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The Wholesale Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys have placed veteran receiver DeSean Jackson on injured reserve, meaning he will not be eligible to return until the wild-card round of the playoffs.

Jackson suffered a torn abdominal muscle during Sunday’s game against the Wholesale Chicago Bears Jerseys and will have surgery, his representative told ESPN on Monday.

Tests revealed he has a full tear. The recovery time is expected to be at least six weeks.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — It’s getting ugly early for the Wholesale New York Giants Jerseys, who have lost five straight after falling to the Wholesale Dallas Cowboys Jerseys 37-18 on Monday at MetLife Stadium.

It’s fair to start wondering if this organization has any chance to meet owner John Mara’s preseason mandate. Mara said this summer that he wanted the Giants to “win some games” and “feel at the end of the season we’re moving in the right direction.”

That seems improbable, given the current state of the Giants, who at 2-7 haven’t won since late September. They have the most losses (31) of any team since the start of the 2017 season — more than the Wholesale Cleveland Browns Jerseys, who have an 0-16 campaign during that span.

It has been such an awful stretch that the Giants are somehow 0-6 in games where star running back Saquon Barkley has played from start to finish.

“It’s crazy to say that but, hey, the way I look at it and the way I have an outlook on life is there are going to be better days,” Barkley said. “We are struggling right now and things aren’t going out way, but I’m not going to lose my focus. I’m not going to lose belief in this team, this coaching staff. I’m just going to continue to come to work every single day and I know, I know for 100 percent sure it will turn around,” Barkley said.

The struggles set up perhaps the strangest of key games for coach Pat Shurmur and the Giants when they meet the rival Wholesale New York Jets Jerseys on Sunday. A loss would send the Giants into their bye week with six straight losses and questions about the state of the franchise. It’s hard to imagine how ownership would handle such an embarrassment.

Shurmur and the Giants need a win.

“In the worst way,” captain Mike Thomas said. “For everybody in this organization. Facility, players, coaches, front office. For everybody. We need it and we’re going to find a way to get it.”

Nothing seems to be going right for Shurmur & Co. these days. They were on the short end of some crucial penalties and no-calls late in Monday’s game. Maybe more concerning, the turnovers by rookie quarterback Daniel Jones keep coming. He had three against the Cowboys and has eight interceptions and eight fumbles this season.

Progress from the rookie quarterback was the only thing that could mask the stench from this much Giants losing. Instead, they keep stacking losses, and the Giants are simultaneously missing extra points, failing to score in the red zone (one touchdown in five tries) and allowing too many explosive plays, including the clincher courtesy of an Amari Cooper 45-yard touchdown on third-and-12 midway through the fourth quarter.

Put it all together, and it has the Giants and Shurmur seemingly on the brink of something, whether it be a massive meltdown or a serious overhaul.

QB breakdown: It was another game filled with ups and down for Jones. He finished 26-of-41 passing for 210 yards with a touchdown, interception and two lost fumbles. Jones is now tied for the league lead with 16 turnovers.

The turnovers were costly. Jones threw an interception in the final minute of the first half and fumbled on a third-down run in the third quarter. This is becoming a disturbing trend. The rookie has at least two turnovers in five of his seven starts.

Jones has 16 turnovers this season. That ties him with Tampa Bay’s Jameis Winston, and Jones has started only seven of the Giants’ games.

“Anytime you turn the ball over, it’s costly to the team,” Jones said. “I have to work on that and making sure I’m securing the ball.”

Pivotal play: The Giants trailed by five with just over 10 minutes remaining in the game. It was third-and-6 for Dallas from their own 15-yard line. Quarterback Dak Prescott took a deep shot down the left sideline to Cooper.

There was some normal hand-fighting from Cooper and rookie cornerback DeAndre Baker. A flag was thrown. Shurmur and defensive coordinator James Bettcher by their reactions were visibly furious on the sideline. It was a questionable call, at best. The fans, the broadcast and most everybody in the stadium (aside from the Cowboys) seemed to think it should have been a no-call.

It wasn’t. Instead, Dallas got a first down near midfield and five plays later put the game away with Cooper’s demoralizing touchdown.

“It just seems like they don’t go our way,” Giants safety Jabrill Peppers said. “If you guys remember mine from Tampa Bay, it was really ticky tack, I thought that was going to be the tone for the whole year but there is no real consistency. At the end of the day, you can’t even give them the chance to the throw the flag. You have to stay clean, play with good eyes and technique and make a play on the ball.”

Shurmur added: “I wasn’t [looking at that as a penalty]. But it is what it is.”

He originally declined surgery after suffering a Grade 2 abdominal strain in Week 2 against the Wholesale Atlanta Falcons Jerseys. He missed six games before returning Sunday against the Bears.

The Eagles also released veteran safety Andrew Sendejo on Tuesday, opening up a second spot on the roster.

A wide receiver is expected to be added. One option could be Jordan Matthews, who worked out for the Eagles on Tuesday, a source confirmed.

Matthews, a former second-round pick of the Eagles, has had two separate stints in Philadelphia, including one in 2018. He most recently played for the Wholesale San Francisco 49ers Jerseys, appearing in one game before being released in late October. He has a strong relationship with quarterback Carson Wentz and a deep knowledge of coach Doug Pederson’s system, which would make for an easy acclimation process as the Eagles look to bolster a receiving corps that has struggled to produce in Jackson’s absence.

Jackson, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, was reacquired by the Eagles in an offseason trade with the Wholesale Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jerseys. He has been limited to three games this season, catching nine passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns.

ESPN’s Tim McManus contributed to this report.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — On Friday, the Wholesale San Francisco 49ers Jerseys got terrible injury news when an MRI revealed that linebacker Kwon Alexander will miss the rest of the season because of a torn pectoral. But after a weekend of rest, the injury news is about to get a lot better.

As the Niners prepare for a Monday night showdown against the Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN), they’re expected to begin welcoming back a quartet of starters from previous injuries. It’s a group that includes tackles Joe Staley and Mike McGlinchey, fullback Kyle Juszczyk and cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon.

From that group, Staley and Juszczyk look most likely to return, but it’s possible McGlinchey and Witherspoon will also be back.

While the loss of Alexander is big, the return of so many pieces has the 49ers believing they can improve on their 8-0 start.

“The ceiling is however high you want to make it,” defensive tackle DeForest Buckner said. “We’ve been playing really well with guys down and the guys have been stepping up really well. To have some of those guys back is going to be very exciting. We’ve been missing them for a couple weeks and the fact we’re 8-0 without them just shows the depth on this team.”

Starting with Staley’s broken fibula in Week 2 against Cincinnati, the Niners had a streak of three games where they lost at least one starter to injury. Witherspoon injured his foot the following week against Pittsburgh, and McGlinchey and Juszczyk followed with knee injuries in the next game against Cleveland.

Each time, there were questions about the Niners’ ability to replace each player. What’s happened since has been one of the most important developments of this season. With unproven youngsters such as tackles Justin Skule and Daniel Brunskill, cornerback Emmanuel Moseley and tight end-turned-fullback Ross Dwelley, the Niners proved deeper than they’ve been in recent seasons.

All four replacements have played better than expected, with the help of creative scheming by the coaches to help make the transitions more manageable.

“Just being able to have so many guys that can fill in, it’s incredible,” tight end George Kittle said. “Being able to fill the cog in the machine and just keep rolling. Just being able to get those reps, that was huge. That’s how you get better at the game is get live reps against guys.”

Getting the likes of six-time Pro Bowler Staley, three-time Pro Bowler Juszczyk and developing building block McGlinchey back should allow coach Kyle Shanahan to open his playbook further. The Niners had been heavy on ’21′ personnel, with Juszczyk playing all over the formation, but they’ve cut down on it since his injury. Dwelley has proved a solid replacement, but his playing time at fullback hasn’t been the same as what the 49ers do with Juszczyk.

While the two tackles and Juszczyk have healed, the 49ers have added more looks out of ’11′ personnel (three receivers, one tight end and one running back) and ’12′ personnel (two receivers, two tight ends, one running back). They’ve even turned to some ’13′ personnel with three tight ends.

That experience mixing things up should serve the Niners well moving forward and allow Shanahan to get even more creative.

“We’ve found two guys who can do it and you wouldn’t have known that if Joe and Mike were playing the entire time,” cornerback Richard Sherman said of the tackles. “You’d still have a lot of questions like, ‘Oh, if one of these guys gets hurt, who is going to step in?’ Those questions have been answered, and even with Juice coming back it gives us even more versatility because the guys who have had to fill in for Juice are going to be able to be just as versatile. Kyle [Shanahan] is going to be able to call the offense as he has whether Juice is in or not.”

As for the defense, Moseley has been so good in Witherspoon’s stead that some have wondered if Witherspoon will have to win his job back. Shanahan and coordinator Robert Saleh have said they don’t believe in players losing their job to injury, but they trust Moseley.

Suddenly, a cornerback group that seemed to lack depth behind Sherman has multiple options.

“Emmanuel has been fantastic and been one of the best corners in the league statistically,” Sherman said. “Anytime you are playing like that, it shows depth … it gives everybody confidence in what we can do with who we have.”

The Niners don’t play on the road again until Dec. 1. The schedule will get tougher, but the Niners believe that as it does, they will only get better as they get healthier — a scary proposition for a team that hasn’t lost yet.

“We’ll heal up, get some guys back and make a run at this thing,” quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo said. “We’ve got a long way to go but we’re on the right track.”

While Watt couldn’t help against the Jaguars, his teammates were able to hold the Jaguars to three cups … or points, for the rest of the game. It’s only one game, but the Texans showed signs they might be OK going forward without the three-time Wholesale NFL Jerseys Defensive Player of the Year.

The Texans’ defensive game plan against the Jaguars on Sunday, safety Justin Reid said, was to take the ball out of Leonard Fournette’s hands. The Jaguars came into the game ranked fifth in rushing, averaging 136.5 rushing yards per game. Houston held Fournette — who entered the game No. 2 in rushing yards and No. 1 in attempts — to 40 yards on 11 carries.

“[Fournette] and [Panthers running back] Christian McCaffrey, they get the most touches in the league, so a big part of this game plan was just get them out of their usual system,” Reid said. “Get the balls away from him. Force them in passing situations.”

When the Texans forced quarterback Gardner Minshew into passing situations, the goal was to keep him in the pocket. Houston learned when they played Minshew and the Jaguars in Week 2 that Minshew makes his biggest plays when he can scramble. “We learned how elusive he was from that game, and then the games after,” Reid said.

On Sunday, Minshew ran for 34 yards on four carries, but the defense was able to keep him in check through the air. The quarterback completed 27 of 47 passes for 309 yards, but didn’t throw a touchdown. He threw two interceptions.

The defense was also focused on making sure they didn’t give up any big plays to Minshew.

“We really wanted to make them chip their way down the field and make them play sound and see if they can handle trying to string together a 13-, 14-play drive,” Reid said. “We didn’t just want to give up a two-play, big-play drive. So we just kept everything underneath us, played sound, fundamental technique.”

Jacksonville had only one drive of more than 11 plays, and that resulted in turning the ball over on downs with 10 minutes and 58 seconds left in the game. Houston allowed only four plays of 20-plus yards, and only one play that went 20 or more yards through the air. It’s a credit to the Texans’ depleted secondary that was without safety Tashaun Gipson and cornerbacks Bradley Roby and Lonnie Johnson. Veteran cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who played through injuries to his neck and shoulder, called the victory over Jacksonville “one of our best games” as a secondary.

When Watt was put on injured reserve, he led the NFL in pressures and quarterback hits. Against the Jaguars, the Texans had four sacks, three of which came in the second half. Minshew was hit five times after halftime as well. Outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus acknowledged that in the first half, the Texans weren’t getting as much pressure as they wanted, but said Houston was focused on having a “disciplined rush.” According to Mercilus, that paid off in the second half.

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All week, Texans players acknowledged that they’d obviously miss Watt but that they couldn’t dwell on it. The NFL cliché “next man up” was said over and over again. After all, Houston has been through this before. This is the third time in the last four seasons that Watt will spend at least half of the season on injured reserve.

In the past, the Texans have had players step up to overcome the absence of Watt. In 2016, when Watt needed back surgery, Mercilus had 7.5 sacks and the defense ranked No. 1 — and secondary No. 2 — in the NFL in yards allowed per game. In 2017, when Watt broke his leg, Jadeveon Clowney had a career-high 9.5 sacks.

Who will step up this year? It could be Mercilus, the Texans’ only proven pass-rusher after Houston traded Clowney before the start of the season. But head coach Bill O’Brien has said it will be a group of players who will replace Watt. The Texans took a step in the right direction against the Jaguars, which is a welcome sign before the tough three-game stretch Houston has coming up after the bye week: games against division leaders Wholesale Baltimore Ravens Jerseys, Wholesale Indianapolis Colts Jerseys and Wholesale New England Patriots Jerseys.

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ASHBURN, Va. –Wholesale Washington Redskins Jerseys Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams says he no longer trusts the organization and felt they were vindictive in how they waited until the last minute to try to trade him. He also remains upset over how long he said it took them to take care of a cancerous growth on his scalp.

Williams, who ended his holdout Tuesday, spoke publicly for the first time since the end of last season. He held little back.

“There’s no trust there,” Williams said. “There are some things that happened that are hard to look past.”

Williams said he held out because he was upset with the medical staff, though he didn’t name anyone in particular, and because the Redskins wouldn’t give him more guaranteed money in the last two years of his contract. It expires after the 2020 season. He also wouldn’t say whether he’d play for the Redskins this season. He returned because if he hadn’t done so by 4 p.m. Tuesday, he would need the team to apply to the commissioner’s office for his reinstatement. That could have prevented him from getting credit for a year played.

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It wasn’t until he had a cancer scare that he wanted to end his relationship with the organization. Williams said he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP). Williams said doctors told him the growth was removed only weeks before it would have reached his skull. And, he said, doctors told him to get his affairs in order. Williams said when he said goodbye to his daughters — ages 9 and 5 — before surgery he did not know if they’d see him again.

“It was cancer. I had a tumor removed from my skull — attached to my skull — it got pretty serious for a second,” Williams said. “I was told some scary things from the doctors. It was definitely nothing to play with. It was one of those things that will change your outlook on life.”

Williams said he first asked the Redskins’ medical staff about the growth on his head six years ago, but he said nothing was done until this offseason. The Redskins, over the past several months, have offered a different version, and sources said they prodded him to seek more medical attention.

In a statement released Thursday evening, the Redskins said they’ve requested that the Wholesale NFL Jerseys Management Council and NFLPA review the medical records and the medical care given to Williams.

“We have requested this review under the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement that provides for an independent third party review of any NFL player’s medical care,” the statement read. “The Redskins continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our players and staff. Due to healthcare and privacy regulations, we are unable to comment further at this time.”

Williams asserts that he was told the lump was “something minor.”

“I mean, the lump continued to grow over the years. It was concerning, but there was no pain involved, and if I’m being told by the very people I put my career in the hands of, people are telling me I’m fine, I’m fine,” he said. “That’s how I looked at it.”

After his 18-minute interview session with reporters at his locker, Williams said he even told doctors to remove the growth during previous surgeries on his knee and his thumb.

But it wasn’t until this offseason when Redskins doctors examined him and told him to go to a specialist.

“They kind of underestimated it, and it was far more advanced than they realized, and I don’t think they realized how long it was there,” Williams said.

From there, he flew on owner Dan Snyder’s plane to Chicago for further examination. That’s where he had the surgery in the winter. Williams said he needed 350 stitches and 75 staples on his head; the diameter of the incision was about that of a softball.

“We literally caught it within weeks of metastasizing through to my brain to my skull,” Williams said. “Extracting it was the only thing they could do. Doing radiology on it would have put a cap on my life. I think 15 years was the most I would have had after I started chemo. So I had to cut it out.”

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All of the emotion from this offseason rushed back to Williams when he walked into the building Tuesday and had to get a physical from a staff he no longer trusted. During his media session, Williams constantly shook his right leg as he sat on a stool in front of his locker.

“It was a lot of emotions. I’m not going to lie and say it wasn’t,” he said. “I almost lost my life. Seriously, I almost lost my life. You’re 30 and coming off seven straight Pro Bowls and a doctor tells you to get your affairs in order, it’s not going to sit well with you. It still doesn’t. It still, even thinking about it, it’s a scary thing to go through. Think how you describe to your 9-year-old, your 5-year-old that daddy might not be here. It’s tough.”

He had two subsequent cosmetic procedures done in the spring.

Williams’ scalp remains sensitive from the surgery; he said it caused him discomfort when he put on a helmet. Because of that, he failed his physical. Redskins interim coach Bill Callahan said they’re trying to have a helmet customized for Williams. However, Williams did not say he would play again for Washington.

Williams said he told the team before their June minicamp that he no longer wanted to play for them. But the Redskins told teams the price tag to obtain Williams was high, and they did not try to aggressively shop him until before Tuesday’s 4 p.m. deadline.

NEW ORLEANS — To say Wholesale Denver Nuggets Jerseys coach Mike Malone wasn’t pleased with his team’s performance Thursday night might be an understatement.

Malone ripped into his team following a 122-107 loss to the previously winless Wholesale New Orleans Pelicans Jerseys.

“I’m embarrassed,” Malone said at his postgame news conference. “That was an embarrassing effort defensively. Gave up 37 fast-break points. You can give all the transition defense rules that you want. To me, transition defense boils down to one thing — effort. Get back. You can tell them. You can lead a horse to water, whatever analogy you want to use. We did not get back.”

Malone called a timeout with 7:53 left in the fourth quarter with his team trailing by 19. On the next offensive possession after the timeout, Pelicans center Jahlil Okafor got a steal on a bad pass from Jamal Murray and ran down the court for a layup.

Malone turned to his bench and immediately replaced four members of his starting lineup and emptied his bench just two minutes later.

“I thought our starting group struggled. I thought they were low energy,” Malone said. “We were lucky to be down by four at halftime, and they come out and punch us in the mouth to start that third quarter.

“I thought tonight was a disappointing, embarrassing effort. I thought guys off the bench played hard, gave effort. We gotta find ways to get our starters to play the same way, because they’re not playing like that right now. They’re just not.”

The Pelicans had 20 fast-break points — more than they had in any of the first four games — in the first 15 minutes and finished with 37. It is tied for the most fast-break points a Nuggets team has allowed under Malone, according to ESPN Stats and Information research.

“We’re a great talk team. We can talk before the season starts about all the things we want to accomplish, and we want to be a contending team,” Malone said. “It’s all bulls—. Don’t tell me about it, show me. And right now we’ve got a lot of guys that aren’t showing me much.”

Malone pointed out reserve Mason Plumlee as someone he wants the rest of the team to play like.

“Every night, he’s on the bench supporting his teammates,” Malone said. “When he goes into the game, he gives 1,000 percent. That’s great to see.

“I thought the guys off the bench were really committed. I got to find a way to get those five starters playing the same way for every minute that they’re on the court, because it’s not happening right now and I gotta figure that out, and that’s on me.”

Plumlee, who played 15 minutes and had 10 points and seven rebounds while fouling out, agreed that the Nuggets struggled in transition.

“They were faster, you know; faster on the break, faster on the boards,” Plumlee said. “They were more into the game all night.”

Nuggets center Nikola Jokic said the Pelicans just outworked them.

“Sometimes it’s communication, sometimes it’s effort, sometimes it’s just the turnovers,” Jokic said of the fast-break points. “It’s not just effort.”

When the Pelicans were in transition, they finished with 1.68 points per play on 13-of-18 shooting, according to ESPN Stats and Information research. When the Nuggets were able to slow them down in the halfcourt, the Pelicans dropped to 0.86 points per play on 28-of-59 shooting.

New Orleans also had a 37-35 edge in rebounding. The Nuggets and Pelicans both finished with just five second-chance points.

Thursday night also represented the regular-season debut of Nuggets rookie Michael Porter Jr, who missed all of last season because of injury. Porter played 21 minutes and finished with a team-high 15 points. He shot 5-of-8 from the floor, including one 3-pointer, and was 4-of-6 from the line.

“It was cool and it was fun, but I was trying to win,” said Porter, who was the only one of Denver’s 10 rotational players to finish with a positive plus-minus (+1). “I’m not really in a great mood right now. At the end of the day, it’s amazing to make my NBA debut, I thank the Lord for the opportunity, but I was trying to get a [win].”

A team source said head athletic trainer Larry Hess spent at least a week with Williams in Chicago. The source also said multiple team officials called Williams during this time and after he was released but those calls weren’t returned.

Williams said he wanted guaranteed money in the final two years of his contract. The final two years of his contract did not include guaranteed money, including next year’s base salary of $12.5 million. The Redskins have long said privately that this situation was about money, and they did not want to give him an extension, fearing a bad precedent. But Williams said he just wanted to be taken care of, especially after seeing quarterback Alex Smith suffer a possible career-ending leg injury last season.

“I’ve represented this franchise in the Pro Bowl the last seven years. To me, I would think that would be good for something,” Williams said.

When last season ended, Williams said he did not envision this day.

“No, no, never. We had conversation or so about the guaranteed money or lack thereof, but it was never me thinking I’d be in any other organization, not in December, not at all,” he said.

Williams said he does not harbor any ill will toward Snyder, adding he has a “ton of respect for Dan. I love him to death. I don’t look at it being his fault.” That’s why he didn’t want to speak publicly during his holdout, fearing his words would make Snyder look bad and be taken out of context.

But when asked if his relationship with team president Bruce Allen could be repaired, Williams said simply, “Next question.” Williams said he did not think the Redskins were vindictive in the beginning.

“I think it turned that way,” he said. “It became a power struggle. It became, ‘No we’re not going to fold for you as a player,’ because that would make it seem to every other player that’s how they get business done. I get that part of it. But I do think it did turn that way over time.”

Nor did Williams think about retiring in the offseason.

“I still love it. It’s still the game. I’m here,” he said. “But I just feel like things could’ve gotten handled a lot better. Obviously, it got us to this point.”

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Wholesale Chicago Bears Jerseys coach Matt Nagy never envisioned such a tumultuous second season.

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Why does Nagy’s offense struggle to score points? What’s wrong with Trubisky? Why haven’t the Bears committed to the run? Why is there zero production at tight end? Why was Roquan Smith deactivated in Week 4? Why not run another play in the closing seconds to give kicker Eddy Pineiro a shorter last-second field goal attempt last week?

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — It’s halfway through his rookie season and already Daniel Jones is growing up quickly. That is the result of being thrown into the lion’s den almost immediately for a bad team.

The 22-year-old Wholesale New York Giants Jerseys quarterback is now six games into his NFL career and it’s as if he has been there forever. There has been a magical comeback, some “wow” throws, too many turnovers and a steady mix of ups-and-downs.

Still, Jones’ early progress report at the midway point of the season is overwhelmingly positive.

“He has definitely lived up to the sixth pick of the draft,” former Giants quarterback and CBS analyst Phil Simms said in a phone interview with ESPN. “I think everyone agrees with that. I don’t hear any dissension from all the people that I’m around in business, work with, behind the scenes. In fact, I hear the opposite. ‘Wow, OK, he looks like the really stable, productive quarterback that is going to stand the test of time too.’ I surely don’t look at him and go, ‘He’s having a good streak here.’ I see him as very capable.”

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In Jones’ most recent game, he threw for 322 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. He became the second rookie in history (along with Tennessee’s Marcus Mariota) to post those numbers in a game, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Still, the strong performance included rookie moments and mistakes. Jones had a sloppy backward pass in the first quarter that was ruled a fumble and returned for a touchdown.

It all seems par for the course at the moment. He is showcasing his talent while simultaneously taking his lumps. But even the mishaps at this point are beneficial. They serve as valuable learning experiences.

For example, Jones’ first game action came against the Cowboys in the season opener. He tried to run late in the game, and instead of stepping out of bounds, he took a big hit from linebacker Leighton Vander Esch that forced a fumble.

Since then, Jones has been quick to slide or step out of bounds to avoid taking unnecessary hits. While his 6-foot-5, 220-pound frame might have allowed him to overpower certain players in college, the NFL is different.

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This is the maturation process in progress. The Giants, who have been quick to pat themselves on the back for the pick, are ecstatic publicly and behind closed doors. They believe Jones has a chance to be a star. It starts with the way he handles his business.

“There’s areas in each game where he has shown improvement just playing quarterback,” coach Pat Shurmur said. “Just focused on [Sunday], I think we had the play where he gets hit, the ball goes backwards and it becomes a fumble, but he stays in the moment and he just keeps playing. I keep saying this each week, but he’s tough and he’s resilient and he competes, and he fights and he tries to do everything right.

“There’s plenty of production, things he did in terms of getting us in the right protection. There were some run checks he executed properly. I think he made some nice throws, he scrambled around, a couple of zone reads. The important thing for him is to continue to put more good plays on tape, continue to get the ball off on time and try to eliminate the mistakes that can wrongly affect the game.”

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Jones, with 10 touchdown passes and seven interceptions, is on pace for 23 TD passes and 28 turnovers. There is undoubtedly room for major improvements. Jones has talked specifically about ball security and decision-making. On Monday, Shurmur mentioned timing, accuracy and decision-making.

Arm strength was the main public critique of Jones coming out of Duke, a notion the Giants correctly rejected. He didn’t show more than an average arm from inside the stadium during his combine workout. And Simms didn’t see consistent velocity on his passes while watching his college tape.

It hasn’t been a problem in the NFL. If anything, Jones’ arm strength has been a pleasant surprise. He fired a strike from the left hash mark off-balance Sunday in Detroit to the far sideline for a completion.

“When he wants to turn it on, he turns it on,” said Simms, a trend he noticed from his college tape as well. “And I’ve seen that this season.”

Simms has been most impressed with the way Jones reads defenses and moves through his progressions. Those skills are rare for a young quarterback, but they’re likely a product of what Simms described as playing pro football at Duke. Jones was playing in an NFL system, taking hits, under constant pressure, going through his progressions and being forced to throw into tight windows. That prepared him for making the right reads at the next level.

Jones’ teammates have been equally impressed, even if they have had to live with the rookie mistakes. They see a quarterback who isn’t perfect but is becoming more comfortable and progressing. Even the way Jones interacts with them has changed in the six weeks since he’s been named the starter ahead of Eli Manning.

“He’s being more vocal. He’s communicating with receivers. He’s pushing the offensive line. His energy driving down the field and trying to finish drives is going up,” tight end Evan Engram said of Jones. “He’s just coming out of his shell. … It’s noticeable and contagious. It’s something that he’s going to grow into.”

Veteran wide receiver Golden Tate mentioned after Sunday’s loss that Jones is texting with his receivers at night or talking to them constantly in between plays at practice to try to get on the same page. Receiver Bennie Fowler said Jones has taken receivers out to dinner to fortify those relationships.

It’s necessary. They all know the kinks aren’t going to be worked out overnight.

“I think that is important,” Tate said. “I think we’re doing a better job. I don’t think we have it figured out. We have to keep working to get this thing right.”

That’s the thing with Jones. He’s always working to make it right. And that is why the Giants and those watching Jones regularly — like Simms — seem so confident he is trending in the direction.

“There are a handful of guys, head coaches who I stay in communication with,” Nagy said. “The No. 1 one guy is my mentor in coach Reid. So I talk to him all the time. And I’m very, very lucky to have him in my corner. Because he has seen it all. And the best part about coach is he just gives you great advice. He gives you great insight. He’s like a father figure to me. So when you’re in a position where you’re looking for a little advice on how to handle whatever it is, he’s got it. And it always amazes me with the way he says it.”

The Bears don’t play the Chiefs until Week 16, but this Sunday affords Nagy the opportunity to reconnect with another branch of the Reid tree: Wholesale Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys coach Doug Pederson.

Pederson can relate to Nagy’s predicament.

“I look at my first year [2016], we were 7-9 and we were the worst team in the NFL at the time and everybody was talking bad about me and the team and we didn’t have any talent and this, that and the other, not that I pay attention to that stuff,” Pederson said.

The next year the Eagles went 13-3 and won the Super Bowl.

“It all boils down to just you have to trust in your ability as a head football coach what you’re teaching your players, the messaging that you’re teaching your team, the culture you’re trying to establish, and it’s not easy,” Pederson said.

“One of the things that I think in my situation here, is being consistent that way. How I speak to the team, and my message to you guys and my message to the fans and my message to the players; it all has to be consistent. You just have to trust it. If it’s good enough, it’s good enough, and if it’s not, then you know, coaches move on. That’s just the way this business works … ”

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“We’re our own fraternity, and I think that’s pretty cool,” Nagy said.

ESPN Philadelphia Eagles reporter Tim McManus contributed to this story.

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HOUSTON — Wholesale Houston Texans Jerseys defensive end J.J. Watt confirmed on social media that he is done for the year after injuring himself in Sunday’s 27-24 win over the Wholesale Oakland Raiders Jerseys.

“This game can be beautiful and it can also be brutal,” Watt tweeted on Sunday. “Absolutely gutted that I won’t be able to finish the season with my guys and give the fans what they deserve. I truly love this game and can’t stand letting you guys down. Thank you for all of the thoughts & well-wishes.”

The Texans fear that Watt tore his pectoral muscle, sources confirmed to ESPN’s Dianna Russini. Watt also referenced his pec in another tweet after Sunday’s game.

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Adam Vinatieri’s 51-yard field goal with 22 seconds to play completed the Colts’ comeback, as the Broncos suffered their third loss of the season decided in a game’s final 30 seconds.

“Well, c’mon, I just look at it like we’re now a 2-6 Wholesale Football Jerseys team, and we’re like afraid to go for it in a two-minute drill, you know?” said Flacco, who received medical treatment on his neck throughout the game. “Who cares if you give the ball back with a minute, 40 seconds left? They’ve obviously got the field goal anyway.”

Pushed on the Broncos’ late-game offense, Flacco added: “Once again, we’re a 2-6 football team and it just feels like we’re kind of afraid to lose a game. It’s third-and-5 at the end of a game, who cares if they have a timeout at the end or not? Getting in field goal range isn’t that tough, you’re just putting your defense in these bad situations and I just felt like what do we have to lose? Why can’t we be aggressive in some of these situations? That’s kind of how I feel a lot about the game today.”

The Broncos certainly had multiple opportunities to put away what would have been their third win of the season.

With 7:38 remaining, after a sack and a forced fumble by Derek Wolfe on Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett had given the ball to the Broncos at the Indianapolis 48-yard line, the Broncos had an ugly three-and-out that included pass plays on first and third downs. But then the Broncos’ defense forced another punt and Denver got the ball at their own 38-yard line with 3:37 to play.

After two runs to move the ball to the Colts’ 48, the Broncos gained just 5 yards on the next two plays as they faced a third-and-5 at the two-minute warning. The Broncos, in a three-wide set and Flacco in the shotgun, chose to run Phillip Lindsay into the middle of the line for no gain on third down.

They then punted the ball away, and seven plays later, Vinatieri kicked the game winner.

“We’ve got to find a way to score more points, we’ve got to be more aggressive at it, period, [because] our defense is doing its job … we should have been able to get the 5 yards and run the clock out,” Lindsay said. “We’re asking [the defense] to do a lot, we got to do better. Like Flacco said, Joe is right, we’ve got to be more aggressive. When that’s coming from our quarterback, that’s saying something. Joe is our leader.”

Flacco said the Broncos should have gone more to wide receiver Courtland Sutton late in the game. Sutton drew several penalties on Colts cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (three for holding and twice for pass interference) and finished with 72 yards on three receptions.

Asked whether he had the power to question some of the calls, or if he had in between series, Flacco said: “Of course you talk on the sideline about what’s happening, but there’s only so much you can do. As players you’ve got to go out and execute what’s given to you …

“I felt like at some point we just got to start going up to [Sutton] and taking some shots. I kind of mentioned it at halftime. He’s a really good wide receiver and you can’t not take some shots with him. Even if you don’t hit them … good things happen.”

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Watt left the field for the Texans’ blue medical tent midway through the second quarter before running to the locker room. The Texans first announced he was questionable to return to the game before later ruling him out at the start of the third quarter.

“We feel terrible for him. He works so damn hard, and he’s such a good person. Can’t replace him on or off the field,” a source told Russini.

Before he left the game, Watt had three tackles, a tackle for a loss and a pass defended. Watt has four sacks this season.

Cornerback Lonnie Johnson was also ruled out with a concussion. Houston was already without starting cornerbacks Johnathan Joseph (hamstring/neck) and Bradley Roby (hamstring).

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“I’m seeing ghosts,” Darnold — mic’d up by ESPN — said on the sideline after his third turnover.

It was an early Halloween gag, presented by the man who has haunted the Jets for two decades.

Confused and rattled by Bill Belichick’s suffocating defense, Darnold set a career high with five turnovers — and that includes his college career at USC. He threw four interceptions and lost a fumble as the Jets (1-5) lost their eighth straight to the Patriots (7-0).

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Raiders coach Jon Gruden confirmed the trade, referring to Conley — the team’s first-round draft pick in 2017 — as a “good, young player” but saying Oakland wants to give playing time to some of its other young cornerbacks.

The Raiders received a third-round pick.

“It was a tough decision, obviously, and we certainly wish Gareon the best,” Gruden said. “Good, young player. We do have some young corners that we drafted — Trayvon Mullen, we have Isaiah Johnson coming back soon (off injured reserve), Keisean Nixon, Nevin Lawson is coming back. We want to look at some younger players and wish Gareon the best. Thank him for his contribution.”

The Texans have been thin at cornerback, as starters Johnathan Joseph and Bradley Roby have both missed time with hamstring injuries. Roby did not play in the Texans’ loss to the Colts on Sunday and is not expected to play in Week 8, either. Joseph left the game on Sunday but said he was hopeful he would not miss another game.

Houston allowed Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett to throw for 326 yards and four touchdowns in the loss.

Cornerback Phillip Gaines played 97% of the Texans’ defensive snaps on Sunday before injuring his ankle near the end of the game. He was carted off the field and on crutches after the game. Rookie corner Lonnie Johnson, a second-round pick, started and played every defensive snap.

Gaines needs surgery on a high-ankle sprain and was placed on injured reserve Monday.

On Sunday, the Raiders’ secondary allowed Wholesale Green Bay Packers Jerseys quarterback Aaron Rodgers to throw for 429 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-24 victory.

The Texans had at least two third-round picks — and could get two more as compensatory picks for defensive backs Tyrann Mathieu and Kareem Jackson — after trading Jadeveon Clowney to the Seahawks just before the start of the season. If running back Duke Johnson is active for 10 games this season, Houston will owe the Browns a third-round pick instead of a fourth-rounder. Johnson has already been active for each of the Texans’ first seven games.

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In six games this season, Conley has one interception and two passes defensed. He has four interceptions, 18 passes defensed and 67 tackles in 23 career games.

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Gruden was asked if the Raiders had any hesitation in trading Conley to a team they were playing this week.

“It’s tough, it’s difficult. But it does give us three third-round picks next year. Five picks, really, in the top 90, and that’s an area that we wanted. We wanted to continue to add to our Wholesale Football Jerseys team. We’re excited about the possibilities next year in the draft. It is hard, it’s hard trading anybody. We have some young guys that we want to have an opportunity, and that’s the decision we made,” he said.

Statistically, it was one of the worst passing days in Jets history. Darnold finished with a 3.6 passer rating; the worst is 2.7, set by J.J. Jones in 1975 (minimum 20 attempts).

“I just gotta see the field a lot better,” Darnold said of his “seeing ghosts” remark. “That’s kinda what that means. It was a rough day out there, rough night out there, and obviously I gotta be better and learn from the mistakes. But we will get better.”

Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy seemed taken aback when informed by reporters about Darnold’s remark.

“He did? Ooh, man, that’s the boogie man,” he said. “It’s real.”

Van Noy added, “That’s crazy for him to say that. That makes it real, you know what I’m saying? That’s crazy. … I think it’s just a testament to how well we’re playing, to be honest. And we played really well tonight.”

Darnold threw an interception on his first pass of the game, serving as a bad omen. He was stunningly careless with the football, constantly throwing off his back foot into tight coverage.

“Obviously, when we go back and look at this, he’s not going to be real happy,” first-year Jets coach Adam Gase said. “He was probably feeling like guys were coming free when they might not have been.”

Gase said he considered pulling Darnold, but he let the QB finish the game with the hope Darnold would do something positive to build on. That never happened.

Two interceptions came in the red zone, three came in New England territory and three came against a blitz. Before Monday night, he had only one career interception versus the blitz, according to ESPN Stats & Information research. He also was involved in a safety when he failed to catch a high shotgun snap and batted the ball out of the end zone.

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In only three starts, Darnold has three red zone interceptions, tied with Baker Mayfield for the league lead.

It was indeed a brutal night for the second-year quarterback, who showed so much promise in last week’s win over the Wholesale Dallas Cowboys Jerseys — his first game after missing three games due to a bout with mononucleosis.

“We didn’t stay ahead of the chains,” Darnold said. “We found ourselves in too many third-and-longs, and whenever that happens, they’re gonna bring it and put their guys covering our receivers 10 yards deep. For me, I just gotta spit the ball out and get completions.”

Facing the Patriots for only the second time in his career, Darnold completed only 11 of 32 passes for 86 yards. He connected only nine times with his wide receivers, who couldn’t beat New England’s man-coverage schemes. The lone bright spot was Le’Veon Bell, who rushed for a season-high 70 yards.

Darnold received little help from his makeshift offensive line, which started two players who began the season as backups — left guard Alex Lewis and rookie left tackle Chuma Edoga, who made his first career start at the position.

The pass protection was poor at times, as the offensive line did not communicate well against the New England blitzes, resulting in unblocked rushers.

Darnold’ first interception happened when right guard Brian Winters didn’t block blitzing linebacker Jamie Collins. Darnold panicked and heaved a floater that was picked off by Devin McCourty, the safety’s fifth of the season.

“Obviously, that first pick, it wasn’t a good feeling,” Darnold said. “And right there, that’s the one I’d like to have back. Because if I don’t throw that, I feel like it is a different game. It’s easy to say that after the loss like that, but I just gotta play a lot better, and us as an offense and collectively as a team, we need to get better, and we will.”

On Darnold’s fumble, the offensive line slid to left, leaving linebacker John Simon free on the right side. The Patriots tricked the Jets by faking a “Cover Zero” blitz, then rushing only four. The result was a strip sack.

The Patriots converted the fumble, deep in New York territory, into a touchdown, making it 24-0 in the second quarter.

And on it went.

“I’m gonna put this behind me after tomorrow, and I’ll watch the tape,” Darnold said. “The outside noise doesn’t bother me at all. People are gonna say what they want. But for us as a team, we just gotta continue to work hard.”

During the run-up to the game, Darnold expressed supreme confidence, saying his offense will be “unstoppable” once tight end Chris Herndon returns from a hamstring injury. He praised the New England defense but added, “Just like any other team, they’re not unbeatable. So we just go out there, find the weakness in the defense and keep working it. That’s what we’re going to do on Monday night.”

The Patriots used that comment as motivational fuel. McCourty mentioned the quote in his pep talk to the defense during his pregame huddle on the field.

For Gase, it was another embarrassing loss to the Patriots. In two games this season, the Jets were outscored 63-14. In the first meeting, Gase had to start third-stringer Luke Falk, who has since been released.

This time, Gase had no excuses.

“Obviously, that was brutal,” he said. “We just didn’t do anything right. We were bad in all three phases.”

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“Being a kid from Kalispell, Montana, playing for the Denver Broncos, winning a Super Bowl, having the opportunity to sign a second contract — when you look back on it, I couldn’t be more appreciative. It was great.”

Osweiler, 28, went 2-3 as a fill-in starter for the Dolphins last season when Ryan Tannehill was injured. He gave the fan base hope during a period dubbed “Brocktober,” which began with him throwing for a career-high 380 yards in an upset overtime victory against the Wholesale Chicago Bears Jerseys, but his play leveled off in the following games.

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Osweiler, who played seven seasons in the NFL, was drafted by the Broncos in the second round (57th overall) of the 2012 draft.

“I have my health. I have the ring. There’s a lot of things I still wanted to accomplish. And I have a lot more left in the tank. But, hey, sometimes you don’t get that opportunity. And given that, it’s all good,” he told 9News.

The Packers finished Monday’s game with fifth-round pick Marquez Valdes-Scantling and three former undrafted free agents — Allen Lazard, Jake Kumerow and Darrius Shepherd — as their available receivers.

After Shepherd dropped a pass near the goal line that the Lions intercepted, quarterback Aaron Rodgers lobbied for Lazard, who responded with four catches for 65 yards and a touchdown — all in the fourth quarter. Previously, he had one career NFL catch.

“I’m just excited for where he could go,” head coach Matt LaFleur said of Lazard. “He’s got to now, anybody can do it one time, and that’s what we say. But now you’ve got to do it each and every time. That’s the expectation, and that’s the standard. But, again, he puts in the work, and he does a great job at practice. So I’m excited to see him put together back to back to back, and see where it goes.”

As for the tight-end spot, Sternberger won’t be eligible to play until Nov. 3 at the Chargers but can begin practicing immediately. It leaves the Packers with just one more spot for a player eligible to come off injured reserve.

For now, it appears the Packers plan to stick with veteran Jimmy Graham despite a lack of production. Graham dropped a would-be touchdown against the Lions and ranks fourth on the team with 14 catches (including two games without a catch). Against the Lions, fellow veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis was more productive (two catches for 50 yards) than Graham (two for 17 yards).

“I still have total confidence in Jimmy,” LaFleur said. “And you know it’s one of those deals I just want to make sure that he knows that all of us, we believe in him. And Jimmy’s his own worst critic at times and he can get down on himself. But I think he’s going to be ready to battle back this week and come out and put a good performance together.”

The Packers didn’t practice on Wednesday, instead holding a walk-through coming off the Monday night game. But if they had, Adams (toe), Allison (concussion/chest) and Valdes-Scantling (ankle/knee) would not have practiced. Graham is also sidelined and was added to the injury report with an ankle injury.

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“I was overjoyed,” Ramsey said. “I was super, super excited. A fresh start and a fresh start in a place like L.A. with the coach that I have heard about here. I’m a young guy still. Everybody around here’s kind of young. I feel like it’ll be like a little bit more understanding. I was just honestly super excited.”

Ramsey, 24, joins a Rams team that is 3-3 and mired in a three-game losing streak for the first time since Sean McVay took over as coach in 2017.

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“Very exciting thing for us,” McVay said about Ramsey, who, in 51 starts, has nine interceptions and 45 pass breakups. “Obviously, know the caliber of player he is. The competitiveness, the toughness, really all the traits you look for in a corner. Those are some of the things exciting about getting him in here.”

It remains uncertain if Ramsey, who was inactive the past three weeks with the Jaguars, citing back issues, will be available to play Sunday against the 1-5 Wholesale Atlanta Falcons Jerseys, who feature a receiving corps that includes Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley and Mohamed Sanu.

“I hope so, we’ll see,” said Ramsey, who noted he passed his physical before meeting with reporters.

“I’m feeling pretty good,” he said. “Getting better and better every single day. I’m feeling pretty good, really.”

Backup cornerback Troy Hill will start in Talib’s absence. If Ramsey is unable to play, McVay said cornerback Darious Williams would fill the role.

However, McVay sounded emphatic that the team would quickly implement a plan to get Ramsey ready, both mentally and physically.

“The goal is to be able to do that, but we’ll be smart about it,” McVay said. “We definitely want to have the intent to get him ready to go, and we’ll always make smart decisions.”

Rams players appeared energized by the Ramsey acquisition.

“You got a dog, a big-time player, an aggressive player,” cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman said. “The best corner if not one of the best corners in the league coming in and adding to what we are already building right now.”

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Said safety Eric Weddle, who played with Ramsey at the Pro Bowl: “Amazing individual. Very charismatic. Obviously competitive and what you love in a DB, especially in a corner.”

Rams outside linebacker Dante Fowler Jr. and backup quarterback Blake Bortles were teammates with Ramsey in Jacksonville. Tenacity, nastiness and smarts were among the traits Fowler said Ramsey could offer.

“He brings some juice,” Fowler said. “A guy that’s hungry to win. That’s what we do here. I know he just want to come in and help get us back to where we was.”

Bortles said he had “nothing but a good experience” as Ramsey’s teammate.

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In exchange for the two-time Pro Bowl selection and first-team All Pro, the Rams sent first-round picks in 2020 and ’21, and a 2021 fourth-round pick, to the Jaguars.

The fifth overall pick in 2016, Ramsey is under his rookie contract through the 2020 season, when he is scheduled to earn $13.7 million.

Ramsey reported to the Jaguars’ training camp before the season in an armored truck, indicating that he was ready for a significant payday, but he said Wednesday that a contract extension was not top of mind.

“I’m not really worried about it,” Ramsey said. “To be honest, I’ve kind of said that a lot, but I don’t think people really believed me. I’m not worried about it; it will happen in due time. I have full confidence in myself and my abilities. I think I will continue to be the best corner in the league for years and years and years to come.”

When asked if the Rams intend to sign Ramsey to a long-term extension, general manager Les Snead revealed some details.

“No timeline on that,” Snead said. “We did put a timeline a little bit in place with it. I don’t want to give too many details on that. Again, we are just meeting Jalen today. Obviously, he to date, has earned a chance to probably get a nice contract for the job he does and the position he plays.”

McVay, who has welcomed known personalities such as Talib, Peters and Ndamukong Suh, did not appear concerned about adding Ramsey to the mix.

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Said Ramsey: “You’re all just going to have to see the type of swag, I guess. I think for the most part, a lot of people know who I am as a player on the field, not a lot of people know who I am off the field. Over me being here, my career being here, you all will learn who I am more and learn my personality a little bit, and see the guy I am. Yeah, I’m very confident. I love the game of football. I love to have fun.”

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The man got back in his car and fled the scene. Garrett told police he was not injured, but surprised.

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NFL teams don’t become 0-6 for any one reason. For the Cincinnati Bengals, turning it around won’t be easy, as the record and eye test do not lie.
It’s easy to pile on the Cincinnati Bengals these days. Little has gone right for Zac Taylor or his locker room. At 0-6 and destined for another bottom division finish and maybe worse, silver linings are in short supply.

The bigger problem is what you see when you watch the Bengals. Put “inside the numbers” aside for a bit, and you notice a team who is not just struggling, but bad on both sides of the football. There is a sameness week to week that shows a team with little complexities that goes along with the gaps in talent.

CINCINNATI — After Sunday’s loss in Baltimore, the Bengals are now one of only two teams in the NFL without a win this season.

The Bengals are 0-6 for the season.

WLWT’s Brandon Saho caught up with some of the Bengals players on Monday to see how they are staying motivated.

When a quiet leader like Giovani Bernard, running back for the Bengals, speaks up in the locker room, it sends a message.

“That’s when you know this team is still going in the right direction,” Bengals Head Coach Zac Taylor said. “It is frustrating that this team doesn’t have any wins to show for it but if you could be in the locker room with us after a game and see the things that I see and a reason to keep fighting.”

“I heard Gio for the first time really step up and talk before a game,” CJ Uzomah, tight end for the Bengals, said. “For me hearing that, I’m willing to go out there and die for this guy right now.”

Bernard is a respected veteran in the Bengals locker room but he usually is quiet and doesn’t like to do a lot of interviews.

Taylor didn’t elaborate much on the message he delivered but stressed it was what the team needed to hear.

For fans who want to point to A.J. Green and say that a healthy Green has this team in a different place, I’d remind you it’s not another receiver this team needs as much as it’s offensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs. Cincinnati is 0-6 for all the reasons stated above.

Football isn’t sabermetrics. It’s about who has better personnel and who has better coaching. With six games to his credit, it’s way too early to shudder Taylor as a head coach. However, his play-calling lines up with what fans in Cincinnati saw a lot of under Marvin Lewis.

The Bengals have a good shot at a win in Week 7. Jacksonville is a team beatable and Cincinnati could use one of those types of teams right about now. If they don’t finally notch that win this Sunday, it might be a while before they do.

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A wild, weird day at FirstEnergy Stadium ended with a disappointing loss for the home team.

The Browns started as hot as they have all season and weathered a 19-point Seattle run to take a lead with 9 minutes to play in the fourth quarter only to fall, 32-28, on a sun-soaked Sunday by the lake.

“Too many mistakes,” Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said. “Too many mistakes in the red zone. Can’t overcome all of those. Still had a chance to overcome them.”

Nursing a hip injury throughout the second half, Baker Mayfield completed 22-of-37 passes for 249 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions, his last of which all but sealed Cleveland’s chances of pulling off a victory over the perennial NFC West power.

“I thought Baker was wired in, focused, concentrated during the course of the week,” Kitchens said. “We had the best week of practice that we have had and did not execute in the critical situations, and I did not call good enough plays in critical situations.

“You can’t move the ball if you turn the ball over. Simple as that. Execution. Execution. Can’t turn the ball over. Do what you are supposed to do. I have to call better plays, but it is execution and turning the ball over. We had four turnovers. We had 400 yards of offense and had 28 points with four turnovers.”

CLEVELAND – They can’t pin this one on the refs.

No, Cleveland Browns, look in the mirror and see the egg on your face for what it is.

You blew it.

Sure, there were way too many head-scratching calls that went against Cleveland in the 32-28 setback that left the Browns (2-4) still search their first home victory of the season.

But there were even more cases of Browns blunders – in strategy and execution – that left much to the imagination of what might have been.

In the aftermath, though, Baker Mayfield was willing to make a charitable donation in order to get it on record that he thought the Browns were big-time victims of shabby officiating.

He grumbled about the illegal blindside block penalty on Jarvis Landry that wiped out a dazzling, cross-field catch-and-run by Nick Chubb that would have moved the chains. He whined about the officials missing a facemask penalty the Seahawks apparently committed against Chubb during a goal-line pileup. And like his coach, Freddie Kitchens, he thought Landry crossed the plane of the end zone on the fumble that wasn’t reversed by instant replay.

Tough breaks. Mayfield, who also maintained, “the refs are never an excuse,” had some legitimate beefs as referee Adrian Hill’s crew dropped 19 flags on the two teams to underscore some of the general sloppiness on display.

Just don’t believe the Browns were robbed — unless they burglarized themselves.

Quick, Roger Goodell, pass a new rule: Teams that commit five or more turnovers can’t complain about officials … even when the calls and replays don’t always match up.

No, this loss falls at the feet of the undisciplined team that committed five turnovers, had a punt blocked, blew a 20-6 lead and inexplicably kept tempting fate with some questionable play-calling near the goal line.

Before that Landry fumble early in the fourth quarter, the Browns, trailing 25-20, had two cracks from the Seahawks’ 1-yard line. Yet rather than try pounding it in with Chubb, who finished with 122 rushing yards, Kitchens put it on Mayfield’s arm. And the third-down fade pass to Odell Beckham Jr. didn’t come close to being completed. On fourth down, Kitchens called a play that had Mayfield in a shotgun with an empty backfield. Mayfield threw a quick pass to Landry that resulted in the fumble.

The Browns dodged that episode as the Seahawks were penalized for having 12 men on the field. After Chubb was stuffed on the ensuing fourth down, the Browns forced a punt and started the next drive with prime field position that led to the TD. Yet with the lost challenge, they also lost a timeout that could have come in handy at crunch time.

Ah, crunch time. Mayfield’s last pass of the day, a fling to the flat for running back Dontrell Hilliard, was behind the target. So much for a game-winning drive, which the Browns were clearly think when they took over with 3:30 remaining. Instead, Mayfield’s errant throw resulted in a too-easy interception for K.J. Wright. Ballgame.

On the season, that with INT No. 11 for Mayfield (who has thrown for 5 TDs). That’s no way to win.

Look at Russell Wilson, having an MVP season for the Seahawks. He passed for 295 yards with 2 touchdowns and didn’t commit a turnover. Composure was his ticket. When his team trailed by 14 points early, he didn’t flinch. When the radio receiver in his helmet malfunctioned, he stayed cool and started calling his own plays in up-tempo fashion as if it were no sweat. He ran his number of fourth-quarter game-winning victory drives to 30, more than anyone else since he entered the NFL in 2012.

Sure, the Seahawks have been through a lot over the years, with a handful of veterans still in tow from the Legion of Boom glory run. They know not to panic.

Then again, if Mayfield hadn’t throw a pick just before halftime, maybe there would have been no need for last-minute drama. The Browns were set up beautifully, leading 20-12 with second down from the Seahawks’ 10-yard line inside the two-minute warning. But Mayfield’s throw for Landry in the end zone was a bit behind the target, and Shaquill Griffin deflected it into the arms of Tedric Thompson – a turnover that Wilson’s Seahawks converted into an 88-yard TD drive that was pretty much a 14-point swing.

So, as much as the Browns were vexed by the officials, their frustrations shouldn’t come anywhere close to the disdain they should have for their own blunders.

There were several cases when Mayfield was on the mark but his targets muffed or outright dropped the passes. There were first downs negated by holding penalties. Missed tackles. Busted coverages. A lot of teaching moments on video, with a bye week to use for corrections.

Kitchens praised his team for the effort and was encouraged by the efficiency early in the game – which ultimately was undone by the turnovers. Sugar-coating the bottom line won’t cut it. And tight calls or not, the coach admitted that some of the penalties (nine for 83 yards) were disturbing because they reflected a lack of concentration.

“Sometimes, it is playing with emotion instead of passion,” he said, alluding to the roughing-the-passer and late hit calls. “During the play, it’s technique, being lazy or not doing your job. There are several things. We do not ever practice penalties.”

Maybe that’s not a bad idea, because whatever the Browns are practicing, they just can’t seem to get it right with enough consistency.

Still, it’s a long season. Being 2-4 is not a death sentence. This team that entered the season with so many expectations, so much hype and, yes, so much swagger, has time to rally to make a playoff push – especially with a schedule that seemingly becomes less grueling down the stretch.

But to live up to their hope, the Browns surely need to learn to not beat themselves.

These may be the growing pains, but at the moment they reflect a reality.

Russell Wilson led the way for the Seahawks, rushing for Seattle’s first touchdown of the day and throwing for 295 yards and two more scores. Chris Carson rushed for 124 yards and scored the go-ahead and, ultimately, game-winning touchdown with 3:30 to play.

Nick Chubb led the Browns with 122 yards and two touchdowns, the second of which gave Cleveland back a lead it held the entire first half before seeing it wither away in the second and third quarters. Odell Beckham Jr. caught six passes for 101 yards.

“Definitely trying to get it into the playmakers’ hands like I harped on all week,” Mayfield said. “(Beckham) can make plays, and when he is hot, he is going to make plays.”

Early in the fourth quarter, the Browns were on the doorsteps for the go-ahead touchdown but came away with nothing after an odd sequence filled with a big fourth-down conversion, a handful of penalties and an unsuccessful challenge of a potential Jarvis Landry touchdown. Ultimately, Chubb was stuffed, and Seattle had the ball back with a five-point lead.

The Browns, though, got it right back after a 23-yard Michael Dickson punt and scored in two plays. Chubb ran 21 yards and then 3 more for his second score of the game, giving Cleveland the short-lived lead.

Seattle, as it did all game, came right back. Wilson led the way on a nine-play, 79-yard drive that ended with a 1-yard Carson touchdown with 3:30 to play.

Faced with a second-and-15, Mayfield threw behind Dontrell Hilliard, who deflected the ball into the arms of linebacker K.J. Wright. Seattle ran out the clock from there.

“Trell played great. Obviously, there is a lot of stuff that we can look back on and learn from,” Mayfield said. “Stuff like that is going to happen. It is just the timing of it is obviously not great. Tried to protect him on the throw, but it is a tough one.”

The Browns’ third turnover of the game led directly to their first deficit at the 6-minute mark in the third quarter. Chubb’s fumble on a screen pass preceded a seven-play, 58-yard drive that was capped by a touchdown pass from Wilson to Jaron Brown that featured Wilson buying all sorts of time before firing to a diving Brown.

Following their worst game of the year, the Browns had one of their best offensive quarters of the season to kick things off Sunday.

Cleveland rode the momentum of Hilliard’s game-opening 74-yard kick return and found the end zone when Chubb scored his fifth touchdown of the season from 7 yards. The next possession included even more proficiency, as Mayfield found Landry for 27 yards on a fourth-and-seven and followed with the first rushing touchdown of his young NFL career, scoring from 10 yards.

Mayfield’s first pass of the second quarter was a touchdown, too, as he found Ricky Seals-Jones for a 31-yarder to stake the Browns to a two-score lead.

Seattle, though, was more than game from that point forward, forcing two Mayfield interceptions and blocking a punt to slice into Cleveland’s lead, 20-18, at the half.

“We didn’t overcome the turnovers today,” Beckham said. “Not to say that they didn’t play a good game, but we beat ourselves a lot. It was a combination of them playing a good game and making the plays where needed and us not making the plays and hurting ourselves with penalties and turnovers.

A blocked punt turned into an easy field goal, and Seattle’s first interception of Mayfield stalled a promising Browns drive. The backbreaker came with less than 2 minutes to play, as Mayfield threw behind Landry, saw the ball deflect and land in the arms of Tedric Thompson. The Seahawks turned this turnover into a touchdown when Wilson weathered a big hit to complete a 17-yard touchdown pass to Brown.

The Browns are off next week before taking on the New England Patriots in Week 8.

“We still have five division games left. There are some very important road games later in the year,” Mayfield said. “We will see what we are made of.”