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CHARLOTTE — When All-Pro wide receiver Julio Jones dropped a wide-open 39-yard touchdown pass with just under nine minutes left in regulation Sunday, you knew what kind of day it had been for the Atlanta Falcons.

Jones’ bobble magnified another implosion for the Falcons in a 20-17 loss to the Carolina Panthers. The Falcons actually looked poised to silence the crowd at Bank of America Stadium after jumping out to a 10-0 lead after one quarter, building steam off two forced fumbles by strong safety Keanu Neal. But they’ve developed a reputation for blowing such leads.

They did it again Sunday.

“We’ve been under the same roof, the 2017 team, for eight games,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. “We’re going to continue to address the areas that we need to improve on.”

A game that could have served as a statement to the rest of the NFC South turned out to be the same old story. It marked the third time this season that the 4-4 Falcons blew a lead to lose a game. They led 10-7 at home against Buffalo at halftime only to lose 23-17. They jumped out to a 17-0 lead at home against Miami only to lose 20-17.

And then came Sunday.

The Falcons dropped their division opener to the Panthers after supposedly having built momentum with last week’s close road win over the New York Jets. Now it’s fair to wonder if Quinn’s team can recapture any of the swagger from last year’s Super Bowl run in time to make a playoff run — or make the playoffs, period. Upcoming games at home against the Dallas Cowboys and on the road against the Seattle Seahawks will test the Falcons’ ability to “reset” and get back on track. Regrouping really hasn’t worked too well thus far.

The Falcons’ latest failure can be traced back to a second-quarter sequence that could have given them possibly a stranglehold on an important road win. They faced second-and-2 from Carolina’s 36-yard line with 5 minutes, 54 seconds left before halftime. What followed were three consecutive running plays for 1 yard, including a failed fourth-and-1 by Devonta Freeman. It was a series of plays that had critics calling for offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian’s head again, although the execution wasn’t there, either.

“We have to execute as players better than we did,” Ryan said. “We’ve got to be able to move the chains with three opportunities from 2 yards or less, regardless of what we’re calling — run or pass.”

Rather than driving for possibly a 17-0 lead right then, the Falcons put the Panthers in position for their first touchdown with penalties on Austin Hooper (illegal crackback) and Brian Poole (unnecessary roughness). Then, two plays after Christian McCaffrey’s 4-yard touchdown run, Ryan threw his seventh interception of the season, this one to Mike Adams on a pass he was trying to get to Hooper down the middle of the field.

“We’re going to stay aggressive, for sure,” Ryan said of the interceptions. “Felt like we have an opportunity with Hoop in front of the safety. They made a good play. That’s one of those situations, disappointing. We’ll look at the film and see how we need to be better moving forward, but we’re going stay aggressive.”

The Panthers turned the turnover into Cam Newton’s 9-yard touchdown run, and turned the tide of the game.

Some of the same issues continued to haunt the Falcons. They went 4-for-12 on third down, not to mention 0-for-3 on fourth down. They had eight penalties for 70 yards, some of them foolish defensive flags. And they couldn’t pick up a single yard when they needed it most and finished with just 53 rushing yards on 18 carries.

Although the Falcons weren’t out of it until the very end, thanks to a late Tevin Coleman 19-yard touchdown reception, they still have to learn how to finish.

“We just lost,” Freeman said. “I guess we didn’t click. We will go back to the drawing board, figure out what we need to do to win, and win.”

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A pack of Miami Dolphins notes as the team begins preparations for Sunday night’s game against the Oakland Raiders:

With Pro Bowl running back Jay Ajayi being introduced in Philadelphia today following his trade Tuesday, the Dolphins are moving on toward finding his successor.

And that successor’s name is Damien Kenyan Senorise Williams Drake Perry.

Coach Adam Gase on Wednesday declined to say the new starting running back will be — perhaps because it might not matter immediately until Kenyan Drake or Damien Williams or Senorise Perry separate from one another and fall into more defined roles.

“We’ll see how it works out,” Gase said. “We’re going to go through practice this week and see what fits. I like the three guys we got, their skills sets. We’ll be able to maximize what they do well.”

So what do these guys do well?

Gase said he was told when he arrived that “when the lights come on on Sunday, [Williams] is one of the guys you want with you.”

The coach added, “he’s done nothing but make plays.”

Williams has rushed 12 times for 32 yards (2.7 yards per carry) without a touchdown this season.

On Drake, Gase said assuming he’ll be the starter is “speculation,” but added, “We feel he fits the mold we’re looking for in that backfield.”

Drake has 10 rushes for 25 yards this season (2.5 YPC average).

And Perry, according to Gase, “has knowledge of this offense. He’s been with me enough to where when you know what a guy can do, there’s a comfort level there.”

So it’s going to be a group situation for now.

“I like the fact they’re able to catch the ball, they’re able to run good routes, they’re able to run the ball inside and outside. They’re physical. It’s something we like their skill sets,” Gase said.

So what’s Gase’s explanation for trading Ajayi?

“I think it was just time for us to move on,” the coach said. “We’ve had conversations about what we’re going to do down the road. We felt this was a good opportunity. We kind of put some feelers out to see where other teams were at. We got some younger players there we felt we’re going to move forward with and that was the decision we came to.”

So are the Dolphins better today than before they traded Ajayi?

“I like where we’re at right now,” Gase said before adding, “We didn’t inquire about anyone else. We’ll see how it goes from here on out but as for right now, I like the group I got.”

Gase’s explanation for ultimately moving on from Ajayi hinted at what I reported the Dolphins felt as reasons for dumping Ajayi but didn’t come out and actually say it.

“We’ve had ups and downs but that’s with a lot of players,” Gase said of Ajayi. “It’s a lot of players and getting on the same page and sharing the philosophy of how we want to do things. He tried to do what we were asking him to do a majority of the time … It was just time for us to go separate ways.”

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The Dolphins are 4-3 and coming off a debacle on prime time last Thursday. So changes are afoot in how the team approaches preparations.

“We’re not going to stay the same,” Gase said. “We’re not going to keep doing the same thing and bang our head against the wall. We made some changes with how we’re meeting, how we’re going to walk thru, how we’re going to schedule things, how we’re going to practice. We’re going to make changes.

“I’m not talking about personnel, I talking about the way we’re going about things. The way we’re teaching. They way we game plan. That’s what we should be doing. If we sit here and do the same thing over and over again … we’re really kidding ourselves. We have to find the right way to teach, the right way to learn and find what allows us to execute on Sunday.”

I like this. There’s something to be said for having a conviction about how one approaches work. But when that approach shows itself to be less than perfect, changes and adjustments are in order. So, good.

“When things start to go off track, it’s you job to go find solutions,” Gase said.

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Quarterback Jay Cutler is practicing on Wednesday and is scheduled to start against the Raiders. But Gase seemed to draw back from the idea Cutler is definitely going to be the starter.

“We’ll see how he feels in practice, after practice,” Gase said. “Matt took a lot of shots last week and he’s trying to recover from that as well. He’s still a little sore. He took too many shots. We’ll see how this week goes and Matt’s always ready to go and we’ll see how Jay feels.”

Gase said there is no significant chance Cutler can cause further damage to his two cracked ribs if he takes another hit in the area.

“It sounds like we’re going to be ok in that area. I’m sure it’s not going to feel good … We need to do a good job to make sure he’s protected. Hopefully we have a good sense of urgency.”

Jarvis Landry was not traded. And Gase repeated the team’s leading receiver, unsigned and scheduled for free agency in 2018, remains very much in the team’s plan.

Sort of …

“We told him a long time ago he wasn’t going anywhere,” Gase said. “We have a vision for what we want that wide receiver room to look like and we expect him to be a huge part of that. However that works out down the road, that’s hard for me to say because I don’t negotiate the contracts.

“I’ll blame Mike [Tannenbaum] on that one.”

Yes, there’s uncertainty there. But

“I like that group. I like that group a lot. We have a lot of guys that are trying to do it right and will fight the entire game. I think that’s why we see some moments where things look really good. We just have to find ways to improve. We just got to keep being on the details and accountable to each other.”

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Jets’ surprising start has taken a turn toward ugly.

After a 25-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday stretched the Jets’ losing skid to three, one of their most respected players, Matt Forte, questioned the playcalling at rain-soaked MetLife Stadium.

“I only had four carries this game,” Forte said. “I don’t think we ran the ball enough with this weather being the way it was.”

It was a season low in carries for Forte, who finished with only 7 yards. The Jets (3-5) ran 22 times, compared to 36 dropbacks for quarterback Josh McCown, who passed for 257 yards and two touchdowns.

Forte said the game plan called for the Jets to feature the running game, but he believes they “strayed” from that.

“Definitely surprised by that,” Forte said. “We knew the weather was going to be like this. It continued to rain the entire game. I think we ran the ball only 20 times, something like that. There should’ve been at least one person getting 20 carries, the way the weather was. I thought we were going to grind them out on the ground. It ended up not turning out that way.”

The playcaller is first-time offensive coordinator John Morton, who operates a West Coast offense and has a passing background. He spent the past two seasons as the receivers coach for the New Orleans Saints.

“I think he’d probably say because he’s more of a pass-type of guy, coming from New Orleans, where they’re in a dome and you have Drew Brees, of course, throwing the ball,” Forte said. “You have to analyze your team and see what your guys do best.”

It was a one-possession game throughout the fourth quarter, yet the Jets passed on eight of their first 10 plays before they got into must-pass mode in the final minute. In fairness to Morton, the Jets struggled to run against the Falcons, managing only 43 yards.

Forte acknowledged as much, but he said they should’ve copied the Falcons’ approach.

“The running game is where you keep wearing on a defense,” he said. “The more you run it, then later on, you may pop a big one. [The Falcons] did that. We held them to under 3 yards a carry until they broke a long one at the end. We just have to keep grinding.”

Forte was referring to Tevin Coleman’s 52-yard run for Atlanta in the fourth quarter.

Forte said it would’ve been pointless to lobby Morton during the game because it was “pretty apparent” that the plan was to feature the running game.

“Everybody knows that was the game plan, and that’s what we wanted to do,” he said. “I’m not going to be on the headset telling somebody how to do their job.”

Forte said players “will and have” talked to Morton in the past about becoming more balanced offensively.

“We definitely have to get on the same page — everybody,” he said.

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How quickly a season can change. Just two days ago, the Washington Redskins had a chance to be serious contenders in the NFC East. Now, they’re wondering how many players are physically capable of playing on Sunday.

Seven players suffered injuries in the loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. On a short week against the Dallas Cowboys, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden opted to have just a closed walk-through Wednesday before holding the team’s first practice of the week Thursday.

It’s a depth chart that has been tested often over the last few weeks, and after being bested by the Eagles for a second time, the Redskins’ fortunes have dimmed. Barring a collapse by the Eagles, who have looked like the best team in the league through seven weeks, it will be a daunting task for the Redskins to win the division. Philadelphia is up 2 1/2 games on Washington heading into Week 8, and it also carries an important head-to-head tiebreaker by completing the regular season sweep.

Safe to say there’s plenty to discuss in the mailbag. As a reminder, we switched up the mailbag format from email to Twitter (welcome to 2017). Thanks for tweeting your questions using the #RedskinsWP hashtag.

The Eagles (6-1) are playing so well right now that it’s not even worth looking at the NFC East standings unless they just have a massive collapse. Looking at their schedule though, which includes a home game against the winless San Francisco 49ers on Sunday and a Week 10 bye week, it’s tough to see that happening. The wild card is still very much in play with how bunched up the NFC is with 10 weeks left, though. The Redskins (3-3) are one of eight teams currently at 3-4, 3-3 or 4-3, so the landscape suggests it would be foolish to write them off in October.

However, their roster is in bad shape this week. Four starters along the offensive line, and six of the nine on the active roster, are dealing with injuries. Five defensive backs are hurt. These two spots are very concerning during a portion of the schedule that appeared difficult even without the injuries. Washington is currently 1-1 during the second quarter of the schedule, with a Week 6 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Its next two games come against the Dallas Cowboys (3-3) and the Seattle Seahawks (4-2).

If the Redskins can somehow walk away with a split, I think that would be the best-case scenario. That’d put them at 4-4 overall, and 3-3 in the conference, with eight games left. But that’s going to be a tough task. While it’s a home game, Washington faces a division rival on a short week coming off a Monday night. The following week, it travels to the opposite coast to play in one of the toughest environments in the NFL. The Redskins will need a lot to bounce their way to pull off a split. We’ll see how mentally tough this team is during this stretch.

The hope is that Washington’s backup offensive tackle will return next week against the Seattle Seahawks. Multiple people say he still could use about two more practice weeks to continue rehabbing a core muscle injury that required surgery following the team’s Week 3 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Gruden said at the time of the injury it would take three to six weeks for Nsekhe to recover. While Washington wishes he would return sooner, it appears that it will indeed take six weeks.

Nsekhe’s injury, which occurred while he filled in for Shawn Lauvao for a snap after Lauvao’s facemask detached from his helmet, came at a bad time for Washington. Left tackle Trent Williams has played through a right knee injury he suffered the following week and will eventually require surgery. He was replaced by backup T.J. Clemmings near the end of the game, and Williams said he may consider resting because it’s not allowing him to move like he wants to.

On top of all this, right tackle Morgan Moses sprained both of his ankles against the Eagles. Along with injuries to right guard Brandon Scherff (back/knee) and center Spencer Long (knee/quad tendinitis), the Redskins’ offensive line is in bad shape.

While the Redskins could sign tackle Vinston Painter, who was on the 90-man roster this summer and the team’s active roster last year, off the Cardinals’ practice squad for depth, Painter would need to be on the active roster for three weeks. If Nsekhe returns next week, it wouldn’t be ideal to have a roster spot dedicated to an extra tackle considering the injuries at other positions. The two most logical options seem to be either keep playing Williams until Nsekhe returns, and run the risk of doing more damage to his knee, or insert Clemmings against a Cowboys defense with 21 sacks (tied for sixth in the NFL). Yikes.

I don’t think those two things are correlated. Washington has tried to use its depth to create different looks. Jonathan Allen went on injured reserve with a foot injury, but he was part of a rotation defensive line coach Jim Tomsula implemented to keep those guys fresh. Outside linebacker Preston Smith hurt his groin, but he’s also rotated at the position.

Deshazor Everett has missed two games with a hamstring injury, but he was splitting time with Montae Nicholson at strong safety. Nicholson keeps hurting his shoulder but plays through the injury. I think his recurring injury can be chalked up to his style of play. Cornerback Fabian Moreau (hamstring) and safety Stefan McClure (hamstring) have almost exclusively played on special teams.

The injuries to Josh Norman (rib), Bashaud Breeland (knee) and Mason Foster (shoulder)? You just gotta charge those to the game.

I would expect more two- and three-tight end sets moving forward, yes. Jordan Reed is getting healthier, as evident by his two-touchdown performance against the Eagles, and Vernon Davis has been a reliable target for Kirk Cousins this season. Niles Paul even had a nice 32-yard reception. Gruden wanted to incorporate more two-tight end looks in the second half, but the game shifted from a 10-3 lead to a seven-point deficit during the final four minutes of the first half.

At the moment, the Redskins have Doctson starting at the “X” spot and Pryor serving as the backup. Jamison Crowder, who has been a slot receiver, moved over as the starting “Z” receiver with Grant. Washington needs receivers that can do the dirty work underneath at the “Z” spot, a role Pierre Garcon did very well during his tenure in DC. Crowder is a technically sound receiver that’s getting healthier after dealing with a hamstring injury during training camp and a hip issue in Week 4 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

When incorporating three wide receivers, look for Washington to go with Doctson, Crowder and Grant moving forward. That’s not to say Pryor has been ousted. He’s still expected to have a role offensively, receiving around 20-30 snaps (he received 30 against the Eagles). Pryor just won’t be heavily used as he was against the 49ers, when he played 61 snaps, because the Redskins want to see more of what Doctson, a 2016 first round pick, can bring and they’ve been productive with two and three tight ends. There’s a chance we could see plays sprinkled in with both Doctson and Pryor on the field, but Crowder is better suited at the “Z” moving forward.

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Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was team called the Oakland Raiders. They were a motley bunch, gutted of talent and cap space and struggling to field a competitive group. And then the rebuild began, but—as is true for most rebuilds—it was ugly.

The draft began to provide an influx of some nice talent, but it would take a while for them to grow up. In 2014, the Raiders were 0-10 in the midst of a 16-game losing streak while the Chiefs were 7-3, riding a 5-game winning streak that included beating the defending Super Bowl Champions Seattle Seahawks.

There’s no way the Raiders should have won that game, but lightning struck and young Derek Carr made his first game-winning TD throw to #89 James Jones.

That game was made into a fantastic finish courtesy of the Raiders defense, particularly Sio Moore, Khalil Mack, and an angry Justin Tuck.

his is what it sounds like to get an 0-16 Gorilla of your back.

The team that started 0-10 would finish 3-3 and that would give the team and the players something to build on. The next two season, they went 19-13 which brings us to now.

The previous 3-game losing streak that culminated with that missed extra point loss to the Chargers had the fanbase’s morale at a 3-year low. Expectations were focused on a deep playoff run (‘Super Bowl or Bust’) and the fact that struggles were punctuated by an anemic offense had heads spinning.

Like 2014, many gave the Raiders little chance to win, but the team rallied around each other, fought and battled, and overcame the adversity.

So, on the 4th try at the TD, when Crabtree caught the ball, got both knees down just inside the front left pylon, the screams were of a huge catharsis; the gorilla was not as large as in 2014, but a big one nonetheless.

This was the game of the year so far for the Raiders and may well mark the turning point of the season. If the Raiders go deep the rest of the year, we will look back at this game (and ‘the drive’) as setting the stage, much like the 2-point conversion in New Orleans set the stage for the 2016 season.

Most everything has already been said about this game, so I’ll just try to focus on a few more interesting bits :

I don’t believe this team ever doubted themselves. The attitude comes from the top and throughout the past 2+ years, they have always been mentally strong and focused. This team is made up of players that know how to grind and how to overcome. The fan base is far more fragile than this team is.
I do wonder if this young team was a little over-confident early in the year and if it has taken being ‘punched in the mouth’ 4x in a row to get back to grinding like they did last year. For young teams dealing with success can be as difficult as dealing with adversity.
Defensive frontline did a very good job overall. Limited Kareem Hunt to 19/93, 4.9 avg, but outside of one big run for 34 (more on that later), held him to 18/59, 3.3 avg. Lots of good fits, lots of good discipline, and great effort.
Hunt is a definite talent. Powerfully built and low; when he tucks down, he has nearly no tackling surface and even guys like NaVorro Bowman bounce off because they have nothing to wrap.

There has been obvious improvements on the defensive front week-to-week; if you study the video, you can see corrections being made and mistakes not being made twice. But still the main weakness is the DL recognizing draw plays; the young interior DL attack outside and upfield on pass sets and then leave huge holes inside. Hunt’s big run came on a draw.
Bruce Irvin et al were banging on Travis Kelce much of the night to keep him from getting a clean release. That helped the coverage out and limited Kelce’s performance. One of the times that Bruce didn’t/couldn’t bump Kelce resulted in that 1st quarter touchdown.
Ken Norton has been blitzing like crazy since week 1, notably being burnt by Kirk Cousins in Week 3 WAS game. Thursday, he showed blitz A LOT, but backed out almost every time. Two notable blitzes (both by Bowman), one was picked up and resulted in the Tyreek Hill TD, the other was not picked up and resulted in a key 3rd down incompletion.
Many of the fake blitzes forced KC to adjust protection calls, so when they backed out of the blitz, it would result in a 3/4-man rush with Khalil Mack having a 1-on-1. GREAT design.
Defense legitimately had 2 defensive stops on 3rd down that ended up otherwise. The strange Denico Autry personal foul (falling into Alex Smith’s legs) that extended a drive and the Keith McGill tipped ball to Albert Wilson TD. Point is that the defense is playing well enough to have held KC to ~16 pts. As they clean up more and more, we may see the defense improve, hopefully by end of year when it matters the most.
I admit that I did not trust the defense to get a 3-and-out at the end when the team needed it. They proved me wrong and rose up like champions. It reminded me of the end of the Carolina game.
Salute Vadal Alexander
Jared Cook was signed specifically to help beat the Chiefs. In 2016, the Raiders were down 8 and had a chance to win it. They went with this play :

2017, similar situation and go with:

It’s a great win, but it’s only one win. You don’t get extra points for beating a 5-1 team. So now take it in the cliche ‘one game at a time’-mode and focus on getting a win at Buffalo and getting to .500.

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The game wound up being much closer than it should have been. 31-6 midway through the third quarter of the game is when you start to see some of the young faces play. But a vicious 27 point swing in the fourth quarter saw that lead evaporate. A late pick by Tramon Williams put the Cardinals at the one-yard line, and an Adrian Peterson touchdown sealed the victory.

A win like this should correlate to some PFF grade changes, right? Let us find out.

Offensive Stats:

QB Carson Palmer had one of his best games of the season on Sunday. Palmer was particularly effective on throws between 10 and 19 yards down the field. On those intermediate throws, Palmer completed 11 of 12 passes for 206 yards, three touchdowns, and a 158.3 passer rating.
WR Larry Fitzgerald was the Cardinals go to target against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fitzgerald caught 10 of 11 targets for 138 yards, which helped him ear an 80.2 overall grade. Fitzgerald also recorded 5.75 yards per route run, the 2nd highest mark on Sunday. Fitzgerald did much of his damage lined up outside, as seven of his ten catches came when he was lined up out wide.
RB Adrian Peterson had a great game in his Cardinals debut. On top of his 133 rushing yards, Peterson accrued 56 yards after contact and forced four missed tackles. Arizona running backs had forced six the entire season.
The Cardinals were happy to see LT D.J. Humphries return to the field after sitting out with an injury. Humphries had a 92.7 run block grade, which was the highest among tackles in week 6. When running behind Humphries, Arizona running backs ran for 57 yards on nine carries. Only 18 of those rushing yards came after contact. Humphries also only surrendered two pressures in pass protection.
TE Jermain Gresham had a great game when he was used as a blocker. Despite two penalties, Gresham was still the highest graded run blocker in the league with a 93.8 run blocking grade on Sunday.

Defensive Stats:

The Buccaneers struggled to block Edge Chandler Jones. Jones managed to accrue ten total pressures, including two sacks. Jones’s ten pressures Sunday were the most by an edge defender and he now has the most pressures in the NFL with 33.
CB Patrick Peterson played up to his usual excellent standards on Sunday. Despite suffering from a leg injury, Peterson still posted an 87.3 overall grade. Peterson was only targeted when covering Mike Evans and he did not allow Evans to catch any of the four passes thrown his way. He also added one passes defensed.
CB Tramon Williams had a great game when asked to fill the shoes of the injured Patrick Peterson. Williams only allowed a 41-yard catch. He was targeted five times, had an interception and allowed a 21.7 passer rating when targeted. Williams received an 85.2 coverage grade for his effort on Sunday.
Rookie Haason Reddick was able to get pressure against the Tampa Buccaneers offensive line. Reddick managed to generate 4 pressures, 3 of which were hits, on Sunday. All of his pressures came when lined up on the left side.
S Tyvon Branch has been one of the best run-stuffing safeties in the NFL this year. Branch leads the league with 13 run stops and has the highest run stop percentage (run stops per run snap) at 8.6%. Branch has played within eight yards of the line of scrimmage on 71.7% of his snaps and he leads the league in tackles when lined up in the box.

PFF Grades:

Carson Palmer grades as the 18th ranked Quarterback. His 75.2 is third in the NFC West, behind Russell Wilson (4th 85.2) and Jared Goff (17th 75.7).

Larry Fitzgerald is the 11th graded receiver in the NFL. His 81.8 grade is the third-best mark in the NFC West, behind Pierre Garcon (6th 83.8) and Doug Baldwin (10th 82.0). Jaron Brown is second on the team with a 76.6, and John Brown is third with a 75.0. Larry Fitzgeralds 71.7 run blocking grade is tops among the team’s receivers.

Andre Ellington is the best ranked Cardinals runningback through six games. His 64.2 is good for 35th in the NFL. However is grade is not best on the team. That award goes to Adrian Peterson. A strong performance on Sunday catapulted AP to a strong 79.2 overall grade. However, his 48 total snaps this season deem him ineligible to be ranked.

Troy Niklas and Jermaine Gresham are ranked 56th and 57th. Niklas is graded as the teams best receiver with a 61.9 receiving grade, while Gresham earns a 77.6 run blocking grade, tops for the tight ends on this team.

AQ Shipley is the 26th ranked center. His 50.2 grade is his worst in six years.

Evan Boehm is the teams best-ranked guard with a 43.2. Alex Boone and Earl Watford have a 39.7 and 34.8 grade respectively. With Boehm now benched, the line looked better, it will be curious to see how those grades change in the upcoming weeks.

Jared Veldheer has appeared to bounced back from a weak start to the season. He is the team’s top-ranked tackle. DJ Humphries is the teams top graded with a 78.4. His 89.3 run blocking grade is tops on the team.

Patrick Peterson is the 25th graded Cornerback. His 82.8 is the third highest grade among the team’s defensive backs. Tyrann Mathieu and Justin Bethel rank 91st and 98th among Corners.

Tyvon Branch is back into the top five after his game against Tampa. His 88.6 is the teams best grade. Antoine Bethea recorded his third straight game with a pick. His 84.7 grade is good for 13th in the NFL. Tramon Williams, listed as a safety, has a 77.1 overall grade with a 79.7 coverage grade.

Haason Reddick is the top graded inside linebacker on the team. He sits at 59th with a 46.3 grade. Karlos Dansby and Deone Bucannon have 44.2 and 35.0 grades good for 65th and 78th.

Corey Peters is the top graded interior lineman on the team. His 82.0 is 22nd in the league. Xavier Williams went down with an injury this week, but it was labeled as a “sore MCL”. His 77.9 is second on the team.

Chandler Jones continues to play well after his contract extension. His 85.0 grade is 13th among edge defenders. He leads the league in pressures and tackles for loss.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Jets were upset and baffled by an apparent touchdown that turned into a fumble and a touchback following a replay review in their 24-17 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

“I’m pretty sure everybody is going to look back and say that was a B.S. call,” wide receiver Jermaine Kearse said.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins scored on a 4-yard touchdown catch with 8:24 remaining in the fourth quarter — or, at least, that was the call on the field. After reviewing the play, referee Tony Corrente ruled that Seferian-Jenkins bobbled the ball twice and didn’t re-establish control until after he was out of bounds in the end zone, resulting in a touchback.

The Jets were trailing 24-14 at the time.

Afterward, several players said they were shocked by the reversal.

“For most of us, the last thing on our mind was a touchback,” cornerback Morris Claiborne said. “I thought at least it would [be] down on the 1 and we’d still have the ball and still have a chance to score a touchdown.

“Me, personally, I still don’t understand where the touchback came from. It wasn’t like the ball went through the back of the end zone at all.”

Seferian-Jenkins refused to directly criticize the referee. He acknowledged that he bobbled the ball, but he still felt it should’ve counted as a touchdown.

“I feel like I scored,” he said. “But at the end of the day, that’s what the ref called. I’m going to go with what the ref said, and I have to have better ball security.”

Seferian-Jenkins went on to say, “I don’t think it does any good to blast the officials or blast the rule … The rule is the rule. It is what it is. I have to do a better job of ball security. … I feel like I let my team down.”

Jets coach Todd Bowles downplayed the impact of the controversial call, saying that his team had other opportunities to win. The loss snapped a three-game win streak for the Jets (3-3), who missed a chance to grab sole possession of first place in the AFC East.

“They said he didn’t have control of the ball going out of bounds,” Bowles said. “If it hits the pylon going out of bounds, it’s a touchback going the other way.”

Corrente, speaking to a pool reporter, explained it this way:

“He lost the ball. It came out of his control as he was almost to the ground. Now he re-grasps the ball, and by rule, now he has to complete the process of a recovery, which means he has to survive the ground again.”

Corrente said the ball came out “a second time” as one knee hit the ground, adding, “Now he’s out of bounds in the end zone, which now created a touchback.”

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PHILADELPHIA — Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said that players around the league will continue in their efforts to raise awareness about social injustice regardless of how the NFL decides to address demonstrations during the national anthem.

“I think we’ve seen even over the last year that you can take a player out of the league, you can threaten to do whatever you want to do, that’s not going to deter players from doing what’s right, or doing what they believe is right,” Jenkins said Tuesday. “You might be able to change the manner in which that looks but I don’t see players stopping their pursuit for justice or equality.”

On Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to NFL teams expressing a belief that “everyone should stand for the national anthem” and that the dispute surrounding the issue is “threatening to erode the unifying power of our game.” He spoke of a plan that will be reviewed with the teams at next week’s league meeting, which would “include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues.”

President Donald Trump has called on NFL owners since last month to fire players who do not stand for the anthem, saying their protest “disrespects the flag” and the country. On Sunday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he would bench any player who knelt.

“It’s sad that it’s come to this point,” said Eagles safety Rodney McLeod, who has raised a fist alongside Jenkins in recent weeks during the playing of the anthem. “Maybe they can figure out some way to talk to different leaders around the teams, Malcolm, [Seahawks receiver Doug] Baldwin and guys like that, sit down possibly with the president and express the reasons for their concerns and why they’re trying to [have others] take notice of something that they strongly believe in and something that is unfortunately happening in today’s society.

“That’s what it has to come down to, for him to possibly understand and hear from these players rather than hear from outside sources, hear it directly from the players.”

Word of Goodell’s memo was just reaching Eagles players as they walked off the practice field Tuesday afternoon. Jenkins said that the mission remains the same regardless of whether the NFL decides to implement a league-wide mandate that every player must stand during the national anthem.

“The position of the players is that we’re going to continue to do the work that we’ve been doing, we’re going to continue to use our platforms as we have been over the last year to drive awareness to injustices in our country,” he said. “Now what the NFL decides to do is kind of on them. There has been open dialogue between players and different ownership; there has been dialogue between players and Commissioner Goodell.

“But at the end of the day, you’ve also had these individual owners come out and take these strong stances, and some owners take stances behind closed doors. But from a player’s standpoint, that doesn’t change what we do or how we go about our business. Whether they want to assist us or deter us is on them.”

Jenkins was one of four players who penned a lengthy memo to the league office requesting league support and asking for a month to be dedicated to social activism. Goodell has had dialogue with members of the players’ coalition in the weeks since and joined Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie on a “Listen and Learn” tour that gave them an up-close look at different parts of Philadelphia’s criminal justice system.

“I think that would be an unfortunate decision if [a mandate in respect to the anthem is] all that came out of it, if there was no effort to replace the platform that guys have been using to draw attention to issues in our country,” said Jenkins. “If there is no effort to assist players in that, I think it would be very, very unfortunate, and I don’t think that would go over well.

“I don’t think this would stop anybody from trying to push for change, push for justice. Players have always kind of moved around, found new ways.”

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Raiders Pro Bowl left tackle Donald Penn had a verbal altercation with fans as he exited the players’ parking lot at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum following his team’s 30-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

A video shows fans yelling at Penn, with one removing his cap as if ready to brawl with the 6-foot-4, 315-pound offensive lineman as Penn got out of his car and approached the group. Only a movable metal barricade and a couple of security guards wearing yellow jackets separated player and fans before police arrived.

Penn posted about the incident on Twitter later Sunday.

Penn, who was mocked in the expletive-laden video for the $21 million, two-year contract extension he signed with the Raiders last month, returned to his car before the situation escalated.

Frustration is mounting for the Raiders, trendy preseason Super Bowl picks who have now lost three straight games to fall to 2-3 on the season.

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.—The Buffalo Bills’ passing game has had enough difficulty through the first month of the season.

The challenge may grow for the NFL’s 31st-ranked passing offence.

The Bills (3-1) will be without top receiver Jordan Matthews for several weeks because of a broken right thumb. That places more pressure on an unheralded group of receivers that has already dealt with adversity this season.

“It is never easy to lose a player, any player, but also a player of that quality and calibre with Jordan Matthews,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said. “We are not limited. We move forward and that is what good teams do.”

The Bills have been one of the league’s biggest surprises through four weeks, moving to the top of the AFC East following an upset win at the Atlanta Falcons. They’ll be tested, though, after yet another setback at a critical position.

Matthews’ injury is just the latest blow for Buffalo at wide receiver. The Bills sent their top wideout from the previous three seasons, Sammy Watkins, to the Los Angeles Rams in a pre-season trade.

Veteran Anquan Boldin, who was originally expected to line up alongside Watkins — and then replace him — abruptly retired 10 days later.

Their No. 2 and No. 3 receivers from last season, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin, left in free agency. One year earlier, Chris Hogan left as a restricted free agent.

That leaves an untested group that includes second-round pick Zay Jones, veteran Andre Holmes and the returning Philly Brown to try and pick up the pieces.

“I don’t think you can quite replace a player like Jordan, especially what he brings to the table as a football player,” Jones said. “But it doesn’t stop us. We’ve just got to keep preparing the same way.”

Jones has the highest ceiling, but has had a rocky start to his pro career. Known for his hands and consistency at East Carolina, the 37th overall pick in the draft has struggled with drops.

Against Atlanta in Week 4, Jones had a poor drop before coming back with a tough catch by the sideline in the third quarter.

“I’m growing and I’m learning and I know that,” Jones said. “I’ve had a lot of advice, a lot of people talk to me. I’ve heard a lot of things positive and negative, but I just really don’t care because it’s a learning process for me.

“This is fun. And I’m enjoying it still. There’s been a lot of outside noise and a lot of outside talk, but I’m still enjoying it.”

Holmes, 29, is the veteran of the group. He spent the past four seasons as a depth receiver with the Oakland Raiders.

Brown was re-signed Tuesday after being released by Buffalo before the start of the season. Buffalo also has receivers Brandon Tate and Kaelin Clay, who have played mostly on special teams.

Working in Buffalo’s favour is an offensive approach that has utilized its share of play action. Those adjustments have allowed quarterback Tyrod Taylor to use his mobility while simplifying reads and helping to create separation downfield.

“That has been huge,” McDermott said. “With my defensive background, I know how tough that is in order to diagnose the run and then the play action that comes off of it. That is tough to handle defensively.”

The Bills also have an option in tight end Charles Clay, who leads the team in receiving yards through four weeks (227 yards, two touchdowns). Clay had a big performance in the win over the Falcons with 112 of the team’s 182 receiving yards.

After two seasons of solid but inconsistent production, the Bills have emphasized Clay in the passing game with their other options limited.

“We’ve tried to over the past couple of years,” Taylor said. “We’ve been on the same page and he’s gone out there and played at a high level.”

Buffalo’s receiving options will be put to the test on Sunday at Cincinnati (1-3), where the Bills have a chance to go to 4-1 for the first time since 2011.

“I have to go out there and make plays with whoever’s out there and I have confidence in those guys in the receiver room, guys that are willing to step up and take the challenge,” Taylor said.

“Yes, we miss Jordan, but it’s not going to be the end of the world either. He’ll be back and we’ll be better as a unit when he comes back.”

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