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Top prospect to watch:The obvious top prospect to watch is South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney and how he fares against Tennessee left tackle Antonio Richardson. As SB Nation’s Steven Godfrey found, Tennessee is trying to underscore the matchup despite Richardson getting the better of Clowney a season ago. If you’re down on Clowney, don’t look at the Cheap NFL Jerseys China stat line. Look at how fast he’s getting off the line and into opposing backfields. If you haven’t read it yet, Josh Norris of Rotoworld has a great breakdown on that ideal right here.

Keep an eye on: As much attention as Richardson will get, Tennessee’s tackle opposite him, Ju’Wuan James, will see Clowney plenty. James may exclusively be a right tackle prospect, but he’s a solid one. He’s not flashy or overly athletic, but he’s reliable.

More to watch: Tennessee running back Rajion Neal doesn’t garner a lot of headlines, but he’s a solid running back. He had a good game against Georgia on Oct. 5 rushing for 148 yards and two touchdowns largely due to his effort. South Carolina left tackle Corey Robinson is starting to gain some attention. At 6-foot-8 and 341 pounds, he’s one of the bigger offensive linemen in the nation. He’s coming off a good game against Arkansas.

No team seems to do more with less every season. Sure, Tom Brady might be the best quarterback of all-time, but outside of him this team does not have one Pro Bowler on offense at any skill position this year. The Patriots have been running out all sorts of young kids who have struggled so far at the receiver position, from Aaron Dobson to Kenbrell Thompkins, but Cheap Authentic Jerseys From China New England has made it work.

Part of the Patriots success goes back to an underrated defense that has also fought through the Wilfork injury. New England is only 14th in yards-per-game allowed, but is tough against the pass, giving up only 228.8 yards. It is also a unit that has been opportunistic, earning 12 takeaways.

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There wasn’t much complexity to the routes Smith was running, but the Rams had were unwilling to adjust after they pulled Johnson out of coverage in the first quarter.

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This is a case where safety coverage would have really helped, but there was nobody available as the Rams chose to play one-deep. St. Louis chose to follow a model that hurt the Giants and Vikings in their losses.

After a fast start to the season, the Titans have now lost three in a row. Sure, Mike Munchak’s crew — the Munch Bunch? — played Kansas City and Seattle closer, but even close losses add up. Jake Locker probably could have used another week of rest, especially with the bye in Week 8.

The jump from Mark Sanchez to Geno Smith Cheap Authentic Jerseys must feel like liberation, from a cell block to a Parisian burlesque. And Geno is prone to some up and down play. Last week it was down; this week it was up. He threw for 233 yards and one touchdown. He also added a score on the ground, but he needs to work on that spike. Genofailspike_medium

Beating a confused Buccaneers team was a nice way for the Falcons to come out of a bye week. Atlanta’s start to the season is still going to make it next to impossible to catch the Saints in the NFC South, and a wild card spot isn’t very realistic either. However, the Falcons should still be a competitive team, just prone to the occasional drubbing.

I don’t know about mixing Bryant McKinnie back in with the city of Miami. But it would be hard to have pass protection much worse that Miami’s right now. At one point it looked like Mario Williams would disembowel Ryan Tannehill on Sunday. He was sacked twice, hit seven and hurried another 14 times. That can’t keep happening.

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The AFC South suffered two major losses in Week 7. The Texans and Colts both lost Pro Bowl players that are well-respected members of their respective locker rooms. The Jaguars and Titans, however, were able to stay relatively-injury free.

I don’t understand how the Colts lost games to the Chargers and the Dolphins, but walked away with wins against San Francisco, Seattle and dethroned the undefeated Broncos. I’m sure someone somewhere has some hot takes. Apparently, confused identities are a thing this year. Last season, it was Bruce Arians Cheap Jerseys Soccer and the seven-step drop of death. This year, it’s Pep Hamilton taking the ball out of Andrew Luck’s hands to push the power run. But Sunday night they let Luck be Luck again. And, as noted by Bill Barnwell at Grantland, those first half drives that had Luck doing most of the work accounted for 24 points.

Back during my playing days Herm Edwards was our defensive backs coach with the Bucs for a time, and he would give us motivational speeches from time to time. I can’t remember the whole thing but I do remember him giving one of those fire and brimstone speeches and saying that he wanted our defense to attack Cheap Jerseys Soccer China like a “ball of butcher knives.” That was quite the colorful turn of phrase and for some reason it always stuck with me.

No matter, the Dolphins’ Hail Mary attempt with no time left on the clock did not make it into and of their wide receivers’ hands. And so they lost a game right at the end that they had a very good chance to win.

There are no guarantees that the Dolphins could have run the ball to get a first down or two and get into field goal position. And yes a one-point lead isn’t exactly something to hang your hat on. But had they run the clock down and punted I would have put my money on the Dolphins’ defense holding the Bills, who were once again starting a backup quarterback, instead of betting on my right tackle’s ability to block Mario Williams on a pass play.

The NFL Combine’s most persuasive prospects

Each NFL team has completed its annual trek to Indianapolis for the scouting Combine. Each team tested, timed, probed and found a few players who surprised. But in most instances, the Combine was a check mark. It has become an exercise in confirmation.

There is no supplanting a player’s game film.

The Vikings released a statement of their own shortly after the NFL announced it would challenge Judge Doty’s decision:

“Adrian Peterson is an important member of the Minnesota Vikings, and our focus remains on welcoming him back when he is able to rejoin our organization. Today’s ruling leaves Adrian’s status under the control of the NFL, the NFLPA and the legal system, and we will have no further comment at this time.”

The NFLPA is pleased with the result, with executive director DeMaurice Smith stating that it is an example of why neutral arbitration is important:

“This is a victory for the rule of law, due process and fairness. Our collective bargaining agreement has rules for implementation of the personal conduct policy and when those rules are violated, our union always stands up to protect our players’ rights. This is yet another example why neutral arbitration is good for our players, good for the owners and good for our game.”

Peterson was initially suspended after pleading no contest to misdemeanor assault charges. Under the terms of the suspension, Peterson would not be permitted to file for reinstatement until April 15, effectively sidelining him for the entirety on this season.

Brandon Marshall: Matt Forte is NFL’s ‘best all-around’ running back

And while no one questions how good Forte has been, it’s certainly fair to wonder what type of player he’ll be now that he’s on the wrong side of 30. Running back is a young man’s position and players like Rawls, Le’Veon Bell and Todd Gurley are on the top of most folks’ (us included) “best all-around” lists.

Of course, the Jets have much bigger issues than a player entering his ninth season. Primary among them: Settling the quarterback position. Yes, Geno Smith technically is an option, and the team did use a second-round pick on Christian Hackenberg, but the ideal scenario involves re-signing Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has said that he’d rather sit on his couch than play for the paltry $8 million the Jets are offering him.

Whoever ends up under center, Forte will provide the offense with another weapon to go along with Marshall, Eric Decker and former second-rounders Devin Smith andJace Amaro. As always, whether it’ll be enough to unseat the Patriots in the division remains to be seen.

Before Ed O’Neill was Sofía Vergara’s husband on Modern Family, and decades before that, shoe salesman Al Bundy on Married with Children, he was a football player. O’Neill, who played at Youngstown State, was even good enough to sign a professional contract.

And in a recent Q&A, Steelers.com’s Bob Labriola talked about O’Neill’s very brief career in Pittsburgh.

“O’Neill was a defensive lineman during his college days at Youngstown State, and the Steelers signed him as an undrafted rookie free agent in 1969,” Labriola wrote. “But alas, he was waived during training camp, maybe because he was unable to replicate Al Bundy’s glory days at Polk High School …”

The Double-A Binghamton Mets will have a new nickname next season. The team will remain in Binghamton — there had been rumblings they would relocate — but they will no longer be known as the Mets. Fans were able to submit suggestions for the name change over the last few weeks.

Hey, adults who fight over baseballs in the crowd on a regular basis, maybe take a page from these two families and live together in a society?

Nah, that’s probably too much to ask. Regardless, great moment in Oakland.

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Yankees’ Luis Severino heading to 15-day DL with triceps strain

Severino, 22, dropped to 0-6 with a 7.46 ERA on the season with Friday’s pounding. There had been talk the Yankees would send him to Triple-A. Last season Severino went 5-3 with a 2.89 ERA in 11 starts, his MLB debut.

The Yankees have not announced who will replace Severino in the rotation. They are already without CC Sabathia, who is on the DL himself with a groin strain.

I feel like this is generally the time of year when I start to get a handle on which teams I might like in the upcoming season. The draft is a few weeks back, rosters start to settle, there is little meat remaining on the free agent bone and the schedules are out.

We don’t yet know which teams will be crushed by unavoidable injuries. We don’t know which undrafted free agents will become impact players. We don’t know which third-year players will get over the hump and turn into regular contributors. And we don’t know which quarterbacks will emerge as legit guys you can build around. But we do have a good idea of which teams seem to have amassed a surplus of talent and seem fortified to withstand the onslaught of inevitable turmoil yet to come.

Maeda, for his part, did say he plans to throw his fastball more going forward, so it’ll be interesting to see what kind of difference that adjustment makes. His first four starts being what they were, you obviously want to stick it out with him.

He wasn’t really the headliner for the Dodgers on Monday, though. No, that honor went to a platoon outfielder whose brother is more famous than he is.
1. Big bats finding bigger roles

I’m referring, of course, to Trayce Thompson, brother to Steph Curry partner-in-crime Klay Thompson, who went yard twice in a spot start for Yasiel Puig.

Steve Pearce is a different story. I touched on him last week, but between the Rays’ willingness to play him at second base and Forsythe’s shoulder injury, Pearce is now almost guaranteed to play every day. And with six home runs now in 80 at-bats, he’s looking much like the slugger who produced a .930 OPS in a semi-regular role two years ago. He’s also just a game away from gaining eligibility at second base and, after shifting to third base late Monday, is only three games away from gaining eligibility at that position.

That’s quadruple eligibility, possibly, for a player with verified middle-of-the-order power who’s striking out at much lower rate than during his disappointing 2015. With so many hitter spots to fill in a standard Rotisserie league, I don’t know how someone so versatile and so potentially productive can go unowned. And yet he is in 80 percent of CBSSports.com leagues.
2. Rookie reversal

One turn after Sean Manaea imploded for eight earned runs in 2 2/3 innings, Jose Berrios got his rude awakening Monday at Detroit, allowing seven earned runs in just two-thirds of an inning with four walks and one strikeout.

Thomas is a fun one there, as the conversation regarding the greatest DH of all-time should contain both Thomas and Ortiz along with Edgar Martinez and Jim Thome. Sixteenth place, for those curious, is Mike Schmidt with 548. Ortiz would need a 45-homer season to get there and that’s not happening — though, boy, would that be something.

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Jordan Howard stays true to UAB roots

But the powerfully built tailback openly represents UAB, the school he attended from 2013-14 before the university pulled the plug on the football program.

Howard met the Chicago media on Friday decked out in UAB shorts and with a #FreeUAB green bracelet around his right wrist.

During a brief question and answer session following Day 1 of rookie minicamp, the first-year running back bitterly recalled UAB’s decision to cancel the 2015 season, which forced him to relocate to Indiana.

“I already had a big chip on my shoulder because UAB was my only offer coming out of high school,” Howard said. “It just made my chip even bigger. But I definitely wanted to play well for UAB and put on for UAB because their program shut down. They just took it from us like it was nothing.”

“I played every game with the bracelet. I don’t take it off.”

It was in Toronto during a frigid All-Star Weekend where Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat first learned he had a medical issue that would end up sidelining him for the rest of the season. And it was in Toronto on Sunday where their season ended, bringing the pending outcome of an unfortunate situation to the organization’s forefront.

Bautista and Odor were ejected after the brawl, as were Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson and Texas bench coach Steve Buechele.

Umpires needed about 10 minutes to restore order, and Blue Jays reliever Jesse Chavez hit Prince Fielder with the next pitch when the game resumed, which caused both teams to leave their dugouts again, though this time no punches were thrown.

This would allow the organization to replace Bosh when his contract hypothetically comes off in the summer of 2017.

It’s a terrible situation to be in, but one the Heat have to responsibly investigate with Bosh as the summer unfolds.

If Bosh were to be cleared by Heat doctors and he had a recurrence of his condition, it would not only be potentially life-threatening but also reset the clock on the yearlong medical retirement process. Already, this appears like it may negatively impact three seasons and another setback could make it worse, not to mention the unthinkable issue of Bosh’s health possibly being at risk.

Before the finale of the three-game series between the teams on Sunday, Cubs manager Joe Maddon addressed the comments made by Pirates pitcher Jeff Locke that “anytime somebody like Arrieta hits somebody, you’ve got to assume automatically that one didn’t just get away.”

“I think Jake walked Locke on four consecutive pitches,” Maddon said. “I really don’t think that Jake was pitching around Locke. My point is, it can happen at any time, that a really exceptional pitcher can lose command of his pitches.

Will Ferrell to Play in 5 MLB Spring Training Games

Starting times for four of the games were adjusted to make Ferrell’s barnstorming tour possible.

Memorabilia collected during Ferrell’s tour will be auctioned off at MLB.com, with proceeds going to College of Cancer and Stand Up to Cancer, according to HBO.

“Will is a big fan of our game,” MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement, “and many of us in baseball — among our clubs, players and our millions of fans — are big fans of his. Major League Baseball is happy to take part in what will surely be a fun and memorable day for a great cause.”

Ferrell is to appear in the following games: Seattle Mariners-Oakland Athletics to start at 12:05 p.m. PDT; Chicago Cubs-Los Angeles Angels at 1:10 p.m.; Cincinnati Reds-Arizona Diamondbacks at 2:10 p.m., San Francisco Giants-Chicago White Sox at 4:05 p.m.; and Los Angeles Dodgers-San Diego Padres at 6:15 p.m.

“This latest collaboration is one of those things only Will could pull off,” Michael Lombardo, HBO’s president for programming, said in a news release. “I can’t wait to see him take the field.”

This is not Ferrell’s first foray into the game.

In 2012, he and Zach Galifianakis, promoting their movie “The Campaign,” threw out the first pitch at a Chicago Cubs game.

And in 2010, he pitched — sort of — for Houston’s Triple-A club, the Round Rock Express, in a game against Nashville. Wearing a mustache in the guise of “Rojo Johnson,” a temperamental Venezuelan player, he threw one pitch behind a batter and was ejected. He ripped off the mustache as he left the field.

“Nashville’s got good stuff,” he said afterward. “They’ve got a lot of moxie.”

It gives a hint of what Major League Baseball is in for on Thursday.

He also wore purple cleats last year during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is October, but did not receive fines. NFL Network reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala noted that the cleats Gay wore are the official team cleats for the Minnesota Vikings, but it’s a violation for a Steeler to wear them as part of his uniform.

“I think we all know why I wore the purple cleats,” Gay told ESPN. He says he won’t appeal the fine.

Then, the Jazz put together an in-arena video prior to introducing Bryant one last time, and the video captured the essence of rooting against a player that would simply not be denied. The tribute featured Utah Jazz fans sharing their admiration for the NBA superstar in his 20th and final season.

At one point, a fan shares that he grew up wearing his John Stockton jersey practicing his “Kobe fadeaway” in his driveway. Another fan likened Bryant to the Joker character in Batman, as played by Heath Ledger.

Unlike Others, Super Bowl Coaches Avoiding Second-Guessing

Even individuals NFL coaches who are, in idea, the extremely very best all around have been creating some conclusions this postseason that manufactured folks jump up from their couches and scream “Why?!”

Ron Rivera of the Carolina Panthers and Gary Kubiak of the Denver Broncos surely hope to avoid that in the Super Bowl.

Then again, given the way they have managed things so significantly this time, there is minor purpose to suspect they’re going to make a unforgettable gaffe on the sport’s most critical phase subsequent weekend.

Kubiak is only the seventh coach to go to the large game in his 1st time with a team, managing the “Ought to the QB be an ineffective Peyton Manning or an inexperienced Brock Osweiler?” scenario with aplomb for months.

Rivera, who some considered was near to currently being fired not as well lengthy ago, has pulled all the proper strings in guiding the Panthers to a seventeen-one report and part of favored on Super Sunday.

“When you’ve got only missing a single game, you happen to be almost certainly generating some rather very good decisions,” previous NFL participant and head mentor Herm Edwards explained with a chuckle. “If you win the game, you are not likely to be second-guessed as a lot.”

Makes sense. But get a glance at social media during any NFL playoff recreation, and there is loads of questioning of coaching going on.

It truly is transpired in excess of and more than, even from the likes of the sport’s universally acknowledged “genius,” Invoice Belichick, whose New England Patriots dropped to Kubiak’s Broncos twenty-eighteen in the AFC championship sport. Belichick drew his share of criticism for passing up subject-objective options in the fourth quarter and as an alternative permitting Tom Brady and the offense go for it on fourth down — and failing.

“You search at that circumstance and you go, ‘Well, Alright, if you kicked the (earlier) 1, then he probably would have gained the recreation.’ That is simple to say following the truth,” Edwards mentioned. “But he set the ball in the hands of his very best player, and in that recreation, I think he just felt: ‘Got ’em on the ropes correct now, we’re heading to consider to make it.'”

There certain is much more temptation for hindsight when the final consequence will not go a coach’s way, of training course.

Kansas City Chiefs mentor Andy Reid was lambasted for overseeing a gradual-as-molasses offense that fundamentally gave alone no likelihood to erase a fourth-quarter deficit in a 27-20 loss to the Patriots in the divisional round.

An additional instance arrived correct at the start of the postseason, when the Houston Texans have been even now dealing with only a surmountable deficit in what would turn out to be a 30- wild-card loss to these Chiefs.

Down close to the stop zone, Invoice O’Brien’s club sent in J.J. Watt for a wildcat development, with Vince Wilfork blocking, and the operate perform acquired stuffed. On the up coming engage in, the Chiefs intercepted Brian Hoyer, and that was that.

Then there was Arizona Cardinals mentor Bruce Arians’ choice to enjoy a include-zero protection and deliver an all-out blitz on the very last perform of regulation in opposition to the Eco-friendly Bay Packers as everyone knows, Aaron Rodgers took benefit of that method by throwing a desperation move for a tying touchdown. At the very least Arians’ team gained 26-20 in extra time.

Clock management, timeout use, no matter whether to attempt to operate the ball late whilst foremost to drain time off the clock as an alternative of jeopardizing stopping it with an incomplete move — all of those types of decisions go into coaching a winning crew.

And all can give rise to undesirable-mouthing.

“That is component of the game. Element of the work. Absolutely everyone has an view,” said Edwards, who created a whole of 4 excursions to the playoffs during stints coaching the New York Jets and the Chiefs from 2001-08.

“You do not get caught up as a lot in that as a coach. As that game’s being played out, you determine out what your strengths are when you have to make choices. You will not count on what folks believe you ought to do, and the gamers comprehend that. They trust you.”

Other than what could have been a disastrous 2nd fifty percent in the divisional round towards the Seattle Seahawks, when a 31- halftime direct dwindled to 31-24, Rivera has typically averted getting referred to as out for sideline errors.

And Kubiak receives credit rating for overseeing a group that has gained eleven of its fourteen online games this period that had been decided by seven or fewer factors.

“You will find a purpose to every little thing he does, and there’s a cause to almost everything he does. He just doesn’t do items to do issues,” mentioned John Elway, Kubiak’s manager with the Broncos. “And as a participant, you regard that, and I revered that. That, to me, is why he is been productive.”

Jonathan Toews Reaches 250 Goal Plateau Tuesday

During the Chicago Blackhawks’ game against the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night, team captain Jonathan Toews reached a very special milestone that no Hawks player has reached in 15 years.

With his first period goal, Toews became Blackhawks player to reach 250 goals with the organization since Tony Amonte reached that milestone in 2001 . The goal, a shorthanded tally in the first period, puts Toews just two goals behind Kenny Wharram for ninth place on the team’s all-time scoring list.

Things got off to a sluggish start for both teams, but the Blackhawks were able to draw first blood in the contest. Following a mad netfront scramble, Richard Panik found a loose puck and was able to quickly fire a wrist shot past Louis Domingue to give the Hawks a 1-0 lead.

Despite the closeness of the race between Toews and Kane, the captain is closing in on some noteworthy names on the team’s all-time list. He is currently just eight goals behind Bill Moisenko for eighth on the list, and he trails Jeremy Roenick by 17 tallies. Tony Amonte is 18 clear of Toews, and Dennis Hull is 48 up, so the Blackhawks’ captain could make some serious progress on the list in the next year or two.

Only the 10 Thursday games on CBS and NBC will be streamed through Twitter under a one-year agreement, the NFL announced Tuesday. They will be free worldwide on all devices through the Twitter platform. Viewers will not need to be registered Twitter users.