The Rams

19 Dec 18
Rams Wire

Aaron Donald sent James Conner a motivational text after the running back’s cancer diagnosis in 2015.

19 Dec 18
Paradise Post
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=raiders-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] A look at how NFL teams rank going into Week 16: 1. New Orleans (12-2) Drew Brees’ ability to lead an offense and complete short passes combined with legitimate balance and a stout defense make the Saints NFC favorites. Last week: 2  Next: Pittsburgh 2. L.A. Chargers (11-3) Have pretty much taken Philip Rivers for granted, considering he’s never mentioned here as a contender for the MVP. He should be. And don’t you want to see an AFC title game in StubHub? Last week: 4 Next: Baltimore 3. Kansas City (11-3) Chiefs fans getting nervous, and rightfully so. The offense has cooled ever so slightly with the weather, and the defense has been suspect all along. Last week: 1  Next: at Seattle 4. L.A. Rams (11-3) For those of you keeping score, that’s 22-6 for the two Los Angeles based teams against 7-21 against the two Bay Area based teams. Last week: 3 Next: at Arizona 5. Chicago (10-4) If there were an award for rookie coach of the year, Matt Nagy would be the winner, no doubt. But hell, he may just end up being the NFL coach of the year overall. NFC North champs with two games to play. Last week: 6 Next: at 49ers 6. Houston (10-4) Steelers win over Patriots gives the Texans a shot at a first-round bye. With Kansas City slumping, is it possible the road to the Super Bowl will go through Houston? Last week: 8 Next: at Philadelphia 7. New England (9-5) Definitely not used to seeing this. The Bill Belichick-Tom Brady express has won just two of its last five games and may have given up their pre-ordained first round bye in exchange for a road game. And the Patriots have not been good on the road. For complete Oakland Raiders coverage follow us on Flipboard. Last week: 5  Next: Buffalo 8. Pittsburgh (8-5-1) Doesn’t matter whether the running back is Le’Veon Bell, James Conner or Jaylen Samuels. The Steelers can still run it. Take a bow, offensive line coach Mike Munchak. Last week: 13  Next: at New Orleans 9. Seattle (8-6) Considering Seattle closes out with Arizona, they’re an absolute lock for 9-7. Will that be enough? Beating the Chiefs would remove all mystery regarding the postseason. Last week: 7 Next: Kansas City 10. Indianapolis (8-6) With the Giants and Tennessee Titans remaining, Colts have a legitimate shot at going 10-6 and @CaptAndrewLuck has his troops steeled for battle. Last week: 11 Next: N.Y. Giants 11. Tennessee (8-6) Did Titans wait to long to turn moving the chains over to Derrick Henry? Had 128 carries for 474 yards in his first 12 games, and 50 carries for 408 yards in his last two. Last week: 12 Next: Washington 12. Baltimore (8-6) Lamar Jackson has 86 carries for 427 yards in five games since taking over as the Ravens quarterback. It may not be sustainable, but it’s fun to watch and keeps the Baltimore defense fresh. Last week: 10 Next: at L.A. Chargers 13. Dallas (8-6) The bandwagon screeched to a halt in Indianapolis, but the Cowboys are still looking good in the NFC East provided they don’t face-plant against the Bucs and Giants. Last week: 9  Next: Tampa Bay 14. Minnesota (7-6-1) New offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski commits to the run — and the Vikings rush for 220 yards against Miami. That’s not a good look for the deposed John DeFilippo. Last week: 15  Next: at Detroit 15. Philadelphia (7-7) Carson Wentz was the toast of Philadelphia until first tearing an ACL, and now with an apparent fracture in his back. Suddenly there is doubt. But Derek Carr’s path was similar (leg fracture, broken bone in back), albeit with an inferior team, and he’s back on track. Last week: 16 Next: Houston Like our Oakland Raiders Facebook page for more Raiders news, commentary and conversation. 16. Miami (7-7) Dolphins need just about everyone above them to lose to get into the postseason, and are unlikely to win their last two games anyway because this team has .500 written all over it. Last week: 14 Next: Jacksonville [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=49ers-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] 17. Cleveland (6-7-1) After going 3-36-1 under Hue Jackson, the Browns are 4-2 under borderline nutcase (in a good way) Gregg Williams. Williams could wind up keeping this job after Browns satisfy the Rooney Rule. Last week: 21 Next: Cincinnati [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]18. Green Bay (5-8-1) Aaron Rodgers had his streak of passes without an interceptions end at 402, but the Packers’ quarterback has been off-target in terms of missing open receivers more often this season. Last week: 18  Next: at N.Y.Jets 19. Denver (6-8) Last time a Denver head coach had back to back losing seasons? Lou Saban in 1971. Vance Joseph needs to win out to avoid that fate — and could be out of a job anyway. Losing to Raiders would seal it. Last week: 19  Next: at Raiders 20. Carolina (6-8) Panthers’ season went into tailspin, but Christian McCaffrey has taken being an all-purpose back to another level. Has 979 yards rushing and seven TDs, 768 yards receiving and six TDs. Oh, and he threw a 50-yard TD pass against New Orleans. Last week: 20 Next: Atlanta For complete 49ers coverage follow us on Flipboard. 21. Washington (7-7) One of the coolest stories of the year is Oakland’s Josh Johnson getting a start and a win against Jacksonville at age 32, 10 years after he was drafted. Face it, Colin Kaepernick wasn’t going to play for a team called the `R” skins anyway. Last week: 31  Next: at Tennessee 22. Atlanta (5-9) Has any player with 100 catches for 1,511 yards with two games to play had such a minimal impact in terms of winning football? Julio Jones wants to know. Last week: 24  Next: at Carolina 23. N.Y. Giants (5-9) Report Sunday morning indicated that quarterback Eli Manning was “playing his way” on to Giants roster for the 2019 season. Then the Giants got shut out by Tennessee. So maybe not. Last week: 17  Next: at Indianapolis 24. Buffalo (5-9) The Bills’ leader in receiving yardage, Zay Jones, has 492 yards in 14 games. That’s pathetic. Not for Jones, but for the Buffalo passing offense. Not coincidentally, quarterback Josh Allen has 506 yards rushing. Last week: 28 Next: at New England 25. Detroit (5-9) Lions officially eliminated from postseason after linebacker Jarrad Davis jumps offsides late in 14-13 loss to Buffalo. One of those endings that just feels right. Last week: 23 Next: Minnesota [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]26. Tampa Bay (5-9) Quarterback Jameis Winston says he’s “fighting” for the return of coach Dirk Koetter. If I’m Koetter, I’m fighting to return without Winston. Last week: 22  Next: at Dallas 27. Cincinnati (6-8) If Marvin Lewis can win even one more game with scattershot Jake Driskel at quarterback, he may find his way back to the Bengals for another season after all. Last week: 26  Next: at Cleveland 28. 49ers (4-10) There are 135 million reasons why Jimmy Garoppolo is the 49ers starting quarterback next season, no matter how well Nick Mullens plays. And he’s played very well. Last week: 30  Next: Chicago 29. Jacksonville (4-10) Blake Bortles somehow looks even worse when he doesn’t play than when he does. Cody Kessler was downright awful against Washington, but Doug Marrone never made a move. Last week: 25 Next: at Miami 30. N.Y. Jets (4-10) Realize it won’t happen, but am really hoping Urban Meyer resurfaces as head coach of the Jets if only because of all the mandatory media sessions required. Last week: 29  Next: Green Bay 31. Raiders (3-11) Tight end Lee Smith has touchdowns in each of his last three games. Over the same span, that ties him with Travis Kelce and is three more than Zach Ertz. Maybe Gruden will start flexing him. Last week: 27  Next: Denver 32. Arizona (3-11) Cardinals have been outscored by 96 points, out-gained 4,989 to 3,404 are down nearly seven minutes per game in time of possession and have a minus-12 turnover margin. Sounds like the No. 1 pick to me. Last week: 32  Next: L.A. Rams Like our San Francisco 49ers Facebook page for more 49ers news, commentary and conversation.
19 Dec 18
Santa Cruz Sentinel
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=raiders-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] A look at how NFL teams rank going into Week 16: 1. New Orleans (12-2) Drew Brees’ ability to lead an offense and complete short passes combined with legitimate balance and a stout defense make the Saints NFC favorites. Last week: 2  Next: Pittsburgh 2. L.A. Chargers (11-3) Have pretty much taken Philip Rivers for granted, considering he’s never mentioned here as a contender for the MVP. He should be. And don’t you want to see an AFC title game in StubHub? Last week: 4 Next: Baltimore 3. Kansas City (11-3) Chiefs fans getting nervous, and rightfully so. The offense has cooled ever so slightly with the weather, and the defense has been suspect all along. Last week: 1  Next: at Seattle 4. L.A. Rams (11-3) For those of you keeping score, that’s 22-6 for the two Los Angeles based teams against 7-21 against the two Bay Area based teams. Last week: 3 Next: at Arizona 5. Chicago (10-4) If there were an award for rookie coach of the year, Matt Nagy would be the winner, no doubt. But hell, he may just end up being the NFL coach of the year overall. NFC North champs with two games to play. Last week: 6 Next: at 49ers 6. Houston (10-4) Steelers win over Patriots gives the Texans a shot at a first-round bye. With Kansas City slumping, is it possible the road to the Super Bowl will go through Houston? Last week: 8 Next: at Philadelphia 7. New England (9-5) Definitely not used to seeing this. The Bill Belichick-Tom Brady express has won just two of its last five games and may have given up their pre-ordained first round bye in exchange for a road game. And the Patriots have not been good on the road. For complete Oakland Raiders coverage follow us on Flipboard. Last week: 5  Next: Buffalo 8. Pittsburgh (8-5-1) Doesn’t matter whether the running back is Le’Veon Bell, James Conner or Jaylen Samuels. The Steelers can still run it. Take a bow, offensive line coach Mike Munchak. Last week: 13  Next: at New Orleans 9. Seattle (8-6) Considering Seattle closes out with Arizona, they’re an absolute lock for 9-7. Will that be enough? Beating the Chiefs would remove all mystery regarding the postseason. Last week: 7 Next: Kansas City 10. Indianapolis (8-6) With the Giants and Tennessee Titans remaining, Colts have a legitimate shot at going 10-6 and @CaptAndrewLuck has his troops steeled for battle. Last week: 11 Next: N.Y. Giants 11. Tennessee (8-6) Did Titans wait to long to turn moving the chains over to Derrick Henry? Had 128 carries for 474 yards in his first 12 games, and 50 carries for 408 yards in his last two. Last week: 12 Next: Washington 12. Baltimore (8-6) Lamar Jackson has 86 carries for 427 yards in five games since taking over as the Ravens quarterback. It may not be sustainable, but it’s fun to watch and keeps the Baltimore defense fresh. Last week: 10 Next: at L.A. Chargers 13. Dallas (8-6) The bandwagon screeched to a halt in Indianapolis, but the Cowboys are still looking good in the NFC East provided they don’t face-plant against the Bucs and Giants. Last week: 9  Next: Tampa Bay 14. Minnesota (7-6-1) New offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski commits to the run — and the Vikings rush for 220 yards against Miami. That’s not a good look for the deposed John DeFilippo. Last week: 15  Next: at Detroit 15. Philadelphia (7-7) Carson Wentz was the toast of Philadelphia until first tearing an ACL, and now with an apparent fracture in his back. Suddenly there is doubt. But Derek Carr’s path was similar (leg fracture, broken bone in back), albeit with an inferior team, and he’s back on track. Last week: 16 Next: Houston Like our Oakland Raiders Facebook page for more Raiders news, commentary and conversation. 16. Miami (7-7) Dolphins need just about everyone above them to lose to get into the postseason, and are unlikely to win their last two games anyway because this team has .500 written all over it. Last week: 14 Next: Jacksonville [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=49ers-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] 17. Cleveland (6-7-1) After going 3-36-1 under Hue Jackson, the Browns are 4-2 under borderline nutcase (in a good way) Gregg Williams. Williams could wind up keeping this job after Browns satisfy the Rooney Rule. Last week: 21 Next: Cincinnati [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]18. Green Bay (5-8-1) Aaron Rodgers had his streak of passes without an interceptions end at 402, but the Packers’ quarterback has been off-target in terms of missing open receivers more often this season. Last week: 18  Next: at N.Y.Jets 19. Denver (6-8) Last time a Denver head coach had back to back losing seasons? Lou Saban in 1971. Vance Joseph needs to win out to avoid that fate — and could be out of a job anyway. Losing to Raiders would seal it. Last week: 19  Next: at Raiders 20. Carolina (6-8) Panthers’ season went into tailspin, but Christian McCaffrey has taken being an all-purpose back to another level. Has 979 yards rushing and seven TDs, 768 yards receiving and six TDs. Oh, and he threw a 50-yard TD pass against New Orleans. Last week: 20 Next: Atlanta For complete 49ers coverage follow us on Flipboard. 21. Washington (7-7) One of the coolest stories of the year is Oakland’s Josh Johnson getting a start and a win against Jacksonville at age 32, 10 years after he was drafted. Face it, Colin Kaepernick wasn’t going to play for a team called the `R” skins anyway. Last week: 31  Next: at Tennessee 22. Atlanta (5-9) Has any player with 100 catches for 1,511 yards with two games to play had such a minimal impact in terms of winning football? Julio Jones wants to know. Last week: 24  Next: at Carolina 23. N.Y. Giants (5-9) Report Sunday morning indicated that quarterback Eli Manning was “playing his way” on to Giants roster for the 2019 season. Then the Giants got shut out by Tennessee. So maybe not. Last week: 17  Next: at Indianapolis 24. Buffalo (5-9) The Bills’ leader in receiving yardage, Zay Jones, has 492 yards in 14 games. That’s pathetic. Not for Jones, but for the Buffalo passing offense. Not coincidentally, quarterback Josh Allen has 506 yards rushing. Last week: 28 Next: at New England 25. Detroit (5-9) Lions officially eliminated from postseason after linebacker Jarrad Davis jumps offsides late in 14-13 loss to Buffalo. One of those endings that just feels right. Last week: 23 Next: Minnesota [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]26. Tampa Bay (5-9) Quarterback Jameis Winston says he’s “fighting” for the return of coach Dirk Koetter. If I’m Koetter, I’m fighting to return without Winston. Last week: 22  Next: at Dallas 27. Cincinnati (6-8) If Marvin Lewis can win even one more game with scattershot Jake Driskel at quarterback, he may find his way back to the Bengals for another season after all. Last week: 26  Next: at Cleveland 28. 49ers (4-10) There are 135 million reasons why Jimmy Garoppolo is the 49ers starting quarterback next season, no matter how well Nick Mullens plays. And he’s played very well. Last week: 30  Next: Chicago 29. Jacksonville (4-10) Blake Bortles somehow looks even worse when he doesn’t play than when he does. Cody Kessler was downright awful against Washington, but Doug Marrone never made a move. Last week: 25 Next: at Miami 30. N.Y. Jets (4-10) Realize it won’t happen, but am really hoping Urban Meyer resurfaces as head coach of the Jets if only because of all the mandatory media sessions required. Last week: 29  Next: Green Bay 31. Raiders (3-11) Tight end Lee Smith has touchdowns in each of his last three games. Over the same span, that ties him with Travis Kelce and is three more than Zach Ertz. Maybe Gruden will start flexing him. Last week: 27  Next: Denver 32. Arizona (3-11) Cardinals have been outscored by 96 points, out-gained 4,989 to 3,404 are down nearly seven minutes per game in time of possession and have a minus-12 turnover margin. Sounds like the No. 1 pick to me. Last week: 32  Next: L.A. Rams Like our San Francisco 49ers Facebook page for more 49ers news, commentary and conversation.
19 Dec 18
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19 Dec 18
NFL Football news24

Assessing the degree of concern for six flawed contenders, from the Rams to the Steelers Here

19 Dec 18
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19 Dec 18
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19 Dec 18
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19 Dec 18
Musings

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19 Dec 18
Platform38

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