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Varlamov, Avs aim to build on solid start vs. Bruins

Strasburg threw a bullpen session Monday. Baker said there is an illness going around his team, which he attributed to the weather, air conditioning at their hotel and Wrigley, and the “time of the year for mold around Chicago.”

“We decided to stay with Tanner because, No. 1, you know, he was slated,” Baker said. “Didn’t work out for Stras for his bullpen day, and we’re all creatures of habit, and plus, we’ve got full confidence in Tanner. And Stras, it would have been better, because he’s feeling under the weather, like a lot of my team is.”

The Cubs and Nationals took batting practice and the grounds crew got the field ready before bringing out the tarp. The rain started to fall about a half-hour after the game was supposed to start. With more showers in the forecast, Major League Baseball then called it off.

Chicago leads 2-1 in the best-of-five series going into Game 4, now scheduled for Wednesday at 4:08 p.m. EDT. There is rain in the forecast for early in the day.

Lundqvist also was credited with a goalmouth stop on Stastny during a St. Louis power play in the third. New York’s goalie finished with 20 saves.

“I think I played a pretty solid game,” Lundqvist said. “But it’s not the start you’re looking for.”

Adam Cracknell made his Rangers debut. New York picked up the 32-year-old right wing off waivers Monday from Dallas. He wore No. 25 and skated on the fourth line with Paul Carey and David Desharnais. … Prior to the game, New York announced rookie Filip Chytil had been assigned to AHL Hartford, and Andrew Desjardins was released from his professional tryout. .. St. Louis announced it had reached an agreement with San Antonio to be the Blues’ AHL affiliate.
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Hogan and Kizer now await Jackson’s decision.

“The safety [Marcus Maye] undercut an out route,” Kizer said. “I did not see him, and I put the ball in harm’s way.”

Jackson said Kizer could have recognized the Jets’ zone defense and would have been happy had the quarterback thrown the ball away.

“Sometimes young guys, it is not going as well for them and that is my job,” Jackson said. “Sometimes taking him off and letting him see and breathe a little bit is good, and I think that is what he did.”

“Right now, I am just doing what I can to get better and help this team get a win,” Hogan said.

Said Kizer: “You go back, you learn from it. You do whatever you can to be a better player.”

The Ravens catch a break on their cross-country trip by facing EJ Manuel instead of Derek Carr. The defense still needs to play out of its mind to overcome how wretched the offense has been so far, and against the Steelers, they didn’t quite do it. It’s safe to say starting 2-0 against the Bengals and Browns wasn’t the best barometer for the Ravens.

Their recent playoff face-offs always make these regular-season games so rich with drama. Who has time to still be salty about whether Dez caught it in Lambeau Field, when now one can be salty about that final Packers march in Arlington last January? Home-field in the playoffs should be at stake … yes, it’s too early to start doubting the Cowboys that drastically. It’s not too early to doubt whether their defense can slow, let alone stop, Aaron Rodgers.
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On his first trip back to Cleveland, Josh McCown experienced something new — and something unexpected.

Steven Terrell, S, Kansas City Chiefs: Terrell was accidentally kicked in the head on the opening kickoff, and he was down for some time before walking off the field with some assistance. Shortly thereafter, he was ruled out of the game due to a concussion.

Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets: Powell left the game during the second half and his return was deemed questionable because of a calf injury. After the game, Jets coach Todd Bowles said that Powell will have tests on his injured calf. This is troublesome, especially with fellow RB Matt Forte still dealing with turf toe.

“I didn’t think it was going in the right direction,” Jackson said of Kizer’s benching. “That is why I made the decision to take him out. We go into every game trying to win. That is our goal. That is our job. That is my job. I’m not here just to get players better. That is part of it, but it is also to win. I think if there is a decision that needs to be made to win, that is the decision I am going to make.”

“It took me three years and two teams,” New York’s quarterback said. “But dang gummit, I got me a win at FirstEnergy Stadium.”

As a visitor.

Released by the Browns in February after two seasons, McCown got some revenge on his former team by throwing two touchdown passes and leading the surprising Jets to a 17-14 win over the winless Browns and coach Hue Jackson, who benched rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer and is under more pressure after falling to 1-20.x (7)

Browns bench rookie QB DeShone Kizer, won’t reveal next week’s starter

Browns coach Hue Jackson benched quarterback DeShone Kizer for Kevin Hogan in Sunday’s loss to the New York Jets then declined to say who would start next Sunday’s game in Houston.

“It is still about winning,” Jackson said after the 17-14 loss that dropped the Browns to 0-5. “Kizer is developing, but his job is still to win. That is first and foremost. I didn’t think it was going in the right direction. That is why I made the decision to take him out. If that was the case and it was just about development, I would have just left him in. It is not about that. It is about winning.”

The Deshaun Watson Experience became a must-see event last week against the Titans. The Texans wisely spent the minutes after that rout cautioning everybody not to expect the Chiefs game to go that well. For good reason: For all the deserved praise for Alex Smith and the offense he’s running, the defense did not make it easy on Washington after falling behind 10-0 Monday night and paved the way for the comeback. It’s a great test for Watson.

Welcome to the NFL, No. 2 overall pick Mitchell Trubisky … signed, the Vikings defense. They’re another bunch that has to hold up its end of the deal extra-high because of the injury devastation on the offense. Playing a rookie in his NFL debut helps everybody on the Vikings’ defense, including Everson Griffen, whose five sacks are fourth in the league.x (2)

Patriots’ Tom Brady hopes ‘qualified’ Colin Kaepernick ‘gets a shot’

Tom Brady is the latest NFL player to make a plea for Colin Kaepernick.

While speaking to “CBS This Morning” on Sunday, the Patriots quarterback said he hopes to face the former 49ers signal-caller on the field again in the future.

Glennon may not have had glaringly bad numbers but he failed to lead a scoring drive against a defense that was ranked 26th in the NFL last season.

Fox though put a lot of the loss on the Bears’ inability to run the football. Tarik Cohen and Jordan Howard combined to run for 20 yards on 16 carries and zero touchdowns.

“There’s a lot of people that had their hand in it and we’ll leave it at that,” Fox said.

Through two games this season Glennon has completed 67 percent of his passes while throwing for 514 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions as the Bears dropped their second straight to open the season.

Phillip Dorsett, Patriots wide receiver: “Just wanted to show everyone we’re unified between one another. We’re together. We’re strong. This game is a great game because of the brotherhood and the relationships; it’s amazing what this game to bring to everybody. People have a platform to be able to change. We just wanted to show that we are one, not just with our team, but the whole NFL, with everybody.” Dorsett locked arms with Brady.

A.J. Bouye, Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback: “I was pissed off last night just for the simple fact I don’t know the president as a man, just like he doesn’t know us as men, and it holds close to home with me because for the simple fact what you say about us, you’re disrespecting our moms. I lost my mom to cancer. My stepmom came in, I know she’s not what he’s calling her. a (18)

Lions fan banned from games after racist Snapchat went viral

After a Lions fan posted a racist Snapchat during Detroit’s game on Sunday, the team asked him to turn in his tickets and said he would no longer be allowed at Ford Field, the Detroit News reported.

The picture showed two African Americans sitting in the stands during the national anthem and had the caption “Ignorant n—s.”

The Snapchat went viral after the Lions’ Week 1 victory over the Cardinals at home. It was posted on Facebook and other social media platforms, before news outlets began to pick in up.

“We don’t have a budget like the Dolphins,” Central coach Roland Smith told the Miami Herald. “We don’t have a budget like a college. We don’t have a national budget to stay extra days after a game and stuff like that.

“We don’t have big booster clubs like other schools have that can take care of things like this. But when you have an organization the kids look up to and they step forward, it’s an awesome thing.”

Smith has prior experience with the team, as he previously played for the University of Miami and was selected by the Dolphins in the 1991 NFL Draft.

Smith had been hopeful to return this week after missing all of the preseason and 15 games last season while recovering from a torn ACL. He was given a clean bill of health for his knee and was working on his conditioning before the bug hit. In 18 starts from 2014-2015, Smith recorded 13.5 sacks and four forced fumbles.b (19)

NFL’s London games have never matched teams with winning records

Sunday’s Ravens-Jaguars game is as good as the NFL gets for London — literally.

It’s not much of a headliner on the surface of things, but from the perspective of the NFL in England, it’s as close as the 18-game series has come to matching two teams with winning records (per ProFootballTalk).

Oh, and the streak is guaranteed to stretch to 19 games next week. The Saints are 0-2, so they’re guaranteed of not being over .500 when they meet the Dolphins at Wembley Stadium.

Where did Sunday’s slate compare to great RedZone afternoons of years past? With the help of both Burke and ESPN Stats & Information, I found the average Excitement Index for the top five games from each 1 p.m. ET kickoff going back through 2005. I included only the top five because every weekend will have stinkers, and Sunday’s scoring bonanza wasn’t any less fun because Miami Dolphins- New York Jets was a bummer.

By my count, the top five games in Week 3 produced the seventh-best average Excitement Index since 2005, with an average EI of just under 5.95. The record, which requires going back to Week 6 of that 2005 campaign, was an average EI of 6.55 points per game. Four games that week were either tied or saw a lead change in the final minute of regulation, including a Steelers-Jaguars game in which Pittsburgh blew two chances to win in overtime.

This week’s big five was nearly as great. Let’s run through those games in order of Excitement Index and break down some of the key takeaways from each:

Then the two remaining London games on the 2017 schedule are Cardinals-Rams and Vikings-Browns. Given the Rams’ and Browns’ recent history, it looks like the streak is safe for another season.
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The above statement seems like an obvious thing.

The above statement seems like an obvious thing. Hopkins is one of the best receivers in the NFL today, and that’s not up for debate — but hear me out.

Hopkins does a great job of getting open, even when he might not be open. Numerous times in the Texans’ game Thursday night, he forced himself off defensive backs to get open for Watson. Eventually he was called for pass interference in the fourth quarter, but it made a big difference.

On this play, you can see Bengals corner Darqueze Dennard nearly falling to his feet because of the spacing that Hopkins created:

The offensive tackle was a project when he came into the NFL, but now he’s in year three and things look worse than ever. Manning was sacked five times by the Lions — three of those came because Ansah destroyed Flowers.

The Giants fans let him hear it — thumbs down and all — when he elected to run out the clock instead of attempt to score before halftime. Then again when he waffled on a decision to go for it on fourth down near the goal line and the team got a delay-of-game penalty.

He didn’t roll the dice on fourth down until it was too late, and it didn’t work out for the Giants anyway.

The Bears signed the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback to a three-year, $45 million contract, but the deal is easy to part with after the 2017 season. That looks like good news for Chicago, because he’s playing far below the $16 million cap hit he’d be due in 2018 if the Bears keep him beyond this season.

After an uninspiring, but decent showing against the Atlanta Falcons — when a pair of drops in the final seconds kept Glennon from being a Week 1 hero — an implosion for the quarterback in Week 2 buried the Bears.
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8 things to watch in NFL’s Week 2

The NFL’s opening week unleashed a scattering of twists and turns that reset this offseason’s storylines. 30 teams began their 2017 campaigns, leading to some surprising outcomes — like the Patriots losing, the Jaguars winning, and the Rams obliterating the Colts — and others that carried on familiar narratives.

But one week of the season isn’t enough to get a sense of what to expect around the league this season. Is Alex Smith a gunslinger now? Is Jared Goff really as improved as he looked in Week 1, or was that a byproduct of playing the Colts? Is the NFC West really going to be one of the weakest divisions in the league? Week 2 should give us a clearer picture.

We can expect more surprises, emerging stars, and rebounding veterans this week. Here are the eight things to watch for in Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.

It’s a popular stat that likes to get passed around on Twitter — only a small percentage of NFL teams start 0-2 and make the playoffs. The exact number changes depending on what parameters you set, but OddsShark tracked recent trends and found that 9 percent of teams since 2007 have made the playoffs after going 0-2.

Is that an overblown narrative? Probably, and the Giants would be the first to tell you. The last time they started 0-2 was in 2007, and that team went on to win the Super Bowl. I doubt many fans even remember that 0-2 start after the fact.

So no doubt there’s time to right the ship, but that time has to start right now. This offense has too many fatal flaws to settle for business as usual, and the defense can’t do it all by itself. It’s on McAdoo, and this staff to figure out a solution before the Giants spin out into a lost season.
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Marshawn Lynch sideline dance in his Oakland home debut inspired Raiders teammates ‘he never did that in Seattle’

“It was exceptional. I was actually very inspired,” Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio said of Marshawn Lynch’s dancing on sideline during the Raiders’ 45-20 win over the Jets.

Today was all about Lynch making his Oakland home debut. For a man who represents Oakland and its people like few others, the game really couldn’t have gone better.

The Raiders scored six touchdowns, three through the air and three on the ground. One of those touchdown was Lynch himself punching it up the middle from 2 yards out. It was his first touchdown as a Raider and hit happened in his home debut. What more could you ask for?

Between dropped passes and a vicious pass rush, neither Texans quarterback was set up to succeed against Jacksonville. But Watson, who was dealing with an ankle injury early in the week, has been named as the starter for Houston’s Thursday night matchup against the Bengals. Savage isn’t happy, but he’s keeping it to himself.

“So Tom’s obviously taken the high road and I would only expect Tom to take the high road and he’s gonna support DeShaun, he’s gonna support the team, and he wants to be a part of the Houston organization, he loves it down there,” Schwartz said. “It’s just frustrating and to be benched after 31 plays it just doesn’t make sense.”

O’Brien’s tendency to switch out quarterbacks has become a hallmark of his Texans career. Houston has started more quarterbacks than any team in the NFL since O’Brien took over in 2014. That includes the Browns, who basically had a revolving door behind center last season due to injuries.

But in this case, his agent thinks the team should have given Savage more time to prove himself. O’Brien must not agree, because Watson will get his first NFL start Thursday.
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