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#1 by jinshuiqian0713 , Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:30 am

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills have released backup defensive tackle Jay Ross, and signed receiver Cordell Roberson to their practice squad. This is the second time the Bills have cut Ross this season. He was released on Sept. 10 before being re-signed a week later and has appeared in the past five games. Roberson is an undrafted rookie free agent out of Stephen F. Austin University, where he set school career records with 221 catches, 3,191 yards receiving and 39 touchdowns. He spent part of this season on the Carolina Panthers practice squad before he was cut on Oct. 8. The Bills (3-5) host Kansas City (8-0) on Sunday. Ryan Helsley Cardinals Jersey . Mark Teahen scored the go-ahead run in the home seventh on an error by Scott Sizemore, who had knotted the game with a solo homer in the previous half- inning. Paul Konerko then hit an RBI single which proved to be the winning run. Rogers Hornsby Jersey . Pearce had a career-high four hits and drove in two runs, and Wei-Yin Chen shut down Texas again as the Orioles completed a four-game sweep of the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Thursday night. https://www.cheapcardinalsonline.com/844...-cardinals.html. Vargas (8-3) allowed four singles and two walks while striking out five, allowing only two runners from a diluted Twins lineup to reach second base. Mike Moustakas and Jarrod Dyson hit RBI singles in the second inning against Kevin Correia (4-10), and that was all Vargas needed. Custom St. Louis Cardinals Jerseys . Fans in the Jets viewing region can watch the game on TSN Jets at 5:30pm ct and listeners can tune in to TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg. St. Louis Cardinals Pro Shop .Y. - Phil Varone was the lone scorer in the shootout as the Rochester Americans edged the Toronto Marlies 3-2 on Sunday in American Hockey League action.How far can the Dallas Cowboys go? Well because it is so simple you can say as far as any team that enters the playoffs. In watching the 42-7 win over the Colts you notice the Cowboys have five different running plays that they run their entire offence out of - only five. Often a defence knows a certain run play is coming but because it is executed so well you still cant stop it. Basically, Dallas is a pure power running team and the comparisons to the Jimmy Johnson days of success are very relevant. When you have a limited number of run plays it is easy to adjust if a surprise defence appears pre-snap. What is difficult is when your play book is three inches thick going into every game and you playing a defence that has multiple and many stunts fronts and adjustments. It creates too much thinking and not enough just playing. Sometimes offensive coordinators out-think themselves because they are trying to earn their paycheck and be productive. But the best offences match talent with plays and the talent that Dallas has matches the plays. It is the same on defences - simple. Four man front with basic blitzes and coverages. The difference? Effort. Many comments have been made about Cowboys effort on defence and it is true. Rod Marinelli as a defensive coordinator has his guys so aware of effort on every play they dont think as much as go, and thats good. Effort on defence wears an offence out when sustained for four quarters and every play. It works. Simple plays that make sense and great effort. Dallas has found that balance between complexity and simplicity and in the 42-7 win it showed. -- In Arizona, after a while I was really pulling for Ryan Lindley at quarterback. Sometimes the best make it look easy and Lindleys inability to throw the deep ball was painfull to watch. Every 10 yards downfield the throws become harder and more difficult because the window between receiver and defensive back and linebacker is easier to close because the ball stays in the air longer. I have asked quarterbacks and offensive coaches if accuracy is something you can teach to perfection or a gift that can only be refined. For the most part it is a gift. That is usually the response. Even by drilling it over and over you can improve but only so much, I have been told. It looks like Logan Thomas will start against the 49ers for Arizona at Levis Stadium. Thomas is a fourth-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech and is a 6-foot-6, 248 lbs. monster of potential. They are hoping he is the next Colin Kaepernick athletically but does he have accuracy andd, most importantly, accuracy under pass-rush pressure.dddddddddddd. Joe Montana was not a big guy, neither are many NFL quarterbacks, but theyre accurate. It is more important than anything else. -- In Detroit, I have no idea what Dominic Raiola was thinking. He stomped on the ankle of Ego Ferguson, the defensive tackle of the Bears, in an open area easy to see by all. Why? Something must of been said or something done to respond but look at the consequences. Raiola suspended for a game and the game is in Green Bay for the NFC North title and a first-round bye in the playoffs. Also Ziggy Ansah, who put Jimmy Clausen out for next week on a play that looked like targeting to the head. Ansah is going to be a star but again was it accidental or intention? We will never know. -- In Cleveland, the season is over for Johnny Manziel and it was a disaster. You have to wonder if the hype clouded sensibility when the Browns drafted him way back in May of last year. He did play at a high level in collage and maybe, maybe next year will show Russell Wilson skills - the composure, the maturity, the intelligent elusiveness and accurate throws - consistently. The good news is that it will never get any tougher than the year most recently experienced and all players tend to improve significantly from their first to second year. It just shows how much of the NFL draft is an educated guessing game. There were those of respected opinion that were convinced Manziel was the next great thing in the world of football. Next year will be the year where patience and teaching have to be seen on the field in performance and consistency. -- Every week - and were entering week 17 - there is at least one game that makes no sense. A game that when you look at the final score you have to look twice because it destroys everything anticipated. How Houston beat Baltimore 25-13 I do not understand. Houston needed everything to work out to be a playoff team and for Baltimore it was win three and you should be in. Joe Flacco had to throw 50 times and only had 195 yards. Case Keenum, who was signed Monday, did enough to move the Texans to 8-7. It Makes no sense. -- And finally, Monday night football - Denver at Cincinnati. Andy Dalton went into the game 2-9 in high profile or playoff games. Well after the Bengals victory he is 3-9 and if he wins next week in Pittsburgh he would be 4-9. If the Bengals can win their first playoff game, make it 5-9. Playoffs start now for Cincinnati and Andy Dalton. ' ' '

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