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The controversy surrounding Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has prompted discussion over his status as a top NFL prospect. Here, two Athlon editors debate the question: Would you draft Winston?

 

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Truth be told, I like Oregon’s laid back Hawaiian signal-caller, Marcus Mariota, best among NFL Draft class of 2015 QBs. But I’d definitely draft Florida State loose cannon Jameis Winston over injury-prone peers like UCLA’s Brett Hundley and Baylor’s Bryce Petty.


Like everyone else, I wish that I knew what I know now, when I was younger. So I’d like to think that someday soon, Winston will look back on these days and be embarrassed by it all. For his sake, hopefully his eureka-moment regrets come while he’s an NFL millionaire and not a has-been who could’ve been.


Personally, I think the 20-year-old Winston — who was born in Bessemer, Ala., (population 27,500) and attended Hueytown (population 16,000) High School (enrollment 1,100) — is just an immature country kid.


Winston was thrust into the national spotlight on Labor Day Monday Sept. 2, 2013, when he completed 25-of-27 passes for 356 yards, accounting for five TDs and zero turnovers in his first career start for Florida State University (enrollment 41,500).


Since then, he’s won the Heisman Trophy in New York and BCS national title crystal at the Rose Bowl (21 million viewers). He’s been the closer for the Seminoles baseball team and arguably the highest-profile, most-accomplished athlete in all of college sports. But he’s had more than his share of run-ins.


First, there is a serious rape allegation for which a Title IX investigation is pending. That is far and away the most concerning charge — regardless of the current climate of the NFL.


He was also caught on tape stealing crab legs from the local Publix grocery store. But that may have be a wink and nod deal with Winston. FSU was called “Free Shoes University” by Steve Spurrier; it may have become “Free Seafood University.”


The latest error in judgement was his most juvenile. Winston shouted profanities in public, allegedly on a dare from a friend.


A 6'4", 230-pound redshirt sophomore, Winston clearly has plenty of growing up to do. But he still has plenty of time — and undeniable NFL talent.

 

— Nathan Rush

 

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Let’s see: The NFL has been taking PR body blows over the misbehavior of some of its superstars. The league is struggling to attract female viewership, and the relentless 24-hour news cycle gleefully latches on to every last example of the mistreatment of women at the hands of the misogynistic thugs who populate NFL rosters. While the league’s popularity has yet to suffer, the growing ledger of misdeeds has the NFL in the crosshairs of the morality police — and appropriately so. Now more than ever, character counts when you’re putting together a draft gameplan.


And you’re asking if I would select crableg thief/emotional two-year-old/screamer of sexist obscenities/sexual assault suspect Jameis Winston?


Florida State, which has tolerated an awful lot from its athletes over the years, finally had enough and shelved Winston for an important conference game during what the Noles hope will be a national championship season. When FSU tires of a superstar’s antics — this is the team that opposing fans call the “Criminoles” — it’s a signal to all 32 NFL franchises that this guy simply isn’t worth the trouble.


And his open defiance of his own coach in dressing out for the Clemson game despite the suspension is a clear indication that he’s an uncoachable mess. He’s basically Vince Young with a rap sheet. And like Young, it’s pretty clear that Winston has peaked in college. Even if Winston does an about-face and shows signs of newfound maturity (which seems unlikely), the cloud of his past misdeeds will follow him into all 32 war rooms, where his résumé will be met with a chilly response.


“He’s a big-ass immature kid,” one NFL scout told Sports Illustrated. “I think he needs to stay another year and prove that he can keep himself clean. Maybe even two more years. The skill is there, but …”


Football culture, with its casual acceptance of misogyny and general bad behavior, is about to undergo a needed transformation. The Jameis Winstons of the world need not apply. 

 

— Rob Doster

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 24:

 

• Gotta say, .

 

. Mazel tov.

 

. I'm just tired of Lane Kiffin.

 

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• Football hooligans? .

 

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• After another fascinating Starbucks anecdote, .

 

. It was actually pretty funny and self-aware.

 

. Your move, ESPN.

 

. These Kimmel-style ambush videos are always fun.

 

• A couple took advantage of their Kiss Cam moment in a unique way.

 

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 23:

 

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• Tom Brady knows what it's like to be left hanging on a high-five. So when a photo circulated of his boss suffering a similar fate, .

 

. Banner 1, Mighty Mites 0.

 

. Guess the WalMart greeter thing didn't work out.

 

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. The world makes no sense any more.

 

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• Jose Altuve redefines the term "free swinger."

 

 

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Post date: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 10:57
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The 2014 Ryder Cup Matches

When: Sept. 26-28

Where: PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland

Course: 7,262 yards, par 72

All-time record: U.S. leads 25–12–2

 

After a miracle comeback at the Ryder Cup Matches at Medinah in 2012, Europe is the prohibitive favorite to retain the Cup on home turf, as Tom Watson takes a shorthanded American team to Scotland for the most pressure-packed event in golf. Can a U.S. team led by crafty veteran Phil Mickelson and young gun Rickie Fowler upset a European powerhouse led by four-time major champion Rory McIlroy and Ryder Cup maestro Sergio Garcia?

 

To help get you ready for the drama, here's an explanation of the event's format:

 

Ryder Cup Format

Day One - Friday, Sept. 26

Morning Session — 4 points at stake

2 foursomes matches

2 fourballs matches

 

Afternoon Session — 4 points at stake

2 fourballs matches

2 foursomes matches

 

Day Two - Saturday, Sept. 27

Morning Session — 4 points at stake

2 foursomes matches

2 fourballs matches

 

Afternoon Session — 4 points at stake

2 fourballs matches

2 foursomes matches

 

Day Three - Sunday, Sept. 28

12 singles matches — 12 points at stake

 

Total Points at Stake: 28

Europe would retain the Cup with 14 points. The U.S. would need 14½ points to re-claim the Cup.

 

Explanation

• In each match, there is one point at stake. Should the match end in a tie, each side is awarded a half-point.

• The Ryder Cup is conducted under rules of match play rather than stroke play. Match play scoring consists of individual holes won, halved or lost. Once a player or team is "up" more holes than there are holes remaining to play, the match is over.

• A foursomes match is a competition between two teams of two golfers. The two teammates take alternate shots throughout the match, with the same ball. A hole is won by the team that completes the hole in the fewest shots.

• A fourball match is a competition between two teams of two golfers, but all four golfers play their own ball throughout the round rather than alternating shots, and each hole is won by the team whose individual golfer has the lowest score.

• A singles match is a standard match play competition between two golfers.

• In a single Ryder Cup, an individual player can play a maximum of five matches (two foursomes, two fourballs and a singles match). All 12 players on both teams participate in singles, but the respective captains can select any eight players to play in fourballs and foursomes.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 22:

 

• To start off your Monday: , including Arizona's Kristen Wiig.

 

. Your move, Rory.

 

• Cam Newton made the fashion statement of the young season: .

 

, but it was wiped out by a motion penalty. Turns out, anyway. The NFL really is the No Fun League.

 

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makes me want to suit up and crush somebody.

 

• If you have a strong constitution, .

 

. Also wearing his heart on his sleeve post-game:.

 

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• Cardinals fans brawled with 49ers fans in violent and bloody fashion.

 

 

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This Green Bay vs. Detroit divisional pairing has shootout written all over it, as Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford will be flinging footballs all over Ford Field Sunday afternoon on FOX. The Packers arrive in Motown carrying some momentum thanks to their somewhat miraculous 31–24 comeback win over the Jets that allowed the Pack to avoid the dreaded 0–2 start. Meanwhile, the Lions, who looked impressive in toying with the Giants in a 35–14 Week 1 win, limp home following a thrashing at the hands of the Panthers in Charlotte. A narrative has yet to take hold in the wide-open NFC North, where all four teams are 1–1, but the winner of this one has an opportunity for a tiny bit of separation. 

 

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

 

Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX

Spread: Detroit -6.5

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Ground Games Stuck in Neutral

Neither team has mounted anything resembling an effective rushing attack so far in this young NFL season. The respective rushing leaders — Eddie Lacy for the Packers (77 yards) and Joique Bell for the Lions (87 yards) — have yet to crack the century mark after two games. The Lions rank 28th in the NFL in rushing at 73.0 yards per game, while the Packers are only two spots better at 26th, with 80.0 yards per game. The good news for the Lions is that the Packers defense has been unable to stop the run, allowing 176.5 rushing yards per game to rank 31st in the NFL. Meanwhile, the Lions are second in the NFL in run defense, surrendering 57.5 yards per game so far. If Detroit can press this advantage and establish the ground game, its offensive options should open up considerably.   

 

2. Jordy and Megatron

The NFL’s current two leaders in receiving yardage will be on the field for this one. Yes, one of them is Calvin Johnson. No, he's not No. 1. That would be Packers wideout Jordy Nelson, who has 292 receiving yards in two games, including a nine-catch, 209-yard shredding of the Jets secondary during the Packers' comeback win. Aaron Rodgers targeted Nelson 16 times on Sunday, the most attention he has ever lavished on one receiver in a single game. And Nelson did his part, averaging 9.7 yards after the catch. It's early, but Nelson is on pace for a 144-catch, 2,336-yard season and is staking his claim to be the second-best receiver in the NFC. Johnson remains the gold standard among receivers, but Nelson could be in the process of making history for the Green and Gold.

 

3. Will Tate Be Golden?

The Lions acquired Golden Tate during the offseason to provide Megatron and the Lions offense with a complementary piece, one that would relieve the pressure on Johnson and give quarterback Matthew Stafford another target. The Panthers proved last Sunday that taking Tate away as an option is an effective approach to stopping the Lions offense, primarily in the sense that it forces an over-reliance on Johnson. "When you can take away the other reads and guys who can hurt you on offense, it does kind of make you one-dimensional," Panthers safety Thomas DeCoud said. "And then they are going to try and feed their big receiver, their big target and now we can key in on that and be ready." Look for Stafford to try to find Tate in an attempt to open up other facets of the offense.

 

Final Analysis

 

The Panthers provided a blueprint for beating the Lions, turning them into a one-dimensional offense. While that dimension — throw the ball up and let Megatron go get it — can be effective, the Lions must get production from the ground game to relieve pressure off of the Matthew Stafford-Calving Johnson combo. Aaron Rodgers remains an unstoppable force, but the Packers have been similarly one-dimensional, relying on frequent Rodgers-to-Jordy Nelson hookups to bail them out. Whichever team shows more diversity has the upper hand, and given the Pack's lack of a run defense, that team could be the Lions.

 

Prediction: Detroit 31, Green Bay 28
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 19:

 

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• On a night when even , Falcons punt returner .

 

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• This is cool: Time-lapse video of Levi's Stadium being built.

 

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 18:

 

• With the new schedule gearing up, enjoy , including the still-enticing Tea Leoni.

 

. Of course, Hansel's not as hot as he once was.

 

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, who has all but disappeared.

 

• Artifact of the day: . So where do you see yourself in five years, Mr. Brady?

 

• Inspirational story of the day: .

 

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for him, funny for the rest of us.

 

• Ever wonder how NFL ref Ed Hochuli maintains those guns of his? .

 

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• Watch Brandon McCarthy's immaculate inning — nine pitches, nine strikes, three outs.

 

 

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A stoppable force encounters a movable object, as the offense-challenged Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to the Georgia Dome to face the virtually defenseless Atlanta Falcons in the second installment of “Thursday Night Football” on CBS. New Bucs coach Lovie Smith is still seeking his first win in his new job, but it's far too soon for Bucs fans to panic — Smith was 5–11 in his first season in Chicago before winning back-to-back NFC North titles. Tampa Bay likely faces a similarly challenging season given its 0–2 start, but good times could be ahead. 

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons

 

Kickoff: 8:25 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS/NFL Network

Spread: Atlanta -6.5

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Time for a Return on the Josh McCown Investment

Josh McCown's spectacular performance for the 2013 Bears in relief of Jay Cutler — McCown bested his higher-profile counterpart in virtually every downfield passing stat in posting a 109.0 passer rating — earned the journeyman quarterback a big payday in Tampa Bay, but the investment has yet to yield dividends for the Bucs. In two games, the Tampa offense has produced only 31 points, and while McCown is completing a high percentage of his throws (67.9 percent), he's only 24th in the NFL in yards per attempt and has thrown only two TD passes to three interceptions. He has a pair of inviting downfield targets in Vincent Jackson and rookie Mike Evans, both of whom stand 6-5, so look for McCown to test the suspect Falcons pass defense with some longer throws. Through two games, the Falcons are next-to-last in the NFL against the pass, surrendering 317.5 yards per game. 

 

2. The Matt Ryan Roller Coaster

Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan followed the best game of his career with one of the worst. Ryan was spectacular in the opener against the Saints, completing 31-of-43 for 448 yards and three touchdowns, but away from the confines of the Georgia Dome, he suffered an untimely reversal against the Bengals, completing 24-of-44 passes for 231 yards and one touchdown against three interceptions. His lone TD came in the fourth quarter with the Falcons trailing 24–3 — garbage time, in other words. This follows a career-long home/road pattern for Ryan, who has a 97.7 career rating and 29 interceptions at home, compared to an 84.7 rating and 51 picks on the road. Fortunately for Ryan and the Falcons, he's back in the Dome and should have opportunities to get his numbers back on the right side of the curve.

 

3. Next Man Up

Injuries are an unfortunate fact of life in the NFL, but the Bucs have been simply devastated by the injury bug. Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and linebacker Mason Foster were hurt in the loss to the Rams, joining running back Doug Martin, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, defensive ends Michael Johnson and Adrian Clayborn and cornerback Michael Jenkins on a crowded, cluttered shelf. In all, five defensive starters were missing for the stretch run of the Rams loss. Running back Bobby Rainey took advantage of his opportunity in relief of Martin, rushing for 144 yards on 22 carries and catching three passes for 30 yards. Now, it's up to other subs to step into the void. "There's no excuse. Whoever's out there we believe in wholeheartedly," said cornerback Alterraun Verner. "Obviously, Gerald going down was a big blow, and some of the other guys from previous weeks. I mean, that's the game. Everybody knows that this game is going to have injuries and people going down. People have to step up."

 

Final Analysis

 

There's not a lot of pressure on the Bucs, who aren't burdened by expectations under a new regime that is still finding its footing amid an 0–2 start that already has fans thinking about the 2015 draft. The Falcons, on the other hand, have a sense of urgency. The Mike Smith/Matt Ryan duo can't afford another 4–12 debacle, putting a home game against a struggling opponent into the must-win category. Look for the Falcons to hold serve against the injury-depleted visitors.  

 

Prediction: Atlanta 28, Tampa Bay 17
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After a miracle comeback at the Ryder Cup Matches at Medinah in 2012, Europe is the prohibitive favorite to retain the Cup on home turf, as Tom Watson takes a shorthanded American team to Scotland for the most pressure-packed event in golf. Can a U.S. team led by crafty veteran Phil Mickelson and young gun Rickie Fowler upset a European powerhouse led by four-time major champion Rory McIlroy and Ryder Cup maestro Sergio Garcia?

 

Athlon caught up with Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell, a Ryder cup veteran with a match record of 5-5-2 in three Cups, to get his perspective.

 

How is the pressure of the Ryder Cup compared to a major championship?

It’s very different. One’s individual pressure. Obviously, I had a chance to experience both things in the space of three or four months of each other (in 2010). Back nine of the U.S. Open and then coming down the stretch against Hunter (Mahan at the Ryder Cup). I can safely say it was ten-fold the pressure at the Ryder Cup. No doubt about it. You’re only letting yourself down by not taking care of it at a major championship. But you feel the fates of all your teammates and everything that goes into the Ryder Cup. And especially how passionate Europe is about the Ryder Cup. We’re certainly very, very into it.

 

Describe the experience of playing in a Ryder Cup.

I feel like I’ve experienced everything I can experience at the Ryder Cup. I’ve lost. I’ve won. I hit the last shot, I hit the first shot, I’ve played both sides of the Atlantic. At Gleneagles, I’ve made a promise to myself that I’m going to go and enjoy it. Try to shrug the pressure off a little bit. Play with my eyes open and take it all in and really embrace and enjoy as opposed to getting all tense and feeling like it’s pretty painful at times.

 

What about Gleneagles as a venue?

I think it will be a good venue. Weather is something we can’t control, and I’m sure it’ll be a talking point. But I think from a crowd’s point of view, Scottish fans are very educated and they love their golf and they will be absolutely fired up. First Ryder Cup (in Scotland) for many, many years. I’m expecting it to be pretty amazing. From a match play standpoint, the course is kind of irrelevant. Take Dove Mountain (former home of the WGC-Match Play Championship). That’s a golf course where you couldn’t play a stroke-play event. It would just be impossible. But it works for match play. The golf course can be irrelevant from a match play standpoint. It’s just ball against ball. Doesn’t matter if there is lots of rough or no rough. Long, short. Doesn’t really matter. Beautiful, not beautiful. Match play, the golf course is less relevant than it is at a major championship. I’m all for the Ryder Cup being at iconic venues. But it’s more about the people and the atmosphere and the experience and the matches.

 

You’ve played on two winning teams and one losing team. How do you view this one?

It’s something I’m very much looking forward to. A huge honor. I paced myself well this season, coming off good form in the summer, and I think I can be an instrumental part of the team. I’m getting to the veteran stage and I feel like I can definitely be a decent sort of leader for the young guys on the team.

 

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Post date: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 11:46
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After a miracle comeback at the Ryder Cup Matches at Medinah in 2012, Europe is the prohibitive favorite to retain the Cup on home turf, as Tom Watson takes a shorthanded American team to Scotland for the most pressure-packed event in golf. Can a U.S. team led by crafty veteran Phil Mickelson and young gun Rickie Fowler upset a European powerhouse led by four-time major champion Rory McIlroy and Ryder Cup maestro Sergio Garcia?

 

One of the keys to the U.S. effort, Rickie Fowler will be participating in his second Cup after a record of 0-1-2 in 2010 — but with four top-5 finishes in this year's majors under his stylish white belt. Athlon talked to Fowler for his perspective as the teams head to Gleneagles.

 

How is the pressure of a Ryder Cup different than a major?

It is different. I think the biggest ones for me, that kind of set me up for The Ryder Cup, it wasn't any of the professional events I played.  It was the Walker Cup experience, being in the team atmosphere. I think coming off and playing right out of college helped me, as well in 2010. So I'll still definitely be feeling the nerves this year as well, but I'm looking forward to it and pulling from the past experiences in 2010 and the two Walker Cups I have played.  It's a bit different when you are playing for a few other guys on the team, captain and wearing the red, white and blue.

 

Although you were not on the 2012 team, you sense any extra motivation to win it this year after what happened at Medinah?

You always want to go into those wanting to win, but with the way the last couple have gone, being on the losing side in '10 and then watching the guys come up short on the final day there at Medinah, yeah, it gives us a little fire to get it all together this year. I think the biggest thing is kind of get the team together, get everyone kind of on the same page. I know everyone's going to want to win, but bringing the team together is always big. I know Europe's always very strong at team camaraderie. Not that the U.S. doesn't get along, but I feel like we can work on getting the team together a little bit better and see if we can all pull together as a team and bring the cup home.

 

How tough was it not to be on the team the last time?

It was a struggle for me through that summer because my main goal that year was to make the Ryder Cup team. I was in position and was playing decent, and then I didn't make it well known, but after the fact, a lot of people knew that I was playing injured with my back that was giving me trouble. So it was a struggle just because I knew I could play well and I wanted to play well, and I wasn't able to because of the pain that my back was giving me and wasn't able to put myself in a position to make good swings. I'm definitely pleased with what I've done fitness-wise, and I've put myself in a position now where I'm locked up for the Ryder Cup team and I can go ahead and play.

 

What impact do you expect captain Tom Watson to have on the U.S. team?

I've gotten to know him a little bit. He's a living legend of the game. It will be cool to have him as a captain and it will be a lot cooler if we're able to bring the Cup back for him.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 17:

 

. This list will require extensive study to assess.

 

, leading to celebrations like the one in the photo above and , and also conjuring visions of a Beltway World Series.

 

• No matter your opinion of Adrian Peterson, I think we can all agree that .

 

• In addition to a new contract, .

 

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. I'm afraid to watch it; let me know how he did.

 

. That's the most Cubs fan thing possible.

 

. If I had a vote, he'd get it.

 

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• Why do celebrities even throw out first pitches? Charles Barkley bounced one last night.

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 16:

 

• Jessica Biel is guest-starring on "New Girl" tonight. Seems like a good excuse to link to of some of her greatest on-screen moments.

 

• Redskins fans have this bizarre notion that Kirk Cousins is their savior. .

 

• Bad news for the NFC: .

 

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• Bizarre play of the weekend: . Oh, and it was intercepted.

 

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• Mets phenom Jacob deGrom fanned the first eight batters he faced.

 

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 15:

 

. Although social media was not impressed with her talent, which consisted of banging cups on the floor while singing "Happy."

 

• We normally endorse ridiculous fan behavior and attire, but .

 

. He was more guilty of inappropriate second-half suckitude.

 

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• Watch Adam Jones destroy a camera with a foul ball, from the POV of the camera.

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Post date: Monday, September 15, 2014 - 10:52
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Atlanta and Cincinnati, two teams riding the high of improbable Week 1 victories, will meet up in Paul Brown Stadium Sunday afternoon on CBS, and the winner will take an important early step toward playoff contention. The Bengals won a division game in a venue — Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium — where quarterback Andy Dalton had never won as a starter, while the Falcons shocked NFC South rivals (and popular Super Bowl picks) Drew Brees and the Saints with an offensive explosion in the Georgia Dome. 

 

Atlanta Falcons at Cincinnati Bengals

 

Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS

Spread: Cincinnati -5

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Will Matty Ice Stay Red-Hot?

Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is merely coming off the best performance of his career in Atlanta's 37–34 overtime win over New Orleans. Ryan completed 31-of-43 passes for a franchise-record 448 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions. But it was some unexpected scrambling that really frustrated a helpless Saints defense that was able to sack the statuesque Ryan only once. Rushing for 15 yards on three carries, Ryan also extended a number of plays with some deft movement in the pocket, including sidestepping the rush on a 39-yard pass to Roddy White that led to an important field goal right before halftime. "He's played a lot of games, made a lot of plays for us," coach Mike Smith said after the game. "But I was really impressed with his ability to extend some plays by moving around in the pocket. And he was very, very accurate. When you have (568 yards) of total offense and 448 through the air, your quarterback is playing well." Now, the question becomes: Can he do it away from the comfort of the Georgia Dome?

 

2. A.J. Green: The AFC's Best Wideout

As long as Megatron keeps slicing through defenses for Detroit, the title of Best Wideout in the NFL is taken, but Green is staking a strong claim for Best of the Rest. Coming off a season stat line of 98-1,426-11, Green resumed his abuse of hapless defensive backs, burning the Ravens for six catches for 131 yards and a decisive 77-yard touchdown in Cincy's 23–16 win in Baltimore. Quarterback Andy Dalton's comfort level with his prime target is only growing; against the Ravens, Dalton was 6-of-8 for 131 yards and a touchdown when targeting Green. In only three-plus seasons, Green has 12 touchdown catches of 30 yards or longer, and that ability to produce the big play assures that Dalton will continue to look his way. Against a Falcons defense that surrendered 333 passing yards in Week 1, Green could run wild.

 

3. Protecting the Jungle

Paul Brown Stadium is suddenly one of the toughest places to play in the NFL. The Bengals have won nine straight regular-season games at home, and the Jungle will present a challenging setting for Atlanta's attempt to chalk up its first two-game winning streak since 2012. The Bengals' propensity for protecting their home turf is an important component of this new golden era for a team that is gunning for its fourth consecutive winning season, which would be a first in the history of a downtrodden franchise. If Cincinnati is to take the next step and win a playoff game, the Bengals need to play that postseason game at home, and protecting home turf during the regular season — especially against ostensibly weaker teams — is critical to reaching that goal. Of course, given the Bengals' surprising home playoff loss to San Diego last season, there are no guarantees. 

 

Final Analysis

 

Both defenses will be under the gun on Sunday. The Bengals allowed 423 yards to the Ravens and needed the cooperation of Joe Flacco & Co. via some well-timed mistakes to come out of Baltimore with a win. The Falcons needed every one of their 568 total yards against the Saints, because the defense was busy surrendering 472 yards and a number of big plays. The Bengals seem to have the edge in physicality, and given the Falcons' 1–7 road record in 2013, home should be very sweet indeed for Cincy on Sunday. 

 

Prediction: Cincinnati 27, Atlanta 21
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Cincinnati Bengals Game Preview and Prediction
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 12:

 

• Plenty of weak matchups in college football this weekend, but .

 

. Perhaps the news cycle is a little behind up there.

 

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• Scary moment last night: . The beaner, Mike Fiers, .

 

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• First-pitch follies: Joakim Noah botched his first try, but got a mulligan and threw a strike.

 

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 11:

 

• On a day for honoring America, .

 

. That's a good, good doggie.

 

• Take a minute today and watch , which was recorded on Sept. 12, 2001.

 

• Thirteen years ago today, .

 

• In their inimitably profane style, .

 

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. So much for the post-broken leg goodwill.

 

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• Note to self: .

 

, but there's still a lesser charge pending.

 

• No matter your opinions of Dubya, his post-Sept. 11 World Series first pitch while wearing a flak jacket brought out the chill bumps.

 

 

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Baltimore and Pittsburgh, two old rivals that are seemingly in transition, are set to collide at M&T Bank Stadium for a critical AFC North matchup tonight on CBS that also will be simulcast on the NFL Network. The Ravens find themselves in virtual must-win mode after losing their home opener to division foe Cincinnati, but an important week of preparation has spiraled out of control with the nation's laser focus on the Ray Rice debacle and the team's (and head coach's) clumsy handling of the disgraced lead back. The Steelers were able to grab a division win against the Browns but showed plenty of warts in doing so. The loser had better buckle in for a week of doomsday proclamations from a frustrated fan base.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers at Balitmore Ravens

 

Kickoff: 8:25 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS/NFL Network

Spread: Baltimore -2.5

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Will Either Defense Show Up?

These two franchises built their reputations on throwing up brick walls at opposing offenses, but those days are seemingly in the past. Neither unit cracked the top 10 in the NFL in total defense last season, and neither proved up to the task in Week 1 of 2014. Baltimore allowed Andy Dalton, a former whipping boy for the Ravens defense, the time and space to do what he wanted, failing to sack him a single time, failing to force a turnover and surrendering 301 yards on a tidy 25-of-38 passing line. Most critically, the defense suffered an unconscionable breakdown on a 77-yard Dalton-to-A.J. Green catch and run for the decisive touchdown in a 23–16 Bengals win. Meanwhile, Dick LeBeau's defense allowed 27 second-half points to the Browns, who used a no-huddle attack that kept the Steelers on their heels. Cleveland pierced the Steel Curtain for 183 yards rushing (100 by unheralded rookie Terrance West) and 6.0 yards per carry, alarming numbers for a proud run defense. This game could produce what would once have been unthinkable for this series: an offensive shootout.

 

2. A Tale of Two Quarterbacks

Until last season, all Joe Flacco and Ben Roethlisberger did was win a vast majority of their starts. But dueling 8–8 seasons marred by turnovers have dented their armor a bit. Big Ben was fairly impressive against the Browns, completing 23-of-34 passes for 365 yards, but he found the end zone only once and was sacked four times after being dumped 42 times in 2013. Lacking a credible running threat, Flacco was forced to the air at an alarming rate in the Ravens' opener, throwing 62 passes (completing 35) for 345 yards, a touchdown and a critical interception that drew boos from the home crowd. Until Flacco and new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak get better acquainted, look for Big Ben to retain the upper hand in this personal rivalry.

 

3. Bell Cow Backs

The Steelers have to be thrilled with second-year running back Le'Veon Bell, who picked up right where he left off late last season, rushing for 109 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries (5.2 yards per carry) and adding 88 receiving yards in the win over Cleveland, the best combined yardage performance by a Pittsburgh running back since 2006. History is working against Bell — the Steelers haven't had a back exceed 100 yards against the Ravens in almost a decade — but his combination of vision, speed and toughness could reverse that trend. The Ravens had hoped that Bernard Pierce would fill Rice's shoes, but an early fumble against the Bengals opened the door for Justin Forsett, who responded with 70 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries and is enough of a dual threat to earn the lion's share of the snaps. Both teams will try to get their lead backs untracked to take pressure off the quarterbacks.

 

Final Analysis

 

Much like last week, the Ravens have to be glad to get back to the field and away from the questions about their disgraced former teammate. But on the field, they face a whole different set of questions about their ability to protect the football, force turnovers and generally live up to the standard of excellence they've set under John Harbaugh. Similarly, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin can ride his impressive record only so far in a what-have-you-done-lately league. It's premature to put either coach on the hot seat, but a loss in this one does turn up the heat. The Steelers seem to have the better running threat, which could give them an edge in this one.

 

Prediction: Pittsburgh 23, Baltimore 20
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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Game Preview and Prediction
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It's one of the most contentious issues in sports: Should the Washington Redskins change an outdated and offensive nickname? Here, Athlon editors take opposing viewpoints.

 

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Washington (insert racist nickname) owner Daniel Snyder needs a lesson in both United States history and sports history. I’ll save the junior high school history lesson (see: Trail of Tears, Indian Removal Act of 1830) and cut right to the sports history.

 

Jim Plunkett won the Heisman Trophy as quarterback of the Stanford Indians. In 1972, however, one of America’s finest research institutions had the wisdom to change its nickname. Eight years after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (okay, some U.S. history), Stanford made a proactive decision on the nickname Indians, which is much less offensive than the “R-word” slur currently used in Washington. These days, the Indians are a distant memory and Stanford boasts greats such as John Elway and Andrew Luck, who both played for the Stanford Cardinal.

 

But it’s not just “West Coast hippy liberals” who have common sense and decency. Hardened New Yorkers have dealt with the same issue with similar success.

 

Chris Mullen led the 1985 NCAA Tournament in scoring en route to leading the St. John’s Redmen to the Final Four. Fans cheered on, wearing a logo that depicted a cartoonish Native American dribbling a basketball in full headdress.

 

Despite a “tradition” of bigotry — however ham-handed and unintentional it may have been — the Redmen became the Red Storm in 1994. That was 20 years ago. Recent high school graduates never lived in a world where Redmen was an acceptable nickname in New York, a city not known for its political correctness.

 

But what about the nation’s capital? Oh, that’s right… the Washington Bullets became known as the Washington Wizards in 1997 due to the name’s tangential relationship to violent crime. And when baseball returned to Washington in 2005, the team didn’t return to its 60-year-old “roots” as the Washington Senators, it settled on Washington Nationals. The NBA and MLB teams in D.C. have already changed names. The NFL is next.

 

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet.” Point being, Snyder can (and will) run this team into the ground no matter what their nickname is.

 

No

Clearly, if Washington were an expansion franchise beginning play in 2014, they wouldn’t choose “Redskins” as their nickname. The moniker is no doubt anachronistic. I’ll even stipulate that it’s offensive to some people. But that doesn’t mean it should change.

 

And it might surprise you to know that Americans agree with me in overwhelming numbers.

 

That’s right: Despite a non-stop media onslaught in TV, print and social media over the necessity of discarding this ongoing affront to decency, only 23 percent of respondents in a recent ESPN poll think the name should be changed. That’s up from eight percent only a few years ago, but it’s hardly a mandate. I mean, 45 percent of Americans believe in ghosts, and 26 percent either believe Obama is the Antichrist or aren’t sure. In other words, you can find 23 percent of Americans who believe just about anything. It’s a statistically insignificant number in a democratic society where 50 percent minus one is a losing posture.

 

Admittedly, owner Daniel Snyder’s stubborn insistence on keeping the name and his clumsy efforts at justifying it have combined to have the opposite effect on public opinion, but his general ineptitude as an owner and a human being shouldn’t sway this debate.

 

As outdated as the nickname may be, I believe that it’s dangerous to succumb to self-righteous Tweeters and media poseurs trying to impose their version of political correctness on one of the most storied franchises in sports, a franchise that has long carried its nickname as a point of pride, not of bigotry.

 

I’ll give the last word to Mitchell Hicks, principal chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians: “(The team nickname) has been around a long time, and I know that are certain aspects of the name redskins that historically was rather derogatory to natives, but in the way the (Washington) Redskins use the name, my personal stance is they haven’t shown me anything that is directly offensive.” Good enough for me.

 

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Should the Redskins Change Their Nickname? Athlon Editors Debate
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 10:

 

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• Watch Miggy-to-Megatron at Comerica Park.

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 9:

 

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. Both stylish and educational, although the star on the helmet looks like a ninja star.

 

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, the current king of college mascots.

 

• As Clayton Kershaw continues to out-Koufax Sandy Koufax, it might be time for .

 

• So apparently with his hands over his eyes in the Ray Rice situation.

 

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. Today's reminder that the way we pay waiters is stupid.

 

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• Watch the Dodgers support Clayton Kershaw's efforts with three throwing errors.

 

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 8:

 

• The NFL's cheerleaders are already in midseason form, as reveals.

 

. Good to have you back, football. .

 

• Roger Goodell's having a no good, very bad Monday thanks to . If you feel like you need to see the newly available video of the knockout punch, which according to Peter King was in Goodell's possession when he "disciplined" Rice, then . It's beyond sickening.

 

• This is interesting:

 

on the occasion of the Worldwide Leader's 35th birthday.

 

• I can endorse this chick-mance (or whatever the chick version of a bromance is called): .

 

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• Dumbass alert: . This won't help class up the image of the typical NASCAR fan.

 

• Derek Jeter answered a reporter's phone during a presser, like the boss he is.

 

 

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Fresh off an appearance on HBO's “Hard Knocks,“ the Atlanta Falcons hope to deal an early blow to what many expect to be a Saints juggernaut in the NFC South. New Orleans is a near-unanimous choice to win the division, but an upset in the opener could signal a wide-open race. This traditional rivalry has yielded some classic moments, with Atlanta holding a 47–43 lead in the all-time series. In last year's opener, the Saints held off a Falcons team with Super Bowl aspirations, beating them 23–17 and sending them on an injury-filled downward spiral. 

 

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

 

Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX

Spread: New Orleans -3

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Big Expectations in the Big Easy

Judging from the , the Saints are a lock for the playoffs and a decent bet to make a Super Bowl run. How will Sean Payton's team handle being the hunted in an improved NFC South? Last season, the Falcons entered the season with similar expectations and flamed out with a four-win disaster, although injuries were the primary culprit. These Saints look better prepared to deal with the hype than those Falcons did. Payton and quarterback Drew Brees have already combined to win a Super Bowl together, and they know what's required for a deep postseason run. The Saints have won 11 or more games in each of the last four seasons, and it will be a shock if New Orleans doesn't extend that streak to five.

 

2. The Falcons' Hard-Nosed Attitude

The Falcons' stint on “Hard Knocks” revealed a team with a mean streak. Tempers boiled over frequently while the cameras rolled, and efforts to establish a physical identity resulted in training camp fights and preseason game ejections. Atlanta will need to carry that attitude into the regular season while the respective lines, which were subpar last season, find their footing. The Falcons were last in the NFL in rushing in 2013, and they'll have to establish themselves up front to avoid falling into a shootout with the weapon-heavy Saints. Look for Atlanta to try to set a physical tone early in this one to take some of the pressure off of quarterback Matt Ryan.

 

3. Reversing the Road Woes

New Orleans was 3–5 away from the friendly confines of the Superdome in 2013, losing their last three regular-season road games to cost themselves playoff position. If the Saints have any hope of making a Super Bowl run, they'll need to secure home-field advantage — and to do so, they'll need to steal a few wins on the road. This is one of those opportunities. It's far too early to call this a must win for New Orleans, but the Saints need to excel in the winnable road games this season to earn what could be a decisive home playoff advantage.

 

Final Analysis

 

Drew Brees owns half of the 5,000-yard passing seasons in NFL history, and armed with a formidable array of weapons, he's a strong candidate to post more outrageous numbers and earn MVP honors this season. To help him in his quest, he has buzzed-about rookie receiver Brandin Cooks joining his arsenal. As if the Saints offense wasn't powerful enough, Cooks might be the most explosive offensive rookie of the 2014 season. The Falcons may have had an offseason attitude adjustment, but it will take more than attitude to slow the Saints. Neither team got much done on the ground last season, but a high-flying, back-and-forth aerial show certainly favors the visitors. Give the Saints the nod on defense, too; Rob Ryan's crew fashioned an impressive turnaround last year, finishing third in the NFC in total defense and first against the pass. Finally, there's a coaching advantage as well. Under Payton, the Saints have won 11 out of the last 14 games in the series, a run that was preceded by a 16–6 Falcons run. Look for the Saints' recent dominance in the series to continue, even on the road, as Brees & Co. lay the groundwork for a special season.

 

Prediction: New Orleans 27, Atlanta 17
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Two teams with postseason aspirations collide in an AFC North tilt that already carries serious implications for both. The Bengals are in the midst of their best run in franchise history but have no postseason wins to show for it. A division title and home playoff game are the expectation for an increasingly restless fan base, and the march to those spoils starts in M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Ravens are looking for a bounce-back season following an injury-marred 8–8 disappointment and are glad to get back to football after an offseason that was dominated by the Ray Rice saga.

 

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

 

Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET

TV Channel: CBS

Spread: Baltimore -1.5

 

Three Things to Watch

 

1. Home Sweet Home

Even amid the disappointment of an underachieving 8–8 season, the Ravens were a tough out at home in 2013, going 6–2 at M&T Bank Stadium — including a 20–17 overtime win over the Bengals, who haven't won in Baltimore since 2009. Under John Harbaugh, the Ravens have posted a 39–9 mark at home, the NFL’s second-best home record during that span (2008-13). The Bengals were 3–5 on the road last season, and they must figure out a way to win more tough road tests to take the next step as a franchise. This game certainly qualifies.

 

2. Cincy's $115 million Man

When news broke of Andy Dalton's six-year, $115 million deal, the Internet exploded in righteous indignation over paying such a huge sum to a guy without a playoff win. Closer scrutiny reveals a deal that includes plenty of protection for the Bengals — only $17 million is guaranteed — and pays Dalton like the solid second-tier quarterback he is. That won't stop Bengals fans from demanding more from the copper-topped gunslinger than last season's 20-interception regular season and first-round playoff flameout. Dalton will be under pressure to lead his team to postseason success, and that starts with winning the division, making this season-opening AFC North showdown especially significant. "The way the schedule is, they start us off right off the bat with a division opponent," Dalton said. "So it does set the tone. It really shows the expectations of what we have here."

 

3. Ravens on the Run

When you have a game manager like Joe Flacco running the show, you need a ground-and-pound element to your offensive attack, something the Ravens were woefully lacking in 2013. Baltimore averaged only 83 yards rushing per game last season on an NFL-worst 3.1 yards per carry, and leading rusher Ray Rice (only 660 yards in 2013) will be missing in action while he serves his suspension for domestic abuse. The spotlight will be on fill-in lead back Bernard Pierce and an offensive line that will be seeking redemption in 2014, as they try to relieve some of the pressure from Flacco's shoulders. Forced to the air in 2013, Flacco tossed a career-worst 22 interceptions. The Ravens must be more balanced this season. 

 

Final Analysis

 

For Cincinnati to have the kind of season its players expect and its fans demand, a good start is important. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is only 4–7 in season openers in his career, including 3–5 on the road, but Cincy did play spoiler for the Ravens last season, dominating John Harbaugh's club 34–17 in the season finale and knocking Baltimore out of playoff contention. Joe Flacco should be operating behind a healthier, stouter offensive line, and he's added a weapon in wideout Steve Smith. His counterpart, Andy Dalton, has struggled against the Ravens, going 2–4 in his six starts and tossing 11 interceptions to only six touchdowns for a passer rating of 62.4. Even without Ray Rice to run the football, this one feels like a Ravens win and an important step in a season of redemption. 

 

Prediction: Baltimore 21, Cincinnati 17
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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Game Preview and Prediction
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for September 5:

 

• Celebrate Seattle's reign with 19-year-old , who's back for her second year with the squad.

 

. Didn't prevent a concussion, though.

 

• Aaron Rodgers avoided Richard Sherman during last night's Seahawks beatdown, but .

 

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. I'll meet you there.

 

• Last night, .

 

• Cincinnati chili has its detractors. .

 

• After killing with LeBron's letter, .

 

• Celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves is Kimmel's greatest contribution to western culture. Here's the NFL edition.

 

 

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