherman did not believe he got away with one.No. I felt like we won the ballgame, he said.---AP NFL website: and ' ' '

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Hes been largely reduced to pinch hitting behind a set outfield and singled in that role on Friday.Suzuki also walked, scored a run and came up just short on his bid to beat out an infield hit. All of that in wilting, 93-degree heat for a player whod been 3 for 11 in July.Giancarlo Stantons second double of the game drove in the go-ahead run in a two-run seventh against Jonathan Broxton (1-2).Christian Yelich had two hits and three RBI and Jeff Mathis bunted home a hit for Miami, which took two of three for just its second series win the last seven years in St. Louis.Kyle Barraclough (5-2) had three strikeouts in 1 2/3 perfect relief innings and A.J. Ramos earned his 29th save in 30 chances. The bullpen worked 3 2/3 hitless innings after finishing with two spotless frames in a 5-0 loss Saturday.The Marlins have won five of six overall and are seven games above .500, matching their high water mark of the season.Marlins starter Adam Conley matched his career high with nine strikeouts, giving up two earned runs in 5 1/3 innings.TRAINERS ROOMCardinals: 1B-OF Brandon Moss (ankle) is making slow progress and is still in a walking boot.UP NEXTMarlins: Jose Fernandez (11-4, 2.52) works the opener of a four-game series at Philadelphia. Shoes Clearance UK . Aduriz headed home Markel Susaetas cross in the sixth minute to open the scoring at San Mames Stadium. He bettered that with a long-range blast that went in off the goal frame in the 18th, and converted a penalty in the 72nd after Diego Mainz was sent off for fouling Aduriz with only the goalkeeper to beat. Shoes UK Online Shop Cheap . 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Lopez Azcuy, Cuba; Hassan Yazdani, Iran86 kgGold: Abdulrashid Sadulaev, RussiaSilver: Reineris Salas Perez, CubaBronze: Selim Yasar, Turkey; JDen Cox, United States97 kgGold: Kyle Snyder, United StatesSilver: Anzor Boltukaev, RussiaBronze: Elizbar Odikadze, Georgia; Reza Yazdani, Iran125 kgGold: Bilyal Makhov, RussiaSilver: Geno Petriashvili, GeorgiaBronze: Taha Akgul, Turkey; Komeil Ghasemi, Iran---This story has been corrected to show that William Malel Sitonik is from Kenya not Ethiopia. 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Although 14 of his players have been suspended, Charleston Southern football coach Jamey Chadwell said Friday that his team will be fine and will have a full travel squad available for Saturdays game against No. 3 Florida State.The players were suspended for spending scholarship money allocated for books on other items, the school announced Friday. Charleston Southern self-reported the financial aid violations to the NCAA.Obviously, were missing some people that are some good players for us, Chadwell told local television station WCIV before boarding a bus headed to Tallahassee, Florida. The guys that were taking down there played and have helped us win before. Theres going to be some new guys. Obviously its not the situation you want to go in with a No. 3 or 4 team in the country. ... Well go in there and play. I think well be fine.In total, 32 football players must serve a one-game suspension. The suspensions will be staggered over the first two weeks of the season and two additional players will serve their suspensions at a later date, the school announced.Under NCAA rules, student-athletes may purchase books and school supplies with the financial aid provided to them to purchase books. Other items cannot be covered by that financial aid.CSU is continuing an internal review of possible NCAA rules violations within the athletics program, a statement from the school read. The university is working with the NCAA, the Big South Conference and an outside consultant during the process.WCIV reported that Charleston Southern will be missing 14 to 15 players on Saturday. The players were suspended for spending scholarship money allocated for books on other items, a source told ESPNs Brett McMurphy.Florida State paid Charleston Southern $475,000 for the game.Charleston Southern senior running back Ben Robinson posted Thursday on Facebook: So basically about 30+ players on my team including me have been suspended for using book money to buy other things in the book store like pencils, binders, and electronics, out of our school bookstore. We would have leftover book money and the workers in the bookstore advised us to spend the money because we would not get it back, so we did.Chadwell told WCIV that he was unaware until Friday morning about the attention Robinsons Facebook post, and social media posts from other players, had received.Its obviously taken the country by storm, it seems, he said. Its unfortunate because I think it puts the focus on some other things instead of the good things that our team is doing and that our university is doing for us. But well get through it. And, hopefully, well represent ourself well on Saturday and try to regroup and get over this.When asked what he would tell his team about speaking out via social media, Chadwell said: We need to keep everything were dealing with in-house and protect our team. Thats what I tell our guys. No matter what you do, always protect your team. You can have a voice but just make sure youre reasonable with what youre saying.I always try to shed us in a positive light and not a negative. I think there were some good positive stuff that came out last night, but there were some negative things that didnt need to. Well work through that.Charleston Southern athletic director Hank Small announced last week that Chadwell and an unnamed assistant would serve a one-game suspension and several players would be held out against Kentucky State due to potential NCAA violations.Chadwells suspension was not related to the misuse of scholarship money, but because of the use of social media for recruiting.ESPNs Brett McMurphy contributed to this report. ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands -- Creighton jumped on Washington State early and the Cougars could never recover.But the Bluejays confidence is still showing, especially after their 103-77 victory over Washington State on Friday in the opening round of the Paradise Jam tournament.Huff scored 19 points, Marcus Foster added 16 points and Justin Patton 10 for Creighton (3-0), which took command early in leading by as many as 34 points against the overmatched Cougars (2-1).Our confidence is sky high, but what weve done in these first three games, weve got to put that behind us now, Huff said. Were just going to have to focus on our game plan, and see if we can get another win (Sunday).Conor Clifford scored 29 points, Ike Iroegbu and Charles Callison had 11 each, and Josh Hawkinson added 10 for Washington State (2-1).Creighton led from the outset, going up by double figures less than seven minutes into the first half en route to a 60-34 halftime lead.I liked the way our starters set the tone, Bluejays coach Greg McDermott said. Our pace was good early, which is always good to see, and then the guys coming off the bench gave us a lift. Theres a lot of positives from tonight.Creighton took its biggest lead midway through the second half, going up 80-46 on Tyler Clements layup with 13:30 remaining.The Bluejays would then break the 100-point mark for the first time this season with 1:50 left on Ronnie Harrell Jr.s jumper.They were just relentless in their pursuit, Washington State coach Ernie Kent said. Theyre good. That is a very good basketball team. Their ability to run, their ability to shoot, their ability of their biigs to get up and down, thats a good team.ddddddddddddBIG PICTUREWashington State: Turnovers were a problem for the Cougars. After giving up 16 total in their first two games, they had 16 Friday, leading to 23 points for Creighton.Creighton: Its a good start for the Bluejays, who are trying to win their fourth regular-season tournament title under McDermott. They also won tournaments in 2011, 2012 and 2015.STAT SHEETWashington State: Not a bad night, shooting 46.9 percent from the field (30 of 64). But the Cougars made just 3 of 9 3-pointers, and were outrebounded 39-33.Creighton: Easily had its best shooting game this season -- 56.3 percent from the field (40 of 71), and hit a season-best 15 of 27 3-pointers.RUN AND GUNThanks to the turnovers, Creighton was able to get its fast break going against Washington State, outscoring the Cougars 19-6.STAT OF THE NIGHTIt comes from Creighton point guard Maurice Watson Jr. While Watson was held to seven points (10 points below his season average), he added a season-best 13 assists. To put that in perspective, Watson had more assists than Washington State had as a team (12).POLL IMPLICATIONSCreightons first triple-digit game of the season, coming right after knocking off No. 9 Wisconsin by 12 points three days ago, cant do anything but help the Bluejays move up the Top 25.UP NEXTWashington State: Plays Montana at 7 p.m. Saturday in a consolation round game.Creighton: Gets Saturday off, then faces N.C. State in a semifinal game at 9:30 p.m. Sunday. ' ' '

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