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Undefeated Chiefs beat Texans 42-34; Watt breaks left leg

Alex Smith threw for 324 yards and three touchdowns to help the Kansas City Chiefs remain undefeated with a 42-34 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday night in a game where J.J. Watt broke his left leg.

Deshaun Watson’s 48-yard touchdown pass got the Texans within six early in the fourth quarter before Smith extended the lead for Kansas City (5-0) to 32-20 on a 10-yard pass to De’Anthony Thomas with about 9 minutes left. Tyreek Hill padded the lead when he returned a punt 82 yards for a touchdown.

Watson threw for 261 yards and five touchdowns, but the Texans (2-3) failed to recreate the magic they found last week when they scored a franchise-record 57 points in a victory over Tennessee.

Marcus Mariota (hamstring) is iffy at best to play. If Matt Cassel has to go for the Titans, he drags down the entire offense and further exposes a defense that can’t stop anything. Jay Cutler and Jay Ajayi have been in front of Miami’s major offensive woes, but they also haven’t had a chance to perform at home. The Dolphins’ skill players will drive the Titans batty as Miami wakes up big-time.

The Chargers get a much-needed second road game to get away from the mess in Los Angeles. Philip Rivers is the better overall QB than Eli Manning, now, then and always. The Giants’ defense has hit a free-fall, and their pass-happy ways play into the strengths of the Chargers’ defense. With a lot of Rivers and enough Melvin Gordon, it’s LA getting its first win instead of NY.x (9)

Daily fantasy football: Best buys for Week 5

Success in daily fantasy comes down to your ability to find value, identify players in great matchups and maximize the relationships between the players on your roster (otherwise known as correlation).

Each week, I’ll go through each position and give you a few players I’m considering for my head-to-head lineups — usually players who are getting as much volume as possible while also coming it at value prices.

With that in mind, here are my favorite plays for Week 5.

The loss drops the Steelers’ record to 3-2, and Roethlisberger’s performance has to make Pitt fans a bit uneasy. He finished 33 for 55 for 312 yards, no touchdowns and the five aforementioned INTs, marking his third straight subpar effort. Over his last three games, he has two touchdowns and seven picks.

Big Ben wasn’t in the best of spirits after the game, facetiously remarking on his poor outing.

The Jags, meanwhile, have alternated wins and losses through the first five weeks of the season and sit at 3-2 as well. They got there Sunday in spite of their own quarterback, Blake Bortles, throwing for a mere 95 yards. A stellar performance by your defense and 181 yards and two touchdowns from your stud rookie running back, Fournette, goes a long way.

Carlos Hyde, RB, 49ers: Only eight running backs were started in a greater percentage of ESPN leagues than Hyde in Week 5 (93.8 percent), and he delivered his owners a mere 2.8 PPR and 1.8 non-PPR fantasy points. Those were his sixth- and fifth-worst totals in any of his 39 career NFL games. Hyde’s hip issue presumably played a part in the performance, however, especially as per Pro Football Focus’ Nathan Jahnke, he played 33 snaps to Matt Breida’s 35. Breida remains one of the game’s most critical handcuffs.
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Melvin Gordon returns to game after leaving with knee injury

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon didn’t start the second half of Sunday’s game because of a knee injury but returned in the third quarter.

Before briefly leaving with the injury, the Wisconsin product was having a big day, with 78 rushing yards on 15 carries, including an 11-yard run for a score.

He missed Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers but played in the Bengals’ first two games. He did not practice at all last week.

Eifert, 27, was one of the team’s top red zone targets in 2015 and had 13 touchdown receptions. He played in only eight games last season due to a combination of back and ankle injuries. He has missed 28 games due to injury in his NFL career and has never completed a full season without injury.

He underwent offseason surgery on his back, which he admitted in July will affect him in some ways for the rest of his career. He was unable to participate in practice during organized team activities but was back for training camp.

The 2013 first-round pick is in the final year of his rookie contract with the Bengals.

Although he was able to catch balls in practice, he told reporters this pain is worse than the pain associated with last year’s shoulder injury. This is a Sunday night game for Washington, which hosts the Oakland Raiders. For fantasy owners who want to wait on Reed’s official status, be sure to have an alternate plan in place.a (5)

Dolphins rescue Miami high school football team stranded by Hurricane Irma

Having prior experience being displaced, the Dolphins helped another team in need following the devastation of Hurricane Irma.

Several Dolphins players are chipping in to cover hotel and transportation costs for the 69 players, coaches and administrators of the Miami Central High School football team after the Category 4 storm interrupted their scheduled travel plans and left the squad stranded in Las Vegas.

Central upset three-time national champion Bishop Gorman, a private school in Summerlin, Nev., last Friday and had been expected to remain at the SpringHill Suites near the Las Vegas Convention Center until Sunday. But Central’s original flight home was canceled and the school had trouble getting on a flight back to Florida — until the Dolphins came to their aid.

Initially, the Lions remained mum on the incident, but they confirmed to ESPN Thursday that the fan was banned from attending future games at Ford Field.

“Providing our fans with a safe and enjoyable experience at all Ford Field events is of the utmost importance and an absolute priority for our organization. A core component of our guest conduct policy is the expectation that all fans are respectful and considerate to each other regardless of their personal beliefs or differences,” the Lions said in a statement.

“With respect to the issue in question, the Detroit Lions and Ford Field do not comment on specifics related to any alleged guest incident(s) or altercations at games or other stadium events.”b (5)

Angry Bender: Thursday Night Football is bad, but TV options are worse

Angry Bender is animated this week, just in time for Thursday Night Football.

That’s right, the NFL programming that has become the target of social media criticism is this week’s topic of discussion. Angry Bender doesn’t love Thursday Night Football either, and he isn’t excited for this week’s game between the 49ers and Rams.

That said, can the networks give us something to watch instead? Find out what Jason Bateman has to do with it in this week’s installment of Angry Bender.

Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys, ankle, (Q): Williams played in Week 2 but clearly wasn’t completely recovered from his left ankle sprain. He was not on Thursday’s injury report but was added back as a nonparticipant Friday. On Saturday, he was at the portion of practice available to the media, an encouraging sign, but he remains questionable in advance of Monday night’s game.

J.J. Nelson, Arizona Cardinals, hamstring, (Q): In John Brown’s absence, Nelson saw increased action (five catches for 120 yards and a touchdown) in Week 2 and could do so again Monday night. He also appeared on the injury report with a hamstring ailment but was able to practice daily on a limited basis. While hamstring injuries are a particular concern with speed athletes, Nelson’s participation in the two heaviest practices of the week (Thursday and Friday) without a setback is a good sign. The Cardinals may well have limited his reps proactively, given the likelihood of Brown’s sitting out again in Week 3. Expect Nelson to play Monday night, barring a setback.

Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders, knee: This is becoming routine: Cooper is held to limited practice Wednesday then upgrades to full both Thursday and Friday and is removed from the final injury report. The Raiders travel to Washington for a Sunday night game, and Cooper is expected to play.
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I believe it’s imperative for young quarterbacks in the modern style of football to play under offensive-minded head coaches.

The learning curve for a quarterback can be steep because of the college systems they play in.

When you have an offensive-minded head coach, the entire operation in the building is geared towards the offense. Practice is set up with a nod towards the offense. The free agent pick ups are geared towards helping and protecting the quarterback.

Look no further than the Rams. Out is Jeff Fisher and in is Sean McVay, the youngest head coach in the NFL. He was brought in to fix Jared Goff. What did the Rams do right away? They signed left tackle Andrew Whitworth and center John Sullivan. Give Goff protection. They drafted Cooper Kupp, signed Robert Woods and traded for Sammy Watkins. Give Goff weapons.

The Texans were on their longest drive of the game when faced with a third-and-16 from Cincinnati’s 35. The pocket collapsed on Watson, who was looking downfield. It was an opportune time for one of those patented rookie mistakes.

Instead of trying to force a throw, he used his feet and was able to pick up 11 yards before running out of bounds, giving Ka’imi Fairbairn a 42-yard field goal as opposed to a 53-yarder.

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And then there’s the team’s handling of Luck’s injury. Fans have never had a complete picture of when they can expect their franchise quarterback on the field fully healthy and ready to play.

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Kirk Cousins’ terrible opening week could screw up two franchises

Cousins hasn’t been able to come to terms with Washington on a long-term deal, and back-to-back franchise tags have forced him to take big money up front while gambling on himself to earn the league’s next massive quarterback contract. On Sunday, the franchise’s inability to come to terms with its young passer looked like a positive.

Cousins put together a solid Brock Osweiler impression against the Eagles, needing 40 passes to gain just 240 yards. Despite getting paid nearly $24 million this season, he was outplayed by passers like Tyrod Taylor and Jared Goff. His team managed just one offensive touchdown.

But that’s not just bad for Washington. The San Francisco 49ers currently start the most-caretakerest of quarterbacks in Brian Hoyer, and a Cousins-to-Santa-Clara move has been rumored ever since his former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan took the head coaching job out west. With the quarterback and his current team nearing a breaking point in contract negotiations, the 49ers were in a prime position to swoop in and hand Cousins a starting job.

Chargers kicker and internet sensation, Younghoe Koo, had a chance for a game-winning field goal against the Dolphins on Sunday and missed, leading to a 19-17 loss for Los Angeles. It was the second week in a row Koo has missed a field goal in the closing seconds of the game.

He walked on to the football team at nearby Cal, earning kickoff duties as a true freshman and working his way into field goal duty as the season wore on. As a senior, he connected on 20 of his 23 attempts — and was somehow more accurate from long range than he was on extra points (36-of-42).
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The Bengals were 0-for-3 in the red zone and were also 4-for-15 on third downs.

As I’ve written before, philosophy is just as important as the rules in officiating a football game. What people call “ticky tack” fouls like this aren’t called, even though the block can be taken into account when assessing a possible foul by King.

Regardless, Fowler and Broncos fans are simply incorrect about claims of defensive pass interference, because the action did not meet the qualifications for DPI.

The Bengals were 0-for-3 in the red zone and were also 4-for-15 on third downs.

Sure, execution is a problem, but let’s not overlook more obvious issues. The offensive line is terrible. It’s clear just how much it misses left tackle Andrew Whitworth. The offensive scheme made things worse.

J.J. Watt had six pressures on Andy Dalton, and despite the fact that it was, you know, J.J. Watt coming after the quarterback, there were times where the Bengals made the decision not to double him or leave a tight end on him. Some plays, they didn’t even seem all that concerned with blocking him.

At least Andy Dalton didn’t throw any picks! But he was still horrible!

A.J. Green, one of the team’s only good offensive players, commented after the game how Dalton couldn’t get him the ball. His solution to the Bengals’ offensive problems was to “… find a way to get our playmakers the ball.”

Cleveland Indian Jay Bruce, a Beaumont native, and his wife Hannah are matching donations up to $100,000 towards Harvey relief through September 10th to help Southeast Texas communities.

So far, fans have contributed $18,000 to Cleveland Indians Charities which is all going towards hurricane-related aid in Texas through the same date in Texas. A quick look at Bruce’s social media reveals how important these efforts are for him.
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Rookie LB Jarrad Davis, Lions’ first-rounder, in concussion protocol

Detroit Lions starting middle linebacker Jarrad Davis was not available to talk after his team’s 24-10 win over the New York Giants on Monday night because he was in the league’s concussion protocol.

Strong likely will step into the No. 3 spot, which will take some pressure off Cole.

Strong, a 2015 third-round pick, was suspended for the first game of the season because of his February 2016 arrest for illegal possession of marijuana. Strong was riding in a car driven by Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall, a former teammate at Arizona State, and admitted to having the marijuana without a medical marijuana card.

Strong played in the Texans’ Week 2 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals but did not have a target. He played on just 30 percent of the team’s offensive snaps.

In three seasons with the team, Strong had 28 catches for 292 yards and three touchdowns (all in his rookie season). The Texans considered releasing the wide receiver before the season during the cut down to the 53-man roster.

In a corresponding roster move, the Jags placed defensive tackle Michael Bennett on the reserve/injured list.

The Pro Bowl receiver has spent endless hours at the facility and at home treating and rehabbing the injury. Beckham said Thursday he “felt good” and was itching to get back on the field.
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Salters will work the rest of the games this season.

What they saw looked a lot like their recent past — a field goal in the final seconds to send the game into overtime, a kick that went through but was nullified by a pre-snap timeout, then a kick that was blocked to seal the loss.

Last season the Chargers started 1-4 — to the Chiefs by six in overtime after leading by 17 in the fourth quarter; to the Colts by four on a 63-yard touchdown pass with 1:28 left; to the Saints by one on a touchdown with 1:57 left; and to the Raiders when they bobbled the snap on a game-tying field goal with two minutes left.

Among the losses the rest of the season were a four-interception fourth quarter by Philip Rivers in Miami; another late collapse to the Raiders; and the Browns’ only win, sealed by, of course, a missed Chargers field goal at the final gun.

As long as he doesn’t make himself out to be a martyr, and act like a drama queen, Dipp might even be able to make some lemonade out of last night’s lemon. Hell, if I’m ESPN, I give him another shot to prove himself on “MNF.” You know some sports fans will tune in just to watch that.

The Dipp disaster underlines once again the value of smart, experienced sideline reporters such as ESPN’s Lisa Salters, NBC’s Michele Tafoya, Fox’s Erin Andrews and CBS’ Tracy Wolfson.

As the regular “MNF” sideline reporter, Salters will work the rest of the games this season. Dipp only appeared on Broncos-Chargers with Beth Mowins and Rex Ryan because Salters was working the sidelines for the earlier Vikings-Saints telecast.

Said an ESPN source: “Sergio is a young guy with hopefully a bright future ahead. He just had a tough night. He would not have been on the game if he wasn’t well regarded at our place.”
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