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Golf pro behind ad urging Jags to ink Tebow

Golf Pro Admits To Tebow Advert

 

Dewey Arnette insists he’s not the man to prepare a rally or publicly urge others to face up for one thing, but the golf professional, who has tutored the likes of Padraig Harrington and Darren Clarke, has discovered himself behind the motion to deliver Tim Tebow to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Arnette – who spends time in Jacksonville, Fla., and the Grenadines, and fees $400 an hour for his wisdom on the links – says he was the one who spent $1,200 to purchase an ad within the Monday editions of the Florida Instances-Union.

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Ex-PGA Tour golfer Dewey Arnette took out this $1,200 ad in Monday’s Florida-Instances Union urging Jaguars boss Shahid Khan to ink Tim Tebow.

“I do not really get behind causes and hold up indicators,” Arnette stated. “But this was different.”

“Pricey Mr. Khan,” the ad says, referring to team proprietor Shahid Khan. “Sign Tim Tebow & we will fill the stadium!” The ad is signed by “The Residents of Jacksonville.”

ESPN asked the Florida Times-Union advert gross sales department to reveal who was behind the ad. Citing confidentiality, the paper declined to reveal who represented “The Citizens Of Jacksonville” till Arnette gave his permission. It turns out Arnette has been behind a slew of latest Tebow propaganda.

Previously six weeks, Arnette and his son John have gauged the reaction after holding up “Tebow to Jax” signs in Jacksonville’s San Marco Square and handing out Tebow T-shirts in the streets. The Arnettes also have purchased ads on radio stations and billboards round city, and have paid to have Tebow phrases written on airplane banners which have flown over stadiums. Dewey Arnette even spent cash to place “Tebow to Jacksonville” messages on place mats at the Metro Diner, a neighborhood scorching spot. The proprietor of the diner, Arnette said, was so supportive, he gave Arnette an even bigger advert than what he paid for.

Tebow, who gained the Heisman Trophy in 2007 while on the College of Florida, performed his highschool ball in Jacksonville.

“I don’t want to come off as odd,” Arnette said. “The thing is, having accomplished this stuff, I know how supportive individuals are of Tim Tebow round right here. And our requirements for the staff are simply so low right now.”

In two years’ time, Tebow has gone from getting a playoff victory because the starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos to being out of the league. He performed sparingly last season with the Jets and was cut from the New England Patriots on Aug. 31.

For his or her part, the Jaguars, who have lost nine of their first 10 video games this season, have seemed disinterested in Tebow. Khan, when asked in regards to the idea of signing Tebow final month, advised TMZ, “We’d like lots of good gamers.”

Arnette, whose file of eight straight birdies in a PGA Tour occasion stood for 12 years, says he is a realist.

“I anticipate it to fully fall on deaf ears,” Arnette mentioned. “But I simply needed to give it a strive. Yeah, this isn’t a type of actual injustices on the earth. But I really feel bad for him. He deserves a shot.”

In the meantime, Tebow just lately signed with CAA broadcasting agent Nick Khan (no relation to the Jaguars’ owner) to figure out a attainable on-air future.

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NFL Week 11 Game Recap- Broncos Top Undefeated Chiefs To Win 27-17

Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs (9-1)- 17

Denver Broncos (9-1)- 27

 

Line: DEN -7.0

Over/Under: 49.0

 

The Denver Broncos on Sunday night showed us that for now… they are the better team in the NFL as they knocked-off the now no-longer undefeated Kansas City Chiefs 27-17 and take over the top-spot in the AFC West by virtual of the tie-breaker over the Chiefs.

 

In what was the biggest game of the year so far, Peyton Manning threw for 323 yards and a touchdown and went barely touched as Kansas City with a league-leading 36 sacks went blank on Sunday night.

 

They were under fire last week because Peyton got hit a few times but they’ve done a great job all year,” said Bronco’s interim coach Jack Del Rio, now 2-0 while head coach John Fox recovers from heart surgery. “We knew this was a game you had to play well in the trenches to have a chance.”

 

With concerns on the Denver offensive line, tackles Chris Clark and Orlando Franklin, shut out Kansas City’s sack duo of Justin Houston and Tamba Hali along with the rest of the KC defense.

 

We just keep our heads down and keep blocking- don’t look at the scoreboard, don’t look at the time, keep blocking your guy—like tunnel vision,” Clark said.

 

The Chiefs didn’t even record a single hit on Manning.

 

Our plan was to get to the quarterback but the ball is coming out quick,” Hali said. “He did a great job and their team did a great job protecting him.”

 

Manning agrees…

 

The protection was outstanding, we ran the ball consistently, tried to keep them off-balance,” Manning said. “We wanted a mix of running and passing game and I’m really proud of those guys up front.”

 

Both teams now sit at 9-1 in the NFC West with round 2 scheduled in two weeks.

 

Denver got out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter against a Chiefs defense that came into the game also leading the league in points allowed (12.8), but Denver’s offense eventually became too much as they possess the league’s highest-scoring offense at 41.2 and held a 17-10 lead at halftime.

 

Kansas City’s defense hasn’t allowed more then 17 points all year, however the offense isn’t built on going toe-to-toe with a high-powered offense.

 

Chief’s quarterback Alex Smith finished with 230 yards and two touchdowns and the Kansas City as a whole finished with 344 total yards, but it wasn’t enough.

 

We didn’t do a good job offensively,” Kansas City coach Andy Reid said. “That’s my responsibility. We’re a young football team. We’ll get it worked out and fixed and get better next week.”

 

Kansas City returns home to take on the San Diego Chargers before hosting Denver in the second of two in two weeks and Denver will be faced with another marquee match-up against New England in prime-time next Sunday night.

 

For Sunday night however, round one goes to the Broncos.

 

By Mario Martinez- Wonder Punter

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NFL Week 11 Recap and Scores

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Scores for Week 11 NFL Games

 

With Week 11 of the NFL season almost in the books with the conclusion of Monday night’s game… we were entertained with some good ballgames between the 49ers/Saints, (Thursday’s) Colts/Titans, Ravens/Bears and Sunday night’s marquee match-up that saw the undefeated Chiefs lose their first game of the season to the Denver Broncos.

Here is a quick recap of each game through Sunday night and how they faired against the spread.

 

Thursday 11/14

 

Indianapolis Colts (7-3)- 30

Tennessee Titans (4-6)- 27

 

Line: IND -3.0

Over/Under: 42.5

 

Colts rally from 14 points back to beat Titans.

 

 

Sunday Games: 11/16

 

Oakland Raiders (4-6)- 28

Houston Texans (2-8)- 23

 

Line: HOU -10.5

Over/Under: 40.5

 

Oakland backup quarterback rookie Matt McGloin leads Raiders over Texans.

 

Arizona Cardinals (6-4)- 27

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-9)- 14

 

Line: ARI -9.0

Over/Under- 40.5

 

Carson Palmer throws for 419 yards and 2 TDs to lead Arizona to third straight win.

 

Atlanta Falcons (2-8)- 28

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-8)- 41

 

Line: TB -2.0

Over/Under: 43.5

 

Buccaneers running back Bobby Rainey rushes for 163 yards and three touchdowns to lead Tampa Bay to their second straight win.

 

Detroit Lions (6-4)- 27

Pittsburgh Steelers (4-6)- 37

 

Line: DET -3.0

Over/Under: 45.0

 

Surging Steelers rally late with two touchdowns to beat Lions.

 

Washington Redskins (3-7)- 16

Philadelphia Eagles (6-5)- 24

 

Eagles claim sole possession of first place in NFC East.

 

Cleveland Browns (4-6)- 20

Cincinnati Bengals (7-4)- 41

 

Line: CIN -4.5

Over/Under: 40.0

 

Bengals score 31 points in the second quarterback to snap two game losing streak with win.

 

Baltimore Ravens (4-6)- 20

Chicago Bears (6-4)- 23

 

LINE CHI -3.0

Over/Under: 40.5

 

Bears kick 38-yard field goal in OT to hand Ravens fourth loss in last five games.

 

New York Jets (5-5)- 14

Buffalo Bills (4-7)- 37

 

Line: NYJ -1.5

Over/Under: 39.0

 

Bills force four turnovers and shutdown Geno Smith

 

San Diego Chargers (4-6)- 16

Miami Dolphins (5-5)- 20

 

Line: SD -2.5

Over/Under: 44.5

 

Dolphins win for only the second time in the last seven games.

 

Minnesota Vikings (2-8)- 20

Seattle Seahawks (10-1)- 41

 

Line: SEA -13.0

Over/under: 45.0

 

Seahawks record 13th home win in a row as Percy Harvin makes season debut.

 

Green Bay Packers (5-5)- 13

New York Giants (4-6)- 27

 

Line: NYG -3.0

Over/Under: 41.0

 

Giants win their fourth straight game to stay in contention in the NFC East.

 

San Francisco 49ers (6-4)- 20

New Orleans Saints (8-2)- 23

 

Line: NO -3.5

Over/Under: 50.0

 

Saints use three 4th quarter field goals to remain perfect (6-0) at home.

 

Kansas City Chiefs (9-1)- 17

Denver Broncos (9-1)- 27

 

Line: DEN -7.0

Over/Under: 49.0

 

The Broncos take the first of two meetings as they move into first place by virtual of the tie-breaker.

 

Monday 11/18

 

New England Patriots (7-2) @ Carolina Panthers (6-3) 11/18- 8:30 PM EST

 

Line: CAR -3.0

Over/Under: 46.5

 

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Two defenses fantasy football players must own for the playoffs

Buffalo Bills DT Marcell Dareus
Marcell Dareus will muscle OLs

In the event you’re in stable place to make your fantasy soccer playoffs, it is time to begin planning forward, stashing useful players in your bench.

Or on this case, defenses. Within the Fantasy Sports activities Writers Affiliation Trade Insiders League – a one hundred twenty-workforce, 10-division battle royale – it appears to be like like I’ll make the postseason, a 40-staff, multi-stage survivor collection, so to speak.

I don’t usually carry two DTs except it is a formidably deep league like this one. I’ve completed so now as a result of I need to save a hammer FAAB bid for the postseason, and it helps to get a bounce on any benefit doable.

Ergo, I’ve paired the Houston Texans with the Buffalo Bills. Take a look at their remaining schedules by means of the standard fantasy playoffs.

Check out all those Jacksonville Jaguars duels. Squee.

When picking a DT, I focus a lot much less on factors allowed and as an alternative on the ditch matchups, and for these two golf equipment, I’m optimistic on how their respective defensive traces will overpower their opponents’ front five for many of these contests.

Wk HOU BUF
eleven OAK NYJ
12 JAX BYE
thirteen NE ATL
14 @JAX @TB
15 @IND @JAX
16 DEN MIA

As for the midrange tilts: Geno Smith could torment the Bills’ secondary, however the New York Jets rook should be sacked a bunch within the process. The Atlanta Falcons’ offensive line ought to be weak enough to control, but with Roddy White transferring back into type, there’s extra threat than there was only a few weeks ago. Of course, smart betters usually go against Matt Ryan on the street.

The Indianapolis Colts’ absence of Reggie Wayne hasn’t stopped them in latest weeks, and T.Y. Hilton labored Houston the last time he confronted them. But with Gary Kubiak returning, it’s going to be helpful for Wade Phillips to give attention to simply D once more with out the crew being in second-half chaos.

I dig how the remainder of these matchups play out. Maybe the Denver Broncos will be in position to relaxation their playmakers, together with Peyton Manning (ankle), however I’ll wait on that one.

The Bills are still widely obtainable (sixty five percent of leagues I polled) and even Houston, who’s only unfastened in 22 percent, might still be snagged in a number of video games (for J.J. Watt alone).

Tim’s work has been featured by USA Today/Sports activities Weekly, amongst numerous outlets, and recognized as a finalist within the Fantasy Sports Writers Affiliation awards. The Boston College alum competes in Tout Wars and LABR and has won a number of trade leagues in both baseball and soccer.

Throughout baseball and football season, hear him every Wednesday on 1570 AM WNST in Baltimore. On Thursdays, he visits 106.1 FM WMTI in New Orleans and Sirius XM Fantasy Sports activities Radio, the place he typically crashes different exhibits, as nicely.
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NFL Week 11 Sunday Night Game Preview/Pick- Kansas City vs. Denver

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NFL Prediction Kansas vs Denver Week 11 free Pick

 

Kansas City Chiefs (9-0) @ Denver Broncos (8-1) 11/17- 8:30PM EST

 

Line: DEN -9.5

Over/Under: 49.0

 

After much anticipation, the wait is almost over as the NFL’s only unbeaten team, Kansas City Chiefs (9-0) go into Denver’s Mile High Stadium to battle the 8-1 Denver Broncos in an AFC West showdown on Sunday night that will determine first place.

 

Sunday’s marquee match-up will be the first of two meetings in a three week period between these two ball clubs who have been amongst the league’s best all season long.

 

Denver’s Peyton Manning is expected to play despite a sore right ankle as an MRI preformed Monday showed no additional damage. Manning only participated in walkthroughs to preserve the ankle as much as possible.

 

It’s certainly my preference to be out (at practice), but I’m trying to do what’s best for the team in order for me to get healthy,’” Manning said.

 

Manning first suffered the injury last month after taking hits to the same area in back-to-back games and then last week against San Diego was hit again, but despite the beating to the ankle interim coach Jack Del Rio states Manning will be the starter on Sunday.

 

The Kansas City defense, which has been their ‘calling-card’ all season long will pose the biggest challenge for Manning to date as he must face a defense that has a league-high 36 sacks, with Justin Houston and Tamba Hali combining for 20.

 

The Broncos have given up the second-fewest sacks in the league with only 13, but eight have come in the last three games with left tackle being the biggest concern where replacement Chris Clark has been inconsistent since Ryan Clady has been lost for the season with a foot injury.

 

(Manning) will definitely play this week so that’s good news,” Del Rio said. “We’re definitely on high alert in wanting to protect our quarterback. We didn’t do it as well as we could (against San Diego), and we have an even greater challenge this week in the team that’s sacked quarterbacks more then anyone in this league.”

 

For the Kansas City Chiefs, coming off their bye week are ready to go, however their star Pro-Bow wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was pulled over for speeding in Riverside, MO and also charged with possession of marijuana. Bowe posted $750 bond and is set to appear in court on December 18.

 

Although Bowe is not expected to be punished by his team for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy or face any penalties until after his court appearance, however, the NFL may decide to potentially hand down a one-game suspension or fine.
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There are rules and regulations put in place and we’ll abide by the rules and regulations, and we’ll make sure we take all the information that comes out as it goes through the process,” coach Andy Reid said. “That’s where we’re going with it.”

 

I addressed him, had that opportunity to talk to him, and I’ll leave it at that. There are laws, rules and regulations, and I’ll leave it at that.”

 

Defense has been the strong point for the Chiefs all season long as the offense has been sometimes shaky, but it will take a full effort to win at Denver on Sunday night as Kansas City will facing their biggest threat to keep them from a continued perfect season. Their 9-0 start ties the best start since the 2003 KC team.

 

Off-season acquisition Alex Smith has given the KC offense a much needed boost compared to last year’s team, but it’s been the defense that is doing the job.

 

But despite Kansas City’s success this season, many feel the Broncos are still the better team in the AFC West and not much respect has been given to the Chiefs including the oddsmakers who now have the line spread at Denver (minus) -9.5 and clearly feel they are the favorite going in on Sunday. But, as always with lines constantly changing up until kickoff, check the spread often here through Wonder Punter and place your bet(s) when ready.

 

Denver swept the Chiefs last season for the first time since 2007, but Andy Reid’s team have been historically successful returning from byes, such as in Philadelphia where his Eagles won 13 straight games after a bye week.

 

December 1st both teams will meet again, but for Sundays game, my money is on the Denver Broncos as I feel that they are indeed the better team and as long as Manning is able to be effective calling the signals… I predict the Broncos beating the Chiefs .

 

PICK: Denver

By Mario Martinez- Wonder Punter

 

 

 

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Wonder Punter NFL Week 11 Power Rankings

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NFL Power rankings for week 11 2013

 

With a 10 full weeks of NFL games in the books, let’s take a look at our new NFL Power Rankings for Week 11 which will begin on Thursday. The Indianapolis Colts who were a constant top 5 teams in our rankings took a hit with their bad loss at the hands of the Rams, as did some other teams after Sunday and Monday night’s game. The Carolina Panthers made the biggest jump with their impressive defensive performances win at San Francisco. And Tampa Bay and Jacksonville are in the win column… finally.

 

1 Kansas City Chiefs (9-0)- Even with the bye week, I will keep them in No. 1 spot, however they will be challenged in the next two of three weeks with the Denver Broncos on the bill.

 

2 Denver Broncos (8-1)- Denver’s next three games…. KC, at New England, at KC. Things are about to get interesting in the AFC.

 

3 Seattle Seahawks (9-1)- Seattle put together a full road game against the Falcons on Sunday and dominated them. Much more impressive win.

 

4 New Orleans Saints (7-2)- World beaters at home… except in the NFL you only get to play half at home during the regular season.

 

5 New England Patriots (7-2)- Coming off their bye week, they will have a great road test at Carolina on Monday night.

 

6 Carolina Panthers (6-3)- One quality victory down with a road win at San Fran., can they duplicate another at home against the Patriots on Monday night?

 

7 Indianapolis Colts (6-3)- I don’t think anyone is sure what happened to them on Sunday’s ugly home loss to the Rams…. They couldn’t have been looking ahead to the Titans, could they have?

 

8 San Francisco (6-3)- A bounce here, a bounce there, who knows… but teams 6 and 7 beat them at Candlestick.

 

9 Detroit Lions (6-3)- Big road win at Soldier Field to take over sole possession over first place in the NFC North.

 

10 Cincinnati Bengals (6-4)- Back-to-back road losses at Miami then Baltimore.. lose to Cleveland on Sunday and they may have a problem.

 

11 New York Jets (5-4)- Coming off their bye week with winnable game at Buffalo on Sunday.

 

12 Chicago Bears (5-4)- Can Josh McCown hold it together ‘til Cutler makes it back… whenever that is.

 

13 Philadelphia Eagles (5-5)- Nick Foles has had two great back-to-back games. My favorites now to win a weak NFC East.

 

14 Green Bay Packers (5-4)- Despite their quarterback injuries, they have a winnable game at the Giants on Sunday.

 

15 Dallas Cowboys (5-5)- In what was probably their ‘rock bottom’ game on Sunday, they are still in first place in the NFC.. but barely.

 

16 Arizona Cardinals (5-4)- Too bad they have play in the same division as the Seahawks and 49ers.

 

17 San Diego Chargers (4-5)- Too bad they have to play in same division as the Chiefs and Broncos.

 

18 Cleveland Browns (4-5)- Win at Cincinnati on Sunday and they may have a chance to win what is now a weak AFC North.

 

19 Baltimore Ravens (4-5)- It’s a good thing the defense showed up on Sunday against the Bengals because the offense was nowhere to be found.

 

20 St. Louis Rams (4-6)- The Tavon Austin show and a blowout win at Indy.

 

21 Miami Dolphins (4-5)- In week one following the bullying-blowup, they lose to the winless Bucs.

 

22 Tennessee Titans (4-5)- First they lose Jake Locker for the year, then they lose to the worst team in the league.

 

23 Washington Redskins (3-6)- In a weak NFC East, they show no signs of wanting it.

 

24 Oakland Raiders (3-6)- Have now lost 12 straight on East Coast trips and now word Terrelle Pryor may be out for awhile.

 

25 Pittsburgh Steelers (3-6)- What’s all this talk about trading away ‘Big Ben?’ Will that make them better… and will anybody take a banged-up quarterback?

 

26 New York Giants (3-6)- Must I keep talking about the NFC East anymore… they’re still in it but have some tough games coming up.

 

27 Buffalo Bills (3-7)- It’s all about building a foundation for 2014.

 

28 Houston Texans (2-7)- Still better then their record indicates.

 

29. Atlanta Falcons (2-7)- I used to think they were better then their record indicated.

 

30 Minnesota Vikings (2-7)- With Christian Ponder’s status up in the air for Sunday’s game, will we see another quarterback change for the Vikings?

 

31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-8)- Guess they didn’t want to be ranked last in the league.

 

32 Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8)- Well for about 32 hours they were ranked 31st….

 

 

 

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Cowboys’ Jones vows not to shake up staff

How Bad Are The Cowboys?

 

IRVING, Texas – Jerry Jones sees no purpose to shake up the Dallas Cowboys’ teaching workers during the bye week, though he does have some direct recommendation for his coaches.

JonesWe’re 5-5. We’re tied for the lead in our division. We have gamers coming again. We’ve got one of the best quarterbacks in the Nationwide Football League. We’re off of a tough loss. That does not name for main changes out here at all.

- Jerry Jones

Jones, the Cowboys’ proprietor/normal manager, was adamant on his radio present Tuesday morning that defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin would not be a midseason departure and coach Jason Garrett would not seize play-calling duties from offensive coordinator Bill Callahan.

Each potentialities had been subjects of media speculation in the wake of the Cowboys’ 49-17 loss Sunday night to the New Orleans Saints.

“Say it any manner you need to, I’m not even going to deal with – actually I am not – the teaching workers as to whether or not they’re protected or they are not,” Jones stated on KRLD-FM. “We’re 5-5. We’re tied for the lead in our division. We have players coming back. We have got the most effective quarterbacks within the Nationwide Football League. We’re off of a tough loss.

“That does not name for main changes out right here at all.”

Jones firmly answered “no” when asked about the potential for change within the offensive play-calling duties. Garrett gave up those duties this offseason on the urging of Jones.

Monte Kiffin and Jason Garrett

Jerry Jones says he isn’t contemplating giving the offensive play-calling duties again to educate Jason Garrett, left, or changing defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, right, during the Cowboys’ bye week.

With Callahan calling plays, the Cowboys rank fourth within the league in scoring at 27.four factors per game. However, they have sputtered offensively since a fifty one-48 loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 5 and were held to 193 complete yards in Sunday’s loss to the Saints.

Jones particularly shouldn’t be glad with the way in which receiver Dez Bryant is being utilized. Bryant has fifty two catches for 749 yards and eight touchdowns this season but was focused only twice towards the Saints, who double-teamed him on a constant basis.

“We need to get him the ball extra,” Jones said. “I believe that’s the sort of thing that is an inexpensive thing that you could regulate over a two-week interval that we’re going into with our bye week. How can we work to get him the ball more?”

The Dallas defense, which switched to a 4-3 scheme after the offseason firing of Rob Ryan and hiring of Kiffin, ranks final within the league with an average of 439.8 yards allowed. Dallas has damaged the franchise file for yards allowed in two of the final three games, giving up 623 yards in a loss to the Detroit Lions and 625 to the Saints.

Jones is optimistic that the defense will drastically improve after the bye, when defensive deal with Jason Hatcher, cornerback Morris Claiborne and security J.J. Wilcox are anticipated to return from injuries. Beginning linebackers Sean Lee and Justin Durant suffered hamstring strains towards the Saints which are anticipated to sideline them for three or four weeks, Jones confirmed.

Kiffin is considered one of many architects of the Tampa 2 scheme, but Jones mentioned the Cowboys must play extra man coverage to succeed with their personnel, contemplating the damage attrition to the defensive line.

“It’s essential to most likely man up more in the secondary than we’ve been doing, reasonably than counting on zone,” Jones mentioned. “Because if we will not get stress and we’re counting on the normal zone as you would possibly mentally image it, then that is a recipe for what occurred to us the opposite evening.”

The Cowboys enter their bye week at500 after consecutive eight-8 seasons. Dallas, which is making an attempt to finish a 3-yr playoff drought, is tied with the Philadelphia Eagles atop the NFC East standings.

“Certainly, 5-5 shouldn’t be acceptable,” Jones mentioned. “We will say that we had been shut on all however one of those video games. We have been competitive and very easily may have gained any of those four [different] video games that we misplaced. I would have to say it could be a stretch to say that we should have received or we should always have been in there shut in New Orleans. You may get pretty critical of every part when you use New Orleans as a basis to criticize on, but typically, sure, I am going to take our chances with Kansas City the best way we played them up there the second recreation of the 12 months. We had an opportunity to win that ballgame and performed nicely enough to win. Denver, we had an opportunity to win.

“So that you look again on these and I do not assume you take a look at what occurred to us in New Orleans the opposite evening and grow to be panicky.”

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NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

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Power Rankings for the NFL week 10 – WonderPunter

 

With 9 weeks of the NFL season in the books, let’s take a look at Week 10’s Power Rankings where a few teams made some jumps and others went backwards after this past weekend’s games.

 

1. Kansas City Chiefs (9-0)- As much as I still think they are not deserving of the top ranking.. they are still the only undefeated team. Bye week then a showdown with the Denver Broncos.

 

2. Denver Broncos (7-1)- With the bye week out of the way, can they continue to play at a high-level without head coach John Fox on the mend for possibly two months for a heart attack? Chargers and Chiefs coming up.

 

3. Indianapolis Colts (6-2)- They have beaten some quality teams to this point, but remember no more Reggie Wayne to help the offense.

 

4. Seattle Seahawks (8-1)- Expected better from a team that has struggled against the Rams and Bucs for victories.

 

5. San Francisco 49ers (6-2)- Big home game against the surging Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

 

6. New Orleans Saints (6-2)- Will look to bounce back against the Cowboys after Sundays loss to the Jets.

 

7. New England Patriots (7-2)- They head into the bye week after an impressive blowout win over the Steelers 55-31.

 

8. Cincinnati Bengals (6-3)- Can they avoid back-to-back road losses with the Ravens coming up?

 

9. Chicago Bears (5-3)- Big road win on Monday night in Lambeau gave them a big move up the rankings. Next up Detroit and possibly Jay Cutler returning to action.

 

10. Detroit Lions (5-3)- Coming off their bye week with a road game at Soldier Field.

 

11. Carolina Panthers (5-3)- All their wins have been against bad teams, now they visit the Niners on Sunday to prove their worth.

 

12. Green Bay Packers (5-3)- Dropped from last week and now with Aaron Rodgers out of action, they may continue to fall.

 

13. Dallas Cowboys (5-4)- Still middle of the road for me but they are in first place in a weak NFC East. Will be tested against the Saints on Sunday night.

 

14. New York Jets (5-4)- Good home win against a good Saints team leading into the bye week.

 

15. San Diego Chargers (4-4)- Another fourth quarter loss last week, now next up is the Denver Broncos.

 

16. Tennessee Titans (4-4)- I still like this football team and have the hapless Jags coming into town.

 

17. Miami Dolphins (4-4)- Can they overcome all the bad press this week and beat a winless Bucs team on Monday night?

 

18. Cleveland Browns (4-5)- Is Jason Campbell the answer to Hoyle?

 

19. Arizona Cardinals (4-4)- Next up is the Texans as they look to go above .500, unfortunately they have the 49ers and Seahawks to contend with in their division.

 

20. Philadelphia Eagles (4-5)- Back-up quarterback Nick Foles completely embarrassed the Raiders with seven touchdown passes, yet Vick may still get his job back when healthy.

 

21. Baltimore Ravens (4-4)- Offense must improve if they want to contend.

 

22. Washington Redskins (3-5)- With Minnesota coming up Thursday night, now is the chance to string some wins together in the winnable NFC East.

 

23. Buffalo Bills (3-6)- Tough road loss to the unbeaten Chiefs, but still like the direction they are going.

 

24. Oakland Raiders (3-5)- Horrible defensive performance against the Eagles. Next up is the lowly Giants, but it’s always tough for west coast teams to head east and win.

 

25. Houston Texans (2-6)- Defense is still there and had the Colts beat, but losing their coach proved too tough to overcome.

 

26. Atlanta Falcons (2-6)- Season is over and people are wondering why future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez wasn’t traded to a team with a chance to win it all?

 

27. St. Louis Rams (3-6)- Playing with a back up QB and heading into Indianapolis on Sunday.

 

28. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-6)- Was Sundays blowout loss to the Patriots 55-31 their rock bottom? The worst we’ve seen in years!

 

29. New York Giants (2-6)- They have a very beatable Oakland team coming into town on Sunday.

 

30. Minnesota Vikings (1-7)- I guess the Josh Freeman quarterback of our future experiment is over after one game.

 

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-8)- Gave Seattle all they could handle and showed some pride before falling in OT.

 

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-8)- What hasn’t been said already? Next up at Tennessee. 

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NFL reduces Meriweather’s ban to 1 game

Washington Redskins security Brandon Meriweather’s suspension for illegal hits in Sunday’s game in opposition to the Chicago Bears was decreased to one recreation without pay Wednesday from the two-sport ban he obtained earlier this week.

Meriweather’s attraction was heard Wednesday by hearing officer Ted Cottrell. He’ll now be forced to take a seat out the Redskins’ sport Sunday towards the Denver Broncos.

Meriweather was flagged twice for personal fouls within the Redskins’ 45-41 win over the Bears. He was referred to as for a helmet-to-helmet hit on receiver Alshon Jeffery on the finish of a 28-yard catch late within the third quarter. Late in the fourth quarter, Meriweather launched into receiver Brandon Marshall after he dropped a pass in the end zone.

It’s not the primary time the NFL has punished Meriweather. He was fined $forty two,000 for 2 hits in a Week 2 loss at Green Bay. And he was fined $50,000 for successful in 2010 with New England and accrued $forty five,000 in fines a year later with Chicago.

Earlier Wednesday, Meriweather’s teammates fired back at feedback from the Chicago Bears, with Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall saying he has no respect for tight finish Martellus Bennett.

Bennett said on his radio present on WSCR-670 in Chicago on Monday, “I still wish to punch him within the face.”

Bears receiver Brandon Marshall mentioned after Sunday’s game that the NFL ought to think about banning Meriweather from the league.

Brandon MeriweatherBrandon Meriweather was flagged twice for unlawful hits towards the Bears: on this play in opposition to receiver Alshon Jeffery and also in opposition to Brandon Marshall.

“I do not know [Bennett] personally, but he had a chance to say no matter he wished to in the course of the sport, after the game – and the kid did not open his mouth,” Hall stated. “No respect for a guy who wants to take a shot after the very fact. No respect for a man like that.”

“Guys like that, possibly he needs to get suspended or taken out of the game completely… I understand large hits. That is a part of our recreation,” Marshall mentioned Sunday. “But when you might have a guy that does it week in and week out, that is when it becomes a problem.”

Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson scoffed at the concept Meriweather should be kicked out of the league. He and Corridor both pointed to security Reed Doughty, who took a vicious hit whereas diving for an onside kick and suffered a concussion.

“Brandon Marshall can be kicked out of the league for pushing off every time he will get to the top of the route,” Wilson stated. “Every time a receiver comes in and cracks on a safety, he should be kicked out of the league for hitting him. The man that hit Reed Doughty on the kickoff – I might hear it from the sideline.. nobody says something about punching [that player] within the face. It has nothing to do with anybody having a vendetta against anybody. We’re just on the market making an attempt to play soccer one of the best ways we know how.

“Let the league decide what they do. Let the refs throw the flag, and let’s just play the game… It is soccer. You signed up for this.”

 

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Source: Redskins’ Meriweather appeals ban

Washington Redskins security Brandon Meriweather has appealed his two-game suspension for illegal hits in opposition to the Chicago Bears on Sunday, a league supply instructed ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder.

Brandon MeriweatherBrandon Meriweather was flagged twice for illegal hits against the Bears: on this play in opposition to receiver Alshon Jeffery and in addition against Brandon Marshall.

The enchantment is scheduled to be heard Wednesday with a decision to comply with on whether or not Meriweather will probably be permitted to play in Sunday’s recreation in opposition to the Denver Broncos.

Meriweather was suspended for two games Monday after yet another Sunday marked by personal fouls. If his suspension stands, it’ll value him $141,176.

Meriweather was flagged twice for personal fouls within the Redskins’ 45-forty one win over the Bears. He was referred to as for a helmet-to-helmet hit on receiver Alshon Jeffery on the end of a 28-yard catch late within the third quarter. Late within the fourth quarter, Meriweather launched into receiver Brandon Marshall after he dropped a cross ultimately zone.

After the sport Marshall said he thought the league ought to contemplate kicking out Meriweather due to the way in which he performs. Many Bears weren’t blissful Tuesday both.

“I nonetheless need to punch him within the face,” tight finish Martellus Bennett stated throughout his weekly radio present on WSR-670 in Chicago.

Knowledgeable of the league’s suspension of Meriweather, Bennett quipped: “We do not get any of his money.”

Marshall spoke with ESPN’s Linda Cohn on Tuesday and stated he understands that rule adjustments have made it tougher on defensive gamers however that they are the rules they usually’ve been carried out for a cause.

He also stated that he reached out to Meriweather to debate the state of affairs but got here away without much agreement.

“It was a type of things it seemed like he was more concerned about being suspended and shedding some cash when I was simply attempting to explain to him (to) neglect that, let’s speak about life,” Marshall mentioned. “Let’s talk about life after soccer, with the ability to operate. And attempting to specific to him that you just’re hurting your self too physically.”

It isn’t the primary time the NFL has punished Meriweather. He was fined $42,000 for 2 hits in a Week 2 loss at Green Bay. And he was fined $50,000 for a success in 2010 with New England and accrued $45,000 in fines a year later with Chicago.

There may be precedent for Meriweather successful an enchantment. Tampa Bay safety Dashon Goldson had his one-recreation suspension overturned earlier this season after a helmet-to-helmet hit on the New Orleans Saints’ Darren Sproles, although he was nonetheless fined $100,000. Last season, Baltimore Ravens security Ed Reed received his attraction and his one-recreation suspension for successful to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Emmanuel Sanders was diminished to a $50,000 high-quality.

Washington’s different beginning security, Reed Doughty, exited Sunday’s win with a concussion. The Redskins have no confirmed starter behind Doughty and Meriweather, and have been pressured to often play three corners and one security.

 
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NFL Power Rankings- Week 8

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NFL Power Rankings – Week 8

 

Here is this the NFL Power Rankings for Week 8:

 

#1 Kansas City Chiefs (7-0)- Still not sure they are the best team in the league, but they are undefeated and we can’t argue with a defense giving up only 11.6 points a game.

 

#2 Indianapolis Colts (5-2)- They did beat the Broncos, but which team will show up every week… the team that beat the Broncos or the team that lost to the Chargers.

 

#3 Denver Broncos (6-1)- Two improvements needed.. take care of the ball and better pass defense.

 

#4 Seattle Seahawks (6-1)- Making a believer out of me.

 

# 5 New Orleans Saints (6-1)- Still wondering how they lost to the Patriots in the last second..

 

#6 San Francisco 49ers (5-2)- 49ers are establishing their running game once again to open up the offense.

 

#7 Cincinnati Bengals (5-2)- Andy Dalton is looking for his third straight 300-yard passing game against the Jets this week.

 

#8 Green Bay Packers (4-2)- Eddie Lacy has given the Packers a solid running game leading all running backs the last three weeks.

 

#9 New England Patriots (5-2)- With Rob Gronkowski back, will the offense take off?

 

#10 Dallas Cowboys (4-3)- Defense has looked great since the Broncos left town.

 

#11 Detroit Lions (4-3)- Tough loss at home giving up the game-winning field goal against the Bengals in the last second.

 

#12 New York Jets (4-3)- Big road win at New England and Geno Smith showed he is becoming a legitimate NFL quarterback.

 

#13 San Diego Chargers (4-3)- Have the talent, just need to play a full 60-minutes of football.

 

#14 Chicago Bears (4-3)- Struggling defense and now Jay Cutler is out four weeks… can they keep it together?

 

#15 Tennessee Titans (3-4)- Now that Jake Locker is back, look for them to get back to winning.

 

#16 Baltimore Ravens (3-4)- A .500 team is all they may be this year.

 

#17 Miami Dolphins (3-3)- Back to reality after winning their first three games… now have dropped three-straight.

 

#18 Carolina Panthers (3-3)- Has Cam Newton shaken off his sophomore jinx?

 

#19 Philadelphia Eagles (3-4)- Michael Vick out one more week, but with Tampa up this week, Nick Foles can get it done.

 

#20 Atlanta Falcons (2-4)- They found the red zone last week.

 

#21 Buffalo Bills (3-4)- Big road win at Miami last week.

 

#22 Cleveland Browns (3-4)- Back to Brandon Weeden calling the signals. Not good!

 

#23 Washington Redskins (2-4)- Good home win versus Chicago, but next up is the Denver Broncos.

 

#24 Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4)- Can they continue to create turnovers and win some games?

 

#25 Arizona Cardinals (3-4)- Carson Palmer is not the answer…

 

#26 Houston Texans (2-5)- Had the Chiefs on the ropes before losing, but now no Brian Cushing to led the defense.

 

#27 Oakland Raiders (2-4)- Terrelle Pryor… get rid of the ball.

 

#28 St. Louis Rams (3-4)- Sam Bradford is lost for the season.. not that he was setting the league on fire. But still?

 

#29 New York Giants (1-6)- Win the turnover battle, win the ball game.

 

#30 Minnesota Vikings (1-5)- Is Josh Freeman the answer, he wasn’t on Monday night?

 

#31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-6)- Their ‘best’ running back is now lost for the season.

 

#32 Jacksonville Jaguars (0-7)- Is there anything really to say about this team?

Those are my NFL Power Rankings for Week 8

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NFL Sunday Night Game Recap- Broncos No Longer Perfect

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NFL Sunday Night Game Recap- Broncos No Longer Perfect

Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts ended the Denver Broncos 17-game regular season win streak and any hopes of a perfect season this year by playing like the better team in game that featured the return of Peyton Manning back to the city where it all began and handing the Broncos their first loss of the season 39-33.

 

Manning may have been the quarterback of the past for the city of Indianapolis, but Sunday night proved that Andrew Luck is the quarterback of the future as he and his Colts played the game they had to play to beat what many considered the NFL’s best team.

 

It’s not real fun watching him,” Luck said of Manning. “But he is something to watch.”

 

All signs pointed to the Broncos (6-1) winning this football game, but three costly turnovers and defensive penalties in the second half proved too much to overcome for the Peyton led offense.

 

Despite solid numbers from Manning (29/49, 386 yards passing, three TDs), he was a victim of his own miscues as well, losing a fumble and throwing an interception.

 

Manning was also sacked four times, twice by former Colt teammate Robert Mathis, which one led to a safety for the Indy.

 

That’s my job, that’s how I help my team,” Mathis said. “It felt good.”

 

This is a game we need to learn from. We, I guess, had four turnovers and still somehow had a chance to win that game,” Manning said. “I would have liked to have seen it go to a two-point game down there toward the end and see what would have happened, but it never quite got to that point. You can go back to different parts of the game and we got behind, mistakes there, but we still had a chance there at the end. We certainly have to improve from this game because we weren’t as sharp execution-wise as we’d like to be.”

 

Denver out gained the Colts, 429 to 334, but in the end it was the turnovers that hurt them, the biggest turnover being running back Ronnie Hillman losing a fumble inside the Colts 5-yard line with 3:03 left in the game.

 

Andrew Luck was however, able to execute the plays when needed, going 21 of 38 with three touchdown passes and running for another score. Most importantly, the difference being no interceptions.

 

Win the win, the Colts (5-2) extended their lead in the AFC South by two games over Tennessee who lost earlier.

 

For the Broncos, who have looked unbeatable all year, scoring points at-will on opponents now find themselves in second-place behind the surprising and NFL’s only remaining unbeaten team… the Kansas City Chiefs.

 

Manning, in his first return to Lucas Oil Stadium since leaving the Colts, received a video tribute, a standing ovation from the crowd and was grateful and thankful for his time and all he did for the city and fans of Indianapolis bringing them a Super Bowl title.

 

Afterward, Manning acknowledged it was an emotional game and the week leading up to it.

 

Hopefully, we’ll have a chance to play these guys again because it would mean we made the playoffs,” Manning said. “I think if there is a next time it may be a little easier just because it was somewhat of an emotional week and it can be a little bit draining, I will say that.”

 

As good as the Broncos still are, the Colts were just the better team on Sunday night and did a great job exposing a Denver defense that seems to be just middle-of-the-pack to me. It was on off-night by the Bronco offense that got no help from the defensive side of the ball. 

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NFL Picks Sunday Night Game Preview & Prediction- Broncos vs. Colts

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NFL Picks Sunday Night Game Preview & Prediction- Broncos vs. Colts

 

Denver Broncos (6-0) @ Indianapolis Colts (4-2) 10/20- 8:30PM EST

 

Line: DEN -6.5

Over/Under: 56.0

 

Emotions will be high for Peyton Manning Sunday night when he makes his first return trip to the city he gave a Super Bowl to… Indianapolis. Only this time he will be wearing a different uniform, as he leads his undefeated Broncos (6-0) to battle the team he onced loved and the quarterback who replaced him… Andrew Luck.

 

I don’t play there anymore, but I’ve continued to communicate and I’ve enjoyed those times when I see someone from Indiana in a hotel or an ‘18’ Colts jersey out here at practice,” Manning said. “There’s always a connection there.”

 

Although Manning had an 82-32 record with the Colts and one Super Bowl title, Colts owner Jim Irsay gave the Broncos some bulletin board material this past week with his comments questioning Manning’s playoff record during his playing days there.

 

When asked about Irsay’s comments… Manning responded:

 

I’ve learned that in life you need to be at peace with other people’s decisions that affect you that you have control over,” Manning said. “That’s good advice I’ve had over the years and it’s certainly served me well in this particular scenario.”

 

Manning was released in March 2012 when Irsay decided to part ways with his long time quarterback coming off neck surgery and not pay him a roster bonus of $28 million dollars. Manning went on to sign with the Denver Broncos last season taking them to the AFC Championship where they lost to the Baltimore Ravens.

 

 

The Denver Broncos were not to pleased with their offensive output last week against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars scoring only 35-points. Manning’s passer rating was 92.9 for the game, but yet wasn’t happy.

 

There was a lot of bad football out there,” Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker said. “We’ve got to correct that stuff and come out better next time.”

 

The Colts (4-2) will rely on their defense to slow down the Broncos, where they are ranked fifth in pass defense (205.7) and scoring defense (16.3). Manning will be without All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady on the line (foot) and right tackle Orlando Franklin is questionable with a sprained left knee and ankle to add to the challenge.

 

The Colts are coming off a bad loss at San Diego, where offensively they could not get anything right appearing out-of-sync the entire game.

 

Indianapolis still remains in first-place in the AFC South despite the loss Monday night and Andrew Luck is 6-0 following a Colts defeat.

 

The Colts are 9-2 under coach Chuck Pagano and are anxious to get back on the field Sunday night.

 

I know it can’t come quickly enough for all of us,” Pagano said.

 

The Colts will be looking to take advantage of a Bronco pass defense that is a league-worst allowing 337.7 yards per game, but should get a boost with the return of linebacker Vonn Miller… who was suspended the first six-games for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.

 

I feel good. I’m in the best shape of my life,” Miller said. “I feel a lot stronger, quicker, faster. It’s not like I’m running 100 yards or 400 yards there, so I definitely felt good. All the feedback I was getting from my teammates and everybody looked like I was good. There was a hurry-up period in there that was tough, but that’s what it is designed to be is tough.”

 

Although, the Colts bring to the table a great pass defense, Peyton Manning is the master at picking defenses apart with his play calling and making adjustments at the line of scrimmage. And even with the Broncos weak pass defense, I don’t see it being enough for the Colts to stay with the Broncos and Manning has that extra motivation from Jim Irsays comments. Manning will like nothing more then to send a message to his ex-boss.

 

Look for the Broncos to win big which makes today´s NFL Pick “See below”

 

NFL PICK: Denver Broncos 

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NFL Monday Night Game Recap- Chargers Stop Colts

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NFL Monday Night Game Recap- Chargers Stop Colts

 

The San Diego Chargers put together a full 60 minutes of football on Monday night and silenced the critics… and the Colt offense for a 19-9 victory in San Diego.

 

An uncharacterized Indianapolis Colts team looked anything but like the Colts with a lot of dropped passes and lack of offense, who as a team may have been looking ahead to Sundays showdown with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

 

I wasn’t sure who the Colts were playing this week (from) all the ads I saw,” Chargers quarterback David Rivers said, in response to all the hype surrounding the Colts (4-2) not the Chargers (3-3).

 

The Charger defense stepped up and kept the Indianapolis offense from scoring a touchdown.. and most importantly, any type of Andrew Luck comeback.

 

The Colts were only able to muster three Adam Vinatieri field goals.

 

David Rivers lead a balanced attack for the Chargers (227 passing, 147 rushing), controlled over 38-minutes of the play clock and committed no turnovers.

 

We knew if we didn’t turn the ball over and we sustained drives, which we did… we had some 12, 14, 16-play drives… that we’d give ourselves a chance to win,” Rivers said.

 

We didn’t go into the game saying, ‘Let’s play ball control,” Rivers added. “We wanted to score as many points as we could. We didn’t score that many, but we did sustain drives.”

 

Between dropped balls and lack of third down conversions, the Colts could just not sustain any drives to give them a chance to win.

 

We stunk on third down today,” Luck said. “A lot of credit to their defense. I think we made our fair share of mistakes, but I think it’s what they did. If we can’t convert third downs and drives continually stall like that, it’s a short rest for our defense and no points for us, so it’s a bad combination.”

 

With the Colts losing, they now only maintain a one game lead over the Tennessee Titans in the AFC South and have the 6-0 Denver Broncos rolling into town for a Sunday night showdown. 

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Moreno runs for 3 TDs as Broncos slip Jags

Broncos Remain Undefeated

DENVER – This one turned out to be extra about “if” than “what number of” for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

Derailed by their very own mistakes, to say nothing of an in-your-face Jacksonville Jaguars protection, the Broncos discovered themselves in fairly a tussle through most of a surreal Sunday afternoon.

Not until early in the fourth quarter, when Knowshon Moreno ran for his third touchdown, did the undefeated Broncos have any sense of safety in opposition to the winless Jags. Denver won 35-19 but fell effectively in need of masking the record 27-level betting line in Las Vegas.

“There was loads of unhealthy football out there,” receiver Wes Welker stated. “We’ve got to appropriate that stuff and are available out better subsequent time.”

Manning went 28 for forty two for 295 yards, marking the primary time he is been held under 300 this season. His two touchdown passes gave him 22 on the 12 months, a document for an NFL quarterback by six video games.

But he also lost a pair of fumbles on bad exchanges from middle and threw his second interception of the season, which linebacker Paul Posluszny returned fifty nine yards for a touchdown to tug the Jaguars inside 14-12 before the half.

At that time, it was clear this would be greater than another stat-padding day for Manning and Co. That feeling was reinforced when Chad Henne led the Jaguars on an eighty-yard touchdown drive towards the banged-up Broncos (6-zero) to make it 21-19 after Manning opened the third quarter with a TD drive of his own.

“Sometimes, you rating a lot of factors and people take it with no consideration,” Manning said. “Even folks in your individual building can take it with no consideration. It isn’t simple to win soccer video games. I discovered a long time in the past, don’t take profitable as a right.”

Justin Blackmon had 14 catches for 190 yards for Jacksonville, which fell to zero-6 for the first time, but gave the Broncos a tougher time on offense than any group they’ve confronted this season.

In the second quarter, the Jaguars pressured Denver’s first punt of October. They got in front of receivers’ routes, and when a Bronco did catch a go, Jacksonville defenders wrapped up immediately.

The Jags gave up 407 yards, however very few have been low-cost. Have been it not for a collection of strange selections and untimely mistakes, this one might need been even nearer.

It began throughout Jacksonville’s first possession, when tight end Clay Harbor was broad open for an enormous acquire, however Henne underthrew him. Three plays later, coach Gus Bradley referred to as a fake punt the Broncos identified completely, leaving them solely 27 yards from their first rating, a three-yard pass from Manning to Julius Thomas.

Denver’s second touchdown – Manning to Welker for 20 yards – got here after the Jaguars stopped Manning on third-and-long but had that nullified by a personal foul on defensive end Andre Branch.

There was a muffed snap on a area aim try, Bradley’s failed decision to go for 2 after Posluszny’s interception return, and a cross interference penalty that helped Denver on its opening drive of the third quarter. In all, Jacksonville did enough foolish things to lose despite racking up 362 yards of offense.

“What I noticed was a workforce that played with lots of emotion and it got the best of us,” Bradley said. “I just felt just like the emotion received the best of us, but we settled down.”

Solely in Denver, the place it is Super Bowl or bust this season, would a 16-point win be the cause for so much hand-wringing. However frankly, the lead-as much as this game wasn’t about who would win however about whether the Broncos would cover the file-setting unfold and when Manning would come out of the game.

Neither occurred.

Henne, whose spouse was in labor back in Jacksonville, threw for 303 yards towards Denver’s league-worst pass defense. The Broncos welcomed again Champ Bailey, who found himself on the island in opposition to Blackmon for much of the afternoon.

“That is nonetheless the NFL,” Bailey mentioned. “Nobody’s a cakewalk in this league.”

Despite their struggles, Denver ended up undefeated with out linebacker Von Miller, whose six-sport suspension officially ends Monday.

However the Broncos also misplaced right deal with Orlando Franklin to a left knee harm within the third quarter and he hobbled out of the locker room on a cane – including another query mark as they head to Indianapolis for Manning’s return to play his previous team.

Amongst different issues, that recreation is being billed as Denver’s toughest take a look at up to now. Turns out, the Jaguars gave the Broncos a lot to sweat over, as nicely.

Sport notes

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Malik Jackson

had both of Denver’s sacks, unfold three plays aside within the third quarter… Jags receiver

Cecil Shorts III

left in the first quarter with a right shoulder harm… By no means a fantastic signal for a protection: Denver CB

Chris Harris

led the Broncos in tackles with eleven.

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NFL Sunday Night Game Recap- Dallas Wins

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NFL Sunday Night Game Recap- Dallas Wins

 

 

Unlike last week against the Denver Broncos, Tony Romo got some much needed help from the defense and special teams this week as the Dallas Cowboys handled the Washington Redskins 31-16 in Arlington on Sunday night.

 

Dwayne Harris of the Cowboys (3-3) returned a punt 86 yards for a touchdown and returned a 90-yard kickoff to set up another score.

 

Dwayne did a fantastic job,” Dallas coach Jason Garrett said. “Talk about making difference-making plays in the game.”

 

With the win, Dallas 3-3 find themselves tied for first-place with the Philadelphia Eagles in the weak NFC East. Washington (1-4) is in third-place, and the winless Giants in last.

 

Statistically, Washington dominated the numbers over the Cowboys across the board, but big play special teams for Dallas and costly turnovers by the Redskins did them in. The Redskins out gained Dallas 416-213 in rushing and passing yards total.

 

The Redskins had high expectations going into Dallas following a bye week and win at Oakland a week prior.

 

Sunday night was all about Harris and his kick returns finishing with 222 return yards total.

 

They make my job so much easier when they block,” Harris said. “I give them all the credit. We worked so hard in practice and it showed in the game.”

 

Dwayne did a great job and almost allowed us to kind of just sit over there as an offensive unit and rack up all his yards as if we did it without doing much work,” said Romo.

 

Dallas Cowboys All-Pro DeMarco Murray left in the first half with a sprained left knee and did not return. 

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NFL Monday Night Game Preview/Pick- Colts vs. Chargers

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NFL Monday Night Game Preview/Pick- Colts vs. Chargers

Indianapolis Colts (4-1) @ San Diego Chargers (2-3) 10/14 8:30PM EST

 

Line: IND -1.5

Over/Under: 50.0

 

The Indianapolis Colts (4-1) will travel into San Diego on Monday night in search of their fourth consecutive win as they look to stay in control of their destiny in the AFC South against the San Diego Chargers (2-3), a team that is looking for answers on both sides of the ball.

 

The Colts are playing like a team full of confidence, especially after their big home win last Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks that saw them rally from five points down heading into the fourth quarter.

 

I don’t think it’s in the DNA of a Pagano-coached team to hang your head or to get too high when you’re doing something well,” Luck said. “His approach is very methodical.”

 

As inconsistent as the Chargers have been this year, the Colts understand they must maintain focus on the task in front of them and not get caught looking ahead to Peyton Manning’s emotional return to Indianapolis next Sunday night as they battle the Denver Broncos.

 

I don’t think you’ll see any of us walk around with their chest puffed out like a robin, walking around the yard after a big rain storm, bunch of worms out there, all robin-ed up,” Pagano said. “We’re not going there. We’ll keep reminding them it’s a short ride from the penthouse to the outhouse.”

 

The Colts who rank fourth in the league with 142.0 rushing yards per game, will look to Trent Richardson and Donald Brown to step up and carry the rushing load after learning Ahmad Bradshaw will have season-ending surgery on his injured neck.

 

The Chargers expect Richardson to carry most of the load on Monday night.

 

He’s a powerful runner that a lot of times doesn’t go down with the first hit,” linebacker Larry English said. “We’ve got to do a great job this week tackling, we’ve talked about that. We need 11 players rallying to the ball and playing defense.”

 

San Diego will look to put together a full 60-minutes of football as turnovers and defensive lapses have been their Achilles heel this season.

 

Last week at Oakland, the Chargers committed five turnovers and put themselves in a 17-point hole that they were unable to overcome losing 27-17.

 

It doesn’t matter what level you’re at, when you turn the ball over five times, it’s going to be tough to win games,” coach Mike McCoy said.

 

The Chargers will look to establish a running game against the Colts who rank 30th in the NFL with an average of 129.0 running yards allowed.

 

San Diego finished with 32 yards on 19 carries last week.

 

They play great team defense,” Charger running back Ronnie Brown said. “They always have that bend-but-don’t-break mentality, so on offense we have to go in and not give them any extra possessions. We have to make sure to hold onto the ball and take care of our fundamentals.”

 

Containing Andrew Luck will be the key to the Chargers winning Sunday night.

 

He can definitely run and move out of the pocket, but he’d rather sit back there and throw the ball,” Charger defensive end Corey Liuget said. “He’s a heck of a quarterback.”

 

Expect an entertaining game, but the Chargers must play a full 60-minute game with no turnovers to have a chance against a confident Colts team

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PICK: Indianapolis Colts

By Mario Martinez – WonderPunter  

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Wonder Punter NFL Power Rankings- Week 6

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With week 5 of the NFL season in the books.. let’s take a look at the Power Rankings for the NFL leading into week 6 starting Thursday starting with teams 1-32.

 

#1 Denver Broncos (5-0)- After surviving a scare at Dallas, no real threat in the next coming weeks.

 

#2 New Orleans Saints (5-0)- Offense looks good, defense looks good. Took it to Chicago on the road.

 

#3 Indianapolis Colts (4-1)- Big win at home against Seattle

 

#4 Seattle Seahawks (4-1)- Played tough on the road against Indianapolis, still not sold on them as good road them yet.

 

#5 San Francisco 49ers (3-2)- Back-to-back weeks of crushing football… and still missing key players.

 

#6 New England Patriots (4-1)- Bad loss in Cincinnati.. but are still dealing with injury problems.

 

#7 Green Bay Packers (2-2)- May be able to run the table the rest of the season with their schedule.

 

#8 Kansas City Chiefs ( 5-0)- Good defense, but would like to see another quality victory or two before believing.

 

#9 Cincinnati Bengals (3-2)- Looked good beating New England, but looked bad losing to Cleveland.

 

#10 Chicago Bears (3-2)- Have lost their last two games to some good football teams.

 

#11 Baltimore Ravens (3-2)- Good win at Miami last week after a bad loss at Buffalo

 

#12 Detroit Lions (3-2)- If Calvin Johnson stays healthy, they have a chance.

 

#13 Dallas Cowboys (2-3)- I want to believe they can get it done… then Romo finds a way to make me not believe. At least they are in the NFC East.

 

#14 Miami Dolphins (3-2)- Have lost their last two. Running game as gone south.

 

#15 Tennessee Titans (3-2)- Had potential until Jake Locker went down.. still solid, but don’t know if Ryan Fitzpatrick can get it done.

 

#16 Cleveland Browns (3-2)- Schedule is about to get real tough, can Weeden keep them hot?

 

#17 New York Jets (3-2)- Geno Smith… keep playing like that and maybe we may have something here.

 

#18 Houston Texans (2-3)- Matt Schaub may have hit rock bottom in San Francisco… but still better then T.J. Yates.

 

#19 Philadelphia Eagles (2-3)- No Michael Vick, but next up is Tampa Bay so they should be ok for another week.

 

#20 Atlanta Falcon (1-4)- Best 1-4 team I’ve ever seen. Two words… Red Zone!

 

#21 Buffalo Bills (2-3)- Can back-up QB Thad Lewis run the hurry up offense?

 

#22 Oakland Raiders (2-3)- I like what I see in Terrelle Pryor. The potential is there to make them a better football team.

 

#23 San Diego Chargers (2-3)- They lost to the Raiders and still must play Denver twice.

 

#24 Arizona Cardinals (3-2)- Winning record, but up next is the 49ers.

 

#25 Carolina Panthers (1-3)- Can Cam Newton get some help please on the offense? 7 sacks last week.

 

#26 Minnesota Vikings (1-3)- They still have Adrian Peterson and can newly signed Josh Freeman pitch in and help the offense?

 

#27 St. Louis Rams (2-3)- Houston and Carolina coming up.

 

#28 Washington Redskins (1-3)- As long as they are in the NFC East, they still have a chance but Dallas, Chicago and Denver are coming up.

 

#29 Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4)- Father time has just caught up with them… they just look old.

 

#30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-4)- Bad team, now no Josh Freeman, but still better then Giants and Jaguars.

 

#31 New York Giants (0-5)- A tale of two Manning’s… what has happened to Eli and the Giants?

 

#32 Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5)- A bad Rams’ team beat them by 14 points and now must face the Denver Broncos. It’s going to be ugly.

 

There you go with Wonder Punter’s Week 6 NFL Power Rankings.

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Broncos outlast Cowboys in 51-48 shootout

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos stayed unbeaten after Tony Romo made one late mistake in a document-setting game.

Manning saved up his torrid tempo with 4 landing passes, and Matt Prater kicked a 28-yard field objective as time expired for a fifty one-48 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Romo threw for 506 yards and five touchdowns, the first 500-yard recreation in Dallas history, however was intercepted by Danny Trevathan at the Dallas 24 within the remaining 2 minutes to arrange Prater’s winning kick.

The Broncos (5-zero) received all the way all the way down to the Dallas 1, then drained the clock to make sure Prater’s kick was the final play in a wild recreation.

The groups combined for 1,039 yards of total offense in the second-highest scoring recreation in regulation because the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, in keeping with STATS.

Cincinnati and Cleveland mixed for 106 points within the Browns’ 58-forty eight win in 2004.

Dallas (2-three) took a forty eight-41 lead when Romo threw seventy nine yards to Dez Bryant to arrange a 4-yard scoring toss to Cole Beasley.

Manning, who threw for 414 yards, answered by main a 9-play, seventy three-yard drive to Knowshon Moreno’s tying 1-yard score with 2:forty four remaining.

The Cowboys have been on the verge of getting blown out early in the second half once they finally stopped Manning and forced a discipline aim. They later ended his streak of 227 passes with out an interception when Morris Claiborne picked him off late within the third quarter.

Dallas transformed the turnover right into a forty one-38 lead on Romo’s 10-yard pass to Jason Witten, who had 121 yards receiving and a landing.

The Broncos answered with a drive to Prater’s tying 50-yard area objective.

The largest momentum swing got here on Romo’s eighty two-yard touchdown to rookie Terrance Williams that cut Denver’s lead to 35-27 in the third quarter.

The Cowboys jumped ahead 14-zero within the first quarter.

However the Dallas defenders just could not stick with Denver’s receivers, and then Manning fooled them and the 92,758 watching his first game on the $1.2 billion house of the Cowboys with a bootleg for a straightforward 1-yard rating and a 28-17 lead.

Denver lined up for what looked like a run on third down from the 1.

But Manning had faked the handoff, and the roar from hundreds of orange-clad Denver fans grew as they realized he was jogging towards the left corner of the tip zone.

Romo acquired Dallas in place for a forty eight-yard field objective by Dan Bailey simply earlier than halftime with a 38-yard completion to Williams, who had 151 yards receiving.

Bryant had six catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns.

Julius Thomas led the Broncos with 122 yards and two scores, Moreno had 93 yards rushing.

Manning broke the record for TD passes via five games along with his nineteenth on a 9-yard toss to Thomas within the second quarter. Daunte Culpepper of Minnesota held the earlier mark with 18 in 2004.

 

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NFL Recap- Broncos vs. Cowboys Shootout Thriller

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The Denver Broncos ( 5-0) survived a wild one on Sunday in a back-and-forth shootout with the Dallas Cowboys (2-3) when place kicker Matt Prater kicked a 28-yard field goal as time expired for a 51-48 win in Dallas.

 

It was Tony Romo’s interception in the last two minutes that allowed the Broncos to kick a field goal for the win and stay unbeaten.

 

It was a record-setting day for these two teams who lit up the scoreboard. Both teams combined for 99 total points (second-highest) in regulation, fourth-highest scoring game in the NFL since the merger in 1970 and 1,039 yards of total offense.

 

For Bronco quarterback Peyton Manning, he went 33 for 42, 414 yards, four more touchdowns, and threw his first interception for the season. Manning now as a record-setting 20 touchdowns in his first five games.

 

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had a record-setting day for himself as he threw for 506 yards (Dallas record) on 25 of 36, with five touchdowns and one interception.

 

Romo became only the fifth quarterback in NFL history to pass for at least 500 yards and five touchdowns in a game.

 

But, it was his one and only interception of the game that made the difference and gave the Broncos the opportunity to win.

 

It was pretty amazing that it came down to the defense making a big play at the end,” Denver coach John Fox said. “Thank God our defense kept us in the game all day long.”

 

The Denver Broncos have now scored 230 points this season- the highest total for an NFL team through five games.

 

The 48-points scored by the Dallas team was the most scored by the franchise in a loss.

 

So you leave this game and obviously you are crushed and disappointed,” said Whitten, who had 121 yards receiving and a touchdown. “Offensively, this needs to be the standard by which we play.”

 

Great game… back-and-forth entertainment. Game of the year so far.

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