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Jeurys Familia pitched the eighth and Jenrry Mejia came in for the ninth to preserve the shut out.

College Station, TX (SportsNetwork. Dashon Goldson Womens Jersey .com) - This time it took two overtimes for Kentucky to remain undefeated. The top-ranked Wildcats pulled out an overtime win Tuesday in their SEC opener against Ole Miss and on Saturday needed a second extra period in their first road conference game, escaping with a 70-64 triumph over Texas A&M. Tyler Ulis drained a 3-pointer with 1:25 remaining for his only points of the game to give Kentucky a 66-63 lead. Kourtney Roberson answered with a free throw to draw A&M within two and Trey Lyles traveled at the other end to give the Aggies a chance to go ahead or tie with 30 seconds left. Danuel House went for the lead, but his 3-point try missed and Dakari Johnson pulled down the rebound for Kentucky. Johnson made two from the line with 14.7 seconds left for a four-point margin and Peyton Allens attempt from beyond the arc also came up empty for the Aggies. Two more Devin Booker free throws with 8.2 seconds to play sealed it for the Wildcats. Booker finished with 18 points for Kentucky (15-0, 2-0 SEC), which many thought might take advantage of a so-called weakened SEC to waltz into March with an unblemished record. The Wildcats blew through their non-conference schedule with 12 wins by double-digits before an eight-point victory at arch- rival Louisville to close out December. Then came a nine-day layoff and the tougher-than-expected 89-86 win over Ole Miss. Aaron Harrison scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Wildcats before fouling out in the second extra period on Saturday. Karl-Anthony Towns fouled out in the first extra session, finishing with nine points and nine rebounds. Johnson contributed eight points and nine boards in the victory. House scored a career-high 25 points and added nine rebounds for Texas A&M (9-5, 0-2), which was coming off a 65-44 drubbing on Tuesday at Alabama in its SEC opener. Roberson added 11 points and eight boards in defeat. The Aggies were clearly no pushover for the Wildcats. They scored the first nine points of the game and led by as many as 11 in the first half before finally coughing up the big cushion in the second half. Kentucky, though, couldnt hold a seven-point lead late, managing just one field goal over the final nine minutes of regulation. Texas A&M had the ball down 53-51 with just over 90 seconds left and Antwan Spaces try from beyond the arc hit the rim twice before coming down in the hands of Roberson for another chance. House, though, also missed from 3-point range and the rebound went out of bounds to Texas A&M, but Alex Carusos tough layup attempt missed. Kentucky went the other way with a 2-on-1 break, but Andrew Harrisons layup rolled off the rim with 22 seconds to play and the Aggies broke the other way. House drew a block on his way to the basket and made both free throws to knot the contest at 53-53 with 18 seconds remaining. The Wildcats struggled to find a shot and called timeout with 1.3 seconds to play. Texas A&M then countered with a timeout to adjust its defense and Aaron Harrisons attempt from well beyond the arc hit the back of the rim as time expired. Bookers layup in the first minute of the extra period gave Kentucky the lead and was the only field goal of the first extra period. Texas A&M managed three free throws, the last two by House with 1:58 remaining, for a 56-55 edge. Tavario Miller made the second of two from the line with 27.3 seconds left for a two-point advantage, but Lyles connected on two from the stripe with 6.1 seconds remaining to tie it and Alex Robinsons 30-footer wasnt close to force an additional period. Game Notes Robinson scored 10 for Texas A&M, which shot 33.3 percent from the field and held Kentucky to just 28.1 percent shooting ... The Aggies made only 2-of-15 3-point tries and connected on just 16-of-30 from the line ... The Wildcats made 9-of-28 from beyond the arc and drained 28-of-35 from the stripe ... The Harrison twins combined to make just 6-of-30 shots for Kentucky ... Texas A&M fell to 2-5 all-time against Kentucky. Both meetings in College Station ended in Kentucky overtime victories, including a 72-68 triumph in 2013 ... The Aggies fell to 0-7 all-time against the top-ranked team in the nation ... A&M will remain home to face Mississippi State on Tuesday ... Kentucky will return to Rupp Arena on Tuesday to welcome Missouri. Matt Jones Jersey . The Michigan lineman faces three assault charges stemming from an incident in December, according  to a report from ESPN. The report states Lewan is scheduled to be arraigned in April on one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault or assault and battery. Sean Taylor Womens Jersey. The 27-year-old Niskanen, the more offensive-minded of the pair of defencemen joining the Capitals, got a $40.25 million, seven-year contract. "Its a very big commitment from Washington. Thats no small thing. Youre talking a seven-year commitment for a very substantial amount of money," said Niskanen, who got married Saturday. MIAMI -- It took eight starts, but Jacob deGrom finally has a win in the big leagues. deGrom pitched seven scoreless innings to earn his first major league win for the New York Mets in a 4-0 victory against the Miami Marlins on Saturday. "To have a performance like that and get the win feels good," said deGrom. "I have a lot of people here from the Daytona area, which is only about four hours away, and my whole family is here." deGrom (1-4), who was the first Mets starting pitcher to go winless in his first seven starts, struck out seven as he allowed five hits and issued three walks. "He had all his pitches working and he was throwing them all for strikes at any count," Mets third baseman David Wright said. "Its a lot of fun to play defence behind him because he works so quickly and effectively." Lucas Duda hit a two-run home run, his 10th, and Wright had three hits and an RBI for New York, which has won three of four. It was the second shutout in the series for the Mets as Zack Wheeler tossed a 1-0 shut out on Thursday. "Right now were in a little bit of a spell where were not able to get the consecutive hits and get a little bit of a rally going, but we will," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. Jeurys Familia pitched the eighth and Jenrry Mejia came in for the ninth to preserve the shut out. Marlins starter Tom Koehler (5-6) retired the first 11 batters he faced before allowing two runs and four hits in seven innings while striking out eight. "It was nice to get through seven and get out of the jam in the sixth, but at the same time its a little frustrating giving up those two runs and not really getting those bunts down -- thats really kinnd of eating at me right now," Koehler said. Brandon Scherff Jersey. . Miami second baseman Rafael Furcal left the game in the fourth inning with a left calf and hamstring and injury after grounding out to end the third. Furcal, who missed the first 2 1-2 months of the season with hamstring and groin injuries, was scheduled to have an MRI after the game. "It definitely doesnt sound good," Redmond said. Before the game shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria was scratched from the starting lineup with soreness in his elbow on his throwing arm, but could be in the lineup on Sunday. "He was availabe if we needed him to hit, I think the throwing was the biggest concern for him today, but Im anticipating him being ready for tomorrow, but well see," Redmond said. Chris Young hit a two-out single in the fourth to give the Mets a 1-0 lead and Wright singled home a run in the sixth for a two-run advantage. Miamis best opportunity to score came in the sixth after Giancarlo Stanton stole third base with one out, but deGrom retired the next two batters to end the threat. "He made some real, real good pitches with his slider today, and he used his change-up to right handers effectively today," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "He certainly deserved to win." Dudas home run to right field came off Chris Hatcher in the ninth inning to give the Mets a 4-0 cushion. NOTES: Marlins teammates Garrett Jones and Jeff Baker celebrated their 32nd birthdays today. ... Mets RF Curtis Granderson has reached base safely in his last 30 starts. ... Mets LHP Jonathon Niese (3-4, 2.67) will take the mound in Sundays series finale against Miami RHP Anthony DeSclafani (1-1, 5.60). Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '


تاریخ : 31 شهریور 1394 - 15:24 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 16149 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 16 نظر

Many locals had snapped up tickets to see Bale

WASHINGTON -- The doubts raised about the Indiana Pacers were more than justified. Rafael Bush Womens Jersey . The way they dispatched the Washington Wizards shows that perhaps the Pacers have dismissed any and all dysfunction. Roy Hibbert revived himself in Game 2. Team defence smothered the way to a win in Game 3. Paul George went off for 39 points in Game 4. And, after an ugly Game 5, David West came up big in the clincher. West scored 29 points Thursday night, the Pacers blew a 16-point second-half lead but pulled away late in a 93-80 win that ousted the Wizards in six games. "With all the adversity, we kept pulling together," West said. "Guys just showed unbelievable grit, unbelievable toughness." So, for all their mysterious slumps and chemistry curiosities, the Pacers are back where they were last season -- playing the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals. Game 1 against the two-time defending NBA champions is Sunday in Indianapolis. "We just keep a bubble," said Hibbert, whose off-and-on disappearing act was one of the more baffling late-season developments. "We dont try to let our emotions show too much. Sometimes it does. But we stuck together." Indiana took Miami to seven games a year ago. If the Pacers spread the wealth the way they did against the Wizards, LeBron James and the Heat could be in for a tough series. On Thursday, it was Wests turn. He went 13 for 26 from the field -- a career playoff-high in shot attempts. His pair of jumpers, including a tough fade-away, started a game-ending 20-6 run after Bradley Beals 3-pointer gave the Wizards a one-point lead with 8 1/2 minutes to play. "When David West has that look, when hes assertive and he demands the ball, I know were in good hands," said George, who was just 4 for 11 and scored 12 points. "Hes never failed us when hes given us that look and hes told us in the huddles, Get me the ball." Marcin Gortat scored 19 points, and John Wall had 12 points and nine assists for the Wizards, who ended their best playoff run in decades. Washington won a playoff series for the first time since 2005 and a second-round game for the first time since 1982. The Wizards were ultimately undone by an inability to win at home, going just 1-4 at the Verizon Center and 5-1 on the road in the playoffs. The future looks bright, however, with youngsters Wall and Beal manning the backcourt. "Nobody expected us to be here," Wall said. "I think a lot of teams respect us now. We definitely made Indiana earn it." They appeared to have a fix on the home-court demons when Beal stole a rebound from Hibbert, then hit the 3-pointer that put the Wizards up 74-73. But that was Washingtons only lead of the second half. The Wizards went five minutes without a point, including a span of three turnovers in four possessions, and scored only two field goals the rest of the way. "We spent so much energy trying to just make that comeback," Beal said, "we just ended up being dead at the end." The Pacers were 33-7 on Jan. 20 before limping to the finish, barely holding on to the conferences No. 1 seed. Things didnt look much better when they were pushed to seven games in the first round by eighth-seeded Atlanta, or when they lost Game 1 at home to the Wizards. Then after winning three in a row, there was the embarrassing Game 5, when Indy lost by 23 and was outrebound 62-23. "Nobody was happy about it," Indiana coach Frank Vogel said. "And they came out and played angry." The Wizards had to reschedule a Lady Gaga concert to host the game, upsetting the singers fans and prompting an apology from team owner Ted Leonsis. Instead of Little Monsters in the arena, there were big ones -- such as a 56-40 deficit early in the third quarter. But the Wizards answered with an 11-2 run capped by Walls 1-on-3 transition layup, Washingtons first fast-break basket. Wall was particularly assertive at the start of the fourth quarter, but the Pacers defence held firm when it mattered, with nary a sign of adversity. "Weve been through it all this season," said Lance Stephenson, who added 17 points. "And I feel like everything that we went through made us stronger." Notes: Wall expressed his support for coach Randy Wittman, whose contract is expiring. ... Gortat on the Wizards home woes: "Maybe we have to be locked before the game in the hotel and have a team breakfast in the morning, have two buses from the hotel to the game." Stephone Anthony Jersey . Atletico, unbeaten in three games under Simeone, caught a lacklustre Sociedad flatfooted in the opening moments of both halves to go up 2-0 as rain fell steadily on Anoeta Stadium. Falcao stroked home a spot kick to give the visitors the lead just three minutes in following Vadim Demidovs booking for a handball inside the area, and strike partner Adrian Lopez volleyed in his own rebound after Sociedad goalkeeper Claudio Bravo blocked his header in the 47th. P.J. Williams Saints Jersey . Taylor Hall had a hat trick and rookie Ryan Nugent-Hopkins had five assists, and the Oilers snapped a four-game losing skid in a big way with a 9-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.CARDIFF -- Moving on from a frustrating World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo began the new season as the last one ended for Real Madrid -- with goals and a trophy. The Portugal forward netted both goals as the European champions convincingly overcame Europa League winner Sevilla with a 2-0 victory to collect the UEFA Super Cup on Tuesday. Ronaldo swept the ball in at the far post in the 30th minute after racing onto Gareth Bales cross, and the world player of the year powered in another four minutes into the second half after being setup by Karim Benzema. "I didnt feel any pain -- I felt pretty good," said Ronaldo, who scored just once in three World Cup games after arriving in Brazil hampered by a left leg injury. "I felt happy to help the team win the trophy ... we played better, with more intensity." Madrid only collected two pieces of silverware last season, but the Copa del Rey triumph was following by ending a 12-year wait to claim a 10th European Cup. Victory in Tuesdays all-Spanish showpiece game captured the first of a possible six trophies for Madrid this season -- a task helped by summer additions that ensured the value of the starting lineup at the Cardiff City Stadium exceeded $600 million. Madrid moved swiftly to sign up the revelation of the World Cup, top-scoring Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez from Monaco for $108 million, along with Germany midfielder Toni Kroos from Bayern Munich for around $40 million. Madrid, with their extra dynamism, unnerved Sevilla from the start, even if their less potent opponents did produce the first threatening shot of the game when Vitolos close-range effort was batted away by Iker Casillas. "We were missing something and werent as aggressive as we could have been," Sevilla coach Unai Emery said through a translator. Many locals had snapped up tickets to see Bale playing in his home city for the first time in the white of Real Madrid. The $130-million Cardiff boy, who madee such a devastating impact in his first season in the Spanish capital, just couldnt delight them with a goal. Nick Toon Womens Jersey. Although his bursts of pace unsettled Sevilla, a tame early shot landed on the roof of the net and a shot from Rodriguezs fine cross was blocked in a crowded penalty area. Bale started on the right with Ronaldo on the opposite flank, but a quick switch helped Real outwit Sevilla to go in front. Ronaldo instigated the move on the halfway line, knocking the ball across to Rodriguez, who released Bale down the left. The rapid advance was completed by Bale sending in pinpoint cross into the path of Ronaldo to slide in past Fernando Navarro and poke the ball over the line. "Weve shown last season that we both created goals for each other, scored a lot of goals and were enjoying playing together," Bale said of Ronaldo. "Obviously we can still improve together and create a good partnership." After being in complete control of the first half, it took just four minutes into the second half for Madrid with Ronaldo once again starting the move that led to the goal after the Spanish capital club broke down the left. World Cup winner Kroos knocked the ball forward for Benzema before it was rolled back for Ronaldo to lash a powerful shot through the fingertips of Beto. Ronaldos double earned him the player of the match award, which was presented by Alex Ferguson, the manager who nurtured his talent at Manchester United. "He was the coach who taught me many things," the 29-year-old Ronaldo said. "So I appreciate him giving me the trophy." For Rodriguez, all that was missing was a goal to cap his debut, and it nearly came in the 68th when a left-footed strike was only kept out by Betos one-handed save. Tougher matches will come, but a second trophy can be collected -- the domestic Super Cup against Atletico Madrid -- before the task of taking the league title off its neighbour begins. Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '


تاریخ : 31 شهریور 1394 - 15:19 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 13838 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 8 نظر

the rebound of Kevin Hayes shot past Schneider.

NEWARK, N. Air Max 90 Noir Et Rose pas cher .J. - Kevin Kline and the New York Rangers refused to give up, even when they faced a two-goal deficit midway through the third period.Persistence paid off with a 4-3 overtime victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.Klein scored 2:42 into overtime, and the Rangers extended their winning streak to three.We never got down, Klein said. We knew we could come back. We kept pushing forward, scrapping for the puck.The Rangers, who trailed 3-1, also got goals from Chris Kreider, Chris Mueller and Rick Nash, who netted his NHL-best eighth goal. He has scored in all but one of New Yorks seven games this season.On the winner, Mueller and Kreider crisscrossed in the Devils zone before Kreider fed Klein for his first of the season.Kleins goal was also the first scored this season by a Rangers defenceman.He made a great pass to me, and I was fortunate to score the goal, Klein said.Henrik Lundqvist stopped 28 shots for the Rangers (4-3).I like the way were playing, Lundqvist said. We responded tonight in a big way.The Devils (3-2-1) got power-play goals from Jaromir Jagr, Adam Henrique and Jon Merrill but it wasnt enough to prevent a third straight defeat. Cory Schneider made 21 saves.Kreider and Jagr traded power-play goals in the opening period.New Jersey started strong and pressed the attack during an early power play. Henrique, Mike Cammalleri and Patrik Elias had good scoring chances denied by Lundqvist.With Jagr in the penalty box for hooking, Kreider buried the rebound of Ryan McDonaghs point shot at 7:34. It was the Rangers first power-play goal of the season, ending an 0-for-17 drought through the first six games.Kreider was then whistled for hooking, setting the stage for Jagrs goal at 13:40. Damien Brunner fired a shot that sailed wide right of the net, and bounced off the lively backboards right onto Jagrs stick. The 42-year-old former Rangers star knocked in his first goal of the season, the 706th of his career.The Devils power play clicked again in the second period when Henrique, playing in his 200th NHL game, made it 2-1.Jagr set up Henrique, who beat Lundqvist to the short side from the left faceoff dot at 14:55.The Devils special teams play was excellent in the middle period as Elias came close to scoring on a short-handed breakaway.Merrill added the Devils third power-play goal with a blast from the right point 36 seconds into the third period.New York scored the next two to erase its deficit.Its real good to scrounge your way back and win it in overtime against a good team, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. We just stayed with it.The Rangers got within 3-2 at 9:06 as Mueller one-timed a cross-ice pass from Derick Brassard.Nash pulled the Rangers even with 5:28 remaining in regulation, backhanding the rebound of Kevin Hayes shot past Schneider. Devils defenceman Marek Zidlicky set up the goal with a poor clearing attempt deep in his own zone.We made a bad decision with the puck, and the game is tied, Devils coach Pete DeBoer said. A guy like Nash will make you pay for it. It was a hard-fought game but we lost.The Devils did earn a point, but came away feeling they let one get away.We should have been able to close it out, Cammalleri said. We did a lot of nice things, but we let the Rangers come back and grab it.NOTES: Rangers D Dan Girardi, listed as day to day after sustaining a gash while blocking a shot during a win over San Jose on Sunday, was in the starting lineup. ... Devils D Adam Larsson made his season debut after being a healthy scratch the first five games. He replaced Eric Gelinas. The other New Jersey scratches were LW Tuomo Ruutu and C Jacob Josefson. ... Devils LW Martin Havlat returned after missing one game due to a facial laceration. ... 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تاریخ : 27 شهریور 1394 - 15:33 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 22443 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 17 نظر

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PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Ryan Day to be their quarterbacks coach. Curley Culp Titans Jersey .The 35-year-old Day replaces Bill Musgrave after he left to become the offensive co-ordinator for the Oakland Raiders.Day is the third quarterbacks coach in three years under Chip Kelly. Bill Lazor left after one season to be Miamis offensive co-ordinator.Day was a three-year starter at quarterback at New Hampshire when Kelly was the offensive co-ordinator for the school. He joins the Eagles after a two-year stint as the offensive co-ordinator and quarterbacks coach at Boston College.Day previously was the wide receivers coach at Boston College from 2007-11. He was the offensive co-ordinator and wide receivers coach at Temple in 2012.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Angelo Blackson Youth Jersey . The match was the first of three for Canada on its European tour. The Canadian women meet France again on Tuesday in Amneville before taking on England on Nov. Daimion Stafford Jersey . He will report to minor league spring training with Toronto next month. Scoma, 26, finished third in the American Association last season with a .Finally, the East regained a sense of respect with three teams winning and the Redblacks playing truly competitive football. I still feel one 9-division league would be an interesting experiment for a year but having the East beat the majority of the West was fun to watch. This week, there is only one East/West game with Hamilton playing in Winnipeg on Saturday. Although Toronto, Hamilton and Montreal all have four wins, all three teams seems to have turned a corner in football efficiency for various reasons. With the Argonauts, having Andre Durie and Chad Owens back makes a major difference to that team. Scoring 40 points is the first indicator and Owens having eight catches for 117 with a touchdown being the second. Owens is a remarkable athlete and player. His absence of hesitation and fear may be more than anyone has in his position, but he must stay healthy. A healthy Chad Owens gives the Argonauts as good a shot as any to win the East and earn a homefield playoff game. I thought one of the good stories was Steve Slaton at running back; a nice contribution with 52 yards rushing and 27 yards receiving but remember, it was Steve Slaton that was kicked out of the Calgary game because of an unnecessary roughness penalty that put his offence in a first and 25. All can be forgiven in a week and with Slatons productive contribution, you figure its time to move on. For BC, this was a tough loss for a 7-5 team that now has to go back into Calgary this week and play a 10-2 team also coming off a loss with Jon Cornish back in the lineup. Major challenge. In Hamilton, there should be optimism of genuine quality for the Ticats as we begin the last week of September football and see 0ctober on the horizon. Zach Collaros is in a grove and is now living up to the investment made many months ago. Mobile and confident, he had to take the game over due to the injury to CJ Gable and did with 318 yards passing against a good Edmonton defence. Could you imagine how the offence will hum with both Brandon Banks and OJ McDuffie back? Not sure what Eric Norwood had for his pre-game meal but whatever it was, Eric, eat it again. Seven tackles and four quarterback sacks is a special performance and, with Justin Hickman back with the team, Norwood made a statement of employment security by the end of the game. With Edmonton, 0dell Willis was dominant as the Eskimos are only one game behind Saskatchewan and that is whho they play this week at home. Delanie Walker Womens Jersey. . As the games roll on, all you can ask for is to control your playoff chances. Both Edmonton and Saskatchewan can do that. Friday night at Commonwealth will be a good game. Montreal beat the best team in the league, the Stampeders. It was a great day for Jonathan Crompton as he had a breakout game. In his fourth start, he played well and took significant steps forward. Quarterbacks coach Jeff Garcia, offensive coordinator Ryan Dinwiddie and Crompton could be a future trio of stability. Yes, I know thats a little bit too optimistic but I enjoy seeing players play well much more than I enjoy seeing them fail. Good job Johnathan Crompton. What happened to Calgary was confusing but also confusing was why Jon Cornish didnt play. I do know what a "maintenance day" is but it would have been nice to know what specifics needed to be maintained. Calgary has not clinched the West yet and need to as they are tough to beat at home. Drew Tate was 15 of 30 for 152 yards which is nothing to get excited about but it was his first start in a long, long time and he can start in this league. The surprise performer for me? Matt Walter, who had 88 yards rushing on 13 carriers for a good contribution in a losing effort.                              Saskatchewan 35, Ottawa 32 -- where do I begin? Well, just like Steve Slaton, well done Tino Sanseri, who was 9 for 22 against Hamilton the previous week, but 20 of 32 this week. He only had 29 yards passing in the first half but responded with 231 yards in the second; Good game for a guy under a lot of pressure all week. If you did not see Corey Chamblins halftime comments, it is worth searching. It was honest, to the point and direct. Often, coaches and players realize that some of the media obligations are perceived as a necessary evil but not this one. It came from the heart and was an energizer for all who saw it. Well done. Ottawa, Ottawa, Ottawa. They were ready to play and head coach Rick Campbell took many a risk to try to win. They are 1-10 but a better team now than they were at the start of the season. 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تاریخ : 27 شهریور 1394 - 15:30 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 19298 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 20 نظر

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The All Blacks saw their tier-one winning streak end at 17 matches with a 12-12 draw against Australia in the Rugby Championship. Dez Bryant Womens Jersey . New Zealand dominated possession in the first 30 minutes, but Australia were able to stay in the match, trailing by just six points at the half. The All Blacks let the Aussies close the gap in the second half after two players had been sin-binned. A pair of kicks from Kurtley Beale in the second half would provide the Wallabies with the necessary margin, as the two sides fought to a draw and a temporary share of second in the competition. Randy Gregory Jersey . -- Kansas City Royals right-hander Luke Hochevar likely will miss at least the first two months of the season because of a sprained ligament in his right elbow. Ben Gardner Womens Jersey . Santos had five birdies going out and four birdies coming in for a flawless opening round at East London Golf Club. In a four-way tie for second were Denmarks Lucas Bjerregaard, Wales Rhys Davies, South Africas Garth Mulroy and Englands Richard Bland, who all shot 64s.DURHAM, N.C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. And sixth-ranked Duke needed every bit of that production to hold off East Carolina. Hood scored a career-high 30 points Tuesday night to help the Blue Devils beat the Pirates 83-74 in the NIT Season Tipoff. Parker had 21 points, nine rebounds and six blocks for the Blue Devils (4-1), who survived a tougher-than-expected fight from the underdog Pirates to improve to 24-2 all-time in the early season tournament. It was also the second game in as many nights for both teams, who were playing in a four-team pod at Dukes Cameron Indoor Stadium. "The last two nights, weve played our butts off," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said. "This is not about Duke not playing (well). ... Dont undersell what they did. We were ready and we played hard. I thought we brought great energy but so did they. This was a really good basketball game." Duke led by a point with about 7 minutes left but stayed in front and did enough in the final 2 1/2 minutes to turn away East Carolina (4-1), earning a trip to next weeks NIT semifinals for a matchup with Alabama in New Yorks Madison Square Garden. Hood, a 6-foot-8 sophomore transfer from Mississippi State, finished 8 for 10 from the field and hit all 12 of his free throws while playing nearly the entire 40 minutes. Parker made his biggest impact with a couple of key second-half plays, from taking a rebound all the way for a team-rousing dunk to blocking consecutive shots with his team protecting a 75-70 lead. "We couldnt scout them like we normally do and we tried not to stay in the gym last night and watch them play because we had a quick turnaround," Hood said. "But theyre a great team. Theyve got a lot of talent, especially for a mid-major. They played hard. They wasnt scared of us." The Blue Devils, who beat UNC Asheville 91-55 on Monday night, cooled off significantly after a hot start and shot 47 per cent, failing to reach at least 50 per cent for the first time this year. The Pirates had a much tougher time in their Tipofff opener, needing to rally from 17 down after halftime to beat Norfolk State 76-74. Dez Bryant Jersey. That game at Cameron marked a return to unfriendly surroundings for Pirates coach Jeff Lebo, who played for Dean Smith at hated rival North Carolina in the 1980s. Lebos team turned in a strong fight less than 24 hours later, but couldnt pull off a huge upset. "We can draw a lot from this -- our kids playing in this stage, this environment," Lebo said. "We dont get a chance to do that too often. We draw a lot of positives, and when we watch the tape, I think well get some confidence from that. "And then weve got to be able to build up on it. We cant say, Hey, we played well and were done for the year." Prince Williams scored 15 for the Pirates, who shot 40 per cent and helped themselves by hitting the offensive glass for a 16-3 edge in second-chance points. East Carolina fell to 0-21 all-time against Duke, though the Pirates flirted with earning their first win against a ranked opponent in nearly 11 years. Duke led by 18 points late in the first half after an 11-for-11 shooting start, but the Pirates didnt let the Blue Devils put together a knockout run. Instead, the Pirates closed the gap to 11 by halftime, and then kept inching closer and closer from there. East Carolina twice got within a point, the last coming on Williams free throws with 6:58 left, but never could push in front. Duke helped itself by playing with composure down the stretch, hitting all eight of its free throws in the final 2:34 to stay in control. Parker also came through with a big defensive sequence after his coast-to-coast dunk, swatting a leaner from Williams out of bounds and then stuffing a driving shot from Antonio Robinson with about 2 minutes left. Hood hit two free throws to make it 77-70, and East Carolina didnt get closer than five again. Duke finished 24 for 31 from the foul line, including 19 for 24 after halftime. The Blue Devils, who beat Florida Atlantic on Friday night, are off until Sunday, when they host Vermont. "Now weve got to rest," Krzyzewski said. "I mean, our guys are dead." cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '


تاریخ : 21 شهریور 1394 - 21:47 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 14302 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 11 نظر

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MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina -- Fabio Fognini defeated Juan Monaco in straight sets to rally Italy to a 1-1 draw with Argentina in their first round tie in the Davis Cup World Group on Friday. Justin Hunter Youth Jersey . Fognini won 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 after Argentinas Carlos Berlocq had beaten Andreas Seppi 4-6, 6-0, 6-2, 6-1 on the outdoor clay surface. Doubles are set for Saturday with reverse singles on Sunday to decide which team reaches the quarterfinals. "I played really well," Fognini said. "Monaco never give in, but playing at the top was the key for me." Argentina is playing without its top player Juan Martin del Potro, who has chosen to skip Davis Cup and focus on tour events. Berlocq gave Argentina a perfect start. "I felt like you have to feel in a Davis Cup match -- with determination and dedication," Berlocq said. "When I was on the court and fans screamed gladiator, it gave me a lift." Argentina is a four-time runner-up in the Davis Cup but has yet to win tennis top team event. Italy has won once. The winner faces either Britain or the United States in the quarterfinals. Marcus Mariota Jersey . Algeria enters the match riding a wave of unexpected confidence after pummeling South Korea, 4-2, in Porto Alegre on Sunday. The Desert Foxes opened the scoring after 26 minutes as Carl Medjani sent a long ball over the top to the feet of striker Islam Slimani, who did well to split two South Korean defenders and touch it past goalkeeper Jung Sung-Ryong. Jeremiah Poutasi Youth Jersey .com) - The Los Angeles Kings scored a season-high seven goals in their last outing and will try to keep the offense rolling as they host the Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the Staples Center.MIAMI -- England midfielder Frank Lampard is set to head to the World Cup without a club after announcing Monday that he is leaving Chelsea. The 35-year-old Lampard has been at Chelsea for 13 years and is the clubs all-time leading scorer but has not agreed to a new deal with the Premier League team. Lampard is currently with England in Miami for two World Cup warm-up matches before travelling to Brazil on Saturday. "When I arrived at this fantastic club 13 years ago I would never have believed that I would be fortunate enough to play so many games and enjoy sharing in so much success," Lampard said. "This club has become part of my life and I have so many people to thank for the opportunity." Lampard did not say where he expects to play next season, but has long been linked with a move to Major Leaguue Soccer in the United States. Anthony Fasano Jersey. Lampard, who moved across London from West Ham in 2001, leaves Stamford Bridge with 211 goals in 648 appearances. He won the Premier League three times, the Champions League and Europa League once each, four FA Cups and two League Cups. "The club will move forward, and as a Chelsea man I have no doubt that with the quality of the players that are there, they will continue with the success that we have all enjoyed over the past seasons, Lampard said. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was singled out for praise, with Lampard calling the Russian tycoon "the man who saved our club and took us all to new levels" following his 2003 takeover. "His desire to push the club to the top of the football world has rubbed off on everyone," Lampard said. cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '


تاریخ : 21 شهریور 1394 - 21:46 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 16459 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 22 نظر

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ST. Lavonte David Jersey . LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues won a franchise record 52 games this season and general manager Doug Armstrong cant help but sum it up as a disappointment. "Were in the winning business and were not winning at the appropriate time of the year," Armstrong said Tuesday. "We have to fix that." The past two playoffs have been a carbon copy for the Blues. In 2013, St. Louis won the first two games against Los Angeles at home and then dropped the next four to the then-defending Stanley Cup champions. This season, St. Louis got the jump on defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago, then again lost four straight to end the season. Armstrong said that this years loss to the Blackhawks was worse. "I felt last year that we were coming off of a year where no one expected us to be good the year before and we wanted to prove that we were a good team," Armstrong said. "I expected us to take it to a higher level this year and the higher level was going to be a consistent regular season followed by a longer playoff run. So, this year, theres a true sense that we have squandered an opportunity and opportunities dont come a lot in this league." While the Blues have been one of the best teams each of the past three regular seasons -- St. Louis had 60 points in a lockout shortened 2012-13 campaign and 109 points in 2011-12 -- it has been a different story in April. Armstrong and coach Ken Hitchcock said that the Blues need to develop a killer instinct if they are to get over their post-season hump. "We werent able to create the gap in Games 3 and 4 and win on the road, which you have to do in the playoffs," Hitchcock said. "Thats the killer instinct that you need to have. We werent able to do it in either series, and it hurts. "Thats everyones responsibility. Mine, Dougs, the players, other coaches, everybody. Thats the part that hurts. We couldnt apply the killer instinct in Games 3 and 4 when we needed to in both years." Several players have been a part of the past three seasons, and figure to be part of the puzzle moving forward: forwards T.J. Oshie, Alexander Steen and David Backes, and defenceman Kevin Shattenkirk and Alex Pietrangelo. Armstrong said it his responsibility to see if this core group can get to a new level or whether changes are needed. "I look at the regular season success this team has had over the last three years," Armstrong said "I think our point total is probably in the top three or four in the NHL over that time frame. So, were doing some things correctly. But were not doing enough correctly to win in April, May and June. Quite honestly, I got to quit worrying about May. We got to get out of April first and were not doing that." One area that will need to be addressed is goaltending. The Blues thought they had added the final piece when the traded for Ryan Miller just before the deadline. But Miller, who is a free agent, allowed 19 goals against the Blackhawks and his save percentage was just .897. Armstrong said that Jake Allen, who had another strong year in the American Hockey League, will be one of the teams net minders. Who the will partner with Allen is up in the air. "Its a two-way street with Ryan right now," Armstrong said. "He has opportunities. I want to sit and talk with him and get his feelings about our organization. See where he thinks were at, see if he even has any interest in being a St. Louis Blue." Ali Marpet Womens Jersey . Instead, he focused on the final result: another Tigers victory. Rajai Davis homered, and Detroit overcame a rare shaky performance by Verlander to complete a three-game sweep of the Orioles with a 7-5 victory. Warren Sapp Buccaneers Jersey . After being bested in extra innings on Monday for their 13th loss in 16 games, the Twins rode the arm of Nick Blackburn and the bat of Denard Span to a 4-2 victory last night. Blackburn hurled his fifth career complete game to even his season record at 4-4, while Span had three hits and drove in a run with an RBI double during a two-run seventh inning that put Minnesota ahead for good.GENEVA -- World Cup-bound Algeria beat Romania 2-1 in a warm-up match on Wednesday marred by widespread fan disorder. The teams were taken off the field after 43 minutes with the score 1-1, and Algeria coach Vahid Halilhodzic went to the centre circle to broadcast an appeal for fans to stop throwing lit flares and bottles. Referee Nikolaj Haeni of Switzerland brought players back after a 15-minute break to play the final two minutes of the first half, then immediately changed ends to start the second period. When El Arabi Soudani scored the decisive goal in the 66th minute, around 15 fans ran on the pitch from three sides of the Stade de Geneve. Nabil Bentaleb had put Algeria ahead in the 21st minute after a handling error by Romania goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon, and Alexandru Chipciu levelled in the 28th. "The result is very satisfying. The team is progressing on all levels," said Halilhodzic, adding he was "a bit disappointed with the behaviour of our supporters." The final whistle brought around 1,000 of the 15,600 spectators on to the field. Many dispersed when water sprinklers were turned on, though some continued to clash with stewards in one corner of the pitch. Algeria opens against Group H favourite Belgium on June 17 in Belo Horizonte. Warren Sapp Youth Jersey. It then plays South Korea in Porto Alegre and Russia in Curitiba. Despite events in the stands, Algeria made a good impression on the field. Abdelmoumene Djabou and Bentaleb gave Romania right-back Vlad Chiriches, Bentalebs Tottenham teammate, a tough time and Algerias best moves flowed there. Sofiane Feghouli twice wasted clear shooting chances in the 17th minute, before Algeria led when Manchester City keeper Pantilimon spilled Djabous cross. Bentaleb and Feghouli converged on the loose ball which looped into the empty goal. The goal sparked a firework display around the stadium with at least 15 flares burning in the stands. Romania levelled seven minutes later when Alexandru Chipciu beat the offside line, rounded goalkeeper Rais MBolhi who had charged out of his penalty area, and rolled the ball into an unguarded goal. Fan trouble resumed in the second period when an Algerian supporter encroached on the pitch in the 57th as his team prepared to take a corner. A mini-pitch invasion followed Algeria retaking the lead in the 66th when El Arabi Soudani connected with Saphir Taiders pass from the right side of the penalty area. cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '


تاریخ : 21 شهریور 1394 - 21:41 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 14533 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 9 نظر

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PARIS -- Aleksandra Wozniak provided a bright spot for Canada on the first day of the French Open with a 7-5, 6-2 win over compatriot Heidi El Tabakh. Nike Roshe One Flyknit . The 57th-ranked Wozniak trailed 4-1 in Sundays opening set against El Tabakh. But the Toronto resident, ranked 183rd in the world, missed on three nervous set points and was broken in her last two service games as Wozniak turned the momentum. The Blainville, Que., native rolled through the second set against El Tabakh to move onto the second round at Roland Garros for the fifth straight year. "I dont like playing Heidi. I remember when we were juniors and travelling with our moms together. She also came with a lot of energy to the court," Wozniak said. "After I saved those set points I adjusted my game, I started moving her around more. In the second set the match totally changed, it was a completely different match." El Tabakh said she had her chances with the set points, but let them get away. "She ripped a few shots and I made some errors. I got tight and once she won the set she picked up her game," El Tabakh said. "I didnt even think Id be in (qualifying) here, so its all a bonus." Earlier Sunday, the first two Canadians on court lost their opening matches, with Vasek Pospisil admitting hes burned out on the clay. The Vancouver resident made a promising start but fell 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 to Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France. "I started pretty well and had good momentum," Pospisil said. "I played a pretty decent second set and had chances after that. "But the crowd was into it and I didnt get my intensity up. Its tough to play a French guy here. I had maybe a week too much on clay, the surface which is my least favourite." In womens play, Israels Shahar Peer defeated 98th-ranked Stephanie Dubois of Laval, Que., 6-2, 6-2. Pospisil, ranked No. 102, won the first set in 40 minutes but could not keep pace as the match wore on. He saved four match points in the fourth set before ending his debut at Roland Garros on a wide forehand for his 55th unforced error. "Ive had two months on clay and Im not that excited about it right now," said Pospisil. "I burnt myself out last week in Nice (in a first-round qualifying loss) when I thought I was playing pretty well. "Im ready for a change of surface." On Monday, 19th seed Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ont., is schedule to open his tournament against Spains Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo while Frank Dancevic of Niagara Falls, Ont., is slated to take on Slovakias Martin Klizan. nike roshe one Negras . The six-time PGA Tour winner, who closed with a final-round 75 on his way to a fourth-place finish last week, will have the opportunity to show what he learned from that disappointing finish at this weeks Houston Open.Nike Roshe One Print Blancas . Jake Evans and Travis Wood each scored twic as the Otters defeated the Sarnia Sting 7-3 in Ontario Hockey League action Friday.The Olympic break in the NHL schedule will be upon us following the conclusion of ten games on Saturday night and players selected to represent their country will head to Sochi with their sights set on a gold medal. And I wanted to take this opportunity to share some of my experiences gained through International competition and the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Seven NHL referees and six linesmen will be assigned upcoming games in Sochi by the IIHF as part of their 28-man officiating roster comprised of 14 refs and 14 linesmen. Referees Dave Jackson, Mike Leggo, Brad Meir, Tim Peel, Kevin Pollock, Kelly Sutherland and Ian Walsh will be joined by NHL linesmen colleagues Derek Amel, Lonnie Cameron, Greg Devorski, Brad Kovachik, Andy McElman and Mark Wheler. The IIHF has also selected linesmen Chris Carlson and Jesse Wilmot (Canada), along with Chris Woodworth and Tommy George (U.S.A. Hockey) to participate. Congratulations and best of luck to each of the officials selected to participate in this International showcase.The IIHF, represented by President Rene Fasel and Officiating Manager Konstantin Komissarov, or their designates will have already briefed the current crop of officials heading to Sochi with regard to rule differences, security measures, travel procedures and many other important matters that surround the Olympic event. Aside from the fact that it will be mostly business for the refs and linesmen once they arrive in Sochi, it is a much different world today than it was in 1998. As such, the current group of officials was strongly discouraged from having any family members join then for this Olympic event. It will be all business with heightened security measures in place! I recall our meeting with Mr. Rene Fasel at the NHL Offices in Toronto a month or so prior to our departure for Nagano. Since this was to be the first time that professional players and officials were being allowed to participate in the Winter Olympics there was extensive information that we were provided. As we were being brought up to speed on rule differences Mr. Fasel, stated that all referees and linesmen were required to wear a helmet and visor! My colleague Ray Scapinello raised his hand and said, "Mr. Fasel I dont wear a helmet let alone a visor." The IIHF President addressed Scapinello directly and informed him if he didnt wear a helmet and a visor he would not be working in the Olympics. Scampy immediately responded with, "My helmet size is 7 1/4 - thank you, sir." Those of us that didnt wear a helmet or visor put one in the last week or two of NHL games in an effort to adjust. As you can imagine I had a very difficult time with it. The visor gave me the feeling of being in a fishbowl. I tried various products and sizes in an attempt to get comfortable and was struggling with it until Ray Bourque helped me out in a game in Boston. He told me I looked ridiculous in the thing I was wearing and had the Bruins trainer put one of his special Oakley visors on my helmet. If nothing else, the style was more appealing and I wore it during the Olympics.  In spite of flying business class to Tokyo from North America, it was a very long haul. We were advised to drink plenty of water (limit alcohol consumption) and to get up and exercise throughout the flight in addition to sleep as much as possible. Our Japanese hosts were fantastic. Upon arrival at Narita Airport we were personally escorted to the Bullet Train. We were then handed a ticket with a seat assignment and escorted to the platform where all passengers waited in a very orderly fashion behind a theatre-style rope. The Bullet Train pulled into the station and passengers disembarked. A cleaning crew dressed smartly in uniform and white gloves marched onto the train in single file with their brooms and dusters placed over their shoulders like rifles. They cleaned the train and then marched off in unison the same way they entered. An attendant removed the clip from the rope restrainer and the customers walked onto the train in a calm and orderly fashion, single file. For all of us that had been pushed and jostled on filthy trains throughout the North American public transit systems (especially the New York subway) this was an amazingly pleasant experience. nike roshe one hombre baratas. . We rolled into the mountain region of Nagano 24 hours after our flight had departed from North America.  We had one day to quickly recover, meet with our IIHF colleagues in a morning skate and then work the games. The extensive travel to get to Sochi will be a challenge for the current group of officials to overcome as well. In a short tournament on the world stage, every game is crucial and the officials feel the pressure and demand to be at their very best. All of us had extensive Stanley Cup playoff experience (including multiple Cup Finals for several of us) but we were the new kids on the block regarding Olympic competition. The camaraderie that was quickly established between the amateur and professional officials in Nagano made for a unified group of zebras. We were able to share our officiating experience and help one another adjust to the bigger ice surface and style of play that we would encounter. We immediately gelled with our International colleagues and became a unified team. It was obvious to me very early in the tournament that the Czechs were going to be a team to be reckoned with. They had many talented players, but unlike their dismal performance in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey where they were individualistic and disjointed, this group appeared united and going for the gold. Their captain, Vladimir "Rosey" Ruzicka (233 NHL games with Edmonton, Boston and Ottawa) hadnt played in the NHL since the 1993-94 season but was performing at an incredibly high level; one that I had never seen from him previously. He was definitely the leader of this Czech team. And of course, they had The Dominator (Dominik Hasek) in goal! I was the backup referee for the gold medal game between Czechoslovakia and Russia. I was seated in the first row of the lower balcony beside my wife Kathy when Bill Wirtz and his wife arrived to occupy the seats beside us. The stairs were extremely steep and as Mr. Wirtz got to the railing he tripped and started to fall forward. I grabbed him by his belt and yanked hard pulling the Blackhawks owner backward into his seat before he fell over the railing. Startled, he look at me and said, "Thanks Kerry, that was a close call!" Just before the opening puck drop, Mr. Wirtz asked me who I thought was going to win the game. I told him the Czech team had really impressed me throughout the Olympics and I thought they stood a real good chance. He said that was good info because he had laid down a large bet in Vegas for the Czech team to win. The reasoning he shared with me was that he had bet against Dominik Hasek once before when he traded the goalie away from the Hawks. Mr. Wirtz said he wasnt going to bet against Hasek this time around! The Dominator shut out the Russian team and the Czechs won the gold medal. We were a tired but jovial bunch that boarded a bus arranged by Sr. V.P. of Hockey Operations Brian Burke to transport us from Nagano back to Tokyo following the gold medal game. And Burkie was busy snapping pictures of everyone as for his Nagano album.  Following a brief sleep in the airport hotel, we boarded an early morning flight back home. Our stay at home was extremely short because the referees had to all fly to Toronto early the next morning for a meeting that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman insisted we attend. While we were in Nagano, the Commissioner had us craft a document with referee-in-chief Bryan Lewis in an attempt to solve the ongoing obstruction crisis in the NHL. As such, we had to jump on a plane and attend a referees-only meeting. Fortunately, those of us that had worked the Olympics were given a week off to recover from the jet lag. The meeting held in Toronto didnt prove all that productive since it wasnt until 2006 that a meaningful difference resulted in dealing with obstruction! The Olympic experience is a highlight of everyones career, whether as a player or as an official. 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SANTA CLARA, Calif. Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Uk . -- Lee Nguyen scored in the 93rd minute, and the New England Revolution beat the San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 on Saturday night for their first win of the season. Nguyen raced to Scott Caldwells long pass down the left wing, and then cut inside before deking San Jose defender Clarence Goodson and beating goalkeeper Jon Busch for the winning score for New England (1-2-1). The Revolution ended a 305-minute scoring drought to start the season when San Jose defender Victor Bernardez knocked the ball into the Earthquakes net while trying to make a last-ditch clearance. Chris Wondolowski had a second-half equalizer for the Earthquakes, who hadnt lost at Buck Shaw Stadium since March 3, 2013. The loss ends an unbeaten string of 21 home matches in all competitions for San Jose. The Revolutions first goal ended a bizarre sequence that began with New England midfielder Diego Fagundez playing a pass over the top toward forward Saer Sene. San Jose goalkeeper Jon Busch charged off his line, but left back Jordan Stewart reached the ball first and his attempted clearance pushed it out of Buschs reach. Bernardez attempted a right-footed save inside the 6-yard box, but he inadvertently kicked his left foot instead and whiffed on the ball. The Quakes held roughly 80 per cent of possession for the first 10 minutes of the first half and continued to build pressure in the second half. Wondolowski finally made that work pay off in the 69th minute when he collected a deflected cross and cut a tightly angled shot across the face of goal from 4 yards, tucking it neatly inside the far post. Goodson delivered a critical block on Nguyens open shot in the 80th minute. Nike Blazer Low Mens Trainers . The German Football Federation says Bender was injured in training in the teams camp in northern Italy. Benders injury increases problems for coach Joachim Loew in central midfield. Discount Nike Air Max 1. The Jets (30-29-9) have 69 points and trail the Stars (32-23-11) by six points for a Western Conference Wild Card playoff spot.Each week, TSN.ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mitch Ward discuss three hot fantasy football topics. 1) Are you buying into Philip Rivers hot start in San Diego? Cullen: Believe it or not, I am. Head coach Mike McCoy has had some success as the offensive co-ordinator with far lesser quarterbacks (Kyle Orton, Tim Tebow), so resurrecting one as talented as Rivers shouldnt be as difficult. Obviously Rivers receivers have to stay healthy, and losing Danario Alexander in camp was a downer, but with Antonio Gates, Eddie Royal, Malcom Floyd and Vincent Brown, thats enough talent to get Rivers north of 4,000 yards and, more importantly, drop the interception totals from the last couple seasons. Now, Im not buying 5,000 yards and 50-plus touchdowns, like his current pace, but thats not fair to expect of anyone. Fisher: No. Rivers is the fourth-ranked fantasy QB and has almost doubled his projected points totals through two weeks but I dont think itll last. Rivers will eventually fall to QB2 status where he belongs, although thats higher than some had him ahead of the season. Too much has fallen in Rivers favour to think his two-week performance is anything more than a hot run. San Diego has duked it out in all-offensive wars each of their first two games this year, forcing the Chargers to lean toward the pass over the run, and Rivers favourite connection has been the similarly shaky fantasy performer Eddie Royal. Theres no doubt Mike McCoy will be a breath of fresh air for Rivers and San Diegos offence, but I think well see a happy medium between last years numbers and this years fast start develop for Rivers starting this week in Tennessee. Ward: Will the real Philip Rivers please stand up? Im not going all in on the Rivers revival just yet. While I think you can expect better production out of him in Mike McCoys system this season, his arm just isnt what it once was and he doesnt have the weapons to produce QB1 numbers on a consistent basis. If he was on my team, Id probably be looking to sell high. 2) With Knowshon Moreno looking entrenched as the Broncos starter at RB, is he worth starting on your team every week? Cullen: If youre starting two backs, sure, its reasonable to start Moreno, but I dont know that hes so entrenched in the spot. The injury to left tackle Ryan Clady might help Moreno in that respect, because his blitz pickup is one of the advantages he holds over Montee Ball, but its still worth noting that Moreno had 16 touches to Balls 14 in Week Two. The production was much more in favour of Moreno (107 yards and two touchdowns compared to Balls 41 yards) and thats why hes worth starting right now, but I dont yet have the feeling that Moreno is a locked-in, guaranteed starter for the rest of the season. Fisher: Moreno is your prototypical boom or bust candidate, only with the added deterrent of two other RBs on the roster close to stealing touches. Moreno is the teams leading back because he protects Peyton Manning better than the others and anyone getting regular snaps in that offence is bound to have big scoring days like Moreno had last week, but they arent going to come eevery week. Cheap Nike Air Max 1 Uk. . If its not Morenos time to shine in the Broncos offence, you could be looking at a five-point day from one of your starting RBs. Not good enough. If you have nobody else, take the chance Moreno will have another ‘boom week, but a more consistent back, who is at less risk of losing touches, could be the safer route. Ward: For now. You definitely wouldnt want him as your top back, but he has value as a mid- to low-end RB2 right now. The Broncos coaching staff has completely soured on Ronnie Hillman and Montee Ball just isnt ready to play a ton of snaps with his fumbling and pass protection issues. The Broncos will be playing with a lead for most of the year which should mean plenty of touches for Moreno in the second half of games. Eventually Ball will eat into his touches, but as long as Moreno is at the top of the depth chart, roll him out there. 3) What is TE Jordan Camerons ceiling in Cleveland? Cullen: There are a couple of moves this week that might lower Camerons ceiling a bit. After two weeks, he ranked second among tight ends with 203 receiving yards and I would have been inclined to say that he has a chance to be a Top Five tight end, because the tight end group gets rather muddled after the top three or four. But then the Browns named Brian Hoyer as their starting quarterback. Its not like Brandon Weeden is a world-beater, but hes had more than 96 career pass attempts and Hoyer hasnt done anything to this point in his career to generate confidence. So that counts against Cameron somewhat. The other factor is the trade of RB Trent Richardson to Indianapolis. Combining iffy quarterback play with a now unproven running game sounds like a lot more three-and-outs for a Browns offence that was already capable of putting those on the board. With those two factors taken into account, I think Cameron can still be a Top 10 tight end, but its lower than I would have suggested, say, Sunday night. Fisher: Cameron looks closer and closer to the real deal every week, even in Clevelands offence. Hes the fifth-rated TE through two weeks despite playing in 31st ranked offence, with the 29th ranked QB. The former fourth-rounder seems like a legit talent at tight end as more and more pure athletes are turning the position into a premier one. He could have a ceiling as high as Top 3 (behind Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham) if of course, he played somewhere other than Cleveland. His floor could be amongst the almost elite, think Vernon Davis and Jason Witten, and with the Browns feeble offence, hell likely be stuck closer to that than his ceiling. Camerons fantasy stock could drop a little for Week 3 with surprise starter Brian Hoyer taking over for the injured Brandon Weeden, but he has enough talent to still produce TE1 numbers. Ward: Even with the Browns middling quarterback play (and thats being generous), Cameron is a solid TE1. Put him on a better team, with a better quarterback and he has top-3 potential. Hes big, super athletic and is developing into an excellent route-runner. Even with Josh Gordons return from suspension, Cameron could remain the Browns top receiving option. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys china cheap jerseys wholesale jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '


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