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In his rookie season, D’Onta Foreman has made big plays here and there for the Houston Texans, but he was hoping to find more consistency and continue to earn his share of the workload with starting running back Lamar Miller.

In Sunday’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Foreman had the best game of his young NFL career, rushing for 65 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. The rookie had two carries for zero yards in the first half, and later said he “knew in the second half I just had to go out there and try to make some plays and try to help us win the game. And I feel like I did that.”
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But on his final touchdown run, Foreman tore his left Achilles. His rookie season is now over.

While Miller has got the majority of the touches this season — he has 162 to Foreman’s 78 through 10 games — the Texans coaching staff was starting to trust the rookie more and more.

“D’Onta was starting to really play well, obviously, in that game,” head coach Bill O’Brien said. “He’s a big guy. He’s a very tough, physical runner. Good out of the backfield in the passing game. Was really starting to understand our offense.”

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Without Foreman, the Texans will turn to running back Alfred Blue, who has mostly contributed on special teams this season, to play behind Miller. Blue was Miller’s backup last season and has been in Houston since the Texans drafted him in the sixth round in 2014. This season, Blue has dealt with injuries and has 43 yards on just 13 carries. He missed Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury, but O’Brien said he expects Blue to be active on Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens.

“Hopefully Alfred will come back here and be able to practice this week and help us, because Alfred’s, really, in practice and on special teams, he’s done a really good job for us when he’s been healthy,” O’Brien said.

Last week, quarterback Tom Savage noted how having a consistent running game can be important for a pocket quarterback such as himself, because it can help “get the defense off” and help with play-action. The ground game was successful in the first half of the Texans’ Week 10 game against the Los Angeles Rams, but struggled in the second half.

On Sunday against the Cardinals, the Texans were able to have success on the ground, combining for 134 yards on 34 carries and two touchdowns. Savage called the performance by Miller and Foreman “absolutely huge” in helping him.

The backs contributed in the passing game. Miller had four catches for 22 yards and an 8-yard touchdown pass, and Foreman had three catches for 15 yards.

“We ran the ball well,” O’Brien said. “Lamar ran it well, D’Onta ran it well, and I think that helped Tom.”

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Delanie Walker has seen it all — from the highs of a Super Bowl appearance with the 2012 49ers to the lows of a 2-14 season with the 2014 Tennessee Titans — and Thursday night in a 40-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, he saw a Titans team that didn’t play its best football on a national stage.

The Titans’ season-long battle with offensive inconsistency has left many, including Walker, trying to figure out the identity of the team. A revamped receiving core and returning starters at every other spot had people expecting a big offensive jump from the Titans. That hasn’t happened.

“It’s a little frustrating that we’re not putting up 35 points a game,” Walker said. “We have the offense to do that. We have the quarterback. We have the running backs. We have the offensive line. We have the receivers. For us not to do that in Week 11, it’s kind of disappointing. We played poor offensively.”

The 6-4 Titans have had a decent season in the win-loss column but haven’t met their offensive potential. They rank 20th in total offense and 21st in passing offense. They have seen dips in most of the key offensive categories from 2016 to 2017 despite an apparent increase in talent. In 2016, they’ve averaged 358 total yards (221 passing, 137 rushing) and 23.8 points per game. In 2017, they’ve averaged 327 total yards (210 passing, 117 rushing) and 22.2 points per game.

So why haven’t the Titans improved offensively?

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“That’s something we’ve been trying to find out. Find out our identity and figure out why we’re not doing that,” Walker said, before adding that it all starts with protecting Marcus Mariota and making plays on the back end when given the opportunity.cheap kids nfl jerseys

The good news for the Titans is that they are still in the driver’s seat to make the playoffs for the first time since 2008, either as a wild-card team or AFC South winner. Walker wants to make sure they don’t use that as a crutch and hopes they’ll come out and prove that they’re a better team than they showed against the Steelers.

“Everybody’s piss is hot right now. I know mine is,” Walker said. “I’m a little upset on how the game went down Thursday night. I think this is a good chance to see what type of team we have on how they answer.”

Receiver Rishard Matthews had a similar take after the Titans loss to the Steelers: “I hope we all learn from this — players and coaches. Learn what it takes to close out games, what it takes to get the ball in playmakers’ hands. What it takes all around. I hope we all learn.”

The Titans are a tight-knit bunch, and Thursday’s loss could bring them closer. Marcus Mariota said his four-interception performance against the Steelers would leave a bad taste in his mouth. It has done the same for Walker, Matthews, left tackle Taylor Lewan and at least a few other Titans.

The entire team from the coaching staff to the players have an opportunity to move toward fixing this issue Sunday at the Indianapolis Colts.

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Landon Collins watched in Wednesday morning’s tense team film session as Ben McAdoo showed video clips of Collins’ on-field mistakes against the 49ers again, again and again.

Three times in all, the Giants head coach made an example of how Collins, a first-team All-Pro safety in 2016, had erred in the previous week’s embarrassing loss at San Fran. And Collins said another unspecified teammate was put on blast a team-high four times for lackluster effort, and one can only surmise it was cornerback Janoris Jenkins.

So two of the Giants’ highest-profile players were called out big-time in front of the whole team. And this was two days after Giants owners John Mara and Steve Tisch had released a statement calling the season “extremely disappointing” and the previous two blowout losses to the Rams and Niners “inexcusable and frustrating.”

“I ain’t gonna lie to you,” Collins said with a smile Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium. “I was kinda upset.”

But that moment may have been when McAdoo, on a coaching seat so hot it was practically engulfed in flames, began to win his players and this Giants team back. Because on Sunday, Collins, Jenkins and the Giants defense responded constructively and demonstratively to McAdoo’s call to accountability, intercepting three Chiefs passes in a 12-9 overtime win, the team’s first home victory in five tries this fall.

“I was more like, ‘All right,’” Collins said of being called out. “(Was I) embarrassed? No, because I know the caliber of player I am and that I have more respect than a lot of people in that room. But I kind of just took it personally that I’m not playing how I played last year, and for him to put that up there it’s like, ‘All right, I’m not the only one seeing this.’”

Collins indeed played like his 2016 self with 14 total tackles, including a tackle for a loss, a pass defended, and an interception of a fourth-quarter pass by Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The defense had intercepted just four passes all season prior to Sunday’s three picks.

Jenkins didn’t play perfectly, but he played hard and made a difference, a drastic change from his no-show coming off suspension in last week’s 31-21 loss to the previously winless Niners. Jenkins was beaten for a Tyreek Hill 38-yard completion in the third quarter on a Chiefs scoring drive to tie the game at six apiece early in the fourth. And he committed a pass interference penalty on the Chiefs’ final regulation drive to tie it and send it to overtime at nine-up.

But Jenkins intercepted Chiefs QB Alex Smith in the fourth quarter to set up a go-ahead Aldrick Rosas field goal at 9-6, and his penalty later was committed out of will, not indifference. While it negated what would have been his second interception, his effort and his celebrations of both picks — throwing the ball high into the stands for the fans he’d dismissed this week when his effort was questioned — were clear signs he was out to make a point.

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“Don’t ever question my passion for This Great Game of Football,” Jenkins posted pregame on Instagram.

“I think after the week we had, a couple of guys being called out, being put on the big screen, I think everybody responded well,” said corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, suspended earlier this season by McAdoo but now lauded for his bounce-back in attitude.cheap youth nfl jerseys

All of this said, the Giants defense still let the Chiefs offense drive 69 yards with 1:30 to play in the fourth to tie the game on Harrison Butker’s third field goal, the big play being a Kelce 32-yard catch on which defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo unusually had defensive end Olivier Vernon covering the stud tight end.

The Giant offense scored only 12 points on a bad Chiefs defense, their only touchdown scored by Orleans Darkwa in the second quarter after Damon Harrison’s interception gave them the ball at Kansas City’s 26-yard line.

The Giants also improved to just 2-8 with their first win since Oct. 15 in Denver. And Thursday’s Thanksgiving showdown in Washington looms to threaten any momentum they hope to build with this win.

Still, given that the Giants had been outscored 106-45 in their three-game losing streak coming in, the improvement in effort across the board on defense and special teams was noteworthy.

And it is encouraging mainly because this win reflected well on McAdoo, a man who desperately needed something to go his way.

The chaos of the Giants’ past two weeks was unprecedented, including anonymous player quotes ripping the coach, other players angrily calling out any “rat” in the locker room, and Mara’s and Tisch’s Monday statement setting the tone for this nervous week.

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“Ben McAdoo is our head coach and has our support,” the statement read. But the owners’ confidence was tepid and their insistence they would reassess everything after the season reflected the sweeping nature of their dismay.

McAdoo responded by declaring he was built for a “storm” and called the Wednesday team meeting to stress accountability. Many Giants fans still entered this weekend more excited for Saturday night’s USC-UCLA game — which GM Jerry Reese attended, per ESPN, to scout quarterback prospects Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen — than for Giants-Chiefs.

Still, while Sunday’s win all but eliminated the Giants from the first overall pick in next April’s draft given the winless Browns’ futility, McAdoo and these Giant players had a point to prove to each other.

Right guard D.J. Fluker said McAdoo delivered a speech to the team on Saturday night “about being fired up, (about how to) come out with passion (and) make the guy across from you quit.”

McAdoo’s and Mike Sullivan’s early trick-play-calling bordered on desperate, including Shane Vereen’s halfback pass intercepted to squelch the Giants first drive. And McAdoo admitted he had prioritized “trying to put a touchdown on the board” over other considerations, clearly stretching for a win.

And, yet, though it took 68 minutes, six seconds and an incredible catch by Roger Lewis Jr. to set up Aldrick Rosas’ game-winning 23-yard field goal, McAdoo got his players to work. “I know we played hard,” McAdoo said.

And in a season when McAdoo has taken the blame for so much bad, he deserved credit for the good on Sunday.

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People talk about Matthew Stafford’s right arm as if he can’t get it through customs without the proper paperwork. The scouting term arm talent seems to have been invented for him. Arm talent includes arm strength, but does not just mean arm strength. In other words, if you lined NFL quarterbacks up on a sidewalk and asked them to throw at the house across the street while running on wet leaves, Stafford is most likely to shatter the right window.

The first time Stafford threw a slant at a Georgia practice, the ball actually whistled. Defensive backs were in disbelief. Receivers became accustomed to his passes dislocating their fingers. After last season, Stafford visited the 3DQB quarterback-training facility in Los Angeles. Adam Dedeaux, one of the instructors, asked Stafford to make a difficult, “off-platform” throw, just to see what he would try. Stafford lowered his arm angle and rifled the pass so hard that Dedeaux started laughing. He had worked with Tom Brady, Matt Ryan and Drew Brees. But he had never seen anybody wing a football like that before.

Longtime NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky, who backed up Stafford in Detroit, says, “As good as guys like Tom Brady and Drew Brees are, Matthew can do things those guys can’t. And it doesn’t take away from those guys.” Those guys know it, too. Brees has said of Stafford, “He can make some throws that most guys can’t make, or certainly can’t even attempt to make.” The only player who can possibly match Stafford’s arm talent is the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers, and he is now out with a broken clavicle.cheap nfl elite jerseys

Stafford, 29, is starting to rival Rodgers, Brees and Brady in another way: as one of the most valuable players in the NFL. His raw numbers this season (273.4 yards per game, 62.6% completions, 17 touchdowns, five interceptions,)are especially impressive when you look at what surrounds that arm. The Lions have not had a 100-yard rusher in a single game since 2013. They rank 29th in yards per run. They have allowed the fifth-most sacks in the league. Their receivers struggle against press coverage. Yet Stafford has them tied for sixth in the league in scoring.

A native Texan, Stafford projects an understated cool, like a cowboy in a Western; you half-expect a cigarette to dangle from his side-smile. But two years ago, he was struggling more than he ever had, for reasons that seemed to defy logic. His arm was too great. His best receiver was too talented. His obsession was too intense. His coaches did not ask enough of him. He needed his job to get harder before he could make it look easy.

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His wife, Kelly, says Matthew “has not changed one bit” since she met him at a movie theater before her freshman year at Georgia. But in the past two seasons his friends have noticed a subtle shift in his mental state. “Completeness is probably a really good word,” Orlovsky says. And Stafford, who is not typically prone to public introspection, says, “There’s been a lot of self-assessment . . . . I feel like I’ve come out the other side a better player, and probably a better person.”

Stafford sits down in the Lions’ practice facility wearing, as usual, a Detroit Tigers hat. He often wears hats backwards, leading people to assume that he doesn’t care about details. They are wrong on both macro and micro levels.

Kelly guesses Matthew has owned 90 Tigers hats since the Lions drafted him with the top pick in 2009. He currently has at least 15 blue ones and five others, and while they are all size 7 5/8″, he is picky about the exact fit. He has four in his rotation now. He puts them on only after he showers so they don’t get too dirty. Then he sits down to watch film—taking copious, methodical notes, using different colors to highlight the most important information.

“There is this perception that he is this lazy, doesn’t-really-care, hat-backwards Texas fun-boy,” Orlovsky says. “He is the total opposite.”

The perception starts with the arm. Quarterback may be the most complex position in sports, yet we often describe the stars in the narrowest terms. Tom Brady is a winner. Drew Brees: accurate. Peyton Manning? Nerd. And Matthew Stafford: gunslinger. After he threw his first NFL interception, he got to the sideline and coach Jim Schwartz told him: “Don’t you ever stop slinging it.” Stafford hated committing the turnover but loved Schwartz’s reaction.

“He has such unbelievable God-gifted talent in that arm,” Kelly says. “All he wanted to do was sling it as hard as he could and as far as he could.”

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Other QBs picked apart defenses. Stafford tried to set them on fire. He plays “a lot more physical than a lot of quarterbacks—my rookie year, I think I didn’t slide once. I was trying to run people over.”

He was well aware of the Lions’ abominable history—they have won one playoff game since 1957—and of the weapon hanging from his shoulder. Brady and Brees never had his arm, but they also never battled the temptations that came with it. Stafford wanted to show fans something they had never seen in their lives. That meant throwing fastballs, often to All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson.

“Early in my career, it was first-and-10 on the first play of the game and I thought I needed [a first down],” Stafford says. “Part of that came with, Man, I know what kind of weapon I have on the outside in Calvin. I know where this organization has been. I know where we’re trying to get. Is it going to take this superhuman effort to get there? If it is, I’m willing to give it to you every play.”

There’s never been a combination in NFL history like Stafford and Johnson. Joe Montana’s arm was not as strong as Stafford’s. Jerry Rice was not as big and fast as the 6’ 5″ Megatron. Johnson could make any catch, Stafford could make any throw, and the Lions built their game plans around them. Stafford says, “Every week was, How can we dial up a way to get Calvin on a safety and throw it? Who is the weak link? Let’s get Calvin on that guy.’”

It worked pretty well for a while. In 2011, when Stafford was 23, he threw for 5,038 yards and 41 touchdowns for a playoff team. But he followed it with a 20-TD, 17-interception season, and Detroit went 4–12. The Lions tried to ease his burden by asking less of him. But Stafford didn’t play better. At times he played worse. There was clearly a franchise quarterback in there somewhere, but some weeks he was hard to find.

By the halfway point of the ’15 season, Stafford could barely reconcile the player he wanted to be with his play. He had a 1–7 record, 11 interceptions, a mediocre 84.1 passer rating and an above-average level of guilt. Schwartz had been fired after 2013, along with Stafford’s first offensive coordinator, Scott Linehan. Then, in 2015, team president Tom Lewand and general manager Martin Mayhew got canned. Stafford was left with “a terrible feeling. I hate it.” He thought if he had played better, they would have kept their jobs.

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For a Buccaneers team that can generate literally nothing from their front four, they will need a heavy dose of a blitzing Lavonte David to get Brees off his game.

Here we are. A game that can either help get things back on track and potentially resurrect the season or it can put the final nail in the coffin that is the 2017 Buccaneers. The Bucs will head to New Orleans to face a surprising Saints team that is performing at a much better rate than most predicted. In doing so, they take on a formidable offense and an over-performing defense that will be difficult to keep pace with. In order to help limit New Orleans’ offense, Mike Smith will have cheap authetnic nfl jerseys to dial up a ton of blitzes to push Drew Brees off his game.

No one on the team is better at that than linebacker Lavonte David.

David is fourth on the team in tackles with 36 and tied for second on the team in tackles for loss with three – and that’s with missing two games.

David has yet to get a sack, but has been good at getting pressure on the quarterback when being sent on a blitz. For an immobile quarterback like Brees, consistent blitzing can create forced passes and turnovers. Yes, I know we say that over and over and yet nothing changes for this pass rush, but that doesn’t make it any less true.

It’s do or die time and the Bucs have to get creative if they’re going to generate any kind of pressure or get to Brees in this game. That means sending David – as well as Kendell Beckwith – out of different looks and on delays in order to keep the Saints offense guessing.

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Lose today and there is no tomorrow. I would rather see the Buccaneers lose throwing everything they can at Brees and taking big risks with potentially big rewards than see them lose staying with the status quo. Some of these risks can pay off big time and spark the team moving forward. These risks could very well lead to a win.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have scored just 14 points off turnovers in the last two games, both narrow losses. All of those points have come courtesy of a Lavonte David forced fumble and a Lavonte David fumble recovery.

David pulled off that two-part play in Arizona on October 15, stripping the ball from running back Adrian Peterson and then picking it up and running 21 yards for a touchdown. That was part of a furious fourth-quarter rally that ultimately came up short in a 38-33 loss to the Cardinals. On Sunday in Buffalo, David knocked the ball out of the grasp of LeSean McCoy, then recovered it at close to midfield. The Buccaneers would take that possession and turn it into the go-ahead score, a 12-yard Mike Evans touchdown catch that made it 27-20 with 3:14 to play in the game. However, Buffalo would counter with 10 points in the remaining time and win, 30-27.
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The Buccaneers played two games without David due to an ankle injury, and he was definitely missed. Prior to his injury, David also recovered a fumble while blitzing Chicago quarterback Mike Glennon, finishing the play started when Noah Spence stripped Glennon on a sack. The Buccaneers turned that turnover into a touchdown, as well. That means that David fumble recoveries have accounted for three of the five touchdowns the Buccaneers have logged off turnovers so far this season.

Overall, David has accounted for three of the Bucs’ six forced fumbles and all but one of their four fumble recoveries. He now has 15 forced fumbles and nine fumble recoveries since entering the NFL in 2012, numbers that rank among the best in the entire league in that span.

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Jerick McKinnon is living out the best stretch of his career as the first-place Vikings head into their bye week atop the NFC North.

In Minnesota’s past four games, all of which have resulted in wins, McKinnon totaled 494 yards from scrimmage on 79 touches and four touchdowns, a career high for the fourth-year pro.

His versatility has been touted among the assets he provides the Vikings’ offense. It comes as little surprise that it was McKinnon who got the team going after a stagnant start against the Browns, providing momentum in both the running (50 yards, one touchdown) and passing games (72 yards on six receptions — both season highs) in Minnesota’s 33-16 win.

Entering Week 8, wide receiver Adam Thielen led the NFL with the most receptions (43) without a touchdown catch. That changed against Cleveland, where Thielen saw the end zone for the first time this season and totaled five catches for 98 yards.

What we’re seeing now is the best of both McKinnon and Thielen, two playmakers deemed the No. 2s at their positions but who have been outperforming those ahead of them.

These two have been able to withstand injuries during the first half of the Vikings’ schedule while others around them have missed games. In the case of McKinnon, Latavius Murray was immediately slotted in to handle Dalvin Cook’s workload, even though it was apparent the Vikings weren’t going to feature a different back the way they did Cook before he tore his ACL in Week 4.

It took Murray a while to finally break through, which he did last week against the Ravens with his first 100-yard rushing performance since 2016. But McKinnon consistently has been a reliable threat for big, explosive plays. Getting him involved with the passing game in Week 8 created an additional element for Cleveland to defend and provided Minnesota a different way to move the ball downfield.

“It’s basically like a run game, it’s a short pass and then a run,” quarterback Case Keenum said. “I think that Jerick did a great job out of the backfield.”

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Added coach Mike Zimmer: “It was big. Pat talked to Case during the game, talked about some of these checkdowns that were open instead of trying to force the ball down the field. And you get a seven-, eight-yard gain and I thought that was good. Then we had some good run after catches as well.”

Thielen is second in the NFL in both receptions (48) and receiving yards (627). Without Stefon Diggs against Green Bay and Baltimore, Minnesota wasn’t able to spark its deep game. Instead, it has relied on Thielen’s production to attack opponents in other areas.
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In critical moments against the Browns, Keenum relied on Thielen to convert a new set of downs. The receiver caught three passes on third down and churned out 55 yards.

“He’s a great competitor and he sets routes up really good,” Zimmer said. “He leans one way, and then goes the other way, sometimes he leans this way and shakes and goes back the other way. He’s probably as good a route runner as we have.”

Much credit is due to offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, who has turned Thielen into one of the best receivers in the NFL. The result of Thielen’s 18-yard touchdown, which came on a play-action fake where Browns cornerback Jamar Taylor expected safety help that never came, had as much to do with the design Shurmur drew up as it did Keenum’s ability to keep the play alive by scrambling and finding his receiver wide open in the back of the end zone.

For whatever reason, Diggs was used more as a decoy in the second half of Sunday’s win after catching four passes for 27 yards in the first two quarters. The offense, in turn, featured Thielen as its top threat, and it’s more than his route-running ability and athleticism that are making it difficult for teams to cover him.

Thielen’s production has helped carry the Vikings into their bye on a high note. It’s time he starts getting credit that’s long overdue. He’s performing like one of the NFL’s best receivers because he is one of the league’s best receivers.

“I think people kind of just look at him and you look at this kid, Division II player from Mankato, and they don’t think that he’s just as talented as anyone else out there, and he is,” Kyle Rudolph said. “You add that with his work ethic and the preparation that he has on a weekly basis, he studies as hard as anyone I’ve ever been around, and he goes out there and runs routes, and all his routes look the same, you don’t know where he’s going to cut and he seems to continue to get open week in and week out.”

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I never pay attention to billboards. I’d rather see trees and wildflowers. But no one asked me to run the Illinois Tollway and God knows they’re dying for revenue.

And when you’re driving 70 miles per hour in five lanes of traffic, you better keep your eyes on the road and not be reading billboards. Besides, everyone is too busy texting to notice anyway.

But these you couldn’t miss. Thousands of them, every ten feet. Both sides of the tollway. Brian Urlacher. Brian Urlacher. Brian Urlacher.

Another Brian. Wait, there’s one with Ryne Sandberg. Now Brian again. And again. More and more Brian’s. Before and After. After only. Before and After. Brian bald. Brian with hair.

I love Brian Urlacher. Who doesn’t love the retired Bears All-Pro linebacker? He played his entire 13-year NFL career in Chicago.

That tough, Monster of the Midway with the famous shaved head and former NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Over two years ago he underwent a hair transplant courtesy of Restore by Katona. It caused a firestorm and bald men everywhere were flocking to Restore to look like Brian. Now they are advertising along every square inch of the highway with Brian hovering down on us distracted drivers sporting his lush new head of hair.

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When I look at the old Brian Urlacher on the left, I see a guy with a great smile. A nicely-shaped head without a trace of hair. I don’t see a man lacking the confidence to brave a bald head in public.

The new Brian on the right has a head of hair, concentrated to the back. He looks like a good guy, but not the Brian I remember.

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Why do men obsess with male-pattern hair loss? It happens. It recedes. Then one day you decide to accept yourself and shave the few tufts remaining and just be bald.

I would rather see a bald man that owned it, than someone hiding behind the dreaded comb over with the last few strands plastered down on the crown like greasy thread.

Please don’t tell me they still make toupees?

NEVER wear a toupee. Everyone knows, it looks awful and your are embarrassing yourself. Trust me. You don’t want to become Uncle Lewis in “Christmas Vacation.”

Men, if you are losing your hair, so what? Wear that shorn head proudly like Yul Brynner, Telly Savalas, Bruce Willis and the Before Brian.

Why are we obsessed with youth, our looks, the aging process, wrinkles, hair loss and body parts not quite where they used to be?

I would like to think we can save ourselves the agony of fighting the inevitable and embrace self-love and acceptance. But I’m not naïve enough to know that will never happen. At least not in my lifetime.

Age should be a badge of honor, not scorn.

Brian, you made 1,353 tackles during your NFL career.

You didn’t need hair to accomplish that.

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An imposing performance in Kansas City made Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell the first offensive tandem with 700 yards apiece through six games since individual stats were first recorded in 1933, according to Elias Sports Bureau.

That’s an insane stat, and a tangible reminder that those two are talented enough to push the Pittsburgh Steelers toward, into and possibly through the playoffs.

But coming out of Kansas City, the Steelers still need more help in the passing game to have a balanced attack, and Martavis Bryant’s trade request complicates matters.

Early indications are the Steelers do not plan to trade Bryant, according to sources. He still has value to them and is on an affordable rookie contract for two more years. And Bryant himself has quelled concerns with a tweet to Steelers faithful on Sunday night.

But the unhappiness with his role in the offense had been bubbling under the surface for a few weeks. It’s something the Steelers have to address by clearly defining his role.

Watching Bryant practice, he looks as explosive as he did two years ago, plus 10 pounds heavier. He is too valuable an asset to waste. But Bryant and Ben Roethlisberger have been just slightly off, and the emergence of JuJu Smith-Schuster has decreased Bryant’s snaps slightly.

Even so, Sunday’s game plan was a sound one: dominate the line of scrimmage with the running game, let Brown do his thing and spread the field with Bryant and Smith-Schuster, who had three targets apiece.

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“Third-and-short opens up the playbook,” Bell said.

Bryant’s talent merits more targets, and on the game’s first drive he got open deep, but Roethlisberger was sacked. The Steelers got Bryant going north-to-south with what Bell called “quick slants” and plays up the middle instead of go balls and screens.

Bryant might be most valuable when the Steelers are running the ball well because of his vertical presence.

“Martavis is such a deep ball guy in the threat of it,” Roethlisberger said. “He had a big catch there coming across the field. Really, we’ve got weapons we can kind of utilize and I liked what everybody did tonight.”
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Roethlisberger added that he wants to see Vance McDonald, who made a key third-down catch over the middle, get more involved in the passing game. The lineup appears set — Jesse James and McDonald splitting tight end work with Smith-Schuster as the inside-and-out, intermediate playmaker, Bryant the vertical option and Eli Rogers in relief.

A big theme with the Steelers’ season has been whether they can keep all their playmakers happy. Obviously, the answer is no. But losses to the Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars showed the Steelers aren’t good enough to worry about such problems. They have to find creative ways to win each week.

The difference between a fringe playoff team and a real contender is having reliable playmakers outside of Bell and Brown. The Steelers still are counting on Bryant to help with that cause.

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Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is already setting a lofty bar for quarterback Deshaun Watson.

“I saw him do it in college, but this is the NFL,” Hopkins told the Houston Chronicle. “So, of course I’m impressed. I haven’t seen a quarterback do that in a long time besides Michael Vick. Of course, everybody in this locker room is impressed.”

He added: “A lot of improvement. You guys authentic nfl jerseys seen last week’s game. It speaks for itself what he does out there on the field.”

There were moments in Watson’s performance against the New England Patriots last week that certainly brought Vick to mind. With the Texans (1-2) facing a second-and-22, Watson eluded a pass rusher, backed himself up near the Patriots’ sideline and fired a first-down strike to tight end Ryan Griffin on the complete opposite side of the field.

It was just two quarters after he tossed a go-ahead touchdown in the first, also a Vick-like bullet to Bruce Ellington between two defenders.

Throughout the preseason, we saw Watson leaning on his athletic ability — a common trait among rookie quarterbacks of nearly every style as they acclimate to the much faster pace of the NFL. But what has been enjoyable about regular-season Watson is the way he uses his mobility to put himself in position to make the better throw — almost a combination of a Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers-type mentality.

cheap pro jerseys from chinaI’m sure Watson would take any of these comparisons, as would quarterback-starved Texans coach Bill O’Brien. Heading into a crucial divisional matchup against the Tennessee Titans (2-1) this weekend, O’Brien will need all the help he can get under center to stay afloat in the AFC South.

Houston Texans’ wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins was one of the top players in the NFL from week four.

Pro Football Focus released their week four team of the week and Houston Texans’ wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins made the list.

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Hopkins finished last Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans with 10 receptions for 107 yards and one touchdown.

Here’s what PFF wrote:

PFF Grade: 90.6

Elite Stat: DeAndre Hopkins gained 2.97 yards per route run, second in the league this week.

With rookie QB Deshaun Watson suddenly playing excellent football, Hopkins is back to being one of the game’s best receiving threats. Hopkins was thrown at a dozen times against the Titans, catching ten of those passes for 107 yards and a touchdown. He beat five different Titans defenders for catches, including their top three corners over the course of the game.

Despite the fact that Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson didn’t get the majority of the first-team reps during training camp and the preseason, it’s remarkable what kind of chemistry he has with Hopkins. What’s scary is that there is still room for improvement.

After  having to work with quarterback Brock Osweiler last season, Hopkins has to be on cloud nine in 2017 with Watson under center.

Hopkins will not have a problem gaining over 1,000 yards this season and could get around eight touchdowns due to the fact that Watson is targeting him around 12 times a game and opposing defenses haven’t been able to shut him down.

After a subpar year in 2016, many people were wondering whether or not Hopkins was still a true No. 1 receiver. So far he’s proving his naysayers wrong after Houston just gave him a lucrative contract extension.

Hopkins will have a big test this Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs who have one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL in Marcus Peters.

Comment below and tell us whether or not you think Hopkins will continue his stellar play this Sunday.

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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman helped awaken the Titans’ offense when he drilled quarterback Marcus Mariota late and out of bounds with about nine minutes remaining in the second quarter of what turned into Tennessee’s 33-27 victory Sunday at Nissan Stadium.

“He’s our quarterback,” Titans running back DeMarco Murray said. “He’s our leader of this team, and we don’t want anyone taking cheap shots at him. So I think that definitely fueled us up a little bit.”

Several Titans rushed to Mariota’s aid, including right tackle Jack Conklin and left guard Quinton Spain, as a scuffle broke out along the Tennessee sideline.

Sherman was called for unnecessary roughness, his second personal foul of the game. But penalties offset on the play, and he was not ejected.

“Totally unnecessary. The outcome of what happened was to have two penalties nullify each other,” Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday. “Basically, he got a clean shot on our quarterback and there was no penalty. There was no negative ramifications for their team with that hit he put on our quarterback, which, we may bring that up to the competition committee about a rule change, because you can’t do that and then have no ramifications against your team.”

Mularkey addressed the penalties against his players after the game.

“I asked (the officials) how they thought we should react when they do something like that,” he said. “Do they think we’re going to take that? There’s no way we’re going to take that. We’ll never take that. I’ll be disappointed if we don’t retaliate when somebody does that.”

The Titans, who kicked a field goal to take a 3-0 lead on the drive preceding Sherman’s hit on Mariota, responded by scoring on six of the next seven possessions.

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Sherman, whose left foot was already out of bounds when he launched himself into Mariota at the end of a four-yard scramble to the Seattle 36-yard line, defended his actions after the game.

“He was still in bounds so I play until the blow of the whistle,” Sherman said. “If the quarterback slides or kind of gives himself up or does something like that, then you stop. But if there’s still yards that he’s gaining, you’re taught to play to the whistle.
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“It’s so crazy the way the game is nowadays. (Mariota) came up to me and said ‘good hit’ because he understood that I’m playing till the blow of the whistle. I’m not waiting until you took two steps out of bounds. It’s a game of inches and you can’t give up anything, and it’s just one of those plays. It’s football. It seems like the world is getting a lot softer in terms of the way it’s officiated and the way it’s seen, but it’s football and the end of the day.”

Sherman was called for three penalties on one play earlier in the game. Two were accepted, including holding and unsportsmanlike conduct.

Mariota said the late hit was “part of the game,” but appreciated his teammates rushing to his defense.

“Very humbled,” Mariota said. “That’s all I really strive to be, is the best teammate that I can be. I appreciate the fort of the guys. That means a lot.”

As for whether Sherman apologized to him after the game?

“Nope.”