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It’s hard to remember the time when the Saints seemed to have no clue of how to get all their running backs in the mix, or whether they should, or whether they were better off out in pass patterns or protection than actually running. That was back when Adrian Peterson was around, scowling and getting two or three touches a game.
That’s also when the Saints’ defense couldn’t stop anybody, when they gave up 1,025 combined yards to the Vikings and Patriots during their 0-2 start. The last two weeks, against the Buccaneers and Bills, they gave up 200 and 198, respectively, and they’ve given up just two touchdowns, last week’s as late and meaningless as this week’s.
Leonard, meanwhile, hasn’t played a game for the Spurs since Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, and he missed the rest of that series because of an ankle injury. Leonard came into training camp on San Antonio’s injured list but hasn’t yet been able to practice with the team.
Leonard needs to advance through a rehabilitation process that comprises several steps, including individual work followed by 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 drills, before he can get full clearance to return to the court. According to sources, Leonard is currently engaged in on-court work but hasn’t yet advanced far enough to receive clearance to return.
The club is reluctant to offer a specific timeline for Leonard’s return because there’s a level of unpredictability involved with rehabilitation from quadriceps tendinopathy, a source said.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox will not be suspended for a play in which San Francisco 49ers left tackle Joe Staley suffered a broken orbital bone Sunday.
Brett Hundley did not apologize for his lackluster performance against the Saints, but the Packers quarterback said the team can still make the playoffs without Aaron Rodgers. Browns tackle Joe Thomas questioned his future; there will not be a quarterback change in Denver; Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger poked fun at safety Robert Golden for his throwing form on a successful fake punt; and Saints running back Mark Ingram said coach Sean Payton has to come through on his offer of a salon day.
One of the NBA’s top-scoring teams, the Trail Blazers (4-3) are averaging 107.6 points per game while presenting a consistent threat from the perimeter. Inside the 3-point arc, it’s a different story. Portland shoots just 42.8 percent from the field, which ranks just 24th in the league.
Improved shooting is critical in order to survive stronger defensive teams, such as the Utah Jazz, who host Portland on Wednesday night.
“Our offense hasn’t been at the level we’d like it to be,” Portland point guard Damian Lillard said. “When all this comes back around, it’s going to be a great day for us. We can’t put our heads down and lose faith in who are and what we’re capable of.”
Evidence of inconsistency in that area surfaced in a 99-85 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Monday. The Blazers scored a franchise-low six points in the second quarter against. They missed 18 of their first 19 shots in the quarter and fell behind by 19 points heading into halftime.
The quarterback depth chart below breaks down all 32 NFL teams in terms of current fantasy value for the 2017 season. This is a file I’ve done in the past — previously known as the “Tamme Index” — and it’s important to note it does not necessarily reflect a player’s position on his NFL team’s depth chart.
A player listed in the “starter” column is the most valuable quarterback on his team in terms of fantasy value.
A player listed under “handcuff” should see increased fantasy value if the starter becomes injured or sees his role diminish.
“He’s tough enough to handle it. He’s got weapons to handle it,” Hinch said. “This is a big stage. He wants to do well, like everybody does, and having to live it out on this stage has been a little bit of a grind for him. Got to have a short memory as a closer, no matter what. If we need him to get critical outs, he’s going to come in and give his best.”
The players didn’t kneel to protest the anthem itself, but were rather upset at team owner Bob McNair following his comments at the owners’ meetings.
After McNair, who has said he wants his players to stand during the anthem, mangled a figure of speech earlier this month and referred to NFL players as prison inmates, he faced immediate backlash and later issued an apology.
McNair was quoted in a lengthy ESPN article , speaking at the Oct. 17 NFL owners meetings about protests during the national anthem.
“We can’t have the inmates running the prison,” he said, a malapropism of the idiom, “the inmates are running the asylum.”
McNair issued a statement Friday, saying he regretted using that expression.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin left practice on Wednesday and was listed as a non-participant with a knee injury.
Benjamin walked off under his own power, and when asked about the 6-foot-5 receiver, Panthers coach Ron Rivera simply said, “Knee.”
However, the anthem discussion took another turn this season when President Donald Trump called players who kneeled “sons of bitches” who should be fired. It led to a wave of other demonstrations that had Kaepernick’s original message being diluted in some cases.
Vice President Mike Pence would leave a Colts game against the 49ers two weeks later after 49ers players kneeled for the anthem, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said players who “disrespect the flag” would not play.
So what does this all mean? The league’s endorsement of the legislation appears to be part of an effort where the NFL gives an effort on the issues that Kaepernick raised, while also being able to set themselves up to require players to stand for the national anthem.
Whether or not that rule comes to fruition will be determined this week.
The Bears, it seemed, had one last shot.
After trading field goals in the fourth quarter, we still trailed by seven, 24-17, with more than eight minutes left in the game. All we had to do was get a stop and give our offense the ball again.
The backbreaker was a nine-yard reception by former Bear Bobby Wade on 3rd and 8. That one killed us. The heartbreaker came five plays later.
Titans: Lewan hurt his knee in the first quarter, later returned but watched the second half from the sideline. “I think it’s a very minor, small thing,” he said. “I don’t think it should be an issue in the future, and I’ll be fine for next week.”
Dolphins: WR DeVante Parker left in the first quarter with an ankle injury and didn’t return. … OG Anthony Steen was taken for X-rays after the game.
“We were going through those trials, and then when you keep looking, you say, ‘Hey, look, you might need to do something different here,'” Jackson said. “That is the decision I made. To me, it might have given us a chance to win the game. We just didn’t finish it.”
“Frustrated for sure,” Kizer said of his feelings. “My job as a quarterback here is to do whatever I can to help win. And it’s tough to do that when I’m not in the game for poor performance.”
Hogan guided the Browns to a touchdown on his first possession — giving the Cleveland its first lead of the season. He also had the Browns at the Jets’ 4-yard line early in the fourth quarter when they were down three.
After sending out the field goal team, Jackson used a timeout and called for a Crowell run behind guard Kevin Zeitler, whom the Browns made the highest-paid guard in the NFL during the offseason.
Asked later if he considered taking off a game out of concern for his own health, Adams said: “You always consider it, but there’s no point in sitting out when you feel great. … You’re not going to keep taking DayQuil if the cough is gone.”
This is no indictment of Adams, a tough, resilient athlete who is clearly accountable to his teammates. This is an indictment of the league elders who have failed to implement a policy calling for a mandatory missed game for anyone who suffers a brain injury. A senior NFL executive, Jeff Miller, has already publicly acknowledged a link between football-related head trauma and CTE. New York Giants owner John Mara, a member of the league’s competition committee, has already conceded brain disease represents the most serious issue confronting the league and that it is clear “repeated concussions can have a very serious long-term effect [on players].”
Dallas is driving down the field and will have it at the Green Bay 25 to start the second. Dak Prescott completed seven of his nine passes for 98 yards and a touchdown, while Aaron Rodgers was five-for-five for 52 yards and a score in the opening period.
Touchdown Packers. Green Bay answers Dallas’ score with one of its own. Aaron Rodgers completes his first five passes to open the game, including a 10-yard score to Davante Adams. But, Green Bay misses the extra point and Dallas maintains a 7-6 lead.
Witten has 17 catches for 156 yards and two touchdowns so far. It’s the first time he has started a season with touchdown catches in each of the first two games. He remains reliable and efficient. With Patrick Peterson expected to shadow Dez Bryant this week, Witten should be a big part of the plan. If there is one thing Dak Prescott has shown, it’s that he won’t force the ball unnecessarily. Witten wins early enough on his routes to give him completions, and he has been targeted more in the red zone so far this season than in the past. — Todd Archer
While Bryant won the first round with his first-quarter TD catch over Talib, the cornerback would get his revenge. Harris evened the score when he intercepted Dallas QB Dak Prescott in the third quarter after his pass deflected off Bryant. Talib delivered the knockout blow when he stepped in front of a pass intended for Bryant and took it 103 yards for the pick-six.
Olsen in 2016 became the first tight end in NFL history to record three straight 1,000-yard receiving seasons. The Panthers before this season added incentives for receptions, receiving yards and postseason accolades to Olsen’s contract that would pay him an additional $2 million if he met all of them. That seems unlikely with the missed time.
Olsen hadn’t missed a game since his rookie year with the Chicago Bears in 2007 — a streak of 160 consecutive games, which was the second longest among tight ends behind Dallas’ Jason Witten (221).
Carolina promoted fullback Alex Armah from the practice squad to fill Olsen’s roster spot. The sixth-round pick out of West Georgia can play fullback and H-back.
ucks fly together, and so do the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. On Tuesday, the Wings announced one of many themed nights scheduled for their upcoming season, and jerseys from Disney’s famous hockey movie that spawned an actual NHL team are one of them.
These jerseys, nearly identical to the movie jersey with a replica of their mascot, Slappy, instead of the famous duck, will be worn on Dec. 22 against the Toledo Walleye.
It’s so nice to see a hockey team embrace the Mighty Ducks, as the Anaheim Ducks likely won’t return to their roots anytime soon. The past is in the past for the Ducks, and their orange-splashed jerseys and branding are likely here to stay.
Being an NFL fan can be expensive. Never mind the steep ticket prices and $13 stadium beers. Even that jersey of your favorite player that has you feeling like the lord of Buffalo Wild Wings each Sunday costs serious coin. Furthermore, it might be obsolete in a month when that player gets hurt or traded.
The subscription runs $20 per month for adults and $17 for kids, and seems to target casual fans and kiddos who might quickly outgrow expensive jerseys. In an interview with ESPN, Watkins also makes his pitch to fantasy football nerds who might want to “rep their squad” one week and a player on their fantasy team the next. NFL jerseys often run well north of $100, making a closet full of jerseys a spendy proposition.