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lxt1217 投稿日時: 2018-09-29 12:29
won their first four playoff games on the road
Each week, TSN.ca takes a look at the top storylines in the NFL and gives you all you need to know heading into Sundays action. All in! Cardinals get their divisional mettle tested in Seattle First off, let’s throw out the idea Arizona has cruised to their league-leading 9-1 record through an easy schedule. Amongst their nine victories are wins over five teams with winning records, three of which either lead or share the lead in their division. But they’ve yet to really get their hands dirty in their own division. Through the first 11 weeks of the season Arizona has only played San Francisco once and has yet to even see Seattle. That all changes this week; the Cardinals have three big divisional games in their last six weeks starting this Sunday against the Seahawks. Arizona is a good team, maybe even a very good team, but their divisional mettle has yet to have been tested. And with Drew Stanton behind centre the rest of the year, Sunday’s game against Seattle kicks off a stretch that will determine if the Cards can cope without Carson Palmer. Lions to crash back to earth in New England? Two division leaders face off Sunday at Gillette Stadium; one of which however, is a division leader in record only. No not the Falcons. The Detroit Lions have used as much good fortune as anything else to climb to the top of the NFC North. But if luck were to run out on the Lions, this will likely be the game. Joking aside, this could be a real offensive battle. With Reggie Bush expected back and Calvin Johnson still moderately healthy, Detroit could score some points. Matching up against Tom Brady, who has been fantastic since the media dared question if he was running out of gas, Rob Gronkowski, once again the league’s best tight end, and Jonas Grey, who might be a thing now, it’d be wise to take the over (weather permitting of course). Josh Gordon makes his highly anticipated return It’s a good time to be Brian Hoyer. Through 11 weeks of the season he has held off fan favourite Johnny Manziel to lead the Browns to a surprising 6-4 record; even if Cleveland brass perhaps foolishly does turn to Manziel at the end of the year, there are reports of several teams interested in his services; and now he gets his top receiver back. Josh Gordon wasn’t just good last season, he was the best. It’s great news for the Browns, whose top receiver heading into Week 12 is former Montreal Alouette Andrew Hawkins; and good news for football fans in general, who get to welcome back a superstar to their Sundays. Gordon led the league with 1,646 receiving yards last season – 303 of which came in the three games Hoyer started before getting injured. Gordon has reportedly been keeping in shape during his 10-game suspension; here’s hoping the Browns don’t handle him with kid gloves, easing him back into the lineup, and just let the superstar fly. To make matters more interesting, both the Falcons and Browns are clinging to playoff hopes, and a loss - more so for Cleveland than Atlanta - could end their postseason dreams. Packers-Vikings Round 2 Rivarly games, especially ones this heated, are always worth keeping an eye on and will have their spot in this column. But this one could be rough. The Packers beat the Vikings by 32 points in their first meeting and are arguably playing at a higher level coming into Round 2. Aaron Rodgers is closing the gap in the MVP race in a big way the past few weeks; he has more than 1,000 passing yards and 10 touchdowns in his last three games. Much like a Heisman hopeful uses out of conference games to pad his stats, so too could Rodgers against the Vikings. Chasing the Patriots, both Dolphins and Broncos eager for win The Dolphins and Broncos don’t have much in common this year but they are both chasing the New England Patriots. Miami’s race is of course for the AFC East, with the Dolphins currently a full two games behind. They do however, currently hold the season series with one game to go. Denver’s race is for the AFC in general, or more specifically the always coveted home field advantage throughout the playoffs. While Denver is just one game behind the Pats in their race, New England holds the tiebreaker making their situation nearly as desperate as Miami’s. Both teams have other reasons to want to win of course. The Dolphins are in the thick of the wildcard race while the Broncos will want to keep pace with the Kansas City Chiefs after they beat the Raiders on Thursday. Seattle Mariners Jerseys .TV Series: Duck Dynasty. 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Lakers, spoke as a representative of current NBA players at a press conference assembled by Sacramento mayor and National Basketball Players Association adviser Kevin Johnson.INDIANAPOLIS -- Big Roy came up with a big answer for his critics and his teammates Wednesday night. He played like an All-Star when the Pacers really needed it. After 48 hours of questions and criticism, Roy Hibbert scored a season-high 28 points, grabbed nine rebounds, blocked two shots and altered a handful of others to help the Pacers get even in the Eastern Conference semifinals with an 86-82 victory over Washington. Hibbert sounded more relieved than redeemed. "David (West) always talks to me about being the person that rescues yourself when youre in the middle of the ocean," Hibbert said after Indiana tied the best-of-seven series at 1-1. "Theres nobody who can throw a lifesaver or a rope out to help you. So I had to do it myself." The next step is proving he can play this way again Friday when Washington hosts Game 3. Hibbert went into Wednesday with a combined total of 37 points and 24 rebounds in Indianas first eight playoff games. Twice in the previous four he failed to score a point or grab a rebound. Beleaguered Pacers fans wanted Hibbert benched. Frustrated teammates talked publicly and privately about needing more from their 7-foot-2 centre. Critics turned Hibbert into the butt of jokes and on the Internet, some even tried to explain Hibberts incredible disappearing act with unseemly speculation. After talking to his old college coach, John Thompson III, and Colts linebacker Robert Mathis, a close friend, Hibbert blocked out the inescapable firestorm, focused on basketball and fueled the decisive 6-0 run late in the fourth quarter. It was enough to put repeated smiles on Hibberts face, even if he considers it only a start. "I just want to string a few games together," he said. "Consistency hasnt been my biggest friend this year. Im going to try to continue to play aggressive and Im going to try to control the things I can control. I cant control play calls, but I can control how hard I play, how fast I run down the court and how well I play defence." George Hill finished with 14 points, Paul George had 11 points, six rebounds and four assists, and Lance Stephenson added 12 points, seven rebounds and five assists. And for the first time this post-season, the Pacers held an opponent to fewer than nine 3-pointers. Washington finished 5 of 21 from behind the arc, the lowestt percentage (23.dddddddddddd) in the playoffs this year. Much of the credit went to Hibbert, who helped open up the offensive lanes for his teammates and protected the rim well enough that Indiana could spread out and defend the perimeter. "Hes got our attention now," Drew Gooden said. "Weve got to be focused on guarding the Roy Hibbert we know." It was a lost opportunity for the Wizards, who had won their first four playoff games on the road -- three at Chicago and Monday night at Indy -- and could have gone home with a commanding 2-0 lead. They had chances. Washington led by as much as six early in the third quarter and rallied in the fourth to take a 77-74 lead with 5:01 to go before Hibbert and George scored six straight to give the Pacers the lead for good. Marcin Gortat finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Bradley Beal had 17 points and Nene added 14. "He came out with a lot of intensity and established position," Beal said. "We didnt play our best game. We didnt shoot the ball and we didnt defend like we know were capable." But Hibbert changed this game almost by himself. He scored the first five points of the game, an indication that things were going to be different, and he came up big late, too. Hibberts nifty stop-and-go layup got the Pacers within 77-76. That basket ignited the decisive 6-0 spurt. Georges steal on the ensuing possession led to a layup from Hill that gave Indiana a 78-77 lead, and Hibberts presence in the middle allowed George to find a lane for a two-handed dunk that made it 80-77. All the Wizards could muster after that was an alley-oop layup from Gortat and a long 3-pointer from Beal that got the Wizards within 84-82 with 11 seconds to play. West made two free throws and Hibbert sealed it by grabbing the last rebound of the game. "He carried us tonight," West said. "I thought he was very relaxed before the game. He was relaxed this morning. He didnt say a whole lot, but as a professional, I think everything just came down on him and he responded the right way." Notes: Hibbert was 10 of 13 from the field and made all eight of his free throw attempts.... Nene went to the locker room in the first quarter after apparently hurting his left leg or ankle but returned early in the second quarter and finished the game. 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valyona 投稿日時: 2019-07-22 06:14
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valyona 投稿日時: 2019-09-03 02:38
Re: won their first four playoff games on the road
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