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  Revelation Coin Airdrop Earn 500,000 REV &10000/Refer “Community Driven Project, Reco
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  Let’s take a look at it.Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton
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T.Y. HiltonT.Y. Hilton Playing For The Colts This Sunday | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterThe final injury report of Buffalo week looks much better than recent ones for the Indianapolis Colts.  expected to play vs. Buffalo BillsWith the Colts having 15 dropped passes in the past three games Jabaal Sheard Jersey , the team got good news as WR T.Y. Hilton is expected to return vs. the Bills after a 2-game absence.Colts WR T.Y. Hilton set for return against Buffalo | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Don’t look now, but the Indianapolis Colts’ offense is getting healthy. T.Y. Hilton was a full participant in Friday’s practice as he continued his comeback from chest and hamstring injuries, making the third straight day he went through workouts with a setback.T.Y. Hilton Sounds Like A Guy Playing On Sunday Afternoon | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterOn Thursday, T.Y. Hilton was back on the practice field participating. How did Hilton look at his second straight practice?Offensive LineOffseason Improvements To Colts' Offensive Line Coming To FruitionDespite still having some rotation up front, due mostly due to injuries, the Indianapolis Colts' offensive line has made impressive strides so far in 2018.Braden Smith has come a long way from Auburn guard to Colts tackleNo Auburn offensive lineman has lived up to expectations in the NFL in roughly a decade, but Braden Smith is off to good start with ColtsColts Rare Pass Protection Success Comes From Intense Preparation | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterThe tremendous success of the Colts’ pass protection early in the season extends to well beyond the multiple 5-man groupings they’ve had to use up front.Adam VinatieriAdam Vinatieri on the verge of becoming NFL’s all-time points leader | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Coming to an NFL venue near you: Dancing with Vinny. It’s as certain as cooling temperatures and falling leaves because Adam Vinatieri keeps piling up the points in his relentless pursuit of Morten Andersen’s gold standard.They’ll be dancing when Adam Vinatieri breaks scoring record | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Coming to an NFL venue near you: Dancing with Vinny. It’s as certain as cooling temperatures and falling leaves because Adam Vinatieri keeps piling up the points in his relentless pursuit of Morten Andersen’s gold standard.Colts vs. Bills PreviewColts Notebook: Bills QB Anderson has defense digging deep for tape | Colts | heraldbulletin.comMalik Hooker is preparing for a unique challenge Sunday afternoon — a quarterback with virtually no tape to review.Veteran Quarterback Derek Anderson Getting Start For Bills Against ColtsWith rookie first-round pick Josh Allen dealing with an elbow injury, the Buffalo Bills will start veteran Derek Anderson at quarterback on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. How is Indy preparing for the matchup?KRAVITZ: 5 things to watch in the Colts-Bills game Sunday | 13 WTHR IndianapolisWTHR.com columnist Bob Kravitz's five things to watch for in Sunday's game against the Bills...2018 Colts Preview: Colts/Bills, Week 7It’s the Indianapolis Colts against the Buffalo Bills this week in a matchup of two teams trying to gain some momentum and get their seasons going in a better direction.E-mail conversation with Bills, NFL writer Vic Carucci for the Buffalo News: - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR IndianapolisBob Kravitz spoke via email with writer Vic Carucci about the upcoming game when the Bills take on the Colts.Q&A: Jerry Hughes talks his unconventional path to defense, beloved Astros and revenge against the Colts – The AthleticAhead of Sunday’s Bills game at the Colts, the team that traded Jerry Hughes away, the on-fire pass rusher opens up about his NFL journey.2018 Colts Fantasy Preview: Colts/Bills, Week 7Andrew Luck is on fire, Marlon Mack has returned and T.Y. Hilton is back at practice. What does the Indianapolis Colts’ fantasy prospects look like this week at home against the Buffalo Bills?Individual Players Impacting SeasonReturn of Mack provides jolt to Indy's punchless run game | Sports | heraldbulletin.comWhen Marlon Mack broke through the defensive line for a 25-yard gain early in the second half against the Jets last Sunday, something changed.Why Is Eric Ebron Smiling With The Colts? | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenterThrough six weeks, Colts tight end Eric Ebron is tied for the NFL lead in touchdown receptions. Why has Ebron been so effective?How the country roots of the Colts’ Darius Leonard helped shape one the NFL’s finest rookies – The AthleticThe linebacker's intense training and God-given ability might be the driving forces behind his immediate football success, but his wife, Kayla, has played a consequential role too.Colts Team OutlookAmid dismal start, Colts won’t waver on longterm viewAmid dismal start Jack Doyle Jersey , Colts won’t waver on longterm viewAndrew Luck says Colts won’t win ‘until we learn how to get out of our own way’ | FOX59INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The mistakes have been glaring, constant and, at their core, counterproductive. The triggerman, a contributor to the carelessness, has described them as “silly’’ and “stupid.Colts have stopped winning and fans have stopped showing upThe first two home games this season have produced the smallest crowds in Lucas Oil Stadium history.Colts MediaFirst Down With Rick Venturi - Offensive Blueprint: BillsFormer Colts Coach Rick Venturi talks with Host Matt Taylor about what the Colts will need to do on offense to beat the Buffalo Bills, this Sunday, at Lucas Oil Stadium. Sam Darnold has another first in his NFL career.The New York Jets rookie quarterback appeared on the team's injury report Wednesday with his right elbow listed as the culprit.Now breathe, Jets fans. Darnold is totally OK."It's nothing crazy," Darnold said. "I felt fine throwing today."He banged up the elbow while making a linebacker-style tackle of Indianapolis' Malik Hooker on his interception in the first quarter of New York's 42-34 win last Sunday."I just made a tackle, and quarterbacks don't usually make tackles," Darnold said. "That might be part of it."Darnold was a full participant at practice, and wasn't affected physically by his elbow. He landed on the injury report, though, because he likely needed a little bit of treatment from the trainers.The 21-year-old signal caller, who played some linebacker in high school, might also want to brush up on his tackling form. Or, better yet, maybe avoid tackling altogether."Hopefully I'll try to not throw as many interceptions so I can stay away from making tackles," he said. "Obviously, when you throw the ball to the other team you've got to get them down, so I did that. But at the same time, I should probably tackle them without using my right arm as much."While Darnold was OK, wide receivers Quincy Enunwa, Terrelle Pryor and Robby Anderson topped the list of banged-up players on the first injury report of the week.There are 18 players listed Cheap Andrew Luck Jersey , meaning one-third of the entire 53-man roster."It's pretty lengthy," coach Todd Bowles said. "We'll see how they come back this week and get treatment. If not, we've got guys that we are working in just in case and we will be ready to go with those guys."Bowles announced that Enunwa (sprained ankle) and safety Marcus Maye (broken thumb) have already been ruled out for the Jets' game Sunday against Minnesota.It's uncertain how long the two might be sidelined, and Bowles provided no further update. But both Enunwa and Maye could miss multiple weeks.Pryor (groin) and Anderson (sore hamstring) didn't practice, and the Jets could look to add a receiver this week. New York worked out several players Tuesday, including Corey Coleman and Rishard Matthews."We're kicking tires with some people," Bowles said. "We'll see how the week goes and see how they're feeling."Bowles was evasive when asked if Dez Bryant could be a possibility."I'll go talk to the (personnel department) right now," he said. "We're not going to reveal what we're trying to do or what interests we have. We'll just go from there as it goes."One positive development was Charone Peake being a full participant after missing the past three games with a hamstring injury.Among those sitting out Wednesday's practice were: cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson (quadriceps) and Buster Skrine (concussion), running back Isaiah Crowell (foot), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (back) and linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot).With Maye already out and Johnson and Skrine uncertain to play, the Jets could have to fiddle with their secondary against one of the NFL's top receiving duos.Adam Thielen leads the league with 58 catches — the most by a player in the first six games in history — and 712 yards receiving with four touchdowns. Stefon Diggs is tied for seventh with 40 receptions for 435 yards and three TDs."It's a huge challenge," Bowles said. "Obviously, we get a challenge every week, but these two guys do everything well. Usually you get a speed guy, a deep guy or a short guy. Both of these guys can do everything."With the injuries in the secondary, rookie Parry Nickerson could see extended time working in Skrine's usual slot role — which means he could face Thielen often."He'll be ready to play," Bowles said of Nickerson, a sixth-rounder. "He's going to face that kind of caliber every week, maybe not of Thielen's caliber, but he's going to face those kind of guys every week. He just has to carry out his assignment."Center Spencer Long was limited at practice with knee and finger ailments.Long has had a few wayward snaps out of the shotgun the past few weeks and Bowles acknowledged that the finger could be "a little bit" of a factor.Others listed on the injury report as full practice participants: wide receiver/returner Andre Roberts (foot/ankle), linebacker Brandon Copeland (ankle), safeties Jamal Adams (ankle) and Doug Middleton (hamstring), defensive lineman Nathan Shepherd (shoulder) and left tackle Kelvin Beachum (foot).NOTES: Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers was with the team for practice for the first time since missing the past two games while dealing with a "serious" illness. Bowles said Monday that Rodgers was medically cleared and would be eased back into his role. ... RB Elijah McGuire was officially designated to return from IR, meaning he could begin practicing Wednesday and play in a game in a few weeks after injuring his foot in training camp. ... K Jason Myers was selected as the AFC special teams player of the week after setting the Jets' franchise record by making seven field goals last Sunday against Indianapolis. ... OL Dieguot Joseph was signed to the practice squad, and RB De'Angelo Henderson was released.

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  The Colts lost a close one at home to the Houston Texans
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Posted by: panxing18 - 11-22-2018, 01:34 AM - No Replies

yesterday and yet again Cheap Quenton Nelson Jersey , the offense was to blame. While the defense certainly can’t be let off the hook for allowing so many points on the board for the Texans, they were often facing adverse circumstances, and the Texans were the recipients of good field position for much of the game. However, it was ultimately the offense which doomed this game. As many will point out, rightly, you don’t win or lose a game on one play, or usually even a series. But there are certainly impactful series late in games that can steal a win for the team, even if you didn’t play like you deserved one earlier in the game. This was just such a game. The Colts looked abysmal on offense early in this game, giving up a touchdown due to a botched snap, letting the Texans defense dominate the line of scrimmage and get a lot of hits on Andrew Luck. The receivers were inconsistent, not getting separation, and dropping passes when they did. And penalties. 10 of them for 85-yards by game-end.Still, with all that bad, the Colts found themselves in overtime, driving with a chance to win the football game. So let’s take a look at that drive and what caused it to fail.The drive started on a positive note, with a pass to Ryan Grant for a quick first down. Getting that first down right out of the gate is big, because this offensive thrives on a rhythm and flow and when you are keeping the defense in first downs, it forces them to face a lot more possibilities as far as what kind of plays you can call. Hindsight is 20/20, but if Grant spins outside after his catch instead of inside, he has a chance to break a big gain here. Otherwise, hard to be mad about a 12-yard gain to start your drive. The next play is another good one, with Luck hitting Eric Ebron on the left sideline for a 9-yard gain. Despite the quick strike bringing up 2nd and short, it also saw Ebron leave the game hurt. That would prove significant in the very next play. Foresight not factored in, the Colts had gotten another very good gain and had time to spare. Here is where we see the drive begin to fall apart. Injuries had already taken their toll, with T.Y. Hilton missing with hamstring and chest injuries. Now the loss of Eric Ebron chipped away yet another offensive weapon. Reich dialed up a run for rookie Nyheim Hines, who was having a solid game receiving Nate Hairston Jersey , though he had not been very effective running the ball. Hines easily gets the first down, but Mo-Alie Cox is flagged for holding. This one was not a good look. It is tough to blame Cox on this play, as he gets matched up with Jadeveon Clowney one-on-one. There probably isn’t a tight end in the NFL who is winning that matchup, but the Colts put their recently-brought-up-from-the-practice-squad tight end up against him. If Eric Ebron is in the game, maybe this doesn’t happen. I’m not saying that he blocks Clowney any better, but his presence in the game demands some respect for him, and he opens up plays that might have caused the Colts to run a different look. Hard to know, but just another way injuries are taking their toll on this team.Regardless, just like that the Colts see their momentum stall. 2nd and short was suddenly 2nd and 11, without any real weapons to go to. It was at this point that Quenton Nelson decided it was time to have his worst play in a Colts uniform. This is hyperbole on my part, because I haven’t watched every snap of Nelson’s in depth, but based on Brett Mock’s great breakdowns, I feel pretty confident it is at least in the top 2. The Texans use Clowney’s insane athleticism to stunt inside and although Nelson passes off his man effectively, he is in no way prepared for Clowney. His feet look like they’re in concrete blocks and he cannot get them under him as Clowney seems to pretty effortlessly shove him aside and run free to Luck for a huge sack. This is a killer. On a drive where the Colts absolutely have to have points to get a win, two consecutive plays have them moving the wrong direction. There are no plays designed to work well on 3rd and 21, so at this point the Colts are in a tough spot. Most teams would go to their playmaker on the field and try to get them free in space to hopefully pick up the yards. With T.Y. Hilton, Eric Ebron, Jack Doyle, and Marlon Mack all hurt either before the game or during the course of it, the list of “playmakers” was pretty woefully thin. The play they dialed up got the ball to Mo-Alie Cox on a short pass, and he was somehow able to make a man miss and take it for 17 yards, getting the Colts in a 4th and 4 at their own 43-yard line. If he hadn’t held and started this offensive slide in the first place, Cox nearly redeemed himself (Again, not all on him, Clowney is a beast).That brings us to the team’s most controversial set of downs. The Colts head to the line in a clear attempt to draw the Texans offsides. It wasn’t inherently a bad call, because they had bitten on Luck’s hard count several times earlier in the game. However Cheap Joe Haeg Jersey , it was a pretty obvious ruse, and one that didn’t pay off. The Texans didn’t bite, and the Colts burned a timeout. The problem here is that the Colts planned to go for it. Punting the ball here was settling for a tie or a loss. There was almost no chance of getting a win once they kicked the ball away, especially given the time remaining. They were planning to go for it no matter what. However, by calling a timeout instead of coming to the line to run a play, they wasted the element of surprise. The Texans were clearly not going to jump offsides. That meant that the Colts were not likely to get immediate penetration into the backfield because the defensive line were going to play tentatively at least until the ball was snapped. Fear of jumping offsides was working in their favor. Once they called the timeout and then came back to the line with their offensive personnel, there was no question that they would be going for it. This was a major mistake on the part of Frank Reich. It is easy to forget at times, that he is still a rookie head coach. This is the second instance in two weeks where that has shown up in his game management. Last week it was a missed challenge, this week in his timeout call. Let me be clear on my own opinion, I loved that the Colts went for it. But the timeout was a big mistake.So with the game on the line, the Colts drew up a short pass to Chester Rogers. He runs a short comeback and finds himself beyond the line to gain, but an incredible play by J.J. Watt gets a hand on the pass. It is almost imperceptible unless watching the play in slow motion (which I did several times). The ball is clearly touched and changes its trajectory, falling short of Rogers and ending the Colts’ hopes for a win. As I said before, I liked this call. The Colts didn’t want a tie. They aren’t a contender this season. They don’t have enough offensive weapons, and they have too much youth and inexperience at every level, including coaching, to expect to compete for a championship. Even if they make the playoffs this season, they aren’t likely to go far. However, they have a very young roster that is being developed into the core of what this Colts team will be going forward. We have suffered since 2012 under the direction of a coach who was the master of the participation trophy. Frank Reich and Chris Ballard have come here to build a team for whom winning is the only acceptable outcome, where there are no lollipops and Capri Suns given out “just for playing.” They aren’t interested in playing for a tie. Teams that build a culture that accepts ties might win a lot of games, but they don’t win many rings. I understand that a tie in the division matches up better than a loss. However, there are some times where the long term effect on a team’s toughness and mentality is more important than the strategy inside the season. In my opinion, this was one of those times. Unfortunately for the Colts, they came up short. The Indianapolis Colts defense got battered for three weeks.A spate of injuries decimated their starting lineup just as they faced a daunting stretch of games. On Sunday, the Colts fought back.Indy forced five turnovers, had two sacks and allowed no touchdowns as it snapped a four-game losing streak with the franchise's most lopsided win in five years: 37-5 over the Buffalo Bills."The defense got us going with the turnovers Cheap Darius Leonard Jersey ," coach Frank Reich said. "Mike Mitchell on the interception , (Kemoko) Turay had the sack-fumble. They got us going. I think we were good in every area."It was a major turnaround for a defense that started the season with three promising games before allowing nearly 40 points per game over the next three. Part of the explanation for the dramatic changes is injuries.Indy (2-5) found itself playing musical chairs in the front seven for a few weeks. Losing safety Clayton Geathers with a neck injury against New England added another complication. Along the way, the Colts lost four straight.But against the Bills (2-5), who have a league-low 81 points through seven games, the Colts found their early season form.Mitchell, Kenny Moore II and Corey Moore intercepted 35-year-old Derek Anderson, who made his first start since December 2016. Mitchell also forced a fumble.Rookie linebacker Darius Leonard recorded a team-high 12 tackles and recovered a fumble. Margus Hunt batted down a ball at the line of scrimmage and the Colts (2-5) consistently kept the pressure on Buffalo (2-5).As a result, the Bills' defense scored nearly as many points as the offense — thanks to a third-quarter safety that cut the deficit to 24-5."They beat us in every phase," coach Sean McDermott said. "There wasn't one good moment other than some moving the ball."Buffalo's No. 3-ranked defense also struggled.Andrew Luck threw four touchdowns for the second straight game — three in the second quarter when the Colts turned a scoreless game into a 24-0 blowout.The only scoring by the Bills' offense came courtesy of a 34-yard field goal midway through the third quarter.Otherwise, the defense kept the Colts in control."It's a sign of a good day," Mitchell said. "We need to have a bunch more good days."BALANCING ACTMarlon Mack missed four of the Colts' first five games because of a hamstring injury. But over the last two games, he looks healthy.Mack followed up his 12-carry, 89-yard game against the New York Jets with a 19-carry, 126-yard game — the first 100-yard game of his two-year career. He also caught a 29-yard TD pass."It feels great," Mack said after playing only his third game ever with Luck. "When Andrew can just sit in the pocket and we can run the ball, it's lovely."TURNOVER TAG-TEAMMcDermott benched the turnover-prone Nathan Peterman after last week's loss to Houston.Yet Anderson struggled just as much in the fourth quarter when the Bills were forced into desperation mode as they attempted to rally. He was 20 of 31 with 175 yards and the four turnovers, which the Colts converted into 24 points. Could there be another change coming?McDermott wouldn't say after the game."You have to be realistic and try to put players in a position to be successful," he said. "He's only been here two weeks. That's part of it, but that's not an excuse. We can't use that as an excuse."HILTON'S RETURNPro Bowl receiver T.Y. Hilton returned after a two-game absence because of a hamstring injury and helped Luck get in sync, too.While the numbers didn't jump out — four catches, 25 yards — Hilton's 5-yard TD catch late in the first half made it 21-0. 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"They're gonna be pretty tough to stop. Glad we had our last shot and glad we took advantage of it."It was the first loss of the season for the Chiefs (5-1), who were again let down by a defense that came in allowing an NFL-worst 462 yards per game.New England (4-2) led 24-9 at intermission, but Mahomes directed an impressive rally for Kansas City. He finished 23 of 36 for 352 yards in his first loss as a starting quarterback, with three of his four TD passes going to Tyreek Hill.Mahomes threw two interceptions in the first half but was unflappable down the stretch. He found Hill for a 1-yard TD pass that made it 33-30 Kansas City with 8:38 left. With the Chiefs trailing 40-33, he connected with Hill again for a 75-yard score that tied the game with just over three minutes remaining."The last two weeks it seems like we just can't punch it in there and I feel like the second half we finally started getting it in the end zone," Mahomes said.Brady used a 16-yard pass to James White and a 39-yard completion to Rob Gronkowski to get New England into field-goal range.After electrifying the NFL during the first five weeks of the season with his freewheeling style and big arm, Mahomes looked unsure of himself early on.He was able to complete some long passes to get the Chiefs into the red zone. But he turned the ball over twice in the first half and the high-scoring Chiefs were held to three field goals.Everything changed in the second half.First, Mahomes broke through with a 67-yard touchdown pass to Kareem Hunt . That was followed by a 14-yard TD strike to Hill that came on the heels of a fumble by Brady, helping trim New England's lead to 27-26 entering the fourth quarter.A 39-yard field goal by Gostkowski stretched New England's lead to 30-26.But Kansas City kept coming.Tremon Smith took the ensuing kickoff 97 yards down the sideline to the Patriots 3, setting up Hill's go-ahead TD.The Patriots responded, using 42-yard pass from Brady to Chris Hogan to help set up a 4-yard touchdown run by Brady that put the Patriots back in front.Then, after forcing Kansas City into the first punt by either team on the night Jabaal Sheard Jersey , Brady got the Patriots some breathing room when he hit Gronkowski for a 42-yard gain. The play set up 50-yard field goal by Gostkowski.The Chiefs also started 5-0 last season before losing six of their last 11 and falling in the wild-card round of the playoffs.But coach Andy Reid said he is confident his team has room to grow."We will learn a lot from this game," he said. "We kind of shot ourselves in the foot a little bit early and you can't do that against a good football team."FIRST STRIKEThe Chiefs extended their streak for scoring on their first possession in every game this season.Harrison Butker connected on a 42-yard field goal with 9:05 left in the first quarter, capping an eight-play, 35-yard drive that began after the Patriots turned it over on downs.PICKING IT OFFThe Patriots now have at least one interception in each of their first six games of the season. New England's last streak of six consecutive games with an INT was in 2013.EDELMAN ENDS DROUGHTNew England's Julian Edelman caught a 17-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter , his first since January 22, 2017, in the AFC championship game against the SteelersIn those 630 days, including the playoffs, Brady threw 54 touchdown passes to 11 different players.Edelman sat out the entire 2017 season after suffering a preseason knee injury. He missed the first four games this season while serving a suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancers.INJURIESChiefs: C Mitch Morse was evaluated for concussion in the second quarter and did not return.Patriots: Right tackle Marcus Cannon left in the second half with a head injury and did not return.UP NEXTThe Chiefs return home to host Cincinnati.The Patriots go on the road for the third time this season when they visit the Bears. The Colts got a win at home Sunday in what was a very one-sided affair. By midway through the first quarter, the Colts appeared to be easily the better team and didn’t do anything to cause doubts about that fact. The Bills were by far the worst team the Colts have played this season, so they should have done just what they did, but that hasn’t always stopped them from showing up and being underwhelming. With just the Raiders ahead before the Colts get their bye week, lets take a look at the snap counts from week 7 and see what they can tell us about this team.Offense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesThe offensive line has looked very good for two weeks now. They’ve had the same group of guys on the field for the whole game, except in this one when Castonzo and Kelly were pulled later in the game once it was in hand. If this group continues to build continuity, they won’t just be good, they have the potential to be a great offensive line.You might be surprised to hear that Dontrelle Inman, the free agent receiver signed October 16th, led all other receivers in snaps. I know I was. Maybe that is because despite doing so Authentic Margus Hunt Jersey , he wasn’t targeted at all. Jordan Wilkins, who got no offensive snaps last week, had 15 this week and was definitely a solid contributor. He had 6 carries for 46 yards and a catch for 8 yards. He doesn’t have to be the star, but getting good production out of him on limited use is exactly what the offense needs.T.Y. Hilton didn’t play quite as many snaps as we usually see, and while he was a big contributor, he didn’t have to be leaned on completely. That was good because he likely needs time to recover to 100%, but his impact was clearly felt, despite barely breaking 50% of the snaps for the offense.Defense#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercentNotesDespite his short time with the team, S Mike Mitchell played nearly every defensive snap. His impact has been huge in his two games with the team and if he can keep it up it’ll reinforce what a good signing he was to help cover needs of an injury plagued safety position.Darius Leonard continues to be a huge factor on the defense, playing 52 of 56 defensive snaps. 17 tackles and a fumble recovery, further proof that Leonard wasn’t just getting numbers as a product of chance, but that he is legitimately a playmaker.The loss of Jihad Ward to injury had a noticeable impact on Turay’s time on the field Sunday. He has pretty consistently hovered just north of 50% of the defensive snaps. This week he hit 71%. Turay had a good game and made the most of his playing time, but hopefully Ward won’t be out long, as he has been a valuable asset on passing downs.Curiously, Nate Hairston saw his playing time drop dramatically this week while Quincy Wilson saw his increase quite a bit. Hairston struggled against the Jets and Wilson had a solid game on Sunday. With Kenny Moore seemingly having a strangle hold at the top in terms of the pecking order, it may be that Hairston and Wilson will be battling it out for playing time going forward.Special Teams#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent#PlayerPositionOffensive SnapsPercentDefensive SnapsPercentSpecial Teams SnapsPercent

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es in this week Zack Martin Jersey , shortened non-padded practices. Nonetheless, they are very important practices as the team starts to incorporate Amari Cooper into the offensive scheme. Cooper was out on the field for the first time as a Cowboy today.Of course, the first order of business is for Cooper to learn as much of the offense as he possibly can before the Cowboys take on the Titans on Monday night, November 5th. Cooper noted he’s up to it.At first it seems like it would be easy since Cooper’s previous coordinators come from the Scott Linehan tree. But Cooper notes there are differences. Cooper was able to get in some reps with Dak Prescott today, and likes the way he throws.As for what Cooper can bring to the offense?He already sounds like he’s picking up some Jason Garrett lingo.Stacking good days together is for sure a Garrettism.Here is some quick video of Cooper today.Tweetcap: Cowboys played not to lose, wasting defensive effort in Houston The Cowboys 19-16 loss in overtime to the Texans is another reminder of how this Dallas team manufactures ways to get beat. Five weeks in, the Cowboys have adopted the old routine of win one, lose one, which typically ends in 8-8 mediocrity. The Cowboys had so many opportunities to walk out of Houston 3-2 but they settled for 2-3. Red Zone Woes ContinueComing into this game, the Texans defense had allowed 10 touchdowns on 14 attempts inside their red zone. The Cowboys first drive had such promise:Sadly, the Cowboys would gain just seven more yards and settled for the Brett Maher field goal to take a 3-0 lead. After the Cowboys defense got off the field and the Texans missed a field goal attempt, Dak Prescott delivered the ball to Rico Gathers for another huge gain:The Cowboys again were left kicking another field goal from the Houston 25. 6-0 Cowboys but it sure doesn’t feel all that great. It didn’t take the Texans long to respond, as the second quarter began Authentic Sean Lee Jersey , Keke Coutee scores:Cowboys offense gets the ball back and yet again, we start off with an offensive statement play against one of the better run defenses in the league:This one ends with a Chris Jones punt just a few plays and five yards later. The Texans get a huge gift from the officials when Xavier Woods is flagged for a personal foul:The Texans would try to get into the end zone with Deshaun Watson but Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods had other plans. He’s taken down at the Cowboys two-yard line.That tackle saves the touchdown and Cowboys are getting the ball back only down four points with a chance to take a halftime lead. Facing 4th and 1, Dak Prescott sneaks it for the conversion. On the next play at the Texans’ 39-yard line disaster strikes.Texans with the ball and Alfred Blue takes a second and two from the 50 into Cowboys territory. Watson finds DeAndre Hopkins on third and nine from the Cowboys’ nine-yard line but Jeff Heath makes a touchdown-saving tackle:Instead of kicking the field goal on fourth and one to go up seven points at the half, Deshaun Watson tries to run it in and Jaylon Smith destroys his world:Texans start the third quarter with the ball but it doesn’t last long, Anthony Brown forced Hopkins to fumble with Jourdan Lewis recovering it.On 2nd and 3 from the Texans three-yard line, Dak Prescott finds Allen Hurns for the touchdown and the Cowboys lead 13-10:After the defense forces another three-and-out, the Texans gift the Cowboys better field position:But it’s squandered by the Cowboys offense on third down on another interception off the hands of a Cowboys receiver:The ball certainly hits the ground...Brandon, it definitely moved. In the red zone, at the Dallas 4 and trying to score another touchdown, Watson looks for Hopkins but Byron Jones locks it down:Another Texans designed quarterback run, another stop by the Cowboys defense:Some really questionable play-calling from Bill O’Brien keeps the Texans from taking the lead and Houston ties the game at 13. Once again, the Cowboys defense saves the day. They played their tails off for their offense to have a shot.J.J. Watt is apparently the only pass rusher that doesn’t get roughing the passer called on him because he clearly destroyed Dak Prescott here. Body weight? CHECK. Looks like he was impersonating Bill Goldberg with that spear...no call...sigh.Dak Prescott connects with Tavon Austin, who does get his feet down but loses control on the way out of bounds. Jason Garrett challenges the call Youth Tyron Smith Jersey , which was clearly not his best decision.Can anyone on this team help the quarterback? Anyone?On 3rd and 5, we’ve seen this before...bring out Chris Jones...and maybe a stretcher for the quarterback!The Cowboys defense is back on the field and guess what? They deliver again by getting Houston off that field.Ezekiel Elliott starts to get this offense going on back-to-back runs and almost takes one all the way:Just when things may look up, the Cowboys move backwards thanks to a holding call to take us into the fourth quarter:On third down, when Dak needed his receivers to help him out, Deonte Thompson responds with a drop:It’s incredible really how wrong the Cowboys have been about their committee approach at receiver. Dak isn’t a perfect passer but there is no way around how badly his supporting cast has failed him:We head into the fourth quarter.With the Texans on the ropes, facing a 3rd and 7, Randy Gregory lends a hand:When it rains flags, it’s usually a torrential downpour all over the Cowboys as Byron Jones is next on “Who Wants To Help The Texans?”The ball is placed at the Dallas one-yard line, does this defense have another stop in them?The Cowboys defense once again keeps the Texans out of the end zone...from the one...FROM THE ONE-YARD LINE! Texans take 16-13 lead on the field goal.I’m all for dumping on Jason Garrett but Bill O’Brien was a hot mess last night as well:On 1st and 10, Dak Prescott does his “2014 Tony Romo impression” to escapes J.J. Watt and complete a 44-yard pass to Tavon Austin! Just Wow!The Cowboys can’t get past the Texans 30 as Michael Gallup and Dak can’t connect on the pass:How good is the decision to change kickers looking for the Jones family? Brett Maher ties the game up at 16 with another money kick.The Texans have the ball back but it feels like a home game for the Cowboys as the fans are screaming their heads off with Houston on offense. The Cowboys defense delivered once more:Unfortunately, Dak Prescott is sacked by J.J. Watt and the drive ends before it even has a chance. Texans offense, with the ball, inside the two-minute warning. Cowboys safety Xavier Woods delivers the ever elusive interception http://www.cowboysauthorizedshops.com/au...nce-jersey , Dallas’ first pick of the year with 20 seconds left:It’s overtime, the Cowboys win the toss, they take the ball, which is the first step. We get a Dak to Zeke for 10 yards and the first down. How about another easy first down on the first career catch no less!This is where everything just goes completely sideways as Dak finds Cole Beasley (first catch) for eight yards on second and nine. On 3rd and 1 at the Houston 42, Zeke gets stuffed:On 4th and 1, from Houston’s 42, the call is a PUNT?! Are you joking? Hasn’t the defense given you enough? DeMarcus Lawrence limped off the field, Tyrone Crawford was banged up too, this is what this offense was built for! We’re punting?! When you give the opponent a chance to beat you, often times, they do exactly that. DeAndre Hopkins gladly accepted that generous offer from Jason Garrett and the Cowboys coaching staff:Game. Set. Match. Field Goal Good. Cowboys fall to 2-3...What just happened?!Rule #1 in overtime: Keep the ball away from the opponent and most definitely when you are on their side of the field.The Cowboys converted a 4th and 1 from the Texans 41 right before halftime, this is perplexing. To hand the second-most explosive offense in the NFL the dagger to stick you with is absolutely mind boggling. Especially considering the following:What was this team’s strategy when adding Tyron Smith, Zack Martin Maliek Collins Jersey , La’el Collins, Connor Williams, Ezekiel Elliott, and Dak Prescott? Sure, they didn’t get it done on third down but isn’t that what this team is built for? Line them up, run it again. Send Dak on the keeper, anything but giving away control of the football.Jerry Jones may say he’s not second-guessing but he’s definitely second-guessing:We are all second-guessing that decision and will for some time, it showed no faith in the one thing you’re supposed to hang your hat on. No faith in the the 95% chance you convert. Nope, we’ll roll with the 5%. The players have to be completely sunk in that moment:Just what kind of team are the 2-3 Cowboys if they’re not going to put faith in their largest investment?

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first loss with Patrick Mahomes at quarterback Color Rush Leighton Vander Esch Jersey , a streak that goes back six games to his Week 17 start last season.Here's the thing, though: There was no sense of defeat in Gillette Stadium on Sunday night.Instead, the Chiefs seemed downright emboldened by the way they fought back from a big halftime hole against New England. And if not for a litany of injuries to their defense and another clutch game by Tom Brady and the Patriots offense, which drove downfield in the final minutes to set up a winning field goal in their 43-40 victory, the Chiefs might have kept their winning streak going."We got down, we put ourselves in a huge hole and I'm just proud of my team and how we fought to get back in the game," Mahomes said. "We had the lead at one point and then we ended up not coming out with the win but just that fight, it's something you can carry on and to the rest of this season."All of which is true, of course. But the way the Chiefs performed under the lights in New England may have been more than just the stereotypical moral victory.Mahomes threw two interceptions in the first half, when Bill Belichick's defense seemed to have the young quarterback confused. The Chiefs' running game was going nowhere and a defense missing lead pass rusher Justin Houston and its top three safeties to injuries looked like a sieve.It was 24-9 at the break and could have been a whole lot worse.But for the first time in his budding career, Mahomes not only was forced to make massive in-game adjustments but did so successfully. He wound up throwing four second-half touchdown passes, three of them to Tyreek Hill, and that same offense that scuffled through the first 30 minutes and found itself in a deep hole piled up 31 points over the final two quarters.In fact, the Chiefs' offense was rolling so impressively in the second half that they may have scored their final touchdown too quickly. Mahomes found Hill over the middle Youth Dak Prescott Jersey , and one of the fastest players in the NFL turned up the sideline for a 75-yard score that knotted the game 40-all.Two problems with that: There was still 3陆 minutes left and Brady was on the other sideline.The Patriots moved seemingly at ease against the Chiefs' porous defense, getting into position for Stephen Gostkowski to knock through a chip-shot field goal as time expired. And the old cliche of the last team having the ball would win wound up being spot-on."It was a heck of a football game," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "I was proud of how the guys battled. We will learn a lot from this game. We kind of shot ourselves in the foot a little bit early and you can't do that against a good football team. So, we learn from it and we move on."Because the fact is Kansas City is still 5-1 with the toughest six-game stretch of the season already finished. There's another spotlight game coming up this Sunday night against Cincinnati, but that game will take place at Arrowhead Stadium, where the Chiefs tend to have a big advantage.They're still a game ahead of the Chargers in the AFC West, and have beaten Philip Rivers and Co. on the road, along with picking up road wins over the Steelers and Broncos."You want to win. As a competitor, you want to win every single week," Mahomes said, "but you learn from everything in this league. You learn from every experience that you have. You're not going to win every single game. And so for us, we're going to take the things that we did in that second half to kind of get us back into it and kind of keep that stuff going as the season goes on."The Chiefs still believe they're the best team in the AFC, and going toe-to-toe with the reigning champions on the road Sunday night only underscored that belief. Defensive tackle Allen Bailey even predicted that they would "see those cats again," alluding to a possible playoff showdown.So Youth Ezekiel Elliott Jersey , there was no sense of defeat in the Chiefs locker room on Sunday night.There was a feeling of steadfast resolve and unwavering confidence."Guys showed character. Down what, 15 at halftime? Guys showed character," defensive tackle Chris Jones said. "It's a tough loss, a tough loss, but you learn a lot from that. You learn a lot about your team and about yourself and who you are. We are going to face adversity throughout the season and this team came together, we battled back, but they ended up kicking the field goal for the win." TENNESSEE (3-4) at DALLAS (3-4)Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ESPNOPENING LINE — Cowboys by 3陆RECORD VS. SPREAD — Titans 4-3, Cowboys 3-4SERIES RECORD — Cowboys lead 8-6LAST MEETING — Cowboys 26, Titans 10, Sept. 14, 2014LAST WEEK — Both on byes; Titans lost to Chargers 20-19, Cowboys lost to Redskins 20-17 on Oct. 21AP PRO32 RANKING — Titans No. 21; Cowboys No. 18TITANS OFFENSE — OVERALL (30) Color Rush Maliek Collins Jersey , RUSH (19), PASS (30)TITANS DEFENSE — OVERALL (11), RUSH (19), PASS (9)COWBOYS OFFENSE — OVERALL (28), RUSH (4), PASS (29)COWBOYS DEFENSE — OVERALL (3), RUSH (9), PASS (3)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Titans 11-6 when playing on Monday night, and have won five of six. Cowboys playing in 80th Monday night game, second all-time. ... Cowboys have won three of past four in series. ... Series record is 3-3 since Tennessee left Houston. ... Cowboys allowing 17.6 points per game, second-fewest in NFL, while Titans third at 18.1. ... Titans have won three games by three points apiece this season, and two losses on current three-game skid are by a point each. ... Titans playing three of next four games on road. ... Titans RB Dion Lewis had career-high 155 yards from scrimmage in last game. Had 93 scrimmage yards Allen Hurns Jersey , TD in last Dallas meeting in 2015 while with Patriots. ... QB Marcus Mariota averaging 253 yards passing with 24 TDs, 7 interceptions in 12 career games against NFC. ... WR Tajae Sharpe had career-high 101 yards receiving in last game. ... LB Jayon Brown has 7 tackles, 1 sack in three of past four games. ... Titans S Kevin Byard has one interception this season after tying for NFL lead with eight in 2017. ... Titans have 34 penalties this season, second-fewest in NFL. ... Cowboys seeking 4-0 home record. ... WR Amari Cooper making Dallas debut after trade with Oakland going into open week. Has 239 yards receiving, TD in three career games against Titans. ... Cowboys fired OL coach Paul Alexander during open week, promoted assistant line coach and former Dallas lineman Marc Colombo. ... RB Ezekiel Elliott held to 33 yards rushing, second-fewest of career, in last game. ... QB Dak Prescott has won both previous Monday night games with five TDs, 0 INTs, 146.4 rating. ... Rookie WR Michael Gallup had career-high 81 yards receiving, first TD catch in last game. ... DE DeMarcus Lawrence has gone three straight games without sack after getting at least half-sack in each of first four. ... Fantasy Tip: Elliott has at least 100 yards rushing, TD in each of past two home games.

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ll By now Youth Zack Martin Jersey , you’re well-aware that Dak Prescott did not attempt a pass over 15 yards last week.This statement is true in an NFL world where the rules are completely skewed towards the quarterbacks and receivers. The Dallas Cowboys were on the road in Seattle last week, but with speedy wideouts like Tavon Austin and Deonte Thompson, there’s no excuse as to why Dak did not push the ball downfield.If you’re wondering how Dak Prescott’s deep ball (a throw of over 20 yards) does historically, you’re in luck. The Dallas Morning News’ Jon Machota put together an incredible graphic that represents Dak’s deep balls across his career. When scouring the data there’s something that jumps out quickly (among a few things). A 38% completion percentage when going deep isn’t too poor considering, well, you’re going deep, but it goes without saying that this has to fix and it has to fix quickly. Especially from a utilization standpoint.The primary takeaway has to do with the recipients of Dak’s deep passes. Our own Tom Ryle even pointed it out on Twitter because he’s a genius. The Dak Prescott to Brice Butler deep ball connection is successful 59% of the time. That’s insane for throws over 20 yards. It’s no wonder that Brice averaged over 20 yards per reception last season (granted on only 15 catches). If you were wondering why the Cowboys brought Butler back, here’s your reason.There’s no denying that this connection is good for Dak Prescott, good for Brice Butler, and subsequently good for the Dallas Cowboys and their lackluster offense. This is something that even Dak knows, consider one of the first things he said when news of Brice’s return became official. The word deep is in it.The Detroit Lions game is only the second one that Brice Butler is on the roster for this season, and he wasn’t active last week in Seattle. There are reports that Terrance Williams won’t play on Sunday, could this week be the return of Brice Butler and therefore the return of the deep ball?Let’s cross our fingers. After the first full week of fantasy football results, there are interesting potential adds on the waiver wire http://www.authenticsdallascowboys.com/c...ath-jersey , but it seems unlikely there are any major difference-makers yet that aren't widely owned in leagues. Yet there are certainly some distinctive and helpful targets who can help plug some potential holes.RUNNING BACKSPHILLIP LINDSAY, Denver (2.4 percent owned): The undrafted rookie totaled 102 yards from scrimmage and a TD in his pro debut and has seemingly come out of the gate with a complementary role in the Denver backfield. At 5-8 and 190 pounds, he is not built for consistent work, but he is versatile enough to be a worthy flex play in point-per-reception leagues when the matchup is right.NYHEIM HINES, Indianapolis (7.0): After a discouraging preseason, Hines re-emerged as a PPR possibility with seven receptions for 33 yards in the opener. A potential Theo Riddick type who can catch flat and short passes if the Colts cannot depend on their ball carriers, this rookie has more yardage upside than we saw this past week.JAVORIUS ALLEN, Baltimore (13.2): Alex Collins rushed for 13 yards on seven carries in Week 1 and lost a fumble. If his issues with fumbling become a recurring problem again, Allen could see himself on the field more often. Joe Flacco will certainly throw to him out of the backfield. If you drafted Collins, you need to add Allen as insurance.T.J. YELDON, Jacksonville (8.3): After Leonard Fournette went down with a hamstring injury against the Giants, Yeldon totaled 69 yards from scrimmage with a TD. Fournette has dealt with injury issues dating back to his college days, so the versatile Yeldon needs to be owned at all times. Grab him even if you don't have Fournette on your roster.WIDE RECEIVERSQUINCY ENUNWA, New York Jets (9.5): He caught six passes for 63 yards and a TD Monday night http://www.authenticsdallascowboys.com/c...own-jersey , and now that he is healthy again, Enunwa will be a very dependable PPR option. Sam Darnold will look to him frequently on key downs and he fits the profile of what the rookie seems to like in a receiver as a trustworthy possession type.BRANDON MARSHALL, Seattle (5.9): Doug Baldwin could miss up to four weeks with knee problems, and Marshall may now step forward as a preferred target for Russell Wilson. Marshall is looking healthy and Wilson loves to throw jump balls to a big receiver, plus the well-traveled veteran is a red zone threat. Marshall is coming off a good preseason in which he showed he is not quite done in the NFL yet.PHILLIP DORSETT, New England (5.0): He will be a hot pickup after Tom Brady found him for seven catches for 66 yards and a TD in the opener vs. Houston. Someone had to step forward at WR for New England with Julian Edelman out. Dorsett looked like he took advantage of the opportunity early, but be forewarned he does face the very formidable Jacksonville defense in Week 2, so don't start him until Week 3 if you get him.COLE BEASLEY, Dallas (12.5): He is the only WR that Dak Prescott trusts, as evidenced by his seven catches for 73 yards in the opener. In 3016, Beasley did catch 75 passes for 833 yards, so it's apparent Prescott has a strong established prior relationship with Beasley, a quality PPR contributor.TIGHT ENDSJONNU SMITH, Tennessee (0.3): He was supposed to be the future in Tennessee Color Rush Connor Williams Jersey , but his window of opportunity comes now after Delanie Walker was lost for the season with an ankle injury. Smith did catch two TD passes in his first three games last year and working under Walker early in his career could mean that he has already absorbed enough fundamentally to make an impact in a larger role.IAN THOMAS, Carolina (0.3): Rookie tight ends are always a very big gamble, but Thomas was regarded as one of the best pure pass-catchers in this year's draft class at the position. Greg Olsen's foot issues are going to push Thomas onto the field more, so you should at least take a flier on him.QUARTERBACKSRYAN FITZPATRICK, Tampa Bay (1.9): His 417-yard, four TD performance at New Orleans was the biggest surprise of Week 1. The journeyman gunslinger could easily follow things up with a much less impressive performance vs. Philadelphia and he could be back on the bench when Jameis Winston returns, so don't bid aggressively or use your first waiver choice on Fitzpatrick. He is worth the add in case he continues to overachieve.SAM DARNOLD, New York Jets (8.4): His debut line was modest, with 198 yards, two TDs and one interception. But there are even better fantasy times ahead for Darnold. He will often be solid, and sometimes spectacular. Darnold does a fine job of taking what the defense gives him and will be judicious about when to gun for the bigger play. He will soon be regarded at least as a quality play when the matchup is friendly.

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