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The Los Angeles Rams travel north to take on their long-time NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers in this week’s Thursday night game.
Washington Nationals pitchers Sean Doolittle and Ryan Zimmerman, who both played college baseball at Virginia, said the incidents shouldn’t reflect on the people of the university or the town.
“I hope people not from this area of the country understand that the people that were marching in and around [the university] and Charlottesville, they’re not from there,” Doolittle said Sunday. “These aren’t people that represent the school or the community. This was a rally where people came from other parts of the state, other parts of the region. Because that area, that town, is an incredibly accepting and diverse and embracing community.”
Zimmerman said: “It is not reflective of the city or the people there. But as far as the stuff, I don’t really want to get into all that kind of stuff, but it’s sad. You hope that at some point we can kind of move on from these kind of things, but you don’t know.”
Jersey sale statistics in and of themselves aren’t going to correlate with fantasy football value — need I remind you of Tim Tebow? That said, seeing how a player’s jersey sales ebb and flow over the course of a football season can definitely give you an inkling as to how the “wisdom of the crowds” perceives the current performance level of certain players.
The Chiefs and Raiders each went 12-4 last season with the Chiefs winning a tiebreaker for the division title. It should come down to those teams again in 2017, though the Chargers could join them in the postseason.
The Raiders were on track to win the division until quarterback Derek Carr broke his leg in the penultimate game. The Raiders lost the regular-season finale to the Broncos while the Chiefs beat the Chargers to claim the division crown.
“I just like the smaller ones because it makes sure I use my hands and makes it so I can stretch my arms out all of the way,” Bennett said. “It helps pass rushers, but I don’t think it really matters too much because I know how to use my hands. It makes me make sure I use my hands and not throw my shoulder in there.”
In the process, Matthews earned even more respect from his Packers brethren, including a teammate who is guaranteed future Hall of Fame induction.
“He doesn’t get any credit for that and he should,” Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told Sporting News. “He’s a Hall of Fame-caliber outside linebacker who played inside for the better part of two years because we just had a major need there.
“Hopefully we are at the point where we can get him back on the outside all the time. But he wants to win — so do I. We are going to do whatever it takes to get the job done. If that means him going inside, so be it.”
Matthews recently committed another selfless act. Normally declining endorsement opportunities just before the start of training camp to keep his focus on football, Matthews accepted an offer from Playstation Vue because it would feature paid appearances by some of his family members.
There’s NFL parity, and then there are the Patriots. In 2017, it would be a major upset if New England, which has been to an unprecedented six straight AFC championship games, does not make it a lucky seven.
It’s hard to believe, but the reigning and now five-time Super Bowl champions got better, both offensively for Tom Brady and defensively for Bill Belichick. This could be the last run for that quarterback with that coach, much to the hope of other AFC hopefuls.
Here’s how we see the regular season and postseason playing out for the Patriots and the rest of the conference.
The first two quarters were ones the Giants wanted to forget, as the offensive line could not get a push for its running backs or give Manning enough protection to throw the ball downfield. New York, playing without Beckham (ankle) managed just two first downs and 50 yards from scrimmage going into halftime.
With Beckham out, the Cowboys defensive backs pressed Sterling Shepard, Brandon Marshall, and the Giants receivers at the line of scrimmage, resulting in numerous coverage sacks and just 189 total passing yards from Manning. The Giants’ run game wasn’t any better. Led by Paul Perkins’ 16 yards rushing, the Giants managed just two first downs on the ground and finished with 35 rushing yards.
Kirk Cousins is betting on himself in what’s likely his last year in Washington, while Carson Wentz is just getting warmed up, now loaded with legit outside wideouts in Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. Wentz will spread the ball around well in his Year 2 debut. Cousins is facing a good defense that improved on every level and will rattle him more consistently. Eagles win 27-23 and cover the spread.
Carson Wentz got the start, unsurprisingly, for the Eagles, and he looked solid. He also appeared happy to have some new receiving options in Torrey Smith and Alshon Jeffery.
There were some stellar moments, and a couple of embarrassing ones. Here are the winners and losers from Thursday night’s games.
We don’t see fake punts in the preseason often. Hell, even during the regular season, they’re not incredibly common. But we got one from the Jaguars on Thursday night.
If you’re going to try a fake punt in a preseason game, you’d better get it right. And the Jaguars did:
Cincinnati linebacker Vontaze Burfict and cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones are serving suspensions. Promising Bengals rookie receiver John Ross also is out with a knee injury.
Despite those losses, Cincinnati remains the favorite and has not lost to Baltimore at home since 2011.
“It is a tough place to play, and they are a good football team,” Flacco said. “They have been a good football team for a lot of years now. You guys have seen it. We have a tough time winning there.”
The biggest question facing Baltimore is Flacco, who crammed an entire training camp and four preseason games into one week of practice. He has traditionally struggled in Cincinnati, posting a 2-6 mark with five touchdowns and 12 interceptions over his career.
“This game tests your wits in every form, every facet of your body, your mentals. Everything. If you’re not ready to come back and play and give it your all, and your heart isn’t in it, then you’ll seriously go out there and get hurt.”
After practice, multiple players said coach Jay Gruden addressed the players about Cravens’ situation and said to stay focused on the season opener when discussing it with the media. Gruden did not address the media Sunday but will do so Tuesday.
Several days ago, a source close to Cravens said he was anxious to return from his injury and he was confident he’d be ready for the opener against the Philadelphia Eagles. The past few weeks, there had been some unease in the building about Cravens’ missed time and what the team could expect from him. Indeed, the Washington Post reported that he had been talking to some members of the coaching staff about retiring the past few weeks.
McVay called Monday “a bonus day” because the Rams wouldn’t normally practice on Mondays during the regular season. Tuesday is a player’s day off, and Wednesday is traditionally the day the team installs its game plan for its upcoming opponent.
The Colts will be without three key players for that game, including quarterback Andrew Luck, center Ryan Kelly and cornerback Vontae Davis.
If Donald doesn’t arrive by Sunday, he will miss out on one of his 17 game checks, which make up his 2017 salary (players are paid during their bye week). The 26-year-old is set to earn a base salary of $1,802,250 this year, with a fifth-year option of $6.892 million for 2018.
Donald, however, is a three-time Pro Bowler who has been named first-team All-Pro each of the past two seasons and is deemed in some circles as the game’s best defensive player, regardless of position. The substantial gap between his earnings and those of the game’s top defensive players is believed to be a major motivation for his holdout.