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SCOREBOARDMonday, Dec. Cheap Orioles Jerseys . 1Miami vs. N.Y. Jets, 8:30 p.m. ESPN. Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins (6-5) are hoping to make the post-season for the first time since 2008, while Rex Ryan and the struggling Jets (2-9) would love nothing more than to put a crimp in Miamis playoff plans. The teams have met 12 times on Monday nights, with the Jets winning seven.___STARSPassing— Ryan Fitzpatrick, Texans, threw for a franchise-record six touchdowns while passing for 358 yards as the Houston Texans set a team record for points, rolling to a 45-21 win over the Tennessee Titans.— Andrew Luck, Colts, threw for 370 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in Indianapolis 49-27 victory over Washington.— Drew Brees, Saints, threw five touchdowns for the ninth time in his career as New Orleans dominated the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-32.— Philip Rivers, Chargers, went for 34 for 45 for 383 yards and three touchdowns, two to Keenan Allen, in San Diegos 34-33 win at Baltimore.— Matt Ryan, Falcons, was 30 of 41 for 361 yards and a pair of TDs in Atlantas 29-18 win over Arizona.— Aaron Rodgers, Packers, threw for 368 yards and two touchdowns to lead Green Bay past New England 26-21.___Rushing—C.J. Anderson, Broncos, rushed for 168 yards and had a 15-yard touchdown catch in a 29-16 win at Kansas City.— Tre Mason, Rams, rushed for two touchdowns and 117 yards and added three catches for 47 yards in St. Louis 52-0 rout of Oakland.— LeVeon Bell, Steelers, ran for 95 yards and a touchdown and also caught eight passes for a career-high 159 yards in Pittsburghs 35-32 loss to New Orleans.— Mark Ingram, Saints, ran for 122 yards on 23 attempts to help lead New Orleans to a 35-32 win over Pittsburgh.— Justin Forsett, Ravens, rushed for 106 yards on 24 carries and went over 1,000 yards in a season for the first time in his seven-year career in Baltimores 34-33 loss to San Diego.— Rashad Jennings, Giants, ran for 91 yards and two touchdowns in a losing cause as New York fell 25-24 at Jacksonville.___Receiving— DeAndre Hopkins, Texans, had a career-best 238 yards receiving and two scores on nine catches in Houstons 45-21 romp over the Tennessee Titans.— Julio Jones, Falcons, caught 10 passes for a career-best 189 yards and a touchdown to keep Atlanta atop its division with a 29-18 victory over Arizona.— Kenny Stills, Saints, caught five passes for a career-high 162 yards and a score as New Orleans edged Pittsburgh 35-32.— Donte Moncrief and Coby Fleener, Colts, each caught two touchdown passes from Andrew Luck in Indianapolis 49-27 win over Washington. Moncrief had three catches for 134 yards, while Fleener had four receptions for 127 yards.— Keenan Allen, Chargers, caught two touchdown passes in San Diegos 34-33 win at Baltimore.___Special Teams— Adam Thielen and Everson Griffen, Vikings, each returned blocked punts for touchdowns, the first time in 24 years a team had two in the same game, in Minnesotas 31-13 victory over Carolina.— Josh Scobee, Jaguars, kicked a 43-yard field goal with 28 seconds remaining in the game to lead Jacksonville to a 25-24 win over the New York Giants.— Joe Haden, Browns, blocked Dan Carpenters 53-yard field goal attempt in Clevelands 26-10 loss at Buffalo.— Matt Bryant, Falcons, kicked a career-best five field goals in Atlantas 29-18 win over Arizona.—Connor Barth, a newcomer to the Broncos, tied a franchise mark when he made five field goals in a 29-16 victory over the Chiefs.___Defence— J.J. Watt, Texans, had his third touchdown reception, two sacks, and forced and recovered a fumble in Houstons 45-21 victory over the Tennessee Titans.— DaNorris Searcy and Jerry Hughes, Bills. Searcy intercepted Brian Hoyer twice and Hughes scored on an 18-yard fumble return in Buffalos 26-10 win over Cleveland.— J.T. Thomas and Aaron Colvin, Jaguars. Thomas recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD, and Colvin returned one 41 yards for a score in Jacksonvilles 25-24 victory over the New York Giants.— Jason McCourty, Titans, caused a fumble, recovered it and raced 62 yards for a touchdown in Tennessees 45-21 loss to Houston.— Robert Quinn and Trumaine Johnson, Rams. Quinn had three sacks and forced two fumbles, and Johnson had two interceptions, returning the second 44 yards for a score in St. Louis 52-0 win over Oakland.— DQwell Jackson, Colts, returned a fumble 35 yards for the second touchdown of his career in Indianapolis 49-27 win over Washington.— Rashad Johnson, Cardinals, returned an interception 88 yards for a touchdown in Arizonas 29-18 loss to Atlanta.—Von Miller had 1 1-2 of Denver six sacks of Alex Smith in a 29-16 victory at Kansas City.___MILESTONESHoustons J.J. Watt has 11 1/2 sacks and five touchdowns to make him the first player to have at least 10 sacks and three or more touchdowns in a season since 1982, when sacks became an official statistic. Hes also the first NFL player with at least three offensive touchdowns (three receiving) and two or more touchdowns on takeaways (one interception return, one fumble return) in a season since Joe Golding of the Boston Yanks in 1948. ... Andrew Luck threw for 370 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in the Indianapolis Colts 49-27 win over Washington, breaking Peyton Mannings franchise record for most 300-yard games in one season with 10. He also became the fifth NFL player since 1970 to win 30 regular-season games in a players first three seasons, and joined the short list of players to throw for 4,000 yards in two of their first seasons, a club that previously included only Manning and Dan Marino. Luck also became the first quarterback in Colts history to throw two touchdown passes of 70-plus yards in the same game and the third Colts quarterback with 30 TD passes in a season, joining Manning and Johnny Unitas.___STREAKS & STATSThe Buffalo Bills beat the Cleveland Browns 26-10 on Sunday, matching their best start since also opening 7-5 in 2000. ... Baltimores 34-33 loss to San Diego was its first defeat at home in November since 2009. The Ravens, who were 11-0 all-time at home against West Coast teams, last lost a game when they scored 30 points in October 2009, a 33-31 defeat at Minnesota. The last time it happened at home was in 2007, 33-30 in overtime against Cleveland. ... Cincinnati snapped a six-game losing streak to Tampa Bay with a 14-13 win. It was the Bengals first win over the Bucs since a 56-23 rout at home in 1989. ... Aaron Rodgers extended his NFL-record streaks to 360 consecutive passes at home and 31 touchdown passes in a row at home without an interception in Green Bays 26-21 win over New England. His last interception at home came nearly two years ago on Dec. 2, 2012. ... The Indianapolis Colts scored six touchdowns of at least 30 yards in a 49-27 win against Washington, becoming the first team to score at least six TDs of 30 yards or more in the same game since Washington (seven) did so on Nov. 27, 1966, against the New York Giants. ... Denver has beaten Kansas City six straight times.___STEPPING INRyan Fitzpatrick threw for a franchise-record six touchdowns as the Houston Texans set a team record for points, rolling to a 45-21 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Fitzpatrick started after being benched for two games for Ryan Mallett, who suffered a season-ending chest injury last week.___STRONG IN DEFEATColt McCoy was 31 of 47 for a career-best 392 yards and three TD passes in a losing cause as Washington fell 49-27 at Indianapolis. ... Ben Roethlisberger passed for 435 yards and two touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions in Pittsburghs 35-32 loss to New Orleans.___ROLLIN RAMSSt. Louis scored 38 points in the first half, tied for second most in franchise history, in a 52-0 rout of Oakland on Sunday. The 38-point halftime lead was the largest in franchise history, one more than against Green Bay in 1980, and the final margin was the second largest for the Rams, topped only by a 59-0 victory over Atlanta in 1976. The Raiders (1-11) took their second-worst defeat in the franchises 54-year history, falling just shy of a 55-0 rout at the hands of the Houston Oilers in 1961 in the AFL. The Rams scored touchdowns on their first five possessions, then got a field goal on the sixth midway through the second quarter to top their previous-best scoring total for a game this season.___COMEBACK KIDSBlake Bortles notched his first game-winning drive, and Jacksonville managed its largest comeback ever, rallying from a 21-point deficit to beat the New York Giants 25-24 on Sunday for their second victory of the season. The game marked the fourth time this season that a team has overcome a deficit of at least 21 points to win, tied for the most of any season in NFL history. Bortles is the third rookie starting QB to help his team overcome a deficit of at least 21 points to win since at least 1970, joining Detroits Matthew Stafford (2209) and Tennessees Vince Young (2006).___HERES JOHNNYCleveland rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel provided a lift by scoring his first touchdown on a 10-yard run, but it wasnt enough in the Browns 26-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Manziel came in with 12:01 left after starter Brian Hoyer threw his second interception, which set up Dan Carpenters 34-yard field goal that put Buffalo ahead 20-3. The Browns responded behind Manziel, who enjoyed his most significant playing time of the season and in his first appearance since a 23-21 loss to Baltimore in Week 3. He finished 5 of 8 for 63 yards, and two carries for 13 yards. After going 0 for 1 in a 26-24 win over New Orleans in Week 2, Manziels first NFL completion was a 12-yard pass to Miles Austin on his first attempt Sunday.___STANDING TOGETHERIn a show of solidarity for protesters in nearby Ferguson, Missouri, five St. Louis players stood with their hands up before trotting onto the field during pregame introductions. There have been riots, looting and buildings burned in Ferguson since a grand jury declined last Monday to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed Michael Brown in August. Everything about the situation touched me because it could have happened to any of us, said tight end Jared Cook, who joined wide receivers Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey and Chris Givens in the pregame gesture. After Tre Mason scored on an 8-yard run in the fourth quarter, he and Britt raised their hands together.___BLOCK PARTYMinnesotas Adam Thielen and Everson Griffen each returned blocked punts for touchdowns, the first time in 24 years one team had two in the same game, and the Vikings handed the Panthers their sixth straight loss with a 31-13 victory Sunday. The last time a team scored on two blocked punts in the same NFL game was on Sept. 30, 1990, when Kansas City did it against Cleveland. This was the fifth time it happened in league history, according to STATS research dating to 1940. It was also the first blocked punt return touchdown by the Vikings since Oct. 12, 1986, the longest active NFL streak without one. Minnesota is also the first team since the 1975 Detroit Lions (Sept. 21 at Green Bay) to return two blocked punts for touchdowns in a half.___SIDELINEDTennessee quarterback Zach Mettenberger injured his right shoulder in the third quarter against Houston on Sunday. The rookie quarterback left the game when driven to the ground by J.J. Watt. Jake Locker replaced him and threw an interception on his first play. Houstons Johnathan Joseph injured his Achilles tendon in the third quarter and didnt return, but said after the game that he was OK. The Titans said that wide receiver Justin Hunter has a lacerated spleen and will spend the night in a Houston hospital. ... Giants right tackle Geoff Schwartz, playing in place of starter Justin Pugh, injured his left ankle and left on a cart. His replacement, James Brewer, also left with a concussion. Running back Rashad Jennings went down with an ankle injury. ... Cleveland receiver Miles Austin will remain in a Buffalo hospital overnight after sustaining a kidney injury during a 26-10 loss to the Bills. ... Green Bay cornerback Sam Shields left the game against New England because of a concussion. ... Arizona safety Tyrann Mathieu left the Cardinals loss at the Falcons with a broken thumb. Running back Andre Ellington left the game after aggravating a hip injury.___SPEAKINGIn the NFL, nothing is game, set, match as long as there is time on the clock. Were up 10 at home in the fourth quarter and our offence gave us 33 points. Usually thats enough. It wasnt. Thats why this is extremely disappointing. — Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs after the Ravens were edged by the San Diego Chargers 34-33 on Sunday.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Baltimore Orioles Shirts . - Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery was so busy in free agency he didnt mind having a few extra weeks to prepare for the draft. Orioles Jerseys China .com) - The Detroit Pistons and Boston Celtics both entered Wednesday nights game riding lengthy losing streaks. https://www.cheaporioles.com/ . The Brazil defender was substituted 13 minutes into Wednesdays 2-1 Copa del Rey win at Athletic Bilbao because of a right hamstring problem. Scans revealed a second grade tear which could keep him out for a reported four to six weeks.BOSTON – It was just one game but it was an ugly one for the St. Louis Cardinals, who will be looking to bounce back from last nights 8-1 defeat to the Red Sox in the World Series opener. A lot will be asked of Cardinals rookie starter Michael Wacha, especially with the apparent reemergence of David Ortiz as a potent offensive threat for the Red Sox. Heres a closer look at tonights game. GAME TWO PREVIEW: PITCHING MATCHUP Cardinals RHP Michael Wacha (Regular season: 4-1, 2.78, 1.098 WHIP in 64.2IP; Playoffs: 3GS: 3-0, 0.43, 0.571 WHIP in 21IP) Wacha has never faced the Red Sox or any of Bostons hitters. LINEUP CONSIDERATIONS The Cardinals will make a decision on Carlos Beltrans availability after he takes part in warm up drills and baseball activities this afternoon. Beltran badly bruised the right side of his rib cage crashing into the right field wall while he robbed David Ortiz of a second inning grand slam. Beltran finished the inning in the field but did not return in the third. If Beltran cant play, the Cardinals offence takes an obvious hit. Even if Beltran is in the lineup, he wont be 100 per cent, which will render St. Louis with two hitters in the heart of its order playing under less than ideal conditions. Allen Craig, St. Louis first baseman/dessignated hitter, went 1-for-4 in Game 1, his first action since spraining his foot on September 4 in Cincinnati. Stitched Orioles Jerseys. Well see how Craig performs throughout the series but its asking a lot of a player to immediately find his timing and be productive batting in the clean up spot. Red Sox RHP John Lackey (Regular season: 10-13, 3.52, 1.157 WHIP in 189.1IP; Playoffs: 2GS, 2-0, 3.00, 1.167 WHIP in 12IP) Only two Cardinals have ever faced Lackey (Carlos Beltran, Matt Holiday) and neither have a hit in 16 combined at-bats. LINEUP CONSIDERATIONS David Ortiz, held to just two hits in the ALCS (granted one, his Game 2 grand slam, was very important) had as many hits in the World Series opener. He could have had one more but he was robbed of a second inning grand slam by Carlos Beltran. Ortiz singled in the fifth and then hit a two-run home run in the seventh. Bostons 3-4-5 hitters (Dustin Pedroia-Ortiz-Mike Napoli) went 5-for-12 in the game with five RBI and four runs scored. If Ortiz is indeed heating up, the Red Sox are in good shape to win this series. GAME TWO PREDICTION The Cardinals play much better, this is if they stop kicking around the baseball, but the Red Sox get to Michael Wacha and prevail, 5-3, to take a 2-0 series lead to the Midwest. ' ' '

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