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 "As we work Arian backinto what we're doing and get him back to full speed, Ben's goingto probably carry most of the load Keep in mind that almost every player will say he can go, and in his heart he believes he can"A report claiming that Lady Gaga poured champagne over therailing of a suite at MetLife Stadium while attending [Monday's]game appears to be an inaccurate portrayal of her actions, based onconversations with those present in the area," Lamping said"Then, at the same time, you might sometimes want to put him inone spot, let other guys do what they have to do and let the systemworkThe two were locked together and continue to tussle after the whistle When weight is placed on the ball of the foot and the leg is outstretched, this placed excessive stretch on the plantar fasciaGreen Bay Packers: After hearing Randall Cobbs(notes) explanation that he heeded Gods advice in deciding to run back that kickoff from eight yards deep in the end zone last Thursday night, did Brett Favre(notes) exclaim, Thats b Essentially this was an indirect way of paying for high Google rankings, something which Google is no doubt trying to combat with each passing algorithm update 1," he replied with flawless logic, "to myselfTampa Bay's defense forced three turnovers and sacked Matt Ryan four times in its best performance of the seasonI thought the practice was very goodThen Matt McBriar lined up to punt at the Dallas 41 and JoeMcKnight burst through the middle of the line untouched to blockthe punt                         Start increasing your traffic today just by submitting articles with us, click here to get startedHe goes back a long way with quarterback Jay Cutler, who was already entrenched as the starter at Vanderbilt when Bennett was a freshman who caught 75 passesThe thing that I think he does the best is competes, Nolan said "Tom is on the field It's not as hard as digging ditches, but there will be times, especially early in your business, where you'll have to make choices, sacrificing time energy and money "on the front end" to generate a bigger return on your investment (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 134 You can be lucky enough to own an authentic jersey as most of the apparels sold on these two sites are labeled as authentic and genuine Ray Rice of the Ravens did it both times According to a survey, over 240 million people regularly play football in more than 200 countries in every part of the world There are a lot of opportunitiesfor us to get him on the field and get him involved  Game notes: Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace extended his streak to six games with 100 or more receiving yardsThe tandem of the sure-handed Pihos and Van Buren, a running back and fellow Hall of Famer, gave the Eagles a powerful offense, and Philadelphia claimed consecutive NFL championships in 1948 and '49 "He's very instinctive"The Jets' comeback - the Cowboys' collapse - was somewhat shocking given how Dallas performed for three quartersThis should keep Maurice Jones-Drew as a second round pick To avoid this inconvenience the teams made sure that the players wore enough padding to absorb the impact equal to that which you would experience if you were hit by a small car going 30 miles an hour       Jones, 27, now plays cornerback for the Cincinnati    Bengals Tennessee in first start for Jaguars and eighth of NFL career - first since 2007 while with Tampa Bay-Platteville, 7 p? I have a lot of faith that Cleveland can get this thing turned around sooner, rather than later, with Holmgren running the rebuilding projectThe Redskins sandwiched those two scores around a 95-yardBrandon Banks punt return that was largely a byproduct of the Bucs offensive inefficiencyNew Orleans kept just two tight ends, Dave Thomas and Jimmy Graham, and two fullbacks, Kory Hall and Jed Collins  Of the twelve penalties the most costly was the excessive celebration after tying the score late in the fourth quarterQ: What will your role be with the Vikings?A: I'm just coming in to make plays, wherever need be, andhelping this offense be one of the top five offenses in this leagueand putting a lot of points on the board Ryan, ATL 75 48 64 is more insulting off the field than on Publicly, Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has put a hold on the contract extension talks involving running back Matt Forte We love everybody, and we have to be aggressive and market in ways that attract new fans Hawk and Desmond Bishop on the inside and a special-teams contributor''Totally my fault, no question,'' he saidThe Falcons started 0-2 in 2002 butrebounded to reach the divisional round of the playoffsPlayers may purchase up to three entriesContestants also will vie for use of a Mercedes Benz for a year and $12,500 to be awarded the winner of a four-week mini-contestWait, you tip your cap to the Lions?Bizarro I should be able to toleratewhatever it is and have no problem out there,'' Rice said8 100 Both Brown, an undrafted free agent out of Notre Dame who didn't have a single interception during his college career, and Barrett, a seventh-round pick (220th overall) out of Arizona, faced long odds just to stick on the Patriots' rosterLess than a month after the Broncos nearly traded Orton to the Miami Dolphins with the idea of handing over the offense to the former University of Florida star, the bottom line is that Tebow, one of the most accomplished and beloved players in college football history, remains popular in the Mile High City only in the eyes of his legions of adoring fansJan"My mind got a little twisted there for a couple of days and then now I'm clearing it back up, but that's part of the process," Kolb said Fullback Harvey Unga was placed on the reserve/left squad list, meaning he doesn't count against the 53-player roster He bruised the hand it was initially diagnosed    as a fracture bone after hitting it on a teammate's helmetIt's actually been a much healthier environment for healing, he said Anyone can be able to watch the stations from the internet from any location and in over 70 different regions Oakland's Darren McFadden has done it three times within that span Official Dez Bryant Jersey, Dez Bryant Jersey Womens, Official Dwayne Bowe Jersey, Giants Hakeem Nicks Authentic Jersey, Authentic Marshawn Lynch Jersey, Saints Mark Ingram Premier Jersey, Giants Hakeem Nicks Replica Jersey, Saints Mark Ingram Authentic Jersey, Authentic Peyton Hillis Jersey orange, Philip Rivers Jersey Womens, Saints Mark Ingram Jersey, Authentic Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey, Saints Mark Ingram Replica Jersey, Johnny Knox Jersey White, Authentic Peyton Hillis Jersey Black , Official Knowshon Moreno Jersey, Bears Johnny Knox Jersey, Ryan Fitzpatrick Premier Jersey, Kansas City Chiefs Dwayne Bowe Jersey, Giants Hakeem Nicks Premier Jersey, Premier Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey, Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey Authentic, Denver Broncos Knowshon Moreno Jersey, NFL Dez Bryant Jersey, wholesale juicy jewelry, Ryan Fitzpatrick Authentic Jersey, Reebok Johnny Knox Jersey, Marshawn Lynch Jersey Authentic, Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey Premier, Marshawn Lynch Authentic Jersey, Dallas Clark Jersey Womens, Peyton Hillis Jersey orange, Peyton Hillis Jersey Black

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The Lions' offense will have two significant issues to deal with Sunday at Minnesota. One is the return of Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams, back after a two-game suspension, and the other is trying to stay patient against the Vikings two-deep coverage.This is Lions-Vikings, there aren't going to be any tricks, said left guard Rob Sims, who will be matched against Williams most of the game. It ain't about anybody trying to get something over on somebody. It's just line up and play.The Lions offensive linemen got a good chuckle reading some of the comments coming out of Minnesota this week specifically worries that Williams, because he's been unable to train with the team, won't be ready to compete at his normal high level.Yeah, all that stuff about him being out of shape and him saying he hasn't been working out nice try, said center Dominic Raiola. That's a smokescreen. We're getting ready for the All-Pro Kevin Williams.The All-Pro Kevin Williams has been one of the most disruptive defensive linemen since he came into the league in 2003. He has 49.5 sacks, 50 pass deflections, four interceptions and six forced fumbles - this from a three-technique interior lineman.He's a dynamic player, Sims said. This will be my fourth or fifth time playing him and there are no tricks to it. You play him straight up. He's unbelievable with his hands. He's quick and big; he causes a lot of problems for you.As Raiola put it, He hits quarterbacks, he sacks quarterbacks, he knocks ball down, he runs screens down, he stuffs the run when you talk about a complete player, you talk about Kevin Williams.The Vikings traditionally are tough to run against. They also like to play two-deep coverage and refuse to allow teams to throw over the top. The Lions are a team that likes to stretch you vertically. QB Matthew Stafford has a gunslinger's mentality; he's fearless throwing the deep ball.Something's got to give. The Lions are going to have to find a balance between what they love to do on offense and what the Vikings will allow them to do.Part of it is being patient, Raiola said. You can't force anything against them. But a lot of it, too, is making a play. You have to go up and make something happen. You have to break a tackle and get some yards after the catch. That's going to be big. It's patience for sure, but it's going out and making plays, too.The Lions feel like they have a diverse enough arsenal to handle whatever the Vikings throw at them.The benefit of us having so many weapons is that we don't have to force the issue, WR Nate Burleson said. We don't desperately have to seek out CJ Calvin Johnson every play. We can take what they give us underneath let the running back check down, the tight ends hit the flat and find zones. And then hopefully that will attract them to us and open up the back end later in the game.There are two topics du jour around here these days. One, of course, is whether this early success is for real or if it is just another in a long line of Lions' teases. The other is if and when rookie defensive tackle Nick Fairley will play.Regardless of how much success the Lions defensive line has had already this season, the public clamor to see the team's 13th overall pick continues to get louder and louder.I am champing at the bit, too, Fairley said last week.He broke a bone in his foot on the second day of training camp and had surgery the next day. He has yet to practice since the surgery but was able to go through individual drills on Friday.I am just working with the trainers and trying to get everything to 110 percent so when I get out there I will be ready for the long run, he said. Everything is going good. I am just waiting for the word that I can go.Coach Jim Schwartz will not put a timetable on his return.At this point he's just an injury-report guy, Schwartz said. We'll get him back as soon as we can. He's making good progress. He's going to play a lot of good football for us this year. When he is able, and he can represent himself well, we will get him out on the field.The Lions have the luxury of erring on the side of caution. With Ndamukong Suh, Corey Williams, Sammie Hill and Andre Fluellen playing so well at defensive tackle, they can give Fairley all the time he needs to heal.With the depth that we have, it helps us not have to be impatient or make a bad decision, Schwartz said. We don't have to put any player out before he's ready. That's been a help in this situation.If Fairley could return to practice next week, there would be a slim chance he could play at Dallas on Oct. 2, but that would be pushing it. Cornerback Alphonso Smith, who also missed training camp with a broken foot, has been practicing for two weeks and still hasn't been activated on Sunday.I get excited just seeing him work with the trainers, defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham said. He's a great athlete. You see him on the side in street clothes and you wonder who the guy is. But you get him on the field and it's like he's a different person.SERIES HISTORY 100th regular-season meeting. Vikings lead the series, 66-31-2. The Lions haven't won in Minnesota since 1997. They are 12-36-1 at Minnesota. The last time they won there, Scott Mitchell threw the game-winning touchdown pass to Herman Moore with 0.02 left. The Vikings won 13 straight games from 1968-1974 and were 20-3 in the last 23 meetings dating to 1999. That said, the Lions did win the last meeting 20-13 at Ford Field last season.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. 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Quarterback Tony Romo didn't practice on Thursday or Friday.But he did spend time on the field stretching with his teammates and getting mental reps.Romo, who is still in intense pain from a fractured rib and punctured lung, is pointing toward playing against the Redskins on Monday night.He underwent another CT scan on Thursday, but said he was feeling much better than earlier in the week.The Cowboys are officially listing him as day-to-day and will gauge his progress as the week goes on.But based on his ability to handle the pain and bring the Cowboys back against the 49ers last Sunday when the injury occurred, they are hopeful he will play against the Redskins.I'm not a medical person, so I'm probably not the most qualified guy to answer that question, coach Jason Garrett said. ' He did play over two and a half quarters with this thing the other day. I think there are probably degrees in there of healing that I think the doctors want to make sure he has before we'll put him back out there. We'll see how he continues to progress as the week goes on. He was out there. He was not able to practice today, but he was out there, staying involved with our team and engaged with our game plan.His teammates have no doubt in their mind Romo is playing.We just need Romo to be Romo, linebacker Bradie James said. The legend has begun. Punctured lung and all. Whatever it is punctured spleen, kidney, whatever it is, he's going to be out there.The Cowboys are besieged by injuries heading into the Week 3 matchup against the Redskins set for Monday night.Quarterback Tony Romo has garnered much of the headlines because of a fractured rib and punctured lung.But wide receiver Miles Austin could be out with a hamstring injury, center Phil Costa has a sprained knee, running back Felix Jones has a dislocated shoulder, tight end Jason Witten has bruised ribs, receiver Dez Bryant has a deep thigh bruise and cornerback Mike Jenkins continues to nurse knee and neck injuries.Of course that list doesn't include cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who is out three weeks with a high ankle sprain.The situation is so acute that coach Jason Garrett gave the team an extra day off this week leading up to the Redskins game.They took Tuesday and Wednesday off and started the work week Thursday.Garrett said his team has done a good job of moving forward and embracing the opportunities whether they are a starter or a backup.It's just reality in the NFL, Garrett said. Injuries are part of the game and not having guys available is just part of the game, and we feel like when we cut down a roster to 53 guys and activate 46 each week we feel like every guy is capable and every guy needs to be ready to play if that opportunity presents itself.That's something we preach to our guys all the time because we know that it's real. It's real for us, it's real for 32 teams around the NFL. Players understand that. Hopefully, they understand it during the week in preparing for the ball game, whatever their role is, and then be ready for an expanded role if that circumstance arises.Romo is the biggest issue in Dallas. The Cowboys continue to hope he will play against the Redskins on Monday night because of his ability to return to the game against the 49ers in the fourth quarter and lead the team to the comeback victory. But they will continue to evaluate him throughout the weekend. The Cowboys expect the small puncture in his leg to resolve quickly, certainly sufficiently enough for him to play. It really is a matter of how much pain Romo will be able to deal with.While Garrett said he doesn't see any reason why Romo wouldn't play, owner Jerry Jones was a bit more conservative.I don't know, Jones said. I really don't. I understand the nature of the injury as much as you can without being in medicine. We'll just have to see how it goes. It has everything to do with just his ability to handle the pain, and we know he has a bunch of it.The only players likely to be sidelined against the Redkins are Austin and Costa, who both could miss the next two games and not return until after the bye week.The good news is, cornerback Terence Newman is expected to return Sunday after missing the first two games and the entire preseason with a groin injury.SERIES HISTORY 101st regular-season meeting. Cowboys leads series, 60-38-2. Dallas has won four of the last five meetings. The Cowboys won the last meeting 33-30.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare
Quarterback Tony Romo didn't practice on Thursday or Friday.But he did spend time on the field stretching with his teammates and getting mental reps.Romo, who is still in intense pain from a fractured rib and punctured lung, is pointing toward playing against the Redskins on Monday night.He underwent another CT scan on Thursday, but said he was feeling much better than earlier in the week.The Cowboys are officially listing him as day-to-day and will gauge his progress as the week goes on.But based on his ability to handle the pain and bring the Cowboys back against the 49ers last Sunday when the injury occurred, they are hopeful he will play against the Redskins.I'm not a medical person, so I'm probably not the most qualified guy to answer that question, coach Jason Garrett said. ' He did play over two and a half quarters with this thing the other day. I think there are probably degrees in there of healing that I think the doctors want to make sure he has before we'll put him back out there. We'll see how he continues to progress as the week goes on. He was out there. He was not able to practice today, but he was out there, staying involved with our team and engaged with our game plan.His teammates have no doubt in their mind Romo is playing.We just need Romo to be Romo, linebacker Bradie James said. The legend has begun. Punctured lung and all. Whatever it is punctured spleen, kidney, whatever it is, he's going to be out there.The Cowboys are besieged by injuries heading into the Week 3 matchup against the Redskins set for Monday night.Quarterback Tony Romo has garnered much of the headlines because of a fractured rib and punctured lung.But wide receiver Miles Austin could be out with a hamstring injury, center Phil Costa has a sprained knee, running back Felix Jones has a dislocated shoulder, tight end Jason Witten has bruised ribs, receiver Dez Bryant has a deep thigh bruise and cornerback Mike Jenkins continues to nurse knee and neck injuries.Of course that list doesn't include cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who is out three weeks with a high ankle sprain.The situation is so acute that coach Jason Garrett gave the team an extra day off this week leading up to the Redskins game.They took Tuesday and Wednesday off and started the work week Thursday.Garrett said his team has done a good job of moving forward and embracing the opportunities whether they are a starter or a backup.It's just reality in the NFL, Garrett said. Injuries are part of the game and not having guys available is just part of the game, and we feel like when we cut down a roster to 53 guys and activate 46 each week we feel like every guy is capable and every guy needs to be ready to play if that opportunity presents itself.That's something we preach to our guys all the time because we know that it's real. It's real for us, it's real for 32 teams around the NFL. Players understand that. Hopefully, they understand it during the week in preparing for the ball game, whatever their role is, and then be ready for an expanded role if that circumstance arises.Romo is the biggest issue in Dallas. The Cowboys continue to hope he will play against the Redskins on Monday night because of his ability to return to the game against the 49ers in the fourth quarter and lead the team to the comeback victory. But they will continue to evaluate him throughout the weekend. The Cowboys expect the small puncture in his leg to resolve quickly, certainly sufficiently enough for him to play. It really is a matter of how much pain Romo will be able to deal with.While Garrett said he doesn't see any reason why Romo wouldn't play, owner Jerry Jones was a bit more conservative.I don't know, Jones said. I really don't. I understand the nature of the injury as much as you can without being in medicine. We'll just have to see how it goes. It has everything to do with just his ability to handle the pain, and we know he has a bunch of it.The only players likely to be sidelined against the Redkins are Austin and Costa, who both could miss the next two games and not return until after the bye week.The good news is, cornerback Terence Newman is expected to return Sunday after missing the first two games and the entire preseason with a groin injury.SERIES HISTORY 101st regular-season meeting. Cowboys leads series, 60-38-2. Dallas has won four of the last five meetings. The Cowboys won the last meeting 33-30.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

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With WR Malcom Floyd groin possibly out this week, QB Philip Rivers could be throwing to the likes of Bryan Walters and Richard Goodman. It reminds many of last year, when injuries forced Rivers to complete passes to 17 different receivers. That's been a part of every season we've had, and that's probably part of every team at some point, Rivers said. You just keep going.TE Antonio Gates has been a part of many disappointing Chargers losses. That's why he's leading the charge to get the Chargers to put Sunday's game behind them. We understand the importance of moving on, he said. You learn from it and have a chance to watch film, but we're not going to blink.Gates will be sat down on occasion during the week, and Wednesday was one of those days. Gates continues to monitor his foot injury and if he's sore, coach Norv Turner has no qualms about sitting him. He's expected to play Sunday.The Chiefs might consider going to a no-huddle on Sunday. No doubt they wouldn't run it like the Patriots, but the Chargers were exposed with getting calls in tardy and looking out of sorts before and during the quick snaps. It's always tough when a team goes no-huddle, CB Antoine Cason said.The Chargers had ball-security issues last year and here we are just two games into the season and they have racked up five turnovers four coming on interceptions.WR Vincent Jackson had a career-high 10 catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns but it got lost a bit in Mike Tolbert's fumble in the fourth quarter. Jackson was among those telling Tolbert to hang tough. This is a team, Jackson said. This definitely doesn't fall on one man's shoulders. This is a team game.Everyone recalls that Monday night onslaught last year when the Chiefs beat the Chargers by scoring 21 points in the first two quarters. But since that first half, the Chargers have blanked the Chiefs for four consecutive quarters.Sunday's game is in jeopardy of being blacked out on local TV. And many thousands of tickets remain for the following home game against the Dolphins.BY THE NUMBERS Minus-5 The Chargers' turnover ratio after eight quarters. Four of them are Philip Rivers interceptions.QUOTE TO NOTE It's a big concern and it's directly related to one thing. We've got to do a better job of taking care of the ball and we've got to find a way to create turnovers. Coach Norv Turner on his team scoring but 14 first-half points in two games.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

S Charlie Peprah did more than just keep Morgan Burnett's spot warm until the young prospect returned this summer from a knee injury that cost the then-rookie strong safety most of his rookie season in 2010.Peprah, who had started only one game his first four years in the NFL, made 13 starts in place of Burnett and played in excess of 900 snaps as a solid contributor on defense for the Super Bowl champions.I think that latter statistic in itself tells you how well he played, head coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday. We're very confident in Charlie's ability. He was in here Tuesday getting some extra work in, and he'll be ready to go.Peprah is returning to the starting lineup as the short-term, if not long-term, replacement for FS Nick Collins, who sustained a season-ending neck injury in the Packers' win at Carolina on Sunday. The 5-foot-11, 203-pound Peprah freely admits it's a big deal to take over for Collins, a three-time Pro Bowl player and the quarterback of the Green Bay secondary.Peprah called Collins' setback, which occurred early in the fourth quarter when he tried to tackle hurdling Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart, a punch to the gut.It's an unfortunate deal, but we've just got to pick up right where he left off, and I've got big shoes to fill, Peprah said. Hopefully, my teammates have confidence in me and the coaches do, too.Just take the same approach I did last year, he added. They're expecting me to go in and have no drop-offs. So, I'm going to go in and try to do the best I can. Hopefully, that will be more than enough for the team to get back to where we did last year.McCarthy acknowledged Collins won't be easy to replace not only because of his playmaking skills on defense but also because of his selfless contributions on special teams.You don't just go and replace a Nick Collins-type player, McCarthy said. Nick did a lot of things for us, a lot of things I don't think people realize. Nick was a big-play safety, a Pro Bowl player the last three years, did a number of things on special teams.On the topic of special teams, coach Mike McCarthy envisions second-year P Tim Masthay possibly being a difference-maker in Sunday's game at NFC North rival Chicago.Masthay's kicking success late in the season in the face of mostly unpleasant weather included two pivotal performances against the Bears in the span of three weeks in January. He punted the football a total of 16 times in the regular-season finale at Green Bay and then in the NFC Championship at Chicago, he didn't allow Devin Hester, the Bears' electrifying returner, to have one breakout runback.That was in stark contrast to the teams' first meeting of the season, in Week 3 at Chicago. Hester returned a Masthay punt in the fourth quarter 62 yards for a touchdown to help the Bears rally for a three-point victory.I don't think anybody ever questioned his ability to be an NFL punter, McCarthy said. He's a very talented young punter. He's physically gifted, just the way he hits the ball, and he's gotten a lot better in his directional punting and so forth and then had so many fine performances down the stretch for us there at the end of last season.Masthay, who kicked well in the preseason last month, has been shaky at the start of the regular season. He is averaging 40.9 gross yards in seven punts, and his net average is an abysmal 23.3 yards with only one punt inside the opponent's 20-yard line after he placed 32 there last season.McCarthy and special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum are hopeful Masthay can turn things around, beginning Sunday against Hester and the Bears.Tim is a weapon for us, McCarthy said. That's the way we approach the game. His ball placement will be big in the outcome of this game.The Packers this week lost first-year WR Chastin West, who was on the bubble for making their season-opening roster out of training camp.The Jacksonville Jaguars signed West off Green Bay's practice squad.Green Bay filled the vacancy on the eight-player taxi unit by signing DL Johnny Jones on Wednesday.The 6-4, 310-pound Jones originally signed with the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted rookie from Marshall. He played in two preseason games for the Dolphins before being cut Aug. 26.Like a majority of players, including those on the Bears who make it their home turf, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers loathes playing on the natural grass at Chicago's Soldier Field.I think it's not very good, Rodgers said. We're fortunate enough to play there earlier in the season this year.Rodgers grew up in Northern California idolizing former Chicago Bulls basketball star Michael Jordan. Throwing on a pair of the classic Air Jordan high-tops might have been a good shoe of choice for Rodgers' first start on the choppy Soldier Field sod in a game against the Bears late in the 2008 season.It was negative-15 degrees, and the turf was in absolute terrible shape, Rodgers recalled. I contemplated wearing basketball shoes on it. If you go back one year, in 2007, when the wind was blowing like 50 miles an hour, that turf in pregame warm-ups was the worst I've ever seen. But, that being said, early in the season, it's not as bad.QB Aaron Rodgers added another honor to his long list of credentials. He is the first quarterback in team lore to throw for 300 yards in each of the first two games of a season. Rodgers followed a 312-yard performance in the season-opening win over the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 8 with 308 yards against the Panthers. He is the No. 2-rated passer in the league with a 126.4 efficiency rating.BY THE NUMBERS 4 Seasons in which the Packers have started 3-0 since the 1970 league merger: 1996 and '98 under Mike Holmgren, 2001 under Mike Sherman and 2007 under Mike McCarthy. Green Bay also was 3-0 in 1982 but did so in a strike-interrupted schedule.QUOTE TO NOTE Just get him the ball in space and let him run. He's a great athlete, he's quick, he can make you miss, and he's powerful. Why not get him the ball any way you can? Packers S Charlie Peprah, on the impact of versatile Bears RB Matt Forte.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. 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It was clear quarterback Philip Rivers was going to have some fresh targets when facing the Chiefs on Sunday.Wide receiver Patrick Crayton was going to return in place of Malcom Floyd he's likely out with a groin injury after not working Thursday or Friday.And Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates was going to return in place of, Antonio Gates?Gates wasn't targeted once last week as the Patriots wouldn't allow it in their win over the Chargers. So after being shut out by stacked coverages in the Chargers loss, he was looking forward to contributing toward a Chargers win.But for the second straight day Gates, and the Chargers, elected to rest his sore foot. Gates has long been bothered by foot and ankle ailments and the team, hopefully, is being cautious early in the season.It's believed Gates will go on Sunday when the Chargers seek their second win of the season. But if nothing else, Gates' absence underscores how his tender foot is going to be a season-long headache.Crayton is back after missing the first two games following the removal of bone spurs around his ankle. And his availability is key with Floyd not expected to suit up.And yet another wrinkle regarding the Chargers' receivers showed up Thursday when Vincent Jackson missed practice.Jackson is slowed with abdominal strain. Jackson should play on Sunday but maybe not at full strength. Either way, backups Bryan Walters and Richard Goodman should see the field.All of this might be unsettling to some teams, but Rivers has proved time and again he can make ordinary receivers look good. He completed passes to 17 receivers last year in throwing for a career-high 4,710 yards.But Rivers is looking for his groove as well. He's thrown two interceptions in each of the opening two games and has lost a fumble.The Chargers greet the winless Chiefs on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium and all is right in the world.Or is it?Look the Chargers should clobber the Chiefs, a team that is reeling with so many key injuries and a vibe that is dreadful for this early in the season.The Chargers, on the other hand, are coming off a game in which they believe they had a shot at winning. That's to be argued as any team, especially one playing at New England, doesn't deserve to prevail when turning the ball over four times and allowing more than 500 yards.I'm excited about where this team can go, coach Norv Turner said, in trying to soften the blow of a stinging defeat.We don't doubt Turner sees the potential of this team like the year before, the year before that, and so on.But at some point, maybe, the Chargers have to prove they are worthy of their hype. And a win on Sunday against the reeling Chiefs doesn't do that.That, in some ways, makes it a dangerous game.The old adage of not letting a team beat you twice comes into play this weekend. If the Chargers' thoughts are fixed in Foxborough, then the Chiefs could give them a game.The Chargers are saying all the right things in leading up to this ho-hum matchup. They swear they'll be focused against a lesser opponent.But we heard the same things last year before they lost to, among other lower-shelf rivals, Seahawks, Rams and Bengals.The Chargers have to be careful Sunday in playing a winless opponent.Kansas City is desperate. Everyone, everywhere is saying how the Chiefs season is lost and just might the Chargers buy into that?Again, looking at rosters and injury report, the Chargers win this game by two touchdowns. But among the reasons the Chargers have been stuck in the muck for the last seasons one playoff win over that span is they often stumble against teams like Sunday's.The Chiefs, if nothing else, are bolstered by knowing they beat the Chargers last year and ended their four-year run of AFC West titles. That probably isn't enough to overcome everything else working against them the Chiefs. Then again, did you pick the woeful Bengals last Christmas when the Chargers couldn't afford to lose and they did just that?Working in the Chargers' favor is that Sunday does bring with it the fading Chiefs. The Chargers will be fueled in knowing they aren't the AFC West kings anymore, and it's those guys in the red helmets who did them in.So that should be enough to get the Chargers' attention. If nothing else, they just need to peek at the slate of games following their outing with the Dolphins, after playing the Chiefs: at the Jets and Chiefs and home versus the Packers and Raiders.Then the schedule doesn't let up.That's why there much is riding on a game in which many people think has already been played. Just give the Chargers the victory, grab a shovel and keep burying the 2011 Chiefs.But the NFL told us, in just two weeks, that what you thought was a sure bet is anything but. The Chargers need to be careful and act like they are playing the 2010 version of the Chiefs who ripped the AFC West away from them instead of the one being ripped to shreds from nearly every NFL pundit.SERIES HISTORY 102nd regular-season meeting. Chiefs lead series, 51-49-1. The Chiefs broke a six-game losing skid when beating the Chargers last year to open the season. But they haven't won in San Diego since 2007; the Chargers crushed them 31-0 in the second game of their series in 2010 at Qualcomm Stadium in a game an injured Matt Cassel didn't play, the Chargers got a dose of revenge although it wasn't enough to claim the AFC West title. In their playoff matchup of 1992, the Chiefs were shut out in the wild card game, 17-0, with Marion Butts driving in a memorable, career-long, 54-yard through the rain for the game's big play.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

 

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If only Alex Smith could conceal the football on a play-action fake like he did his concussion against the Cowboys. Neither Smith nor the 49ers revealed Smith sustained a concussion in the 27-24 overtime loss to Dallas. The news of his concussion did not appear until the 49ers put it on their injury report late Wednesday afternoon.Offensive coordinator Greg Roman, who calls the plays, said he didn't know about it Monday morning.Smith talked twice to the media, after the game and on Wednesday, but never mentioned the injury. A reluctant Smith spoke about it briefly on Thursday.I feel great, I went through all the protocol and I've been cleared to play, Smith said. He participated in full practice on Wednesday.It appeared as if Smith might have been concussed in the second quarter when he was dumped on his head by linebacker Anthony Spencer.To be honest, I don't want to get into too much of what happened, Smith said.It appears as if Smith went through all the right procedures with his head injury. But head coach Jim Harbaugh and Roman might want to refrain from praising Smith's toughness after a game in which he was concussed. The league is trying to get players to reveal when concussions occur.The Bengals and 49ers have only played each other 13 times, but their histories are intertwined, particularly of late.The late Bill Walsh learned much of his football under former Bengals owner and football icon Paul Brown, and when Brown passed over Walsh to be his head coach in the 1970's, Walsh went to Stanford and eventually the 49ers.Nevertheless, Walsh developed his West Coast scheme as the Bengals' offensive coordinator under Brown in the late 1960's and 1970's. Walsh was forced to improvise in 1969 when rookie quarterback Greg Cook began to lose arm strength due to an undiagnosed shoulder injury. With Cook's inability to throw deep passes, Walsh went with short, horizontal throws and hence the West Coast offense was born.Cook's foundational 1969 season was recently brought up after current rookie Andy Dalton threw for more than 300 yards in his second start. The last Bengal to do that was Cook.Bringing it back to the modern day, Dalton was a player the 49ers coveted in April's draft. Coach Jim Harbaugh worked him out and when the Bengals took him with the 35th overall selection in the second round, that's when the 49ers traded up to get Colin Kaepernick so they wouldn't be left without getting a quarterback in the draft.Very good football player, great college career. Harbaugh said of Dalton. We had a high evaluation of him.Dalton is just one of many players both teams liked. In the prior draft, the Bengals called the 49ers about moving into the 49th overall spot in the second round because Cincinnati wanted to pick USC safety Taylor Mays. Instead, the 49ers chose Mays with that pick.When Mays faltered with the 49ers, he was traded earlier this summer to the Bengals for their 2013 seventh-round selection. Mays sprained his right knee, but might be ready to play special teams in this game against 49ers. Mays is also the third 49er from last year who's now a Bengal.Linebacker Manny Lawson signed with the Bengals in free agency, and cornerback Nate Clements was picked up by the Bengals after his release from the 49ers. Both are now starters.We know all their tricks, 49ers receiver Josh Morgan said of Clements, Lawson and Mays.Bengals coach Marvin Lewis basically said the same thing of the 49ers. Three of his former players with the Bengals, defensive end Justin Smith, safety Madieu Williams and rush linebacker Ahmad Brooks used to play for Lewis in Cincinnati. Lewis also said he has studied the 49ers during the offseason because he knew was going to face them in the third game of the season.Also, Lewis is familiar with 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and the 49ers' scheme after serving as the Steelers linebackers coach from 1993-95. Fangio uses the same Dom Capers-like 3-4 defensive philosophy.I was part of that since the inception, Lewis said. So I understand that inside and out the principles and things that are trying to be done.SERIES HISTORY This is the 12th regular season meeting between the two teams. The 49ers beat the Bengals to win their first Super Bowl following the 1981 season by a score of 20-16. The teams met seven season later in Super Bowl XXIII with Joe Montana leading the 49ers to a win in the waning seconds by finding John Taylor in the end zone with a 10-yard scoring pass. The 49ers hold the highest winning percentage .769 against Cincinnati than any other team.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

Peyton Manning or no, Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau expects the Indianapolis Colts to run their offense against the Steelers with veteran quarterback Kerry Collins Sunday night.They're still going no-huddle, LeBeau stated after practice Thursday. But they're not going to run the same offense that Peyton runs; there's only one Peyton. But they're running their offense and running no-huddle.LeBeau will have two replacements starting on defense. William Gay will make his second consecutive start at left cornerback, even though regular Bryant McFadden shook off the hamstring problem that kept him out of the second game to practice all week. And Ziggy Hood will start at right defensive end in place of injured Brett Keisel, who has a first-degree PCL sprain in his left knee.LeBeau said not starting McFadden is a reflection of his health right now.It's uncertain whether McFadden will enter the game when they go to the nickel defense, or if they will send in Keenan Lewis as they did against Seattle. The Steelers are expected to perhaps open up in the nickel because of the way the Colts use multiple receivers and the no-huddle.Pittsburgh has been using top cornerback Ike Taylor to cover the opponent's best receiver, which has required him to move to different sides, depending on how the offense lines up. That should not be a problem this week because Reggie Wayne lines up across from Taylor's normal position, right cornerback.The Steelers would like to get their ground game going against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, something they have not been able to do in their first two games.Even in their 24-0 win at home against Seattle, they were sluggish on the ground, where they were stuffed on two drives that reached first downs at the Seahawks' 1- and 2-yard lines.Pittsburgh averages 95 yards per game rushing and just 3.7 yards per carry. It is very unSteelers-like and they'd like to begin rectifying it this week.I don't think there's anything wrong with our running game, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said.It's early but the signs are not good, and it mainly falls on the shoulders of an offensive line that has been in flux and may continue to be. Wednesday, Pro Bowl center Maurkice Pouncey was limited in practice with a new injury, this time a hamstring. He had been fighting through a left ankle sprain for several weeks, wearing a brace on it.That is not good news for a makeshift line. Pouncey was the only starter to open the 2010 season and the 2011 season in the Steelers' line. It does look as though they will get Chris Kemoeatu back at left guard this week after he missed one game with a swollen knee.The lack of faith in the running game may have prompted Roethlisberger to silently check out of a run on third down at Seattle's 2 on Sunday, after two series failures at the goal line in the first half.Without telling anyone and by merely giving Mike Wallace a certain look, Roethlisberger dropped back instead of handing off. He threw a fade pass in the left corner of the end zone that Wallace caught for a two-yard touchdown.It's one of those things that worked out good and if it didn't work we'd probably get yelled at for it, Roethlisberger said.The Colts are traditionally a team that gives up run yardage, and their pass defense has been the skimpiest in the league since 2006 with an average of just 189.9 yards permitted per game. With that and the expected noise in Lucas Oil Stadium Sunday night, the Steelers would rather not give an edge to the Colts' dynamic duo of pass-rushing ends Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis.Disrupt, speed, spin moves, they're built for that turf, and the crowd noise, Roethlisberger mentioned as to facing Freeney and Mathis when trying to pass. When you have to do silent counts and stuff like that, they can get off the ball. They're basically like linebackers who are big and strong. They're so fast. It's such a huge challenge for these guys this week. You have to make sure you spend time with tight ends and backs, chipping and helping out.Not so much, though, if they can successfully run the ball.SERIES HISTORY 21st meeting, Pittsburgh leads the all-time regular season series, 14-6. They are 1-2 at Indianapolis in the regular season. This is their first game at the new Lucas Oil Stadium. The Steelers also are 5-0 vs. the Colts in the post-season, including a 21-18 victory in their most recent visit to Indianapolis in the 2005 season. The Steelers only regular-season victory at Indy cam in 1991. They lost their most recent game against the Colts at home in 2008, 24-20.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant quadriceps returned to practice on Saturday and remains questionable for Monday night's game against the Washington Redskins. Bryant practiced Saturday for the first time since getting injured in Week 1. ESPN's Ed Werder reported Friday that Bryant has made "substantial progress" and "in all likelihood" will play against the Redskins. However, it's likely he'll be a game time decision. Bryant's thigh injury that occurred in the season opener against the Jets was "a little more serious" than the Cowboys initially believed. He sat out of Week 2's win over San Francisco and was held out of Cowboys practice Thursday and Friday this week. Bryant had three catches for 71 yards and a touchdown before being removed from the Week 1 loss to the Jets.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

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Bears' Wright, Harris, Barber inactive
CHICAGO AP - The Chicago Bears held starting safeties Major Wright and Chris Harris and running back Marion Barber out of Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers because of injuries.Receiver Roy Williams was active for Chicago after missing a game because of a groin problem.Wright suffered a head and neck injury against New Orleans last week, while Harris missed his second game with a hamstring injury. Brandon Meriweather started at free safety for Wright, with Craig Steltz filling in at strong safety for Harris.Barber missed his third game because of a calf injury after being listed as questionable.The Packers were missing Pro Bowl safety Nick Collins, who suffered a season-ending neck injury against Carolina last week. Copyright 2011 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use ordistribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and TheAssociated Press is strictly prohibited. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare
Titans survive Britt injury, beat Broncos 17-14
By Bucky Dent NASHVILLE The Tennessee Titans may have lost star wide receiver Kenny Britt to a knee injury Sunday, but quarterback Matt Hasselbeck had enough to lead a second straight win. With Britt out of action after injuring his right knee in the second quarter, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck led a 95-yard drive in the fourth quarter, hitting tight end Daniel Graham with a 4-yard touchdown pass with 4:24 left for a 17-14 win over Denver at LP Field. It was the second straight home win for Tennessee 2-1, which saw Britt get carted off the field with 5:55 left in the first half after he lost a fumble as he tried to make yardage on a short pass in the right flat. He was declared out of the game early in the second half and his status for next week's game in Cleveland wasn't known. "It's really hard to tell," Titans coach Mike Munchak said. "I've injured my knee before and you just don't know." But Hasselbeck managed to put the winning drive together without his favorite weapon, largely on the strength of a 58-yard connection with Craig Stevens on a seam pattern which put the ball at the Broncos' 25-yard line. Following an eight-yard run by Chris Johnson and a 13-yard pass to Nate Washington, Hasselbeck play-faked to Johnson and lobbed the winning score to Graham, who played the last four years in Denver. "We've run that play in practice every day and he's never been that open until now," Hasselbeck said. "You just don't know what's going to happen until guys get out there in pads. I was almost celebrating before I threw the ball." Broncos' quarterback Kyle Orton, who completed 24-of-39 passes for 173 yards and two 5-yard touchdown passes one to Matthew Willis in the first quarter and the other to veteran running back Willis McGahee with 1:17 left in the third quarter maneuvered his team into Titan territory on a 20-yard pass to Brandon Lloyd. But Orton ended Denver's hopes when his 3rd down pass from the Tennessee 39 was tipped by Jason Jones and intercepted by Will Witherspoon with 1:39 left. It was the second huge play of the fourth quarter for the Titan defense, which made a goal-line stand early in the fourth quarter after Hasselbeck fumbled to Derrick Harvey while being sacked at the Tennessee 13. With 4th-and-goal at the 1, Broncos coach John Fox sent Matt Prater on for a 19-yard field goal try. But Fox called timeout and then changed his mind, waving Orton and the offense back on the field. However, McGahee's run up the middle was snuffed out by Derrick Morgan for no gain. "I think at the end of the day on the road, 4th and not even a full yard, I will do it again next week," Fox said. "We have to be able to get that, and execute that, and unfortunately, we didn't." "Great, great stop by the defense," Munchak said. Despite Britt's injury and a third straight sub-par game for Johnson, who was held to 21 yards on 13 carries and has rushed for just 98 total yards in three games, Hasselbeck enjoyed another outstanding game. The long-time Seattle quarterback hit 27-of-36 attempts for 311 yards and two scores. "It was a little confusing in the huddle and with our routes," he said of his team's reaction after Britt's injury. "You feel angry and frustrated, but there's nothing you can do about it. You just have to find a way to make things happen." The first was a 14-yard strike to Washington with 11:37 left in the first half that evened the score at 7-7. Washington, taking over as the top target in Britt's absence, caught eight passes for 92 yards. Rob Bironas' 46-yard field goal with 1:11 left in the first half gave Tennessee a 10-7 halftime lead. Denver finished with just 231 yards of offense. McGahee, who collected 101 yards in last week's 24-22 win over Cincinnati, couldn't find much running room in this one as he managed only 52 yards on 22 attempts. GAME NOTES: Titans P Brett Kern matched Johnson's 21 rushing yards in the game by accident, picking up a bad snap in the second quarter and lugging it down the right side for a first down that set up Bironas' field goal ??? Three Denver starters CB Champ Bailey, DE Elvis Dumervil and WR Eddie Royal were inactive with injuries ??? Hasselbeck spread his 27 completions among 11 receivers.Copyright C 2011 The Sports Xchange. All Rights Reserved. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. AP - Blaine Gabbert led the Jacksonville Jaguars to a touchdown through a torrential downpour on the final play of the first half, then drove his team within reach of a comeback victory.He just couldn't quite snatch a win away from fellow rookie quarterback Cam Newton.Gabbert threw for 139 yards and a touchdown in his starting debut as the Jaguars lost 16-10 to the Carolina Panthers, falling short in his matchup with Newton - the No. 1 overall draft pick."It's tough to not come away with a win," Gabbert said, "especially after leading for most of the game."Gabbert, the 10th pick out of Missouri, completed 12 of 21 passes, but he fumbled three snaps - the Jaguars recovered each one - and threw an interception on a day in which the heavy rain through the second and third quarter slowed the game to a crawl. He found Mike Thomas for a 36-yard touchdown pass on the final play of the half despite the poor conditions for a 10-5 lead."It was a good start for him, considering it was a hurricane," said Maurice Jones-Drew, who ran for 122 yards.Gabbert drove the Jaguars to the 36-yard line in the final seconds. But after officials upheld a 9-yard catch by Marcedes Lewis on a review with 16 seconds left, Gabbert and the timeout-less Jaguars managed to get only one more snap. Carolina linebacker Thomas Williams deflected Gabbert's pass for Jason Hill to end the game."There was some confusion out there and we weren't prepared," Gabbert said. "That falls on my shoulders for us not to have gotten that snap off sooner. We should have had two shots at the end zone."For the Panthers, Newton found Greg Olsen over the middle for a 16-yard touchdown with 4:20 left for the go-ahead score. Newton also found Olsen for the ensuing 2-point conversion that helped Carolina rally for its first win under new coach Ron Rivera.The Panthers seriously considered taking Gabbert with the top pick before deciding on the Heisman Trophy winner out of Auburn. The decision has certainly paid off so far, with Newton energizing the Charlotte area while giving the franchise the type of exciting player it has never really had.Newton wasn't sharp early, overthrowing several open receivers and managing to direct only one first-half scoring drive that ended with a field goal early in the second quarter.Things didn't start out well for Gabbert, either. With the Jaguars taking over at their own 10 on their first series, offensive lineman Eugene Monroe was penalized for illegal use of hands to wipe out a chain-moving completion on Gabbert's first throw. That backed the Jags up even more, and Greg Hardy got past Guy Whimper on the right side to trip up Gabbert in the end zone for a safety.His next drive wasn't much better, starting at the Jacksonville 6 and ending when Charles Johnson sacked Gabbert on third down. He got the Jaguars on the board by directing a field goal drive, aided by the Panthers jumping offside on a punt to give Jacksonville a first down after what was going to be a three-and-out.Conditions got even tougher for both passers when the heavy rain arrived, sending fans fleeing to the concourse for cover and leaving massive puddles on the field and around the sidelines.But Gabbert and the Jaguars came up with a stunning scoring drive right before the half, with Thomas catching the long pass from Gabbert and leaping across the goal line as time expired for the 10-5 lead. Copyright 2011 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use ordistribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and TheAssociated Press is strictly prohibited. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare
MINNEAPOLIS AP - After consecutive second-half stumbles to start the season, the Minnesota Vikings came up with an encore even more painful and stunning for them to fathom.Matthew Stafford threw two touchdown passes in the second half to Calvin Johnson to rally Detroit from a 20-0 halftime deficit, and Jason Hanson's fourth field goal of the game gave the Lions a 26-23 overtime victory over the Vikings on Sunday."We have the talent. We have the ability. We have the work ethic," linebacker Chad Greenway said, his voice on the verge of cracking. "We've just got to go out there and get the win."With defensive end Jared Allen vehemently leading the charge to keep their edge, the Vikings emerged from the break with plenty of verve - only to falter again in similar fashion. They led San Diego 17-7 at intermission and lost 24-17, then were ahead of Tampa Bay 17-0 at halftime before losing 24-20.The signature moment for the Vikings this time was early in the fourth quarter, facing fourth-and-1 at Detroit's 17-yard line.The crowd was revved up and the players on offense so determined to score that they waved at the field-goal unit to stay off the field. Vikings coach Leslie Frazier decided to go for it, refusing to settle for a kick with the Lions roaring back and within three points.Toby Gerhart was stood up at the line after a quick inside handoff, and the Lions went the other way to tie the game. Adrian Peterson rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown, but only 5 of those yards came in the second half."I thought it was a great call. Obviously as you look at it now, everyone would say probably give the ball to Adrian," quarterback Donovan McNabb said. "But we thought we had a great call. Nobody expected Toby to get it. I thought we had it."Johnson had seven receptions for 108 yards, including an over-the-shoulder, Willie Mays-style 40-yard catch in overtime to set up Hanson's winner, and the Lions are 3-0 for the first time since 1980. They hadn't won in the Metrodome since 1997, snapping a 13-game road skid against the Vikings.The Vikings were too consumed - and confused - by their own collapse to recognize the significance of this win for the Lions."We've got the right guys on our football team. It seems dire right now, but we'll get it turned around," Frazier said.Stafford completed 32 of 46 passes for 378 yards, and he saved his best throw of the day for his last to Johnson.With a blitzing Greenway in Stafford's grill, the third-year quarterback heaved a pass off his back foot in Johnson's direction. The 6-foot-5 Johnson hauled in the ball with Cedric Griffin all over him, and Hanson calmly came out to end the game.The Vikings sacked Stafford five times, three by Allen and two by fellow defensive end Brian Robison, and held the Lions to 20 yards rushing on 19 attempts. Griffin, Chris Cook and Antoine Winfield played mostly tight coverage on Johnson and the rest of the wide receivers, too, so Stafford used his only option - tight end Brandon Pettigrew in the middle of the field.Pettigrew had 11 catches for 112 yards."Couldn't possibly think of messing up that bad, giving up 20-some points in the second half. They're not throwing anything major downfield. Just lollipops on some of those throws. I know Calvin's big, but good Lord, we've got to do something," said defensive tackle Kevin Williams, who returned from a two-game suspension.The Vikings have outscored their opponents 54-7 in the first half this year. They've been outscored 67-6 after halftime.On third downs in the second half, the Vikings have converted only 1 of 15 opportunities. The other teams are 13 for 22."If I had to write it, maybe I'd have writer's block," Allen said.He was seen yelling on the sideline in the second half as the Lions were climbing back into the game."In my opinion, it's not OK to let them score," Allen said. "It's not OK to let these things snowball again. It's not OK that we've lost three games in the second half. It's not OK that we've given up - what is it - a 10-point lead, a 17-point lead and now a 20-point lead? That's unacceptable."So back to work they go."If you'd have told me this would happen the third week in a row, I'd have told you you were crazy," wide receiver Percy Harvin said.NOTES: Harvin was on the sideline for much of the fourth quarter, but this wasn't because of certain plays. He took a hit on a kickoff return - Frazier said he might've got the wind knocked out of him - and was seen vomiting into a garbage can. Harvin said he was fine afterward. ... McNabb was bothered by a sore right wrist after taking a shot during a sack. He blamed one missed throw on the stiffness. ... Michael Jenkins led the Vikings with nine catches for 88 yards. Copyright 2011 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use ordistribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and TheAssociated Press is strictly prohibited. PrintEmail a FriendFacebookTwitterStumbleUponGoogle BuzzYahoo!DiggDeliciousShare

 

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 SAN DIEGO --  Punter Mike Scifres, hampered last season by San Diego's brutal specials teams breakdowns, agreed Wednesday to a five-year contract extension that will keep him with the Chargers through 2016.The deal is worth just under $19 million in new money, with just more than $10 million guaranteed.AFC West blogESPN's Bill Williamson writes about all things AFC West in his division blog.Blog network: NFL NationScifres said he had no intention of testing the free-agent market when his current deal was scheduled to expire at the end of this season."For me, it's knowing that I'm going to be here," said Scifres, who joined the Chargers as a fifth-round draft pick in 2003. "I didn't get to that free agent period, my contract didn't run out. And that's the important thing for us, to keep this team together. This team is capable of so much. Look at this locker room. It has unbelievable things written all over it and I'm just happy to be a part of it still and for the next five years."This is the place I started and this is the place I want to finish, and now it's possible."Scifres has consistently been one of the NFL's best punters and was a Pro Bowl alternate from 2004-09.While Scifres' gross average was a team-record 46.7 yards last year, he was a victim of the Chargers' poor special teams play. He had four punts blocked and another deflected, helping to drop his net average to 30.8 yards.After the Chargers missed the playoffs, special teams coach Steve Crosby was fired and replaced by Rich Bisaccia."It's a new season, a new group of guys and everybody's upbeat and can't wait," Scifres said. "Coach Bisaccia came in here and everybody's bought in to what he's trying to do. In the preseason we showed that we have a bunch of guys that are dedicated to making our special teams better, and we get a chance to start Sunday."The Chargers open at home against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

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ASHBURN, Va. --  Let's get the friendly trash-talk out of the way first. Washington Redskins defensive tackle Barry Cofield, after playing five years with the New York Giants, is telling tales on his pals as he prepares to face his old team on Sunday.Cofield, with a smile: "Every weakness I think they've got, is going to be shared with my new teammates."Giants defensive end Justin Tuck: "If he thinks we're dumb enough to not change them, he's crazy."NFC East blogESPN's Dan Graziano writes about all things NFC East in his division blog.Blog network: NFL NationThen there's that "Taser dance" that Cofield does when he makes a sack, a shimmy that looks as if it belongs in an old Michael Jackson video. Cofield's not planning a more hyped-up version if he gets to Eli Manning.Cofield: "It's already a hyped-up dance, I'm just hoping I'm able to bring it out."Tuck: "I'm just going to try to make sure that I do his sack dance before he does."Cofield took fond memories and friendships with him when he left the Giants for a big free agent payday, signing a 6-year, $36 million deal with $12.5 million guaranteed to come to Washington at the end of the NFL lockout. He stays in touch with his old teammates and can't wait to see them."After the game, I'll hug everybody," Cofield said. "Everybody on the roster gets a hug."Cofield has already proven himself worthy of hugs many times over during his first month or so with the Redskins, if nothing else for simply being the anti-Albert Haynesworth. Haynesworth sulked over the idea of trying to play nose tackle in a 3-4 defense; Cofield has embraced it. Haynesworth became a pariah; Cofield is a natural leader."We needed a player like that, a player that's selfless," linebacker Brian Orakpo said, "that's going to come out there, use his big body to fill up those gaps for us and put pressure on the quarterback, push the pocket, everything that a good nose tackle in a 3-4 would do. You see it in Casey Hampton, you see it in all those other guys around the league. That's what they do, and Barry's doing that for us."Cofield is also doing a good job of debunking the notion that NFL players need all of those offseason minicamps and other workouts to learn a scheme and mesh with a new team. Teammates say he fit in seamlessly and picked up the new defense flawlessly in just a few weeks -- even in the compressed timetable caused by the lockout.That's because he's a top-notch student. Remember those awkward days at the start of training camp when the new free agents could attend practice but not take part because of the funky post-lockout rules? While the other non-participants stood and watched, Cofield pulled out a pen and was taking notes on his play sheet. During the long days of camp, Cofield said he put in an extra hour of study every night -- examining film or the play book -- so he could get up to scratch in a hurry."It's something I knew I had to have coming to a new defense, and being on such a truncated schedule, not having a whole offseason," Cofield said. "I knew it was something that I was going to have to focus on, learning the nuances of playing nose tackle, studying some Casey Hampton tape, guys like that who have been doing it. I feel like I'm ahead of schedule."As of last week, Cofield said his comfort level was at 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. He's also had success lobbying defensive coordinator Jim Haslet to get some playing time on third down as part of the nickel package."I'm just another piece to the puzzle," Cofield said. "I know I can add that dimension. I'm not your prototypical nose tackle who's 340 pounds and just plays in a phone booth. I play sideline-to-sideline."Cofield is listed at 306 pounds, small for his position. But he says that was his weight from the NFL Combine five years ago and it's never been updated."I'm a little bigger than a lot of people think I am," he said. "A gentleman never reveals his weight."Cofield realizes he'll be scrutinized to see if he's worth his contract. He gets to start from a low bar -- the Redskins had the second worst defense in the league last year. Right now, though, it's time to figure out a way to best channel the adrenaline when he sees Tuck and friends on Sunday."It's a dream scenario," Cofield said. 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 Update:Beason (Achilles'), who was limited in practice Wednesday, said he was "feeling pretty good" and is working to be ready to play Sunday against the Cardinals, the Gaston Gazette reports.Recommendation:Beason is the best tackler in Carolina and there will be a big void in the defense if he can't go.  With that being said, it sounds like Beason is doing all he can do to make sure he will be as healthy as possible for Sunday's regular season opener.

 
  Matt Forte: Heavy Workload Looms
  Update:Forte will shoulder the load Sunday against the Falcons with backup Marion Barber(notes) (calf) out, the Chicago Tribune reports.Recommendation:Forte's only competition for carries is now Kahlil Bell, who though impressive in the preseason, did not have a single carry during 2010. Forte should be in for a Week 1 workload at least as big as what was typical for him in 2010, if not more now that Chester Taylor(notes) isn't around.

 
  Derrick Ward: Still Ahead of Tate
  Update:Ward remains ahead of Ben Tate(notes) on Houston's running back depth chart, the Houston Chronicle reports.Recommendation:Ward has been taking snaps ahead of Tate while the Texans gear up for Sunday's game against Indianapolis with the possibility of Arian Foster(notes) (hamstring) not being available.

 
  Marion Barber: (Calf) Ruled Out For Sunday
  Update:Barber (calf) will be held out of Sunday's game against the Falcons, a source tells the Chicago TribuneRecommendation:And there goes the air from Barber's preseason balloon.  Though Barber looked impressive during camp, nagging injuries have held him back during his time in Dallas, so this isn't exactly a good sign of things to come.  Matt Forte(notes) should now be in line for a big workload against the Falcons on Sunday, with only Kahlil Bell behind him.

 
  Dolphins bring back veteran RB Johnson
  Dolphins bring back veteran RB Johnson                  The Dolphins re-signed veteran RB Larry Johnson(notes) on Thursday and waived OG Ray Feinga(notes). Johnson was in camp with Miami before being cut last weekend.An eighth-year veteran, Johnson played in just two games last season with the Redskins. He hasn't played all 16 games in a season since 2006, when he rushed for 1,789 yards and 17 scores for the Chiefs. In 2005-2006, Johnson was one of the game's elite backs, but injuries have hampered his career since.Feinga, a reserve guard, played in three games last season.Johnson joins a running back corps that includes Reggie Bush(notes), rookie Daniel Thomas(notes) and Lex Hilliard(notes).                                                                                                                                                            The way we see itBringing Johnson back appears to be a sign that Thomas simply isn't as ready as the Dolphins were hoping for his first NFL action. When he was drafted, Thomas looked like a 200-plus carry type of back, but he struggled in the preseason. Johnson provides the team with a big back who will likely be used near the goal line, it's just a question of how much he can contribute at this point in his career.

 
  Finnegan named one of Titans' captains
  Normally a team naming its captains for a season is a formality and seldom raises any attention.But the Tennessee Titans defensive captain for 2011 is worth noting, according to TitanInsider.com.                                                                                                                                                            Cornerback Cortland Finnegan(notes) has been bestowed with the honor by his teammates, along with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck(notes) on offense and linebacker Tim Shaw(notes) on special teams.Finnegan's election as captain is an interesting occurrencefor a player who at times has made headlines for not quite the reasons you would want to on the field.Last year, Finnegan had a particularly rough season, from the whole "dirtiest player in the NFL” aspirations he openly talked about (and ultimately was selected as) to his publicized on-field fight with Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson(notes).But this year, Finnegan spearheaded the Titans' off-season workouts during the lockout, gathering more than 40 teammates in Nashville to work out together in lieu of OTAs.And even when he had a bad hiccup with his weekend walkout of training camp over a contract dispute, Finnegan returned, offered an apology and accepted the responsibility of his actions.Perhaps it is a sign that his teammates believe Finnegan will now go back to being recognized for his play on the field and not the extracurricular things that have plagued him in the past.Follow me on Twitter TitanInsider247 and terrymc13Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.compersonalized Chicago Bears Jersey, Brian Urlacher Jersey Outlet, Customized Chicago Bears Jersey, Customized Cowboys Jersey, custom Cowboys Jersey, custom Patriots Jersey, Cheap New Orleans Saints Jersey, Customized Bears Jersey, Cheap Chicago Bears Jersey, custom Dallas Cowboys Jersey, Orleans Saints Jersey, New England Patriots Jersey, Chicago Bears Jersey Outlet, Dallas Cowboys Jersey, Customized New England Patriots Jersey, Customized Saints Jersey, New Orleans Saints Jersey Outlet, Customized Dallas Cowboys Jersey, Customized New Orleans Saints Jersey, Cowboys Jersey , custom New Orleans Saints Jersey, Customized Patriots Jersey, Cheap New England Patriots Jersey, custom Bears Jersey, Official Dallas Cowboys Jersey, Chicago Bears Jersey, Cheap Brian Urlacher Jersey, custom Saints Jersey, custom Chicago Bears Jersey, custom New England Patriots Jersey, Patriots Jersey Outlet

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 OAKLAND (8-8) At DENVER (4-12)Monday, 8:15 p.m., ESPN                                                                                                                                                            OPENING LINEPick em2010 RECORD VS. SPREADOakland 8-8; Broncos 5-11SERIES RECORDRaiders lead 58-41-2LAST MEETINGRaiders beat Broncos 39-23, Dec. 19, 2010RAIDERS OFFENSEOVERALL (10), RUSH (2), PASS (23)RAIDERS DEFENSEOVERALL (11), RUSH (29), PASS (2)BRONCOS OFFENSEOVERALL (13), RUSH (26), PASS (7)BRONCOS DEFENSEOVERALL (32), RUSH (31), PASS (25)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTESRaiders scored most points in their history with59-14 thumping of Broncos in last trip to Denver, sparked by Darren McFadden's(notes)165 yards and three TDs.  Hue Jackson making Raiders head coaching debut,John Fox making Broncos head coaching debut after coming over from Carolina. Raiders going for eighth straight win against AFC West opponent.  QB JasonCampbell(notes) is 3-0 vs. Denver.  Raiders averaged 155.9 ypg last season,second-most in NFL, and Broncos allowed 154.6 ypg, second-worst in league. McFadden averaged 6.2 yards per carry against Denver (79 rushes for 487 yards). DE Richard Seymour(notes) needs 1 1/2 sacks to reach 50 for career.  Broncos 16-6in last 22 openers and 32-18-1 overall, best in AFC.  QB Kyle Orton(notes) 21-9 asstarter at home. He needs 226 yards passing to reach 13,000 for career.  RBWillis McGahee(notes) makes Broncos debut, joining Knowshon Moreno(notes) in backfield.  InMcGahee's last game against Oakland (on Jan. 3, 2010 with Baltimore), he ran for167 yards and 3 TDs.  WR Brandon Lloyd(notes) led league with career-best 1,448yards receiving on career-high 77 catches last season.  DE Elvis Dumervil(notes) hassix sacks in eight career games vs. Raiders.

 
  NFL Capsule: Patriots at Dolphins
  NEW ENGLAND (14-3) At MIAMI (7-9)Monday, 7 p.m., ESPN                                                                                                                                                            OPENING LINEPatriots by 42010 RECORD VS. SPREADMiami 8-8; New England 11-6SERIES RECORDDolphins lead 50-41LAST MEETINGPatriots beat Dolphins 38-7, Jan. 2, 2011DOLPHINS OFFENSEOVERALL (21), RUSH (21), PASS (16)DOLPHINS DEFENSEOVERALL (6), RUSH (7), PASS (8)PATRIOTS OFFENSEOVERALL (8), RUSH (9), PASS (11)PATRIOTS DEFENSEOVERALL (25), RUSH (11), PASS (30)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTESPatriots and Dolphins 3-3 when facing each otherin season openers.  Patriots scored almost twice as many points as Miami lastyear, 518 to 273.  En route to AFC East title last season, New England beatDolphins twice while outscoring them 79-21.  Patriots have started past sevenseasons 1-0.  Tom Brady(notes) has thrown NFL record 335 consecutive passes withoutinterception.  Brady has won five of past six games against Dolphins whilethrowing 15 TD passes with five interceptions.  Wes Welker(notes) has 55 catches inseven games against Miami, his former team.  Patriots are 48-14 against AFCEast over past 10 years. That's best intradivisional record in NFL.  Hall ofFamers Dan Marino, Bob Griese, Dwight Stephenson and Larry Little will beDolphins' honorary captains.  Dolphins LB Kevin Burnett(notes) will open season onMonday Night Football for third consecutive year.  Miami has played in 76Monday night games, most in NFL.  With top draft pick Mike Pouncey(notes), Dolphinswill have different starter at center for fourth season opener in row. Dolphins RB Reggie Bush(notes) has never faced Patriots.

 
  NFL Capsule: Cowboys at NY Jets
  DALLAS (6-10) At NEW YORK JETS (11-5)Sunday, 8:20 p.m., NBC                                                                                                                                                            OPENING LINEJets by 42010 RECORD VS. SPREADDallas 7-9; New York 11-8SERIES RECORDCowboys lead 7-2LAST MEETINGCowboys 34, New York 3, Nov. 22, 2007, at Cowboys Stadium.COWBOYS OFFENSEOVERALL (7), RUSH (16), PASS (6)COWBOYS DEFENSEOVERALL (23), RUSH (12), PASS (26)JETS OFFENSEOVERALL (11), RUSH (4), PASS (22)JETS DEFENSEOVERALL (3), RUSH (3), PASS (6)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTESSeason opener features several story lines,perhaps none bigger than setting being 10th anniversary of terrorist attacks;MetLife Stadium a few miles across Hudson River from World Trade Center site.Several events planned to commemorate event before game and at halftime,including children of first responders serving as honorary team captains. Game pits Jets coach Rex Ryan against twin brother Rob, Cowboys' defensivecoordinator. Rex leads 5-3 in sibling rivalry, which dates to their collegecoaching days.  Cowboys coach Jason Garrett makes debut as team's full-timecoach after going 5-3 as interim last season.  Dallas looking for 35thopening day win, 20th on road.  QB Tony Romo(notes) returns after missing final 10games of last season with broken collarbone.  Jason Witten(notes) needs 33 yardsreceiving to become seventh tight end to reach 7,000 career yards. He's fifth onCowboys' career receiving list in yards receiving, 329 from passing Hall ofFamer Bob Hayes for fourth.  WR Dez Bryant(notes) had injury-shortened first season,finishing with 45 receptions1 shy of tying Hayes for team's rookie mark. LB DeMarcus Ware(notes) has five straight seasons of 10 or more sacks, longest currentactive streak and four off Reggie White's NFL record.  Cowboys CB TerenceNewman(notes) has lingering groin problem and likely won't play; fellow starting CBMike Jenkins(notes) suffered knee injury at practice Wednesday; and RT Tyron Smith(notes) alsohad knee injury at practice.  Game marks return of Jets WR Plaxico Burress(notes),who hasn't played since 2008, while with Giants. He served 20 months in prisonon a gun charge after accidentally shooting himself in leg in November 2008. QB Mark Sanchez(notes) has 23 wins, including four in postseason, to tie him withBaltimore's Joe Flacco(notes) (2008-09) and Miami's Dan Marino (1983-84) forsecond-most among QBs in first two seasons since 1970. Pittsburgh's BenRoethlisberger(notes) (2004-05) had 27 in his first two seasons.  Shonn Greene(notes) takesover as team's starting RB in third season after serving as backup to LaDainianTomlinson(notes) last season.  Tomlinson, in second season with Jets, needs 259yards rushing to pass Jerome Bettis (13,662) for fifth place on NFL careerrushing list.  WR Derrick Mason(notes) makes Jets debut while entering 14th NFLseason, last six with Baltimore. He's NFL active leader with 11,891 yards, andcan become first player in league history with 60-plus catches and 750-plusyards receiving in 12 straight seasons.  Wayne Hunter(notes) replaces the retiredDamien Woody(notes) as Jets' RT on line that otherwise returns intact.  Jets return10 of 11 defensive starters, losing only DE Shaun Ellis(notes) (Patriots) from teamthat went to second straight AFC championship game last season.

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