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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.

Smith sells the outside move while Jenkins Cheap NFL Jerseys Nike attempts to get hands on the receiver. He isn’t able to make contact, which results in Smith getting free release into the center of the field and forces the cornerback to play catchup.

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.

WBC 2017: Schedule, scores, highlights, and more

The greatest international baseball tournament on Earth is back, with 16 countries battling it out in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.

Some of the best players in Major League Baseball are a part of the event, including MVP winners Miguel Cabrera, Buster Posey, and Andrew McCutchen, Cy Young Award winner Felix Hernandez, and younger stars like Jose Altuve, Nolan Arenado, Francisco Lindor and Manny Machado.

“Coach Keith [Williams, the Nebraska WR coach, San Diego State alum, and former longtime assistant at smaller Cali schools], he’s just a great coach, and I feel like I’d be very happy to be coached up by him,” he said when asked about the Huskers. He added that he thinks he’d fit their offense well and that Nebraska is using its “Calibraska” slogan, an expression that refers to the program’s history of signing talent from the state, recently amplified by longtime Pac-12 head coach Mike Riley taking over in Lincoln.

Here was retired NFL star Keyshawn Johnson using the slogan to celebrate three of those recent Cali Huskers, which include his son:

Allen says Utah also stands out among his recent offers, with confidence that he’ll be able to build a strong relationship with that staff.

He still wants to visit Ole Miss, Oregon, Washington State, and Georgia, indicating he anticipates receiving a UGA offer. He doesn’t plan to enroll early, but will consider signing in December if the NCAA makes that an option.

The 39-year-old Belfort (29-14), whose career spans back all the way to the UFC’s one-night tournament days, has now lost three in a row and been finished in four of his past five. Despite obvious questions about retirement, Belfort indicated he wants to have at least one more go.

“Kelvin was the better fighter tonight,” Belfort said. “I have one fight on my contract, I’d like to fight in my hometown of Rio and then we’ll see from there.”2

For a long time, that looked like it would be the winner, with the wind seeming to be out of Barcelona’s sails.

The second half started little better for PSG, with right-back Thomas Meunier tripping at the edge of his own penalty area and knocking down Neymar in the process to give up a penalty, one that Lionel Messi converted with ease. With the aggregate score suddenly sitting at 4-3, you could almost see fear in the eyes of PSG’s squad — but that fear turned quickly into focus, and that focus cost Barcelona dearly.

That price came in the form of PSG finally starting to get a cogent attack going, with momentum starting to build behind the French side’s front line, especially after Angel Di Maria was brought into the match.

For a long time, that looked like it would be the winner, with the wind seeming to be out of Barcelona’s sails. But as stoppage time came closer, Barcelona’s energy came back with a vengeance. Neymar’s eye-popping brace of goals right at the end of the 90 minutes — albeit assisted by a dubious penalty decision on his second — suddenly had the score even at 5-5. That would have been enough for PSG to win anyway, but Barcelona had five minutes of stoppage time to use.

Coyotes roommate, rejected, calls his father, Gary. Gary stands in the middle of town and screams “IF YOU DON’T FIND MY SON A PLACE TO LIVE, HE’S GOING TO LEAVE THIS CITY!”

That’s why Bettman chose to lash out at the local legislature. He knows that options are dwindling, and losing an eight-year battle to keep the Coyotes in Arizona will reflect very poorly on his vision and his long-term branding of the NHL.

But sports fans in the Valley are smarter than they look. The Coyotes have failed on their end of the bargain, running their franchise on the cheap while depending on handouts to survive. If this team had consistently exposed Arizonans to the majesty of playoff hockey over the past decade, this conversation would sound much different.
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The NBA MVP race still has many chapters left to play out

Kawhi Leonard drew some fresh heat in the NBA MVP race this week after a masterful two-way performance against the Rockets and their MVP candidate James Harden. This isn’t to say that Kawhi is a sudden MVP candidate, just that his candidacy reached a fever pitch this week.

One night later, Russell Westbrook put up 58 points in vain as the Thunder lost their fourth straight. Make no mistake: Oklahoma City lost in spite of Westbrook. The Thunder won the 35 minutes Russ was on the court and badly lost the 13 he sat.

Zero. Zilch. Nada. As many goals as I have in my NHL career. Forget Patrik Laine vs. Auston Matthews or the Blue Jackets’ historic win streak. When all is said and done, Riley Sheahan’s goal drought might be the most amazing stat to come out of the 2016-17 NHL season.

How rare is it? Only 21 players in NHL history have played at least 60 games without a goal. And Sheahan is about to become the guy with the most shots and no reward in NHL history.

Sheahan’s season is so bad, so perplexing, that the Red Wings seriously considered just moving on from him at the trade deadline. Remember, he’s just 25 years old. He might’ve been the best buy-low player on the market.

TSN held a segment called “Is Ho-Sang wearing 66 disrespectful?” Blogs primed themselves for debate.

Never mind the fact that billions of players have worn Gordie Howe’s 9. Or Yzerman’s 19. Or Sakic’s 19. Nobody seemed angry when five other players wore number 66.

But Ho-Sang was the lightning rod that required this “respect” discussion to happen. Here’s a list of players who’ve had that “respect” debate follow them early in their careers: P.K. Subban. Evander Kane. Nail Yakupov. All players of color or Europeans. Hmm. Interesting. Surely a coincidence, and not a deeper cultural issue buried even deeper than the sport’s team-first culture.1

The procedure is a minor one for Jones and won’t affect his training camp availability

Tom Brady’s humble NFL beginnings long ago entered gridiron lore. If his backstory is unfamiliar to you, you’re likely a visitor from another planet.

If you are indeed an alien: The man now widely recognized as the greatest quarterback of all-time began his career as a pro football afterthought, a sixth-round draft pick. There were 198 players selected before the Patriots picked Brady, a small village that included six fellow quarterbacks.

The Warriors had planned to sign Jose Calderon for the remainder of the season, but will instead sign then waive him in order to make room for Barnes.

Barnes, 36, was a member of the Warriors from 2006 to 2008. He’s averaging 8.2 points and 4.6 rebounds over his 14-year NBA career.

The procedure is a minor one for Jones and won’t affect his training camp availability, Rapoport was told.

Trubisky, the top-rated quarterback on NFLDraftScout.com’s board, threw the ball well, showing the efficient set-up and delivery, smooth throwing stroke and accuracy that belies his 13 career starts.

Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes II and California’s Davis Webb also fared well in the afternoon quarterback session. Like Watson, Mahomes and Webb were each surprisingly smooth in their drops despite playing their entire careers in Air-Raid spread offenses. Mahomes has an absolute rocket for an arm and showed good trajectory on the deep ball and post-corner. He does have a three-quarters delivery that will be a concern for some, especially given that he measured in at “only” 6-foot-2.

Webb created buzz at the Senior Bowl and built upon that momentum Saturday. He was especially impressive on the deep dig routes, hitting receivers in stride on the throw some feel is the toughest quarterbacks are asked to complete in Indianapolis because it requires timing with receivers they’ve just met.1

Tom Brady shared words of encouragement for everyone at the NFL Combine

The NFL Scouting Combine isn’t just a time for prospective players to show off their skills, it’s also a time to remember. Tom Brady did just that on Friday.

Brady wore his combine shirt from 2000 during a workout and used it as an opportunity to poke fun at the people who doubted him. Here’s what the Patriots quarterback wrote on Instagram.

National Letters of Intent are binding documents that tie prospects and schools together. But they’ve also got stipulations which can empower a school to get out of an NLI if a player gets into trouble before his enrollment.

Ole Miss, for its part, has bigger problems than this one. Our Rebels blog, Red Cup Rebellion, doesn’t think Reed’s departure changes a whole lot:

Most believed that the 6’4, 295-pound Reed was going to be a sign-and-place candidate anyway, so it was going to be at least a year before he was donning the red and blue. But with Fadol Brown, D.J. Jones, and John Youngblood gone, Ole Miss faces a potential shortage of depth on the D-line.

Kliff Kingsbury isn’t letting his players wear Texas Tech’s logo inside the team’s facility. This should improve Tech’s nation-worst defense by at least 0.2 points per game.

“It’s a lot of goals and I’m still a long way off but Shearer was an idol of mine growing up, to see how many goals he scored was incredible. I take it season by season. I don’t like looking too far ahead because you never know what can happen.”

Now, however, the Premier League has become a crowded place for superstars. Kane is jostling for attention with Sergio Aguero, with Romelu Lukaku, and with whichever vastly expensive import rolls up next. Still, it’s the numbers, in the end, that speak loudest of all. And right now, Kane’s numbers are precisely where they need to be: excellent, with the potential to become extraordinary.1

Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery both active for fantasy owners on Monday night

Chicago Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are both active for Monday night’s game against the New York Jets.

Both players are dealing with injuries and were limited in practice, but neither was expected to miss this game despite being listed as questionable. Marshall has an ankle injury and Jeffery is recovering from a hamstring ailment. They were game-time decisions in Week 2 but ended up playing against the San Francisco 49ers. Marshall went off for three touchdowns, while Jeffery was held to 47 yards on three catches.

Rudolph had three receptions for 27 yards before going down on the Vikings’ final drive against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

“Something popped,” Rudolph told the Pioneer Press after the 20-9 loss. “I’ve been battling it for a while.”

Rudolph shed weight during the offseason to increase his speed and stay healthy after he missed the final eight games of 2013 with a broken foot. That, in addition to his Pro Bowl 2012 season, was enough to convince the Vikings to hand him a five-year contract extension in July.

Despite the high expectations, Rudolph has been unable to make a significant impact on offense. He has just seven catches for 69 yards through three games, though he did find the end zone in the opening win against the St. Louis Rams.

“We decided [not to investigate] because it had been elevated to a felony. It was very clear to us that they were going to get any piece of information they wanted. They have the power to get anything they want.”

“I feel regretful because in my heart of hearts if we had gotten the tape early on in the Spring and Roger had seen it, I think it would have been a precedent-setting, multi-game suspension or maybe indefinite.”1