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Postby xusuwen96 » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:44 pm

WASHINGTON - The Cousins-to-Canton train was derailed against a good secondary in Week 4. Now Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins will be facing a great defensive backfield when the reigning Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks invade the Beltway for Monday Night Football. You can watch all the action on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5 tonight beginning at 8pm et/5pm pt. You can also listen to the game on TSN Radio. Two seasons ago the Seahawks and Redskins were both up-and-coming teams with tremendous rookie quarterbacks in Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson. Since Seattle upset Washington in the wild-card round, however, the teams fortunes have been trending in opposite directions. RG3, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 draft, led the Redskins to the NFC East title in his freshman campaign, while Wilson, the 75th overall selection that same year, piloted the Seahawks to a wild card berth. Washington built an early two-touchdown lead in the playoff encounter before Wilson and Co. responded with 24 consecutive points to advance. To make matters even worse for the Skins, Griffin tore both an ACL and LCL in the game and has never been the same physically. Fast forward a year and Washington finished 3-13, firing Mike Shanahan in favor of current coach Jay Gruden and the Seahawks won the franchises first Lombardi Trophy. Cousins, Washingtons interim starter while RG3 convalesces from his latest injury (a dislocated ankle), was brilliant in his first 2014 start, albeit in a loss at Philadelphia. Not so much the second time around as the New York Giants confused and rattled the third-year signal caller during a 45-14 drubbing of the Redskins back on Sept. 25. After finishing 30-of-48 for a career-high 427 yards and three touchdowns against the Eagles, Cousins came back down to earth versus the Giants, connecting on just 19-of-33 with a touchdown and a career-high four interceptions -- all in the second half. He also lost a fumble. Sometimes you need to play through some of these ruts, Gruden said. As a quarterback, hes a guy thats going to have to lead us the next few weeks. We need him to pull himself out of this and keep his head up. Things really fell apart for Washington in the third quarter, where Cousins fired three of his picks. Alfred Morris, meanwhile, carried the ball 12 times for 63 yards and a score for the Redskins, who have lost their last two games. Seattle comes in even more well-rested than the Redskins, last playing on Sept. 21 when they won a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch by outlasting the Denver Broncos, 26-20, in overtime. Marshawn Lynch ran for a touchdown in the extra frame as the Seahawks thwarted Denvers attempts at revenge from a 43-8 drubbing in the big game this past February. The contest marked just the sixth time that there has been a rematch in the regular season of the previous Super Bowl opponents. Lynch finished with 88 yards on 26 carries, while adding three catches for 40 yards and a score for the Seahawks, who bounced back from a Week 2 loss at San Diego. Wilson completed 24-for-34 passed for 258 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the win. It was a tremendous game, Wilson said. It was a battle. The Redskins lead their all-time, regular-season series with Seattle by an 11-4 margin but Seattle has been the better team on Monday nights, compiling a 20-8 mark overall, including eight wins in a row. Washington is underwater at 27-36 in the national showcase. Kenny Clark Jersey . "This doesnt end anything," he said. "Weve got 10-1 in our last 11 games, and were going home in first place. We just have to keep playing the way we are right now. Bart Starr Jersey . Off-Season Game Plan looks at what the Blue Jackets may do to build upon last seasons success to return to the playoffs again next year. http://www.packersshopfootball.com/pack ... ue-jersey/. Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley told local media in comments published Wednesday that John Tomic would not be allowed into Melbourne Park in any official capacity or as a spectator. Marwin Evans Jersey . Fans holding laudatory signs started showing up at Yankee Stadium when the gates opened at 4 p.m. Monday, an hour early in order to give them a chance to watch the New York captain take batting practice. Quinten Rollins Jersey .Connor Graham, Alex Lintuniemi and Sam Studnicka also scored for Ottawa (11-8-2). Liam Herbst made 21 saves for the win.Brendan Lemieux had both of Barries (10-10-2) goals.Hockey teams are always looking to improve their defensive game. They constantly work on it at practice, talk about improvements publically and strive for flawless execution in games. Obviously in the National Hockey League sound defensive play is a perpetual work in progress with the chance of actually attaining perfection a fallacy. Those teams that do push the closest to that line though are usually rewarded with a better record and thus a coveted spot in the standings. But periodically defensive excellence is achieved in a game. And that result is illustrated in the form of a shutout. For the Winnipeg Jets, a team striving to improve its defensive play under head coach Paul Maurice, this measure of defensive precision happened twice on a recent road trip and then carried into the start of a short two-game home stand. After posting back-to-back shutout wins in New York (1-0 SO) and Chicago (1-0), the Jets returned home poised to rewrite a chapter in the franchises record book. And it didnt take long for the club to put pen to paper. Entering Tuesdays tilt with Nashville, the Jets needed just a little more than a full period to establish a new franchise record for consecutive scoreless minutes. The previous mark of 155:55 was set in 2005 when the club was based in Atlanta. On Tuesday, when the Jets held the Predators off the scoresheet for the first period and a portion of the second, the club bested the old mark by nearly six minutes to 161:17. The scoreless streak did come to an end when Predators rookie sensation Filip Forsberg ended the stretch with a second period goal. Its been a big focus, said Maurice of his teams defensive philosophy this season. But its not defence first; its defence at the right time. Were not playing perfect hockey by any means. We have lots of room to improve. But our reaction to bad things that happen is much better right now than it was. (The new scoreless streak) is really a goaltender record. They were that good. In all, the Jets used both goaltenders during the shutout streak, including Michael Hutchinson, who recorded his first career NHL shutout against the Blackhawks with a 33-save performance. (The shutout) is definitely something really special (in my career), said Hutchinson, 24, whose numbers dramatically improved after the performance from a 4.50 GAA and .864 save percentage to 1.80 and .945, respectively. It will be something Ill remember for the rest of my playing career. Just being in Chicago makes it special (too) and something Im going to look back on. Meanwhile, Ondrej Pavelec was equally impressive a night earlier in New York when he turned aside all 38 Rangers shots. It was the third time in franchise history that back-to-back shutouts were recorded, but a first for the Winnipeg Jets. Previously, Michael Garnett posted consecutive shutouts in 2005 and then Kari Lehtonen did it again the following season. Both were members of the Atlanta Thrashhers at the time.dddddddddddd Last year, the Jets recorded just three shutouts all season. Former netminder Al Montoya (now with Florida) had two of them and Pavelec the other. But now already with two as a team, it might suggest the Jets are a more committed group to team defence and scoring against them and their goalies is getting tougher. That may be true. Time will tell. And so will more shutouts. -- On a personal note, Im thrilled to have been able to visit Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Long Island last month for the final time. As you may know the New York Islanders are playing their final season in their original home this year before moving to Brooklyn for 2015-16 and the new Barclays Center. Last month during the Jets final visit to the building, I couldnt help but walk around the arena before the teams 4-3 win over the Islanders and wonder with amazement about the historical importance the building possesses for hockey in the area. For obvious reasons like age (it opened in 1972), lack of luxury suites, in-house revenue streams and overall building amenities, the Coliseum can no long be considered an NHL arena. I understand that. But seeing all the championship banners and retired numbers from that dynastic Islanders era of the early 1980s hanging in the rafters was special for me and likely for any hockey fan that was alive to experience that run. In all, the building oozes history and tradition and the electricity inside it generates a great atmosphere, even though the Islanders only drew 11,508 when the Jets started a four-game trip there at the end of October. Next year its on to Brooklyn and a new age for Islanders hockey, although I wonder how many true Islanders fans will make the 40-minute train ride and incur the additional travel cost of public transportation to support the team in the now-trendy New York City borough? NOTES: Entering Saturdays game in Ottawa, the Jets have killed off 18 straight penalties, including five on Thursday night against the vaunted power play of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The teams PK is third-best in the league at 89.3 percent, including a league-best mark of 92.6 percent on the road...Veteran centre Bryan Little played his 500th game on Thursday against Pittsburgh. So far, he is the only Jets player to record a power-play, shorthanded and game-winning goal this season...Until their win on Long Island, the Jets had played before eight straight sellout crowds to start the season. Winnipeg has sold out each of its seven games at home...Did you know the Islanders are still paying salaries to goaltender Rick DiPietro and forward Alexei Yashin? Both players have been bought out of their contracts, but are still owed money from the team in deferred monies. However, those payments no longer apply to the Islanders salary cap. DiPietro officially retired after the 2012-13 season, while Yashin hasnt been seen with an NHL team since 2006-07. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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