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Jay Cutler, Kenyan Drake and Damien Williams provided a much-needed spark for Adam Gase’s offense, but the defense is starting to crumble on every level beyond the bad secondary. That’s bad news before facing the Panthers’ now-more-run-heavy attack. Cam Newton will complete a few needed deep shots while Christian McCaffrey helps by shooting past Miami’s linebackers. Meanwhile, Cutler is bound to go back to bad Bears mode with Luke Kuechly staring him down all night.
When Elliott’s suspension for violation of the league’s domestic violence policy was first announced in August (after a protracted one-year investigation by the NFL), there was significant consternation expressed by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in light of no charges ever being filed in the courts against the running back. But as the weeks have passed and Elliott has not missed a game, that discussion has toned down.
Derek Carr threw for 300 yards and a touchdown for the Raiders, while Marshawn Lynch rushed for two scores. Jared Cook tallied 126 receiving yards in the victory. Jay Cutler passed for three touchdowns and completed his first 15 passes.
Sporting News provided live updates throughout Sunday night’s game. Here’s how the Raiders came away with the road win.
Chris Thompson, RB, Washington Redskins: Thompson appeared to take the worst of a massive collision involving Kirk Cousins and two Saints defenders and remained down on the field as his right leg was attended to by Redskins medical personnel. He was helped off the field and loaded onto the cart as teammates gathered around him. An air cast was placed on his right leg, and he was declared out for the remainder of the contest.
The Titans and Jaguars are in a dead heat with a lot left to play before their second matchup. According to odds from Bovada, both the Titans and Jaguars are 11/10 to win the division.
The Titans have won four consecutive games after getting ripped by Deshaun Watson and going in the tank with Matt Cassel. But those opponents all were sub-.500 teams in Indianapolis, Cleveland, Baltimore and Cincinnati.
Five other Redskins sat out Tuesday, and eight were listed as limited.
Signed as a free agent after the team let DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon depart, Pryor caught just 20 passes for 240 yards and one touchdown. Gruden said Pryor battled the ankle injury since Week 2.
In the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 19-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns, Ngakoue registered 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles as he pressured Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer all game.
This was the fourth multi sack game for the second year sackmaster, as he took his total up to 9 sacks and 5 forced fumbles on the season with six games to spare.
The Jaguars defensive ends, including Ngakoue, have been destroying opposing QB’s all season (in combination with the Jags secondary), but with the addition of defensive tackle Marcell Dareus after a trade with the Buffalo Bills in week 8, the Jaguars have become even stouter defensively.
The Lions were stopped on third-and-14 after Stafford’s pass to Golden Tate was incomplete, but Packers defensive lineman Mike Daniels headbutted Lions center Travis Swanson.
The Braves lost 13 prospects and former general manager John Coppolella was banned for life by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for circumventing international signing rules from 2015 to 2017.
Former Atlanta special assistant Gordon Blakeley, who was the team’s international scouting chief, was suspended from baseball for one year by commissioner Rob Manfred.
“As we expressed last week, our organization has not lived up to the standard our fans expect from us and that we expect from ourselves. For that, we apologize. We are instituting the changes necessary to prevent this from ever happening again and remain excited about the future of Braves baseball.”
It was the 100th career goal for Schwartz, who had three points.
“Good to hit it but obviously I want to get a lot more,” Schwartz said. “It’s exciting. I never imagined doing that as a young kid.”
A goal by Schenn from the slot made it 4-0 with 19 seconds left in the period. Schwartz fed Schenn with a pass and he one-timed the puck by Brossoit.
Edmonton cut it to 4-1 when Milan Lucic scored at 6:09 of the third. St. Louis got the goal back when Scottie Upshall scored from just outside the crease on a pass from Chris Thorburn at 7:39.
The Packers did attempt four deep passes and Hundley was unable to connect each time. The longest gain of the night came on a short pass to Randall Cobb, who sprinted upfield for a 46-yard gain that included 34 yards after the catch. Cobb had five catches for 58 yards and his run-and-catch led to a Packers touchdown, but after the game was out of reach.
President Trump has spent the last month waging a loud, continuous, messy fight with the NFL over player protests during the national anthem. And while Trump has whipped up plenty of rage and support from his base over the protests, a new poll indicates that a majority of Americans believe he went too far in calling for the firing of players who protest.
More than two of every three Americans, 68 percent, believe the President was in error when he criticized NFL players and demanded their firing in a September Alabama rally, according to a new poll conducted by Marist on behalf of HBO. Only 28 percent said his response was appropriate. Poll respondents were more generous to Vice President Pence, with responses split at 47 percent apiece on whether Pence was correct to walk out of a Colts game following a protest during the anthem.
“If they want a pass rusher, they should bring in a pass rusher extraordinaire who was one of the dominant pass rushers of any era,” Rice told Laine. “What is it going to cost? You don’t have one.”
Rice also tweeted at Laine that “I can get them to the playoffs.” The Buccaneers are dead last in the NFL with seven sacks. No other team has fewer than 10. Tampa Bay has suffered a lot of defensive line injuries. On Wednesday they put end Noah Spence on injured reserve.
So there’s a need. Rice has 122 career sacks and wants to play. It seems like Rice wouldn’t have much to offer, since he looked finished his last NFL season with the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts, and that was 10 years ago. It’s never going to happen. But it sure would be entertaining if the Bucs took him up on his offer.
I know Peyton Manning Jersey complained about not getting a possession in OT that one year the Colts lost to the Chargers in the playoffs (which actually seemed like every year), but he was probably going to throw a crippling interception anyway. However, I would have liked to see what Tweez could have done with one more chance. He’s clearly a name to remember in the future.
Chicago has allowed 300 yards or less in each of its last five games — a stretch that included three wins, including one each against Ben Roethlisberger and Cam Newton. Holding the Panthers to 293 yards in over 38 minutes in Week 7 was especially impressive. Veteran Akiem Hicks, former second-rounder Eddie Goldman, fast-rising youngster Jonathan Bullard and the steady Mitch Unrein have been central to this effort. Linebackers Leonard Floyd, Danny Trevathan, Pernell McPhee and Christian Jones have been playing very well, also, for the NFL’s seventh-best defense.
Texans receiver broke his collarbone in the preseason and missed Houston’s first three games. He returned in Week 4 with a bang, posting two touchdowns on his four receptions against the Titans. Some of you probably added him off the waiver wire at that point, and many of you likely didn’t buy in. But in Week 5, he did it again. Two receptions, two touchdowns against the Chiefs. Fun while it lasted, right? Wait, what? You can’t be serious. ANOTHER touchdown on one of his two receptions against the Browns in Week 6!? Stop the madness!
Browns coach Hue Jackson is going back to Kizer, the team announced Wednesday. He’ll start Sunday in London against the Minnesota Vikings. When Kizer was benched for Week 6 and Kevin Hogan started, Jackson said he thought Kizer learned the lessons he wanted him to learn. Now maybe Kizer has learned more lessons from his in-game benching in Week 7. Or, maybe the rookie has had his confidence ruined and will be looking over his shoulder with every errant pass. Either way.
Now, Fuller leads all NFL receivers in fantasy points per game, averaging a ridiculous 15.43 through three contests. Yep, that’s more than even Antonio Brown. Fuller has caught eight passes and scored on five of them. His 62.5 percent touchdown rate is complete lunacy.
He’s also allowed just 24 home runs (0.4 per nine) and a mere 384 hits, an impressive 6.4 per nine innings. In other words, Ohtani has the profile you’d expect from an accomplished young star with a triple-digit fastball. As a hitter, he has a career .286/.358/.500 slash line and has played a good deal of games in the outfield, so when we say he’s a good-hitting pitcher, we don’t mean it in the left-handed-compliment sense, as when we praise Madison Bumgarner’s offense while implicitly noting that pitchers hit terribly. Ohtani is in actual good-hitter territory.
Parker suffered a ruptured left quadriceps tendon last season during the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets and underwent surgery. But Parker continues to inch closer toward returning, and Popovich said he thinks Parker will be back “very soon.”
“For real, sooner than later. And I’m serious. I’m being honest,” he said.
I know it’s early, but early happened to him. Lonzo Ball is the most over-hyped player I have ever seen. May he catch his stride ????
The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Joe Flacco is in the midst of one of the worst seasons of his career. Bad throws and poor decisions are the reasons why he ranks among the league leaders with 11 interceptions. But Flacco hasn’t had much help. Protection has been shoddy because the offensive line has been hit with injuries, and Flacco’s receivers have dropped too many passes. The Ravens need him to cut down on turnovers and stretch the field more in order to get them back to the playoffs for the first time since 2014. — Jamison Hensley
Two sources told Yahoo Sports that Kaepernick has agreed to attend a meeting between a coalition of NFL players and owners sometime next week, in which the two sides will continue talks about the league’s engagement in social activism efforts. It’s the second time he has been invited to the meetings by members of the players’ coalition, but declined his first invite after confusion about whether the NFL was open to his attendance. This time around, the NFL has been notified that Kaepernick has been invited to join the meeting, despite it coming in the midst of his grievance against the league for allegedly conspiring to freeze him out of a job.
On the Cardinals subreddit, fans have found a new coping mechanism — ornithology.
The Browns have to figure out what they want. If they are desperate for wins at 0-7 – and this coaching staff that has lost 22 of 23 games probably should be – they should play the quarterback who gives them the best chance to win. If that’s Kizer, fine. Then stick with him even through the inevitable rookie mistakes. If player development is their goal – and since they’re not exactly making the playoffs this season, that is the objective that’s best for the franchise – then quit yanking Kizer around. It’s not like the Philadelphia Eagles hooked Carson Wentz (sorry, Browns fans) for every mistake as a rookie, and he has benefited from that this season.
When the Browns turned to Kizer as their starting quarterback at the beginning of the season, they had to know he was raw and there would be mistakes. Doing this weekly dance of waiting until he makes one or two of those mistakes and pulling him for Hogan or Cody Kessler Jersey or whichever quarterback the Browns have stashed on the bench isn’t good for anyone.
But Kizer gets another shot in Week 8. We’ll see how long it lasts this time.
Dwight Howard had 26 points and 13 rebounds, including a key block at the end of regulation and a crucial offensive rebound in overtime, in the Charlotte Hornets’ 129-124 victory over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist added a driving layup and Lamb buried a jumper from just beyond the foul line to push the lead to six with 1:24 remaining. But the big basket came when Lamb shot an air-ball on a 3-pointer and Howard grabbed the ball out of the air and laid it in to beat the shot clock.
The Wizards had allowed just 100 points in their previous seven games, but the Hornets shot 47 percent from the field.
Hornets guard Nic Batum left the game in the second quarter with a left elbow contusion and did not return. Batum missed the first 12 games of season with a torn ulnar collateral ligament in the same elbow.
If Batum is unable to go, Lamb would return to the starting lineup and rookie Malik Monk would likely see additional playing time. Fans began chanting “we want Monk” in the fourth quarter with the Hornets trailing by five points.
The NFL announced before Sunday’s Raiders-Patriots game in Mexico City that the league reached an agreement to continue playing one regular-season game a year in Mexico through 2021.
On Monday, Pats coach Bill Belichick, appearing on WEEI in Boston, said he isn’t exactly eager for his team to go back:
“Personally, I wouldn’t be in any big rush to do it again. It’s a long way to go for a game. There’s a lot to it in terms of all the logistics of it. They are not used to having a NFL team so you have to go in there and handle a lot of the logistics. It took a lot of manpower, a lot of hours, a lot of energy out of our organization to do that. This week, we’re tired. We are exhausted from the trip. It was a good trip, but it took a lot out of us I think.
Benjamin will be reunited with Bills coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane, both of whom used to work in Carolina. His arrival gives quarterback Tyrod Taylor a No. 1 receiver after Buffalo dealt away top receiver Sammy Watkins in August. Without Watkins, the team’s receivers have caught 45 passes for 594 yards, the lowest totals for that position group in the NFL. Benjamin has 32 catches for two touchdowns and a Panthers-best 475 yards this season.
I let them do all of that, that’s not where my energy is. It’s not about the bottom line. I’ll get more involved if it turns into a brand. As far as my immediate goal right now, it’s just to get shoes on kids. We’ll continue to do it. We want to re-write what it means to be an athlete. You get cash, high fives and hugs but it’s a lot more than that.
Christian Covington, DE, Houston Texans: Covington suffered an arm injury in the second half of Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks, and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. He had seen an increased role since Texans defensive end J.J. Watt broke his leg in Week 5, and started Sunday in Seattle.
Lane Kiffin and Florida Atlantic have drawn a lot of attention during their current three-game winning streak, highlighted by a 69–31 romp over North Texas, one of the top teams in Conference USA, last weekend. The Owls are averaging 677 yards and 64 points in thier first two games this month. But the other new head coach down in South Florida also deserves some credit.
It makes sense as a blueprint since the Steelers QB played a style like Newton’s, willing to hold the ball and take hits early in his career.
To come out to Vegas and cover the first home game of the city’s first major league sports team.
Inaugural games are often fraught with mixed feelings. It’s hard to watch the L.A. Chargers without thinking of the fans left behind in San Diego. It will feel the same way when the Raiders eventually kick off in this same city, to know how many scorned fans remain in Oakland.
Manager A.J. Hinch, a congenial and even-tempered Stanford graduate, opened a news conference at Minute Maid by shooting down a report that he had been involved in a bar altercation with some rowdy Dodgers fans in Pasadena, California. Then commissioner Rob Manfred had to dispense some justice when TV cameras captured Houston first baseman Yuli Gurriel making racially insensitive gestures in the direction of Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvish from the dugout.
“Tonight’s loss and the last couple are unacceptable, and the only way we’re going to be able to get out of it is to put the work in — as players, as coaches,” Lue said. “And we’re going to do that. … When you lose to teams the way we’ve been getting beat, it’s unacceptable.”
Cain’s 331 starts rank second in Giants history, after Hall of Famer Juan Marichal; he was a three-time All-Star; he threw that magical perfect game, still the only one in the team’s 135-year history.
Carolina Panthers (7:30 a.m.): With C Ryan Kalil once again ruled out with a neck injury and being described as “week to week,” chances of the Panthers’ offense suddenly clicking back into place seem a bit slimmer for Week 8.
Adam Schefter’s overnight update (7:15 a.m.): Sources report to Schefter that Jameis Winston will start at quarterback for Tampa Bay. Melvin Gordon, though likely to be hampered by his injured foot, will also play on Sunday for the Chargers. Golden Tate plans to suit up for Detroit in the night game. Carolina did not activate Roberto Aguayo from the practice squad, meaning they are “committed” to Graham Gano, ankle issue and all.