Vinoteca Passeig de Mar - ankommen und abschalten!

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Florida man suffers 3rd-degree burns after losing bet on Packers-Cowboys

It sucks when your favorite team loses. It’s definitely not serious enough to justify setting yourself on fire, as one Florida man did after losing a bet with his wife that the Cowboys would beat the Packers.

The couple made a bet and established that the loser would burn their team’s jersey. The Packers did win an instant classic over the Cowboys on yet another last-minute touchdown drive led by Aaron Rodgers.

Brady went 2-1 head-to-head against Favre. In the greatest one-sided rivalry of the 2000s, he went 11-6 against Peyton Manning. He’s only 2-3 against Drew Brees, but he’s 7-2 against Ben Roethlisberger.

Brady’s record will stand for a while. Not only is the veteran interested in playing four or five more years despite starting 2017 at age 40, but he’s got a major cushion over the rest of the league. The closest active quarterback is 38-year-old Brees, who has 133 career wins in the regular season. Roethlisberger, with 126 wins, is just behind him.

Sunday’s win was just another victory for a man who has seen plenty in his storied career. It will also stand as an affirmation of Brady’s status as one of the greatest — if not the greatest — quarterback of all time.

That’s not necessarily true. Jordan & Co. are pressuring quarterbacks only 21.7 percent of the time during their winning streak, which is good for only 27th in football. The Saints haven’t had a dominant pass rush over the past three games, but when it has arrived, the pass rush has gotten home more frequently than you might expect.

Bucs arrange kicker tryouts, reports say

In the aftermath of the Bucs’ 19-14 loss to the Patriots in which kicker Nick Folk went 0-for-3 on field-goal attempts, the team is working out kickers in Tampa, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.

The tryouts are specifically for available kickers and so far free agents Andrew Franks and Mike Nugent are expected to be there along with 2-3 others, Rapoport reported.

While this may not be good news for Folk, ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio wrote that the workouts may simply be a warning. Coach Dirk Koetter said after the loss that they won’t make any “rash decisions” regarding their current kicker.

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, right shoulder, 1:00 p.m. ET: Newton has been a regular on the injury report because of his shoulder and the offseason surgery he had to repair a partial cuff tear. He has played each week despite limited practice sessions and his status with regard to his shoulder has never been in jeopardy. As coach Ron Rivera indicated at the start of the season, this is the “new normal” for the Panthers quarterback.

Wendell Smallwood, Philadelphia Eagles, knee, (Q), 1:00 p.m. ET: Smallwood has seen increased work since the loss of teammate Darren Sproles to a season-ending injury. It may be taking a toll on his knee, as swelling kept him out of practice all week. Although he is listed as questionable and a game-time decision, the expectation is that Smallwood will sit out. That would mean more work for LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement.
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Seahawks acquire one cornerback, trade another

The Seahawks have had a busy Friday.

Not only are head coach Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider trying to figure out which players will make their initial 53-man roster, they were wheeling and dealing with multiple trades. The first deal was a blockbuster swap that sent wide receiver Jermaine Kearse to the Jets in exchange for Pro Bowl defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson.

The Seahawks were only getting warmed up. They then worked a pair of deals involving cornerbacks.

After sending a seventh-round draft pick to the Patriots in exchange for third-year cornerback Justin Coleman, the Seahawks began finalizing a deal to ship Tramaine Brock to the Vikings. The Seahawks will get a seventh-round pick back from the Vikings in the deal first reported by NFL Media.

Coleman was originally signed by the Vikings as an undrafted rookie from Tennessee in 2015. He was released by the Vikings prior to the 2015 season, but claimed by the Patriots, who released him a day later. The Seahawks then pounced and signed him to their practice squad, only for the Patriots to sign him again less than a week later, adding him to the active roster.

Coleman played in 10 games with the Patriots in 2015 and saw time in 10 games last season, but was not active for any of New England’s playoff run to a Super Bowl championship. The 5-11, 190-pound Georgia native has 29 career tackles and eight passes defensed.

The Seahawks waived tight end Steve Donatell to make room on the roster in a move that corresponded with acquiring Coleman.