This is Pederson’s first shot in the playoffs as a head coach, and he’s had two weeks to figure out ways to push the ball downfield. They don’t need multiple shots, but just a few to get the offense some chunk plays. Also, scoring a touchdown early will lift the anxiety off the Linc and that place will be rocking.
The Falcons’ key to victory this weekend is Julio Jones. Julio is a beast in the playoffs, with 104.7 receiving yards per game. Last weekend against the Rams, Matt Ryan’s passer rating was 139.2 when targeting Jones.
A weak-armed but tough prospect who likely spend his NFL career holding a clipboard, Carden has been compared to Bruce Gradkowski by CBS Sports’ Brugler.Hubbard wrote that had yielded enhanced .It’s a terrible feeling when your back is hurt.Louisiana Tech third baseman Lunceford came up with the game-winning walk-off double the bottom of the 13th inning as the 14th-ranked Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns baseball team fell to the Bulldogs 6 extra innings on Wednesday night at J.C.
I threw a lot of strikes early and they hit it at people and I was able to get some quick outs.Not to hijack this thread , what about Hart, State?
African-Americans involved in the league and beyond say that Richardson selling the franchise to an African-American buyer after racially insensitive charges against him would be a bold and fitting step. Lanier insists there are non-African Americans across the NFL spectrum who feel the same way who add, simply, that it is time.
“I do think the Carolina process will be a fair one looking for qualified ownership regardless of race, sex or origin,” Lanier said. “As time has grown, there are new beginnings and we are in a different place, with change rapidly unfolding. There is more dialogue in this process than ever.”
And can either hide behind the notion that there are simply no worthy African-American candidates?
“Well, I do know people who could be interested and who are more than qualified,” Lanier said. “There are a number of African-Americans who have the capital and the structure to own an NFL team. There is no question about that. It’s time. It would be significant to have that next step — ownership.”