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Josh McCown is starting his third straight game for the New York Jets against the Tennessee Titans with rookie quarterback Sam Darnold out again because of an injured foot.Darnold returned to practice this week. But the rookie was limited Youth Wil Lutz Jersey , and the Jets are giving him another week to heal up.Seattle will be without starting defensive tackle Shamar Stephen against San Francisco. Stephen was listed as questionable with a foot injury. Seattle also is without defensive end Rasheem Green.San Francisco is down wide receivers Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon. Backup running back Alfred Morris is also out.Veteran cornerback Aqib Talib is active for the first time since Week 3 for the Los Angeles Rams' game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, and Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco is missing his third straight game in a visit to Atlanta.Talib injured an ankle in a win over the Los Angeles Chargers 10 weeks ago. Flacco returned to practice Thursday for the first time since injuring his right hip Nov. 4. Rookie Lamar Jackson is set for his first road start.Falcons linebacker Deion Jones is making his return after missing two months with a broken right foot suffered in the season opener against the Eagles. Jones came off injured reserve three weeks ago but was inactive the past two weeks.Cincinnati receiver A.J. Green is active against Denver after missing three games with an injured toe. Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall is inactive for the fourth straight game with a knee injury.Indianapolis running back Marlon Mack is active and starting at Jacksonville after the Colts' leading rusher was listed as questionable with a concussion. Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey (knee) and safety Tashaun Gipson (ankle) are active and starting.As expected, Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is missing his second straight game with a shoulder injury in the Bears' visit to the New York Giants.Inactives for Sunday's late games:NY JETS-TENNESSEEJets: QB Sam Darnold, CB Derrick Jones, DB Jeremy Clark, LB Jeremiah Attaochu, OL Ben Braden, WR Rishard Matthews, DL Folorunso FatukasiTitans: DB Dane Cruikshank, RB David Fluellen, RB Dalyn Dawkins, OLB Kamalei Correa, G Aaron Stinnie, OT Tyler Marz, DE Matt DickersonSAN FRANCISCO-SEATTLE49ers: WR Marquise Goodwin, WR Pierre Garcon, DB D.J. Reed Jr., RB Alfred Morris, G Joshua Garnett, T Shon Coleman, DL D.J. JonesSeahawks: S Shalom Luani, FB Tre Madden, CB Kalan Reed, LB K.J. Wright, G Ethan Pocic, DE Rasheem Green, DT Shamar StephenKANSAS CITY-OAKLANDChiefs: S Eric Berry (heel), WR Sammy Watkins (foot), TE Deon Yelder, OL Kahlil McKenzie, C Jimmy Murray, DL Justin HamiltonRaiders: WR Martavis Bryant (knee), G Chaz Green, LB Emmanuel Lamur, CB Montrel Meander, T Justin Murray, OL Ian Silberman, TE Darren WallerMINNESOTA-NEW ENGLANDVikings: QB Kyle Slotter, WR Chad Beebe, RB Mike Boone, LB Devante Downs, C Brett Jones, TE David Morgan, DT Jalyn HolmesPatriots: DB Duke Dawson, DL Danny Shelton, TE Dwayne Allen, CB Keion Crossen, DE Derek Rivers Wil Lutz Jersey Stitched , DL Keionta Davis, OL James FerentzEarly games:BALTIMORE-ATLANTARavens: QB Joe Flacco, WR Jordan Lasley, OLB Tim Williams, S Tony Jefferson, OL James Hurst, OL/FB Patrick Ricaro, Dt Zach SielerFalcons: PK Giorgio Tavecchio, RB Brian Hill, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, S Keith Tandy, S Ryan Neal, DE Steven Means, OT Matt GonoBUFFALO-MIAMIBills: QB Derek Anderson, WR Ray-Ray McCloud III, CB Ryan Lewis, G Vladimir Ducasse, T Conor McDermott, G John Miller, TE Logan ThomasDolphins: QB David Fales, C Travis Swanson, G Isaac Asiata, T Zach Sterup, DE Jonathan Woodard, WR Danny Amendola, TE A.J. DerbyLA RAMS-DETROITRams: DB Darious Williams, RB Justin Davis, RB John Kelly, LB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, TE Johnny Mundt, DT Tanzel SmartLions: RB Kerryon Johnson, TE Michael Roberts, WR Brandon Powell, FB Nick Bellore, DE Kerry Hyder, CB Teez Tabor, LB Trevor BatesARIZONA-GREEN BAYCardinals: WR Chad Williams, LB Deone Bucannon, CB Quinten Rollins, DB Dontae Johnson, LB Thurston Armbrister, OL DJ HumphriesPackers: QB Tim Boyle, CB Kevin King, CB Bashaud Breeland, S Kentrell Brice, RB Tra Carson, S Raven Greene Youth Michael Hoomanawanui Jersey , OL Alex LightINDIANAPOLIS-JACKSONVILLEColts: TE Mo Alie-Cox, OL Le'Raven Clark, C Ryan Kelly, S Corey Moore, OT Hassan Ridgeway, TE Clive Walford, RB Jonathan WilliamsJaguars: WR DJ Chark, CB Tre Herndon, CB Quenton Meeks, LB Blair Brown, DT Eli Ankou, DE Lerentee McCray, OL Josh WalkerCLEVELAND-HOUSTONBrowns: QB Drew Stanton, DB Juston Burris, OL Austin Corbett, OL Desmond Harrison, TE Pharaoh Brown, DL Chad Thomas, DL Carl DavisTexans: WR Keke Coutee, WR Vyncint Smith, CB Natrell Jamerson, CB Deante Burton, OLB Duke Ejiofor, DE Carlos Watkins, DE Joel HeathDENVER-CINCINNATIBroncos: CB Tramaine Brock, LB Jeff Holland, LB Shaquil Barrett, LB Brandon Marshall, DE DeMarcus Walker, G Sam Jones, OL Nico FalahBengals: WR Auden Tate, CB Tony McRae, LB Brandon Bell, OT Cedric Ogbuehi, OT Cordy Glenn, WR Josh Malone, DE Kasim EdebaliCAROLINA-TAMPA BAYPanthers: CB Lorenzo Doss, RB Travaris Cadet, LB Andre Smith, G Brendan Mahon, G Amini Silatolu, DT Vernon Butler, DE Marquis Haynes.Buccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, WR DeSean Jackson, CB Brent Grimes, CB Carlton Davis, CB M.J. Stewart, DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches Michael Hoomanawanui Jersey Stitched , T Demar Dotson.CHICAGO-NY GIANTSBears: QB Mitchell Trubisky, WR Kevin White, DB Sherrick McManis, RB Benny Cunningham, OL Rashaad Coward, WR Javon Wims, DT Nick Williams.Giants: QB Alex Tanney, DB Kamrin Moore, LB Lorenzo Carter, C Evan Brown, TE Evan Engram, DL John Jenkins, LB B.J. Goodson. On a day that saw the Saints defense meet their weekly quota for yards given up (more on that later), it was the contributions of two old timers turning back the hands of time that stood out. Throughout the game, there were moments where Drew Brees and Benjamin Watson looked like Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in Lethal Weapon 4, as both took their lumps while proving they could still hang athletically with the young guns in their 18th and 15th NFL seasons respectively.The ageless Watson showing a spring in his step reminiscent of well...last year, as he hauled in 5 receptions for 71 yards on 6 targets, one of which included a magnificent diving 27-yard catch that highlighted Brees’ ball placement (Hello Rev) and trust in the former New England Patriots tight end. This coming only five days after head coach Sean Payton called out that group saying, “We have to do better at the tight end position, that’s for sure.”Is this better, Sean?Watson and playoff Josh (Hill) would go on to combine for 82 yards on the day. Would you believe that’s the 6th most production the Saints have gotten from the TE position in the last 32 games or two years?Crazy!Drew Brees, on the other hand, hopped inside a time machine and went back to 2011. The Saints clearly relied on his arm to carry them this game, as he attempted a whopping 49 passes for 396 yards and 3 TDs. He connected with the usual suspects, as Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas combined for a ridiculous 30 targets, resulting in 25 receptions for 253 yards and a long of 35.Midway through the 2nd quarter, Brees would go on to torch history in his own special way by casually breaking Brett Favre’s completion record with a throw to none other than Thomas. Oddly enough, it was his work with his legs that would generate the biggest excitement for Saints fans.The goal line leap to win the game was vintage Brees and highlighted his still exceptional vertical, but the 7-yard TD run where he smashed the ‘B’ button to nimbly pirouette off two Falcons defenders before diving in for the score, possibly goes down as one of the sweetest Drew Brees moments in his decade long tenure as a Saint.Only Steve Erwin (RIP) could deliver “a beauty” well enough to capture the essence of this play!Conversely, his counterpart Matt Ryan didn’t fare so well and became one of only 2 QBs in NFL History to ever throw for 350+ yards and 5 TDs, but still not win the game. The other is Eli Manning in 2015 — and both lost to Drew Brees.It’s even more fitting to know that Ben Watson was on that team in 2015 too.Miscellaneous NotesRushing three men in the red zone isn’t yielding great results. That playcall/wrinkle from DC Dennis Allen worked best when the Saints had Nick Fairley over the nose to get quick pressure.Now, it only gives QBs up to 5 seconds to find a receiver with 8 guys in coverage.Unacceptable!The Saints second series was all about Alvin Kamara proving he’s human.Up 7, he first failed to field the punt and lost yardage on the play, and then followed that up with not being on the same page with Brees resulting in an incomplete pass on 2nd down.Saints would punt two plays later, and the Falcons would go on to tie 7-7 — but they had momentum and could have gone up 10-0 or better.Marcus Davenport saved P.J. Williams from another loss on a double move, as he was beat on the play, but Matt Ryan had no time to release the ball as he found himself in the grasp of the rookie for the first sack of his NFL careerOffensive line had an off-game penalty wise, but get a pass as the crowd noise likely had a lot to do with it.Wil Lutz was inches away from going full Zane Gonzalez (never go full Gonzalez) when his first field goal attempt bounced off the post before creeping its way back inside the uprights.Cris Carter had his gaffes, but provided amazing insight. Him chiding the ref for allowing the WR/DB to get behind him as he got caught peeking in the backfield was funny, even it did occur on a play the Saints could have been flagged on.The Saints at one point were confident enough to allow Alex Okafor to rush from LDE and Davenport to rush from RDE to give Cam Jordan a few snaps off.4th Quarter Jordan with 1st Q effort is a nightmare for opposing offensive lineman.These Saints-Falcons rivalry games are quickly becoming known for having a pivotal special teams play take place.This time it was a blocked punt by Okafor, as he joins Steve Gleason and Michael Mauti in statue making moments.Michael Thomas is continuing a dominant start to his 2018 campaign by shattering a record set by Julio Jones, in his house nonetheless, with 35 catches through 3 games, most ever in NFL History.P.J. Williams and Ken Crawley were beat mercilessly during the game yet still found ways not to be liabilities late.Solid mental toughness gentlemen.Cameron Meredith‘s first catch as a Saints was a huge one that resulted in a TDDefense played the run marvelously, and this aided them in controlling the clock but for the third week in a row played 60+ snaps.Those numbers need to come down...brutal!I’m running out of Nails to bite as the Saints insist on causing heart palpitations for their entire fan base through three weeks of the NFL season.The Saints defense gave up 5 TDs and to Ryan and continued to look bad in divisional play.Yet, I said this game would probably come down to whichever defense could make a key play and when the Saints needed a stop they were able to force the punt that preceded overtimeFalcons offense would never touch the ball again. Custom New York Giants Jerseys
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